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before the cold front, mild temperatures this morning. 61 now in new jersey. lehigh valley, a few sprinkles in easton. 62 at 7:00. the steadier showers will be moving in at 10:00 this morning. philadelphia, 64. a southwest wind at 15 miles per hour, we'll warm up a bit into the 60s this afternoon. upper 60s for philadelphia and the suburbs. 69 degrees for new jersey and middle 60s for the lehigh valley. one of the first spots to see the rain this morning. delaware will get the rain, too. a pretty good chance of thunderstorms popping up this afternoon. i'll break it down hour by hour with the futurecast, show when you to and the showers in your neighborhood when i'm back in less than ten minutes. first, jessica boyington. >> right. we're watching 95 now moving through langhorn. a disabled vehicle here over into the shoulder. you see on the northbound side and approaching route 1, the traffic is getting by the scene. again, this is northbound. so we see the traffic moving,
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slow by the scene. no major backups. definitely something to watch just in case. also watching 95 through delaware. ten-minute trip both directions, northbound and southbound, 295 to 495. just minor delays for mass transit. septa's thorndale train 15 minutes behind. all else on or close to schedule. hearts are heavy around the country and even overseas after more than two dozen people were gunned down inside a texas church. >> 26 people dead, more than a dozen others hurt after gunfire tore through the sanctuary. the shooter took off but was found dead nearby. the massacre happened just before noon yesterday in the town of sutherland springs, about a half hour outside san antonio. we've also learned the church pastor's 14-year-old, annabell pom pomroy, were among those killed. her parents were out of town. witnesses are recounting the shooter's movements.
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>> he was rapid fire, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. >> as he exited the church, a local resident grabbed his rifle and engaged the suspect. it was found -- he was found designeesed in his vehicle. >> i -- deceased in his vehicle. >> i cried so much, i don't have tears left. >> the guy only brought us closer by doing this. we're more unified now. it gives us reason to come even more together. >> the victims ranged in age from 5 to 72 they attended a vigil last night. >> the gunman, devin kelley, is a former air force member who got a bad conduct discharge in 20 in 2014. an act of evil, how president trump is describing the shooting. from japan he addressed the church shooting and vowed his full support for the state of texas and the victims' loved ones. mr. trump touched on what he believes was the reason for the
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deadly violence. >> this isn't a guns situation. if someone didn't have a gun shooting in the opposite direction, it would have been much worse. this is a mental health problem at the highest level. >> the president made his comments at a joint news conference with japanese prime minister shinzo abe. he confronted a killer. police say the quick thinking from this good samaritan helped bring down the mass shooter who unleashed horror yesterday. in the next half hour, hear from him for the first time. >> 5:03. new from overnight, a single bullet took the life of a 20-year-old man on catherine street. police tell us around 7:30 last night the gun started shooting. the victim ran to a nearby gas station and collapsed. investigators have not released the victim's name. the gunman is still on the loose.
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today a jury that will decide the fate of new jersey governor bob menendez is expected to begin deliberations. menendez is on trial for bribery conspiracy and fraud. prosecutors say he accepted gifts and trips from a florida doctor and friends in exchange for political favors. menendez did not testify during the two-month-long federal trial. but he says he's independent. a guilty verdict could effect the political balance of power since chris christie would get to pick the democrats' replacement. 5:04. former congressman anthony weiner will surrender at a federal prison in massachusetts today. weiner will serve 21 months for sexting with a 15-year-old girl on line. during his sentencing in december, the disgraced politician said he was undergoing therapy and has been a very sick man for a very long time. we're learning that senator rand paul's injuries are worse than first thought after a neighbor assaulted him. renee boucher came into the yard
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of paul's home in bowling green, kentucky, friday, and tax emed the snafrt from -- tackled the senator from behind. paul suffered five broken ribs. a neighbor told our affiliate that the men have had ongoing problems. happening today, commutes are about to get more complicated in center city. a busy route to the schuylkill expressway will close for more than a year. matt delucia is live with a look at the construction and what it means to you. >> reporter: this is the stretch of road we're talking about, the southbound lanes of schuylkill avenue. this goes over i-76. the schuylkill expressway here. the northbound lanes here where the cars are affected, southbound, it's going to close at 8:00 tonight. why, penndot is doing rehabilitating in this area. we have rehabilitating the chestnut street bridge. crews are going to be removing the median here and paving schuylkill avenue to start the phase of the project. what does it mean if you drive around 30th street station?
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coming down market street, you won't be able to turn right on to schuylkill avenue here. you'll have to watch for detours. keep in mind that parts of chestnut will have lane restrictions, as well. this will be happening for the next 15 months. the closure starts at 8:00. live in university city, matt delucia, nbc10 news. 5:06. the eagles soared to victory against denver. they now have the best record in all of football. >> they were 8-1, giving the crowd plenty to cheer about at the linc. they played denver's number-one-ranked defense. as tracy said -- >> i don't know where they were. they weren't on the field yesterday. >> looked like -- didn't look like number one to tracy it, me, or anyone else. the eagles' offense and defense came up big. for the fans watching the latest eagles' win, it was electrifying.
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check out the reaction inside xfinity live after the birds score the one of their many touchdowns. in fact, even broncos' fans, they're impressed with quarterback carson wentz. >> he's on the wentz wagon. >> i can neither confirm nor deny, but he might be a fantastic quarterback. that's all i have to say about it. >> no argument from us. carson, he's feeling the love. after the game he tweeted out, "huge team win today." always talks about the team. i like that. >> that's why we love him. >> "nice way to head into the bye week. appreciate the support from you crazy fans. love it! " the eagles are off until sunday, november 19th, when they take on the dallas cowboys on the road in dallas. on "sunday night football" on nbc10, the official tv station of your philadelphia eagles. 5:07. a dry start. we had clouds most of the day
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yesterday, but today you'll likely need the umbrella. rain will be moving in. you won't need the heavy jacket. we're in the 60s now in the lehigh valley. a few light showers being reported right now. suburbs, 61 degrees, delaware, 63. 64 in south jersey. no chilly air to be found this morning. there are cooler neighbors, but not by much. west mt. airy down to 61. graduate hospital is 63. the middle 60s northeast philadelphia. cold front coming in. and this is pushing into the warm, moist air that is here this morning. the shower activity and possibly some thunderstorms, the first shower's this morning. the chance of showers and thunderstorms will wait until this afternoon. leaving the house, it is dry. if you have to get somewhere dry, this is the time to go. showers develop at 8:00 this morning. showers in berks and lancaster county, dry in philadelphia. we will see a few breaks in the clouds, but mostly cloudy today.
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light rain at 11:00. that's on the move. by 2:00, showers will reach wilmington, philadelphia, northeast philadelphia. and some downpours could accompany those showers. looking for thunderstorms, more likely later this afternoon. 4:00, the band in western, southwestern pennsylvania. right now 68 in wilmington at that hour. 68 in philadelphia. the showers on the move fairly rapidly. by 7:00, most of the heavier rain will be off shore. look at this hour -- 40s north and west. still in the 60s in cape may. this is the cool air that's going to sweep in behind that cold front. you'll need the jacket by tonight. 40 in allentown, 49 in millville. the shore in the 50s. it goes lower overnight. i'll show you what's ahead for the rest of the week with the temperature trend when i'm back in ten minutes. >> see you then.
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5:10. we'll look at route 1. boulevard. >> jessica boyington with first alert traffic for your ride to work. how's it look, jess? >> not so good right now. >> uh-oh. >> an accident scene on the northbound side of the boulevard. around 9th street. it's difficult to see within the median because of the trees. you see here flashing lights, police activity. it looks like everybody's splitting to each side. at least that's what it looks like for now. cars are merging and moving to the right-hand shoulder. watch for that because they may move this and shut something down for a bit. that's usually what happens with crashes that are in the center. for now, route 1 on the northbound side near 9th street. also watching 422. i'll end with the drive times. eight minutes in both directions east and west. route 29 to the schuylkill. speeds still into the 60s, too. >> thanks. a philadelphia family says the fight for justice isn't
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over. >> my daughter's gone. i'll never get to see my daughter ever gun. >> why the jury -- daughter ever again. >> why the jury reached a mixed verdict in the case of a hit-and-run driver accused of killing their daughter. warning, don't get distracted while streaming your favorite show. all new, how criminals are targeting netflix users and their wallets. 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 with christie and guadagno we're paying more and falling behind. four more years of kim guadagno is unaffordable. honey, what are you doing? watching a cow...?
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what's it doing? impressions start your day with the new hash brown scramble bowl from chick-fil-a. 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 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.
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not justice to me because my daughter's gone. i'll never get to see my daughter ever again. >> the parents of a girl killed by a hit-and-run driver say there's no chance for closure after a jury reached a mixed verdict in the case. last fall a driver hit and killed 8-year-old jaona powell as she and her brother walked home from school. the driver was convicted of manslaughter and reckless endangerment, but not the most serious charge, vehicular homicide. jaona's parents are heartbroken. >> no prom, no graduation.
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i get no grand good kids. i don't see my baby walk down the aisle. y get none of that -- i don't get none of that, but he gets to see his son. >> woodland told the court he did not see the children and tried to stop but it was too late. a judge will sentence him in january. now to the terror in manhattan. today loved ones will attend the funeral of this north jersey man killed in last week's terror attack. darin drake was 32 years old. he was riding on a bike path when a speeding rental truck killed him and seven other people. the truck attack happened on tuesday. police shot the suspect and then arrested him. he faces federal terrorism charges. isis claimed the suspect is one of its soldiers. investigators are working to see if he acted alone. 5:15. warm. we're focusing on the boulevard because there's an accident there. >> we'll get another look. jessica, give us an update. >> right.
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the northbound side of the boulevard now. cameras at 89th street. -- at 9th street. you can see to the center median. it looks like a few things going on here. you can definitely see some police activity there. maybe a few vehicles that are involved. it's, again, difficult to see. what's important for you and drivers heading out the door, is traffic is getting by. for now, yes. it looks like traffic getting by the scene. everybody scooting to the right-hand side. two right lanes are open there. on the northbound side, southbound looks fine for now. earlier there was debris, but it hasn't affected the drive time. 11 minutes from the blue route to the vine. speeds into the 60s, as well. i'll end in cherry hill. route 70 at kings highway. no big problems or delays here. everything's moving along. roads look dry and empty. i'll have updates on the
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boulevard when i come back. >> thanks. there's a camera off that we can look at that has the flag of the aramark building. blowing pretty good there. >> yes, bill says it's a warm breeze. in the 60s now. tell us more. >> for everyone. you'll feel that and wilmington. it was cloudy yesterday. today, we're going to see some rain and possibly some thunderstorms. this is one of the areas that could see the thunderstorms. the winds that vai mentioned, look at that, 14 mile-per-hour an hour breeze in wilmington. up to 10 and 12 mile-per-hour winds in the philadelphia area and allentown. those winds will stay with us as the clouds take over and bring us rain. already keeping temperatures warm this morning. 60s through the lehigh valley is on south jersey and the shore. in delaware, temperatures will cool a little bit more, but not much. certainly not chilly. talliville, greenville, limestone road, reporting 61 degrees right now. the temperatures will climb a bit. not a huge warmup today.
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into the middle 60s by noon. clouds and rain holding the temperatures back during the day. right now, dry. there's the first wet weather, moving in through central pennsylvania. and we will see it enter into berks county and the lehigh valley this morning. everyone will get some this afternoon. this area could bring us thunderstorms later today. not an all-day rainfall. ton start with at least in philadelphia. 7:00, 63 degrees. showers by late morning, then a chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. the suburbs will see the clouds this afternoon. then the showers by 11:00. afternoon showers and thunderstorms possible in the suburbs. the lehigh valley, count on the rain at 11:00 this morning. into early this afternoon. the chance of thunderstorms increasing for delaware and new jersey. the shore, mostly cloudy. you'll see breaks of sunshine, up to 68 degrees at the jersey shore at 11:00 and 3:00 this afternoon, may still be waiting
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for wet weather. it will be moving in before the sun sets during the day today. moving out, the warm temperatures, 60s today, 50s tomorrow, the chilly weather stays with us right into the next weekend. look at 48 on saturday for veterans affairs. the normal high is 60 degrees. today will be the only day above normal. today, we're kicking off nbc10's severe winter weather week. we'll be visiting malls to stop by and meet you. i'm be at the oxford valley mall with krystal klei and glenn "hurricane" schwartz starting at 11:00. please stop by and say hello. >> thank you. tv streamers targeted. netflix users, be careful about answering strange emails. the new trick criminals are using to get your cash. price plunge. an internet giant is cutting prices to keep up with the holiday shopping demand. and evidence piling up.
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investigators say the country's former national security adviser could soon be facing serious charges. 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
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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.
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5:23. new this morning, the season of spending, and according to a survey released this weekend, more people say they'll do their holiday shopping on line than in stores. brick and mortar stores are finding ways to attract people. walmart is bringing in santas and throwing holiday parties. sears is offering 50% off everything in their stores through thanksgiving weekend. a warning this morning for netflix customers. your personal information could be at risk. landon dowdy has details in the cnbc business news. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. a warning for netflix customers. there's an e-mail that's trying to steal your credit card information. the bogus emails were detected last week by a cybersecurity firm in australia. and these official looking
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emails warn users their account is about to be canceled unless they update information. users who click on the provided link are asked to give their name, date of birth, address and credit card number. something to be concerned about. don't give too much information without checking first. >> right. wary about for sure. let's talk about amazon making moves to grab holiday shoppers. some of its sellers might not be happy about this. hard to keep everyone happy. tell us about that. >> reporter: you can't keep everyone happy, but it's always good to save. amazon has started quietly cutting prices by as much as 9% on items sold by third-party merchants on its site. the move which comes ahead of the holiday season could ratchet up a price war with other retailers and potentially strain relations with some sellers. previously prices were lowered on items told directly to consumers. now it's covering the cost difference to ensure prices remain competitive. a check of markets on wall
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street. we could start the trading week in the red. the markets rose friday with the dow and nasdaq closing at record highs following apple's better-than-expected earnings. look for economic data on the consumer this week. also earnings from disney and jcpenney. back to you. >> thank you. talk to you tomorrow. 5:25 now. all new this morning, risking it all in midst of a mass shooting. >> i just did what i thought what i could do. >> hear from a good samaritan police say helped stop a killer. ready for the worst. new, experts show what to do if there's an emergency on your train. 5:25. 64 degrees. a warm start and dry. at least for now. rain is on the way. the neighborhood forecast just ahead.
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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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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
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at least 26 people killed in a mass shooting at a texas church. new this morning, hear from t gehrig credited with -- good samaritan credited with taking down the gunman. the polls open in 24 hours. how the contenders for philadelphia district attorney are making a final push for your support. commuter safety. a crash, a fire, a threat. the lifesaving information about what you should do during an emergency on a train. a lot to get to. plus, celebrating the eagles this morning in a big way. >> indeed. >> 5:30. good morning, and welcome to "nbc10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. the first thing you'll notice when you walk out the door is how unseasonably warm it is out there. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley and the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. >> yeah. temperatures this time of year, november, should be in the 30s and 40s. we're in the 60s now. and helping us stay warm are the
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clouds. still with us left over from yesterday. this time the clouds are going to bring rain. it's not happening now. right in philadelphia and wilmington. i'm say seeing the showers in central pennsylvania, heavier downpours farther to southwest moving through west virginia and southwestern pennsylvania. this is going to be here this afternoon. it will give us a chance of thunderstorms. but if you're leaving now, leaving the house dry. a few sprinkles being reported in the lehigh valley. the steadier rain not due in until this afternoon. 61 in the suburbs. 64 in philadelphia. and 63 in delaware. delaware one of the spots that could see thunderstorms this afternoon. it will be dry at 7:00. cloudy skies at 10:00. 65 degrees and climbing. not going to see a huge warmup today because of the rain that's moving in. and the chance of thunderstorms for this afternoon. that will keep temperatures across the board in the 60s for today. one exception will be the jersey shore, low 70s.


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