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hudson. another breaking story, a small plane crash in bucks county. the aircraft crashed into the woods at the end of a runway, slammed against that tree right there. it happened a little more than an hour ago. according to first responders, the pilot was alert and conscious when they got to this crash site. a child luring investigation growing. police are investigating three cases of children being approached by a stranger. >> in one case police are looking for this car. investigators say the driver approached a girl who had just gotten off the school bus. police say that car took off when the 10-year-old girl started running away. >> deanna durante is joining us. i imagine this is scary for parents. >> reporter: many of them are out here in force waiting for the bus when the children get off the bus here in the bristol neighborhood. police released a picture of the vehicle they're looking for.
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and an image of the person inside. they say they're a person of interest in this case. >> i raised kids here, now i have a six grand kids. >> reporter: his granddaughter had just gotten off the bus yesterday, he didn't know it at the time but the girl's schoolmate had been approached by a man she didn't know. look at this car. the blurry figure inside. police say he's wearing a red tee shirt that said pride. they say when he approached the child, he wanted her to get in the car. >> indian with an accent stated get in the car, then winked at her while taking off his sun glasses. >> reporter: the girl spotted a tattoo on his arm and kn gan running to home. a home security camera snapped this picture. >> this is a person of interest, we would like the community's
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help identifying the person driving this car so we can interview him and determine whether or not he was involved and whether or not he's a threat to the children in our community. >> reporter: ritter didn't recognize the pictures but he says he'll be watching. >> neighbors in this neighborhood look out for each other. and i plan on spending 4:00 when the bus gets in walking around to make sure the kids get home. >> reporter: many of the parents say they're glad to see everyone waiting out here on the bus. if you can't be there for your kids, make sure somebody else is there to greet them when they come from the bus in the morning before they go in the bus. they say they're looking for more video from this neighborhood that could show clearer images of this car. again, a chevy impala, if you have any information about this case, you're asked to call bristol township police. turning now to our first alert weather.
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yes, it is november, but it sure doesn't feel like it at the shore. here's a live look from avalon where temperatures are be in the 70s. >> temperatures will take a dramatic drop for your weekend, so it will feel more like football weather. a live look at lincoln financial field where the eagles will do battle here this sunday. >> glenn "hurricane" schwartz is tracking this kind of weather roller coaster we'll be dealing with this weekend. >> absolutely. we're going way down tomorrow, then we're going up a little bit on sunday. but not as warm as it is right now. we have cloudy skies across the area, but that hasn't stopped the temperature from going up. the clouds are a little thicker up toward the lehigh valley, easton, for example, nothing more than a sprinkle as you'll see. look at these temperatures, 73 in philadelphia, 71 in allentown. the average high is only 61 for this time of year. yet we're that warm, even with all the clouds. you see this, this is satellite and radar. where are the showers? they're really aren't any, even
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with a pretty significant band of clouds moving through the area. that's a cold front that's going to set us up for colder weather by morning, you see the temperature drop here this morning. it was in the 50s in philadelphia and across much of the rest of the area. look at this, pa suburbs, it's down into the upper 30s by tomorrow morning. tomorrow is going to be a much colder day. we're generally having dry conditions tonight, but there are showers for a part of the weekend. i'll show you just when coming up. philadelphia has decided to move the statue of former mayor and police commissioner frank rizzo from its location in the shadow of city hall. here's a live look at that statue. it's been a source of controversy since it was built back in 1998. in august of this year there were calls to tear down the
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statue after a deadly white nationalist rally in charlottesville, virginia. today, the city said that statue would be moving but they did not announce its new location or the moving date. coming up all new at 5:00, rosemary connors talks to the artist who created the statue about how he's feeling about the move and what he wanted to see instead. 20 minutes of non-stop news continues with twitter putting new safeguards who place after the president's account was taken down last night. >> a worker or his or her last day decided to leave with a virtual bang. the president was back tweeting this morning, saying, quote, my twitter account was taken down by 11 minutes by a rogue employee. i guess word must be getting out and having an impact. erin, for a few minutes the world saw what it would be like without the president's famous twitter account.
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>> it didn't last long, just 11 minutes. not only was it intentional, but twitter is now making changes. social media silence after the president's twitter account was deactivated. his verified @realdonaldtrump account disappeared around 7:00 p.m. tuesday. instead of tweets, visitors to the page saw this message, sorry the page doesn't exist. it wasn't just a glitch. several hours later, the company posted this message, saying we have learned that this was done by a twitter customer support employee who did this on the employee's last day. we are conducting a full internal review. >> i think that you don't get to mount rushmore by twitering. >> reporter: chris matthews says twitter doesn't help his message. >> it undermines him because, you know, i think he was elected because a lot of people resented
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the establishment in both parties. still do. i think they increasingly, according to polls, resent more than they did last year the two political party leaderships. >> reporter: today twitter posted another message. we have implemented safeguards to prevent this from happening again. we won't be able to share all details about our internal investigation or updates to our security measures but we take this seriously and our teams are on it. when the president's twitter account was back up and running, he got back to tweeting about hillary clinton, the dnc, and other issues, jacqueline? all right. erin. question for you, do you like hearing from president trump via his personal twitter account? give us your opinion now on sh nbc 10 facebook page. yes i think it's great, no, i wish he would stop or i really don't care. bowe bergdahl is not going to prison. bergdahl pleaded guilty to diversion and misbehavior before the enemy and faced up to life in prison. instead today a judge sentenced
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him to a dishonorable discharge and reduction in rank. bergdahl walked off from his base in afghanistan in 2009. he was released in 2014 in a prisoner swap arranged by president obama. the deal was criticized by president trump and other republicans. well, this afternoon, the president tweeted the decision on sergeant bergdahl is a complete and total disgrace to our country and to our military. back now to the breaking news we brought you at the top of this newscast. this car flipped over after a police pursuit in radner. >> drake clark is learning more about what may have started this whole pursuit. >> reporter: this is newtown road and abrams lane. just up the block is where the pursuit ended. the vehicle ended up upside down. police tell us earlier this afternoon there were three women inside that vehicle and they crashed, again trying to get away from police.
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they were initially stopped for a traffic violation at 320 conestoga road. as the police approached the car, the car sped off. there was a brief pursuit and decided to call off the pursuit after realizing there were too many cars on the road. the car still sped away and crashed into another car and hit a wall and flipped over. no serious injuries reported. all three people involved in the car that flipped over were taken to the hospital. we understand the other driver that was struck was not injured as well. police would later learn that these three women were involved in a retail theft shortly before that police pursuit began. the road is still closed. toe tru tow trucks are just arriving. we're live in radner, dray
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clark, nbc 10 news. >> amazing no injuries. right now we're learning clues about the new york city terror suspect's motivation were relatively easy pickings. it's thanks to his unlocked iphone. detectives said they had no problem finding isis propaganda and videos. they also found who he called just before he went on that deadly rampage that killed eight people and hurt 11 others. police are now questions those contacts who may have known what saipov was planning. president trump is vowing to retaliate on isis ten fold. >> when we have an animal do an attack like he did the other day on the west side of manhattan, we are hitting them ten times harder. they claimed him as a soldier, good luck. every time they hit us, we know it's isis, we hit them like you folks won't believe. >> federal investigators say saipov was first influenced by isis propaganda when he came to
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the u.s. seven years ago. today flags are flying at half-staff for the new jersey native killed in that attack. darren drake was on that bike path where the truck plowed into the crowds of people. the 32-year-old was riding his bike on a quick break from his job before he was hit. funeral services for drake will be held tomorrow. police in camden say a rookie officer shot on duty earlier this week will hopefully be released from the hospital today. he was shot in the gun while wrestling a gun from a suspect. the gun jammed when he tried to shoot the officer in the face. police in south jersey are hunting for a killer after a woman was found murdered in her apartment late last night. officers responded just before 11:00. when they got inside the apartment, they found a
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42-year-old woman dead on the floor. no one has been arrested. no doubt a disturbing morning for someone out for a walk when that person saw a woman's body floating in cobbs creek and called police. sky force 10 was over the area this morning. all investigators know the woman was in her 30s or 40s. they don't know who she is or how she got there. screams in the morning air led police to people desperate to get out of this burning row home in north philadelphia this morning. six people had to be rescued and police officers say they followed the sounds to find an elderly woman and an 8-year-old girl in need of help. in all, three people were sent to the hospital. >> we heard screaming coming from the third floor. i tried to make entry, the first floor was engulfed in flames. >> we climbed on the rooftop and was able to get them back on ground level. >> a handful of cats and other pets were also saved. some nfl owners are being asked to turn over cell phone
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records and e-mails in connection to the colin kaepernick collusion case against the nfl. espn reports jerry jones, parobt kraft and bob mcnair will be deposed. kaepernick says the nfl owners colluded against him to keep him from playing. he's been in the national spotlight since last year. that's when he started kneeling during the national anthem before games, saying he was protesting social justice. other players, including some eagles players have made similar gestures. there are new allegations against kevin spacey and how he created co-workers on the set of his netflix show house of cards. eight unidentified sources told cnn the atmosphere was toxic for young men. netflix said it was troubled by the report. last week it suspended production of the show. a member of congress accused
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a male colleague of sexual harassment. linda sanchez said she endured comments from another member of congress. three other members say they  endured sexual harassment. local lawmakers are pushing a bill that provides training on sexual harassment. >> it's a standard by which everyone should conduct themselves and have the standard be readily understood. >> representative brian coste o costello. they will have to prove that they have completed the training. we're waiting for more information about why exactly the white house was on lockdown this morning. we brought you the stories as breaking news at 11:00 a.m. the secret service tweeted one person is in custody after suspicious activity along the north fence. the lockdown happened just after
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the president left on marine one to begin his trip to asia. president trump opened up again about the russia probe this afternoon and said he's disappoint would the department of justice. he did not rule out firing attorney general jeff sessions if the department did not investigate democrats, including tony podesta, the brother of john podesta. >> i'm not involved with the justice department. i'd like to let it run itself, but, honestly, they should be looking at the democrats. they should be looking at podesta and all of that dishonesty. they should be looking at a lot of things and a lot of people are disappointed in the justice department, including me. >> earlier this week, former trump campaign manager paul manafort and rick gates were indicted on 12 charges, including conspiracy against the u.s. former trump foreign policy advisor george papadopoulos pleaded guilty to making false statements to the fbi.
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he's already pleaded guilty. the next ten days will be a whi whirlwind for the commander in chief as he heads to asia. it will be the president's first time in asia as the leader of the free world. he'll be near north korea talking to surrounding countries like china and south korea, hoping to keep the growing tension under control. take a look. president trump will make stops in china, japan, south korea, vietnam, and the philippines. five countries in ten days. house democratic leaders blasted the republican tax overhaul play today. >> i say they're taking american people for suckers. >> minority leader nancy pelosi says the republicans are making outrageous claims. she argued it's a cut for corporation and the superwealthy with the middle class offers crumbs. yesterday president trump called it a beautiful christmas present
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for americans. representative chris coons is concerned. >> we won't know it until after its passed. >> reporter: he thinks it's time for tax reform, but this isn't the right plan for america. but this plan is a republican only bill and he added, there are a lot of bipartisan proposals that could be taken up. go to the nbc 10 app to read a full breakdown of the tax plan and see the pros and cons for your family. breaking news right now out of new york, police say they have a credible rape allegation against harvey weinstein and are gathering evidence for a possible arrest. investigators say the accusation is from a 2010 incident in which weinstein allegedly raped an actress twice in her apartment. police say they have to gather more evidence since the allegations are at least seven years old. weinstein has denied all allegations of non-consensual
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sexual contact. 20 minutes of non-stop news continues with iphone fanatics all over the world lining up to be some of the first to get their hands on the new iphone x. the iphone x is the company's first major redesign in years. apple's ceo tim cook visited the p palo alto crowd. the 64 gigbyte model will cost you $1,000. >> were you in the line? >> i don't think so. >> this is a 6 and i'm good with it. no complaints about the weather from us or people waiting in those long lines today. >> that's right. pretty good weather for waiting in lines for something you probably don't need. all right. 73 degrees in philadelphia right now. that is way above normal for this time of the year, even with
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all the clouds around and most of the rest of the area has gotten into the 70s, too, including the jersey shore, which is really weird for november. because the ocean is so warm for this time of the year. 62. it's 72 in ocean city. 74 in summers point. 74 in stone harbor. 68 in cape may point. even with the wind coming off the ocean, you hardly ever see that in november. well, we have a cold front that is moving through, really warm ahead of it and pretty cold behind it. 54 in pittsburgh. 47 in chicago. 33 in minneapolis. some of that cold air is coming right to your doorstep by tomorrow morning. the clouds that are coming through right now, that is associated with the front. but it really isn't rain to speak of with the front. behind the front it's nice and
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clear. watch what happens as we go through the afternoon and into the evening. we clear out. the temperatures drop. it will be much colder tomorrow morning than it was this morning as you can see. couple places in the 30s, allentown and potts town. clear skies, start the day off with sunshine. and then some clouds increase in the afternoon. as you can see here temperatures only in the 50s. then here comes the rain. that's saturday evening. and overnight, it gets kind of wet. into sunday morning, but as would go into sunday afternoon, the rain moves out. and that helps us out, especially for the eagles. fairmount 58. elwin, reading, 58 for the high. 59 in voorhies. not a whole lot of wind, just a
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slight chance of a shower. up next, an nbc 10 exclusive. >> a body camera delivery, a baby makes his debut in a south jersey driveway. his first moments caught on camera. he's no greedy trick or treater, why this boy losing his candy is getting so much attention today. first, here's a look at the closing bell on wall street where everything finished up for the day.
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a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
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he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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take a look at this, an suv crashed right into a library in pittsburgh, leaving a woman injured. as you can see, the entire suv was inside that library. by the time crews got there last night, there were several people in the room at the time. there's no word on just how this happened, as you might imagine,
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the library will be closed for a while with all that structural damage. how about this video of a young trick or treater that's going viral now. you see that boy, he's going up to the house with an empty bowl of candy. he looked bummed out there. wait. he starts to walk away. keep watching. because he's going to turn around here and head back to the house. he's got an idea here. what does he do? he digs into his own stash of candy and puts it in the bowl so other kids won't be so disappointed. kind of paying it forward there. >> what a good kid. >> very smart. all right, before you even have a chance to polish of that candy, santa claus is coming to town. >> already? i'm not ready. where his sleigh is landing in our area in a few hours. is it too soon for him to show up? but first. a south jersey mom who lived within rock's throwing distance
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of a hospital, couldn't get there in time. >> what an entrance into this world. >> a heart warming reunion between mom, baby and first responders. next. we got a bit of weather whiplash. big temperature drop coming this weekend after 70s across our area today. and the tom cruise connection to new jersey. why he's on the short list to possibly receive a special honor from the state.
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why are south jerseyans turning against steve sweeney? it's because sweeney's been exposed as a double dipping pension padder.
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caught spending campaign money on lavish dinners and fine cigars for his pals. investigated for being a lobbyist and a senator 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. christie: this is new jersey is facing an epidemic fueled by addictive opioid painkillers. codeine... oxycodone... fentanyl... morphine. these are just some of the medications prescribed for pain relief. these pills can be highly addictive, and the addiction doesn't end when the prescription runs out. many times, people turn to a deadlier option - heroin. addiction is a disease, but help is within reach. call 844 reach nj or visit 'saved money on motorcycle insurance with geico.
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reporter cydney long takes us to mom, baby and the first responders. it's a story you'll only see on 10. >> he was coming, there was nothing i could have done to stop it. >> reporter: he was determined to make a grand entrance into the world. on sunday night in their driveway it happened. >> i didn't think i would make it down stairs and into the ambulance. >> reporter: the dramatic and sudden delivery recorded by body cameras moments after they dialled 911. she was reeling in pain and feared getting to the hospital. they carried her to the ambulance. >> sure enough, here he comes. >> go time. >> reporter: max was crowning, rachel continued to push and breathe. >> whole thing is just calming her down and getting her to cooperate and work through it. and that's what she did. >> reporter: as responders
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guided dad on cutting the umbilic umbilical cord, there he was, max. now a welcome surprise as the responders came for a visit. >> i'm so happy to meet you guys. >> reporter: they shared laughs. >> he is completely healthy, no complications at all. i can never say thank you enough. never say thank you enough for bringing this little guy into the world. >> reporter: baby maxim has tried once before to make a dramatic entry into the world when mom was 31 weeks. sunday night's delivery, not a complete surprise. >> it has been a crazy pregnancy from the beginning. we figured this was a fitting ending for it. >> he's my son. it's great. our name lives on and couldn't ask for anything more. >> reporter: cydney long, nbc 10 news. that is some home video he'll want to have for the rest of his life. >> do you think he sleeps as well at night as he does during the day? >> off to a good start, that's for sure. our weather, is it off to a good
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start on a november day that's warm enough for shorts? here's a look at boathouse row. the warm weather is even down the shore. a live look at the water at cape may. but we know this warm weather in november can't last forever. >> no, let's bring in nbc 10 first alert meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. how much colder tomorrow? >> it will be at least 15 degrees colder, and some places 20 degrees colder. that's only temporary. we're going back up for sunday and monday. we have cloudy skies across the entire area. this is a picture of wilmingtoniwilmington. as we showed you the shore, it's cloudy there too. it's not holding the temperature down and we're not seeing anything on the radar. this is radar and satellite. where is the green. there isn't any. the clouds look threatening, but it's a sprinkle at the most. and behind those clouds, that's where the colder air is that's
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coming in for tomorrow. nothing cold in our area now. of course, cold in the poconos is 57. 71 in allentown. they're not getting out of the 50s tomorrow. and as we go through the night tonight you see the clear skies start to come down. so we're starting off the weekend. saturday morning, really nice and sunny, but it's going to be cold. tell you about the up and downs and when it's going to rain this weekend coming up. a norman rockwell painting stolen from a home 40 years ago sold today for one million dollars. the fbi recovered the painting in march. it was taken from a cherry hill home in 1976 during a break in. heritage auctions sold it for $912,500. a lot of cash. here's a look at some of the other stories we're following county by county. state police are asking for your
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help finding this armed robber holding up a south jersey business wednesday. watch as he walks into the store and hogs barbecue, holding a gun. he gets the person working to give him cash from the register before leaving. delaware county, making sure you're safe from the flu while on the go. that county council held drive thru flu shots today. everyone was invited but it especially helped neighbors who were less mobile and parents with young kids. camden county get a glimpse of mermaids. they're taking over adventure aquarium. the kids were mesmerized. the mermaids will be flipping their fins at the aquarium until sunday. well, santa is coming to town in about an hour and a half. you can catch your first glimpse of him this evening when he arrived at the montgomery mall. at 6:00 he'll parade in the stores. anyone who wants a picture with
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him can reserve a time online. santa's getting very organized when it comes to picture taking. >> he is getting organized. >> is he getting to town earlier and earlier? >> and my list isn't ready. i need some time to compile what i want. and that's not done yet. >> you still have piles of candy to get through. >> from halloween. >> nevermind. >> i'm giving you some tonight, by the way. >> all right. >> your weekend will be one hour longer. we love that. will the fall back actually make you get less sleep? we'll tell you how that could happen and how to fight it, next. and she's already the pride of delaware basketball fans. now she's making history at her wedding this weekend. healthy eats. how local wawa stores are working to provide healthy meals and prevent a serious illness at 5:00.
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why are south jerseyans turning against steve sweeney? it's because sweeney's been exposed as a 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 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.
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dump sweeney. don't forget this is the weekend we fall back. while most people look forward to getting the extra hour, it
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can be tough for some people to adjust. in fact, experts say most people get less sleep during the change. and the director of the sleep disorder center at jefferson hospital says cut back on caffeine after lunch. and stay away from alcohol food and water four hours before bed and do something relaxing before bedtime. >> if you follow some of these sleep hygiene tactics you'll help your body adapt more rapidly. so you may find that you're sleeping a bit better at night. you'll sleep more continuously. wake up a bit less hopefully. wake up feeling a bit pore more refresheded a refresh refreshed. >> the red cross says this is a great time to check the batteries in your smoke detectors. it's the latest fad to make the headlines. intermittent fasting, that's when you dramatically reduce how much you eat for short periods
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of time. neuro scientists at the national institutes of help, in mice studies fasting improves heart health. but fasting can be dangerous for some people. as with any major diet change talk to your doctor before you try it. the houston astros celebrating their world series win with a parade today. >> one teammate captured hearts all over the country when he proposed just after they won. he tells us why it was the perfect time to pop the question and was there a proposal plan b. i'm tracking some shower chances for your weekend, but are you going to need a rain jacket at the eagles' game? a game day forecast, next. vice presidential visit, mike pence is planning a visit to our area next week. when and where he'll be at 5:00. he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid
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to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? 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.
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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. we've paid a big price for chris christie and kim guadagno. they gave out billions in corporate tax breaks. millions to whitewash the bridgegate scandal. millions more wasted on empty office space. we got stuck with the bill. property taxes up. train and bus fares up. college tuition up. women's healthcare funding eliminated
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with christie and guadagno we're paying more and falling behind. four more years of kim guadagno is unaffordable.
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downtown houston is electric right now. fans celebrating the first world series title for the astros. >> organizers say about a ton of confetti will rain down on the world champion astros as they march through downtown. >> will you marry me? >> and you probably seen this video boy now, carlos carrera proposing to his girlfriend daniella rodriguez. on the today show carrera explained why this was the perfect time for that proposer. >> it was game seven. i was so -- i was laser focused on just playing baseball. she never thought i was going to propose at that point. >> her surprise was really genuine. she had absolutely no idea it was coming. carrera also admitted this morning he did not have a plan b for the proposal. >> in case she said no? >> oh, in case they didn't win,
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i don't know. the moment wasn't right. no. but it all worked out well. >> it really did, clearly. >> huge smile. this weekend elena delle will be making her partner on long island. they are the first same sex couple to be featured on the popular site. you're watching the sixers against the pacers, it's military night. if you're one of the first 5,000 fans you get a free rally towel. here's another live look at the link right now. the eagles' three game home stretch ends this sunday. as the birds take on the broncos this weekend. i know there's rain planned for this sunday but not sure it will be the type of rain we have.
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>> not that it mattered. nothing like last sunday. it looks like the main rain threat on sunday is in the morning. so, yeah, there probably will be some rain on sunday. but the timing might help us here. 73 at philadelphia now. no rain around, despite the clouds. it looks like it's threatening, ready to rain at any time but we'll show you the radar, not really showing anything. we've got temperatures in the 70s through delaware. except for greenville, it's 69. talliville 70. newark is 70. but the further south you go the warmer it is. middletown, 72. some of the temperatures in cern delaware, 76 in georgetown. 79 in long neck. that is warm. it's november. it was 75 yesterday. 73 for today. the average is 61. we've got one cold day and start
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warming up again. later next week, if you look at the seven day down there, look at friday. we've got some cold air coming in next week. it's not going to stay warm. here's the cloud cover, this would show the radar if there was any rain on the radar. not much. there's dry air across the great lakes. that's what's coming in for at least the start of the weekend. by tomorrow morning, it's clear. sunshine to start the day, but it's chilly. then with the clouds coming in in the afternoon that's going to help prevent the temperature, probably from even getting to 60. here comes the rain. it is going to rain over the weekend. now we might be fortunate here with the rain coming in like, after 8:00 tomorrow night. and going through saturday night and first thing sunday morning. but it could last a little bit longer. this particular computer model keeps it raining into early afternoon.
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other models have it moving right on out. so we're dry by noon. but the clouds hang in there. it's milder on sunday. then monday it gets even warmer. so as we go through tomorrow, we're starting off chilly and we're not warming up a whole lot. 4:00 in the afternoon, 50s instead of 73 we have now. in delaware, close to 80. 57 in lehigh valley. delaware, 58. it's 78 now. 20 degrees colder tomorrow afternoon. 58 at the jersey shore as well. for theesi eagles. cloudy skies, temperatures above average. not bad conditions, just a chance of a couple of light showers. no threat really of heavy rain. so the weekend timeline. saturday morning, sun to clouds. saturday afternoon or especially in the evening, showers. sunday morning, showers. sunday afternoon, cloudy and mild. so you know how to plan here. plan around those raindrops.
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so saturday during the day is dry. but it is chilly. sunday, not quite as chilly, but the main threat is in the morning. and then as we go in through next week. there's a drop on tuesday. temperature into the 50s. and then lower 50s. and no, that's not a misprint, next friday a high of 42. i mean, an actual first freeze. it's not going to stay that cold, but that is dramatically colder late next week. >> got our attention. >> i know. we've been spoiled for so long. >> yeah, the weather map's got my attention, too. >> i pulled out my turtleneck, my leggings with the fleece. i'm ready. >> getting ready for next friday. >> for tomorrow, the heart walk is tomorrow. >> it's not that bad. >> you know me. you know, 60 and i'm freeze. >> once you get moving. >> exactly, walk fast. up next at 4:00, ready to
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rumble on the rink in philadelphia. the fans are rooting for hits and knockout this weekend. this burglar really makes an entrance and it's all caught on surveillance video. 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. right now at 4:00, roller derby slamming into philadelphia. >> teams are fighting it out on the rink all weekend long. nbc 10's tim furlong is joining us live where all the action is going down in north philadelphia. how's it going out there, tim? >> reporter: yeah, if you've never seen women's roller derby in person, we're getting ready to end halftime.
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i can tell you this this is something to cross off the bucket list. producers asked jokingly if i could skate with the ladies. when you see some of these women skate it will make you glad i didn't go out there. they would have kicked my butt. if pro wrestling and rugby had a baby girl. >> i love a big and knockout. >> reporter: she would look a lot like the women's roller derby. rapid fans,ing ha hard earned p and cool nicknames for players. >> bump and bruises you don't feel until after the game. you play and feel horrible for the next day. >> reporter: the best women owned teams from around the world are at temple university. >> this is world championship. >> reporter: they're trying to win the hydro trophy. >> hitting below the knees, the
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shoulders the face. though would be illegal contact. >> reporter: all the women hope you come out and see them. make sure you get behind the fence for the traditional high five train. >> there's not very many people i hold a grudge against, but there's a few. >> reporter: so i just was thinking would i want to see my daughter doing this, the answer is probably no. it's rough out there. the philly team got eliminated before the tournament. the home team isn't playing in the tournament. tickets are available for saturday and sunday. i have the program here. you can come out and maybe you become a fan of the rat city all stars. some of their top players have names like renegade ruthie. the nicknames alone are worth the price of admission. tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> what would your nickname be, tim? >> reporter: scared dude that
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runs up the street because i want no part of this. they're like maybe you could come out, this girl is 6'3", i'm out. >> it's not fierce furlong or nothing like that. >> reporter: no. wuss. >> time for a very gentle handoff to the nbc 10 news at 5:00. we're learning more about the police chase in radner. >> nasty end to this chase with a car flipping over. dray clark is on the scene gathering details and why the driver was running in the first place. that's next at 5:00. chilly then showers. we're going to get a little bit of everything this weekend, except the warmth. i'll break it down coming up. relocating rizzo, the statue stirring debate. getting a new home. why the artist feels snubbed.
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he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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we begin with a developing story. a wild end to a police chase in radner. you can see it ended with a crash and a car flipped over. officers say someone stole items for a nearby store and took off. police are canvassing the area. three people are in custody. the road reopened in the past ten minutes. another developing story in
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bucks county. a small plane crashed this afternoon. the plane slammed into a line of trees at the end of a runway. first responders say the pilot was alert and awake when they got to the site. now to the weather, that cold snap is coming tomorrow. even though you can't feel it right now. here's a live look at conditions over the walt whitman bridge. check out the view from the poconos, cloudy skies are passing over the area. quite clear in that shot right there. >> yeah, a nice day for a stroll at cedar beach park in allentown. check this out, temperatures in the 70s today. nbc 10's chief meteorologist tammie souza is here. we're loving this. >> we are loving it, aren't we? this is november 3rd and we have the 70s. we should be in the upper 50s by this time of year. that's where we started the morning, in the sgifr50s. mount pocono, 52. 57 in dover. those were the lows. look a


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