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good morning. breaking news. a russian passenger plane with 224 people on board crashes in egypt. first responders on the scene right now. dozens of bodies recovered in a hostile region. reports that the pilot may have tried to make an emergency landing. what caused the plane to go down? deadly floods, relentless rain and tornadoes tear through texas overnight. at least two people swept to their deaths in raging flood waters. more stormy weather in the forecast today. we are live on the scene. and fighting back. >> oh! now that's announcing yourself. >> the mets send a message with the first pitch of game three of the world series even raging the
kansas city royals. when it was the mets turn at bat, they delivered winning the game 9-3. there will be more fireworks tonight in game four? and happy halloween. the peanuts gang has gone home and now we're pulling out the stops for our very own halloween celebration. today, halloween, saturday, october 31st, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm erica hill. >> i'm carson daly alongside dylan dreyer and sheinelle jones. we have the latest with the breaking news from ron mott in london. >> reporter: good morning, carson. metro jet flight disappeared from russia radar over egypt 23 minutes into the flight from the
city of sharm el sheikh in egypt en route to russia. the officials confirm to nbc news it crashed in the sinai peninsula and jets located the wreckage of the plane. it is too early to pinpoint a cause of the crash. the area where the plane went down is near the scene were terrorists clashed this summer. according to the associated press, quoting the egypt committee, the pilot reported technical difficulties and inn te tension to be land at the nearest airport. the 18-year-old airbus a-321. the jet was descending at the rate of 6,000 feet per minute before the signal was lost. the air russian transportation official said 217 passengers and crew members were on board and it was handed off to cyprus officials, but they never made contact with radar.
it is suspected that many of the passengers are russian tourists returning from vacation. russian jet 9268 is confirmed lost from radar carrying 217 passenger and 7 crew members and crashed in the sinai peninsula of egypt. carson and erica, back to you. >> ron mott in london. thanks. >> let's turn to tom costello who handles aviation news. tom, what are investigators looking at? >> reporter: i think they have to look at a number of things. they will look at the weather conditions at the time. right now, there is no suggestion that weather played a role. the mechanical history of the airbus a-321. this is a reliable plane. the biggest airbus in the family. it has a good record. they will look into the mechanical history of the plane and we don't know which engine configuration on the plane. one made by ge and one made by
rolls royce pratt and whitney. they will look at the rate of descent. at last report, the plane was coming down 6,000 to 7,000 feet per minute. that is not a terribly unusual descent rate. it would suggest that somebody must have been trying to control the plane. keep in mind that for example, to compare that rate of descent to the plane we know crashed. air france 447 over the atlantic, descented 15,000 feet per minute. we don't know the circumstances. we need to get a little more information before we determine if the pilot was in control of the plane trying to guide the plane down or not. one other point. there was an original report from the scene, as you know, very often the original reporting turns out to be wrong.
some original reporting that voices may have been heard in the wreckage. if that's true, that would suggest to me anyway that the pilot did manage to somehow put the plane down on the desert floor before it came apart as opposed to breaking up in flight. it is all conjecture. we don't know. the authorities will have their hands full. we believe it will be the egyptian authorities and russian authorities and because it is a plane made in europe, made in french, the french investigation team as well. >> you will continue to stay on top of it for us. tom, thanks. now to the deadly floods in texas. two people dead and others feared missing after the severe weather hit overnight. there are authorities on the way to inspect the areas. we have nbc's charles hadlock in
texas for us. >> reporter: good morning, carson. central texas hit with record-breaking flooding. two people dead and one still missing. central texas is reeling from a wicked amount of rainfall this halloween weekend. more than 14 inches of rain in less than 24 hours. >> there's one of our vehicles that got washed away. >> reporter: near wimberley, a woman and her friends were rescued from the national guard. in san marcos, teachers and students were brought to safer ground when flood waters hit. sirens warned of the danger, but that was not enough for this driver. >> i sat there for a bit and i tried to do something to find help. i'm glad this guy found me. >> reporter: in south austin, another driver rescued from the massive flood waters. the flash floods are only part of the problem. tornadoes touched down south of
austin and san antonio. peeling a roof off a high school. and high winds hurled a truck trailer on top of a hotel. no one was injured. in south texas, lightning knocked out the radar at the national weather service in brownsville. within minutes, people watched the swollen blanco river crest above flood stage. >> flooded within 15 minutes. >> reporter: here in wimberley, the rain has ended, but the clean up is just beginning. just two weeks ago, central texas was in the middle of a drought with threatening wildfires. now with the halloween rains, october is one of the wettest on record in texas. carson. >> charles for us in wimberley, texas. and this comes as the team's american special operations forces heads to syria in a mission announced by the white house. one that took many by surprise.
nbc's keir simmons joins us with more. >> about good morning, erica. we were inside the area in syria where the troops will be deployed. u.s. special forces in syria is getting mixed reaction. senator mccain says it is insufficient to resolve the crisis. this is the battle field u.s. special forces will enter. a multisided civil war. ruthless, urban combat. there are isis position over there and across the horizon and there where you can see the smoke rising from the intense battle for this syrian city. in northern syria this summer, kurdish fighters showed me cell phone footage of areas liberated from isis. isis fighters inject themselves with drugs, they said, before launching suicide attacks in vehicles packed with explosives. fewer than 50 u.s. special
forces will be here to train and advise, calling it an expansion and not a change of policy. while admitting it is risky. >> as it relates to their mission, this is an important thing for the american people to understand. these force does not have a combat mission. >> reporter: in 2013, the president promised no ground war in iraq or syria. >> my answer is simple. i will not put american boots on the ground in syria. >> reporter: the u.s. strategy to defeat isis has stalled despite 3,300 troops in iraq, while russia has launched its offensive in syria. the foreign minister insisting the confrontation with the u.s. is avoidable an. this is a complex battle field. iranians and kurdish militia and al qaeda and moderates along with isis. the area descends into more conflict, more desperate
refugees will flee for their lives. while we were in the kurdish control area of syria where special forces will operate, two forces struck the town. there are systmpathizers throughout the region. >> thank you, keir. nice to have you in the studio. and to a new poll that has donald trump and ben carson in a dead heat and jeb bush's numbers slip and marco rubio picking up steam. hallie jackson is in iowa where they will be campaigning later today. >> reporter: hi, carson. jeb bush looking to reset and show he can still win after a last place debate finish in our online poll. jeb bush tailgating in tallahassee with his game face on. but playing from behind with a
new nbc news survey monkey online poll showing he did the worst. rubio now responding to the leaked bush campaign memo that outlines attack strategy. >> i don't think it is smart for republicans to do hillary clinton's job for her. one of the reasons why we lost in 2012 is republicans attacking each other. >> reporter: he is picking up support from billionaire mega donor which is a blow to bush's campaign. both candidates on the campaign trail in iowa today along with a slew of others. many lashing out after the debate. >> it was flagrant example of media bias. >> reporter: all agree on one thing. set to compare about the showdown on cnbc. not invited? the republican national convention. the business network owned by the same parent company as ours
has said people who want to be president of the united states should be able to answer tough questions. now the rnc announcing suspending its partnership with nbc and telemundo for a debate later this winter. nbc news calling that a disappointing development. promising to work in good faith to resolve the matter with the republican party. the next debate is less than two weeks away. the challenge for cruz and rubio is to see if they can keep up the momentum and translate that to support at the polls. carson. >> hallie, thank you. let's turn to sheinelle who has more on the deadly nightclub fire. >> witnesses say the romanian nightclub say it burst into flames within seconds. the stampede left 27 dead and more than 200 injured. the crews could be seen trying to resuscitate victims. officials say about 400
customers were in the bucharest club when the fire broke out. and students at spring valley high school staged a walkout over the firing of ben fields. fields was removed as school resource officer after video shows him throwing a student from her chair. the department of justice is launching an investigation. and this video released of a robber in full horror costume. the screen masked robber was a teenager who stole $70 from the gas station. the tip led to the young man who faces charges. and travis air force base in california, there was a ceremony honoring a hero. spencer stone to staff sergeant. it is a rare honor because it moves him up two ranks at one time. in august, stone and two of his
friends foiled a terrorist attack on a train to paris. hollywood lost one of the favorite characters. al molinaro on the hit comedy "happy days." he was also murray the cop on "the old couple." he was 96. in major league baseball, the mets beat the royals 9-3. the fourth game will be played tonight in new york. and finally, a reminder. daylight saving time ends tonight. we fall back one hour to standard time. remember to turn your clocks back. enjoy the extra hour of sleep. my favorite part. >> yes. >> they will get us no matter what. we get up early tomorrow. we always thank our stage
manager dave hourback for giving us our hour back. thank you, dave. let's get a check of the trick-or-treating forecast. >> maybe gorton's fishermen? you need a rain jacket. the rain will continue. it will push into louisiana. the dip in the jet stream allows the moisture to stream in and it is tropical like in nature. the downpours produce a couple of inches of rain in a short period of time. this is the jet stream. this is going to carry the rain through parts of texas and louisiana. we also have some tornado watches in effect right in and around houston. heavy rain continues through this morning. it will start to move eastward. flash flood warnings in austin and houston. we are looking at the chance of another couple inches of rain. through the day, the rain will spread eastward. as we go sunday, it moves to the southeast. also along the panhandle of florida. we are looking at the flash
flooding with 3 to 4 inches of rain and some isolated higher amounts within the downpours. we will keep an eye out good saturday morning, michelle grossman. a chilly day, cold, temperatures in the 30s. this afternoon, temperatures into the 50s around 59 degrees in philadelphia. mix of sun and clouds. sunday, early shower, otherwise looking at sunshine later on sunday. temperatures around 67. monday, 65. then is gets warm by tuesday, 7. into the mid-70s wednesday, thursday, and friday. have a great day. and that's your latest forecast. >> all right. dylan, thanks. just ahead, it is our halloween extravaganza on the plaza. >> fancy. >> but first this is "today." >> are they bats or witches? >> i found w
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♪ and we're back on this special halloween edition of "today" on saturday, october 31st, 2015. we have incredible costumes on the plaza this morning. in a few minutes, we will be in our costumes as well. let's say we are full of surprises this morning. we have a very special guest in the house. >> that is still a surprise to us. we are all interested. >> i'm hyping it up. i don't know who it is. before we get to that halloween extravaganza, we want to get you caught up on the headlines. the russian passenger plane crashed in the egypt sinai peninsula. it was headed to st. petersburg, russia. on board, 224 passengers and
crew. at least two people are dead after thunderstorms tore through parts of texas overnight. the storm dumped more than a foot of rain in some areas under water. and game four of the world series set for tonight in new york. the mets made a huge comeback last night beating the royals, 9-3. the royals lead the series, 2-1. we begin with what is considered the scariest movies of all time and halloween favorite. "the exorcist." last night, in the first ever exorcism performed on live television, a team of ghost hunters deemed to rid of the house of ghosts. kristen dahlgren has more. >> reporter: 66 years after the events that inspired "the exorcist." a team of ghost hunters looking for answers.
and to finally cleanse the st. louis house of demons they say are still inside. >> it is god the father. >> reporter: with cameras live streaming from every room, destination america viewers watched along as investigators used listening devices. moving through the house, including the bedroom where the original exorcism was set to take place. >> it is getting hard to breathe. >> reporter: a bishop from the local catholic church. not everyone thinks conjuring up the devil is a good idea. bishop robert herman is with the diocese of st. louis. >> exorcism is not entertainm t entertainment. it is serious business. >> reporter: in the end, while there were moments that had viewers on edge. >> are there still evil demonic spirits in this house? >> yes. >> oh, my gosh. yes. >> reporter: even a specially
designed ghost trap. >> you can come in the box with me. >> reporter: did not bring on any scenes like this. >> the power of christ compels you. >> reporter: was it real life horror or hokey? that is in the eye of the beholder. for many watching on the night before halloween, the chills, at least, were very real. for "today," kristen dahlgren, nbc news, los angeles. >> creepy. >> very. dylan is back with another check of the forecast, which is hopefully not creepy on this halloween. in some areas, it is okay. back through the great lakes and northeast. we are looking at additional rain in the northwest along with what we are seeing in texas. this is an area we are looking at potential for flooding. flood watches in effect. winter storm watches in the higher elevations. a big pacific storm pumping in the moisture along the western coast of washington state. that is where we have heaviest
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♪ welcome to the blind auditions of season nine of "the voice." i'm carson daly. my doctors says if i'm not on television at any given moment, i'll die. we have a special guest for you. our first contestant comes from los angeles. a passionate musician who feels his busy life has not allowed him to pursue his true passion until now. >> my whole life is to be on "the voice" and to win it. i'm attracted to all the hosts physically. i have been practicing a lot. i hahave sung in my day.
i sing on my standup. this is a song i prepared because i want to win. p please, believe me, i'm going to win this thing. ♪ and i know she'll be the death of me at least we'll ♪ ♪ both be numb she'll be the worst of me ♪ ♪ the best is yet to come and be beautiful and stay forever ♪ ♪ young this i know ♪ she told me to worry about it she told me to worry ♪ ♪ no more we both knew we can't be without it ♪ ♪ she told me you'll never been alone ♪ ♪ oh, oh ♪ i can't feel my face when i'm with you because i love it ♪ ♪ but i love it oh i can't feel
my face when i'm with you ♪ ♪ but i love it yeah i love it ♪ >> wow! >> wow! you feel good? >> i feel really, really great. >> all four coaches turned around. blake, you and i, we hang out socially. >> i tell you what, man, that was incredible. if adam could get up to that register like you can, i tell you what, man. >> ya'll. >> i almost felt like you were speaking to me. your song. i feel like you can win this competition. >> bro, you're so good. i'm looking at like who are you. oh, my gosh. these are real tears. i was so emotional. real tears. >> thank you. >> look, bob, i'm awesome.
you're awesome and together, i think we could be super awesome. >> yeah. >> gwen, you look so different in person. >> thank you. i'm really emotional right now. you are just so good. i'm so blown away. >> thank you. >> incredible. bob, it's time to choose. are you ready? do you know who you want to be your coach? >> yeah. >> hold on. hold on. bob, before you decide. is it okay? i want to give you a little taste of what it would be like should you choose team gwen, okay? ♪ ain't no holla back >> there's more of that on team gwen. >> don't be fooled by that style. you need someone to help your overall performance.
i mean -- ♪ moves like jagger ♪ i got the moves like jagger >> i feel like your soul speaks to me. i'm all about positive. we have to be nice in this world. if you join my team together, me and you, we could be -- ♪ i'm happy clap along ♪ because i'm happy >> so cool. you're the best. >> the interesting thing here is you don't want to make any rash decisions. before i do anything, i think -- ♪ we can drink on it ♪ let's get together and think on it ♪ >> drinking. >> wow. this is going to be tough. especially since blake wears heeled boots. i didn't know that. >> i do like bearded women. it will be difficult. i would say the way that the
legs were getting lifted throughout, i think i want a holla back girl. i'll take gwen. >> no, you didn't. >> thank you so much. >> i love you. oh, you're so famous. we'll have so much fun. we'll go shopping. a little bit of work. >> i want big purses. >> you can have them. i have them for you. >> i have to stop. is it over? >> carson, you look beautiful, buddy. >> i don't know how to turn it on or turn it off. how about the applause for the great bob saget. you get up early on halloween for us. you are just as sick as we are for wanting to be here. >> one level below sick. >> guys, bob came in early for us on a saturday. he is opening on tuesday. hand to god is the play he is in. not your first foray on
broadway? >> "hand to god" i'm doing. i don't sing in it. >> you sing well. >> it is a cool play. i want you all to come see it. and wear that. i play a lutheran minister which is a departure. it's about a puppet that could be possessed by a demon. it is a brilliant play and complicate complicated. >> it opens on tuesday. also, netflix. "fuller house" coming out next year? >> yes. i walk in and it is the living room from 20 years ago. this is how scottie felt when he got back to the enterprise. an episode of "grandfather" with the handsome john stamos. you mention his name and people get excited. >> you look so real doing that. you channelled everybody so
well. >> big shoutout to carson. we are pelting him with this and that. should we do this? >> can we see your shoes? how are you walking? >> size 12s. >> i had to do that before. that is not from a ladies store. >> i took them home to practice. my kids were freaked out. it was fun. >> i had to lose a little weight to fit into adam's jeans. >> this would be the toughest tinder swiping. i would not know who to reject. >> we had fun dressing up as some friends. speaking of that, we sprung the news on our "voice" pals of us doing this. here is what they had to say. >> wow! >> nailed it. >> come on. >> that doesn't look like me, does it? >> that could not look less like you if you tried. >> i'm happy with everything
except the kind of alcohol she is drinking. >> the tattoos look fantastic. >> sheinelle, thank you. >> carson, thank you. you look so cute. >> you're so nice. love you gwen. >> what a treat. >> i have been watching way too much "the voice" lately. repeat after repeat. i was doing side by side comparisons. the tats. >> carson is not easy. >> i don't do much. that's why. >> can i honestly ask you would i stand a chance? >> honestly? no. >> we start the show on a high bar. that's the point of the show. >> or my shorts were just pushing. >> thanks for the secret. >> thank you, bob. >> happy halloween. >> thank you so much. >> thanks for willie coming in and our incredible hair and makeup team. and from the team from "saturday night live." we are not done.
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>> you couldn't recognize me. >> thanks for letting me borrow your dressing room. you know, i convinced him. >> you nailed it. >> you look so real. >> i'm afraid to move my face. >> you like hanging out? >> he loved it. >> guys, we will switch gears if we can. there are all sorts of collectors out there. some it is art and others wine and some others baseball cards. now nbc's craig melvin will introduce us to some with a special obsession. >> reporter: call them creepy, call them haunted, call them pieces of art. whatever you land on, these dolls are anything but ordinary. >> most people who collect dolls, we don't believe we own the dolls. we are the caretaker. >> reporter: you are aware some people call these dolls creepy. >> it is bizarre, but i'm
bizarre. they see some crazy woman in a double wide trailer with a bunch of plastic dolls carrying around like babies. because they don't understand about collecting and the social logical and historic artistic value. this is her original costume. >> reporter: the retired school teacher is a number of growing number of buyers and sellers whose obsession for the dolls makes them unique. >> this doll is a two-faced doll. >> reporter: the dolls are not only popular, but pricey on e-bay and etsy. this doll sold for $400,000 at auction. how much will you estimate your collection? >> i could not tell you. >> reporter: you don't want to tell me? >> no. >> reporter: what is the most you ever paid for a doll? >> a luxury car.
maybe $45,000 or $50,000. >> this particular doll say shirley temple doll. she is special because her previous owner believed when her twin sister died, her spirit stayed with the doll. every anniversary of her sister's death or her birthday, this doll cries human tears. >> reporter: each doll with the human spirit or story will have you look at the strange and scary. for "today" in indianapolis, indiana, craig melvin, nbc news. >> all right. guys, we will take a break. when we come back, more halloween fun, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ is to live it... naturally.♪ just lead today, temple university is in the national spotlight, and fans will flock to the college game day broadcast at independence mall. they take on notre dame fighting irish tonight and preview of the action straight ahead. we are tracking developments in an overnight house fire, more on that in a moment, plus breaking news overseas, a russian plane carrying more than 200 passengers crashes in egypt. ahead, new clues about when the airliner vanished from radar. those stories and more next on
nbc 10 news starts now. right now on nbc 10 news today, engulfed in flames, we have new information this morning that took crews nearly an hour to get this under control. we do have new information about this row home fire in. there's one person in the hospital. you may want to wear layers checking out the college game day action along independence mall. we'll have a live look there in just a moment, but first, a live look at philadelphia skyline looking great out there, and it is just a little bit chilly. how low it goes tonight when many will be outside. details ahead in the nbc 10 first alert forecast. good morning. happy halloween. this is n 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors, just before 8:00 on this saturday. we'll get right to the trick or
treating and time forecast in just a moment, but, first, we begin with breaking news jeefr sea overseas. a russian airliner crashed in egypt's central sinai peninsula. the air bus just took off from the red sea resort, and it was on its way to the russian city of st. petersburg. take a look. this is file video of the airline involved with some air bus planes similar to the one that crashed. the plane vanished from radar 23 minutes into the flight. crews located the wreckage, but no information on those on board. it was mostly russian tourists. we'll continue to update you throughout the hour. stay with us. now the weekend with michelle grossman. michelle, all things considered, the fact we got the big temple game and it's halloween, weather's going too cooperate? >> looking good. a big night. the game at 8:00, kickoff, and then, of course, halloween
events any time. a chilly day, a cold start. chilly day, but not too bad tonight in terms of the last day of october. here a live look outside, looking at sun this morning, a live view outside, and clear skies this morning, and we will see increasing clouds throughout the afternoon, and we will stay dry, good news throughout the day. big differenced to this time yesterday in terms of temperatures. we are 13 degrees colder in mount pocono. 11 degrees colder in millville, putting us in the 30s. a lot of spots below freezing, 31 in allentown, just 28 degrees in mount pocono. 42 degrees in philadelphia, and south and east, mainly mid to upper 30s, and atlantic city at 37 degrees. a cold start, chilly throughout the day, 3:00, temperatures in the 50s and 6:00 p.m. topping out at 59. your forecast and sunday's
showers in a bit. >> looking forward to it, thanks, michelle. today, the temple owls in prime time, playing the besteig game in the history tonight. here's a live look at lincoln financial field inside the link where the game kicks off at 8:00. the owls are undefeated. it's the best season start ever for the team, and the question is, can they keep the streak going? we are live at independence mall, the site of espn's "college game day", and sleep derivation is a factor for the fans out there? >> reporter: but e ixhilarated the crowd here. look at this. the party before sunrise on sixth and fifth. there's a heavy police presence. as you can see to the left hand side, police arrived on motorcycles, a lot more cruisers here as well since we last talked to you.
[ cheers and applause ] students started arriving by the droves in bus loads as early as 5:00 this morning. posters in hand to cheer on the owls. we also noticed a few notre dame fans in the crowd, brave, right, and believe it or not, they are coming with their game gear on. well, this historic setting on independence mall, first as the backdrop for a preview of the historic gridiron matchup between temple and the fighting irish. for the undefeated owls, this is end. >> this is exciting. i mean, like, to come into something so big and just know, like, this is a huge moment for temple and a huge moment for me and my friends coming in as freshman. >> what a weekend for this to be happening, everything is, like, so exciting, been up all night and will be up all day. >> reporter: they are still up. espn's college game day show
begins in less than an hour, and notice the countdown clock you can see. folks are standing up on risers there. it is the second halloween broad, and the second trip to philadelphia since 2002. the owls take on the irish at the link here in prime time at 8:00 tonight, and you can see some notre dame folks have joined me here. they want to make sure that i see the blue and the green, and a little guy here is wearing his halloween costume, how you doing, bud, wave at me, you're live on tv, nbc 10, hi. okay, i'll let you go. all right. enjoy the day, everybody. be safe. we're going to continue to be here for the hour and have you all abreast of what's going on here. we're going to try to keep it unbias although we are among mostly owls fans. trying to keep my news spirit going on here. it's been fun. the party continues. live on independence mall, nbc 10 news.
>> i mean, you are wearing red this morning. i mean, i think we know. >> reporter: yeah, yeah. >> all right. see you in a half hour. >> reporter: okay. >> appreciate it. the matchup between temple and notre dame causes traffic troubles and detours in philadelphia. really, it's market street where you monique, closed between fifth and sixth until 7:00 this evening because of the game day set. after the broadcast this morning, they break it down. there's also going to be increased trsk around the link, especially closer to kickoff at 8:00 this evening. we're going to help you navigate some of the congestion from the road closures just go to nbc10.com for more information, or just check out our free app. in other news this morning, we have just learned the american red cross is helping four people with shelter and emergency aide after this fire at a row home in north phillie.
crews got the call at 1:50 this morning reports of flames shooting from the roof of the row home near 20th and oxford street. it took firefighters about app hour, until 2:45, to get the blaze under control. i live in old. i smell it all the way there and could see the trucks heading out. [ bleep ]. >> this is cell phone video we've been showing you of teenagers fighting with police outside a high school in allentown. well, now, nbc 10 has a copy of the police radio calls when officers tried to help their injured colleagues. take a listen. >> just watched this huge group, we're watching, they're asoughting the police. >> we're going to be transports one officer. >> four officers ended up hurt in the brawl that investigators say started as a fight between students. police a crowd of 200 others watched it all unfold, and five students are now facing criminal charges. >> you have to pay the
consequences, absolutely. i mean, hitting an officer is not acceptable. our kids have a mentality that the police are the enemy. they don't talk to them or respect. they are always -- my son is a victim of that. they man handle them, grab them, they are aggressive. >> school district administrators tell nbc 10 they are working for the allentown police on the investigation. this morning, a philadelphia police officer is recovering at home after he was run over by a police van. this all happened yesterday afternoon on pine street. hooe here's what we know. investigators say the officer was chasing a suspect who smashed an suv with a baseball bat. they in a struggle falling to the ground, and then the van ran over the officer's leg by accident. nbc 10 has learned that the suspect had worked for the ride sharing company, lyft, but the company since ended its relationship with hem. it took seven hours for someone to ferg out a 6-year-old boy with autism was left on a school bus, according to
prosecutors in central new jersey who now charged the bus driver and an aid with child endangerment in middlesex county. the incident allegedly happened last week. the driver was to take the boy to school in edison, but he was left on board for seven hours after the but returned to the bus yard. another driver discovered the boy and returned him to school at health ca4:00 in the afterno. the government declared three days of mourning after 27 people died in a fire in a nightclub. authorities say a heavy metal's band show sparked the blaze, and 300 concert goers were packed into the club located in a basement. when the fire started, there was a stampede for the exit. more than 140 people are still in the hospital this morning. back here in our area, today's deadline day for the ss united states. the legendary ship has been
languishing in south philadelphia for the last 18 years. as we've been telling you, the ship desperately needs $60,000 a month in funding to literally keep it afloat. the conservancy that owns it put out app sos for money needed by today. they hope to restore the ship, but without a cash infusion, the group may be forced to scrap their plans. an announcement it expected early in the next to find out where they stand with the funding. the ss united states, by the way, holds the record as the fastest passenger ship ever made. if you'd like to find out more information or if you're interested in donating, just tap on the n b.c. 10 app. >> i will lay my [ bleep ] on you and not think twice about it. ahead, a school bus driver in delaware caught on camera allegedly threatening a student. what the school district is now doing to make sure this does not happen again.
welcome back, we are cold this morning. temperatures at or below freezing in many spots north ano west and southeast. a live look, looking along cape may, a cold to be out on the beaches, but a brisk start to the day couldn't hurt you. we are looking at temperatures in the 30st, around jovfreezing1 in allentown, 29 degrees in pottstown, 28 in mount pocono. 32 in philadelphia, the warmest on the map, 37 in atlantic city. there's a cold start as we go throughout the day. we start out with mostly sunny skies, stays in place, add in clouds this afternoon. mix of sun and clouds this afternoon. 51 in mount pocono, and
doyletown at 58 degrees later on this afternoon. at the beach, temperatures main my in the upper 50s, 58 this afternoon in atlantic city, and back closer to the city, topping out at 60 degrees, 59 in philadelphia, 59 in chester, and 358 in wilmington as a high. a chilly halloween forecast as well the temple game, chilly too, and the potential for showers early on sunday. more about that coming up. today, the deflated remains of the military blimp that crashed in central pennsylvania will be removed from the woods. a pennsylvania international guard helicopter will lift the blimp's hull out of the woods and carry that to a government facility. yesterday, crews hauled away the tail section -- excuse me -- i'm having could having trouble this morning, a cold everyone seems to dr the blimp broke free from
maryland on wednesday, and it crashed three hours later in pennsylvania. it's still unclear how the blimp became detached. a bus driver in delaware is not filling in ever again after school administrators say she yelled at a student and the incident was caught on xdvideo. take aknlisten. >> i'm not ahw typical bus driv, .÷t will lay any [ bleep ] on you andl lay any [ bleep ] on [ bleep ] about it. >> the school district tells nbo learned that#nd the buslp dri spoken to the student in a, and said, in the driver's behavior and took steps to this individual will notg3r+e if the district again. the :e'ervisor a callinge/+ pars the kids on the bus to inform and discuss the incident. the time is 8:13, and still ahead, we are?i1 followingbu=ñ g news overseas in egypt,7i a pl carrying more than 200
this is nbc 10 news. 8:16 on saturday, a live look over center city, the sun coming up. looking good out there, but it's not going to do much to warm us up. michelle grossman says temperatures right now are in the 40s. she'll have details about how warm it gets later on in the first alert forecast. today, parents can take
their kids' treats for free candy x-rays to make sure they are free of foreign objects. today is the last day, bring your kids' candy between 6:00 in the evening and 9:00. happening today, halloween fun from 10:00 this morning until 4:00 this afternoon, trick or treat with the ghosts from the haunted battlegrounds, and tonight at 7:00, why not make it an evening of fun if you dare to sleep over, there's quite a spooky party for grownups. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. well, we'll be chilly for the halloween activities, into the 50s later on this afternoon, and topping out at 59, but we are cold right now, and most spots in the 30s, and some spots even in the 20s, and one spot in the 40s. weather headlines, the cold start this morning, temperatures below freezing in many spots, especially north and west, and we'll talk about the halloween forecast, temple forecast, they are chilly, but not bad in the
last day of october. potentially, a sunday shower, that would be early on sunday, it would be very isolated. more about that in minutes, but right now, mostly sunny skies, 42 in philadelphia, and winds from the north at 7 miles per hour. so still seeing that northerly flow, a cool flow before they switch around to the southwest, and that adds in more cloud cover this evening. right now, temperatures in the 30s, some 20s, though, 29 in pottstown, 31 in allentown, freezing in redding. 28 in mount pocono. a cold, cold start for many, south and east looking at the 30s, 34 in glassboro, 37 in at listen tick city, and a lot of cold soccer games early this morning. it looks pretty outdoors, you need the sunglasses. the sun is in place today, adding more cloud cover later on this afternoon, but we'll keep it dry. this is a live view from the adventure aquarium cam. future weather shows sun throughout the early part of the day, but we bring in cloud cover, and that's when the winds
brings in moisture, so we'll see a little more cloud cover this evening, especially into the overnight and especially on sunday. so a chilly afternoon, temperatures at 59, later on this afternoon, and tonight, dropping into the 40s, not into the 30 s like last night, and we wake up to cloud cover, isolated showers, and as we go throughout the afternoon, the good news is we should see more sun in the afternoon than where we started out early on sunday and milder into the upper 60s. that's going to feel good. today, temperatures around 59 in philadelphia, and mix of sun and clouds, and it will be chilly. winds southwest at 5-10 miles per hour. right now, out of the north, and your halloween forecast, trick or treating tonight? yes, chilly. you might need the jacket for the little guys over their k costum costumes, 8:00, 53, 51 by 10:00, and the big game tonight, kickoff at 8:00, and so exciting, we're looking at temperatures in the low 50s, 51 by 11:00, and it will feel chilly. bring that fleece as you head
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meteorologist michelle grossman has details on your trick or treating forecast and, of course, the big game day forecast coming up a little bit later on. to decision 2016. gop debate fallout. the republican national is ending its partnership with nbc news after the cnbc debate this past week. that means that the rnc will not take part in an nbc debate scheduled for february 2016. nbc news responded with a statement vowing to work to resolve the matter with the gop. some of the republican campaigns plan to meet tomorrow to discuss dissatisfaction with the debate. talking about the candidates, a shakeup in jeb bush's campaign. nbc news learned the chief operating officer of the campaign has been let go, a week after the bush campaign announced organizational changes and money woes. word is that jeb bush is working to privately reassure his donors who are nervous about the slim down campaign operation and his
much critiqued debate performance. one minute a technician was cleaning out a used car, and the next? he had a dilemma on his hands. this is brett. inside a hyundai that was recently traded in, he found an envelope stuffed with cash. lottings of cash. $10,000 to be exact. turns out the car belonged to a woman who was recently widowed and the cash was left there as a surprise from her late husband. he died before he could give it to her. her family was touched by the discovery and relieved the cash was not lost. >> to be honest, to give that money back says a lot about the person and about the company that he works for. >> it was not mine. i just wasn't raised that way. i can't trusted -- you know, if that was my money, i would have been going nuts. >> the family gave brett the technician a special thank you. no word on if it was cash, though. the time now is 8:26.
still ahead on nbc 10 news today, monique braxton is live on independence mall with a big group of behind her, and a lot of fans coming in by the bus loads. monique's in the thick of it all. >> reporter: heir, rosemary, thousands of people here, no doubt by knew, and the cheer leaders and band just arrived. i'll try my best to control myself because i want to dance with the band and bring it to you in the spirit of the owls. back in a moment. that's awesome. you see hats and fleeces because it is cold this morning. temperatures are below freezing in a lot of spots, a lot of sunshine, and here's a live view of the pocono mountains, beautiful this morning, but in the 20s. more on the chilly forecast today, and the seven day coming up.
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