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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 temporarily.
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a busy friday morning, 4:30. good morning, this is "nbc10 news today" first look at 4. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. we'll see how your friday gets started weatherwise. we'll turn to meteorologist bill henley with the first alert forecast. another warm one this morning. easton this morning is in the 60s. we're not seeing fog in easton. it is fog-free with the warmer temperatures. allentown and reading good visibility, completely -- different story closer to the city. allentown, trenton, northeast philadelphia, wilmington, allentown, new jersey, i mentioned that's where we're seeing thick fog. wrightstown, zero visibility. and dense fog now in atlantic city and wildwood, as well. it's going to be slow going in a lot of spots. just like yesterday, the fog will disappear. like yesterday, temperatures are unusually mild. instead of 30s and 40s, we're in the low to upper 50s right now. there's that 61 degrees in the
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lehigh valley. philadelphia, 57 degrees to start with. it will warm into the 70s again this afternoon. a beautiful warmup today. i'll show you how quickly that's going to happen when i come back in ten minutes. first jessica boyington has the first alert traffic. right. and bill, starting on the schuylkill expressway, we're around the vine street expressway. moving through center city. we have that eastbound side shut down right now. so from the vine street expressway just in this general area here, headed to south street, still closed this morning. and we will be for the next half hour or so. there's the construction project there. we're also watching 95. a 12-minute trip southbound on 95 from woodhaven to the vine street expressway. speeds into the 60s, too. we'll end here on the admiral wilson boulevard. here's the ben franklin toll plaza in the lit-up area. moving to philadelphia, no problems over the ben. now to breaking news we're following this morning. one person is dead and two others hurt including a
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12-year-old boy after a shooting at a starbucks in chicago. a masked gunman opened fire in the copy shop, then -- the coffee shop, then took off running. it was a drug deal gone bad. the boy and third victim are in critical condition at the hospital. decision 2017. with time ticking down to the election, the candidates for new jersey governor are out in force to try and land your vote. republican kim guadagno and democrat phil murphy will make their case for where they should lead the state. matt delucia joins us live from mullica hill, gloucester county, with what to know before heading to the polls. matt? >> reporter: right. this is the time to convince the last few voters to vote and vote their way. kim guadagno stopping here at the diner tomorrow afternoon, and she will be making other stops, as well. her bus tour this weekend is called main street, not wall street.
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it's a jab at her challenger, democrat phil murphy, a former executive of goldman sachs. guadagno is outgoing governor chris christie's lieutenant governor. some of the issues they're trying to sway voters with include property taxes, education, and immigration. she's tried to win over voters after murphy said in a debate that he'd consider making new jersey a sanctuary state for some undocumented immigrants. as of now, democrat phil murphy is leading in the polls. anything can change before tuesday. the big question is who is succeed outgoing governor chris christie. these candidates will be out this weekend trying to win. i'm live in mullica hill, nbc10 news. >> thank you. we're used to seeing president trump on twitter nearly all the time. for more than ten minutes last night his @realdonaldtrump
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disappe disappeared shortly before 7:00 last night. it's now running. twitter has figured out that somebody at their company took down the president's page. the company reveals it was an employee who did it on the person's last day on the job. twitter is conducting a full internal review. president trump leaves this morning on his first official visit to asia. this is video from a previous trip. today he'll stop in hawaii on the way to visit pearl harbor and will continue on a ten-day, five-country tour that will take him to japan, china, south korea, vietnam, and the philippines. his top focus is the north korean nuclear threat. he will also talk about strengthening partnerships in the region. 4:35. isis is calling the suspect in the deadly truck attack in manhattan one of its soldiers. police say saipov drove his speeding truck on to a bike
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path, killing eight and 12 others. isis claimed responsibility for the deadly rampage. so far the group has offered no evidence to support that claim. police shot saipov. he's under arrest facing federal terrorism charges. and last night, new yorkers honored the eight people killed by marching along the bike path where they died. some of the marchers carried candles. others pushed bicycles in a show of unity for the victims. you're looking at the eight people who lost their lives on the bike path on tuesday. they were very much in the thoughts and prayers of people who turned out for the march last night. ♪ >> very, very emotional. >> the solidarity of being in new york. i knew one of the people. a friend of my son's. >> the memorial march took hours after the city started installing dozens of protective
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concrete barriers along the bike path. new york police are stepping up security ahead of new york's marathon. there's extra security at more than 50 intersections across the city. today the suspect in a deadly shooting at a walmart near denver is expected in court for the first time. police arrested the alleged gunman yesterday. he's accused of firing a handgun at random inside the store wednesday night. two men were killed at the scene. a woman died later in the hospital. 4:37. new in bucks county, police need your help to track down a man who tried to get a 10-year-old girl in his car as she walked home from school. happened along glen rose avenue in bristol yesterday afternoon. the man pulled up to the girl, told her to get in the car. she ran off. investigators are asking neighbors with surveillance cameras to look at footage from yesterday to see if they caught the driver. in the lehigh valley, police say a mother is responsible for the death of her 2-year-old son. they found the boy unresponsive wednesday in a bathtub full of water. the faucet still running.
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his mother, 32-year-old michelle wallace, was passed out on her couch in the apartment building. officers said the sound of running water from another room alerted them that something else was wrong. police tried to revive the little boy, but he was already dead. investigators found a spoon and a syringe when they searched the apartment yesterday. wallace is currently in the north hampton jail on half a million dollar bond. today in philadelphia, leaders are weighing bail reform. city council is holding a hearing on the proposed creation of a community bail fund that would post bail for people who cannot afford it. supporters of the plan want to get rid of the cash bail system, arguing that it is unfair for thousands of people who are locked up but have not yet been convicted of a crime. philadelphia kids are getting a taste of how to eat healthy. >> right. wawa and penn's diabetes center have teamed up to promote healthy eating. they launched a program called super nutrition for super kids at the police athletic league center yesterday. the goal is to teach children to
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make healthier food choices and hopefully prevent them from being diagnosed with diabetes. yesterday wawa also taught kids about healthy food options at their stores. and now kids can learn more about healthy eating and nutrition at centers throughout the city. jumping into action. a good samaritan puts himself in danger to try to stop a fight. what he did after noticing a man attacking his girlfriend that left him in critical condition. plus, honored on the field. a special tribute to a man who is rooting for both sides at the temple-navy football game. and silent killer. heart disease is the number-one cause of death for women and men in the united states. new at 5:00 a.m., a local woman sharts her story of survival -- shares her story of survival and the lifesaving signs to know. joseph, i'm steve. how are you?
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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
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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.
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good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with you checking the roads and checking on the schuylkill expressway. we're watching moving through center city now where we're still blocked on the eastbound side of the schuylkill from the vine street expressway headed to south street. now this has been an ongoing construction project where they're going to be diverting you off on the vine street expressway off ramp here. we're still watching this police activity there. it typically clears around 5:00. another 20 minutes or so. usually they get out of the way early. 14-minute drive time or 15 minutes southbound of the blue route from the schuylkill to 95. speeds into the 60s there. and bridges are okay. i'll end here. nice and clear over the burlington bristol bridge. i checked in with the tacony palmyra for any scheduled openings. not right now. we're clear over the walt and ben, too. skies are not exactly clear this morning. look at millville, new jersey. fog has thickened up this morning. we're seeing many neighborhoods with zero visibility.
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just like everybody, even if you start with fog, temperatures will climb, and fog will disappear this morning. 57 in philadelphia. a mild morning on the 3rd of november. 70 degrees currently the forecast for noontime. then we'll warm into the 70s this afternoon. the suburbs, you see some fog in the suburbs. light compared to yesterday. 57 degrees. we'll see bright sunshine this morning. near 70 degrees at noontime. then clouds will increase later today. so will the temperature, into the 70s this afternoon. the lehigh valley, 61 degrees. this is the warm spot this morning. not seeing the fog repeat in the lehigh valley. you will see those temperatures back in the 70s this afternoon. the warmup will repeat. also for new jersey, 55 degrees. right now this is where we're seeing some more widespread fog in new jersey. it's going to be slow to clear. some lingering fog first thing this morning. once that temperature climbs, even a little bit, we'll see the fog thin out. bright sunshine at lunchtime. a few scattered clouds later this afternoon. 70s for new jersey. and right up to 70 degrees at
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the shore. any fog around this morning at the shore will dissipate. now, atlantic city just inland is reporting some thick fog. and delaware, you've got some spots of fog, too, especially in northern delaware. in northern new castle county. 54 degrees now. once the temperature warms into the 60s, sunshine. look at that sunshine for 10:00. for noontime. then a few clouds moving in this afternoon. there's a slight chance of a sprinkle later in the day for a few neighborhoods in delaware. and a chance you might see umbrellas going up this weekend, too. a look at the weekend ahead. no love, why you will have to wait longer to see philadelphia's iconic statue back on the street. on the auction block, how a painting stolen from a south jersey home could turn one family into millionaires. (alex trebek) seasons change.
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violent domestic dispute. >> calvin williams of sicklerville was hitting his girlfriend at a bus stop in hamilton township yesterday. a man who witnessed the attack yelled at wiggins to stop and tried to intervene. >> he walked across the street to see if he could help. the guy sucker punched him. he went down like -- you could hear his head crack all the way over here. >> witnesses tell us wiggins stayed at the scene until police got there and took him into custody. the man who tried to help is right now in critical condition. time for a look at the headlines making news state by state and county by county. >> in delaware, a 2-year-old girl is in the hospital after getting hit by a police car in delaware. the girl was on a tricycle as a newark police officer came out on to the street near veterans lane and south main street. the toddler was conscious after the crash and airlifted to a hospital. the woman she was with was also taken to the hospital as a precaution. and this morning, a norman rockwell painting stolen from a cherry hill home in 1976 and returned this year is on the
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auction block. the painting called "lazy bones" or "taking a break" is expected to go for as much as $1.5 million during the online auction. right now the current bid is $700,000. >> you can bid. low enough. >> right. in delaware county, you can get a drive-thru flu shot. the shots will be given at the tin incumbent fire department starting at 10:00 a.m. the convenience can be particularly helpful for caregivers and people with small children. a camden county baseball stadium will soon become history. south jersey power broker george nor cross says campbell field will be demolish to make way for a new field for rutgers university. it opened in 2001 as the home of the camden river sharks, you'll remember, the minor league team. it folded two years ago. this weekend, magic and mermaids returns to the adventure aquarium in camden. look. mermaids will swim in the shark
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realm tank with sharks and other sea life. the mermaid experience begins and runs for a week. the mermaids from the aquarium got out of the water yesterday and visited cooper hospital, surprising patients and read to children in the pediatric unit. just about 4:50. you have to wait a little bit longer to see philadelphia's icon could love statue. -- iconic love statue. it will return next year. the city says the delay is needed to deal with previously unexpected changes. love park will be reopened for the holidays, though, with its christmas village later this month. get this -- when the statue does return, it will look a little bit different. the city found out the statue was originally painted red, green, and purple when it was installed in 1976, not the red, green, and blue that it has been for many years. the city is working with the original artist representative to make the proper rest recognition. ration -- restoration. it will look different. >> yeah. i guess things haven't looked that much different in 24 hours.
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we've dealt with fog yesterday at this time. >> bill still looking at fog. it got more intense yesterday. >> we'll probably see that again as temperatures cool down. no fog here. a clear view across the delaware in philadelphia. not everyone is seeing the fog. where it has formed, it's especially thick this morning. bluebell, one hi-mile visibilit. look at zero visibility for trenton, wrightstown. northeast philadelphia, improving now. we could see that come back down. zero visibility for wilmington and extending into south jersey, farther into south jersey. wildwood and atlantic city reporting zero visibility along with toms river this morning. a foggy start for many. also mild. 50s and 60s this morning. unusually warm. northeast philadelphia reporting dense fog at 55 degrees this morning. manayunk and andora at 57 and 60
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degrees in society hill. warm start whether you have fog or not. 8:00 at the bus stop, not bad for november. 60 in exton, atlantic city, 65 degrees. near 60 in philadelphia. a warm start and a warm afternoon. back into the 70s later today. clear skies other than the fog. radar and satellite shows high clouds north and west. mainly sunshine this morning. this afternoon, clouds and a slight chance of a shower from this system that's going to stay mainly north and west. late day sprinkles before it clears out heading into the weekend. the weekend is not going to be exactly clear. for today, partly sunny skies. 76 this afternoon. the cold front comes through later today. a slight chance of a shower. 40s in the morning, near 60 in the afternoon. a shower early sunday, turning the clocks back and dry for most of the day. 68 on sunday and warmer on
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monday. later in the day, a chance of showers and thunderstorms. another front comes through, 70s on monday, back to the 50s with some lingering showers. the potential for steadier rain on tuesday and wednesday before we dry out on thursday. lower, low 60s and staying in the 50s through next weekend. >> thanks. is it sad that i'm so excited about one hour of extra sleep over the weekend? 4:52. >> even 15 minutes is helpful for us. let's check in with jessica boyington who's looking at i-76 in new jersey. >> in gloucester city, our cameras around market street. so far, so good on the northbound side. that's the traffic that will be moving up toward philadelphia now right before the walt whitman bridge. going to 676, moving through camden. so far, so good here. southbound looks good. new jersey turnpike looks fine, same for 295.
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hammondton, there's construction, route 73 between fleming pike and albertson road. watch for lane restrictions. back to you. >> thank you. this reminder that nbc10 is heading back on the road. our morning team. we would love for you to come out and join the fun. next week we're in montgomery county. make plans to stop by the wawa at easton in horsham as we highlight the community. if you're from the community, let us know what we should be talking about to highlight your particular community m. a special tribute on the football field for a doctor ready to deploy. what he has to say about the emotional moments during the temple-navy football game. plus this -- ♪ [ cheers ] a strange sight. the stars of a popular tv series take over the "tonight show." nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney.
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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. why arit's because sweeney'sing been exposed as aeeney? double dipping pension padder. caught spending campaign money on lavish dinners and fine cigars for his pals. investigated for being a lobbyist and a senator
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at the same time. sweeney voted to raise taxes 145 times while our economy continues to struggle. south jersey is a mess, and it's time to take out the trash. on november 7th, make a change. dump sweeney. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with you and a
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check of the roads. fog this morning. on the garden state parkway, visibility is poor due to fog. we'll check in with the schuylkill expressway. that construction update in about five minutes. the city of houston is still dealing with the devastation from hurricane harvey. today people will take a break to celebrate the world-champion astros. last night the team returned to texas to a heroes' welcome at the airport. look at this -- water cannons. the champs will be celebrated today. the astros beat the dodgers in the world series for the first championship in franchise history. meanwhile, a gridiron sendoff fit for a hero. >> the crowd at the temple-navy game at the linc celebrated a team member going off to serve our country. meet temple's team doctor, milo seward of frankfurt. the family joined him on the field last night. he's wearing the cherry and
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white of the owls. today he'll change into the uniform of a navy commander. stewart is being deployed. >> i recognize that they want to show their appreciation for what i'm doing, but i'm certainly not the only one to do so. >> the commander cannot reveal his destination but said he's grateful for the recognition from fans. by the way, temple beat navy 34-26. carson wentz continues to rack up the awards after being named player of the month for october. wentz through for 14 touchdowns while leading the eagles to a 5-0 record last month. it is the first time he's won the award. wentz and the birds will try to keep it rolling at the linc this weekend against the broncos. we're helping you get ready for the game starting at 9:30 on sunday morning. "eagles game day kickoff" followed by "eagles game time" at 10:00. the official station of the philadelphia eagles. time to reveal the winner of our high school blitz game of
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the week. we'll be hdst eaded to -- "stranger things 2" has been streamed for a week now leading to a lot of binge watching for fans of the series. >> i was told don't watch it alone. last night the young stars of the show visited jimmy fallon for fun and games. ♪ [ cheers ] that's a dance-off. according to nielsen ratings, more than 360,000 people binge watched the entire second season of "stranger things" in the first 24 hours of its release. you can watch the "tonight show" starring jimmy fallon weeknights following nbc10 at 11:00. >> was it you and jessica talking about watching the show? >> no, one of the producers. i'm behind in my binge watching clearly. now for more news at 5:00
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a.m. -- >> neighborhood mess. a home crumbles to the ground. now other homes can be in danger. fighting for your vote. the candidates hoping to become the next governor of new jersey are hitting the campaign trail. what you need to know before casting your vote next week. and fire extinguisher failure. a tool meant to save lives is being recalled, and it could be in your home. how it already cost a local man his life. a lot to get to. coming up on 5:00. this is "nbc10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. some of you will be dealing with fog like yesterday. we'll get to meteorologist bill henley and the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. >> typically we see fog forming in the lehigh valley, but that's not the case this morning. warmer in easton. closer to the city, coatesville, three-mile visibility. one-mile visibility in bluebell. the thickest fog, though, trenton. mt. holly, and wilmington seeing some improvement now.
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zero visibility in locations including wildwood, atlantic city at the airport, could be slowdowns as a result, and toms river. fog to start with. another morning with mild temperatures. instead of the upper 30s and low 40s which is typical for the beginning of november, 60 in the lehigh valley. 52 in new jersey and the slower. 53. the 58 in philadelphia, there are a couple of warmer neighborhoods. society hill at 60 degrees this morning. west mt. airy, 59. 55 in northeast philadelphia with that fog. the fog will not be around all day. temperatures will start to creep up. this is at 8:00 this morning. fog will be thinning out. the temperatures will wind up in the 70s for the ride home. i'll break it down hour by hour when i'm back in a few minutes to show how quickly the fog disappears. first jessica boyington has the first alert traffic. >> we're starting on the schuylkill expressway with good news t


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