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right now at 11:00, a new clue in the search for suspects in a violent home invasion. police want you to get a good look at this video. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. authorities hope someone will recognize those two men who they say broke into a couple's home in the middle of the night. nbc 10's monique braxton is live with a closer look at that video. monique. >> no one was injured when the three suspects forced their way into the door which is just on the other side of this air conditioner. but the victims tell us they were terrorized. investigators now have this surveillance videotape of three gunmen who forced their way into
an apartment here in the 1300 block of seller street last week. the couple told us two men tied up the 51-year-old male. while the 52-year-old female, his wife and grandson hid in an adjacent bedroom. the camera captured one suspect jumping a back wall of the property and the other two leaving the home with a flat screen. the female victim also showed where you say the stolen laptop and game system as well as keys were once placed. the male victim also told us about $200 was taken. if you recognize the three men captured on this home security camera system, you're urged to call philadelphia police. in frankford, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, monique. philadelphia police are also searching for two people in connection to a violent attack on a man in bustleton. the new video you're about to see is very graphic. the victim was standing in front
of the bar calls benny the bomb's on bustleton avenue when the man and woman walked up to him. the woman pointed at him and the man punched him, knocking them to the ground. as the victim was lying there, the man continued attacking him. the victim was taken to the hospital where he received five staples on his head. >> we are seeing showers in parts of our area right now and more are on the way as you look at the ben franklin bridge. it can be a very wet drive home. first alert meteorologist brittney shipp is here with the forecast. brittney? >> we are tracking showers for your evening commute. here's the showers developing north of cape may and parts of delaware. also into the poconos and lehigh valley. you can see our live shot and we're still seeing places move
in to places like hamburg. this will be the trend for the next couple hours but in the afternoon we'll see the brunt of the moisture arrive in our area. we have a chance to see thunderstorms throughout the entire area. all the area highlighted in green, that's what that means. a chance of thunderstorms. we could see severe thunderstorms, heavy downpours so be careful as you're driving home. your city planner shows as we go into the rest of today we will be well above our average of 71 degrees. by 4:00 p.m. 78 with a mix of sun and clouds. it won't be until later on for philadelphia that we get a chance of thunderstorms moving through. temperatures by 7:00 p.m. will drop quickly down to 73. coming up i am tracking your wet evening commute home. warm and breezy conditions today and a cool and dry weekend. i'll go over the details in my seven-day forecast. >> see you then, brittney. police say a shooting at northern arizona university that killed one student and wounded three others began as a fight between two different groups. this video from the campus in
flagstaff was taken less than an hour ago. the deltafraternity were victims but it was not fraternity related. it happened in a parking lot outside a dorm. police identified the shooter as 18-year-old steven jones, a freshman. he is in custody right now. >> we are, of course, shocked and deeply saddened by the circumstances that bring us together this morning. our thoughts are with the victims and families and our entire lumber jack family. >> the university says the campus is secure and classes are going on as planned today. happening today, president obama heads to oregon to meet privately with the families of the victims in the college shooting there. this is video of the president departing the white house a short time ago. at least one parent says his family will not meet with the president who's calling for new gun restrictions.
other people in the community of roseburg plan to protest mr. obama's stance on gun control. a gunman killed nine people at the community college last week before taking his own life. investigators are looking into a fire in south philadelphia that they are calling suspicious. nbc 10 near ninth street around 6:30. the fire marshal tells us trash was set on fire in front of an apartment building. there was some damage to that building. and this is what it looked like about 45 minutes later. skyforce 10 was over the scene as fire fighters worked to make sure the flames were completely out. also in philadelphia, a water main break shut down an intersection for an hour and a half. you can see water bubbling up around fifth and south streets. service was not affected. the prosecution is expected to wrap up today in the center city building collapse trial one day after testimony from one of the
men charged in the case. on the stand yesterday was the man who admitted playing a part in the deadly accident. that's sean benschop who testified for prosecutors. he told the jury "i should have walked away." he took a deal that will give him 10 to 20 years in prison. they was heavy machine operator working on demolition at the collapse site on 22nd and market. six people were killed, more than a dozen hurt when a four-story brick wall fell on to a salvation army thrift store two years ago. benschop testified against this man, griffin campbell. he's facing murder charges. his construction company was in charge of the demolition. he's facing up to life in prison if he's found guilty. the case is expected to resume tuesday after the columbus day holiday. the saints are marching into town this week end and the eagles are still looking for the second within of the season. the birds are also looking for their first home win of the regular season. here's the live look from our
exclusive eagles nest camera perched inside lincoln financial field. sunday's kickoff set for 1:00 p.m. team's 1-3 start, including sunday's loss to the redskins, on the kicking game and poor execution by his players. but he has softened his stance and widened that scope of blame. he now says everyone is under the microscope. >> we're a 1-3 football team so that falls on everybody's shoulders in this organization -- coaching staff, players. we here in this thing together and it's not one individual's fault but i think i tried to stress you can't blame it on this person. it's not just one individual's fault. we all collective will i v to come together and that's the message i've had to our team. so if it's been interpreted, it doesn't matter. i think they understand that. >> of course nbc 10 is your official television station of the philadelphia eagles. you can join us sunday morning for eagles game day.
john park will be there. it starts at 10:00 a.m. >> garrison on the breakaway. garrison scores! >> well, the flyers dropped its season opener to the tampa bay lightning last night. the game went into overtime because of a rule change this year it was the nhl's first three-on-three overtime game. the lightning won 3-2. it was also dave alhassane keita -- alhassane keitaal's game as coach. the team wants you to get fliered up. there's a pep rally at restelli market fresh in marlton. the flyers team will be giving out gear and people can get free tickets to the home opener on monday. meanwhile, the voting for the high school football game of the week was tie sod we had to extend it into today. rarely if ever happens. here's a look at the voting
results so far. the final two choices. you can cast your vote right now at nbc10.com. call or text your vote to 610-624-4111. we'll announce the winner later on in this newscast. police say an overnight attacker used an unusual weapon. the attack put a south jersey man in the hospital. wait until you hear what caused his wounds. we'll have that coming up. and days after he caught heat for seeming to criticize the oregon school shooting victims, presidential candidate ben carson is raising eyebrows again with his comments about victims of the holocaust. find out what he said straight ahead. it's going to be a warm and breezy day but i'm also tracking a wet commute as you head home. i'll let you know if these showers and thunderstorms will stick around for your weekend. that's coming up in my full forecast.
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a man escaped serious injury after he was stabbed with what police describe as either a large knife or sword. nbc 10 on the scene at jupiter drive in cherry hill as police took someone away in handcuffs. they have not said what role this person played or if he has been charged with any crime but investigators tell us the victim was stabbed in the hand and taken the hospital. he is expected to be okay. no word on a motive. another stabbing, this one in southwest philadelphia. police say someone robbed and stabbed an auto tag shop owner
20 times. police say the robber went into the shop about five minutes before closing time last night. in a matter of two minutes police say he robbed and repeatedly stabbed the owner. on top of that he locked the owner inside the building before running off. the owner managed to call 911. philadelphia police lieutenant john walker says police had to kick the door down to save him. >> living in this community myself, i know the people here and this guy has been here for many years. >> police are already reviewing video which shows the robber. police say the timing of the crime before the owner was closing up for the night was no accident. they think the suspect knew exactly what he was doing. house republicans are expected to meet this morning to try and figure out who exactly is in charge. the republicans' elections have been postponed until they can sort this all out. just hours after congressman kevin mccarthy confirmed that he was running to take over house speaker john boehner's job, he
suddenly dropped out. >> i think i shocked some of you, huh? we're serving. we should put this conference first. and i think there's something to be said for us to unite. we probably need a fresh face. >> we're just weeks away from the country reaching its debt limit and another deadline for a government shutdown. budget chair paul ryan is said to be outgoing speaker john boehner's favorite. aides say ryan isn't interested. he told reporters he's not running but boehner and are urging him to reconsider. republican presidential candidate ted cruz is campaigning in new hampshire today. he addressed the republican liberty caucus 2015 biennial convention this morning. cruz talked about the problems facing small businesses and also job growth he also promised to rescind president obama's executive orders that he called illegal and unconstitutional.
republican president presidential candidates ben carson is raising eyebrows with his latest comment. he suggested the holocaust would have been greatly diminished if german jews would have been armed with guns. it was a comment he made to wolf blitzer on cnn. carson drew criticism earlier this week by calling if potential victims of mass shootings to rush the attacker. the super pac that wants vice president joe biden to run for president pulled its first tv ad off the air. biden said he'd prefer it not run. the ad from draft biden recalls the car crash that killed the vice president's wife and daughter back in 1972 and how he continued to serve as senator during that tragedy. the ad drew criticism for appearing to exploit biden's personal losses. biden hasn't officially announced whether he'll run but excitement over the possibility is growing. nbc 10 delaware bureau reporter tim furlong is outside his house in greenville. >> there are some media members now gathered outside the greenville, delaware, home of
vice president joe biden. he's not here right now but he is expected home for the weekend. some will argue it's looking more and more like he will decide he's going to run for president. a couple things make us think that. the first is that video that aired from the draft biden super pac. it's a joe biden speech about his family tragedy edited over photos from his early political career and his family after his first wife and daughter were killed in a car crash in the early '70s. the ad closes with the words "run joe." the ad was pulled but one of the people who made the ad is a close personal friend of the family. he was beau biden's right hand man. it's hard to believe he didn't run the ad by the family first. the other thing that's come out. the "new yorker" said the vice president's people met with democratic national committee representatives to go over timeline, important election filing dates. that doesn't mean joe biden is running but they are at least making sure their ducks are in a row should he decide. i'll keep you posted on this story. should he decide he is going to run for president and he should decide he's not going to run for
president, we'll have you covered. in greenville, delaware, tim furlong, nbc 10 news. one year ago today shane michael haley was born. the newborn boy passed away four hours later from a terminal birth defect. his parents knew his life would be short so they documented their unborn sun's travon's tra social media and their facebook page has over 9,000 likes. we first brought you this story on nbc10.com. they visited places they enjoyed going to when they were kids, places shane would never get to experience. they called their journey "shane's bucket list" and it touched a lot of hearts along the way and now they're trying to raise awareness about anencephaly and the defect that claimed his life. and joining us now are his parents. thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >> this has to be so bittersweet for both of you but you received so much support. what has that been like? tell us what the process has been like for you guys.
>> it's been incredible. just from our family and friends. the facebook support and reaching out to other parents and parents reaching out to us it's been nice to go through this whole entire process because it is a life long journey but to have everyone along with us and all the support. >> dan, it's been a year, does it seem like it's been a year? >> it flew by, vai. it was an emotional roller coaster but like she said, with all the support we had, it made it a lot easier. >> tell us how you plan to celebrate shane's little life today? >> well, today we'll be going to the cemetery. we visit frequently. we have some decorations and a little cupcake for him and then this weekend we're going to be celebrating with family and friends taking place in the walk for wishes to help grant a wish for another child who has a terminal diagnosis just what we did for shane, his bucket list at the philadelphia zoo.
>> tell us more about that. tell us how you guys seized upon the idea for your stlent weekend. >> well, we actually met another parent at the cemetery who was taking part of this walk and we had set earlier -- >> just by chance? >> yeah. >> just by chance. >> we said we wanted to do something special. we talked to our nurses and she had mentioned she was doing this walk and i had looked at it but when she told us i said, you know, this is something we have to do. we can have our family and friends and we did all that we could for shane while we were carrying him and we thought what better way to celebrate his first birthday and to help another child? >> you guys are doing good work. i'm sure proud of you guys and i'm sure shane is proud of the both of you trying to find a cure for anencephaly. that's very, very important. >> absolutely. >> once again, the walk for wishes is this sunday at 9:00 a.m. at the philadelphia zoo. go to the nbc10.com web site and our nbc 10 mobile app for more
information. thanks for coming in. >> thank you so much, vai, we appreciate it. good morning, we have changes on the way. first of all it will be warmer today. i'm tracking thunderstorms and light rain that will affect your evening commute. closer look at our right now conditions at 71 degrees, a mix of sun and clouds, humidity is at 70%. wind speeds at 14 miles per hour. so definitely going to be a breezy day throughout the day with changes moving through. our a closer look at our severe outlook for today. all the areas highlighted in green basically means we have a decent chance to see thunderstorms today and with the chance of thunderstorms comes a chance of an isolated severe thunderstorm so we'll keep a close eye out as we head into the next couple of hours. closer look at our radar shot
shows that we are seeing light showers moving into parts of the area, mainly confined to lehigh valley and poconos pushing into berks county and lancaster county as we go into the rest of the day. the brunt of the moisture won't get here until we head into the afternoon. this will be light spotty rain until most of this moisture moving through parts of pittsburgh gets here in the next four hours or so. so closer to 4:00 p.m. we'll see some of these thunderstorms organizing themselves, light rain moving in, we could see heavy downpours embedded in this line of rainfall. from the poconos to allentown to redding the rain will be the heaviest closer to 4:00, 5:00, then we progress between the hours of 5:00 to 7:00. that's when we'll see rain moving through philadelphia, wilmington, stretching to trenton. for 7:00 p.m. that will be closer to south jersey. by 8:00 p.m. right along the shoreline then closer to 10:00, 11:00 we'll see clearing and drying out and that's going to set us up for lot oes of sunshi
as we head into saturday. also into sunday. the big difference is our temperatures are going to drop down and stay in the 60s. we are also going to be dealing with these strong wind gusts as we go into the rest of today gusting up to 20 miles per hour northeast philly, up to 21 in atlantic city. wind gusts right now up to 20 mile per hour in the poconos. temperatures wise, we're already mild, 73 degrees in philadelphia, 72 in atlantic city. as we head into the next 48 hours or so, you'll notice a big drop in our temperatures. today 79, by saturday we're dropping down into the mid-60s. so highs around the region today, some locations will push pretty close to 80 degrees. it will be even warmer than what we saw yesterday with yesterday's high staying in the mid-70s. seven-day forecast shows we'll start to see temperatures dropping down and then as we head into the rest of the weekend we're cooling down and our next chance of showers on tuesday. thank you, brittney. it's that time of year. you might start to see people
around you coughing and sneezing. flu season is here so when's the best time to get a flu shot? we'll find out how to improve your odds of staying healthy. that's coming up. plus, looking to lose weight? there's something simple you can do during a walk to burn more calories. find out what that is straight ahead.
you're looking at live pictures here we're about to show you from framingham, massachusetts, that's about 20 miles west of boston. a car slammed into a vehicle. it's an auction business and we're told that there are multiple reports of people getting hurt. we don't any control over this camera, but this is sort of a pullback. we're trying to push in here to try to get a better idea but a car slammed into a building in framingham and several people there are hurt. we're working to gather more information about that crash and we'll bring you the details as we get it into the newsroom. if you're wondering when is the best time to get your flu shot, the answer is right now. socket t october is the beginning of flu season and it takes two weeks for the immunity to work. doctors say last year the virus was only 19% effective and this year is supposed to be better. a call to service, a county is looking for volunteers for
checking out our top stories right now, investigators are looking into a suspicious fire in south philadelphia. the fire marshal says trash was set on fire in front of a bui building early this morning. no one was hurt. crews are making repairs to a water main that broke in philadelphia overnight you can see the water bubbling up at fifth and south streets early this morning. we've gotten new information just in the past 15 minutes. here's what we know so far. water is shut off to dozens of homes and businesses in the area. officials say they hope to have
the repairs done and water back on by early tonight but they warn getting the street back open may take longer for those who live in the area. ta camden county man is expected to be okay after police say he was stabbed in the hand with what was a large knife or possibly a sword. police took someone away in handcuffs from juniper drive in cherry hill. they have not said whether there was a motive. . >> i want to give you a live look at lincoln financial field where the eagles will host the saint saints and drew brees on sunday. we're seeing showers and expecting rain to move in later today although it looks nice there right now. will it clear out in time for kickoff on sunday in what's what infiring minds want to know. let's check in with brittney shipp with the forecast. >> it will clear up by sunday. in fact it will clear up by saturday. here's a look at your severe
outlook as we head into the rest of tonight. all the areas highlighted in green -- which is our entire area, has a chance to see thunderstor thunderstorms. keep that in mind. i it will be over your evening commute. allow extra time. a radar shot shows a few light showers starting to move through parts of our area. you can see them dying out towards the east. a few more isolated showers closer to lehigh valley and the poconos andbergs county. as we head into the rest of the day, this is the main system that will get here. it's moving through pittsburgh. it will take a few more hours. it should be here closer to 64-o'clock. that's mainly for the pocono into the lehigh valley. but 6:00, 7:00, the heaviest rain is over the philadelphia area stretching to wilmington and parts of trenton. by 10:00 p.m. most rain will be offshore so it will move quickly but it could drop rain in isolated areas. not a total washout.
closer look at our city planner shows by 4:00 p.m. it will be a warm day, 78 degrees. that's when we have our best chance of isolated thunderstorms over philadelphia. temperatures at 73. cooler air moves in after the rain comes through and so we are going to see much cooler temperatures as we head to the weekend. your headlines show i'll be tracking a wet evening commute warm and breezy conditions today. all the details coming up in my seven day forecast. vai? south carolina's governor says coastal communities in that state are bracing for a second round of flooding. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in columbia where cleanup is still under way from this past week's historic high waters. >> reporter: more than 11 trillion gallons of south carolina have pounded south carolina and 14 dams have breached throughout the state and officials are watching 70
others. >> the devastation is unbelieveable. >> south carolina's governor nikki haley is warning residents near coastal communities like georgetown, south carolina, to voluntarily evacuate. >> i know that this is your property and this is your home but this is your life. and we want you to be very conscious of the fact that we are trying to save it. >> she says a new round of flooding could linger up to 12 days but officials have opened an emergency shelter and they are limited to mostly rural areas more than 350 roads and bridges are still shutdown today the cleanup effort continues in columbia and homeland security secretary jeh johnson is set to tour the area. more rain is forecast for the weekend. gabe gutierrez, nbc news, columbia, south carolina. this year's nobel peace prize has been awarded to a tunisian democracy group. the national dialogue quartet
has been praised for its contributions to the first arab spring movement. the norwegian nobel committee says the quartet established an alternative and peaceful political process at a time when tunisia was on the brink of civil war. they hope the prize for tunisia may set an example for libya as they country begins the u.n. process an agency has approved a $100 million expansion of killer whale tanks in san diego but it banned the park from breeding captive orcas. activists praised that decision. seaworld says it was disappointed by the conditions attacked to the expansion which would triple the size of the existing killer whale enclosures. the company is considering its options. and a new video clue. police want you to get a good look at this video that could help them caresponsible for a violent home invasion. police says it shows the suspects who allegedly terrorized a family in the city's frankford neighborhood.
monique braxton brought us an exclusive on that story last week and she joins us with an update. monique? >> reporter: no one was injured inside the home but the victims told us they were terrorized. investigateors have this surveillance videotape of three gunmen who forced their way into an apartment here in the 1300 block of seller street last week. the couple told us two men tied up the 51-year-old male. while the 52-year-old female -- his wife -- and grandson hid in an adjacent bedroom. >> just tied me up and i cooperated with them. >> reporter: the camera captured one suspect jumping a back wall of the property and the other two leaving the home with a flat screen. the female victim showed where you say the stolen laptop and game system as well as keys were once placed. >> a 56-inch tv was right there. the playstation, kids playstation, xbox was over there.
the victims say the suspects took about $200. if you recognize the men seen on this surveillance videotape, you're urged to call philadelphia police. in frankford, monique braxton, nbc 10. meanwhile, new video of an armed robbery at a takeout restaurant in philadelphia tioga section. two victims say a man pointed a handgun and demanded their belongings so they handed over a wallet, an iphone 6 and segway hover board. the robber put the items in his car and drove away. he is still on the loose. and philadelphia police are looking for a robber who tackled a man and put a handgun to his head as he demanded money. this happened last month in north phil billy. this surveillance video was taken a short time later as the robber tried to use the victim's debit card as a store. meanwhile, prosecutors have charged an emergency room doctor in the lehigh valley with sexually assaulting two
children. the doctor turned himself in this week. police say he molested a five-year-old girl and a ten-year-old boy for the last four years. prosecutors say the assaults did not happen while the doctor was working. >> the decision to charge was made based on the statements of the child and from what i was told the children are very credible and are able to relay what happened to them. >> we're looking forward to our day 23 court. our hope is that not withstanding the type of charge this is, that everybody will keep an open mind. my client claims he is innocent of these charges. >> the doctor is free on bail. he says he hadn't been practicing medicine for more than a year because of the pending charges. delaware county is holding its first ever recruitment drive to fill a need for volunteer firefighters and ems personnel. nbc 10's katy zachry explains
why the need is so great. >> reporter: it's national fire prevention week and fire houses across our area are raising awareness for that as well as the need for more volunteers. one local fire chief said it best -- there is an "urgent need" for more volunteers. in the last few decades, the number of volunteer firefighters in pennsylvania has dropped from hundreds of thousands to just tens of thousands. now in the past, departments like norris stroun taken a billboard approach to recruiting. like today and tomorrow in delaware county they're doing things differently. fire houses are hoping up their doors so people who are interested in volunteer canning come buy, meet volunteer firefighters, see the trucks and equipment and ask questions they may have. now the fire chief of new town square is spearheading this recruitment effort for all of delaware county. in addition to looking for more volunteer firefighters, they're also looking for ems personnel. katy zachry, nbc 10 news. a popular streaming service is hiking prices.
find out how much more it will cost you to binge watch your favorite shows of netflix. we'll have that coming up. >> i'm tracking a warm and breezy day but more thunderstorms move in. that will have cooler temperatures down as we head into the weekend. i'll let you know what to expect coming up in my seven-day forecast. vince mazzeo-
fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
a new study shows walking at a varying pace can burn up to 20% more calories compared to walking at a steady pace. scientists say when you speed up or slow down it requires your legs to work harder and that uses up more calories. one of the most common complaints about flying? not enough overhead space to store those carry on bags. as nbc's tom costello reports, some of the airlines have heard those complaints and they're ripping out their bins to go bigger and wider. >> reporter: two million people. that's how many of us fly in the u.s. every single day. >> we are on a full flight today. >> please remember you share the other head. >> bin space will be running out. >> reporter: among the top passenger complaints? not enough overhead space to store all of our carry-on luggage. >> it really should just be the suitcases up there. >> i always try to carry on but i do go out of my way to make sure i have a big that fits. >> why don't you check the bag? >> i don't want to wait.
i'm in a hurry. >> reporter: there's also the expense. many airlines charge $25 per checked bag. for a family of four that can add $200 to a round trip ticket. last year, the airlines bagged $3.5 billion checking bags. >> checking overhead bin space. we're running out of room. >> reporter: the challenge for the airlines, where to put those carry ones. now the world's biggest airline maker says it has a solution. >> i'll show you the 737 mock-up. >> reporter: brant walton is boeing's interior manager. so this is a typical space and what have you done? >> we've taken this bin, made it larger ensuring each passenger has room for a big and we've created 50% more bag space. >> reporter: 50% more? >> that's right. it will hold two more bags in the same space. >> you have six bags compared to four. >> that's correct. >> reporter: on a 737, the expanded space will change bags from 118 to 178. 60 more standard-sized bags.
of course, not all bags are standard, they come in all shapes and sizes. but within two years, nearly half of alaska airlines fleet will be fitted with the larger bins. >> customers told us that they have a lot of anxiety whether or not they can fit their bag on that plane so by providing so much more bin space, it alleviates anxiety for them. >> reporter: back at boeing, a simple question for the design experts. where do you get the suffice do this? >> we've lowered the bins by two inches which gives easier access and visibility for passengers to unload their bags. it provides passengers easier reach to the lights. >> reporter: a little less head room but a little more room on top. >> that was nbc's tom costello reporting. general motors is recalling nearly 32,000 suvs because the wind shield wipers could catch fire. the recall is for 2016 buick enclave, chevy traverses and gmc acadias. only about 6,000 were sold. the rest are being held at
dealerships until they can fix the problem. you will soon be able to use apple pay at more places. starbucks, kfc and chilies will start accepting the payments. starbucks has been running a pilot program and it appears to be a success. more than one million stores like best buy already take apple pay. apple will also be expanding the service to allow for merchants' loyalty and rewards programs to be included in the app. and netflix is hiking the price on its most popular plan which lets two viewers use one subscription. the standard plan will go up one dollar to $9.99 a month. the change only applies to new customers, by the way, existing subscribers will stay the same price for another year. you may have heard of toast masters, an organization that helps people improve their public speaking and leadership skills. now some young people in our area are starting a version for kids called artists of speech. joining us to tell us more is
the president and founder of the club. she's a 14-year-old freshman at cherry hill east high school. also here is nerun kumarisan, the club's vice president. a 15-year-old sophomore. welcome to you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> let's start with you, ish, how did you get the idea to start this club? >> i moved to cherry hill in new jersey about a year ago and i noticed there was a lack of public speaking opportunities for young people here. and in michigan i was a part of an organization like this and toast masters, the way it works, helped me come out of michelle and t -- my shell and helped me. before, i couldn't finish a sentence without saying "um, or uh." >> or like. >> or like. and after i moved here i noticed there's nothing like this for younger generations, there's things like this for older
people. i thought i'd help people of my age and my peers out and help them overcome. >> that's pretty rare, i must tell you. you're aware there's a famous study that says that people are more afraid of public speaking than they are of death. you guys are probably aware of that, right? so here you are in your teens. nerun, you wanted to do this because you had stage fright issues, which is not uncommon, i suppose. has it helped? what has come of it? >> it's helped extremely. i started for stage fright, as you said, and that came from me plague music. i had no interest in public speaking in the beginning and after doing it over and over again i gained the confidence and that's prepared me for the real world. >> do you guys see this preparing you for the real world as adults? how do you see this helping you guys when you move into adulthood? you're still in your mid-teens. >> well, everything i believe starts young. so if you get confidence when you're younger, it builds up and you get better as you grow up. so i started when i was young
and i feel like where i am now at 14, i'm so much better than what i used to be and if i keep at it and continue i feel like i can do better when i grow up. >> nirun, is it helping you with your music? >> extremely. i'm doing musicals now. it's great. >> fantastic. for more information on their club, go to nbc10.com. we have a link there posted on our web site. also on the mobile app. we have posted a link. so we appreciate you guys coming in. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you very much. let's check the results of our high school football game of the week. voting was tied last night so it extended into today. coatesville and west chester east pulled off a narrow victory over potts grove and spring-ford. how about this, 48% to 47%. maybe the closest in the history of high school blitz. wow.
>> good morning, temperatures today expected to warm even w m warmer than yesterday. closer to 80 degrees. but it will be very short lived. i'm tracking rain as we head into your evening commute. warm and breezy conditions to start but then a cool and dry weekend is on the way both saturday and sunday. so a louvre look right now at some of our current temperatures. 73, or 63 degrees in the poconos. 37 in philadelphia. 72 in wilmington. low 70s in dover. 68 in millville. 73 along the shoreline so it's a nice enjoyable start on this friday. as we head into the rest of the afternoon and evening, all the areas highlighted in green, so virtually our entire area will see a chance of thunderstorms. so that's something we're going to watch closely as we head into the rest of tonight. so everyone has a chance to see an isolated thunderstorm, at least. our radar shot shows a few light showers moving in right now but this is the brunt of the moisture which will not get here until closer to 4:00 p.m.
that's when things get really organized. by 5:00 p.m. it's moving into parts of the lehigh valley, also the southern parts ofbergs county. between 6:00 and 7:00 philadelphia, 7:00 to 8:00 closer to the shoreline and closer to 10:00 p.m. mainly off the shore and starting to dry out. overnight we'll see clouds clearing up. that will give way to lots of sunshine as we head into your week end so saturday and sunday looks like we'll see nice conditions. closer look at our future rainfall amounts as we push into the rest of today. it won't be a whole lot with this system, maybe half an inch, a third of an inch closer to atlantic city but we could see heavy isolated downpours so we do expect to stay below an inch. our temperatures as we head into the rest of today will push closer to 80 degrees. so our average for this time of year, 70. by the time we head into the rest of today 79. so climbing up from yesterday's highs, 76. but a big drop as we head into tomorrow down to 65 degrees. we'll stay cool as we head into
sunday. your forecast for the eagles game by 1:00 p.m., kickoff 61 degrees. 56 and cool by the fourth quarter. today temperatures range between 77 and 80. isolated thunderstorms as we head into your evening commute. make sure you allow extra time to get home. seven-day forecast shows we will see temperatures below average but recovering into next week.
coming up at 3:00, it's an all new "ellen" with selena gomez and new jersey native taye diggs. ever leave your boarding pass in the seat pocket or toss it once you arrive? you could be putting your personal information at risk. at 4:00, what that bar code really shows and the change you can make to protect your identity when you fly. now to an update on our top story. police have a new video clue that could help them catch the people responsible for a violent home invasion. police say it shows three gunmen who allegedly terrorized a family along seller street in the city's frankfurt neighborhood. the suspects tied up a man while his wife and grandson hid in the bedroom. none of them were hurt. the robbers got away with $200, a tv and playstation.
if you happen to recognize these men, you're asked to call philadelphia police. let's bring in brittneyship for for a final look at the weather. >> it will be warm and breezy but as we get into the afternoon and evening commute we expect to see rain moving in so allow extra time to get home and our temperatures will get close to 80 degrees. but look at the difference between today and tomorrow. cold air l usher in. that will drop our daytime highs into the mid-60s for the temple game. is sunday loon cool for your tailgating, 67 degrees and nice. as we push into next week, mid-70s for us. nice again, we'll warm things right back up. >> take a coat for the fourth quarter. i heard you say eagles name you'll need a light jacket. >> you definitely need a jacket. >> nbc 10 news at 11:00, i'm vai sikahema for brittney shipp and all of us at nbc 10v a great day and a terrific weekend.
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