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breaking news overnight. the teen couple who sparked a multi-state manhunt because they were wanted on a two-week crime spree have been captured. how police tracked them down and where officers found them. and the south jersey mom accused of setting her newborn baby on fire has been charged with murder. we'll hear from the woman's neighbors ahead in a report coming up. plus get ready for a sunday soaker. rain will be moving in and there is a chance of some icy conditions a little bit later on. the nbc 10 first alert forecast is next. good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 5:30 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the timing of the wet weather. good morning michelle.
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>> good morning, rosemary. yeah we are seeing some rain showing up right now in parts of delaware and extreme southern new jersey. we'll look at radar in just a minute, and we are tracking the timing of this rain. here's a live look outside. you can see some wet roadways in cape may. a great shot right now. showing you exactly what's going on. radar showing us where that rain is right now. you can see some light rain falling in parts of central delaware, southern delaware and extreme southern new jersey. temperatures, they are above freezing in delaware and also new jersey. 41 right now in millville. 42 in atlantic city. 46 right now in wildwood. you look to the north and west we are below freezing. temperatures in the 20s, 26 in pottstown. 22 in reading, 29 in mt. pocono. so the question this morning is will the precip arrive before those temperatures go up? and that's something we're going to watch over the next couple of hours. futurecast as we go throughout time, we'll start to really see that rain filling in. by 8:00 you see a little pink showing up on the map. north and west of philadelphia that is the question mark and that's what we're going to be watching over the next couple of hours if we do get that freezing
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drizzle or even some freezing rain. otherwise, we're looking at a mainly rain event as we go throughout the day, and rain heavy at times, especially throughout parts of delaware and also new jersey you can see some darker shading showing up there. as we go throughout today, plan on a wet one, bring the umbrellas as you head out today. 10:00, 39 degrees. above freezing. that's the good news and up to 41 degrees by lunchtime. and temperatures are going to be mild by this afternoon. we'll talk more about that. we'll talk more about the timing of the rain, talk about the question mark with that freezing rain north and west and talk about sunshine returning on monday. that's in just a few minutes. now to breaking news out of florida. police have captured a teen couple who have been making headlines in connection with an alleged crime spree all across the south. police say officers found 18-year-old dalton hayes and his 13-year-old girlfriend early this morning in panama city beach. the teens were asleep in a truck that was stolen in georgia. hayes is being charged with
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being a fugitive from justice and is awaiting extradition back to kentucky. the 13-year-old girl is now with the florida department of children and families. police in other states have been looking for the couple over the last two weeks. during that time they were accused of stealing trucks and cashing stolen checks. some have dubbed the teen dueo bonnie and clyde, but they are not accused of committing any violent crimes. new from overnight, in our area, philadelphia police are investigating a shooting that sent two people to the hospital. the shooting happened around midnight in the area of adams avenue in the city's frankfort neighborhood. a man was shot in the face. he's in critical condition, and a woman was shot in the chest and arms. she's in stable condition. so far nobody has been arrested. also new from overnight, a man is in critical but stable condition after a driver hit him while he was walking in the cobbs creek section of philadelphia. this happened right along the 5,400 block of baltimore avenue just before 2:00 this morning.
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police tell us that the driver did stop at the scene. no word on exactly what led up to the crash or if any charges will be filed. a burlington county mother is now facing charges, accused of murdering her newborn baby by setting her on fire. it's a story that we first brought to you as breaking news yesterday morning. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in pemberton township. monique? >> reporter: rosemary here at the scene, where there is a growing memorial. let me show you. there's a candle that is lighted. also stuffed teddy bears, stuffed fish a few flowers, as well as flowers and ribbons taped around the post. just beneath it crime scene tape that remains from yesterday. authorities say 22-year-old hyphernkemberly dorvilier of pem ber pem berly township recently gave birth to the baby girl. dorve
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dorvilier is accused of dousing the baby with an accelerant before setting her on fire in the middle of the street late friday night. first responders airlifted the child to children's hospital st. christopher's hospital, but she died a few hours later. a neighbor tells us no one knew dorvilier was pregnant in the university neighborhood where she's from which is not far from the scene. no one also sensed the that anything was wrong. >> i don't care what the problem might be with your children there's so many things and so many places you can take them. you don't have to do anything like that. >> reporter: dorvilier is being held on a $500,000 bail. an autopsy will be done by the county medical examiner. also, the circumstances surrounding the baby's birth remain under investigation. in the next half hour we're going to rehear from a witness. live for now from pemberton
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township monique braxton, nbc 10 news. the water is running again at a busy center city hotel after a water main break cut it off for nearly 12 hours. around 6:00 last night, a water main broke underground, leaking water into the subbasement at the loews hotel. the power lines are down there, so no power or water for guests. the hotel management said they were at full occupancy. >> no power, no water, everything in the dark and actually no heat either so the rooms are getting a little cold but that's all right. >> the power came back on around 9:00 last night and the water started flowing about 30 minutes ago. 12th street between market and chestnut has also reopened. that's the area where the loews hotel is located. that area had been closed while crews were making repairs. we have new information this morning on the condition of the woman injured when a temple university student fell on top of her from eight stories up. the family of erica goodwin says
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she's been upgraded from serious to critical condition. goodwin was hurt when 18-year-old rebecca kim fell out of a center city window thursday night. kim died after landing on goodwin, who was on the sidewalk below. rebecca kim was a freshman at temple university who grew up in montgomery county. police say she fell to her death after climbing out of the window to take pictures. an afternoon at the gym was cut short for some folks in camden county yesterday. they had to be evacuated after witnesses say someone pulled out a gun. a viewer sent us this video from outside of the l.a. fitness in summerdale. people at the gym tell us that an employee was working out there when some type of an altercation happened and he took out a gun. officials evacuated the building. police took the man into custody. in lehigh county we're learning more about a deadly crash between a train and an suv. authorities say 64-year-old terrell mcday became disoriented before turning on to the tracks ss
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on friday night and getting her car stuck. an oncoming freight day couldn't stop in time and ran into her car. officials have ruled mcday's death as accidental. topd today, there will be no supervised visitation inside court. operations are expected to be back to normal on tuesday. some changes go into effect today for bus riders in delaware. first, there's an increase in fares. for example, on the statewide fixed route, the cash fare is now $1.75. that's a 25 cent increase. d.a.r.t. has also made some service changes, including time changes, to more than a dozen bus routes. so you may want to make sure to check the schedule before you travel today. the french on high alert. violent protests break out at the french embassy in yemen, as security forces continue to hunt
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down terror suspects following the deadly attacks in paris. all right. all is quiet in philadelphia right now in terms of the weather. we're waking up to mostly cloudy skies. temperatures right around the freezing mark. so a chilly start to the day, but we are tracking some rain. it's going to be heavy at times in some areas. we may even see some freezing drizzle. more about that coming up. when you've got something to share, you need upload speed. and only verizon fios gives you upload speeds... fast as your download speeds.
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this weekend, there is fear in europe and fury in parts of the muslim world. you're looking at a violent protest yesterday in the west african nation of niger. france used to rule niger. angry crowds burned churches and at least ten people are dead. in pakistan, demonstrators attacked a french consulate. it's all in response to the publication of another cartoon of the prophet muhammad by the french satirical magazine "charlie hebdo." a frenchman believed to have ties to one of the gunman in the "charlie hebdo" massacre appeared in a bulgaria court
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friday. police arrested the suspect on new year's day as he tried to cross into turkey. authorities believe that he is linked to the terrorists who killed 12 people at farris offices of the magazine last week. bulgaria courts will now decide whether he will be extradited to france. in the philippines this morning, an estimated 3 million people turned out for pope francis' final mass in the country. worshippers braved the wind and the rain during the outdoor service in manila. the pope urged people there to protect their children from sin and to give them hope. pope francis dedicated his four-day trip to the philippines to the poor. about a quarter of the people who lived there live in poverty. organizers expected as many as 6 million people to turn out for the mass. today, some lawmakers continue their visit to cuba as officials for both countries move forward with a new relationship. last month the obama administration loosened trade and travel restrictions that have been in place for over half a century. a delegation of six democrats are talking with cuban officials
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about whether the country is ready for an influx of american tourists. the trip wraps up tomorrow. talk about an icy good time. yesterday, crowds braved the cold to take part in the annual polar bear plunge in wildwood cape may county. and this year, a drone caught the action from above. the event was all for a good cause, benefiting the special olympics of new jersey. it was cold yesterday, but as we see, sunny. today, a very different picture. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the rain on this sunday. and michelle you were telling me this is very much a wait-and-see situation. we know the rain's coming but there's an issue with potential ice? >> perfect. we know the rain's coming that's a definite. but we don't know if the temperatures will rise north and west before that rain gets there. that's what we'll have to watch over the next couple of hours. otherwise, we're looking at a wet day today. it's going to be a wet one. some heavy rain falling as we
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head throughout the afternoon, and that could be a sharp cutoff from northwest to what we're seeing. the south, delaware parts of new jersey they're going to see some very wet weather. to the north and west they may get the freezing drizzle, but they also may not see a lot of that rain. a good sunday morning to you. get ready, get the umbrellas weather. you'll see that rain falling. the question rosemary brought up, freezing rain to the north and west. we'll watch this as the rain moves in will the temperatures rise before that rain gets there. you only need a tiny bit of ice to cause some problems and that's something we're going to watch. otherwise, we're looking at a sunday soaker. everyone will see rain depending on where you are. the sunshine returns on monday. and we're looking at a windy day on monday, also. taking a look outdoors right now, we're looking at mostly cloudy skies in philadelphia. so the rain's not in philadelphia yet. 30 degrees right now. we are still below freezing here, winds out of the northeast at 6 miles per hour. and we're 11 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. it was a cold one yesterday. we topped out right above the freezing mark. temperatures right now, you see to the north and west we are
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below freezing. 28 in allentown, 26 in lancaster, 28 in westchester, 30 in philadelphia. sliding down to the south and east, we are above freezing here. we're already seeing some rain falling in parts of southern new jersey and also delaware. 39 in dover. 42 in stone harbor and 42 in atlantic city. so taking a look at radar, yeah we are tracking some wet weather right now. you can see parts of southern delaware and extreme southern new jersey seeing some rain falling. the good news is though we are seeing temperatures above freezing there. so the hope is that as it moves north, that everyone will be seeing above freezing temperatures. future weather, as we go throughout time here we're going to track this for you, by 8:00 really starting to fill in to the south, but you notice a little pink showing up north and west of philadelphia. and there's that question mark of what it will be following at that hour. and at 11:00, it really fills in and overtakes the entire hour. we're looking at rain maybe a little freezing stuff in the poconos and the lehigh valleys. that will be it everywhere else
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we're seeing that rain. some yellow and orange indicating heavier rain. localized flooding there. 12:00, same story. as we head throughout the afternoon, we'll start to see this push off to the north and east. this is the story by 3:00. and then by dinnertime, it's out of here. maybe some leftover drizzle, that would be about it. some clouds left over at 7:00. and then it clears out overnight and we wake up to sunshine and we're looking at windy conditions on monday in the wake of that low pressure system. so futurecast in terms of how much rain we're expecting, it's a big, big cutoff. you can see just north of i-95 we're looking at maybe an inch a little over an inch and then towards new jersey we could see close to 2 inches in toms river, close to an inch and a half in atlantic city. then the poconos, hardly seeing anything as well as the lehigh valley. so again, that sharp cutoff today. today, rain some heavy at times, especially in delaware and parts of southern new jersey, freezing rain north and west. there is a question mark 42 to 45. winds out of the southeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. 40 for today. a mild one by monday colder, 48. sunshine returns.
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it will be windy, also feels colder than the twa 48 degrees. chance for some rain and snow. a clipper system will move through. we may be seeing that. 36 on thursday. still cold on saturday and sunday, but high pressure keeping us dry. mostly sunny on saturday. 36. >> thanks, michelle. still ahead, a local cop caught on camera. he wasn't breaking the law, he was breaking it down. you won't believe which pop star he was listening to. and the flyers put an end to a scoring drought in buffalo last night. we'll tell you if they also stopped their two-game losing streak. highlights are coming up next. plus an update onty moenty monan's blood clots and his future with the team.
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the flyers entered the night haven't been shutout in 17 periods, facing the buffalo sabers. what gives? flyers up one, mark strike turns the puck over and gets gerg genson's skates all alone. but denies him. zest doing all he can once again after a shot goes off the post. can't cover it up though and it's there for the rebound and the sabers tied at 2, third period still tied. chris vand veldy, good night. his fourth goal of the season. flyers win. they needed it, 4-3. flyers gm ron haxall announced that the blood clotted in kimmo timonen's legs have cleared, but others have not. >> obviously, the lung is good news. whether we have to go through some -- we have to get more
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doctor's reports and we're going to talk to the doctors in the next few days and try to figure out a direction here. the biggest thing i want to know is risk. is there risk? because i'm not putting him at risk. to the hardwood now, the sixers waste no time after that big win over the pel cannes. michael carter williams a man about his business takes it to the ten with an acrobatic layup. he led the sixers, but it wasn't the sixers' night. look at this. picked off by kyle singer. sixers lose 107-89. busy saturday at the local college hardwood. five of the 16 in action. trying to complete a perfect run at west philly. this will help. brian from deep daniel couldn't be stopped in this one. the big fella, game-high 12
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points. ten boards helps villanova pull away with a 62-47 victory. how about temple taking on cincinnati without senior will cummings who's sitting out with a leg injury. they could have used him. late first half getting pressure. clinton decozy breaks the pressure with this alley-oop to jalen bond after he delivers two of his nine points on the night. temple outscored by 30 in the second half and loses to cincinnati 84-53. in lasalle jordan price with a nice drive. rice, a big fella, going with a little lefty baby hook in the paint. he had 11. the scores hand the rams their fifth straight conference loss 60-49. the halftime of yesterday eat game lasalle honored the 1989-90 explorers. the national play of the year. lionel simmons, the l-train, helped the explorers go 30-1 in the regular season winning their conference championships
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and the big five. also in hoops, drexel knocked off delaware in newark. if you're looking to make some improvements to your house, the philadelphia home show will give you plenty of ideas. the home show opened yesterday at the pennsylvania convention center in center city. the show features the latest trends in remodeling decorating, and gardening. there are plenty of experts on hand to dish out advice. tomorrow, by the way, is hero's day, so any military firefighters, police and teachers can get in for free. the show is also open next weekend. dash cam confessional. a local police officer channels his inner taylor swift. the viral video that millions can't stop watching. that's next. i'm keith jones for nbc 1010 at issue. >> violent crime is down after nearly two years after a new police department took to the
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streets. >> crime has definitely turned around. they've got police everywhere. everywhere. >> what's the secret to their success? plus race in america. how do we talk to each other without losing our cool? and destination philadelphia. the city's getting a lot of love from a place that often looks down at our town. is this really the making of an urban outdoor oasis? coming up this morning at 11:30, following "meet the press," only on nbc 10. has helped thousands of people let go of all the hassle that comes with selling or trading in. we make selling your car truck or suv fast, safe and fair with three simple steps: one -- get your free online valuation. two -- drive to your local car-buying center. three -- walk out with a check in as little as thirty minutes. buying cars is all we do. all makes and models and no dealership pressure we'll even settle your loan or lease. so, don't wait.
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a dover police officer is getting quite a bit of attention because of a dash cam video. it has nothing to do with an arrest, nothing like that. it's because of his lip syncing. check it out. ♪ i'm just going to shake, shake, shake ♪ ♪ shake it off, shake it off ♪ >> the department posted this video on his facebook page on friday. you can see master corporal jeff davis does a whole lot of shaking to taylor swift's "shake it off" while he's driving his patrol car. at times, his expression gets serious as other cars pass by but then he gets right back into the song.
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the video has already been viewed more than 6 million times. to watch the entire thing and to hear more about why the department released this video, you can visit the new nbc 10 app or go to our website, people in our area and around the country are making plans for dr. martin luther king jr. day. tomorrow, vice president joe biden will be in wilmington for the annual organization of minority women mlk breakfast. the vice president will speak at the event, which commemorates king's legacy. it takes place at the chase center. also tomorrow more than 100,000 volunteers will come together for the 20th annual greater philadelphia martin luther king day of service. it is the largest king day event in the entire country. this weekend, students got the chance to see a special free screening of the film "selma." the movie is about dr. king and the historic march from selma to
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montgomery alabama, during the civil rights movement. the city of philadelphia and local businesses have raised more than $40,000 to allow students to watch the film as part of the students for selma initiative. the time right now is 5:58. this morning nbc 10's monique braxton is live in burlington county, where a young mother is accused of setting fire to her newborn baby. monique? >> reporter: rosemary she brought her baby here to this wooded area in a remote part of pemberton township. and you can see a memorial is growing. we'll talk to the fire department about what alternatives this young mother had, after the break. all right. we're waking up to a cloudy day in philadelphia but we're tracking some rain. it's going to be heavy at times, especially in parts of new jersey and also delaware. a live look outside. we're looking at temperatures right around the freezing mark in fmdphiladelphia. we'll talk about the threat for freezing rain north and west, that's all straight ahead.
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charged with murder. a south jersey mother is accused of killing her own baby by lighting her on fire. we're live at the scene with what's next in the investigation.


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