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today, facing the criminal charges against her. pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is expected to turn herself in for allegedly leaking secret grand jury testimony.ç and this morning, police in trenton are investigating a shooting that sent a teenage boy to the hospital. details are coming up. we are in for a weekend beauty. just light cloud cover out there this morning as we take a live look at center city. temperatures will rise to the mid-80s thanks to plenty of sunshine. good morning, welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this saturday. let's get right to that weekend weather with first alert meteorologist michelle grossman. good morning, michelle. >> good morning, rosemary. a beautiful day, temperatures in the mid-80s. really nice for this time of the year. starting out comfortable with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we'll see lots of sunshine as we head throughout our saturday. looking good, too, for sunday. there's a live look outside. temperatures cooler compared to
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this time yesterday. 6 degrees cooler in mt. pocono, 5 degrees cooler in atlantic city, bloomington, dover, compared to this time yesterday. otherwise we're looking at temperatures mainly in the 50s and 60s. a but full start to your saturday. if you're planning on getting outdoors, exercising, now is a good time. we're looking at temperatures so comfortable. throughout the day, temperatures not so bad at all for this time of year. we'll see low humidity as well. 59 in allentown. 62 in lancaster. 50 in mt. pocono. 61 in mt. holly, 65 degrees in dover, delaware, 64 in wildwood. it's 62 at the atlantic city airport. you're probably ac-free this morning, windows are open. you keep those windows open throughout the afternoon. by 8:00, mostly sunny, 71. lunch time 81 and 3:00 still looking great. 84, mostly sunny skies. a beautiful night tonight for your saturday night plans. we'll talk more about that and then of course showers and storms returning to your
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seven-day. we'll talk about that, too, coming up. a teenage boy shot in trenton is in critical condition. this happened around 1:00 on monmouth street. the victim suffered a chest wound. today, pennsylvania's top cop will find herself on the other side of the law. attorney general kathleen kane is expected to surrender to montgomery county district attorney's office to face charges that she leaked grand jury testimony. nbc 10's jesse gary is live outside of the courthouse in norristown. jesse, what's the attorney general saying about these charges? what's her reaction? >> reporter: rosemary, kathleen kane says she is not guilty and she will file these charges. the process to prove her innocence begins on the fifth floor of this building. she'll surrender to the detective's bureau at 1:30 this afternoon and be processed like anyone else. she's accused of leaking grand
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jury testimony in an attempt to embarrass two former staffers. kathleen kane declined request for an on-camera interview but released a statement saying, i am very disappointed the district attorney has made the decision to pursue this case. i have maintained my innocence from the day these allegations started and continue to do so today. she says she will not resign her office. there are growing calls for her to tstep down, including some governor tom wolf. can she be forced out? we'll explore that in the next half hour. a scare in the air stopped a flight out of philadelphia from getting very far. we've got video from just inside the plane. nbc 10 received these images of sparksç coming from the wing o this american airlines flight. we received these images from a passenger on board. the flight was heading from philadelphia to seattle. skyforce 10 was over the scene
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as the airbus 320 jet landed back in philly after just 40 minutes in the air. 145 passengers were on board. nobody was hurt. the other passengers were able to get on to another plane. federal authorities are now investigating. this morning, philadelphia police continue their search for two men who shot and robbed a bakery store owner. we first told you about this story as breaking news yesterday morning. the victim is in critical but stable condition. she was opening best cake kosher bakery at haverford and city avenues in the overbrook section of philadelphia around 6:00 yesterday morning. robbers shot her in the neck. it turns out this was the second time the bakery owner was robbed in just the past week. last friday she fought off her attackers. her regular customers are in disbelief. >> it's devastating for us. it's devastating for the community. these things do not happen in overbrook park. they do not. and they will not.
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>> investigators say surveillance cameras at the scene were pointed the wrong way so they need witnesses to come ford to help the investigation. police have new clues in the case of an 11-year-old delaware county boy who went missing and was later found dead in darby creek. police say a tip call led them to an area off of glenn more avenue in glenolden yesterday. there they found laquan lattimore's bike and backpack, his clothes were inside his backpack. lattimore's body was found in the creek wednesday afternoon. before that he was last seen riding his bike monday in folcroft. the medical examiner has ruled his death an accidental drowning but the boy's family wants more answers about what exactly led up to his death. former eagles star irving fryar faces up to ten years in prison after he was convicted in a mortgage scam. a jury found him along with his mother guilty of conspiracy and theft by deception. prosecutors claim they masterminded a bank and mortgage
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fraud scheme in burlington county. fryar played 17 seasons in the nfl, including three for the eagles. sentencing is set for october. as we prepare for the pope, we are taking a closer look at security for the papal visit. here's a live view of the ben franklin bridge which we've told you will be closed to cars during the visit next month. now the secret service is clearing the air about some rumors involving the bridge closure. the agency says there will be security on the ben but no checkpoints, no airport-style searches and no metal detectors for those walking across the bridge from camden into philadelphia for the papal weekend in late september. >> can't get every person out if there's going to be that volume of people, that's not plausible. >> as for center city, the secret service says the agency will provide a list of items you will not be allowed to bring with you into the secure zone. as soon as that list comes out, we will pass it along.
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septa is getting ready to hold a second lottery for special rail passes for the papal visit. the lottery will be on wednesday. it will be the same system septa used for regional rail passes. the passes now up for grabs are for the norristown high speed line and trolley routes 101 and 102. septa will notify the winners by e-mail next friday. be sure to check out the nbc 10 news app for complete information of all the transportation plans for the papal visit. you'll also find the pope's itinerary with specificç locations where you can see him while he's in philadelphia. today in the lehigh valley, performers take the stage in musikfest in bethlehem. culture club will perform tonight. still ahead, keep your eyes peeled. women across the area are becoming victims right inside
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bars and restaurants. what you need to look out for so pick pockets don't make you the next victim. plus this -- she's much more than a four-legged friend. next we'll explain how this woman's dog saved her life. we work weekends here. because it works for our patients. here, at cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia, we give our patients the freedom to make appointments that fit their schedules, even on weekends. because we believe in being here when our
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. a beautiful day today. beautiful start to the day. we're looking at sunshine throughout the area. we're looking at comfortable temperatures, cool in some spots, right around 50 degrees in mt. pocono. that's one of them. we're waking up to the air conditioner off, windows open. temperatures very comfortable. we're looking at just a few clouds outside, lots of sunshine throughout our saturday. right now it is cool in many spots. 60 degrees in horsham, 62 in trenton, 61 in kennett square. you're waking up to 55 degrees in quakertown and 58 in oxford.
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south and east, temperatures mainly in the 50s and 60s as well. 62 this morning at the atlantic city airport. 65 in millville and 61 in woodbine. cool this morning, lots of sunshine. we'll see the sunshine throughout the day. our uv index today, 8. that's very high. sunday same story, high. you could see skin damage, burn in 15 to 20 minutes. you want to make sure you wear the sunscreen, the sunglasses throughout the day. today sunny and warm, 83 to 86. we'll end up around 85 in philadelphia. cooler to the north and west. beaches around 80 degrees as well. we'll talk more about that. also talking about a rip tide issued at the beaches. your shore cast, coming up. a blind woman whose house caught on fire is alive this morning thanks to her dog calling 911. >> give me a kiss. >> nbc 10 was there last night when maria colon reunited with
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her service dog yolanda. on webs, colon woke up to find her house in holmesburg on fire. she yelled the word danger. that's when yolanda sprung into action, pressing a preset button on the phone. >> she called the police. >> she takes care of you. >> yes, we take care much each other. i'm her momly and she loves me too much. >> she loves you? >> i know she loves me. >> colon was not hurt. yolanda was treated for minor injuries, otherwise she's doing fine as well. you may recall our story two years ago about yolanda helping to save maria colon from burglars. the service dog chased two intruders out of the house. colon strum stumbled and fell before calling 911. help arrived thanks to a determined owner and her
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faithful pet. train trouble along the patco high speed line. something is causing the cars to suddenly stop without warning. we'll tell you what patco says is causing the malfunction. plus this -- spider-man in action. is he the hero or villain in this case? parentally there are two sides to this story. we'll explain, coming up.
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i was at my shop tied up with a customer when i realized the time. i had to get to the bank before it closed, so i made a break for it. when i got out it was almost closing time. traffic was bad. i knew i was cutting it close. but it was ok. i use td bank. it's got the longest hours and stays open an extra ten minutes every day. i'm sid. and i bank human at td bank.
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new this morning, a powerful typhoon is barreling towards mainland china after hitting taiwan with high winds and flooding raines. the storm killed at least six people in taiwan and injured dozens more. fallen trees and debris now cover the streets in more than 3
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million homes are without electricity. back here in the u.s. in northern california, fire crews say they now have the destructive rocky fire 50% contained. over the last two weeks, the wildfire has destroyed dozens of homes and forced thousands of people to evacuate. fire officials say diminishing winds and water dropping helicopters are helping crews to quench the flames. as you just saw a moment ago, president obama is saying the wildfires are getting worse because of climate change. he made that comment yesterday while serving a conservation bill at the white house. he says global warming is sparking a longer and more intense wildfire season. >> one of the things we're trying to work on with congress is make sure we are able to properly fund firefighting efforts but also that we're engaged in the conservation planning to ensure that we're preventing fires from happening in the first place. >> dry conditions have added fuel to the wildfires in california, montana, arizona and
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washington state. let's head to colorado where the convicted killer in the movie theater massacre will spend the rest of his life in prison without parole. >> we the jury do not have a unanimous final sentencing verdict on this count and we the jury understand that as a result the court will impose a sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole on this count. >> as you just heard, the jury failed to reach a unanimous decision on whether james holmes should get the death penalty because of the lack of agreement, a judge to sentence holmes to life in prison that will happen at a hearing later on this month. the same jury convicted holmes of opening fire inside a suburban denver theater three years ago. yesterday, a woman known as juror 17 spoke about why the jury couldn't reach that unanimous decision. >> i understand one or two holdouts? >> one solidly. and two still sort of on the
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fence. we ended our deliberations when one absolutely would not move. >> holmes killed 12 people and injured 70 others in the attack. prosecutors argued that holmes methodically planned the massacre and deserved the dearth penalty. defense lawyers blame the assault on mental illness. hero or villain? this cell phone video of aç brl involving a times square spider-man is raising that very question. witnesses say it all started when a man became heckling spidey and the masked man snapped. the guyon 0 the receiving end of spider-man's punches tells a much different story. >> spider-man was harassing a lady and her child, telling her to give him tips. the lady said no. he struck the lady -- no, he yelled at the lady. i stepped up to him, said why do you want to do that to a female?
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do it to me. >> new york city officials are calling for tough regulars for the characters after tourists have reported being bothered for tips and even sexually harassed. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> a nice day to stroll the city in philadelphia, maybe new york city like we just saw. beautiful weather today and tomorrow. enjoy the weekend. we do have a shower chance later in the poconos on sunday but everyone looking nice today. super saturday once again. we had a great weekend last weekend. we'll do it again this weekend. we're looking at a rip tide risk, though. just keep that in mind as we head into the water. later on this afternoon, a nice night for your saturday night plans. mostly clear skies, temperatures in the 70s and falling back into the 60s. right now we're at 70 in philadelphia, winds out of the north/northeast at 7 miles per hour.
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temperatures finally reaching 07 in philadelphia, 59 in allentown, 50 in mt. pocono. 61 in reading, 64 in westchester, 50s and 60s to the south and east as well. 64 in wilmington this morning, 62 in glassboro and 65 in millville, new jersey. a cool start, cooler than where we were at this time yesterday. mostly sunny skies. mostly sunny skies in our view from the adventure aquarium. by dinner time, 6:00, temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s. maybe you're dining outdoors. hope you can. 74 by 6:00 along the beaches and 76 by 6:00 in dover, delaware. eventually dropping into the 70s and 60s and some spots into the 50s overnight. a nice night overnight. we'll have a beautiful day, enjoy it, light winds except for the beaches. we're looking at a breezy day.
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we're looking at low humidity for everyone and comfortable temperatures for august standards. then tonight a beautiful night. sunday morning waking up to more sunshine, cloud cover comes in later on sunday. we're look at a chance for a shower, maybe a storm in the poconos later on sunday. keep that in mind as you head out. along the beaches, we are looking at a rip tide current risk. if you're heading into the ocean, if you feel like you're getting caught up in a rip tide, swim parallel to the shore. the city looking good, sunny and warm, 83 to 86. 85 today, by tomorrow, 86. a repeat performance. we'll take a quij look at monday and tuesday. the chance of showers returning monday and tuesday. we're look at the rest of your seven-day forecast and also talking about more sunshine in your seven-day in a few minutes. >> i couldn't say that.
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i feel you on that one. college students are preparing to head back to campus soon. new sexual assaultç protection willing in place when they arrive for the fall sell interpret -- the fall semester. it's all thanks to a law spearheaded by bob casey of pennsylvania. it requires uniform reporting standards for sexual assaults on college campuses. schools will also need to provide clear guidelines to students outlining sexual violence policies. >> give not only new students who could become victims the information they need to act when they are a victim but also to prepare the whole campus or community to take steps to prevent this in the first place. >> this is the first school year by the way that the law will be in effect. next, thieves are targeting women as they dine inside bars and restaurants in our area.
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the crime? pick pocketing. no doubt the pope's visit this fall will be an historic event but it's about to become even more significant because of what the pontiff will borrow from a past president to deliver his speech at independence hall.
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chances are we've all done it. i know i'm guilty, hung our purses or bags over a chair at a restaurant or bar. investigators tell us it's turning unsuspecting patrons into victims. it's a growing problem. deanna durante shows us who to watch out for and how easy it is for the crooks to get away. >> reporter: the people at the bar have no idea what's happening. >> wow. and then he walks right away. >> that is horrible. >> absolutely horrible. >> i would probably do the same thing. i'm sitting and talking and not paying attention. >> reporter: we showed the video to women around the area. you take a good look at these men. police say they hit here multiple times on july 25th and went to a local grocery store to steal some more. on july 28th the same two men appear to be back at it, this time in philadelphia.
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>> it is scary. >> reporter: please tell me these men could be behind a ring of purse and wallet thefts near the king of prussia mall. >> you always keep that bag on your arm? >> always, always. >> reporter: do not place valuables on chair backs or along the floor where you can't see them. and watch out for these men. if you know who they are, call police. 6:27 on this saturday. pennsylvania's attorney general is expected to play defense. nbc 10's jesse gary is live in montgomery county to explain. jesse? >> attorney general kane says she's not guilty and not resigning. can she be forced out of office? we'll talk about that, coming up right after the break. another weekend winner. looking so nice. cool in some spots. you're looking at long sleeves, 50 degrees right now. we have the sun shining and we'll see the sun shining all
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day long. a beautiful day today and end to your weekend. we'll talk more about it coming up.
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this is nbc 10 news. today pennsylvania's attorney general will turn herself in. she is expected to be arainarra on criminal charges that she leaked secret grand jury information and lied about it under oath. a warm and sunny start to the weekend. here's a look at the blue rock stadium. temperatures to warm well into the 80s today. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. 6:30 on this saturday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking mild conditions outside. a little different from what we might expect from august, right, michelle? >> it could be hotter than this. we're in the mid-80s today. off to a cool start. a beautiful start to the weekend. we'll have a beautiful finish as
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well. one place to be today, the poconos. here's a live look at the pocono mountains, lake wallenpaupack. a beautiful morning to be on the lake. we're tracking at temperatures mainly in the low 50s, close to 40 in mt. pocono. temperatures cooler compared to this time yesterday. 6 degrees for mount pocono, 5 degrees in wilmington, dover and atlantic city than this time yesterday. mainly putting us in the 50s and 60s. some spots have made it into the 70s. 50 in mt. pocono, 59 in allentown. 62 in lancaster. we're walking out the door, waking up to 70 in philadelphia. 65 this morning. in dover, delaware, 64 in wildwood and 62 in atlantic city. as we go throughout the day, by 8:00, 71. by lunch time, 81 and by 3:00 p.m., 84 degrees. beautiful day today, beautiful end to the weekend. we're tracking showers and storms during your workweek. new from overnight, philadelphia police say a man
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was killed while trying to help out a driver. according to authorities, a man saw a car driving the wrong direction on revere street in mayfair. he yelled to try to alert the driver. the car stopped and police say a passenger jumped out and stabbed the man. right now, officers are searching for that driver and passenger. and also new from overnight, a man thought to be sleeping was found stabbed to death in somebody's backyard. nbc 10 was on the scene on o oakford street. the woman who noticed the man in her backyard believed he was sleeping. homicide detectives are now looking for clues in this case. pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is expected to surrender to face criminal charges this afternoon. nbc 10's jesse gary is live outside of the montgomery county courthouse in norristown. and jesse, kane says she will
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not resign but can she be forceç from office? >> reporter: she's elected to the office of attorney general. she says she's not guilty. she could be, could be, forced from office by the state senate here in pennsylvania through impeachment. that would require a simple majority vote of the senators. we've done some digging. we're finding there's no will to do that at least not at this time. let's take a look at our video. the attorney general is charged with breaking the law by leaking secret grand jury testimony in an attempt to embarrass two former staffers. a critical philadelphia newspaper article provided the motivation for a revenge plot. that's according to the montgomery county district attorney. >> she lied repeatedly about her own actions, about the law and about her matters simply to support her version of events. >> reporter: in response, kathleen kane released a statement saying i intend to defend myself vigorously against these charges.
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i look forward to the opportunity to present my case in a public courtroom. a collegeville district judge will arraign here via video conference. the entire process should be very quick, maybe ten minutes total. we hope to hear from the attorney general after that. live in norristown, montgomery county, jesse gary, nbc 10 news. a scare in the air stopped a flight out of philadelphia from getting very far last night. we have video from inside the plane. a passenger sent us these images of sparks coming from the wing of an american airlines flight. the plane was flying from philadelphia to seattle. skyforce 10 was over the scene as the airbus 320 jet landed back at philly international after just 40 minutes in the air. 145 passengers were on board. nobody was hurt and the passengers were able to get on another plane. federal authorities are now investigating. more than 100 people being held on drug charges will go
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free. this after a philadelphia judge overturned convictions tainted by allegations of police corruption. you may recall the six narcotics officers who went to trial for corruption. a jury aquited them earlier this year but any evidence of corruption that was uncovered during the investigation can be used in court subsequently by any suspects the officers arrested. an assistant defender at the defender association of philadelphia tells nbc 10 that he has filed 1,400 petitions asking for new trials for suspects convicted in drug cases involving those six officers who were charged but later cleared. so far, 158 of those drug convictions about been tossed out. this by the way is the largest single dismissal of drug con vicks in philadelphia history. it brings the total number in this scanned toll more than 500. trouble on the rails. patco says it's found a part defect that's causing trains to suddenly stop.
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officials say it's happened 43 times from may to july, causing operators to remove passengers from trains. they have to get them off if you're traveling between philly and south jersey, they have to get on another train or the bus. the problem is in the brake pads of the older cars. he also says the agency is working on some temporary solutions. patco is in the process of upgrading its older cars. in may, they followed out six refurbished cars to help give commuters a more comfortable and state-of-the-art ride. hard to believe, but we are now less than 50 days away from the pope's arrival in philadelphia and hisç historic visit will involve a piece of presidential history. the gettysburg lectern. this is the same podium that abraham lincoln used to deliver his gettysburg address. pope francis will use it at his independence mall appearance in september.
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>> just as lincoln addressed the most important issues of his time from this lectern, so, too, will pope francis. >> the lectern is on lone from the abraham lincoln foundation. president lincoln used it to deliver his address in gettysburg on the afternoon of thursday, november 18th, 1863. for complete coverage of the papal visit, be sure to go to our website, nbc10.com or check out the nbc 10 news app. no matter what line of work you're in, let's face it. we all have interesting colleagues. the people in mid. township probably have you beat. meet courthouse the cat and see what this feline packs into an eight-hour day.
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i was at my shop tied up with a customer when i realized the time. i had to get to the bank before it closed, so i made a break for it. when i got out it was almost closing time. traffic was bad. i knew i was cutting it close. but it was ok. i use td bank. it's got the longest hours and stays open an extra ten minutes every day. i'm sid. and i bank human at td bank.
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now your nbc 10 first alert
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weather. all right. a good saturday morning. hope it's a good one so far. looks good in terms of the weather. beautiful day today. beautiful day tomorrow. we're looking at a few clouds outside. a live view from our adventure aquarium camera. more sunshine as we head towards sunday as well. temperatures are cool in some spots, especially to the north and west. we've made it to 70ç in philadelphia. 65 in northeast philadelphia, 61 in kennett square. cooler to the north and west, 50 degrees in mt. pocono, 55 this morning in quakertown. 61 in reading, 59 in blue bell. you need light long sleeves this morning. 61 at mt. holly, 65 in millville and 70 in philadelphia. today lots of sunshine. that's going to give us a uv index around 8. same story on sunday. you can see a sunburn in 15 to 20 minutes. you want to wear the sunscreen as you head out today. warm, 83 to 86. we'll end up around 85. 87 is normal for this time of year. pretty close to normal.
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another beautiful one on sunday. we look at that forecast coming up. today in new york city, teams will begin testing all the cooling towers in the bronx in an attempt to cut off a deadly outbreak of legionnaires disease. mist have been linked to the outbreak. all of them will be tested within the next two weeks and decontaminated if necessary. the centers for disease control and state officials have sent staff to help with the massive task. >> this is an all hands on deck situation. we need all of our partners at every level of government to help address the situation. >> health officials insist they have a handle on the outbreak as the rate of newly diagnosed cases is slowing but so far, 101 people have been infected and 10 people have died. a town hall in new jersey has turned into a cat house and no one's complaining. >> some of our residents come in and specifically ask for him.
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>> i'm ted greenberg with a pet who's gained popularity because of where he chooses to spend his days. and the phils take their show on the road. the late-night highlights plus all the day's sports are ahead.
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in cape may county, a cat adopted from a local shelter has attracted quite a fan club as nbc 10 jersey shore bureau reporter ted greenberg shows us, it's because of where he prefers to spend his days. >> reporter: his day begins with a short commute just before 8:00 a.m.
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>> he follows me right to the door. >> reporter: the door of the middle township municipal building. >> he actually will sit and head butt the door until someone lets him in. >> reporter: he is courthouse, a cat named for the cape may courthouse section of this community. >> just about everybody knows him. >> reporter: for more than a year -- >> he first has breakfast in the tax assessor's office. >> reporter: he's chosen to spend business hours -- >> he'll get in amongst all the paperwork. >> reporter: pitching in or roaming around town hall. >> he's in charge around here. >> he'll go to our municipal court, sit up on the bench with the judge. >> reporter: what happens if you need to use that calendar? >> i'll find something else to do rather than make him move. >> reporter: normally i would think only service animals are allowed inside. >> correct, yes. he's been welcomed by the governing body. he's a mascot. >> reporter: courthouse does have a home right across the street. >> he's a community cat.
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we created a facebook page for him. he has more friends than my wife and i combined. >> reporter: miking cronyn and his family adopted the 4-year-old feline and his sister who prefers staying closer to home a couple years ago from the cape may county animal shelter. >> it's the right thing to do. the shelter takes such good care of these animals. >> reporter: i asked the folks if they are worried about courthouse getting hit by a car. >> i swear he looks both ways before he crosses. we think there's somebody in there. he just really seems to know what's going on. >> reporter: of course, courthouse can't last eight hours without catching some cat naps. and he definitely doesn't look forward to 4:00 p.m. >> at the end of the day he doesn't like being kicked out. >> reporter: courthouse soon heads home for the night and unlike most of us, had guy is happiest when it's not the weekend. ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. >> pretty good argument for reincarnation, right? maybe he's a former lawyer or judge. you heard the family say courthouse was adopted from the cape may courthouse shelter.
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next week, we are clearing the shelters in our area, adoption fees will be lowered at local shelters to help pets find homes you can help out. first all you have to do is join the conversation and help raise awareness by sharing the event on social media. use #cleartheshelters. with your posts send us pictures of your pets. we'd love to see them. of course, come out on saturday, august 15th to welcome a new friend into your family. for locations and fees, go to the nbc 10 news app. of course, don't miss our special clear the shelters edition of nbc 10 "@issue" tomorrow morning. we'll have tips forç easing a sheller pet into your home and talk to you buy shelters are flooded with kittens this time of year. plus, nbc 10's keith jones will tell you all about his new 8-week-old puppy charlie. don't miss nbc 10 "@issue," that's tomorrow morning at 11:30. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we are loving the story about courthouse this morning.
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we're loving the weather this morning as well. a little cool this morning in spots but a beautiful start to your saturday. a beautiful end to your saturday. a beautiful end to your weekend tomorrow as well. a super saturday, a weekend winner. looking beautiful today. we are looking at the chance for rip currents along the beaches. if you're in the ocean, watch out for rip currents. always swim parallel to the shore if you feel you're getting caught up in one. saturday night, looking great, mostly clear skies. we're waking up to sunshine on sunday and sunshine this morning in philadelphia. 70 degrees. that's the hot spot so to speak. we're looking at mainly 50s and 60s. sunshine across the area, 61 in reading, 62 in atlantic city. lots of bright sunshine. bring your sunglasses this morning. you'll need your sunscreen once again. a beautiful view from the adventure aquarium camera. all the views looking nice this morning. temperatures are cool to the north and west. mt. pocono, 50 degrees, 59 in allentown.
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62 in lancaster. i'm sure no complaints with the windows open, the ac off. 62 in atlantic city and 65 in dover, delaware. as we go throughout time, high pressure in control today. that's a good thing. that will bring us nice weather, low humidity with northeasterly flow. we're looking at low winds everywhere else. mostly year night, sun waking up to mostly sunny skies. we deal once again on sunned with another nice day. a little different to the north and west. could see a pop-up shower, certainly more cloud cover. otherwise we're looking at a nice, fun day. the beach is looking good, the poke knows lo poconos looking good. look at this forecast. highs, moderate risk of rip currents at the beaches, 80, breezy today, by sunday 81 degrees. today, closer to the city, 85 degrees. sunny and warm. repeat performance of 80 on
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sunday. by monday, we're looking at a chance of thunderstorms, 85. tuesday, showers and storms and then a quick, quick look at wednesday, thursday and friday. lots of sunshine, temperatures in the mid-80s. >> nice to see the 80s. thanks, michelle. the "today" show starts at 7:00. we check in with erica hill and craig melvin. they join us live from new york. >> nice to see you. just ahead on a saturday morning, donald trump is sent packing, told he's no longer to speak at a gather in atlanta after hurling new insult at megyn kelly, fox news anchor. we'll speak with the communications director about where trump fits into the party. shock in colorado after james holmes avoids the death penalty. holmes shot and killed 12 and wounded 70 others in a movie theater massacre. we'll talk about the only juror talking out about tense deliberations. we'll talk about that lone juror who apparently saved holmes'
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life. if you're thinking about plastic surgery, we'll give you a reality check on not only what you ned to know about the procedures but the most important questions to ask your doctor. >> we'll introduce you to a husband who shocked his wife by revealing to her that she's pregnant. how did he pullç that one off,e asked? watch to find out. it's the video that's gone viral, rosemary. >> i don't know how he did it. >> here we go. i'm curious to find out. i will be watching. >> we'll show you. >> have a good day. >> the phils' hot streak continues. last night against the padres the phils belted four solo home runs to complete a comeback win in san diego. the game went into extra innings and cameron rupp hit a leadoff home run in the 12th to give them the lead. this is their 14th win in 19 games sin the all-star break. the phillies continue the road
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trip against the padres. the first pitch is at 8:30. here's john clark. nick foles got guaranteed money with the rams. he signs a two-year contract extension that will pay him $24 million in addition to this year. that's almost 14 million guaranteed. the birds have been trying to get a deal done with sam bradford. sam may pass for now. sam says his knee has been feeling great after the five practices he's gone through. he's trying to get his timing down again. he hasn't played a real game in almost two years. so the first preseason game in eight days will be real big for him. >> it's crazy. it seems like just yesterday that i was in cleveland walking to the locker room. i thought this day would never come. here we are, a little over a week away. get out there and play real football. that's always exciting. until i'm able to get hit, you can't simulate when the pocket breaks down. you have to make a hard hitch up and scramble. i've been put in a few of those
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situations so far and i feel like my knee's held its own. >> that's good to hear. on the other side of the ball, the eagles defense have given up the most passing yards over the last two seasons. they gave up four key secondary backs. they have a new secondary coach. safety malcolm jenkins, the only starter left in the secondary from last season. he says the defense right now is already better than last year's unit. >> there's always growing pains bringing in new guys. i think we're further ahead than we planned to be at this point. last year we weren't always on the same page as to how we saw different things. different rooms saw it different ways. i think collectively everybody sees the playbook and sees our scheme the same exact way. >> and it is a new chapter this year. nbc 10 is your official eagles station. we'll have pregame and postgame shows for all of the preseason games. the preseason opener is sunday, august 16th, coverage starts right here on nbc 10 at 12:30. i'm john clark from comcast
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sports net. have yourselves a great weekend.
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today, the eagles fly for leukemia charity will be at the
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zoo. eagles fly for louk ma has raised more than $10 million for pediatric cancer research and family support. the weather really makes or breaks events like that one. they really lucked out with that one today. >> beautiful. picture perfect is august. it could be 90s, hot and humid. it will not be that today. beautiful shot right there. lots of sunshine, especially this morning into this afternoon and evening hours. 85 degrees, low humidity. very, very nice. we'll keep it nice tonight for events like that, mostly clear skies, temperatures dropping back into the 70s and eventually the 50s and 60s. tomorrow we'll have a repeat performance. low humidity once again, 86 degrees, lots of sunshine. changes come on monday, more clouds, a chance for a shower or thunderstorm. >> that will do it for us for today. the "today" show is next. michelle and i will see you right back here at 8:30.
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good morning. trump dumped. the frontrunner disinvited today after slamming fox news anchor megyn kelly again. >> she gets out and starts asking me all kinds of questions. you could see blood coming out of her eyes. blood coming out of her wherever. >> is the party standing by trump? we will talk to a top party official. shock and outrage. victims' families furious after the colorado jury spares the man who went on a killing spree murdering 12 and injuring dozens more. this morning,

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