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nbc 10 breaking news. that breaking news this morning, a brutal beating in philadelphia. the victim was shot stabbed and robbed. nbc 10 is live as police search for three people. concerns over stolen cabs police say the man in this video is behind a string of heists involving at least a dozen taxis. the warning police are now giving to passengers. plus the morning is off to a clear and comfortable start.
but the break from the wet weather will be short lived. we have details. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. i don't think we care that it's short lived. we'll have a nice day today. >> we'll take it. >> let's get right to nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. good morning, bill. >> we have a drier air mass coming in to play. that's keeping things feeling so much more comfortable today. right now it's in the 60s at the shore. that's a live view from cape may. cape may will see sunshine and warm into the upper 70s this afternoon. inland, we're headed for the 80s. 70 degrees at 6:00. by 9:00, sunshine and 75. the humidity stays low. see the winds out of the northeast at 9 miles an hour. and then by noontime we'll be up to 80 degrees with an east/northeasterly wind. that wind shift will bring in a few high clouds but no sign of any rain. not today. that changes for tomorrow. your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast when i come back in ten minutes. right now let's check in with
jessica boyington, find out if anything is happening on the roads at this hour. >> bill it's quiet so far for the morning. we're dealing with ongoing construction projects. on the schuylkill expressway, one cleared out of the way around girard avenue. signs on the right-hand shoulder. nothing setting anybody back. all lanes still open. blue route to the vine street expressway, about a 13-minute trip. everybody moving along nicely there. currently no problems if you're headed westbound toward the king of prussia area as well. we have a lane blocked on lincoln drive northbound around gypsy street due to a downed tree. take west schoolhouse lane if you feel comfortable. all lanes aren't blocked on the opposite side. out on 95 in delaware, the drive times, they are doing just fine. 1 minutes, 10 minutes, northbound or southbound 295 to 495. more drive times coming up. breaking news from overnight, brutal attack a man
is fighting to are his life after he was robbed stabbed and shot in philadelphia. matt delucia is live at einstein medical center in olney. tell us what happened. >> reporter: we checked, the victim is still in critical condition at einstein. he suffered serious injuries as a result of this attack. it happened just after 11:30, not far from where we are. philadelphia police say this man was found on the sidewalk lead lead -- bleeding heavily from the back of the leg. he had been stabbed in the back and shot in the thigh. he had puncture marks on his face as well. officers put him in their car and rushed him to the hospital. >> he was conscious and told responding officers that he was robbed and assaulted and shot. he said that his watch, his wallet and cell phone were taken from him by three people. two males and a female. >> reporter: at this point the
search for them continues. they were last seen heading east on somerville last night. at this point it's uncertain if this man will survive his injuries. by the time he got to the e.r. he was unconscious. northwest detectives are investigating this case. they did find sure veil ansal surveillance cameras in inthe area pointed in the direction of the attack. matt delucia nbc 10 news. 4:34. philadelphia police are searching for a man who they now believe stole more than a dozen taxi cabs. they say the person you see in this video stole a cab in west philadelphia and southwest philadelphia over the past week or so. detectives say all of the cabs have a 215 get a cab logo. some were used in crimes including a shooting and a robbery. police want you to be vigilant before getting into a cab. always check identification
before taking a ride. take a good look at this robbery suspect. he's dressed eded as a construction worker. they say he held up a rite aid in logan township and then robbed another rite aid in haddonfield on monday. investigators say he also carjacked a priest before making his getaway. the robber got away with prescription drugs in both cases. no one was hurt. we want to show you video of two of the three people arrested in a home invasion. the third person accused with them is under 18 so police are still looking for a fourth person in this case. police say the intruders burst through the front door a home on old cedar road in marble township monday afternoon. they say the suspects pistol whipped the 17-year-old boy in the home and forced the boy's mother to open the family safe. detectives believe the intruders targeted the victims before the crime. from our delaware bureau, a former nfl cheerleader faces up
to 15 years in prison after admitting she had sex with a 15-year-old boy. mollie shadock is a former baltimore ravens cheerleader. 4:36. happening today, from 12:00 to 2:00 drone safety test in cape may at the cape may county airport. aviation experts and engineers will launch flights involving a fixed wing drone equipped with sensors. systems will be monitored aboard the drone to see if it can fly safely over national air space. summer citrus fruit from south africa start arriveing at ports in philadelphia in gloucester city. 40,000 tons of oranges, 2k3wr5i7 grapefruits and clementines will be coming. president obama is expected to make the trade agreement official by the end of the summer. the shipments fill a need.
a communicate in the salem county is helping raise money for the family of a high school football player badly hurt in a hit and run accident. nbc 10 was at penns grove middle school last night where friends and fellow students held a calorie in support of 17-year-old pszenny. kyle still has a long road along, his mother said. >> he's not awake yet. he's still in a coma but he is steadily improving every day. he's moving his right arm and leg a lot more. >> zachary mcdonough turned himself in to police in connection with that accident. he's charged with assault by auto and related offenses. fighting crime with light and plants. >> the new technology that's helping local home owners protect their valuables.
and proof that lightning can strike twice. the pennsylvania man talking about his brush with death. a few scattered clouds in the pocono mountains. we're getting closer to sunrise. we'll see sunshine today. we will not, however, get rain drops. not today. they're really not far away. i'll take you through it neighborhood by neighborhood when i come back.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. 20 minutes before 5:00. 73 degrees. wind out of the northwest. that's the dry air that started to move in yesterday afternoon after the storms past. the storms are now completely out of the picture. mostly clear skies, 73 degrees. it's a little bit cooler just 2 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. look at the humidity. that's way down. that's making a massive differ high clouds is all we see this morning.
but look to the west. that is coming our way for tomorrow and with that umbrellas will be likely going up tomorrow, not today. 76 this afternoon to pocono mountains. much more comfortable for allentown and reading, quakertown, 82 low 80s for doylestown trenton and mt. holly. right along the coast, sunshine 70s, 77 for cape may and rehoboth rehoboth. into the 80s low to mid-80s for wilmington swedesboro and drexel hill. the weekend, that's when showers return. saturday we may get a break from the storms. clouds and sunshine and 84 degrees but showers and thunderstorms are likely to come our way. the remnants of tropical storm bill could make for a damp sunday. take a closer look at that when i come back in ten minutes with the seven-day forecast. 4:41 this wednesday morning. outside of a few construction zones, not a bad time to be on the roads today. >> let's find out what else you
need to know if you're just heading out. jessica boyington. >> lehigh street, everything moves along just fine. if you're headed eastbound or westbound, not a lot of volume. added volume in the area. as we head out ott door to the p.a. turnpike we're doing okay there as well. the roads are dry, cars are moving, 22 minutes from route 1 to valley forge. we have a lane block in philadelphia on lincoln drive northbound around gypsy street. if you want to be safe take west schoolhouse lane to get by that area. there's a downed tree blocking the roadway. the rest of the drive times, 95 currently no be pros heading into center city. the blue route up towards 95 about a 15-minute trip. back to you guys. a major league baseball team is accused of stealing more than bases. >> the team accused of spying on their opponent. plus donald trump's run for the white house. why the reality star says he is one of god's best creations for
the job. beginning sunday june 21st, i'll be reporting from vatican city covering a local delegation of political, religious and civic leaders. following their every move as they continue preparations for the 2015 world meeting of families. watch "preparing for the pope" june 21st to the 25th. count on nbc 10.
just about 4:45 right now. initial tests show that poison did not call stray cats in lower saucon northampton county according to the pennsylvania spca. nbc 10 first brought you this story last week. police are getting a lot of calls about the dead cats. some people suspected they were being poisoned. the spca is still investigating. wildlife officials are not sure what killed a half eaten dolphin found at the jersey shore but they say it was bitten by something big. we want to warn you, you might find this picture disturbing. a philadelphia family vacationing in north wildwood took the picture of this dolphin. the marine mammal stranding center in brigantine says the dolphin likely died before it was bitten by a sand shark, a
slow-moving shark not a danger to people. hunter spoke from his hospital bed yesterday. he's doing much bet after being attacked by a shark over the weekend in north carolina. hunter said he felt something hit his leg and didn't see the shark until the animal was clamped on his arm. the doctors had to amputate his left arm below the shoulder. even after all that this teen is staying positive. >> i've lost my arm obviously. i can try to live my life the way i was and make an effort to do that even though i don't have an arm or kind of let this be completely debilitating and bring my life down and ruin it in a way. and out of those two, there's really only one i would actually choose to do and that's to try to fight and live a normal life with the cards i've been dealt.
>> wow. >> that's wise beyond his years. >> wow. >> he wasn't the only one attacked by a shark. a 12-year-old girl lost her arm and part of a leg on the same stretch of beach. treschl thanked everyone who helped him on the beach that day. >> good for him. an attack of a different kind. >> this one from mother nature. jim laney was doing the dishes at his home when he was struck by lightning and this is the second time he's been struck by lightning in six years. >> maybe i should go in it. >> the odds being struck by lightning are one in a million in any given year. 4:47. 73 degrees outside. new this morning, the baby recession could be over. new data shows births in the u.s. were up 1% last year the first increase in seven years. the nation had seen declining births since 2007 which
expect -- which experts blame on the economy. a new study finds that pennsylvania foster children take psychotropic medications and antipsychotic at a far higher rate than other young people in the united states. the study found 43% of foster children ages 6 to 18 are being given the medication. that's compared with 16% of the overall use population. the depp of human services says the research confirms concerns and shows an unacceptable use of these medications for children in foster care. happening today, president obama will speak at a ceremony to formally swear in attorney general loretta lynch while biden officially swore in lynch in april, today's event is a formal ceremony with an audience. the president will host a picnic at the white house for members of congress today.
i will be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. >> there you go. now to decision 2016. now there are a dozen. donald trump announced he's running for president yesterday. that makes him the 12th republican to enter the field. the real estate mogul and reality tv star says he's financing his political campaign and right now he's doing well enough in early public opinion polls to earn a spot at the first debate in august. only the top ten polling republicans are sure to get invite invited. here are all 12 declared candidates on the gop side. meanwhile, the democratic field much smaller, only four candidates have announced so far they're running for president. the day after officially becoming a presidential candidate, jeb bush was a guest on "the tonight show with jimmy
fallon." [ speaking spanish ] [ cheers and applause ] >> whoa whoa whoa. hold the telephono. i know you just got back from miami but i didn't think i was interviewing governor pitbull. ♪ >> bush also talked about how he met his wife. he talked about his presidential father and brother and he offered a guacamole recipe. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> ten minutes before 4:00. yesterday was a great day for a dip. it was so hot and humid. today, so much more comfortable. look at that clear view. no sign of the low clouds we started off with yesterday. a view of center city is going to be improving with lots of sunshine and the temperature will climb into the 80s. not the 90s.
humidity is already lower this morning and just a few scattered clouds at the shore. shower-free today but wet weather returns for tomorrow. heading out the door right now, the radar screen chose no sign of wet weather in the immediate area. but midwest, this is the wet weather that we will see tomorrow morning. it's beginning to make steady progress the heavier rainfall right now in southern indiana. speaking of heavier rainfall texas is getting it from what was tropical storm bill. now just a depression. still winds whipping around the center of that storm. heavy rain may cause delays. this may be messing with our weekend. the remnants will be marching across the country. looks like sunday is the day that the remnants of bill will arrive. not today. sunny can be comfortable, the humidity way down. temperatures into the low to mid-80s with afternoon with winds up to 15 miles an hour. tomorrow will be cooler because of the wet weather. showers start the day off, possibly thunderstorms, too,
mostly cloudy thursday. a break from the rain warmer day for friday and saturday. afternoon temperatures in the middle 80s for both days after morning readings in the 60s. and then the heat is on as the remnants of bill come in to sunday. 91 degrees with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. and that could continue into sunday night. but by monday just going to be hot and humid with a high of 91 degrees. a chance of more storms returning tuesday. 4:52 and 73 degrees outside. if you're heading out the door let's check the roads on your way to work. >> jessica boyington is helping you today. >> i'm searching cameras all over the place. we currently don't have a lot of volume anywhere. you can still see the roads are moving along fine eight minutes headed eastbound from 29 towards the schuylkill expressway. no real problems there.
in philadelphia a downed tree blocks lincoln drive northbound around gypsy street. take west full house lane as they clean up that situation. on the pa turnpike an accident scene on the eastbound side between willow grove and bensalem taking out the left-hand lane. more drive times coming up in nj new jersey. concertgoers can start checking in. the plan on camping overnight in our premiere tent or rv pass holders. all of the camping pass holders will be allowed to check in beginning at 6:00 tomorrow morning. a community in delaware county honors a volunteer firefighter who helped save the life of a baseball umpire. michael broadzimski was playing ball when the umpire collapsed behind home plate. he rushed in from second base where he hit a double to give
it could be baseball's version of spygate. the fbi is looking into whether the st. louis cardinals hacked into a computer databass of the houston astros. they are former divisional rivals. the cards are accused of trying to steal information about cardinals players. the justice department subpoenaed both the cardinals and major league baseball. the league office said it will fully cooperate with the investigation. four minutes before 5:00 right now. a student that took an s.a.t.
exam that had errors can take it free. apparently the june 6th test contained a printing error that gave the students five more minutes on one section of the test. from our south jersey bureau, if you want to protect your valuables from thieves, there's a new high-tech way to do it and it involves dna. black wood camden county where police were trained on how to use a dna asset kit. it allows you to mark your belongings with liquid plant-based dna. if police find anything stolen they swab it and shine an ultraviolet light to see the dna. to learn more about the technology and home test, visit our website or check out the nbc 10 news app. you likely heard the saying one man's trash is another man's
treasure. >> one lucky bargain hunter knows that well after getting a treasure of his own at a neighborhood yard sale. david shah is a treasure hunter. he makes a living selling stuff on ebay. ç all the garage sales that he's been so there's one that's unforgettable. >> i looked to my left and saw the painting and picked it up and i said how much is this? he said $10. i said i have 5. >> what he found and later documented was an original prin by salvador dali. it's called reflection. it's on sale on ebay for market value, $7,000. not a bad take one for day. >> how about that. mayor nutter to the rescue. >> nbc 10 viewer sent us this
picture taken by her daughter katie. they were on their way to the airport when a flat tire stranded them on mlk drive. mayor nutter passed by, saw the teenagers in trouble. he called for a police officer to keep an eye on them before aaa arrived. he says he just wanted to make sure they were okay. >> she was in the process of calling aaa. i wanted to make sure their car was protected by a police vehicle. we stayed for a while stayed in touch with the police so make sure they got out there. >> how great is that? >> hopefully they got a police escort to the airport because they were trying to catch a flight. >> this was a celebration for their graduation. you're watching nbc 10 news. nbc 10 news today at 5:00 a.m. starts right now. nbc 10 breaking news. >> beaten stabbed, shot and robbed. philadelphia police are investigating a brutal attack in
philadelphia's olney neighborhood overnight. this morning, police are searching for the attackers and trying to identify the victim. >> plus committing crimes while dressed in disguise. the search for a robber who police say has targeted pharmacies in two counties. >> clear and comfortable. we get a break in the humid 2i today. guess what it's not going to last long. welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. the humidity is way down. let's get details from meteorologist bill henley. >> you can feel it as soon as you step out the door. the humidity is down. the temperatures are coming down, too, with clear skies. we're still cooling at this hour. less than a half hour before sunrise. skies are starting to brighten at cape may. a few wisps of clouds over the ocean this morning. 70s for this afternoon for cape may. we're in the 70s for philadelphia. 66 in atlantic city, roxborough is 68