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morning in cumberland county where one person was shot overnight. we'll have an update on the investigation. remembering fallen philadelphia police officer, robert wilson. how the community is coming together today to pay tribute. it is not spring yet, but we are getting closer. here is a live look at boathouse row, where temperatures right now are already much warmer than they were this time yesterday. good morning and welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this sunday. let's get right to that forecast with meteorologist michelle grossman, who is tracking the dry and quiet conditions outside. nice for a change right, michelle? >> nice to be able to say that. good morning rosemary. it's been weeks and weeks and weeks where we've had these stormy weekends. not this weekend. we are looking at a quiet day. we had a quiet day yesterday and today. we'll take both days. a live look outside. we are looking from our adventure aquarium camera and the week snowmelt does continue. we're looking at that weekend warm-up continuing and right now we're waking up to temperatures
anywhere from 14 up to 33 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. in mt. pocono 22 degrees warmer than in time yesterday. philadelphia, 14 degrees warmer. and look at millville, 33 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. you will feel the difference when you step out. we are lacking at temperatures in the 20s and 30s. so temperatures above freezing in most spots. and if you're not above freezing, it's not going to take long to get there. 33 in washington township 24 in wrightstown, 30 in kennett square. to the north and west looking at temperatures mainly in the 20s and 30s. 28 in allentown, 21 in lancaster. although a cold spot 23 in bluebell. radar showing us -- actually let's go south and east. 37 at the atlantic city airport and 38 in dover. radar showing us that all is quiet and we're looking at a nice day, partly sunny skies throughout the day. 39 by 9:00. by noon temperatures into the 40s and 48 degrees by 3:00 p.m. we'll take it. warmer today and warmer during your mid-week.
we'll look at that straight ahead. thank you, michelle. this morning we continue to follow breaking news in vineland cumberland county. police tell us that one person was shot late last night at 2nd and grape streets. when our crew got there, police had an area taped off and their investigation seemed to focus on this car. we spoke with one neighbor who tells us that the area has seen a recent increase in violence. >> i definitely live right here and a lot of this gun, you know shooting, one another has been going on a lot here in vineland. vineland never used to be like this. >> there's no word right now on the condition of the shooting victim. we will bring you new information on this breaking news story as soon as we get it. today, the community will come together to remember philadelphia police officer, robert wilson when died in the line duty trying to send off two robbers. both subjects are facing first-degree murder and attempted robbery charges. ramon wilson and carlton hipps are brothers.
hipps was wounded in the shoot-out with officer wilson. this morning he remains in the hospital, still wearing officer wilson's handcuffs. jesse gary is live in north philadelphia where just a few hours from now, many will gather at a church service for the slain officers. >> reporter: i spoke with reverend steven thorne about this remembrance service that he's holding, unofficial. you've got to remember that officer wilson did not attend this church and the reverend didn't know him. still, the reverend says he lives in this community, the church is part of the community, and this slaying has definitely touched this community. yesterday, nbc 10 was the first station to talk to the slain officer's family and neighbors in west philadelphia. his grandmother, constance wilson showed us citations, diplomas, awards that covered a wall inside her home. she says her grandson who's been with her since the age of 2, she affectionately calls him robbie. she says he was a good man and a committed father. >> robbie is he's a fun guy.
he loves life. he's just nice. he's just a nice guy. if he came to you and met you, he would probably hug you. hi, and give you a kiss you know? he was always that type of person. he's just a good guy. >> reporter: today's special remembrance mass starts at 10:00. at noon there's a peace rally near the shooting scene, and ministers from surrounding churches in the 22nd and 39th police districts will gather outside the 22nd and pray for officers in that district who lost one of their own. we're going to have more from people who knew officer wilson the best throughout the morning. his family and neighbors, every half hour. we'll talk to you again at 6:30. live in north philadelphia i'm jesse gary nbc 10 news. >> thank you, jesse. all across the country, people are reacting to officer wilson's death, including actor and comedian, dan aykroyd. he says he will donate money to wilson's family. so did members of california's gaming community. to learn more you can go to our nbc 10 news app.
this morning, only nbc 10 as this surveillance video of a fight that witnesses say led to the police-involved shooting in philadelphia's old city neighborhood. we first told you about this yesterday morning. witnesses heard gunshots as the fight at 2nd and market streets was breaking up. they say that the men jumped into a car to get away from the gunfire. police saw that car turn the wrong way on to chestnut street. according to investigators, the driver was approaching the officers there, so the officers started shooting at the car. the car then crashed into a fence. the two officers are on administrative duty while internal affairs investigates. police say the driver will be charged with reckless driving. one person is in the hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg, was police still do not know and have not confirmed exactly who shot the man. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for two armed men who robbed a grocery store in the olney section of the city. the bandits attacked two employees working at the lien
phong food market last night. a woman was injured and was taken to the hospital. we're working to find more on her condition. now to news from our jersey shore bureau, police in atlantic county are trying to figure out how two people died. their bodies were discovered inside a room at the best western in west horse pike in pleasantville. medical workers tried to revive them, but they were unsuccessful. later today, the search will resume for a missing teen from delaware county. some 200 volunteers spanned out yesterday to look for 13-year-old cayman naib. his family says that he left his house in newtown square on wednesday and never came home. searchers went door to door yesterday, asking folks if they had seen anybody matching cayman's description. according to police at this point, there are no signs of foul play in his disappearance. another 13-year-old from our area is missing. philadelphia police are looking for nigh nysirah harris who
suffers from depression and was wearing a white shirt, blue jean jacket before she disappeared. if you have any information on her whereabouts, philadelphia police would like to hear from you. next a freight train erupts into this fireball after a crash in canada. the potentially dangerous material it was carrying when it jumped the tracks. all right. yesterday, we reached a high of 41 degrees. today we'll tack on about 7 degrees on top of that. so continuing our weekend warm-up, and even warmer as we head during the midweek. right now, we're looking at partly cloudy skies, waking up to partly cloudy skies and see a mixture of sun and clouds throughout the day. a nice quiet sunday. we'll take it. details, straight ahead.
chunk on lake michigan. the two boys were walking along the wisconsin side of the lake when the section of ice they were standing on broke free and drifted offshore. one teen had his cell phone and called 911. divers were then able to swim out to the boys and pull them back to safety. we're waking up to temperatures anywhere from 15 up to 30 degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. a cold start to your sunday still, but a quiet start. we are looking at partly cloudy skies and we'll see a mixture of sun and clouds throughout the day. temperatures mainly in the 20s to 30s. a lot of spots though above freezing. 33 right now in millville. 37 in atlantic city. 33 in mt. pocono. 28 degrees right now in philadelphia. mainly in the 20s to the north and west. 26 in reading. 38 degrees in dover. and 37 at the atlantic city airport. now, you factor in the winds, and winds will be breezy as we head throughout the late morning into the early afternoon hours. right now, they're fairly light, but we're still seeing
windchills anywhere from 20 degrees in philadelphia feels like 20 in pottstown, feeling like 29 in millville. and it feels like the freezing mark in atlantic city. temperatures, they will rise today. we reached a high of 41 degrees yesterday, and today, closer to 50 degrees, which is normal for this time of year. as we go throughout the afternoon hours, i think we'll top out right around 48 degrees, with the breezy though it's going to feel a little cooler than that. by 3:00 42 in allentown, 45 in lancaster, 41 in atlantic city. and some spots may make it over the 50-degree mark. today, not as cold. it will be breezy a mixture of sun and clouds. northwestern suburb zones, may be the poconos could see a few flurries. 47 to 50. and it's probably the bigger story today, winds out of the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour, but gusting over 20. we'll talk more about the weekend warm-up and also a bigger warm-up in your seven-day, that's all straight ahead. events continue in selma, alabama, today to mark the 50th anniversary of bloody sunday. this is a live look at the edmund pettus bridge.
this afternoon civil rights veterans will lead a symbolic walk across the bridge where police attacked civil rights demonstrators in 1965. yesterday, the nation's first african-american president retraced the steps. president obama was joined by his family members of congress and some people who were there 50 years ago. that march in 1965 is considered a turning point in the civil rights movement. just a few months afterward, president lyndon b. johnson signed a voting rights act, which prohibited discrimination against african-americans in voting. next the iditarod dogsled race in alaska is running into some problems this year. why the opening ceremonies had to be postponed.
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pretty incredible video out of ontario, canada. this is a freight train derail derailment and fire that happened yesterday morning. amateur video captured the fireball and the smoke after the train carrying crude oil jumped the tracks. nobody here was hurt, but officials are telling residents of the nearby town to stay inside to avoid breathing in the smoke. this by the way, is the third oil train derailment in ontario in the past months and is raising concerns about safety of shipping crude oil by train. the nigerian extremist group boko haram is now pledging its allegiance to isis. that pledge showed up on twitter yesterday. reports say it came from boko haram's leader. officials are blaming the militant group for several suicide bomb attacks police say killed or wounded dozens of people in nigeria yesterday. according to analysts, the twitter pledge shows that boko haram is getting help from isis in putting out propaganda through social media.
president obama says he learned only last week about hillary clinton use of a private e-mail account for government business while she was secretary of state. the president told a tv interviewer yesterday that he's glad clinton said she wants those e-mails made public. clinton said she turned over all el relevant e-mails for review. the clinton controversy coming ups at 10:30 on nbc 10. the teen who overdosed on pure caffeine powder is now suing amazon and other distributors. pure caffeine is not regulated. a teaspoon is equivalent to 25 cups of coffee. last may, logan steiner was found dead after taking the powder. he had about 23 times as much caffeine in his system as the typical coffee or soda.
a lawyer for his family says the product's label contributed to the overdose. >> inadequate in terms of the dosage, it's inadequate in terms of the instructions for use. >> i think it should be off the market banned unless it's in the hands of a licensed pharmaceutical company. >> nbc news reached out to the defendant. only amazon provided a formal response saying it does not comment on active litigation. the iditarod dogsled race in alaska is running into a little bit of problems because of the lack of snow. yesterday, officials held opening ceremonies for the annual event. because of unseasonably warm weather out there and the lack of snow in anchorage, the race has been moved 300 miles north. the race officially gets underway tomorrow. the boston area has taken a huge financial hit from all the snow they had this winter. i'm guessing the folks in anchorage are saying, give it to us. an economic analyst firm
estimates that new england lost nearly $1 billion in wages and profits alone. retailers and restaurants are among the hardest hit. a series of storms dumped more than 8 feet of snow over a month's time. all right. a good sunday morning. just a reminder it's the 6:00 hour. we sprung forward at 2:00 a.m., daylight savings time, so now we are in the 6:00 hour, just in case you haven't turned your clox ahead one hour. weather headlines on this sunday morning, i think you're going to like it. we are milder today compared to this time yesterday. we'll be milder this afternoon, about 7 degrees milder in some spots. by tuesday, we're going to be tracking some showers, so i think you'll need your umbrella late tuesday in the afternoon to evening hours and then early on wednesday, before you can put it back away. 50s midweek, and temperatures 50s on wednesday. also on thursday. so, right now, we're looking at 28 degrees in philadelphia. winds out of the west-southwest at 8 miles per hour. 14 degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. temperatures mainly in the 20s to 30s. so a cold start, yes, but
compared to yesterday, doing much, much better. 33 degrees in mt. pocono right now. 21 in lancaster. lancaster, 28 degrees in philadelphia. 37 in atlantic city. 38 degrees in dover. it is 33 degrees in glassboro. so some temperatures 35 degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. a live look outside. we are quiet right now, we are dark. we'll see the sun rising in the 7:00 hour and also setting right around 7:00 later on this evening. when the sun does right, we're looking at partly sunny skies throughout the day. winds, relatively calm right now. not a big deal but we will see winds picking up throughout the morning and the afternoon hours. so breezy at times, even gusting to 20 25 miles per hour. so it may feel a little cooler than the actual air temperature. here's a look at the future wind gusts. by 3:00 in the afternoon, 24-mile-per-hour wind gusts in philadelphia up to 24-mile-per-hour wind gusts in allentown, and same story along the shore points as well. we'll see the winds dying back down tonight and the clouds filling in. all quiet tonight, partly sunny skies. the bigger story being
moderating temperatures and also some breezy conditions. clouds filling in tonight, may a few showers or flurries to the north and west but not amounting to anything. clouds start out monday and sunshine by the afternoon and actually a pretty nice monday afternoon. winds will be calm and temperatures close to 50 degrees, once again, before that rain comes in later on tuesday. today, 47 to 50. enjoy it. not as cold. it will be breezy at times, gusting to 20 miles per hour. seven-day forecast 48 today. by monday clouds start out, some sunshine in the afternoon, very close to our normal high of 50. tuesday, clouds will be the rule afternoon to evening showers, 48 wednesday may start out with a shower as well, otherwise, looking at mostly cloudy skies, but mild. 55. 50 on thursday. breezy, chance for showers both friday and saturday, temperatures in the mid- to upper 40s. you only have one more opportunity to get a taste of spring. today is the last day of the philadelphia flower show at the pennsylvania convention center. the theme this year celebrating
the movies. there are also some new exhibits featuring exotic flowers. again, today's the last day. next a man caught on camera buying marijuana. but he's not trying to hide it. why he's calling his habit historical. i'm keith jones for "nbc 10 @ issue." join me today when i go one on one with philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey. >> we also have a larger responsibility, and that's to protect the rights of individuals. to protect people. >> fixing the nation's law enforcement. the president taps philadelphia's top cop to get the job done. police commissioner charles ramsey gives us insights about the solutions his new task force is recommending. but will they work? plus controversy on capitol hill. >> in this deadly game of thrones, there's no place for america or for israel. so when it comes to iran and isis the enemy of your enemy is your enemy. >> prime minister benjamin
netanyahu gave a pivotal speech that divided an already fractured u.s. congress even further, not to mention the american jewish community. local leaders weigh in. and the tax man cometh. the philadelphia homeowners who get by with a little help from your friends. we'll have details on the program that has you foot the bill that you may not know exists. coming up this morning at 11:30 following "meet the press" only on nbc 10.
been a very different story. but today, in north bonneville washington, the mayor wants everyone to know about his historic purchase. it's the first made at the cannabis corner the first government-run recreational marijuana store in the country. >> it is a feeling of relief and excitement. it's taken a year and a half of the hard work of all these people on the board and the staff to get to this point. >> reporter: mayor don stevens has been a recreational pot smoker since high school but that's not why he pushed for this. north bonneville has been in an economic pit for years. he saw this as a way to dig out of it. money earned at the municipality-run pot shop will go into a government-run pot, so to speak not the city's general fund. but the city can apply for grants to use it. >> we've already been talking with them about maybe upgrading the city park for the kids. our park right now is pretty pathetic. we have two little swings that have little bucket seats where if you're bigger than a toddler,
you can't even sit in them. >> reporter: the pot is brought in. >> you done have to go to amsterdam anymore. >> reporter: a friendly bud the ender -- >> kind of like bartenders. >> reporter: will help you bring what you want. just bring your driver's license and responsibility to prove you're an adult. >> i really like it with a positive spin on it. it's not going to be like we're selling drugs. >> reporter: actually that's exactly what they're doing. but it's legal now. a concept everyone's still getting used to kind of like selling pot to help a city back on its feet. >> just leading the way for the entire nation in you know, what's long overdue. the time right now is 6:26. that's nbc's katherine cook reporting. nbc 10's jesse gary is live in north philadelphia for us this morning where later on today, people will pack a local church to remember slain officer, robert wilson. jesse? >> reporter: that's right, rosemary. they'll try to help this city deal with the loss of this
well-liked officer. we'll talk more about the service here and what his family and friends are saying about officer wilson, coming up. all right. weather wise we are quiet today. we were quiet yesterday. we have sunshine. a little bit of cloud cover as well. today we'll see a mixture of sun and clouds once again. a live look outside. we are waking up to temperatures anywhere from 15 up to 35 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. i'll have your details, straight ahead. ♪ ♪ wow something sounds sweet in here!!!! ♪ ♪ need a little honey in
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this morning remembering fallen philadelphia police officer, robert willson. we'll bring you the emotional interview with his family in just a few moments. and later today, hundreds of volunteers will continue to search for a missing teenager from delaware county. coming up, details from police about his disappearance. old man winter is quiet this morning. here is a live look at citizens bank park in south philly.
phils will be back soon from spring training as we get baseball season underway. almost there, but right now, we're still trying to get out of winter. good morning. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 on this sunday. let's get right to the sunday forecast with meteorologist michelle grossman. i guess we're calling this something of a weekend warm-up, right, michelle? >> absolutely. compared to where we have been it's going to feel good to us at least. and we're closer to our normal high of 50 degrees. and some spots may even reach 50 degrees. i think we can definitely call it a weekend warm-up. we'll melt some of the snow that's out there. a live look outside from our cape may camera. all is quiet. looking at partly sunny skies across the area. we'll see partly sunny skies throughout the day once that sun does officially get going. right now, we are anywhere from 14 degrees warmer than yesterday. 24 warmer in allentown compared to him too yesterday and 33 in millville. right now we're looking at temperatures anywhere from 20s, 30s, so it is a cold start, 28
degrees in philadelphia. 22 in chester springs. 24 in wrightstown. to the north and west, mainly 20s and 30s as well. along the shore points some temperatures into the upper 30s. 38 right now in avalon as well as dover. 33 in millville and 30 in woodbine. radar is clear and we're looking at a clear day maerltpartly sunny skies. may see a few flurries in parts of the poconos. otherwise, partly sunny skies. by noon up to 43 and by 3:00 p.m., 48 degrees. a nice one today. mild again, once again, on monday, and then a big warm-up by the midweek. we'll talk more about that coming up. thank you, michelle. now to breaking news in cumberland county. police are investigating a shooting there that left one person hurt. nbc 10 was on the scene at second and grape streets in vineland, where a neighbor told us she heard gunshots around 11:30 last night. you can see that police blocked off the area while officers appeared to be searching this
car. we are staying in touch with police this morning to get more details about what happened. we will update their investigation throughout our newscast. this morning, the community will come together to remember philadelphia police officer, robert wilson who was shot dead in the line of duty during an attempted robbery. both suspects in the case are facing first-degree murder and attempted robbery charges. ramon williams and carlton hipps are brothers. hipps was wounded in the shoot-out and remains in the hospital, still wearing officer wilson's handcuffs. jesse gary is live in philadelphia where in just a few hours, many will gather at a church service for the slain officer. and this loss has touched many people throughout the city. >> reporter: that is exactly right, rosemary. the remembrance service here begins at 10:00 this morning. it's important to remember, this is unofficial but reverend steven thorne says even though
he did not know officer wilson the church is part of the community and this slaying has greatly impacted this community. yesterday, nbc 10 was the first television station to speak to the slain officer's family and friends in west philadelphia. his family says wilson a west philadelphia high school graduate, was committed to his job and two sons a 9-year-old and one that's just 12 months old. and neighbors describe him as carrying and helpful. >> he often stopped and had talks with me and he made sure if he saw me he would carry my groceries, put anymy trash can out. you know he was helpful. >> reporter: later today, ministers from the surrounding churches will gather at the 22nd and pray for officers in that district, who lost one of their own. that comes after a noon peace rally near the shooting scene over at 22nd and lehigh. we'll have much more throughout the morning about officer wilson
from the people who knew him best in west philadelphia. we're live in north philadelphia, though jesse gary nbc 10 news. for the second night in a row, the 76ers honored the officer wilson. last night as the team came on to the court, they wore t-shirts with the officer's name on them. and friday before the game the philadelphia police explorer cadet unit paid tribute to officer wilson, by presenting colors during the national anthem. all across the country, people have been reacting to officer wilson's death including actor and comedian dan aykroyd. he had said that he will donate money to wilson's family. so did members of california's gaming community. to learn more you can get some information on our nbc 10 news app. now to an update on a story that we brought to you as breaking news yesterday morning. only nbc 10 has this surveillance video of a fight that witnesses say led to a police-involved shooting the in philadelphia's old city neighborhood. we spoke with a woman who saw
the fight at second and market streets. she said someone threatened her groups of friends. and then as the fight was breaking up they all heard gunshots. that's when the woman's boyfriend jumped into this car with his brother and another friend. >> we just got into an altercation and someone threatened to shoot us so once we hear gunshots we're leaving. we're running. >> according to police the car turned the wrong way on to chestnut street. investigators say the driver was approaching the officers who were there, so the officers started shooting at the car, which then crashed into a fence. the two officers involved are on administrative duty while internal affairs investigates. police say that the man behind the wheel will be charged with reckless driving. meanwhile, one person is in the hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg, but police have not confirmed exactly who shot him. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for two armed men who robbed a grocery store in the omni section of the city. the bandits attacked two
employees working at the lien phong food market. a woman was injured and taken to the hospital. we're working to find out more on her condition. later today, the search will resume for a missing teen from delaware county. some 200 volunteers spanned out yesterday to look for 13-year-old cayman naib. his family says he left his house in newtown square on wednesday and never came home. searchers went door to door yesterday, asking people if they had seen anybody matching cayman's description. >> we're desperately hoping that he's just hiding somewhere. >> one can only hope obviously. but, a lot of scenarios go through your mind. >> police say at this point, there are no signs of foul play in cayman's disappearance. another 13-year-old from our area is missing. philadelphia police are looking for nysirah harris who was last seen at her home in kingsessing on wednesday night.
she suffers from depression and was wearing a white shirt, blue jeans, and a blue jean jacket when she disappeared. if you have any information about her whereabouts philadelphia police would like to hear from you. a $10,000 reward is now being offered for information in a deadly hit-and-run right around christmas. the emotional plea from the victim's family. protests erupt in wisconsin over the weekend after the deadly shooting of an unarmed african-american teen. the new details about the officer accused of pulling the trigger. all right. milder this morning, and we're going to be milder later on this afternoon into the upper 40s. in some spots, even reaching 50 degrees. a live look outside. we are looking at partly cloudy skies right now. once the sun rises in the 7:00 hour, we will see partly sunny skies. we'll have a big warm-up for your workweek, that's all coming up.
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welcome back on this sunday morning. if you step out this morning, you'll feel some big-time changes. a lot warmer compared to this time yesterday. a live look from the pocono mountains. a great day to get out and ski. we're going to be relatively mild. right now, we're looking at temperatures mainly in the 30s and we are anywhere from 14 up to 33 degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. so temperatures mainly above freezing south and east of philadelphia, 33 in millville. 37 in atlantic city. 38 degrees in dover. right at 28 degrees in philadelphia. mainly in the 20s to the north and west. 28 in allentown. 21 degrees in lancaster. 33 in mt. pocono. so we are off to a cold start, but a lot milder compared to this time yesterday. you factor in the winds, the winds really not an issue right
now. it feels like 20 in philadelphia. feeling like 28 in allentown. feels like just 21 in lancaster. in the south and east we're looking at air temperatures above freezing but it feels like the 20s in millville. feeling like just 29 degrees. winds right now on the light side, but as we go throughout the day here late morning into the early afternoon hours, we're going to see them rising to near -- gusting to near 25 miles per hour at times. we'll keep that in mind later on this afternoon. otherwise, it's a quiet day. it's a nice day. not as cold breezy, 47 to 50 degree degrees. probably topping out around 48 in philadelphia. we'll talk more about the weekend warm-up and the 50s that are in the forecast for wednesday. we'll talk about that, straight ahead. the reward for an arrest in a deadly hit-and-run that killed a philadelphia woman has now reached $10,000. ♪ happy birthday dear teresa ♪ >> last night, teresa posey's family and friends held a vigil on what would have been her 34th birthday. pozi was killed crossing state
road in hopelessberg just two days before christmas this past year. investigators say that she was hit by a tow truck and the driver never stopped. surveillance video captured the truck speeding down the road. another $5,500 was added to the reward for an arrest before the end of this month. next -- >> as i reached to pay, i looked to my left and there's two guys coming in mad with guns. >> next a popular cheesesteak shop is robbed. customers held at gunpoint and witnesses describe the terrifying encounter, coming up. and this wasn't your average party crasher, a st. patrick's day party goes terribly wrong at one college. a roof collapse sent dozens of students to the ground.
philadelphia police are looking for two men who robbed jim's steaks in west philadelphia. the holdup happened early yesterday morning. several customers and employees told police that the robbers ordered everybody to the floor. >> i'm paying. as i reach to pay, i look to my left, and there's two guys coming in mad with guns saying get on the floor. took everyone's money. took the register. >> police say the two robbers ran out of the restaurant with cash from the register and from two customers. nobody was hurt. new this morning, the delaware naacp is calling for a special investigation into a shooting involving wilmington police. that's according to the news journal. marvin jones is a quadriplegic who has been on life-support since the shooting with police in january. originally, police said that jones had shot at the officers. now they say he never actually pulled the trigger, was pointed a gun at the officers.
in madison, wisconsin, protests have erupted this weekend after the death of an unarmed african-american man shot by police. dozens of demonstrators gathered outside the police department yesterday. authorities say 19-year-old tony robinson was shot in his apartment friday night. according to police officer matt kenny had forced his way into the apartment after hearing a disturbance while responding to a call and robinson attacked him. >> i want to be very transparent. he was unarmed. >> the police chief also revealed during that news conference that officer kenny shot and killed a suspect in 2007, was was cleared of any wrongdoing. kenny is now on administrative leave while the state division of criminal investigation looks into this shooting. tomorrow the boston marathon bombing trial will resume in massachusetts and more
emotional testimony is expected. last week nearly 20 witnesses called by the prosecution took the stand. the jury heard two days of graphic testimony from victims, their family members, and first responders. the jury also saw new images of the attacks that killed three people and injured hundreds. lawyers for dzhokar tsarnaev admit that their client committed the crime, but his brother was the mastermind. as we mark the anniversary of the disappearance of malaysian airlines flight 370, there is new investigation about the crash. the battery of the plane's underwater locator beacon had died more than a year before the plane vanished. because of the non-working beacon, searchers had less of a chance of locating the aircraft in the first place. officials in the region are still hopeful that searchers will find the plane or wreckage in the southern indian ocean.
239 people were on board the plane when it disappeared en route from kuala lumpur to beijing. today, the families of the passengers and crew are hosting a remembrance ceremony at a mall in kuala lumpur. back here in the u.s. in california, at least eight people are hurt after a roof collapse storing a st. patrick's day party near a college campus and it was all caught on camera. take a look. emergency crews took four people to the hospital from the party close to cal polly san luis obispo. this happened yesterday morning during an event they called a st. fratty day's party. at least 30 people were standing on the roof of the garage when it came crashing down. according to cal polli administrators the party was not affiliated with the university. all right. we continue this warm-up. yesterday, 41 degrees. today, close to the 48. mid-50s by the end of the workweek. mild today, on the chilly side
but closer to norm. wet weather later on tuesday and early wednesday and the 50s, yeah, 50s midweek. we're going to enjoy that around 55 on wednesday. right now, 28 in philadelphia, winds out of the west-southwest at 8 miles per hour. 14 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. it is a cold start, but not quite as cold as yesterday, not nearly as cold. 33 right now in mt. pocono 20 in pottstown, 28 in ben salem. 23 in mt. holly to the south and east. we're a little warmer above freezing in many spots. 38 in dover and 33 in millville. so not a bad start. you'll feel the difference as you head out this morning. we're looking at partly cloudy skies. the sunrise is now in the 7:00 hour now that we've sprung forward, and we're going to see it setting right around 7:00 tonight. winds are calm right now, but we're going to see them gusting later on this afternoon, and late morning into the early afternoon, to near 26-mile-per-hour at times. breezy at times. all is quiet right now on radar. temperatures right around 48 degrees later on this afternoon in philadelphia. 33, though in mt. pocono. could see a flurry there today.
make sure sun and clouds 45 in quakertown, 44 in reading. bucks county and 45 in doylestown, 45 today in norristown. 49 in mt. holly. and parts of delaware southern new jersey 51 in dover, 50 in cape may, and closer to the city, we're looking at temperatures today as a high mainly in the 40s. 48 in philadelphia 48 in wilmington. seven-day forecast 48 today. close to the 50s that is normal for this time of year 49 on monday, clouds and sun. showers arrive on tuesday. same in the morning on wednesday. then we'll see some sunshine in the afternoon. mild, though 55 degrees. by thursday 50 and into the 40s friday and saturday with a chance for showers. the flyers are chasing the bruins in the hunt for the playoffs. yesterday, a crucial game that went to overtime. highlights next in sports.
good morning to you. i'm danny pommells from comcast sports net. the flyers played their biggest game of the season yesterday. they were up in beantown, taking on the bruins, the team they're chasing for a playoff spot. flyers came in four points behind boston. third period, 2-1 flyers, brad, right place, right time.
the redirection in front ties the game with less than 15 seconds left. but look at this opportunity for the orange and black. jake with open ice, but no. just over a minute remaining, marchant, the nice move and backhand pass. that's it, bruins win. flyers five points behind in the chase for the second wild card. >> we were 15 seconds away from pulling it out. they found a way to win and we found a way to lose it. >> it hurts, but crushing? i don't know about that. we've got to go play jersey tomorrow, so i'm done with this game. >> yesterday, the flyers at the prudential center, taking on the new jersey devils. sixers playing the second game of their five-game home stand, hosting the hawks, who rested the majority of their starting lineup. third quarter, newell takes it to the ten. nice lefty finish. career high 17 boards, puts them up 4.
sixers knock off the top team in the east, 92-84. how about the college hardwood. nova hosting st. john. the wildcats down 10 early, but they woke up. josh puts the wildcats up four. second half, all nova. undaunted, dunk and one. nova outscores st. johns and wins a school record 29th regular season game, 105-68. well, a lot of reports yesterday that jerome allen will be let go at the end of the season, but penn handled their business, knocking off cornell. howard had 11 points and woods 11 assists. as for allen, he would not address the elephant in the room. >> my attempt to be like marchon lynch, i'm just here so i won't get fined. and if you can read between the lines, you'll probably save your breath. >> well, there it is. dr. john hosting dayton. second half, it's baby hardin,
jordan price, catch and shoot. he had 21. florida's up five. final minutes, look at rice. get out of the way! the big fella, 11 points. lasalle went 55-53. finishes the regular season 15 and 15. north broad street. temple hosting uconn. jaylon bond, get out of the way! nice dunk and finish. down 5 at the break. at the half, owls up three. jesse morgan, the transfer from u mass, he's been big. temple wins 75-63, finishes the regular season 22-9. st. joe's at rhode island. deandre to james demerit for three. hawks cut the ram's lead to 3. uri led by brutta. steals and takes it all the way for the dukes. he had 18. st. joe's loses 78-68 to finish the season 13-17. hats off to the princeton women, who remain undefeated,
beating columbia 63-44. the 29-0 tigers clinch the ivy league crown and wrap up the season against penn tuesday. phils hosting the blue jays. david buchanan pitching, john hamilton leaving the hard knocks life. gone to left field. buchanan, one run in two innings. first time we've seen jonathan this season. easy breezy for him. toronto wins 4-2. the philadelphia union season opener at chester at ppl park, hosting the colorado rapids. wasn't cold or anything. the 44th minute, a good bounce leads for a good chance for the union to bash, but no, he is turned away. the save is made. this one ends in a nil-nil draw. that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommells from comcast sports net. the time right now is 6:57. nbc 10's jesse gary is live in north philadelphia where slain philly police officer robert wilson will be remembered. jesse? >> reporter: that's right,
rosemary. and they're getting ready for the mass that starts at 10:00 this morning. they're starting to plow the sidewalks out in front of this parish church. we'll have more about what happens here and what his family and friends are saying about the slain officer, coming up. all right. after 20s on friday we reached 41 degrees yesterday. today, into the upper 40s. so our weekend warm-up does continue. the sun starting to get a little brighter, rising in the 7:00 hour. a weekend warm-up and even warmer during your workweek. we'll talk about that, coming up.
remembering a fallen hero. just days after a philadelphia police officer was gunned down in the line of duty the community will come together today to honor him. we'll explain in a live report. it's the warm-up we've all been waiting for. here is a live look at the center city skyline. we'll see a mix of sun and clouds today, but the temperature will climb into the upper 40s. we'll take that. good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:00 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the dry, but breezy conditions. >> we'll take breezy conditions compared t