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nbc 10 breaking news. >> right now at 11:00, we have breaking news a military helicopter crash off the coast of florida. seven marines and four soldiers on board that army black hawk are presumed dead. the chopper went down during a night training exercise at eglin air force base. debris was first spotted around 2:00 in the morning. steven quinn has an update from navar, florida. >> reporter: military officials say seven marines and four army crew members are missing after their helicopter crashed during a training exercise off the florida panhandle. >> we had two aircraft in a training mission last night. one was reported missing at about 8:30 p.m. the other aircraft returned to base safely.
>> reporter: the black hawk helicopter similar to this one, went down in the navar sound. >> we have found some debris from the aircraft. the fog is obviously hampering the recovery efforts. and that's where we're at right now. >> reporter: that same fog may have played a role in the crash. but officials say those weather conditions overnight would not have stopped the training mission. >> they train how they would fight. so they would train in this type of environment. >> reporter: reports from eglin air force base said debris and human remains have washed up on shore, but so far they have not confirmed any deaths. >> there is always hope. there is always hope. >> reporter: as the search for any survivors continues. steven quinn for nbc news navar, florida. pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is set to attend a state supreme court hearing this morning involving her criminal case. nbc 10's monique braxton is live for us at city hall to tell us
what it is all about. monique? >> reporter: hi vai. the case has not been heard yet before the pennsylvania supreme court on the fourth floor of city hall. it involves the legality of a special grand jury probe into actions by the ag. the attorney general kathleen kane arrived here 10:00 this morning. her attorney will officially challenge the appointment of a special prosecutor to review allegations she leaked grand jury material to a local newspaper. that state wide grand jury recommended criminal charges including perjury and obstruction of justice against kane. she admits she gave material about a phone to the local pap, but also says she was not covered by grand jury secrecy laws. right now, montgomery county's district attorney has been appointed to review the grand jury's proposed charges. but that is on hold until the outcome of today's hearing. some politicians tell us this could do irreparable damage to the ag's career. we'll be following the
proceedings and have the outcome for you as soon as it is announced. live for now inside city hall monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. a man is in custody after police say he tried to firebomb a home in philadelphia's juniata neighborhood around 2:30 morning on palmetto street. police got the suspect a few blocks away thanks to a witness who saw him running from the scene. no one was hurt. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> foggy start to the day. we're in for mild temperatures later on. here is a live look at philadelphia's boathouse row. nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz here now with our forecast. glenn? >> yeah vai, it is starting to feel like spring around here. we got up to 59 yesterday. and we get a little sunshine today, we may do even better than that. still a lot of clouds around but the fog is pretty much gone. it is up to 51 degrees in philadelphia. only 46 degrees in reading. 47 in allentown. also cool to the south, clouds
are thicker and there has been some rain. this is the live radar showing just grazing cape may, southern delaware getting a little bit, but this is not moving northward. it is moving straight to the east, not going to progress any further north. some of the dry air from the north coming in allowing for more sunshine as we go through the afternoon. if we get enough we get up to 60 degrees today, increasing sunshine, we do have rain significant rain seven-day forecast. the timing on that is coming in a few minutes. >> thank you, glenn. jurors in the retrial of a philadelphia priest accused of -- they are at an impasse. mccormick was tried last year but the jury could not reach a verdict after four days of deliberation. investigators say mccormick assaulted the boy at the rectory of st. john church in bridesburg
in 1997. the boy was 11 years old at the time. the archdiocese of philadelphia says mccormick is on administrative leave after a different allegation of abuse was made against him. happening now, pennsylvania lawmakers are holding a hearing in philadelphia on raising the state's minimum wage to $10.10. pennsylvania governor tom wolf is on board with the move. in his budget address last week wolf said he supported the proposed increase and would also support future minimum wage hikes tied to a cost of living index. and we now know the names of two of the people who will be leading efforts to prepare for the world meeting of families leading up to the pope's visit to philadelphia in september. organizers of the world meeting of families announced the chairs and vice chairs of 15 different planning committees this morning, the choices were revealed at an event in center city. one big concern is security. an organizer says those preparations are already well under way. >> in order to pull off an event
of this nature they can't do it at the last minute. they have got to prepare early on and get started. >> organizers say the public should expect to see security preparations going into effect in the next -- in the week leading up to the event. the world meeting of families will be held the last full week of september. pope francis will visit philadelphia at the end of that week the week of september 25th, over six months away. >> happening later today, officials expect the packed house at a hearing in bucks county when a local zoning board takes up a proposal to build a new cell phone tower. the zoning board will consider a plan by verizon to build a 13 story cell tower behind the william penn fire company on main street. some residents and the historical society oppose the plan. there will be another week before we'll learn whether a developer can build houses on acres of farm land and wildlife preserve in delaware county. last night, the concord township
board of supervisors put off a vote until next wednesday. the group calling itself save the valley is fighting the plan saying the original owner of the land wanted it preserved as open space. farewell. heads are still spinning this morning after another surprise trade by chip kelly. the team is swapping quarterbacks with the rams. bradford missed most of the last two seasons including all of last year. he tore the acl in his left knee each of the last two seasons. his career record with the rams is 13 -- is 18, 30 and 1. in exchange the eagles give up nick f oxoles and some draft picks. he made the playoff and the pro bowl. he was hurt most of last season with a broken clavicle. waging war on isis. the hearing under way now that could set the stage for the first war vote by congress in 13
years. icebergs in massachusetts? after an unusually harsh winters, the sites many in cape cod are keeping their eyes on. >> amazing. feeling like spring today. but i am tracking the return of more wet weather. break down the timing of this, all just ahead. trading-in or selling your car truck or suv? webuyanycar.com takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, book an appointment. and three, pick up a check at your nearest buying center. ♪ find out how much your car is worth ♪ ♪ at webuyanycar.com ♪
>> capitol hill the committee discussing president obama's request to authorize the use of force against isis. the president asked for the approval last month, but said ground troops will not be deployed. bob corker says so far no democrat in congress has thrown support behind his proposal. among those testifying today, john kerry ashton carter and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey. the president's request could lead to the first war vote in congress in 13 years. one day after former secretary of state hillary clinton held a news conference to address her e-mail use, critics say questions remain unanswered. we learned the associated press is suing the u.s. state department to force the release of e-mails from clinton's tenure as secretary of state. tracie potts has an update from washington. >> i opted for convenience. >> reporter: one phone instead of two, but in hindsight, hillary clinton tells reporters
she would separate her personal and work e-mail. >> i thought using one device would be simpler and obviously it hasn't worked out that way. >> reporter: she admits deleting tens of thousands of private e-mails from her server but insists that server is secure. >> it was on property guarded by the secret service and there were no security breaches. >> reporter: the top democrat who urged clinton to come out publicly is satisfied. >> she stepped forward and talked to people. >> reporter: but republican critics are not satisfied that clinton decided what is personal and what's not. they asked was she e-mailing in this photo headed to libya in 2011? >> those aren't out there. did she delete those? >> reporter: they want an independent investigation, they want the server examined. and everyone at some point will get a chance to read the e-mails because the state department says once they go through the 55,000 pages, that she turned over, they're going to put them online. tracie potts, nbc 10 news
washington. president obama said on friday -- at the center of a scandal that prompted an overhaul of veterans health care. the va came under scrutiny after reports dozens of vets died awaiting treatment at the phoenix veterans affair medical center. a local va medical center meanwhile will host a town hall meeting for veterans tonight. the leaders of coatesville va medical center will hold a forum for veterans at southeastern veterans center in spring city. chester county. the public can ask questions and share thoughts about va health care at that point and some similar meetings are being held by va medical centers across the country. meanwhile, thick fog is being blamed for a series of deadly crashes in indiana. state police say two people are dead and several are injured. it all started when a semi and a car collided. officers say the backup from the
first accident appears to have caused two more crashes because of drivers slowing and stopping. the highway was closed in both directions. so emergency crews could remove debris from the highway. frinl frigid temperatures in massachusetts left huge chunks of ice off the harbor off cape cod.joying the sight. but fishermen say it is bad for business. >> pretty neat. i've never seen this before and i've been on the cape for a while. pretty unique. >> i have six kids. they don't run on good intentions. they run on income. >> and fisherman said the harbor has been froze for the past six weeks. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> they have had about 106 inches of snow in boston this winter. a lot of that has got to melt. going to be some other kind of troubles up there.
in our part of the world, we may get back to 6 degrees today. it feels like it. we got more melting, not only with the warmer temperatures but also with rain on the way. and there may be some relatively heavy rain with that. brighter in and around philadelphia area 51 degrees, not much wind, just 7 miles an hour at the moment. and we're in the 40s north and west. but on the way up 51 in philadelphia. and one of the cool spots, stone harbor, clouds thick, and there has been some rain there this morning. most of that rain is in sussex county delaware. we're anywhere from 3 degrees below the temperature, 24 hours ago, in millville, to 11 degrees warmer than it was in allentown. so things are a little topsy-turvy today because the clouds are thicker in the south. we have breaks up to the north. there is no rain up to the north. and the rain stuck in sussex
county, not even moving up toward kent county in delaware. more moisture down in the gulf of mexico. and eventually some of that is going to be coming up. so here we are, as we go into friday, there is friday morning, friday afternoon, and so friday night and into saturday, there goes the rain. and some of that on the heavier side. we also even though we're getting milder weather now, that's not the way the pattern is overall. we still have cold air coming back. and that's next week. so watch what happens. the mild air, where is it? it is just not around. and so we're going to have more cold air, not necessarily arctic air coming down but nothing like 60 degrees for a good bit of next week. so showers pretty far to the south, otherwise clearing and mild.
high temperature near 60 degrees. and the seven-day forecast drying out today, we're pretty sunny, nice day tomorrow and then the showers come in friday night, especially into saturday, maybe a washout there. and then just a few showers for sunday before we start to dry out early next week. >> thank you, glenn. a big announcement to share with you this morning. our sister station, comcast northwest work is network is getting set to launch a morning sports show called breakfast on broad. a breakdown of the day's top stories and trending topics. this means a big change for a member of our nbc 10 family. jillian mele will be one of the hosts of breakfast on broad, trading in her traffic cameras for her unique spin on sports. something jillian and i share and have in common. >> what? you like sports? i had no idea. >> well has to be something tremendous for an opportunity
for you to leave nbc 10. so tell us about the show. >> it is a two-hour long show will air from 6:00 to 8:00 on the comcast network and will reair later in the day. it hasn't been done in philadelphia. a sports talk show on television, and it is obviously primarily focused on sports but we'll make it fun. we'll talk about entertainment and what people are talking about during the day. >> so let me just quiz you then about your sports knowledge. i know you and i have done sports together for a long time. you're making the trade. >> first, you like to think we're trying to figure out the plan. what is the plan? i think that i'm starting to think bradford is his guy. a lot of money to get him. he got rid of foles. had one more year left. i would have liked to see him stay, but not what i -- >> i can't wait to see the show. what does this mean for your alarm clock? not used to seeing you early in the morning. still getting up early. >> 6:00 a.m. start, rush hour i'll get in there earlier in the
morning and i'll still have that overnight alarm clock. it will never replace my old team but sarah baker at comcast sports net, barrett brooks won the super bowl with the steelers, and rob bellis who i interned under when i was at comcast sports net. so full circle. this is my home and i'll always consider it my home. i love you guys obviously. >> a box of tissues here. >> i already cried once today. i started my career as an intern at sports net. >> it is coming back full circle. we sit on the set, we don't high five we don't do dances. we do this elbow thing. seems appropriate to ask for a hug. we'll miss you so badly. you'll be terrific over there. we'll watch and pay attention. but we're glad you'll be in the same family. >> staying in the same family. and it has been seven and a half years here and i have loved every second of it. but it is time for change and
that change is keeping me in the family, so you guys can start watching april 6th. >> you'll grow in this opportunity. it will be terrific for you. we look forward to seeing you there. >> one more. one more? >> there we go. >> we'll miss you. as glenn told us, today's temperatures could put a spring in your step. experts are expecting one of the busiest travel seasons in years. one airline is doing to keep up with the increased demand when we come right back.
this is nbc 10 news. >> wednesday's child is a fun loving teen who enjoys sports and making others smile. he's also looking for a forever family to help him reach all of his goals. i want to introduce you to steven. >> steven is a polite and friendly teenager who can be shy at first. but warms up quickly. this 17-year-old has a passion for playing all types of sports so we took him to the sports zone in monroe township, new jersey tork get jersey, to get his game on. >> a gentle giant. he is very tall 6'3", but has a very quiet, gentle personality, very easy going, kind of goes with the flow type of guy. >> he had a blast making friends and playing football. basketball. and soccer. he does well in school and loves
hands on classes. he has a warm personality with a positive self-image. >> funny, athletic respectful and basically cool. just a cool kid. >> he's a smart young man who knows what he would like in a family. >> family, i would say, fun, play ball all kind of sports. >> he would do well in a -- different types of families. he's done well in a family with a kid, he would do well as an only child, he would do well with pets. >> he's more than ready for his forever family. steven is this week's "wednesday's child." >> if you would like to see steven's dream come true or the dream of any wednesday's child, sponsored by the dave thomas foundation, go to our website, nbc10.com, search wednesday's child. or call the national adoption
center directly at 1-866-do-adopt. the spring trial season should be hopping for u.s. airlines according to a washington-based trade group. airlines for america estimates close to 135 million passengers will travel on u.s. airlines this month and next. that's up 2% over the same time last year. the most passengers in seven years. the group says rising employment and improving economy account for the increase in air travel. we continue to follow breaking news this morning. a military helicopter crashed off the coast of florida. what officials are saying this morning about the night mission that took a horrible turn. plus sounds look a scene from an action movie. the real life drama unfolding overseas.
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nbc 10 breaking news. >> just about 11:30, we're following breaking news from the florida panhandle, search operations are under way. they're after seven marines and four soldiers are presumed dead following an army helicopter crash. the chopper went down during a night training exercise at eglin air force base. the debris was found around 2:00 this morning. fog has hampered crews search efforts. the marines are from camp lejeune, north carolina and the soldiers are from a national guard unit. >> they train how they would fight. so they would train in this type of environment. >> there are reports from eglin air force base that said that debris and even some human remains have washed up on shore, but so far officials have not confirmed any details. >> and checking out our top stories right now, a man is in custody after police say he tried to firebomb a home in philadelphia's juniata
neighborhood. it happened around 20:30 on palmetto street. a witness saw him running from the scene. no one was hurt. and pennsylvania lawmakers are holding a hearing in philadelphia on raising the state's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. tom wolf supports the increase and says he would also support future minimum wage hikes tied to a cost of living index. and organizers of the world meeting of familieses announced chairs and vice chairs of 15 different planning committees. the choices were revealed at an event in center city. it will take place in september prior to a visit from pope francis. and pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is attending the state supreme court hearing this morning involving her criminal case. nbc 10's monique braxton is live for us at city hall. monique, fill us in on the details. >> the five justices of the pennsylvania supreme court are listening to arguments right now before a standing room only crowd. attorney general kathleen kane's
attorney is arguing the legality of a special grand jury probe into her actions. so far her attorney says the judge doesn't have the authority to appoint a special prosecutor. our camera captured this video of kane arriving here 10:00 this morning. the arguments center around the appointment of that special prosecutor to review allegations she leaked grand jury material to a local newspaper. the state wide grand jury recommended criminal charges including perjury and obstruction against kane. she does admit she gave material about a phone it a local newspaper but said she was not covered by grand jury secrecy laws. so for now, montgomery county district attorney has been appointed to review the grand jury's proposed charges, but that is on hold until the outcome of today's hearing. some politicians are telling us this could do irreparable damage to the attorney general's career. we're going to be here monitor the hearing and have the outcome
for you as soon as it is announced. live for now inside city hall monique braxton, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> overcast skies out there now. live look at center city philadelphia. we're in for some pretty mild weather today. nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here now. the forecast 51 degrees at the bottom of the screen it will get warmer. >> yes, if we get enough sunshine we'll get up to 60 degrees for first time since christmas. little bit of wind may help us do that. breaking up some of the clouds preventing fog from redeveloping tonight also. we're in the 40s, north and west. 55 in northeast philly. warm spot, wilmington delaware at 52. you can see how cloudy it is far to the south. we're getting some breaks of sunshine here and there, especially in northern sections. and the rain continues in parts of sussex county delaware. that is about it.
that area of rain is not moving up to the rest of the area as you can see. that's not necessarily the case for later this week. at noon the showers stay in sussex county delaware with increased sunshine temperatures get near 60 degrees. more about the timing and the rain that will affect the weekend with the seven-day in a few minutes. >> the scandal is growing at the university of oklahoma following that racist chant caught on video. two of the fraternity members have been identified and we're hearing their apologies for first time as gabe gutierrez reports, also a claim that the song was taught to one of them by a fellow fraternity members. >> reporter: on the ou campus new outrage. >> i hope he genuinely is poll jettic and not just apologetic because he got caught. >> reporter: this morning the apologies for this video are sinking in. a freshman member of sigma alpha
epsilon, parker rice writing, i'm deeply sorry for what i did, it was wrong and reckless. i admit it was likely fueled by alcohol, but that's not an excuse. >> i was appalled. i think it is unconscionable to see what was going on that bus. >> reporter: in his written statement, rice said the song was taught to him. overnight, sae said it is likely that the men learned the song but reiterated the national fraternity does not teach such a hateful chant. levi pettitte also apologized he made a horrible mistake and will live with the consequences forever. however, we also know that the depth of our son's character, he's a good boy. what we saw in the videos is disgusting. the national fraternity also calling this video, posted on social media, unacceptable
showing sae's long time house mother at ou using that same racial slur in 2013. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: she says she's heart broken by any racist portrayal and she was only singing along to a rap song. as the scandal widens hundreds of students marched across campus, a diverse crowd stopping at the sae house, now shut down. >> it is blatant racism. >> i would say we haven't fallen apart, but some parts of us have crumbled away. we're putting it back together. >> that was gabe gutierrez reporting. french police are look for men who hijacked and robs two vans carrying millions of dollars worth of jewelry. gunmen forced edd the vans to stop early this morning. they took off with the vans containing $10 million of jewelry. french media reports no shots were fired. no one was hurt.
and robbers quickly escaped. the two vans were later found burned near the toll plaza. the u.s. ambassador to south korea is talking about just how close he came to losing his life. ambassador mark lippert was attacked last week by a man with a knife. it happened during a breakfast leisure in seoul. the attacker slashed his face before being tackled to the ground. lippert was released from the hospital yesterday and he told the "today" show he feels lucky. >> i do feel like someone was watching over me because, you know it was about people telling me about two centimeters away from my carotid artery which would have been horrible. >> the ambassador says he feels good all things considered. he's been able to play with his baby and walk the dog and said he's eager to return to work. there is more fall jut from the deadly police shooting.
shaw's resignation letter he says his office never instructed police to target african-americans. and utah could be on the verge of bringing backfiring squads as a method of execution. utah state senate approved a bill that would allow the use of a firing squad if lethal injection drugs are not on hand. there is currently a nationwide shortage of the drugs. utah's governor hasn't said if he'll sign that bill. and the senate will begin considering loretta lynch's nomination for attorney general next week. the senate judiciary committee approved president obama's selection two weeks ago and now the nomination will be debated by the full senate. if confirmed, he would become the first african-american female attorney general, she would replace eric holder. you've seen them on cigarette packs for year and now a health worning could come with your favorite soft drinks.
this is nbc 10 news. >> and olympic flags in switzerland are at half-staff for three days in memory of french athletes killed in a helicopter crash yesterday. two helicopters involved in the filming of the tv reality show "dropped" collided during filming of the show in argentina. investigators picked through the wreckage of the two helicopters looking for clues. they removed mobile phones bits of paper and other charred and
unrecognizable items. eight french nationals and two pilots died in the crash. a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck columbia. there are no immediate reports of damages or injuries. it was located 169 miles northeast of the capital bogota. it was felt as far away as venezuela. depressants could help the heart. researchers followed 5,000 people with severe to moderate depression. they found people who took antidepressants had a 53% lower risk of death, heart disease and stroke than those who did not take them. however, the study could not prove the use of antidepressants actually caused lower heart disease risks. flu season is winding down but six states are still reporting a high number of cases including new jersey. the new data from the centers of disease control shows more than 275 people tested positive for the flu in new jersey just last
week. the cdc's report shows the flu season lasted longer than usual because it started relatively early. lawmakers are advancing a bill that would make it harder for parents to use religion as a reason for not getting their kids vaccinated. a state senate committee voted in favor of the measure yesterday. that heads to the full senate under the new rules parents would have to submit a notrized letter explaining how the vaccine violates their religion. san francisco could become the first city in the country to rehr warning labels on ads for sodas and other sugar sweet drinks. labels would say consuming those drinks can cause owe piece tybesity and tooth decay. the soda industry is fighting the plan saying it won't improve public health. and british singer sarah brightman is a star on the world stage and later this year the first professional singer to sing among the stars. the 55-year-old singer told
keira simmons she's following a dream of hers. >> reporter: she always was passionate about blasting off in a rocket and then the russians called. >> i was asked if i would be interested in going up. i thought, we'll see what happens. i found out i was a perfect specimen for going into space, physically and psychologically. >> she needs to be psychologically prepared and technically savvy. >> we have to understand exactly how it is working so you don't panic and enjoy the journey and can help when you're meant to. >> reporter: the six hour flight and ten days aboard the international space station is a far greater risk than anything she has done in her 55 years. >> with anything you have to keep that in mind so i do try, if i can, to spend as much time with my loved ones my family my dog.
>> is it worth it? >> yes, absolutely. >> reporter: you get a feeling she may well land back on earth shouting encore. stunning. she's already done more than two months of training. she's working 16 hours a day on it. what an incredible woman. she really brought home to me what she's doing when she said in the interview she's spending more time with her family. in other words, you never know what might happen how many of us will be prepared to do that. back to you. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> can you imagine being locked up in that small space for that long a period of time? that -- that takes a lot of guts. we possibly could be returning to 60s. we haven't hit that since christmas. been a long time. more melting of that snow. we have some of it yesterday. more today. we need a lot more of it to melt before we get all that rain over
the weekend. so we don't have flooding problems. see a little more sunshine out there, the clouds are a little thinner. 51 degrees. the wind is out of the west at 7 miles an hour. and that wind is going to be one of the things that helped prevent us from getting a repeat of that fog that we had last night and we had yesterday. you can see 7 to 12 miles an hour. and that's about all we need with lowering humidity to prevent that fog tonight. you see how thick the clouds are in delaware south jersey even there, the clouds are thinning out. so we're seeing some improvement in the weather. not the only place that is not changing is sussex county in delaware. that continues to be wet. when we see another area of rain building up in the gulf of mexico getting ready to come this way. now, it is obviously not going to be here tomorrow but here is friday. friday morning, we're dry and the rain is not even close.
but by the end of the day, it is possible that some of the rain can move in and especially friday night and into saturday. saturday morning, some of the rain on the heavier side you can see it is a solid area of rain. that means hour after hour after hour, a potential washout for the day on saturday. so just your plans accordingly. it is going to be hard for that to miss. now, as we have been telling you, the pattern has not really changed that much overall. so if you think that's the end of any kind of cold weather, well forget it. first, little surge early in the seven-day period. and then as we go into next week, well we're going to see that arctic air come back. at least close to us. there is the middle of the week. we have got cold air on top of us again. and there is thursday. the 19th. and there is saturday, the 21st.
so fairly cold pattern overall for the rest of the month despite the mild weather that we're getting today. and speaking of today, those showers in sussex county otherwise gradual clearing. mild with highs up near 60 degrees. seven-day forecast, beautiful looking day tomorrow dry, no morning fog. and then late showers on friday and that rainy day on saturday. perhaps a couple leftover showers on sunday, but certainly looks like sunday is a nicer day than saturday and then dryer weather for early next week. and breaking news right now. this is a fire tanker fire this is in dearborn michigan outside detroit. you see the flames in that truck. fire crews are there trying to put that fire out. don't have any information right now on the driver and the injuries or severity of injuries. but you see as we pull back that
camera that it has stopped traffic on that freeway as they continue to put that fire out. tanker truck fire in dearborn michigan. protesters in madison, wisconsin, are hoping to mount another major rally over the deadly shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer. they're asking high school students to leave class to tend this afternoon's rally. students were a big part of the rally at the state capital. 19-year-old tony robinson died friday night in the confrontation with police. the state department of justice is investigating that shooting. and police in washington state are searching for a man caught on surveillance video, snatching the toddler and running off with him. this is that video of the attempted abduction. it happened sunday in the small town of sprague, washington. 22-month-old boy's older sibling screamed and chased after the abductor who set the boy down and then ran off. the toddler, luckily, was not hurt. and the security was tight today in supermarkets across new
zealand after an infant formula poisoning scare. the world's largest exporter of dairy problems and farming association both received anonymous letters threatening to poison infant formula in the country. the letters which were delivered in november contain small packages of milk powder that tested positive for an agricultural pesticide. the share economy is giving rise to the new population willing to drive, deliver and rent their house to earn extra money. like all businesses, these ventures involve risk giving rise to another business ensuring the shared economy. mary thompson has more. >> reporter: the ride sharing service uber says it makes a million trips a day, covering a lot of ground and providing insurers fertile ground for new coverage. >> it could be huge especially on the auto insurance side. >> reporter: among the insurers providing targeted auto policies for drivers of firms like uber
and lift are met life geico and usaa. >> well established exclusions against carrying passengers for a fee or engaging in this type of business activity. so that's why there is a gray area between personal and commercial coverages for this type of activity. and that's why we hope to sort of bridge the gap between those with types of coverage. >> reporter: for insurers the sharing economy provides a huge opportunity. it will go to $335 billion by 2025, from $15 billion in 2014. meaning, along with drivers, homeowners who represent their homes and individuals providing pick up and delivery services may need additional insurance too. to make sure you're covered, before you share your car, home or time picking up goods for others the insurance information institute's michael barry says pick up the phone. >> the first call has to be to the insurance company and explain to them what you're
planning on doing. >> reporter: while homes like the home rental business air bnb pri provides coverage for damage and liability, your insurance company may require additional coverage. and those delivering groceries may wanted to look at investing in a business owners policy. we'll continue to follow breaking news we brought you a few minutes ago. a tanker truck fire in dearborn michigan. on michigan avenue. there is trucks there that are trying to put this tanker truck fire out. we don't know if there is fuel. we're just learning it is gas and diesel fuel that's berning and that tanker fire. they're doing their best to contain it. this is on i-94 michigan avenue, in dearborn michigan. outside of detroit. we don't have any word on injuries or severity of injuries.
to bring this under control. but this has been burning for quite some time. this is in dearborn michigan outside of detroit. we're told this is the eastbound lanes of i-94. interstate is shut down in both directions for obvious reasons. no word on any injuries. at least two other vehicles are also on fire. you see the black smoke there, seen for miles in the area but we'll continue to monitor this and keep you informed. well it is pay what you wish wednesday at the philadelphia museum of art. great opportunity to see some fabulous art at any price you would like. starting at 5:00 you can enter the museum for whatever price you choose. there are also several programs you can take part in tonight from 5:30 to 7:30. 6:00, take a guided tour and study the works by masters of impressionism. starting at 6:00 bring your yoga mat and do yoga in the gallery while looking at the great art. and coming up this afternoon at 3:00 ellen. mindy kaling from mindy project
and a performance from earth, wind and fire. then nbc 10 news at 4:00. this afternoon, a new law on the books in our area that willthat will require every new police car to have something extra on board. it will protect people and officers responding to calls. that's this afternoon on nbc 10 news at 4:00. now an update on our top story, search operations under way after seven marines and four soldiers are presumed dead following a helicopter crash. the chopper went down off the night training exercise at eglin air force base. debris was found around 2:00 in the morning. so far, no confirms fatalities. the marines are from camp lejeune, north carolina. and the soldiers are from the louisiana based national guard unit. our chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz with a quick look at the weather today. >> yeah, out there, 60 degrees today. the next big weather maker is friday night and just about all day saturday. a lot of rain. >> 60 degrees, can't wait.
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