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this afternoon. 76 degrees for new jersey up to 75 for delaware. i'll have the neighborhood forecast, break it down hour by hour, when i'm back in ten minutes. first, jessica boyington and traffic. >> right. we've started on the schuylkill expressway, a construction project eastbound. looking at cameras around 30th street. you see part of the closure here. it is closed in between the vine street expressway and about south street on that eastbound side. this is westbound. westbound is completely open now. so the eastbound side is what we're worried about. about another hour or so until that clears. ought watching 20 -- also watching 202, for the most part, ten-minute drive times from 30 to the schuylkill. speeds in the 60s. and mass transit, everything on time or close to schedule, no delays. the first trains out the door, amtrak, septa, new jersey transit, and patco all on time. back to you. >> jessica boyington, thank you. in philadelphia, a man and woman are dead after they were found shot in a car. both were shot in the head.
police say this appears to be a murder/suicide. nbc at amber and venango streets in the kensington neighborhood. police found the gun in the man's hand. investigators say the couple lived in the neighborhood and had a history of domestic violence. this morning, inspectors are checking out a vacant row home in philadelphia that collapsed last night. no injuries reported. the house on west fisher gave way just after 10:00 last night. the adjoining homes appear to be okay. licensers and inspectors are looking for existing problems. minutes of fear followed by instant relief. we're hearing from the family of a camden county police officer now recovering from a shooting that could have killed him. >> crying, just crying. and i couldn't calm myself down. >> that's the aunt of officer patrick on, ha o'hanlon, who co leave the hospital today. the attorney general is scheduled to visit.
o'hanlon's family is thanking fellow officers in camden. he was shot while wrestling a gun from an armed suspect. here's how o'hanlon's family responded after she was told he was shot in the face. >> my jaw dropped. he tried to kill him. you can't argue that, when you hear he tried to shoot him in the face. >> other officers applied a tourniquet to the officer's leg and arrested the suspect. decision 2017. the candidates for new jersey governor are making a final push for votes with the election now days away. democrat phil murphy and republican kim guadagno will be criss-crossing the state in the next few days. matt delucia joins us live from gloucester county. both candidates have a lot planned before tuesday's election. >> reporter: absolutely. to succeed outgoing governor chris christie. and those candidates will be making their way across the
state of new jersey over the next few days, trying to convince those last few voters to get out and vote and vote for them. republican kim guadagno is going to be here at the harrison house diner in mullica hill tomorrow afternoon. she's scheduled to make a stop here. she's also scheduled to make several more stops in south jersey including stops in burlington, salem, atlantic, and cape may counties. the only scheduled stop in our area for democrat phil murphy will be in trenton on monday evening right before election day. most of his other stops are in north jersey. this will be the last chance to sway voters in the hopes to replace outgoing governor chris christie. for many of those not voting along party lines, it's really going to come down, of course, to the issues. we'll break them down coming up when i see you again at 4:30. live in mullica hill, matt delucia, nbc10 news. >> thank you. among the races, voters will decide on tuesday the contest for district attorney.
the race pitts republican beth grossman against democrat larry krasner for the seat once held by seth williams, now serving time in prison for corruption and bribery. debate is just beginning on the republican tax bill unveiled yesterday. it cuts the corporate tax rate and eliminates the state tax. how it affects your wallet could depend where you live. the bill will affect every american family by doubling the standard deduction, increasing the child tax credit, and preserving 401(k) retirement savings plans. but the proposal would also end deductions that many families rely on for medical expenses, student loans, and state and local taxes. the high tax state of new jersey is closely monitoring changes will. people who live in new jersey depend on being able to deduct their state property and income tax. also not being able to itemize medical expenses to bring down federal taxable income could have a huge impact on older people. >> in a nursing home, they're not going to be able to deduct it. they'll be paying tax that
they're currently not paying. >> if you call new jersey home and have a home here, you're getting screwed. this is terrible. >> under the proposed plan you would still be able to deduct property taxes but only up to $10,000. gop leaders on capitol hill talked about the benefits of their proposed changes. >> we are getting rid of loopholes for special interests, and we're leveling the playing field. >> there's relief for american workers, and there's tax relief for hard-working job creators. >> over 90% of americans will be able to fill out their taxes on a postcard. >> this would be the biggest tax code overhaul in 30 years. you can log on to our free app to get a break down on how this tax plan would impact you and your family. mayor kenney says philadelphia wants its schools back, and it seems there's no lack of support. check out the response when he demanded the vote to disband the
school board. [ applause ] city council chamber erupted in cheers as mayor kenney demanded local control of philadelphia schools. he said now's the time after a contentious 16 years. mayor kenney want the city to have its own nine-person school board that he will appoint. he says the biggest benefit for the community is accountability. parents we spoke with agree. >> again and again we've told the people of philadelphia that the state of their schools are someone else's responsibility. that ends today. [ applause ] >> an opportunity for parents, teachers, and true community machines to have a voice in our local school board unlike at the src. >> while the community widely embraces the move, we heard from parents who fear the school board will not represent the entire community. those members will not have to be representative of any district or geographical region. the src will vote on the future in two weeks. 4:06 and 57 degrees outside.
the take-a-knee debate took center stage last night in a town hall meeting. the panel discussed the recent controversy in the nfl and what happens when activism meets patrioti patriotism. as you know, colin kaepernick started the protest, and now more players have joined. players say it's patronic. supporters say it's shedding light on the issue. and more cities inducted to the -- more inductees in the sports hall of fame. >> we tip our hats. ron jawarski helped the birds get to the super bowl in 1980s. another chemical, randall cunningham, was deducted along with phillies catcher bob kerr.
yesterday the team introduced gabe kapler. the 42-year-old played in the majors for more than a decade. recently he served as the director of player development for the dodgers. here's kapler on what's next for the phils. >> what there isn't to be excited about. are we perfect? absolutely not. do we have holes to fill, of course. is there a ton to get fired up about? i mean, that's why matt and i are sitting together and will be smiling a lot. >> and we hope those smiles transfer to the fans. at 42, kapler is one of the youngest managers in major league baseball. and if you're looking for something to do this weekend, philadelphia has no shortage of events to keep you busy. >> true. citizens bank park, the american heart association's annual heart walk steps off at 8:00 a.m. nbc10's jacqueline london will return as emcee. nationwide the walk raises $72 million for heart research and
education. philadelphia will honor the men and women who defend on freedom on sunday with a veterans affairs day parade in center city starting at 12:30. the route begins at jfk and north 16th and continues around city hall and ends at north 5th and market with a veterans festival. the eagles will continue their tradition of honoring men and women in uniform. as part of the nfl's salute to service. the u.s. army band chorus will sing the national anthem as a flag is unfurled by members of all branches before the game. eagles' players malcolm jenkins and chris long are part of a psa on why the nfl's initiative is so important. >> i reflect on my grandfather, knowing i get to live my dream because somebody else is fighting for that. >> you can find out more on the eagles' salute to service when you check out nbc10's "game day kickoff," 9:30 on sunday morning.
coming up on 4:10. this is what we're starting with in many neighborhoods. thick fog, harleysville, the fog has thickened. it will take hours to clear. quakertown, bluebell, seeing thicker fog. trenton, zero visibility, also northeast philadelphia and wilmington. into central and south jersey. you can see millville is seeing some of the thick fog along with atlantic city. more widespread this morning than yesterday. warm, moist air is continuing to push into the area as the temperatures come down. now we're seeing fog in south jersey and 51 degrees. where it's warmer this morning, the lehigh valley and the suburbs. largely fog free in some of the suburbs. in west callen township, uclyn, upper 50s. the cooler ones, collegeville, bedminster, new hope, count on seeing fog this morning to start with. it's not going to be around all
day. we'll see it clear during the morning hours. we'll see a lot of sunshine with another big warmup this afternoon. well in the 70s yesterday. we're on track for that later today. but i am watching a long of showers, that's a cold front. it will take clouds, temperatures down for the weekend, too. and as these clouds approach this afternoon, we might see some isolated showers. i'm not expecting some widespread rainfall. it will be dry at 9:00 this morning. 61 degrees, that's the normal high temperature. 65 in cape may. fog will be out of here this afternoon. you see the clouds moving in at noontime from the cold front to the northwest. the chance of showers will be minimal. you see isolated showers popping up at 5:00. most neighborhoods will stay dry, into the 70s. once those clouds clear out, the cooler air starts moving in just in time for the weekend. how cool? i'll have the weekend forecast when i'm back in less than ten minutes. >> thank you. 4:11 a.m. on this friday.
we love friday. >> we do. we've got to get you to work. if this is about the time you head out, it's usually quiet. let's check for sure. jessica boyington has that. quiet in terms of the fact that there's not any accidents. we will see a delay or a detour if you're moving through center city to where the schuylkill expressway on the eastbound side is currently closed. you see the police activity shining at least a light at the bottom of the screen. this is the eastbound schuylkill, closed in between this point around the vine headed to south street. this is where they're diverting traffic off here headed to the vine street expressway. you won't be able to get by at least for the next hour or so, maybe 45 minutes. we're also in jersey watching some construction. route 73 blocked between fleming pike and albertson road. there's construction there that is dealing with -- affecting both directions right now. we'll see some lanes blocked there for a little bit. usually overnight construction will clear before the 5:00 or around the 6:00 mark. i'll keep my eyes on that, too, just to make sure. also watching 422. here's the eastbound side from
29 to the schuylkill. speeds into the 60s there. an eight-minute trip. >> thank you. fire failure. millions of extinguishers being recalled. how it played a role in a local man's death and what's being done to fix it. turning back the clock. what you can do to make the transition easier as we get ready for the weekend time change. lining up, the new iphone x goes on sale today. people are eagerly waiting to get their hands on it. the growing excitement and new feature turning heads.
back in june. a suspect leading police on a chase in jersey city crashed into a pole and started a fire. flames engulfed the driver of a nearby vehicle who got out of his car. moments later four officers started kicking and dragging that driver in the apparent belief that he was the suspect they had been chasing. police took the four officers off active patrol. if you've ever taken a close look at your fire extinguisher, now is the time to check it. >> kidda extinguishers is recalling nearly 40 million after a death in our area. they have plastic handles or push buttons. hundreds of people have reported failing fire extinguishers. the only deaths happened in chester county. a young man crashed his car in east whiteland township in 2014. the car caught fire. when first responders tried to put out the flames, the kidde extinguishers did not work. >> the new extinguisher will have a metal handle. those problems, our scientists and staff believe, have been addressed in this new design.
>> the company is offering free replacements. go to nbc10.com or tap our app for recall information and how to get a new extinguisher. a university student who desperately needed a kidney transplant has had his prayers answered. kevin brider giving a thumbs up following his surgery at penn yesterday. we followed kevin's story since he was a young child. he got his first kidney transplant 17 years ago from his dad. kevin went into kidney failure last year. this summer, lasalle put out a plea after kevin's mother learned that she wasn't a match. someone answered the call and came forward. daylight saving time ends this weekend. you may be excited about getting in that extra hour of sleep sunday morning. >> who's excited? i'm excited. so it can be difficult, though, even though we say, great, one more hour of sleep. experts say most people get less sleep during the change.
dr. carl degromgee, director of sleep disorders center at jefferson hospital, suggests cutting back on caffeine after lunch. stay away from food, alcohol, or water four hours before bedtime, and try doing something relaxing before bed. when you hit the sack, turn down the lights. when you wake up in the morning, turn on as much light as possible to help get adjusted. >> if you follow some of these sleep hygiene tactics, you'll help your body adapt more rapidly. you may find that you're sleeping better at night. you'll sleep more continuously, wake up less, hopefully. wake up feeling a bit more refreshed in the morning and hopefully not be as tired or sleepy during the day or at least if you are tired and sleepy, it will only last for a couple days as opposed to lasting a week or longer. >> if you're still tired come monday, the doctor recommends taking a quick nap. >> yeah. >> if you can. >> we're all for -- you're the only one of the four of us who doesn't nap, right? you follow all the other rules. >> yeah. and i use a light box when i get up to trick my body that it's
daylight out when it's really 1:30 in the morning. >> the mental things don't work for me. i'm immediately in a bad mood. when i wake up, i know it's early no matter what happens. >> no tricking you. >> no. let me show what's happening with the weather. another day of daylight saving time today. but one more -- back to standard time, back to changes for the weekend. right now, cape may, watching for some fog this morning. the thick fashion, not happening in cape may, but many neighborhoods in new jersey and into pennsylvania. and delaware, too, seeing that fog once again. returning this morning. delaware reporting thick fog at 54 degrees. south jersey's 57 degrees. where the temperatures are warmer, the lehigh valley, in philadelphia, in most neighborhoods in philadelphia, the fog is not happening. northeast philly is looking at some thick fog, too. 52 now in lumberton. mullica hill, 53. the cooler numbers are where you're likely to find the fog this morning. 49 in princeton.
fog will be starting the neighborhoods off. and then it's sunshine that will warm us from the 40s, the 50s, the 60s, through the 60s and into the 70s this afternoon. another big warmup. the moisture level will stay lower as the temperature climbs. the fog will disappear. and we'll get a nice -- nice round of sunshine before the chance of some scattered, light showers moves in. this will clear the area. it moves through. and then we'll be clearing for at least the first half of the weekend. it looks like it's going to be dry during the day on saturday. come sunday morning, we could see some showers in the area. this is 6:00 sunday morning. the showers north and west. the showers even more impressive in central pennsylvania. but even at the 8:30 hour, we'll see showers moving through and into philadelphia. that's by 11:30 sunday morning. by sunday afternoon, just an isolated shower is possible with mostly cloudy skies for sunday. the weekend is looking a lot different than what it will be today. instead of the 70s, temperatures
near 60 degrees for saturday. we'll see sunshine fade during the day as the clouds move in. leading to the chance of showers on sunday. it will be warmer on sunday. that's day one of a warmup that will continue into at least part of the workweek. we'll look at that with the ten day on 10 in the next half hour. >> thank you. 4:21. let's get you to work. >> jessica boyington looking at 76 and 676, closed eastbound? >> iright. -ing through center city will be difficult. eastbound approaching the vine and from that point headed to about south street. still closed this morning. you can see police activity down there. they'll divert everybody to the vine. this will last until 5:00. if you typically take the schuylkill around this time, you will pass through. you have been passing through for the last several days or so. also watching new jersey, the 42 freeway, a five-minute trip on the northbound side from 55 to the walt whitman bridge.
speeds there still up. and hammondton at 73, watch for construction between the pike and albertson road. waiting for love. how long you will now have to wait before seeing philadelphia's iconic statue again. and iphone mania. apple's latest creation goes on sale today. people are up early to try and land one. people in line are talking to us this morning. and a taste of healthy eating. the new initiative will help local kids make smarter food choices and prevent disease. and slamming gossip magazines. all new at 5:00 a.m., an actress is putting rumors to bed while calling out the culture of plastic surgery shaming. nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney.
he stood up to north jersey special interests to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share.
techets -- it is the day techies have been waiting for for a long time. it is easy to see that some people are very anxious to get their hands on them. making a three-day weekend of it. this is the apple store at walnut street in center city. they've got a line already to buy $1,000 phone. some of these people have been waiting since yesterday afternoon. there's so much demand, there are concerns there won't be enough to last through the holiday season. when preorders opened on line a week ago, they sold out in 20 minutes. then there's this -- for people who didn't want to wait in line but still wanted that phone today, they sent a willing surrogate. >> do you do this every time an iphone comes out? >> absolutely not. this is for my boss. i'm getting the phone. mick, if you're watching, you should be here next time. a great opportunity to meet new people. $1,000 is pretty expensive for a
phone. to be honest, i don't know why these people are out here. >> let me get this straight -- he's doing this for his boss? wow, a good way to get in good with the boss. we heard features that people are excited about -- namely the edge-to-edge screen and 3d phase recognition technology. we would -- face recognition technology. we would love to know if you're buying one. i asked this on my twitter feed. our handles are on the bottom of the screen. will you be rushing to get the new iphone? >> not at $1,000. actor sexukevin spacey facew allegations of misconduct. co-workers said he made the set of the series a toxic environment. netflix has shut down production of "house of cards" indefinitely. we're waiting to see what that means for season six. netflix had decided to end the
show after this season, prior to the allegations against spacey. and famous names among the millions of voters that russia apparently tried to influence during the 2016 campaign. analysis found influential people like ivanka trump, sara silverman, and msnbc's chris hayes unknowingly shared social media posts backed by russia. facebook admitted that 150 million americans may have been exposed to russian posts. the ads targeted voters by zip code, interest and background. the new details came an senators grilled tech executives yesterday. >> do you believe that any of your companies have identified the full scope of russia measures on your platform? >> our investigation continues, so i would have to say no. >> we built tools to help people connect and bring us together. they used them to try to undermine our values. what they did is wrong, and we are not going to stand for it.
>> facebook ceo mark zuckerberg told investors he would not put profits over people. new details on the terror attack in manhattan. this morning, what isis leaders are saying. plus, how new york city is standing together to remember the victims. their message of uniti. joseph, i'm steve. how are you? nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome.
lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
standing strong. new yorkers honor those killed in the terror attack by marching the same path where victims were mowed down. the race for new jersey governor heats one days to go before the election. we break down where each candidate stands on the biggest issues. leaving a mark. who made trump's twitter page disappear