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to leave the music festival after dangerous weather moves across delaware. well tell you what's planned for today. this morning we're tracking more showers, find out what you can expect in your neighborhood and what it means for your father's day plans coming up. and block party shooting. seven people are injured including a toddler after someone opened fire during a neighborhood event. good morning. welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm ted greenberg. thank you very much for being with us. it's 7:00 a.m. this sunday morning. happy father's day to the dads out there. let's get to first alert meteorologist brittney shipp in the weathers center. a lot of folks have father's day plans today, but if it's early they'll need an umbrella right? >> you'll want to keep an umbrella handy with you as we head into the next couple of hours, after that you won't need it. hot and humid conditions. you won't be wanting to lug that around. you have to stay hydrated today.
low-hanging clouds for us. a few light showers moving through the area. here's a closer look. you can see bill is moving out of here. most of the remnants are gone with the exception of a few showers moving into parts of cape may county. look atlantic city. seeing moderate to heavy rainfall now. we're also tracking a bit more rain moving into parts of delaware and into salem and cumberland county. if we fly you over to philadelphia, i'll show you where the rainfall is. just to the south of spring field, upper derby and parts of south philly. we have some more shower activity on the way. you need a hood jacket but later on you won't need it. temperatures ranging between 87 and 90 degrees after we get rid of the early rain. hot and humid conditions. feels-like temperature in the 90s. i'll let you know how long the
warmer temperatures will stick around. from our delaware bureau the firefly music festival in dover is expected to go on as planned today after severe weather forced organizers to clear the grounds last night. a fewer sent us this video which shows clouds streaming towards the exits. organizers urged people to take down any tents or cans at camp sites and to take shelter in vehicles. but, again, today's shows are expected to go on as scheduled. look at this car fire from overnight. this was on the roosevelt expressway near fox street in the east falls section of the neighborhood. the entire car was engulfed in flames around 3:30 this morning. shortly after we arrived firefighters were able to put the flames out. luckily no one was hurt. still no word on what sparked that fire. a man is dead after police
say he was shot by a security guard at a philadelphia bar. they say a fight broke out at old madrid at 5th and fisher in olney around 2:00 this morning. authorities say when the security guard escorted a 27-year-old man out of the bar, he attacked the guard. the guard shot the man. the guard suffered a minor cut. police are investigating. and a deadly shooting at a different bar in north philadelphia. investigators say a fight broke out between a man and a woman at a bar at 29th and chalmers. that's when the bar's owners got involved and shot the man in the chest. the victim was taken to the hospital and later died. happening now police are searching for the person who opened fire on a block party in west philadelphia injuring seven people including three children. jesse gary is live outside penn presbyterian hospital where one of the victims was just discharged. >> reporter: he didn't have
anything to say. as a matter of fact he said he didn't want to talk at all about what happened last night. this unfolded in front of our cameras about a half hour ago. relatives identified the man as 25-year-old tyrone jones. he's one of four adults treated overnight at penn presbyterian hospital for wounds from a shotgun blast. someone opened fire around 11:30 last night as family celebrated a relative's birthday. we talked to jones' stepmother a few minutes ago. >> the only thing i can say is jealousy. my kids father -- he has no enemies. we have no enemies. you understand what i'm saying? i don't know. >> reporter: somebody must clearly think you're enemies to show up and open fire. >> around kids and everything. >> reporter: but you don't know who it could be? >> i seen the face. i don't know who it is. >> reporter: in addition to the
adults that were injured there were two teens and one 18-month-old baby that were also wounded by this shotgun blast. they're all over at children's hospital in philadelphia listed in stable condition. i called southwest detectives and asked if they made progress in finding the shooter or motive behind this they haven't gotten anything. people there last night all have a strange case of amnesia according to police. so they're still working the case but not having much success. live outside penn presbyterian jesse gary nbc 10 news. there was also a shoot being a dozen blocks away last night. but there's no word yet if the shootings are possibly related. this was the scene at 37th and mount vernon in mantua. here a man was shot around 9:40 night. he died a short time later. no arrests in this shooting either. police in detroit are looking into a block party shooting similar to the one here in philadelphia. one person is dead, nine others hurt, and a gunman still on the
loose after police say the shooter opened fire. investigators say no children were shot through the grace of god, quoting there. authorities think the victim who was killed had been targeted by the shooter. happening today, church services will resume this morning at the south carolina church were nine people were killed during this week's shooting rampage. last night hundreds of people marched through the streets to emmanuel ame church where authorities say dylann roof opened fire on the church. this morning the fbi is investigating a website that was found registered under roof's name, it features a manifesto-type posting where he lashes out at asians, african americans and goos. there's also photos of roof
holding a gun, burning an american flag and standing in front of a confederate history library. the church's pastor and state senator, clementa pinckney will be laid to rest this week. public viewings are set for wednesday and thursday. funeral services are scheduled for friday. the philadelphia church with ties to emanuel ame will also reopen today for sunday services. black bunting hangs inside mother bethel ame church in society hill in remembrance of the nine victims. church leaders have told us they are making sure all worshipers will be safe today. >> we know we're in a neighborhood where anybody can walk through the doors, so we have always taken it serious. i'm certain we'll pay more attention to it right now. at the end of the day we don't want to let fear drive us. >> some churches in our area are planning fund-raisers for emmanuel ame. for a full list, visit nbc10.com. this morning on "meet the press," chuck todd sit down with
leaders in south carolina to talk about the details surrounding the shooting and racial issues in america. you can-mile-per-hour you can watch "meet the press" right here on nbc 10 at 10:30. we'll tell you where hundreds of officers are focusing their search for the two escaped prisoners. and all you need is love park. the inspiration for the temporary name change.
good morning. still dealing with a few moderate downpours, keep the umbrella handy over the next couple of hours as we see more clearing. rain still coming down in cape may, wet roads as you start your father's day. a closer look at the radar, we can see the heaviest rain has pushed offshore. as we look at cape may, light showers in cape may county. the heaviest rain is in egg harbor or atlantic city stretching up to the north. brigantine, beach haven seeing a good amount of rain. closer to the northern parts of delaware delaware, just light rainfall. closer to philadelphia we'll show you what that looks like.
south philly, sterner,center city driving along 95, dealing withed no rat moderate downpours. a few pour storms ss pushing out of baltimore and heading our way. by 9:00 a.m. 78. by noon 84. 89 at 3:00 p.m. today's high, 93 you have to factor in the humidity so the feels like temperature is in the 90. ted? ♪ of paul mccartney fans took part in a pre-concert block party ahead of his sold out form man at the wells fargo center. love park in center city was transformed into the all you need is love park. local musicians played songs from beatles, wings and
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bensalem shutting down the eastbound lanes for hours. a viewer shot this video of the truck which was hauling about 2,700 gallons of home heating oil at the time. no one was hurt. a cause is still under investigation. the search for two escaped killers has moved to the new york/pennsylvania borders. someone spotted two men yesterday afternoon along train tracks near the town of friendship, new york. nearly 800 officers are searching the area for any sign of the escaped prisoners, david sweat and richard matt. the duo used power tools to cut their way out of the clinton correctional facility in northern new york earlier this month. a prisoner in new orleans is on the run after investigators say he shot and killed an officer while riding in a police cruiser. investigators say the prisoner somehow got his hands from behind his back, grabbed the gun and got into the front of the cruiser through a small opening.
right now police are trying to determine how the man obtained the weapon and they do not believe he used the officer's gun. >> that prisoner somehow was able to get his hands from behind his back where he was handcuffed, where then he was handcuffed from the front. he actually shot officer holloway while officer holloway was transporting him. >> officials say that officer was a 22-year veteran of the new orleans police department. delaware county businesses are working to make this father's day special for the son of a fallen philadelphia police officer. the youngest son of sergeant robert wilson iii turns two this month. a group of delaware county residents used social media to gather birthday cards for the boy. that idea spread and nearly a dozen businesses are holding a birthday party for him today in upper derby.
in march he had gone into a gamestop to buy a gift for his older son's birthday when two brothers tried to rob the place. wilson died after a shootout. a merck scientist in north jersey is facing charges for allegedly running a lab in his home to produce the drug ghb. prosecutors say chemicals and other materials used to make the drug were found in the man's springfield home in union county. ghb is often called a date rape drug because it can produce sedative effects. wait lists for veterans at some va centers are longer now than they were a year ago. according to the "new york times," the va has increased its capacity by 7 million patient visits since last year when a scandal over false records and long wait times hit the
department of veterans affairs. but officials did not anticipate just how much workload and demand from veterans would continue to increase. preparing for the pope. later today the philadelphia delegation for the world meeting of family also leave for rome. archbishop chaput, mayor nutter and local officials will meet with vatican officials to iron out the details. they will fly out of philadelphia airport at 6:30 this evening and will be in rome until friday. chris cato is also in rome. he will have live reports beginning tonight. good morning. we saw a lot of heavy rain move through our area anywhere between 1 to 4 inches depending on where you are. as we head into the rest of this morning we will continue to see a chance for flooding until about 8:00 a.m. then we're also going to be dealing with a few more moderate
to heavy downpours. certain areas are seeing it some are not. hot and humid conditions for us as we head into the rest of your father's day weekend. a live look outside now rains have developed here on our camera within the past 20 minutes or so same thing overlooking center city for philadelphia at the airport, it's raining now. 75 degrees. wind speeds out of the west at miles per hour. as we push into the rest of today, we're already in the mid 70s, you know it's going to be a warm one. temperatures pushing into the 90s. here's a closer look at the radar shot. you can see the remnants from bill pushing out of our area. where you see these thunderstorms here over the ocean, that's what moved through last night. now as we head into the rest of this morning we'll see a few more scattered showers. here's where we are dealing with the heavy rainfall, near egg harbor ocean city stretching up to atlantic city.
pit pittsgrove dealing with downpours. some rain in upper derby, now moving into westfield, haddonfield. this will continue for another hour or two before clearing up. we saw between an inch and four inches of rainfall. some locations saw about two inches, that was really the average for the system. with the future cast we'll continue to see spotty showers through 8:00, 9:00 then clearing. a bit of sunshine. by 4:00 5:00 another stray passing shower for parts of our area. today it's going to be humid and hot. look at our feels like temperature. by noon it's going to feel like 90 degrees. by the time you head out for an early dinner with, it will feel like it's in the 90s. even as we head out later on or 10:00 p.m. feeling like 84. needless to say, it will be a warm one. drink plenty of water today. the average for this time of year is 84. as we head into the rest of
today, 90 degrees. 91 tomorrow. we could potentially have a heat wave on our hands. that's something we'll keep a close eye on. 87 to 90 is our range as we head into the rest of today early rainfall will clear up. we'll be left with hot and humid conditions. youren-day forecast seven-day forecast shows hot and humid, hot. hot on wednesday. thursday, another round of storms expected. ted? >> thanks. next surf's up in california. how dozens of people rode a wave into the record books.
the surfers rode the wave for 12 seconds. the previous record was set a decade ago when 47 surfers rode a wave for 10 seconds. turning to wall street and a look at what's ahead this week in the world of business. >> reporter: an emergency meeting about what to do with greece may set the tone for the markets in the week ahead. the european finance minister will be meeting in brussels this week to come up with a plan to keep greece from defaulting on its debt. which u.s. state is the west for business? the annual list comes out on wednesday. of course there is a countdown to number one with a few hins along the way. a couple of big names on the earnings front, nike releasing earnings numbers on wednesday. watch out to how those numbers match up to underarmour and foot locker.
there's also darden restaurants on tuesday and builder lenar on wednesday. we'll get more information on the housing market early in the week with new homes sales data on tuesday. keep an eye on the supreme court for possible decision in the case that could upend obama care. king versus berwell challenges the legality of federal subsidy subsidies that are the key to the health care law. i'm mandy drury, get all your business news on cnbc. we are continuing to follow the investigation into a block party shooting that left seven people wounded. nbc 10's social securityjesse gary is live in philadelphia. some people are being discharged from penn presbyterian behind me this morning. hear what they had to say or
right now we're tracking more rain in parts of the region. we'll tell you what it means for your neighborhood. here's live look outside. that rain could affect your father's day plans. we'll have the timing of the weather where you are. good morning. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. happy father's day. it's 7:30 on this sunday morning. let's say good morning again to meteorologist brittney shipp. for all the dads who will be outside later, it sounds like we'll be sweating. bring an umbrella and stay hydrated. temperatures will be in the 90s. feels like temperature will be in the 90s.
either way it's hot out. we have a chance of showers in the morning. light rainfall moving through the philadelphia area. here's a closer look at our radar. it shows the heaviest rain has moved through the area. this is remnants from tropical depression bill. just dealing with a few scattered showers depending on where we are. heavy rain in cape may, now it's moved up to the northeast near ocean city and atlantic city moving closer to mystic island and stafford. also watching a little batch move through the northern parts of delaware. if i zoom you over here near clayton and glassboro, that's where we see another round of moderate rainfall. we were seeing rain in south philly. that's moved on to west deptford. atlantic city has some show irs. you'll notice we're seeing the clearing edge of all of these showers. we're pretty much done with the rainfall. we'll see another round as we head into the afternoon.
clearing clearing clearing throughout 3:00. but then you'll notice another round closer to 3:00 to 5:00. then more clearing heading into overnight and into monday. temperatures in the poconos, 68. 75 in philadelphia. 74 in atlantic city. pushing into the 90s today. the feels-like temperature in the mid 90s. 84 degrees by noon. 3:00 p.m. 89. 7:32. new from overnight, a fiery scene in the east falls section of philadelphia when a car burst into flames. this was on the roosevelt expressway near fox street around 3:30 this morning. shortly after we arrived, firefighters were able to put the flames out. no one was hurt. there's no word on what sparked that fire. police are investigating after a security guard at a philadelphia bar shot and killed a man. they say a fight broke out at old madrid at 5th and fisher avenue in olney around 2:00 this morning. authorities say when the
security guard escorted a 27-year-old man out of the bar, he attacked the guard. the guard shot the man. the guard suffered a minor cut. and a deadly shooting at a different bar in north philadelphia. investigators say a fight broke out between a man and a woman at a bar at 29th and chalmers. that's when the bar's owners got involved and shot the man in the chest. the victim was taken to the hospital and later died. we are getting new information about a shooting at a family cookout in west philadelphia. one person has been released from the hospital. but six others are still being treated this morning. nbc 10's jesse gary is live at penn presbyterian and, jesse, did the patient who was discharged give you any clues about what happened here? >> no ted, he didn't. didn't want to talk about what happened or how badly he was hurt. we know his wounds are not life threatening. relatives identify him as tyrone
jones, one of four dults s adults treated overnight at penn presbyterian hospital for a shotgun blast. police detectives say someone opened fire at 11:30 last night as this family celebrated a relative's birthday. seven people including three children were wounded in the violence at 41st and ogden street. the shooter used a shotgun and possibly another weapon. an 18-month-old baby is also among those wounded in this attack. all the kids are being treated at children's hospital. all in stable condition. three adults still here inside of penn presbyterian being treated for their wounds. one of whom we don't know his condition. as for the cause behind us the motive i checked in with southwest detectives they don't have a motive no suspect, just lots of questions. if you have any idea about this crime, call detectives. live in southwest philadelphia jesse gary nbc 10 news. police are investigating a
deadly shooting about a dozen blocks away from that scene. nbc 10 at 37th and mount vernon in the mantua section. here a man was shot around 9:40 night. he died a short time later. no arrests in this shooting either. there's no word if the two shootings are related. happening today, church services will resume later this morning at the charleston, south carolina church where nine people were killed during that shooting rampage. last night hundreds of people marched through downtown charleston to emanuel ame church where police say dylann roof opened fire during an evening bible study. the fbi is investigating a website registered under roof's name. it features a manifesto-type posting where he lashes out at african-americans, hispanics, asians and jews. there is also a picture of roof holding a gun, burning an american flag and standing in front of a confederate history library.
the church's pastor and state senator clementa pinckney will be laid to rest this week. public viewings are set for wednesday and thursday. funeral services are scheduled for friday. the philadelphia church with ties to emanuel ame church in charleston will also reopen today for services. black bunting hangs inside mother bethel a.m.e. church in society hill in remembrance for the nine victims. church leaders tell us they're making sure all worshipers are safe today. >> we know we're in a neighborhood where anybody can walk through the doors. we have always taken it serious. i'm certain we'll pay more attention to it now. at the end of the day we don't want to let fear drive us. >> some houses of worship in our area are planning fund-raisers for the church in charleston. for a list, visit nbc10.com. this morning the shootings in charleston will be the focus of discussion on "meet the
investigators in in california want to know how this fire started at a marina close to where the u.s. open is taking place. no one was hurt but 30 boats and other vessels were destroyed. smoke and flames from the fire could be seen during the live broadcast of the tournament. officials say the blaze caused about $4 million in damage. and firefighters in southern california are fighting a wildfire that has burned 1,000 acres of land. crews had to evacuate several people from the path of that blaze which started yesterday afternoon near santa margarita. officials say they hope to have at least half of the fire contained today. an additional 300 firefighters are expected to join those already working on the blaze. investigators are still trying to figure out how this fire started. drivers in new jersey continue to see higher prices at
the pump. this marks the fifth straight week that gas prices have gone up in the garden state. according to aaa, the average price of a gallon of regular in new jersey is $2.62, up two cents from last week, much lower than the 3.59 drivers were paying this time last year. here's a look across the area. in new jersey, most drivers paying around $2.62. in delaware, the average is $2.75 a gallon. and in philadelphia, 2.91 a gallon. today is father's day, if you don't have plans you may want to head to the steel pier in atlantic city. there are several things happening there today including the atlantic city grand prix
powerboat race the bass pro shops are offering a family fishing tournament of sorts on the pier this afternoon and all the rides there. all dads ride for free from noon until 5:00. good morning. we are still dealing with some flooding concerns that's going to be mainly confined to cape may county and stay in effect until 9:15. we are seeing moderate to heavy downpours within that area. throughout other parts of our area i'll show you that on radar. hot and humid conditions expected as we head into the rest of the afternoon. so our feels like temperature will get close to the mid 90s. a live look outside, low hanging clouds. we're seeing drier conditions at the airport just about 20 minutes ago rain was coming down. now in philadelphia at 75 degrees. wind speeds out of the west at 9 miles per hour. it is going to be a muggy start to thing, as we get into the afternoon, hot and humid conditions expected. here's what's left of bill.
you can see the heavy rain showers and thunderstorms are off shore. a few spotty showers depending on where you are. ocean city atlantic city that's where we are seeing our heaviest rainfall. outside of upper pitsgrove, some moderate rain. we did see rain at the airport but now things are clearing up and drying up. in south jersey you saw on average about two inches of rain fall. some flooding concerns where we are seeing the heavy rain mostly along the shoreline. by 8:00 9:00 spotty showers then clearing. a bit of sunshine. by 4:00, 5:00, another stray passing shower for parts of our area. keep that in mind as you make your plans with dad. dry conditions we'll see warm
temperatures today, actual high at 90 degrees. the feels-like temperature by 1:00 p.m., 90s. this afternoon we'll be in the mid 90s for the feels-like temperature. this it will be warm and sticky out there. temperatures between 87 to 90 degrees. hot and humid conditions will stick around. seven-day forecast shows the possibility of a heat wave. look at today, tomorrow tuesday. all temperatures in the 90s. we track another chance of storms heading into tuesday. same thing on thursday and then again on saturday. we got these photos of a possible lightning strike in kent county. these were posted the dellaware fire ems facebook page. this is in dover. fire crews are on the scene right there. it appeared in one of the photos
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. 0-2 pitch. a ball hit deep to left. taylor going back. and max scherzer has a no-hitter! >> the washington nationals max scherzer came within one out of a perfect game. but still managed to throw a no-hitter against the pittsburgh pirates. scherzer struck out ten yesterday for the second no-hitter in major league baseball this year. but it did not come without controversy. two outs in the ninth, scherzer hit jose tabata in the elbow ending the bid for the perfect game. some argued that he leaned into the pitch on purpose. the ump did not see it that way. the "today" show is coming our
way in about 12 minutes. let's go to new york and say good morning to erica hill and craig melvin. see what they got for us. >> hi ted. >> hi. >> i was saying hello to one of our producers. nice to be with you. we have a lot to get to we'll be live in charleston where mourners will be coming to worship and to remember the nine people who were gunned down earlier this week. this as we're learning more about the shooter and a hateful manifesto that has been found which appears to be from him. also ahead this sunday morning, could authorities be hot on the trail of those two escaped killers after yet another possible sighting near the new york/pennsylvania state line. an update in a live report. and on this father's day, a heroic dad battling cancer and proving to his kids you don't need superpowers to be a true super superhero superhero. >> and lester holt stopping by
one last time before he starts his new gig, he's anchoring "nightly news" now. well look at the impact he's had on this show over the last dozen or so years. >> that's all coming up on "today." >> all right. see you in about ten minutes. a special surprise in montgomery county for a vietnam veteran. >> god is good. a newly restored handicap accessible band was donated to larry scott yesterday at motor car makeovers in blue bell. the 67-year-old navy airman recently underwent spinal surgery that left his paralyzed. >> this is a sign for me that god is on my side and that things are going to get better. one day i'm going to walk again. >> we hope so. scott says the van will allow
him to visit his four children, 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild. i'm going home! >> leah still is going home. the 5-year-old daughter of cincinnati bengal stars devon still has been at children's hospital of philadelphia for several weeks undergoing stem cell therapy for her cancer. but yesterday she got some great news and her father posted this video on instagram. this morning on "meet the press" leaders from south carolina will talk about the church massacre joining us for a preview is chuck todd. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, ted. >> the deinbate in washington will that change in light of this shooting?
>> on guns i don't think you will see much change in washington. we're at a political stalemate on that front. here's where i think that this issue and more importantly i think the issue of racial reconciliation gets thrust upon the national debate. because we've had two high profile incidents in the state of south carolina on two issues. we had this massacre of course at -- in charleston on wednesday. before that you had the shooting a white police officer shooting an unarmed black man, sort of highlighting an exemplifying this issue of tension between law enforcement and the african-american community. when you look at the issue of race relations, racial tension in this country, perhaps the gun issue, because it all plays a prominent role on deciding who the nominees are, it will force the candidates to have a debate about both issues in ways that
normally wouldn't have happened. while i don't think anything happens in washington i think the presidential campaign will see both issues front and center. chuck, talking now about religion in politics. you'll be speaking with former arc governor and gop candidate for president, mike huckabee. he's known as the evangelical candidate. how big a role will religion play in the race? >> it's interesting, being an evangelical pastor turned governor, he was the second to last republican standing to john mccain in 2008 it is a powerful force inside the republican party. what was surprising was this confluence of religion government and politics coming together thanks to the pope who came out and said climate change should be dealt with as a matter of -- a good catholic should be worried about climb change. it will be curious see mike
huckabee's response to that. he intertwines faith and governing, not everybody likes that in general. but this intersection of it, the pope in some ways is calling for it climate change has been a wedge issue among republican candidates. i'll be curious to see what he thinks of what pope said. >> we look forward to the conversation. thank you very much chuck. >> all right. >> chuck moderator of "meet the press." you can watch "meet the press" here on nbc 10 at 10:30 this morning.
the rain is moving out of the area for now. the heat and humidity are moving in. >> that's right. so make sure you stay hydrated with dad today as you take him out. a live look at the rain drops, seeing on and off showers. that will continue for the next couple of hours. you can see the heaviest rainfall has already pushed through our area we saw between 1 to 4 inches if you were in delaware, you saw 4 inches in you were closer to south jersey 2 inches. now heavy rain moving through atlantic city and off the coast of beach haven. seeing another batch push to the south of victory lakes. then if we show you the next eight hours, helping you to plan your day. temperatures will warm up quickly. we will see actual temperatures at 90. our feels like temperature will be in the mid 90s for today. >> a hot one for all the dads out there. thank you very much for being with y the "today" show is up next.
good morning. love and hate. the historic church where nine people were killed wednesday night. opens its doors this morning. new images emerge of the shooter along with a chilling manifesto apparently written by him spewg venom at other races and religions. >> closing? hundreds of law enforcement officers zeroing in on a small town near the new york pennsylvania state line after another reported sighting of the two escaped killers. >> reporter: now reporting that -- possibly matching the description of the fugitives. >> could today be the day they're