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there. we do have lane restrictions, moving away from the schuylkill expressway. also watching an accident, this one is out in horsham, on horsham road. >> now, to a developing story, protesters were out all night, upset about the election. this bon fire was set in the middle of a street in oakland. a large crowd temporarily blocked travel along a california freeway. take a look showing similar protests all across the country. large crowds marched in new york, washington, d.c., chicago and at least nine other places. protesters also took to the streets in philadelphia and will do it again tonight. nbc10's matt delucia has more on that. >> reporter: vai and tracy, there were several protests here, we heard a lot of
anti-trump chants. this is what we saw while the demonstrations were going on last evening. the one here at center city moved on foots with a march up north broad street up to the campus. everything hundred people involved in that march. there was another demonstration on penn's campus. philadelphia police telling us there were about 500 peaceful protesters there. no arrests, no incidents, according to police. and over at a church at rittenhouse square, not far from where we are, there was a prayer service focused on unity after a divisive election. >> we prayed for one another, we prayed for philadelphians, we prayed for president-elect trump. >> i'm concerned about physical violence. >> reporter: again, philadelphia police tell us there were no violent incidents, no arrests there. while we did see some support for democrat hillary clinton,
some of the folks they're talking about were saying even she is not the answer they were looking for. there are more rallies planned like the ones we saw last night. those are planned for the next couple of days. matt delucia, "nbc10 news." meanwhile, president-elect donald trump will have a busy day in washington. at 11:00 this morning, mr. trump will be meeting with president obama in the oval office. and an hour and a half later, he's meeting with house speaker paul ryan. this is the first step in the office for president trump. president obama called mr. trump yesterday. after winning the election, mr. trump pledged to binds the country's wounds of division. he said he wants the government to serve all americans. >> every single american will have the opportunity to realize his or her fullest potential. the forgotten men and women of
our country will be forgotten no longer. >> hours later, president obama pledged full cooperation of his government to assure a smooth transition of power. >> the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. and over the next few months, we are going to show that to the world. >> the meeting in the oval office this morning will also include both mrs. obama and mrs. trump. nbc10 has you covered today, jim rosenfield has been dispatched to cover the meeting. transition offices for president-elect trump just opened blocks away from the white house. that's where the transitionhold. potential picks, rudy giuliani for attorney general, former house speaker newt gingrich for
secretary of state. and rnc chair reince priebus for chief of staff. at the head of the team is new jersey governor chris christie. this probably means an early exit from the governor's office for chris christie. yesterday, he was asked if he would confirm or deny working in washington. christie avoided the question. >> listen, there are dozens and dozens of names in play, brian, and those decisions will be made by the president-elect and the vice president-elect. we'll have a large transition meeting today. >> and on the "today" show after "nbc 10 news today," governor christie will be live in the studio to talk with matt and savannah. the breaking news we're following just outside of pittsburgh, two police officers have been shot in a small town of canonsburg.
we're working to learn the conditions the officers. s.w.a.t. team is on scene. we don't know if any arrests were made. funeral services are happening for harold hairsten, we learned his death last week. he retired in 2004, family, friends are gathering for a funeral. new covenant church in germantown. three buildings built along philadelphia's jewelers row. neighbors have been stopping to fight the project and preserve the properties. last month, the commit gave approval for the properties to get historic designation. today, the commission will vote. 58 men and women are joining
the police force in camden county. after the ceremony, no down time for the officers. they're heading right out into camden city neighborhoods to get work. the atlantic city police officer shot in the head is out of rehab and back home this morning. take a look at these pictures of officer josh videlle leaving the hospital. dozens greeted him as he came out eventually walking without his wheelchair. and this is video of the officer leaving the hospital to go to rehab only seven weeks r ago. he was shot in the head and responded to a rally on september 3rd. two men are charged with attempted murder in that shooting. well, just call it healthy eating 101. >> ahead, see how one school in haverford is taking school lunches to the next level. this is one we want to you weigh
in on. also, changes ahead. donald trump ran on the campaign to upsend washington and several other initiatives as well. we'll take a look at what's at stake both at home and overseas. the wind is blowing and that is pushing the clouds out of here. neighborhood forecast just ahead. >> announcer: this portion of "nbc10 news" sponsored by morgan & morgan, for the people.
good morning, everyone, jessica boyington with a quick check on the roads. we're watching 95. our cameras on academy road look okay. no big problems or delays on the vine street expressway. a 13-minute trip. out in horsham, there's an accident reported on horsham road and norristown road. still in the green you can see from the map there. eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. a nine-minute trip.
speeds still up in the 60s. more updates when i come back in the next ten minutes. >> announcer: now your nbc10 "first alert" weather. 20 minutes before 5:00. the temperatures have been cooling down as the clouds move out. calm right now in philadelphia. and 43 degrees. the sun is going to be up at 8:00. the temperatures will be just a little bit lower at that time. as the clouds move out the temperatures will be falling over the next few hours. but then they turn around pretty quickly. a nice warmup into the low 50s at lunchtime. and middle 50s at 2:00. but we could see the temperatures peak between 2:00 and 4:00, near 60 degrees. suburbs, plenty of sunshine, too. 41 degrees right now. we'll be in the 40s for most of the morning and then in the 50s for the afternoon. lehigh valley, the rain is done. the clouds have completely moved out. a nice northerly wind at 12 miles an hour. that's bringing the temperatures down for now. 42 for now, 30s by 8:00.
it will be in the 40s and into the 50s for this afternoon. for new jersey, bright sunshine will be with you all day long. once the sun comes up, the temperature will start its climb. upper 40s at lunchtime 52 degrees. the wind won't be terribly strong at 8 miles an hour. just enough to keep us clear and dry, dry area continuing to move into the area. a few lingering scattered clouds. from 50s to 10:00 this morning. middle up toer eupper 50s for t afternoon. low 40s at 8:00. but then the temperatures warm up quickly. a little breeze out of the northwest around 2:00. other than that we're looking at a beautiful fall day. changes for the weekend. come back with the ten day on ten in less than ten minutes.
philadelphia are investigating police with a political message. >> why did they destroy my property for? now i have to get that painted. that's terrible. >> we'll see what happened to people living in queen village. also, investigating an inferno. we brought you a huge fire, breaking news yesterday morning. up next, we'll update you on a search for a car.
trump's victory almost ensures a more conservative nominee. president obama's affordable care act brought changes to the country's health system. the republicans were against it. president-elect trump has vowed to repeal or replace it. we've heard a lot about pr president-elect trump's plans to build a wall along the border. during his chain, president-elect trump proposed banning muslims from coming into the country as a way to keep out terrorists. nbc news reports this is too popular and congressional republicans have not endorsed the idea. and finally, president-elect trump has vowed to dismantle the iran nuclear deal that the obama administration brokered in 2014. the deal imposes limits on the nuclear program in change do for lifting international sanctions. a muslim american gold star father who entered the
international spotlight in the presidential campaign said he is disappointed with the election results but he adds, it's time to move forward. kazir khan's son was killed. >> anything as a grateful citizen of this country, when already you see that your values, the values of this country are being challenged, it's an obligation of all of us, regardless of our affiliation to stand up and be counted. >> klan is calling on president-elect donald trump to bring the nation together following the divisive campaign. 4:46. neighbors in philadelphia's queen village are frustrated with the person who spray painted the words "trump" and "trump rules" on homes and cars.
a white suv was marked. so were the homes. surveillance video caught some images. neighbors don't know the guy but they have a costly cleanup. >> why did they destroy my property for? now i have to get that painted. that's terrible. >> philadelphia police are investigating. we continue to follow breaking news just outside of pittsburgh. two police officers have been shot while responding to a call in the small town of cannonsburg. reporters on scene are being told to stay back for their own safety. we're working to learn the conditions of the officers and whether any arrests have been made. well, when you think of school lunch you probably think of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or the mystery meat. >> they wanted to change all of that even if it meant spending a
little more money. there's no longer an in-house lunch program. instead, the parents called in a cater. the goal, to serve healthier items to their kids. some items you might be interested in organic tofu, rice pilaf and organic muffins. >> we are getting a lot more back from our parents. >> right now one in five students at the school has signed up for the program. as for the cost, each meal is roughly six bucks compared to half of that at many other school lunch programs. we'll have more in the next half hour. and parents, we want you to join the conversation, would you pay more money so your kids could eat healthier foods in schools. reach out to us, the address is right there. >> let's check in with jessica boyington who has got her eyes
on the camera there. >> right. we actually saw them close it down for that ongoing construction project maybe one time in the last two weeks, especially with the septa strike that was under way. right now, we're open, good to go there. you can see around 24th street. these are the westbound lanes there. moving towards the westbound schuylkill expressway. also watching towards 95, no big problems there. there's an accident in horsham on horsham road and norristown road. and the schuylkill expressway. in the green, you can see that here. drive times westbound and eastbound, 13 minutes at the most from the blue route. and new jersey road route 38 in new jersey, right around nixon drive. no cars on the road at this point, vai and tracy. >> it is cooler today than yesterday. just know that we don't have rain today. it's dried up a little bit. let's find out what's ahead. bill henley is watching the weather. >> you can leave your umbrella at home, the wind is blowing, a
northwesterly wind, helping to clear things out and to dry us out this morning. grab your sunglasses, we'll see bright sunshine today. and a typically mild afternoon with temperatures near 60 degrees this afternoon. sunshine during the day, clear skies will make for a chilly evening. this evening, the temperatures will drop into the 40s. a little bit of a brees will still be around to make it feel cooler. right now, we're looking at 40s for most spots. one spot in pottstown, 39 degrees, there are parts of interior new jersey. lumberton at 39 degrees. medford right there as well and in the low 40s, not a lot warmer than that. we'll see plenty of sunshine. look how nice and clear it is. the last few thinning clouds along the coast. the northwest winds pushing the clouds outside of here. we have sunshine, not just
today, but low systems lining up for what will be dry right through the weekend. but the weekend, we'll see the temperatures come down in a hurry on saturday. instead of being near 60 like today. look at the 40s and 50s for high temperatures. 46 degrees the high temperature in the lehigh valley. and very low 50s for philadelphia, new jersey at the shore and delaware. warmer on sunday. both mornings will be cold. a nice warmup with plenty of sunshine. mild weather will continue next wreak. there's your cooldown, morning temperatures in the 30s saturday morning again sunday morning. big rebound sunday afternoon. 61 degrees. and a chance of showers stays out of the 60 for monday and tuesday. but late tuesday, clouds will be building so we could see some showers move in late tuesday into wednesday. we'll be watching that and expect to see changes there. then 60s to follow with another round of showers next saturday. >> thank you, bill.
today, crews will return to upstate new york to cut down the christmas tree that will grace new york's rockefeller center during the holiday season. the 94-foot spruce will be loaded on to a flatbed truck for the 140-mile trip to manhattan. it will arrive on saturday and be decorated with 55,000 lights. you'll see the annual tree lights right here on nbc10. shot on his way home. >> this morning, a teenager in northeast philadelphia is fighting for this life. coming up all new at 5:00, we're following that investigation. also, what's in a number. we get some wisdom from a woman a remarkable 108 years. and eight minutes before 5:00, we are live on the scene where police tell us two police officers have been shot outside of pittsburgh. s.w.a.t. team is on scene. we're getting new information and new pictures from the scene. that's coming up.
open more updates for you. i'll check in with the new jersey roads when i come back at 5:00. thank you, jessica, educators on the clock. they'll gather in atlantic city to start their an equal convention. it will host more than 35,000 members of the new jersey education association. convention runs today and tomorrow. and it is expected to bring in close to $10 million for the
local economy. ahead in just minutes, hear about the state takeover of the financially strapped city. now, we have an update that we first brought you as breaking news yesterday morning. investigators want to know if someone intentionally set this massive fire near wilmington. the fire engulfed five buildings. the project was scheduled to become condos. >> i've activated the wilmington task force which brings out the fire marshals. we're not going to say but we are investigating all leads and pursuing avenues. >> it could take days to actually put out the hot spots. four minutes before 5:00, the eagles are back home and looking for a win. >> it's been a while. two straight divisional losses on the road. the birds were practicing at the overcare facility yesterday.
we spoke to carson wentz who told us the eagles need to do their job and win. >> we're all around here kind of sick to our stomach with all of these close games. talked about it after the game with you guys, it's frustrating. we're tired of learning these thing we've got to execute. now we got to do the job and actually show that we have learned something. >> the eagles take on the falcons. the birds they have lost a game the linc this year. the eagles game day kickoff starts at 9:30. that's a pretty amazing story. you're only as old as you feel. yesterday, one woman in chester celebrating her 108th birthday showed us that she still has the spunk. >> everybody says, what's your secret? i don't have a secret. >> really? but marion ross did tell us
never drinking or smoking has helped her keep healthy for more than a century. she said she never thought she'd live so long. >> i didn't try do do this. i mean, it just happened. i never tried to be 100. now, i have to try to be along for the next year. >> that's a worthy goal. >> she has such a sense of humor. i love that. marion said her favorite activity these days is painting which means she's staying creative. >> and bill henley from the side said her life has spanned two world cup series for the chicago cubs. she was alive for both. that's amazing. for more of the stories we're following right now at "nbc10 news" at 5:00 a.m. >> election protests on "nbc 10 news today," unrest erupts at least a dozen cities nationwide including here in philadelphia.
teenager shot. this morning an 18-year-old is in critical condition after a shooting in northeast philadelphia. we're live in austin circle. atlantic city takeover. we'll tell you about the vote that is giving the state of new jersey control over the city's struggling finances. >> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. just about 5:00. good morning, welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm vai sikahema. 40s in most places. a few places in the 30s. let's get to nbc10's "first alert" neighborhood forecast. bill. >> at this point, temperatures are cooling down. delaware, at 38 degrees. and low 40s in the lehigh valley. that number in delaware will see lots of sunshine. 6:00, 40 degrees. 9:00, 50. it will warm up significantly. 41 degrees in philadelphia right now. 59 degrees this afternoon.
and close to 60 degrees for the suburbs and delaware. for the lehigh valley, 56 degrees this afternoon. while new jersey will warm to 58 degrees right at the shore. we'll also see a nice mild afternoon with partly to mostly sunny skies. 58 this afternoon. i'll walk you through it hour by hour when i come back in less than ten minutes but first jessica boyington has an update from the "first alert" traffic center. >> we are starting along 295, right near route 130. no problems or delays right now. a 23-minute drive time headed southbound from the freeway moving towards the delaware memorial bridge. you'll see no delays right now. there's also an accident out in horsham on horsham road and norristown road. 202 looks great. you can see you are green still. no problems or delays yet. ten minutes right now, northbound from 32 to the schuylkill expressway. also watching 78, this is right around lehigh street to lehigh valley. both directions look jus