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>> first alert meteorologist bill henley to tell me if i am going to regret that. >> a chilly breeze that's blowing this morning. now, it's going to blow some clouds into the area and later this morning, this afternoon, might even get scattered showers but right now most of the area is pretty clear. in fact, clear enough to see the full moon. look at that beautiful shot. doesn't that look nice. with clear skies, that's when you get your colder temperatures and that is what we were seeing this morning. the temperatures will be dropping. right now it is on the chilly side because of the wind that is blowing, gusting to more than 20 miles an hour in parts of the area. 45 currently in trenton and northeast philadelphia is 47 and it's 47 now in philadelphia and potstown is 42. so, with sunshine in store for us, coming up in just over half an hour. we'll see the temperatures climb upper 40s by 9:00 and then into the 50s but a chance of some scattered showers by lunchtime. we'll go through it hour by hour with the future weather. i'm back in less than ten
minutes and right now let's check in with with first alert traffic reporter, jillian mele. >> an overturned vehicle in northeast philadelphia. this is in the ronhurst section right near ripply treat and take cottman avenue to avoid that portion of ron. right near the conshohocken curve. we're starting to see some of that normal volume build, but no big delays to report. especially on 95 you can see and slows down a little bit to 49 miles per hour, but no delays to report just yet. we are following the fire department activity in north philadelphia on north 22nd street between toronto and clearfield streets. you can take 21st or 23rd if you need to get around it. tracy? >> that's breaking news we're following in north philadelphia. one man was killed in that fire at a homeless shelter and now investigators are trying to pinpoint what caused it. monique braxton has been talking to officials at the scene for more than an hour now. monique, what have you learned? >> tracy, in the past half hour
since we spoke to you, the body of the 57-year-old victim who was found up on that third floor apartment has been remived from the building. fire investigators tell us they don't think he stood a chance. looking at our video capturing the past couple hours. the new york native who lived here at alliance for youth mission and there was a walker near his bedside on his apartment floor. that's where investigators tell us they believe the blaze began at 3:00 this morning. >> the temperature is getting colder and more people get checked in and heaters and furnaces to make sure they're safe and operable. if you smoke, you take your smoking outside. >> the fire commissioner also tells us they're investigating if the smoke alarms are working, but they do know that about 23 residents were able to escape. just a moment ago, i found out that the people who escaped had been bussed to 1721 francis
street here in north philadelphia. in the next half hour, we have an urgent message for you from the fire commissioner. live for now from north philadelphia, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. we're following developing story this morning. philadelphia police are looking for a rape suspect who they say sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl. this happened in darby, delaware county wednesday night. the investigation led police to west philadelphia. now, here's the man that police are looking for. 18-year-old kassim hill and according to police a witness outside the home heard the teenage girl scream and then the suspect ran away. last night the police, he called the police kassim hill did and told the detectives he wasn't going to turn himself in and they have to find him. nbc 10 spoke to the victim's aunt about what she would like to say to the suspect and we'll hear from her coming up at 6:30. this morning the suspect in
the abduction of carlesha freeland-gaither extradited to face charges in attempted murder in a separate case. meantime the abduction investigation continues here. federal kidnapping charges against barnes were filed in philadelphia yesterday. here is a mugshot from his arrest in maryland. federal agents arrested him there while rescuing his allege victim, carlesha freeland-gaither. barnes confessed to the kidnapping and he said he did not know her, it was random as we have been saying. as for carlesha, she is resting with her family at an undisclosed location. virginia authorities then called the car dealership where barnes purchased the car and used the gps installed on the car to track barnes to maryland. before facing justice in philadelphia, delvin barnes will
face a sexual assault charge in philadelphia where he is accused of aattacking a 16-year-old girl. her mother was asked about barnes and we blurred out her face to protect the victim's identity. >> i just want to kill him. just want to kill him. the burns of her skin. my daughter didn't look like herself. it was devastating to watch. all i have to say to him is god bless him. he didn't succeed and i hope you [ bleep ]. >> barns hit a teenage girl with a shovel, drove her to his house and sexually assaulted her and then poured gasoline and bleach on her. the girl is still in the hospital recovering. nbc 10 and nbc10.com will continue to follow developments. coming up at 6:30, you'll hear from the hero witness in carlesha's kidnapping. and new from overnight a woman drove her suv into the
side of a church in west philadelphia. osage avenue and south 61st street. the driver lost control and smashed into the taylor tabernacle church around 11:00 last night. she is being treated for minor injuries. new this morning, accused cop killer eric frein has a new court date. the man charged with killing another in september will have his preliminary hearing on december 9th. the hearing was originally set for next wednesday. frein was captured last week in pocono township after alluding police for seven weeks. also happening today, a hearing is set in the case involving the land belonging to jerry sandusky's former charity, the second mile. that hearing will take place in center county. the charity is trying to sell the land. the second mile founded by sanoscy he is serving 30 to 60 years in prison after being convicted on dozens of counts of child abuse.
a judge delayed the execution for james cook. he was scheduled to be put to death on december 4th. here's the murder scene near the delaware campus in 2005. the news journal of wilmington reports the delay happened so the u.s. supreme court could consider his appeal. his lawyers claim they should have been given more time to prepare for trial. your first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> a chilly morning, but it is dry, at least for now. the wind may change that. gusty winds are already starting to pick up and will likely blow a few showers into the area, not everybody is going to see them. but we'll all get the cold weather that is going to start some things off this weekend and drop into the 30s tonight. so, a chilly weekend ahead. right now, not exactly warm. 44 degrees in allentown and northeast philadelphia is 47 and millville 48 degrees. some scattered clouds around, but it's mostly clear.
this view from here at the nbc 10 studios. the wind blowing at times we're seeing some wind gusts of more than 20 miles an hour. right now a steady wind at 20 miles per hour at dover and 10 miles per hour in northeast philadelphia. stronger as the day goes on and that wind will deliver a few of these. scattered showers and they'll start falling apart as they move across the mountains and we'll still see some raindrops in the area. your hour by hour future weather showing at 11:00 this morning a few raindrops in the allentown area and that line of showers spreading to the trenton area, as well. parts of south jersey early this afternoon and central new jersey seeing a few rain drops. other areas will stay completely dry. so, stand by for a chilly one today. gusty winds of 35 miles an hour this afternoon. and a few scattered light showers in the area. but they will not be around for the weekend. the seven-day forecast when i'm back in less than ten minutes.
good news it is friday and the bad news we have trouble spots including an overturned vehicle out there. >> the good news is jillian mele has you covered. >> good morning, guys, happy friday to you. to you at home, as well. blue route where things are looking good. a live look at 476 near route 1. you can see volume out there in both directions, but no slow downs to report and no accidents on the blue route. drive time still about 17 to 18 minutes between 95 and 76. speaking of 95, disabled vehicle we just had on the shoulder here right near philly international and it looked like it cleared. right now 95 you're good to go in that area, no issues there. in rhaunhurst. take cottman avenue because that portion is currently blocked off. the vehicle is on its side right now after hitting a pole in that area. heading into new jersey, 42 freeway northbound as drivers pass greek road and head out to the area bridges. bridges are clear this morning so far no big issues to report
on mass transit. for drivers in delaware, good start here. tracy? >> thanks. 6:10 and 46 degrees. a disturbing case is gripping chester county. the d.a. there calls it an american horror story. >> little scotty mcmillan, a 3-year-old boy at the beginning of his life. little scotty mcmillan is dead. >> and police say he was killed at the hands of the people who were supposed to care for him. and soon there will be no more bargain basement food prices. bottom dollar food has bottomed out.
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also boat house row. and that's all to mark the 30th anniversary of philabundance on which my colleague here, tracy davidson, is on the board. spent a lot of time. the organization was founded 30 years ago by pam lawler who used her blue station wagon to transport donated food to those in need. today it serves 75,000 people each week across the delaware valley to a network of hundreds of agencies. it will celebrate tonight and honor her at a beet hunger bash. when president obama and lawmakers meet today with republicans in charge of congress. host the congressional lead rsz at the house and things could be tense. the day after the election, both sides say they wanted to work together. the next day both president obama and the gop were trading threats over immigration and health care. just about 6:15. a popular discount grocery chain will close its doors impacting hundreds of stores and hundreds
of employees. bottom dollar food announced locations across southeast philadelphia and new jersey will shut down by the end of the year after the chain was bought by rival aldi. 1 15 local employees will be out of work of news of the impending closure is fresh. >> it was a shock to me when everybody said, yeah, we're closing. >> right now too soon to know which of these locations will be reopened as aldi stores or when that could happen. we do have a list of the closing stores on our website, nbc10.com. ray rice is now awaiting his fate. the baltimore ravens runningback or former baltimore ravens runningback is appealing his indefinite ban from the nfl. they testified before an a arbitrator in new york city. there's no timetable for that decision. rice was banned after video surfaced of him punching his then fiancee at an at lntic city
casino. sunoco logistics is moving ahead with a major pipeline project stretching across pennsylvania. the company said it planned to invest $2.5 billion in a pipeline for natural gas like propane. sun sunoco hopes to have the line-up and running in two years. >> another check of traffic on this friday morning. >> jillian mele has an update. jillian? >> up and going but not anywhere fast on 95. 95 southbound right at cottman avenue is at a crawl and that volume is definitely continuing to build out there. leave yourself extra time if 95 is part of your commute. boulevard at fox street looking good and no accidents and no delays to report on the boulevard. but we do have the fire department activity that we
continue to follow in north philadelphia on north 22nd street between toronto street and clearfield street. if you need to get it around, take 21st or 23rd streets because either of those will be just fine. a live look at 495 at route 13. everything is moving along fine here no accidents on the majors in delaware or new jersey. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> just about 20 minutes away from sunrise and we're seeing the skies brighten up. this is a nice, clear view from center city. 47 degrees and the wind is blowing out of the northwest at 9 miles an hour. we have seen some higher gusts and little bit of a chill in the air. look at the clouds in the pocono mountains, not clear there. these are the clouds blowing into our area during the day today, but a chance of some showers. the wind is blowing. so, feels like it's in the 30s right now for allentown, pottstown and trenton. 41 in wilmington and the wind will get stronger and
temperatures climbing. thin clouds in the area right now. there you can see the clouds in the pocono mountains and the brighter clouds, those are producing a few showers. starting to fall apart and still expect a few scattered showers to enter the picture for parts of the area this afternoon. so, stand by for a chillier day today. gusty winds and high temperatures in the low 50s. some areas will stay completely dry just north of the city, a little bit likely that you'll see scattered light showers going through the area. by tomorrow, we'll be in the clear and lots of sunshine and look at the temperatures. 34 in the morning and 50 degrees in the afternoon. and a bit chilly for sunday, too. up to 55 after morning low that starts off, once again, in the 30s. it's monday afternoon milder, near 60 degrees on monday and then just in time for veterans day, excellent timing here. 64 degrees the high temperature tuesday. and a chilly breeze will blow a few showers through on wednesday. just 46 degrees with the wind blowing thursday.
this weekend, berlin is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall. the city was divided for almost 30 years during the cold war, you'll remember. the wall separating its communist east from the west sector. that wall fell on november 9th, 1989. today a line of bricks into the ground where it once stood. coming up on "today" show tom brokaw will talk about what it was like to be there that memorable moment. carlesha freeland-gaither is free. we'll hear from the man who helped. new jersey has the cheapest gas prices around, well, maybe not so much longer. what is fueling an increase. and leah's big night. 4-year-old leah still was the star of last night's game and shared a special moment with her football player dad.
about 6:22 this friday morning. and a live look from sky force 10 at the moon going down. probably have to do what my colleague tracy davidson did and take a coat with you to work. tell us exactly why. university of delaware is planning to close two of its oldest residence halls. they will close at the end of the school year in spring of 2015. both were built in 1966 and each houses more than 700 students. the university says the buildings need to close because of their age and because of their condition but they do not plan to demolish them right away. in the meantime, the university of delaware plans to open a new dining and residence hall and also renovating the harrington complex. both of the projects should be done by the next school year and the school says no interruption for housing of freshman students. a new jersey lawmaker says the gasoline has to be taxed,
has to be raised to fix the state's roads, bridges and their rail lines. word of that tax hike came at a hearing yesterday in camden on how to replenish the transportation trust fund. pays for road and bridge projects. it is expected to run out of cash in july. a bill introduced last week would raise the gas tax about 25 cents. good morning to you on this friday, 6:24 right now. starting with a live look at lehigh valley and things are quiet here and also quiet in chester county still. the route 30 bypass typically at this hour seeing volume on the eastbound side and right now you can see it's still pretty quiet, eastbound right near route 340. just got word of this, malfunctioning traffic lights at intersection of the boulevard and pratt street. when you run into a problem like that, treat it as a four-way stop and make sure you grab that coat before you head out the door this morning. live look outside and looks pretty out there, but, bill,
pretty cold this morning. >> the wind is blowing and making things feel a bit colder and feels like in the 30s for parts of the area and getting ready to see laulots of sunshin and sunshine will fade at times because of the wind. right now 47 degrees in philadelphia. that wind will blow some clouds in and areas to the north, more likely to see some scattered showers. langhorn could see them later this morning. right now 46 in langhorn and 43 degrees in doylestown and 44 in richbo richboro. i'm nbc 10 monique braxton live in philadelphia where a disabled man died at a fire inside a shelter. an update on the investigation after the break. and police in delaware county are looking for a rape suspect this morning. he's accused of assaulting a teenage girl while there were children nearby. coming up, you'll hear from the victim's relatives.
just about 6:30. a fire in north philadelphia kills one person and forces dozens of others out of a homeless shelter. we are live on the scene gathering information about what sparked that fire. this morning the man accused of kidnapping a philadelphia woman is sitting in a virginia jail for another crime. and we can expect kind of a mixed bag of weather today. a little bit of sun and a few showers as we take a live look here at reading. chilly temperatures, as well today. good morning and welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's get an update with bill henley with his first alert forecast. bill? >> temperatures still dropping. clear skies and the sun is about to come up and usually the coldest time of day right after sunrise. sunshine in philadelphia as the moon is getting ready to set. you can see it right over the
buildings of center city. the wind will blow some clouds into the area, not going to be brilliant sunshine all day long. already 10 mrile an hour wind i philadelphia. with temperatures in the 40s, well, it doesn't take much wind to make it feel even colder. pottstown 44 degrees and trenton 41 in wilmington and 42 in northeast philadelphia airport. sunshine to start with then clouds blow into the area with the chance of some showers. first alert traffic reporter jillian mele is watching the traffic this morning. hey, jillian. >> a new accident into the system right at 90 street and you can see it through the trees here. the right lane blocked on the inner drive and then the left lane blocked in the outer drive. not causing a significant delay. this traffic you're seeing right here, they're stopped at a red light right now, but expect to see volume in that area. else where on the boulevard, bight directions right at pratt
street. whenever you see that, treat it as a four-way stop. another new accident on warminster. some increased volume out there, normal volume starting to build in the spots we're used to on 76. finally in north philadelphia we're still following this fire department activity on north 22nd between toronto and clearfield streets. vai? >> thank you, we're following breaking news in north philadelphia one person is dead and nearly two dozen people forced out into the cold after a fire at a homeless shelter. monique braxton is live with an update. monique, what can you tell us? >> vai, firefighters are now wrapping up here at the scene, but i can tell you that they spent more than three hours inside this third floor apartment where they found billowing smoke, flames and a body of a 57-year-old man. the fire victim, a new york native who lived here was disabled. the fire commissioner also tells
us they learned he was a smoker who may not have been able to escape when the blaze began three hours ago. the fire commissioner says everyone, everyone, he stresses, must have an escape plan, especially this time of year. >> we want everyone to work with us. we always tell everyone that fire is everyone's fight. we need everyone to help us save a life. we don't want any more fatalities this year. we have the holiday season coming up, cooking during the holidays is the number one cause of fire fatalities. we want everyone to be mindful. so, hopefully this is it for the year. once again, if you smoke, smoke outside. >> the fire commissioner says they're also investigating if the smoke alarm inside this apartment building were working. they do know that 23 people were able to escape just a short time ago we learned that those folks have been bussed over to the 1700 block of francis street just a couple of blocks away. we'll have more for you in the
next half hour. live for now in north philadelphia, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. and we're following breaking news out of burkes county. sky force 10 is over the scene of a murder investigation in reading. this happened around 1:00 this morning. investigators found the victim inside of the home on green street. officers are telling us that they believe he ran there after getting shot. investigators do not believe this crime was random. we are making phone calls and trying to gather information on this story. and we'll bring you that information as soon as it becomes available. and new from overnight, some people in west philadelphia apartment building are out of their homes because of a fire. flames started in an 18th floor unit of the place along holden street. this happened just before 2:00 this morning. no one was hurt, most people were allowed back in, except those, of course, on the 18th floor. 6:33 right now. following a developing story this morning. philadelphia police looking for
this person. 18-year-old kassim hill. they say he raped a 14-year-old girl last night and is now armed and dangerous. investigators also say hill told officers, called them and said he's not turning himself in. they'll have to come get him. this started in darby, delaware county. the investigation led police to west philadelphia. katy zachary is following developments in this case. what can you tell us? >> hi, tracy. minutes ago i spoke to a darby police officer who said the suspect has not turned himself in. they're still looking for him. so right now you have officers both in philadelphia and in darby searching for the suspect. 18-year-old kassim hill. accused of luring a 14-year-old girl into his mother's house on ninth street in darby and raping her. it happened tuesday afternoon. according to police a witness outside the home heard the teenage girl's screams during the assault and he knocked on the door to try to stop it and that's when the suspect ran out of the back of the house. the victim's aunt spoke to nbc
10. we are concealing her identity to protect her niece. >> turn yourself in. what you did was horrific. you need to face justice. >> and according to the victim, the suspect kassim hill was apparently watching a small group of young children in that house when the sexual assault took place. he is currently on probation for a previous crime. reporting live in darby, katy zachary, nbc 10 news. and this morning, the suspect in the abduction of carlesha freeland-gaither is being extradited to face charges in a different kidnapping case. chris cato is live in the digital operation center. that crime in virginia happened one month before carlesha's abduction in philadelphia, right? inth >> this timeline is interesting. one month before carlesha's abduction.
they get the confirmation that barnes is the suspect on october 28th. five days before the abduction. if it could have been sped up, it could have possibly been spared. they say he attacked a 16-year-old girl hitting her in the head with a shovel, sexually assaulting her at his home and then poured gasoline and bleach all over her and set her clothes on fire. now, he was caught on wednesday in maryland, three days after carlesha's abduction off the streets of philadelphia. virginia police actually played a big role in his capture. they noticed a detail on the surveillance video of the kidnapping. >> we had information he was driving that ford torrance and then through the video you could see the inspection sticker on the front and we are only one of the few states that have a sticker in that same position. >> virginia police looked up the car dealership where barnes bought the car. they found out the dealer put a gps device on it.
they used t the gps to find himd arrest him. meantime the mother in virginia was asked about barnes. we blurred her face to protect her identity. >> i just want to kill him. just want to kill him. the burns of her skin. my daughter didn't look like herself. it was devastating to watch. all i have to say to him is god bless him. and i hope that you [ bleep ]. >> police believe barnes was digging a grave for the girl before she got away. that girl is still recovering in a hospital in virginia. live in our digital operation center, chris cato, nbc 10 news.
there's a $47,000 reward in the freeland-gaither kidnapping case. just who will get it? the real hero in the case is the man who witnessed the abduction and then called them. detechives believe duane fletcher should get the reward. fletcher said he heard screams in germantown sunday night and he saw carlesha freeland-gaither being grabbed and thrown into a car. he called police while trying to distract the kidnapper. >> i was screaming. yo, yo, what are you doing? i don't know if her screams overpowered mine or whatever if was, he was moving fast. >> fletcher found her glasses and also her cell phone. he said his true reward is that he'll finally be able to sleep knowing that carlesha is home and the suspect is behind bars. of course nbc10 will continue to follow developments in the investigation. now your first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley.
>> it's a chilly start this morning, but the sun is up and we'll see some sunshine before winds blow clouds back into the area with scattered showers. they won't last, they'll be out of here for the weekend and colder air will be riding in on that wind. right now 38 degrees and clouds over mt. pocono and trenton and wilmington with sunshine in the middle 40s. clouds blowing into the area after we get sunshine to start with and with the clouds you can see them with come a chance of a shower and winds are stronger in the pocono mountains to 14 miles per hour and that northwesterly wind a cooling direction for us and be just strong enough this afternoon to blow some scattered light showers into the area. now, not everybody is going to see them, but a possibility late this morning and early this afternoon. 45 in mt. pocono and allentown, quakertown and reading into the low 50s this afternoon. you'll see sunshine to start with and then clouds blowing into doylestown, trenton and mt. holly with a chance of some showers and a slight chance of a
shower for cape may, vineland and dover. inland it will be 50s for wilmington, chester and philadelphia. most of the day will be dry, but an isolated shower is possible today. colder weather will start things off. i'm back in less than ten minutes with your seven-day forecast. our last report jillian was telling us about an accident on the boulevard. >> let's get an update on that and the rest of the roads with first alert traffic reporter jillian mele. >> we're not seeing a delay on the boulevard as a result of that accident. it is still out there, though. depending on how long it stays out there that's when we can see a backup start to build. tough to see through the trees. boulevard backup right at ninth street. right there you can see that vehicle with its flashers on, that's the left lane that is blocking the outer drive. and the right lane blocking the inner drive. make sure you take your time if you're headed out in that direction. in the rhawnhurst section of philadelphia. right near ripply street.
if you want to avoid it at cottman avenue is a good aungez for you, just so you don't run into any delays because of that closure on rhawn. county line road at henry avenue and a live look at 95. right near allegheny avenue. you can see that southbound side, some volume continuing to build out there and drive times definitely indicating a delay of 17 minutes southbound and right now will take you about 24 minutes from woodhaven to the vine. the battle is on. philadelphia teachers wage war to keep their contracts. new this morning, the city of dallas reaches a major milestone in their fight against ebola. and two different stories, one event. it all centers around exactly who killed osama bin laden.
about 6:45. breaking news in burkes county. a murder investigation in reading that happened around 1:00 this morning. investigators found the victim inside the home on green street there. you're looking at green street and that building. officers tell us that they believe the victim ran there after getting shot and we just checked and police have not made any arrests. we'll continue, of course, to follow this story and bring you information as it becomes available in the newsroom. a mother and her boyfriend are in custody this morning for the death of a 3-year-old boy in chester county. jillian tate and gary fellembaum are charged with murder. they used a knotted rope and curtain rod to torture the boy inside their mobile home. the little boy died tuesday night. >> gary fellembaum and jillian
tait tied the two boys up by their feet to a door. >> for someone to do something like that to a child, they have to be possessed or just evil. >> a 6-year-old and an infant were also in the home. both are now in protective custody this morning. another legal maneuver is in the works to stop a school reform commission from canceling philadelphia teacher contracts. the alliance for public schools say the move was a violation of the state's sunshine law. the src called the contracts and ordered teachers to start paying a portion of their health care costs, but there are already lawsuits stopping the action. the latest court move preserves the group's right to challenge the decision under the sunshine act. it is 6:46 right now. and 46 degrees outside. happening today. honor veterans for their service to our country.
six veterans will receive the service medal and eight will get a veterans recognition award at the cherry hill library. who really killed osama bin laden? a former navy s.e.a.l. is stepping forward to take credit for killing bin laden and his story doesn't match one of his teammates. two of the former s.e.a.l.s. are telling different versions of the historic event. robert o'neil identified himself yesterday in "washington post" as the man who killed bin laden but another team member wrote a book that tells a different story. he says three commandos fired shots that hit bin laden. the navy says consequences for leaking classified information. and more than 600 u.s. soldiers believing they were exposed to chemical warfare during the iraq invasion in 2003. that's from a report in "new york times." the pentagon ordered a review of military records an initial report in the "times" last month 17 soldiers were injured by sulfur mustard gas. home depot says hackers
stole millions of e-mails addresses earlier this year and hackers stole some 56 million payment cards earlier this year and now home depot is reporting an additional 53 million e-mail addresses were swiped during a recent breach of its payment data systems. the company is warning customers to watch out for fish scams in their e-mails. the ebola outbreak in texas has ended. as of midnight with 21 days since anyone there got sick or in contact with someone who came down with the virus. that means the monitoring period is over and health officials were monitoring 177 people in the state after a liberian ebola patient died and two nurses became infected. the daughter of an nfl player fighting cancer got the thrill of a lifetime. 4-year-old leah still traveled from philadelphia to cincinnati to watch her dad play an nfl game for the very first time last night. her dad, devon still who went to penn state and now plays for the bengals.
cameras caught the moment before the game of them waving to each other. fans wore his jersey to show support for leah. proceeds have gone to cancer research. getting treatment here in philadelphia at children's hospital of philadelphia, but felt well enough to go to ohio to see her dad play for the very first time in person. also, leaha accepted a check from the bengals for more than $1 million for cancer research. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> we're getting a look at sunshine starting things off, but look in the distance. this is a live view from the adventure aquarium behind the buildings. those are clouds getting ready to blow into the area. not sunny all day. right now 47 degrees with the wind out of the northwest at 9 miles an hour. the winds that will blow the clouds in here and getting some sunshine right now this is the view from here at nbc 10 studios and hard to see the flags blowing and it is in winds gusting to more than 20 miles
per hour. reading, allentown, pottstown and the wind chill is a factor to start with and we will climb into the 50s in spite of this. the clouds that are moving our way and behind those clouds, there's the rain. now, these showers are falling apart, but expect some of them to hold together so we will see scattered showers and won't be the steady rain we had yesterday. future rain showing at 11:00 this morning, the pocono mountains and bucks county getting some rain showers and then into this afternoon, you can see how spotty they become, but there will be a few raindrops expected in delaware and south jersey. just some isolated showers, parts of the area will be dry at 3:00 this afternoon and still be a couple raindrops and a few spotty showers and then it clears out tonight and that clears the way for colder night tonight. today, 50s this afternoon and gusty winds and some scattered light showers during the day. wind will be blowing the showers
through the area and winds gusting to 35 miles per hour. tomorrow, look at the cold to start with. 34 degrees. that's in the city. some of the suburbs will drop into the 20s and will peak at 50 degrees saturday afternoon. a little bit warmer sunday afternoon and after another chilly morning. but then bright sunshine monday near 60 degrees and for veterans day into the of60s. 64 degrees tuesday afternoon. a few showers and look at the cold thursday, high of just 46. nine minutes before 7:00 right now. it is friday, but we have to get you to work first to finish off the week. >> we all like friday, but i don't know anybody likes friday as much as jillian mele. >> who doesn't love friday, really, though. we can get through anything on a friday morning and a few problems out there and nothing too major. through the trees, you can see the flashing lights here on the boulevard northbound and the inner drive right near ninth street and an accident blocking one lane there and volume continuing to build on 76 the eastbound side right near
montgomery drive and normal volume on a lot of the majors like 76, 95 and 422. on the blue route this morning, a disabled vehicle southbound at route 1. on the shoulder not even really blocking anything, but it's still something for you to be aware of. we're dealing with an accident right now county line road at henry avenue. been out there for about 40 minutes. watch for a little delay around that intersection. we're not reporting any problems when it comes to the area bridges and mass transit is on or close to schedule. vai? we have breaking news. the fire at a homeless shelter north philadelphia kills one person. this is a live picture from that scene. new information from fire official os straight ahead. the man accused of two heinous crimes in two states confesses to one of them. nbc 10 chris cato has details on the charges delvin barnes is facing. new information on barnes who is suspected of kidnapping that philadelphia woman and a girl in virginia. up next what police say he showed that virginia girl that
darby where police are looking for an 18-year-old rape suspect who called officials saying he is not turning himself in for the crime. police have to come and find him. right now, you have police in darby and in philadelphia looking for kassim hill. police believe he may be hiding out in west philadelphia. officers say he lured a 14-year-old girl into his mother's house in darby tuesday afternoon and sexually assaulted her. she was able to escape when a witness who heard her cries knocked on the suspect's door. hill is considered armed and dangerous. he is currently on probation for a previous crime. reporting live in darby, katy zachary, nbc 10 news. new information on delvin barnes. police in virginia say he may have other victims out there. now, we already knew that police say they have dna evidence linking barnes to the kidnapping, rape and attempted murder of a 16-year-old richmond girl one month before carlesha's
kidnapping. according to our station in richmond, that girl told us barnes showed her pictures of other women that he also abducted and then he asked her how she wanted to die. she did not die. she manag aged somehow to escap. because he showed her those pictures, they are going to track his movements in virginia and see if it matches up with any other possible missing person's cases in that area. live in our digital operator center, chris caton, nbc 10 news. good morning, i'm jillian mele. 6:58 right now. that fire activity that monique was talking about on north philadelphia out near toronto tre street. if you want to get around it, a fire that happened in the overnight hours and one person has died as a result of that fire. keep that in mind if you're planning to travel in that area. for drivers in new jersey, 42 freeway at creek road. that's the northbound side and little bit of volume and not too
bad at that location and henry avenue, that is the scene of the accident. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> sky force 10 is up and spotting some of the clouds that are blowing through the area. we will see a gusty wind blowing, especially later this morning. that's when clouds will produce a few showers for our area. right now, it's 47 degrees in philadelphia. but lower 40s north and west. rocksboro at 44 and factor in the wind and feels like it's in the 30s in pottstown and 42 in the suburbs at the bus stop and 46 degrees in center city. during the day we'll see sunshine to start with and clouds will blow in on gusty winds and some scattered, light showers at lunchtime and still a few raindrops later this afternoon. >> thank you, bill. "today" show is up next and see you for local updates in about 25 minutes. >> real-time updates any time at nbc10.com. thanks for watching, have a great weekend.
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