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right now at 11:00, an early preview of winter in mid-october. frost covering windshields. the first time this season, folks had to bundle up on their way to work. good morning, i'm lauren mayk. it has been a chilly morning and if that seems odd in the middle of october, well, you are right. temperatures are well below normal throughout our area today. commuters across our area this morning dealt with a cold blast as they made their way to work and school. we caught one people waiting for the septa train in jenkintown, montgomery. some told us the winter-like conditions caught them off guard and others haven't pulled out the winter gear yet.
>> my gloves are here. my heavy coat is here. >> it's kind of weird, the other day i was in sandals and shorts, you know, on friday, running around. did get a little nippy for that. >> the full changeover of your closet and put away those warm weather clothes just yet, temperatures will get back to normal. the question is when will that happen? when are things going to warm up? bill henley is here with your forecast and your answer. not today. how about that? going to stay chilly through the day. this should catch no one off guard. it was in the forecast for days. we have got sunshine, temperatures are warming up, but it is going to stay chilly through the day. this is a live view from the nbc 10 stud grows, a little bit of a breeze blowing. look at that, not a single cloud in the sky. we are seeing a pretty quick warmup, dropped down into the middle 30s in philadelphia. philadelphia international, low temperatures of 35 this morning. it is now 45. very little wind at the airport. the wind is going to stay below 10 miles an hour for most of the
day. among the coldest was trenton, a record low this morning of 27 degrees, now 44. and we head into the afternoon, it will warm into the 50s. not just trenton, pottstown, millville on the way to the 50s after dropping down into the 20s overnight. still chilly for roxborough and philadelphia, fifth and wharton, 56 degrees. look at this, barely a cloud in the sky. the only clouds nearby are offshore. yesterday, we saw some scattered showers, saw some snowflakes in the region, too, thank's not going to happen today. sunny skies through the day, need the jacket and your sunglasses for today. so, stand by for warmup into the 50s. by 1:00, 50 degrees, 53 at 4:00, but once that sun is down, we are back into the 40s. there is warmer weather on the way, lauren. i have got the 7-day forecast when i come back later this half hour. now to a developing story in decision 2016, the answer so
many people on the sides of the political aisle are anxious to hear, will vice president joe biden run for president? sources close to bind say a decision is expected in the next 48 hours. biden has been considering a run for months, but has also blown past several self-imposed deadlines to announce a presidential run one way or the other. mean wyche the feud between republican candidates donald trump and jeb bush is getting more personal. over the weekend, trump jabbed bush about the role of his brother, the former president, during 9/11. jeb bush fired back with this ad. >> trump says he has "always felt that i was in the military" despite never serving in the military and draft deferment during vietnam. >> it looks as though he is an actor playing the -- a role of a candidate for president. mr. trump talks about things that as though he is still on "the apprentice." >> well, donald trump leads the gop presidential poll. bush is in the middle of the pack. one driver is in critical
condition following a crash involving a car and a tow truck. this happened around 2:15 this afternoon near pen rose and patson avenues in south philadelphia. no word on what caused that crash. philadelphia police are on the scene of two car fires that appear to be arson. they happened around 3:15 this morning near the corner of janney and east tioga streets in the city's port richmond neighborhood. police say someone put rags in those two cars and then lit them on fire before taking off. a neighbor managed to put out the fires with a garden hose. the cars were damaged but just slightly. from our delaware bureau this morning two families are homeless after fire tore through their mobile homes. officials say it is a case of arson. flames broke out early yesterday at the trailer park on indiana road in stanton. police told us three homes were set on fire. damage to two of them is in the tens of thousands of dollars. one victim told us he and other family members, including
children, woke up to the smell of smoke. >> running outside the house and she is like, running -- fire, fire, and then we were like, wake up and everybody woke up. >> the red cross is helping the families involved. police have not made any arrests but they say it appears the culprit actually tried to steal a car before setting those homes on fire. this morning, fire investigators are back at a country club in montgomery county trying to figure out why a clubhouse there went up in flames. this fire started yesterday morning early at the moo loo country club in upper dublin. the fire was contained to the clubhouse. officials say that is a total loss. 100 firefighters had to fight the fire. the building's design, including its wooden roof, made it difficult to put out the flames. to make things worse, the nearest fire hydrant was 1500 feet away. >> actually, tap into three
different hydrants just to have enough water to fight the fire. we had several thousand feet of hose that are all coming from different points. >> i have never seen a fire in person that strong before. >> no one was hurt in this fire. country club officials issued a statement thanking members for their support and saying they hope to come back stronger. new video this morning of a suspect wanted for robbing a 7-11 in southwest philadelphia. police say this happened in the store on south 70th street just after midnight back on september 7th. now, they say a suspect pulled out a gun and made off with $300 and cigarettes. if you have any information on what you see here, call philadelphia ya police. delaware state police are looking for two armed and dangerous murder suspects after a deadly home invasion in the dover area. troopers say celine shabazz and matthew harrington broke into a home in rodney village saturday morning. clifton uighur was killed in a struggle with the suspects and his 18-year-old daughter was shot and killed as the suspect
ran from the home. happening now, the jury in the center city building collapse trial has resumed deliberations. the jurors have to decide if demolition contractor griffin campbell acted recklessly in july of 2013. he is charged with third--degree murder. his company was taking down a building on market street when a four-story brick wall collapsed on to a neighboring store, killing six people. the defense called it a horrible accident. prosecutors claim campbell valued money over lives. also happening now, chaka fattah jr. is back in court for allegedly misusing federal education funds. prosecutors say the congressman's son misused nearly $1 million in education funds to pay for personal expenses. fatah says none of that is true and the government's case against him is weak. now, his father, congressman chaka fattah, is accused in a separate case of misusing federal grants and charitable donations. he denies any wrongdoing.
his wife, nbc 10 news anchor, renee chenault-fattah is currently on leave from nbc 10. she is mentioned in the federal indictment against her husband. the feds allege she took part in a scheme to fraudulently sell a car in order to pay closing costs on a vacation home. she is not charged and denies any wrongdoing. new information this morning about the 2-year-old boy found wandering in love park. a ministry has now launched a campaign to raise $12,000 in 12 days for the boy's family. parents told police they were kicked out of their home on friday so they spent the night in love park. and then the toddler ran off while they were asleep. he and his 4-year-old sister are in state custody for now. a group called chosen 300 wants to raise enough money to pay for one year of housing for the family along with providing money management and social services. choppy waters and cold winds kept the coast guards busy over the weekend, pulling off several rescues in south jersey.
a man fell overboard about 21 miles offshore from atlantic city. he managed to get back on his boat and wait for help. the coast guard helicopter took him to get medical attention, but that was not the end of this rescue. the coast guard had to board the man's boat and take care of the cat he had with him. then the coast guard had to airlift two fishermen to safety. their boat got stuck in shallow waters off brigantine late saturday night. the coast guard says the men had mild hypothermia when crews arrived much on saturday, a crew from the coast guard's cape may station had to tow a sailboat to safety. the boat broke down, a freeze advisory in effect, the person on board that bolt could not risk spending the night on the water. now to decision 2015. the race for if i recall mayor is back in the spotlight tonight. democrat jim kenny and republican melissa murray bailey debate with two weeks left before election day. the debate is set for 7:30 tonight at temple university center for the performing arts.
doors open 5689:30. the forum is free but do you need to register. you can also tweet your questions to at philly.com using the #next mayor phl. take a look, we are gonna show you what it's gonna be like tonight a live look inside a link from our eagles nest camera. the stadium is all guy yet now, but tonight, it will be quite different. the joint will be jumping as the birds host their arch rival, the new york giants, for monday night football. now, even more than a rivalry game, tonight's done test is a battle for first place in the nfc east. the eagles, 2-3, division-leading giants, they are a game ahead at 3-2. and we have got a look for you of coach tom coughlin and the giants arriving in center city yesterday. quarterback eli manning is on pace for a career year, but you know, he has lost to the eagles 11 of the last 14 meetings. and he knows what to expect from birds and their fans tonight. >> it will be loud. they will be fired up.
it will be rocking. and so we got to do our job and we got to go out there and play smart, handle the crowd noise, hopefully get off to a fast start and try to calm them down. >> the eagles will be wearing their black jerseys tonight, so bird fans are ready to do likewise in a blackout at the linc. also tonight, the eagles at halftime will induct former running back brian westbrook into the team's hall of fame. he played his college ball at villanova. he was a workhorse on the offense during the birds' run of nfc title games in the last decade. westbrook also etched his name in eagles history with this 84-yard game-winning punt return against the giants. fittingly, this happened on this very day back in 2003. brian westbrook will join us live at the linc for a special edition of "eagles gameday kickoff." it starts tonight at 7:00 right here on nbc 10, the official station of the philadelphia eagles. trouble in midair aboard one commercial jet. a wild scene inside the
cab.forces a pilot to make an emergency landing. coming up, we will tell but what allegedly set one passenger off. a motorcycle crash caught on camera. why did the driver suddenly swerve into the motorcyclist's path? that story just ahead. cold weather to start with, but we are making a nice rebound during the day today. plenty of sunshine and there are some changes ahead, including another round of some cold air. got your 7-day forecast just ahead.
a pilot was forced to make an emergency landing at l.a.x. overnight. it was triggered by an alleged dispute between passengers over a reclining seat. nbc's tom costello reports. >> reporter: a southwest airlines 737 heading from los angeles to san francisco forced to make an emergency landing sunday evening after an altercation between two passengers. one passenger on the flight tells nbc news that minutes after takeoff, a man began choking a woman sitting in front of him after she tilted her seat back. she screamed for help and the crew came to her aid. shortly after, the pilot radioed back to l.a.x. and returned safely. >> reporter: another witness posting this photo to instagram showing several police cars on
the tarmac as the plane arrived. southwest airlines confirmed the pilot made the emergency landing because of a "rapidly escalating situation between two passengers." the airline did not provide further detailsen on the altercation though witnesses say the man was removed from the flight and detained. >> that was tom costello reporting. the fbi confirmed that the individual was detained for questioning but no arrest has been made at this time. a michigan man is dead, shot and killed by a pastor after stormed into a church and threatened everyone inside. the 25-year-old man ran into a building holding a brick. the pastor pulled out a gun and shot the man several times. investigators say the pastor had been trying to help the 25-year-old before this incident. police say the man has a history of threatening the pastor and member he is of the congregation. police in central florida believe they have found the body of an 11-year-old girl missing since last year. the body was found inside a
freezer at january naya thomas' grandmother's bradenton home. authorities say the body is likely the girl not seen since august of last year. investigators say the girl's all the and grandmother made the discovery and then called police. general naya's mother was arrested friday after refusing to answer questions about her daughter's whereabouts during a court hearing. a medical examiner will now determine the official identity of the body and the cause of death. a moat other cycle helmet camera captures a dramatic crash on a rural road in texas. brian fisher's helmet cam caught his friend crossing a double3ztc yellow line when a white pickup truck suddenly swerve and clipped his motorcycle. the crash sent him and his girlfriend into the air and on to the side of the road. the man had minor injuries much the woman broke her wrist and had deep cuts in her arm. fisher confronted the driver and asked him what he was doing and why he swerved.
>> swerved. >> i don't care. >> yeah, we got it on tape. >> i don't care. >> you will care. >> the driver claims that a wasp stung him. he could face felony charges. investigators in santa cruz, california, are still trying to determine what caused a driver to plunge off a pier over the weekend, killing one man and leaving another in critical condition. witnesses say they spotted the white sedan driving erratically saturday night before this car went over parking blocks, broke through a railing and fell into the water below. in louisiana, fire crews are busy fighting a fast-moving marsh fire. the fire started yesterday afternoon in the town of mccomb. 30 acres were burned, about 200 acres are still being threatened. no word yet on how this fire started. louisiana is currently under a burn ban because of extremely dry and breezy conditions. israeli security forces placed a guard post in a
palestinian neighborhood in east jerusalem as part of heightened security in the area. israel has deployed thousands of police backed by troops to maintain order around the country over the past few weeks in response to escalating violence between palestinians and jews. speaking during an official visit in madrid, secretary of state john kerry says he is working with leaders to find steps to reduce tension. >> the united states remains deeply concerned about and engaged in efforts to help israel with risk factor security, but we also share a global interest in seeing the region find a way forward. >> kerry is expected to meet with israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, later this week, and with palestinian president, mahmoud abbas over the weekend. happening now, first lady michelle obama is getting set to unveil a new phase of her initiative, encouraging students
to continue their education after high school. here is a live look now after the event, a new phase of her reach higher initiative happening at the white house. the website, better make room.org, will be a place for 14- to 19-year-olds to get information on signing up for the s.a.t. and act exams, as well as filling out financial aid forms and aflying to college. on wednesday, she will head to ohio for a rally at the university of akron with nba superstar, lebron james. ç09i 20 minutes after the 11, the temperatures are climbing under bright, sunny skies, this morning, a different situation. skies were clear, the temperatures plummeted overnight. in fact, record cold temperatures for trenton, which dropped down to 27 degrees, breaking the old record by 3 degrees. a chilly day to the day, we will see sunshine, only manage 50s this afternoon. we should be, this time of year, in the upper 60s for high temperatures, 40s for football
tonight. the eagles take on the giants at the linc. temperatures dropping. this will be pretty much what it is going to feel like at game time. the sun will be down. the sun is helping it feel a lot warmer and warm temperatures, low 40s now, already in the 20s in redding. cape may, temperatures in the 30s, now 45 degrees. stay in the 40s this afternoon at the shore, this morning, they were making snow here, blue mountain, a little bit of snow left on the ground, but that sunshine's pretty bright, the temperatures will be warmer as the weak goes on. they are going to make a quick rebound in the coming days. for today, still calm for redding, allentown, pottstown, part of why it was so cold this morning, 6-mile-an-hour breeze in philadelphia, will increase a little bit this afternoon but not by much. satellite, no sign of clouds for us today. yesterday, we saw those spotty rain showers and snowflakes and look at this, another cold front that's to the north, but this
one expected to stay to the north. so we are going to see a warming trend that starts tomorrow. for today, a chilly one, 51 degrees this afternoon, fleetwood, penns brook, camelback, just 49 this afternoon. very low 50s for souderton and new hope, abington, warming up to 52, sunshine for morristown, sunshine at the shore, vendor and avalon, 50. look at cape may, 49 degrees and very low 50s for delaware. nothing but sunshine for philadelphia, but look at those low 50s from newark to wilmington, into philadelphia, plenty of sunshine will have an impact today but it's just going to stay chilly through the day today. tomorrow, a different story, a chilly morning, 30s and low 40s, look at tomorrow morning, right on target for normal this time of year. plenty of sunshine for tuesday and the warming trend continues wednesday and thursday. what a turn around, temperatures in the 20s 2070s for wednesday and thursday. then, here comes more cold air,
friday, a chilly one, 60, look at saturday morning, 37 degrees, we could see some areas drop back into the upper 20s on saturday morning a little bit warmer on saturday with a chance of a light shower. >> if you're cold today, just keep thinking 70s, 70s are coming. makers count the anti-cancer effect but can certain male supplements improve the prognosis of cancer patients? find out what local researchers found coming up. what are the best car seats money can buy? bev new information for parents of young children. that's just ahead in our next half hour.
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mew research from fox chase cancer center in philadelphia find men's health supplement does not improve the program knows so i was frost state cancer patients about 10% of men with the disease take the pills which often tout anti-cancer affects but the study found patients who took supplements did not have a lower risk of their cancer spreading or dying from the disease. another teen tragedy on the football field a high school player collapses during a game and later dies. see how his death and others are now causing school districts around the country to debate the future of their own football program. and real scare at a zombie scene street party when real bullets start flying. we will have the details ahead. i want a supreme court judge who knows the law.
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we rolled out to winter-like temperatures today. people had to break out that cold weather gear for their commute to work and school. the mercury actually dipped below freezing. so, how much will things warm up before tonight's big primetime showdown between the eagles ant giants? this is a live look inside lincoln financial field from our exclusive eagles nest camera. so, how warmly do you need to dress? how many layers do you need to bring with you tonight? nbc 10's first alert chief meteorologist, bill henley, here with the forecast. >> doesn't hurt to layer up for tonight. warm up during the day. we have got bright sunshine right now the temperatures having no problem climbing but this evening when the eagles and the giants take the field, clear skies, very little wind and very dry air, which will allow the temperatures to fall. in fact, i'm expecting a game time temperature of 45 degrees.
now the difference is sunshine makes a big difference. when the sun's out and you're in that bright sunshine, it feels a lot warmer. without it, even with calm conditions, going to get chilly during the game in a hurry. not just philadelphia 45 degrees, 46, wrightstown, millville, those cities were in the 20s this morning. it was in the 20s in pottstown and doylestown. the temperatures are climbing and will be in the 50s during the day. by tailgating time, look at that, 49 degrees in philadelphia at the linc. 45 at the kickoff. by late in the fourth quarter, it will feel even colored and be colder down to 42 degrees. a good news is some warmer weather on the way before more cold air takes hold this weekend. the 7-day forecast coming up later this half hour. >> all right. means a couple layers. a couple layers. not even halloween yet and some people in parts of our area are already seeing snow. this video was taken by one of
our viewers, the first snowflakes of the season fell in brookhaven, delaware county, yesterday. and snow blanketed parts of upstate new york. snow fell along lake ontario with nearly six inches on the ground in some spots already. and take a look at this. a lightning storm that rolled through arizona left behind some real damage. this happened late last night in phoenix, where it knocked down power poles and left thousands without power. police say the lightning also destroyed four gas pumps at a station, even knocking down the awning there. and we are following a developing story in decision 2016, the decision so many are watching, joe biden. sources close to vice president biden say he is expected to announce whether he will run for president in the next 48 hours. biden has been considering a run for months, but also blown past several self-imposed deadlines to announce a presidential run bun way or the other.
decision 2016 on the republican side a war of words is escalating between donald trump and jeb bush. at issue, trump's controversial remarks about the 9/11 attacks and then president george w. bush. innocence's peter alexander has more on this. >> reporter: this morning the feud between donald trump and jeb bush is boiling over, this time, a fight over bush's brother and 9/11. >> i don't want xbrb to say that my brother kept us safe because september 11th was one of the worst days in this country. >> my brother responded to a crisis and he did it as you would hope a president would do he united the country. >> reporter: the feud started simmering friday. >> when you talk about george bush, say what you want, the would world trade center came down during his time. >> hold on, you can't blame george bush for that >> he was president, okay, don't blame him or don't blame him, but he was president. >> reporter: with sagging poll numbers, bush, critics say let himself be tormented by trump but this time, he showed new
fire, blasting trump's comments as path healthic. >> i'm used to dealing with killers, people that go arrr. >> reporter: unleashing this video, ridiculing his desire to be commander in cheat. and then hammering home his role as a tv star. >> acting as playing a role as candidate for president. mr. trump talks about things as though he is still on the apprentice. >> reporter: trump insists wouldn't have happened had he been president. >> some extremely, extremely tough on illegal immigration, i believe if i was running things, i doubt those families -- those people would have been in the country. >> that was nbc's peter alexander reporting. the father of a chicago boy who accidentally shot and killed his brother has admitted to buying the gun illegally and to showing the 6-year-old where it was hidden. michael santiago now faces child endangerment charges. investigators say his son grabbed the gun and shot his 3-year-old brother in the face
during a game of cops and robbers. the boy died. community leaders say the tragedy is part of a growing problem in the city. >> you can't put a gun inside of a house. you cannot show a child a gun. that's the wrong thing to do you supposed to lock this gun up, put it away. >> santiago says he bought the gun to protect himself and his family after receiving death threats surrounding his involvement in a gang-related murder case. the gunman wanted in connection with a deadly shooting at a zombie th-themed street party has not been found a 20-year-old man died and four others injured at a shooting in fort myers, florida. witnesses say the streets were chaotic and said it was really hard to distinguish whether the shooting was real since most of the people there were wearing halloween props. >> no one knew exactly where the shots came from so people were just running toward it, people were running against it, you know, it was pretty chaotic, i would say. >> no word on whether that shooting was random or on a
possible motive. from our delaware bureau this morning, a driver who caused more than $100,000 in damage during a hit and run crash is still on the run. witnesses tell us they spotted a dark pickup truck going about 70 miles an hour on a residential street in newark, new castle county yesterday morning much the truck slammed into a homeowner's driveway and clipped an suv before crashing into the family's two other dares. >> sound like an explosion. >> you walk outside. what do you see? >> disaster in my drive bay. as you can see, he pushed the vehicles eight to ten foot. >> police are looking for a darked for f-250 with front end damage. the homeowner is also offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. the archdiocese of philadelphia is closing a church in manayunk. yesterday, officials announced st. mary of the assumption will no longer serve as a worship site and it will close as a roman catholic church. st. mary of the assumption
merged with st. john the baptist parish in 2012. the archdiocese says financial challenges are just too great to keep up the building. from our south jersey bureau, burlington county is hoarsing a free community training session later today, part of a statewide effort to educate the public about overdose treatments. narcan is used to treat heroin overdose patients. the training takes place tonight from 6:30 to 8 at the burlington city police department. another tragedy on the football field. a high school junior collapsed during a game in texas over the weekend and later died. he is the sixth high school football player to die this year. the details as many school districts debate the future of their own football program. >> reporter: this morning, following the tragic death of 16-year-old cameron matthews, the question being asked, why is this happening so often, the alto community is taking it
hard. >> everybody was hurt. >> reporter: six-foot junior collapsed on the sidelines in the middle of friday night's game after telling teammates he felt dizzy. he was medevaced to the hospital yes died the next day. officials say he suffered a aneurism, the exact cause of his death has not been determined. cam ron's friends and family are heart broken but don't believe football is to blame. >> they feel that if cameron wasn't on the football field, cameron could have been in the car and this would have happened. >> reporter: matthews is the sixth high school football player nationwide to die after a game since the school year started. six players so close to the beginning of of the school year is unusual. last year, five died from football-related injuries would happen. three deaths a year is the average. in an effort to reduce deaths and injuries, every state has laws designed to prevent concussion. there's a limit of 90 minutes a week for full-contact play. at alto high the coach says there is a trainer at every
game. >> everybody just automatically assumes that it had to have been a football thing, you know. he never took a shot to the head. it wasn't -- it wasn't anything. it was just -- it happened on the football field. >> reporter: those who knew him say cameron matthews was a talented athlete, a terrific student, and much more. >> anybody that has children of their own, that's how you want them to turn out, like him, just great kid, great kid. >> that was janet shamlian reporting. grief counselors will be at the school today as students and faculty try to cope with the tragic loss. "good housekeeping" magazine is out with its list of the safest car seats on the market. for infants, the keiko key fit three is one of the magazine's favorites. it has just one strap to tighten it to the seat of the car. for convertible seats, "good housekeeping" like the brit tacks advocate tight felt. it is for children up to 65 pounds. it also gave the graco contender 65 high marks for a headrest
that adjusts easily. a minnesota college student has created an app to help people who suffer from posttraumatic 'stros disorder. he was inspired by his father's struggles with night terror as an iraq war veteran. he entered a computer programming contest last month. he and his team wrote code and created a smart watch app that tracks heart rate and mom. . the goal is to predict night terrors. >> after a couple weeks of tracking the soldier, we can find the exact symptoms of -- the exact symptoms of the on set of the panic attack and try to use the lodge or use their android phone to distlaupt to take them out of the deep sleep but keep them asleep. >> the app earned tyler and his team top prize in the contest. the dad says he is very proud of his son. the app still those go to clinical trial bus tower is hoping to get it on every veteran's wrist soon. crime confessions.
how many young people admit to stealing something in the past year? we have the stats coming up. you may find some of them surprising. that's ahead. you won't have to worry about any rain over the next few days. the cold, that's different story. i'm tracking some changes with the temperatures with the 7-day forecast just ahead.
amazon is going after fake reviewers. the ecommerce giant filed a complaint in a seattle court accusing more than 1,000 individuals of misleading other consumers by selling fake product reviews. it is not the first time amazon has taken legal action against this sort of deception. the company went after a group of websites doing the same thing in april. lockheed martin is looking to cut overhead costs by as much as 30%. the pentagon's number one supplier confirmed plans to cut 250 jobs last week on top of 500 layoffs already announced for its information systems and government services. it's reviewing planning to sell or spin off some of its businesses. lockheed martin has offices in pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware. nearly half of americans know someone who has been a victim of identity theft or they were a victim themselves. a report released today by bankrate.com finds 46% of americans have either been a victim of identity theft or know
someone who was. that's up 12% points from 2008. the study found 77% of americans are worried about identity theft. 42% respect checking their credit reports regularly. 41% are conducting banking and other sensitive business on unsecured wifi knelt works. speaking of theft, a new study finds one in six young americans have stolen something in the past year. this study published in the journal of economic behavioral organization found for most of these young thieves, this is just a temporary phase. the study followed more than 8,000 people for 15 years. they found one in five men have stolen while one in ten women admitted to stealing. a halloween staple and a big part of many costumes is makeup and face paint. they are popular choices at halloween time but they could be hazardous to your kid's health. the campaign for safe cosmetics
says most of the products they tested contained lead. the food and drug administration does not conduct routine tests of novelty cosmetics. >> we are sending a warning to parents, please, for the sake of your beautiful children, don't buy cosmetics face paint made in china, 'cause it could be bad for your kids. >> lead is banned from makeup in canada and europe but not here in the u.s. happening later today, president obama is making good on his promise to a texas boy arrested at school last month. officials mistook ahmed mohammed's engineering project for a bomb. it was actually an electronic clock. mohammed will be a guest at the president's second white house astronomy night event. it brings together students, teachers and scientists to spend an evening star gazing from the south lawn. recreating a wilderness adventure in the middle of center city. that is a rare opportunity presented by the philadelphia
outward bound school's 2015 building adventure. the event allows people to rappel 31 stories down the side of an office building and we have a lack for you of last year's edition. it is a thrilling experience, a little bit scary to me, but it certainly helps to benefit a good cause. johning us to tell us about this convenient is katie, the executive director of the philadelphia outward bound school. welcome to you, thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> first of all, for those who don't know, tell us what outward bound does. >> the philadelphia outward bound school's mission is to change lives through challenge and discovery and our building adventure event is certainly challenging and a lot of the participants discover something new that they didn't know about themselves as they are rappelling down the side of the building. >> so, who gets to do this great city adventure? >> well, we have a number of supporters and our fund razors raise $2,000 in order to earn a
spot on the roof to rappel down. this year, we expect to have about 100 participants, just as last year. this is the fourth year of building adventure and the funds that are raised help to serve public and charter school students on outward bound signature programs across the city and region. >> so, folks are actually vying for a spot to raise the money to be able to do this, give a little training? >> of course. >> what does it take? >> like all outward bound courses, we don't want to put people into un -- situations were where they would be terrified or panicked so we do a little training on the site before you hook into the rappel station. and the staff that run these programs are wonderfully trained, very experienced, very skilled. and all of our participants, including the mayor, this is his fourth year of going down, will rappel from the top to the bottom. it is 418 feet. >> and it's a fun thing and fun for folks who haven't been able
to be part of that kind of thing before, but tell me how that experience ties in with what you do every day. >> well, the reality is that when we take a group of students, we take groups from schools during the school year on multiday expedition programs. they can go backpacking or canoeing and they are always coming together and recognizing that they are about to do something very different from what they normally do. they are taken by then out into wilderness settings with two outyard bound trained instructors with them the whole time that they are out. we provide all the gear and equipment and these students learn how to work together as a team. they learn how to protect and feed each other and stay warm and dry. and they have a wonderful adventure that helps them recognize there's more of them than they thought. >> well, this is certainly an event here that we are going to be seeing coming up.
once again, the philadelphia outward bound school building adventure, 2015, friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at one logan square. we posted a link with more information on the nbc 10 mobile app. thanks so much for joining us. >> thank you, lauren, thanks for having me. minutes before lunch time and we have gotten through the coldest day of the season. the temperatures 20s and 30s to start with, but not a cloud to be found thought right now and all of that sunshine is having a big impact, 45 degrees in philadelphia and climbing. the wind is calm, nothing more than light wind during the day. and no sign of any clouds. yesterday, it was cold in the afternoon, we saw temperatures in the low 50s and saw some scattered showers, not happening today. 47 now, wilmington, trenton now 44 after the record low this morning of 27. it was in the 20s in pottstown, now 42 degrees. still a chill in the air for coatesville, oxford, chester
county, in the 30s in those locations, the rest of the area is in the 40s, getting closer to the 50-degree mark for woodbine and south jersey. these are the showers we saw yesterday afternoon, some snow make its, even in some of the closer suburbs, redding saw some snowflakes, delaware county, but not today. now, it is nice and clear and the nearest wet weather, well, not really all that near at all. some rain moving through north bay in canada and snow shower as well to the north of quebec. we are not expecting to see either in our area for most of the rest of the week and tomorrow, look at the warmup, 50s today, 60s tomorrow afternoon, a couple spots could hit 70 degrees tomorrow, and by wednesday morning, we will see temperatures that are donors will normal for this time of year, middle to upper 40s in the fish ya area, look at wednesday afternoon, maybe some scattered clouds but the temperatures will warm into the 70s, the next couple of days, we will see big
changes, today, it will stay chilly, in spite of all that sunshine, temperatures in the low to middle 50s this afternoon, with a light breeze out of the southwest at 10 miles an hour. tomorrow, that's when we will get the warmer weather in the afternoon, near 70 degrees in philadelphia. and then just as the futurecast showed, into the 70s for wednesday and thursday. nice and comfortable, but it's back to the chill for friday and into the weekend. friday, plenty of sunshine, breezy, 60 degrees, the wind on friday will blow in colder air for saturday morning, starting the day at 37 degrees that's just two degrees warmer than it was this morning. 61 saturday afternoon, some clouds on sunday, a slight chance of a shower and a nice warmup, 67 degrees later on sunday. we will be right back.
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sunday. take a looked a this, the 2015 bridge stone world solar challenge. 47 teams are taking part this year in australia and their goal is to drive more than 100 -- 1,000 miles using their solar-powered cars. an update on a developing story we are following. sources close to vice president joe biden say an announcement about whether he will run for president is expected in the next 48 hours.
biden has been considering a run for months, but has also passed several expected deadlines to announce a presidential run one way or the other. stay with nbc 10 as the nbc 10 app as we continue to monitor when that announcement might happen. maybe he is waiting for warmer weather. >> so he can maybe have an outside event? >> yes. absolutely. could have one today, like the eagles game will be outside. >> that's true, you can. >> just have to wear lots of eagles gear and we encourage giants fans to do the same. we want everybody to feel the warmth. >> layers and layers of eagles gear. >> this evening. absolutely. sunshine will be bright. look, the coming days will be much warmer, starting tomorrow when we will be near 70 degrees after a chilly but not cold start. certainly not compared to what we saw today. then into the 70s for wednesday and thursday, so, that gives him a little bit of wiggle room, some nice weather outside. if you were looking for the cold to return, it does so by the end
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