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. that breaking news, nbc news has learned the united states will ramp up its military presence in iraq and send troops into syria for the first time the pentagon calls this a shift in its approach to defeating isis and perhaps an acknowledgement that the sfiegt in a stalemate. and transformation in temple nation. philadelphia the showing its pride for the owls ahead of its
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biggest football game in history. tomorrow night there's a huge matchup against the fighting irish of notre dame. skyforce 10 was over independence mall where espn's game day show will broadcast fr from. i'm vai sikahema. temple is undefeated. the best season start ever for the owls. here's a live look at lincoln financial field where the game will be played against the irish. the view is from the eagles nest, this weekend we're calling it the owls' next camera. monique braxton is live with more on preparations for the game. moi nia-malika? >> reporter: market street has been transformed into a sports stage. it's shut down for the grand scale preview of the biggest showdown in temple university's history. the city of brotherly love is embracing the owls as they take on notre dame's fighting irish.
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temple will defend their undefeated record. students, parent, faculty and alumni will gather on campus for a pep rally football team. >> i feel like temple has a good chance. notre dame is a good team because they're ranked ten spots higher than us but the defense is great. stars have been returning so pretty confident. >> i've been here four years, last three years were not good. this is a good fresh start. >> we're showing you a closer look at espn's college game day set. the show will be live from independence hall and the owls take on the irish at the link saturday night. we'll talk to more students who are gearing up wearing the cherry and white at 11:30. live from along independence mall, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> they even got the countdown clock there.
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the game will cause traffic problems around the city but that's not the only issue. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington tells what you need to know. >> we have a lot of things going on in phil thil this weekend that will tie up your commute. we have lincoln financial field. temple versus notre dame. that's 8:00 p.m. tomorrow night and a lot of things that are going on involving that game. espn's college game day will be this weekend also. market street will be closed between fifth and sixth. sixth street will be closed between arch and market street. now that's going to be out there until 7:00 p.m. as for the philadelphia rock and roll half marathon, that will be going on saturday morning and there will be closures on portions of the parkway. now, mass transit will be affected. there will be detour buses for septa. 17, 33, 44, and 48 but your
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alternate is to take market frankford line. they will have buses stopping around the fifth and sixth street closures. additionally, patco and septa will be adding extra trains to accommodate for extra passengers. another familiar face takes the stand for the defense in chaka fattah, jr.'s fraud trial. fattah opened up his case yesterday with testimony from former pennsylvania governor ed rendell. in the past hour former philadelphia mayor john street wrapped up his testimony. fattah says rendell and john street hired him as a photography consultant during their campaigns. >> i don't have a lot of detailed recollection but i know he had contracts with one or more entity which is possibly the fund for philadelphia and a lot of associates and he basically did photography work. he would attend special events and take pictures we needed. >> the defense believes the
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testimony legitimizes fattah's businesses he is accused of bank and tax fraud. he is the son of congressman chaka fattah. the congressman is married to nbc 10 news anchor renee chenault-fattah. a man is in stable condition after police say he was shot in the neck in philadelphia's brewery town neighborhood. nbc 10 at 29th and girard. the victim told police the shooter, wearing a hooded sweatshirt, approached him and opened fire. police are looking for the gunman. and crews put out a fire at a newly constructed home in manayunk. the fire started on the roof around 2:00. no one was hurt and the investigation into the cause of the fire is under way. fire officials are investigating several tow truck fires they consider suspicious. nbc 10 was in west philadelphia overnight at 61st and lancaster avenue as crews worked to put out the flames. no one was hurt and there's no
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word on what caused the fires. picture perfect day throughout our area with plenty of sunshine, cooler than it was yesterday as you look for lake wallenpaupack in the poconos. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with our forecast. hi, glenn. >> vai, feels a whole lot colder today than yesterday. look at that flag blowing. it's blowing in cold air. we have clouds that have moved in to parts of the area helping to make things feel even cooler as you can see coming down on that northwest flow. the fair-weather clouds, there is no rain anywhere nearby as you can see here. this is the satellite and radar. 53 in philadelphia. 46 in mount pocono, yesterday we
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were in the 70s. 15 to 20 degrees colder than this time yesterday. mount holly in pottstown, 18 degrees colder than right at this same time yesterday. as we go through the afternoon, temperatures won't rise a lot. we have a mix of clouds and sun, no rain around and high temperatures struggling to get to 60 degrees. we'll see how long this chilly weather lasts and we'll get through the weekend without rain with the seven day in just a few minutes. >> see you then, glenn. four police officers hurt in a confrontation with students outside a high school in allentown are out of the hospital this morning. this cell phone video was posted to social media. this melee happened outside allen high school. police tell us the officers were responding to a group of up to 200 teenagers fighting in the street. they try to break up the fight but sources say the officers quickly became targets and were attacked. at one point, a female officer was tackled to the ground and at least one teenager began hitting
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her. take a look. >> oh! >> we out. we out. >> we beeped out the cursing, of course. police tell us they took three students into custody. detectives are hoping to use videos posted online to identify even more of the suspects involved in that fight. a major scare as children were at football practice in atlantic county last night. a man sitting in the stands was hit by a bullet. police were called to joker's football field in pleasantville around 7:30 last night. at last check, the man who was hit was in stable condition. police are still looking for the person who fired the gun. a little philadelphia boy is on the mend after what his family believes was a case of divine intervention. the three-year-old walked away after falling two stories out of a window and landing right on a picture of the last supper of christ. his family sent us a photo of
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the picture he landed on. here it is. it was outside their home in point breeze when the boy pushed through the window and fell on it wednesday night. the boy suffered only a bruised arm. the family calls it a miracle. we're not sure why the last supper picture was outside the house, but they moved it back inside as a result of what happened. just within the past few hours, philadelphia police released this video of a thief who stole tools from a van. you can see the man was driving a light colored minivan on north 19th street in francisville early friday. he stops, gets out and removed several tools from another van before driving off again. the tools are valued at about $3,200. a university in mercer county is cutting the 20 jobs and eliminating more than a dozen academic majors to help close a budget deficit. according to nj.com. ryder university announced the cuts yesterday during a town
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hall meeting with faculty and staff. the president of the school says declining enrollment has led to a $7.6 million budget gap. 13 majors, including philosophy, piano, art history and french will be cut next year. current juniors and seniors will be able to complete their degrees. happening now, a new link is opening between philadelphia and lower marion. officials from both philly and lower marion are gathering for a ribbon cutting right now on the man young bridge. the bridge had been closed for three decades but it's reopening to pedestrians and bicycles. it's mart of hundreds of miles of circuit trails and connects the kin wood heritage trial with the schuylkill river trail. terror before takeoff. new information about a plane that caught on fire in florida and sent passengers running for their lives. you can bet it won't be the great pumpkin but nasa is getting set to watch a large object pass close to earth this
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halloween. and that one better miss. it's a big weekend on tap. somehow the weather going to hold up for tomorrow night's big temple game and the trick-or-treaters? that's just ahead.
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the senate has approve add two year budget and debt deal that averts a default. senators worked into the wee hours and voted to approve the budget bill. the house passed it on wednesday. president obama negotiated the
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bipartisan deal with top congressional leaders. it sets the budget through march of 2017 and averts a government shetdown. investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked this engine fire on the runway. hearing impaired this happened as a planeful of people was about to take off from ft. lauderdale. nbc's kerry sanders has more on this story. >> reporter: after escaping flames in what some thought might be death, this morning the 90 passengers from dynamic air flight 405 have a new challenge -- finding the courage to climb on board another flight to their original destination -- venezuela. >> so scary. i think -- oh, my god, unbelievable. >> reporter: those fears may be well founded after the chaos on the charter airline thursday afternoon. >> engine's on fire! >> reporter: moments after pulling away from the gate, leaking fuel on the left side of the plane ignited as the plane
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was still moving passengers scrambled to evacuate. >> i'm like what's happening? so i turn around and look in the window and, like, flames all over the turbine of the plane. >> reporter: officials say within just six minutes 10, 1 passengers and crew escaped to the tarmac. 21 rushed to a nearby hospital. a 62-year-old man admitted to intensive care with a serious head injury. dynamic air based in greensboro, north carolina, is a charter airline with a fleet of only five jets. >> right here we're standing at tango 4, there's a big huge puddle of fuel and it smells really strong. >> reporter: one focus of the investigation this morning -- did the pilot do a so-called walk around, a visual inspection under the belly of the plane and around the engines? >> in general fwhrks f there'jgl leak, that's out of the ordinary.
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>> that was kerry sanders reporting for nbc. dynamic air says it will work with federal investigators but that it could take up to a year to figure out exactly what caused that fire. the military is again working to recover the runaway blimp from the blimp in lycoming county. the focus is to get the main body staged and removed tomorrow. a pennsylvania national guard held continuer will lift the blimp out of the woods, it will then be loaded on to military vehicles. the final destination will be a government facility where the aircraft will be inspected. in texas, even pumpkins aren't safe from rising waters. check out the video from wimberley not far from san antonio. heavy rain and flooding forced people in texas to evacuate their homes. some parts of the area saw four inches of rain in an hour. nasa has its own halloween show to watch tomorrow. a large asteroid being dubbed to great pumpkin will hurdle past
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earth tomorrow, narrowly avoiding a collision. it will pass about 300,000 miles away. that's narrow. that's about 1.3 times the distance to the moon. nasa says it will not crash into the moon or the earth but scientists will use the opportunity to study the asteroid. >> at this point we expect to achieve our highest resolution images. we're expecting them to be spectacular and they are going to show well preserved features. >> the most frightening part is that scientists didn't even know the asteroid existed until october 10, not nearly enough time to stop it if it had posed more of a threat. considering the scale of the universe, that is pretty close and, yes, too close to not have known about it. we have a november chill on the way. we're going to get through the trick-or-treat forecast as well as the temple football forecast
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and a chance of sunday showers. we'll look at that possibility. we have a mix of clouds and sun throughout right now. there are fair weather clouds not going to rain anywhere. 53 degrees, the wind 15, gusting to 21 miles an hour. we're 15 degrees colder than we were at this very time yesterday. so over the last couple of days, 72 degrees today only about 59, 58 saturday, 62 or so on sunday. and next week should be on the mild side. a lot milder than this. northwest winds only 50 in quakertown and pottstown, 49 in coatesville, chester county and kenneth square. 51 in washington township, 53 in mount holly. 55 in wrightstown and the land breeze so it's the same temperature at beach haven as it is at the atlantic city airport which is well inland. back to the west we continue
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so-to-see even cooler air so we have more of a feed of that chilly weather coming in over the next 24 hours before things warm up again. and they will warm up. it won't stay like this. here are those fair-weather clouds coming down from the north. this is satellite and radar so if there were any rain showers you'd be seeing green on the map and you don't so it won't be doing anything out of those clouds. here are the temperatures through the afternoon we're just barely into the upper 50s, then we cool down here by 11:00 tonight down to 39 degrees. that's cold for time of the year. then look 30,s in philadelphia. a chilly start to the day tomorrow and it will stay chilly
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in the middle of the afternoon. temperatures not reaching 60 degrees anywhere. at least we won't be seeing a lot of sunshine during the day. as far as sunday is concerned, this is just in minutes ago, keeps that rain to the south and that would be a nice thing. for halloween we've got mostly clear skies. it's kind of chilly for the trick-or-treating and it's also on the chilly side for the temple game but it's going to be dry in both cases and we are going to be seeing very little wind. breezy, highs in the upper 50s to near 60. a similar high temperature tomorrow, less wind and a chilly start. then on sunday just a chance of some showers later in the day and that chance looks like it continues to diminish.
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same thing for monday. it gets warmer for the rest of the week. >> don't forget to fall back. set your clocks back one hour for daylight savings time. in addition to getting the extra hour of sleep, it's time to replace the batteries in your smoke detectors. ready, set, shop. two of america's most popular retailers are bringing out bargain this is weekend and vying for your dollars way ahead of black friday. and later, born to run? how this huge jack o'lantern brought traffic to a screeching halt.
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a. we're following breaking news out of manhattan where one person has been killed, another seriously hurt because of a ceiling collapse. this is an eight-story building on a renovation on west 38th street near sixth avenue. we'll continue to monitor the situation. we'll continue to follow it for you. stay with nbc 10 and nbc 10's app for more information on this breaking news. more and more people are tracking their steps but sleep is an important part of overall health. nbc's mark barger shows us high tech ways to get a look at how you're sleeping and improve it. many fitness trackers also monitor sleep -- that's if the user remembers to wear the device to bed. if not, a smart mattress cover haas them covered?
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>> the luna monitors your sleep overnight and sends your data to an app without writing you to wear a wristband or bulky headset. >> reporter: the cover has a custom bed warmer and programs an alarm. it can even connect to other smart home devices. imagine having the lights or tv turn off when you fall asleep and when you step out of bed the next morning -- ju >> your coffee can start brewing automatically. >> reporter: several studies show the light from our gadgets affects our circadian rhythms. >> it's the blue light that causes problems but changing the hue can help. >> flux is free software that changes your screen's color throughout the day. >> reporter: so when the sun goes down so does the blue light. but less evening screen time in general may help sleep even more. an yap like moment can trap and limit time on iphones and ipads for the whole family. also a central charging station where everyone checks in devices before bedtime may curb late
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night netflix binging. >> some people say no phones, no tablets, no screens in the bedroom. >> a low-tech way to make sure you get high-quality sleep. mark barger, nbc 10 news. philadelphia is turning into temple nation. the transformation is under way at lincoln financial field right now as the undefeated temple owls are in the national spotlight for their and a halfup against notre dame tomorrow night. plus duck and cover. bullets fly and bikers hit the deck. see the newly released video of a brawl that led to dozens of arrests. with cancer, early detection can mean life or death.
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so, when chris brown and will pauls would recklessly deny access to basic health services like mammograms and annual exams, it makes a real difference in women's lives. chris brown voted against funding for cancer screenings. and will pauls opposed funding for clinics that provide access to mammograms - life-saving procedures women rely on. chris brown and will pauls: a risk that women in atlantic county can't afford. your immune system doesn't work the way it did when rock was young.
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that breaking news, nbc news has learned the united states will ramp up its military presence in iraq and send troops into syria for the first time. new information from a u.s. official says the president will
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authorize fewer than 50 u.s. special forces to deploy to northern syria. the pentagon calls this a shift in its approach to defeating isis and perhaps an acknowledgment that the fight against isis is at a stalemate. we expect an announcement coming from the white house in about an hour, about 12:30 this afternoon. of course stay with nbc 10 news and the nbc 10 app for continuing coverage of this breaking news. more violence in that region. at least 40 people are dead after an air strike hit a marketplace. activists say they were fired by the syrian government. this video authenticated by the associated press shows a chaotic sce scene. more explosions could be heard in the background. this morning in austria, secretary of state john kerry launched a day of talks aimed at ending the syrian war. he said progress will be
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difficult but expresses hope of headway. a main focus of the talks with 19 foreign ministers is what to do about syrian president bashar al assad. saudi arabia, which is backed by the u.s., wants him ousted. iran and russia oppose that demand. philadelphia is get ready to root on the temple owls. the football team will play notre dame's fighting irish. the view is from the eagles' nest, we're calling it the owls' nest for this special weekend. the saturday night game will be one of the biggest team n temple history. 340e nia-malika braxton is live at independence mall, monique are fans showing up? >> vai, we are. temple's undefeated record means they are ready for prime time. if you have a moment, take a look at market street. it's been transformed into a sports stage where all the talk today and through the weekend
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will fee cus on the big matchup. the much-anticipated game against notre dame has everybody cheering for temple. the city of brotherly love is taking a break with the eagles. cherry and white are the colors du jour for the temple owls as they take on the fighting irish. team spirit will escalate during a football team this afternoon. >> it's been crazy on campus. everyone's been making posters for the games and everyone has costumes ready. >> it will be a big game and we're doing great this year so really excited. >> reporter: espn's college game day show will be live from independence mall tomorrow morning. some sportscasters remarked about how nice everyone has been here i told them, we may be divided [ muted ] waving
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pom-poms for temple owls when they take on the fighting irish on saturday night at the link. live along independence mall, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, monique. checking out our top stories right now, former philadelphia mayor john street testified for the defense this morning in chaka fattah, jr.'s fraud trial. fattah says street hired him as a photography consultant during his campaign and that shows the plaejsy of his business. chaka fattah, jr., is accused of bank and tax fraud. police are searching for the gunman who shot a man in the neck in the city's brewerytown section. nbc 10 at 29th and girard as officers gathered evidence overnight. the victim told police the shooter was wearing a hooded sweatshirt, approached him and opened fire. and right now the manayunk bridge is open to link philadelphia and lower marion. the bridge had been closed for 30 years now but today it reopens to walkers, to runners and bicyclists. it's part of hundreds of miles
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of circuit trails and connects the historic kenwood heritage trail with the schuylkill river trail. it is sunny, breezy and cooler outside. here's a look at boat house row along the schuylkill river. probably too cool for skullers. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here now with the forecast. hey, glenn? >> i would not want to be on the river on a day like today. it's much cooler than it was yesterday. we even have a fair amount of clouds. fair weather clouds have moved in to prevent us from getting warmed up by that sun that is out there. 53 degrees in philadelphia right now. only 50 in pottsup to, 51 in reading, fan 50 in lancaster. yesterday was way, way warmer. we have a mix of sun and clouds,
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fair weather clouds from the north, no rain associated with any of this. and we are 15 to 20 degrees colder than at this time yesterday. mount holly and pottstown 18 degrees colder so as we go through the afternoon around 53 now. we're going up close to 60 degrees by 4:00. you see the wind is not going to be much during the night tonight but temperatures are in philadelphia going down into the 30s as the wind goes almost dead calm. we'll see how much it warms up this weekend and if there will be rain with the seven day in a few minutes. >> an her airlines flight headed from los angeles to philadelphia was diverted to phoenix because of an unruly passenger. natalie morales tells us what happens on that airplane. >> it was a midair scare for passengers on an american airlines flight headed from los angeles to philadelphia on
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thursday. in this video from tmz, a passenger can be seen being removed from the plane after his behavior forced the crew to make an emergency landing in phoenix. shortly after takeoff, passengers say the man walked to first class where he stood at attention in military style refusing to take his seat. >> he was angry, swearing and talking about the government was after him and he's mad at the government and he's got plans. >> reporter: police say the passenger was also making comments about the september 11 attacks. >> although they were alarming in nature it gave the indication the person may have been suffering from some type of mental illness. >> chip yates says he and two other passengers subdued the man until he jumped out of his seat again, this time talking to passengers in coach. the passengersings, joined by three flight attendants, managed to corral the man, fastening him tightly into the seat. >> we didn't have to drop anymore the floor. he saw the overwhelming force of
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all these guys closing in on him he said "okay, okay, okay" and sat down. >> reporter: police have not named the passenger but say he was removed from the plane at phoenix airport and transported to a psychiatric facility for evaluation. >> that was nbc's natalie morales reporting. ft. lauderdale's airport is back open after a plane caught fire just before takeoff yesterday. passengers on board another flight recorded this video. from above you can see the plane surrounded by foam that crews put out to put the flames out. an engine caught fire while the dynamic airways flight was getting ready to take off from venezuela. one passenger was seriously burned. a dozen others have minor injuries from sliding down chutes during evacuation. >> what goes through your mind is is it going to consume in two seconds or not? >> federal investigators aren't sure what sparked the fire. a court in poland ruled the
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law forbids the extradition of filmmaker roman polanski to the u.s. that decision could close the case in polanski's favor if the u.s. does not appeal it. but if the u.s. does decide to appeal it and is successful, an extradition would be likely. the government to be installed in poland indicated there will be no leniency for the "rosemary's baby" director. he pleaded guilty in 1977 to having sex with a 13-year-old girl in los angeles. he fled the u.s. before his final sentencing. newly released surveillance video shows bullets flying as bikers ran for cover during a deadly brawl in waco, texas. and you're watching what took place in may. nine people were killed that day when two rival gangs clashed on the patio of this restaurant. authorities charged 177 people after the shootout. and look at this home in eastern indiana.
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that was leveled by an apparent gas explosion overnight. no one was inside the house at the time and no injuries were reported. the blast damaged two nearby homes. neighbors were evacuated for several hours until the area was declared safe. the state fire marshal is investigating the exact cause of that explosion: this morning we are hearing from a ten-year-old boy who was seriously hurt in a shark attack off the coast of hawaii. he was body boarding in oahu wednesday when the shark bit him in the thigh. there happened to be nearby swimmers who say he was about 60 yards or so off the shore at the time of the attack. raymond says he was scared but oddly the pain wasn't that bad. >> the shark came out of nowhere and then i just started kicking and dragging and kicking. >> raymond will continue to recover over the weekend and is expected to return to school on monday. officials say shark warning
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signs have been posted in the area since the attack on raymond. a record number of sharks, many of them great whites, are swimming off the coast of southern california and scientists say it may be an indicator that el nino conditions are already hitting the region. they say none of the animals have migrated in the last two winters, suggesting perhaps the water temperatures are staying a bit warmer and even a slight rise in temperature means there's more food and more food means more sharks are staying put. happening today, the white house is getting ready for halloween. preparations are under way for the annual trick-or-treat for military families. here's a video from laths yest event. tonight the president and first lady will handout candy for children of servicemens. the event will surely set the bar high for trick-or-treating across the country. drivers in arizona gotten a early halloween surprise. this giant runaway pumpkin rolled through a busy
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intersection yesterday. the 25-foot-tall inflatable jack o'lantern got stuck beneath a street light, broke free, rolled off into the distance, rolling over cars, eventually ended in a neighborhood park. officials say the pumpkin got loose from a display promoting a halloween party. luckily no one was hurt during the pumpkin's escape. wow. halloween might be tomorrow but the holiday sales season is kicking that you have sunday. on sunday, walmart offers discounts on thousands of items including toys and electronics. it's beginning to look like christmas in target stores. neither walmart nor target has announced plans for black friday or cyber monday, two of the busiest shopping days of the holiday season. rocki 'n roll to the rescue. we're just a day away from a popular philadelphia half marathon. meet a young man and the motivation getting them to the finish line. glenn? >> i'll have a look at the
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halloween and temple football forecast is the rain going to hold off for the whole weekend? that's just ahead.
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treats, the american association of poison control says parents should inspect all candy for holes or tears before your children dig in. throw away any pieces that look like they may have been tampered with or could be a choking hazard and avoid home made treats from strangers, they could contain unsafe ingredients. if you or your child will be wearing face makeup, experts recommend testing it on one another out of the way on part of your skin first. you may want to make sure you don't have an allergic reaction to the makeup. also avoid applying it to your eyes and wash it off completely before you go to bed. if the makeup has a bad smell, throw it away, it could be a sign of contamination. finally a warning about glow sticks. they're good to carry around at night but children should never chew on them or break them open. that liquid that's inside there? that may cause skin irritation or nausea and burning if
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swallowed. if you run into any of these problems during your halloween festivities, contact the poison control center. >> one final race in the career of triple koun champion american pharoah. one final workout for the legendary colt in lexington, kentucky ahead of the breeder's cup. things are said to be status quo for the triple run to winner who's said to be happy and working well. you can watch the breeders' cup tomorrow on nbc 10. thousands of people are getting set for a philadelphia tradition happening later this year. because of the pope's viz it so the philadelphia last month, the rock 'n roll half marathon is giving runners an extra special treat this halloween. joanna jurek is with the american association of cancer research here with 11-year-old ryan terapchick and his mother janine. both are running in the half marathon. thanks for being here.
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let's start with you. halloween is not an ideal date to have a half marathon but it had to be this way because of the pope, wright? >> yes, and we're excited to have it on on halloween, it gives it a festive feel and gives it a great time to have fun with your family and friends and to support cancer research and join ryan and his friends to run for us to raise money and awareness for cancer research. >> on top of that you will have people probably dressed up because it's halloween. ryan, let's ask you this. why did you decide to run in this half marathon? >> i decided to run this half marathon so i can help people who have cancer and help find a cure for cancer. >> that's a good reason to run. janine, you're running as well. >> i am. >> you guys have been training so is what was your reaction when ryan told you this was why he wanted to run. >> i'm very proud of ryan. ryan earlier this summer raised $16,000 for a little girl with
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cancer in our hometown and then decided -- once he realized how much it affected other people decided to do this. so i'm proud of his dedication to this cause and to help. >> i was asking ryan during the break whether he's been training. tell everybody what you've been doing? you've been training. >> yes. i've been running from three to 13 miles trying to run as much as i can but since i have school i can't really run -- >> oh, school! school will always be there, ryan. but you got out of school to do this interview and you get out of school on monday as well. >> yes. >> i think you should run more marathons. joan joanne. it's a rock 'n roll half marathon, there has to be some rock 'n roll somewhere. >> the headliners will be the again blossoms and then other performers throughout the course. you will hear live music throughout the race. we encourage everyone to come out and support the rock 'n roll run and our runners for research to raise awareness for cancer
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research. >> and glenn "hurricane" schwartz promises it will be a nice day tomorrow. maybe a little cool but that's a nice day for you guys. the rock 'n roll philadelphia half marathon is happening tomorrow at 7:30. for more information, head to our web site at nbc10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. thank you very much for coming in. >> thank you. >> awesome. >> reporter: it's 7:30 tomorrow morning, it will be pretty cold, in the 30s even in the city. we have a november chill and that's going to affect both the trick-or-treating and the temple/notre dame game and a possibility of some sunday showers. we'll get into that. right now we've got more clouds than sun but they're fair weather clouds, not very thick. kind of thin out there. and that's why there's no rain falling. the wind continues to be fairly
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brisk out of the west, 53 degrees. we're gusting 2 ining 21 miles and 15 colder than this time yesterday and not even 50 degrees in westchester. several other places in chester county also reporting 49 degrees. and the warm spots are in the mid-50s. compared to 72 degrees the last two days. see these clouds coming down? there are also breaks back here near the lehigh valley so it won't stay cloudy all day and much of south jersey and delaware have sunshine. so just because you see clouds out your window doesn't mean there's cloudiness everywhere and it doesn't mean it will rain. there's nothing on the radar that would indicate that is. not close by. a lot of moisture in the middle of the country. it's possible some of that could come up by monday but we have a front that's come through. the colder air is certainly here
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and some of the coldest air is coming tonight and into saturday morn morning. low temperatures will be in the 30s. 33 in allentown and reading, 34 in trenton, doylestown, 37 even in philadelphia. so that's pretty cold. as we go through the afternoon, it's sunny tomorrow. more sun sthooun than today tsh. clouds come in tomorrow night into sunday. chance of a couple showers in the poconos and this latest computer model keeping it dry during the day sunday and also keeping most of that monday rain down to the south. so the best chance of rain on monday would be in delaware and extreme south jersey and even that is just a possibility. what is certain is it's going to be chilly for trick-or-treating. it will be 56 degrees at 6:00,
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that's when the sun sets. that gets completely dark about half hour later. 6:30 it will get completely dark so you have darkness and you've got a chill so definitely have to prepare for that. and for the temple game, it's also going to be chilly. it's going to be in the low 50s to start off with, upper 40s to end up with, mostly clear skies and not much wind. a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon, breezy and colder, high temperatures in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. another day in the upper 50s tomorrow after that very chilly start: a lot of sunshine. then on sunday a chance of a couple of showers. remember, we turn the clocks back and we get an extra hour of sleep and the rain chance mainly to the south on monday and then temperatures start going back into the 70s. we'll be right back.
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as you all know, every year the "today" show anchors dress up in theme costumes for halloween. this year's selection will be familiar to comic fans. matt lauer, savannah guthrie, al roker and the rest of the crew dressed up as characters from "peanuts" like charlie brown and lucy. kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb rounded out the group going on as snoopy and woodstock. pretty nice. coming up at 3:00, ellen
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degeneres will catch up with kim kardashian and then nbc 10 news at 4:00. half a million dodge, jeep, and fiat vehicles are being recalled. what you should know before you get behind the wheel. that's this afternoon on nbc 10 news at 4:00. chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz here now with a look at the weekend weather. good things will happen, including getting an hour's sleep this weekend. >> an hour extra sleep. an hour's sleep is not good. an hour extra. >> that's what i mean. >> that's saturday night and it's going to be dry all day on saturday, just a chance of a couple showers on sunday, many of us will get by without any rain, it will be milder sunday with that extra hour's sleep and look how much warmer it gets next week. so the coldest time during the next week or longer is going to be tomorrow morning. >> thank you very much, glenn. thanks for watching nbc 10 news at 11:00. i'm vai sikahema. for my buddy glenn "hurricane" schwartz and all of us at nbc 10, have a great day and a
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terrific weekend. stay safe out there for all of the halloween trick-or-treaters.
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>> nicole: you busy? >> daniel: whoa. for you, never. >> nicole: oh. >> daniel: meow. wow. uh, what's in the bag? >> nicole: oh, you know, nothing important. just an awesome suit for the bicentennial and hope's wedding. >> daniel: you don't really strike me as a suit type. >> nicole: well, i'm not, honey, but you are. >> daniel: oh, yeah? >> nicole: mm-hmm. >> daniel: really? so, uh, who am i wearing here? >> nicole: i don't know. it's vintage, but it's going to look perfect on you. >> daniel: well, i hope that you can take it back. >> nicole: why would i? >> daniel: well, because i already have what i'm going to wear. >> nicole: ah! ooh. >> daniel: yeah. >> nicole: over my dead body. [door opens] >> theresa: hi. >> brady: hi. why'd you want to see me? is tate okay, or... >> theresa: well, yeah. h

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