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>> great timing. rain yesterday, we'll have rain tomorrow, and today we have a breeze blowing so the flag looks great. and more importantly that's a northwesterly wind so that's dry air pushing the last few raindrops offshore. the sprinkles in the toms river area and ship bottom won't last much longer. the temperatures are in the 50s which is warm for this time of year. usually these readings are in the very low 40s in the middle of november. we'll get some sunshine, we'll see the temperatures climb into the 60s. looking good. 56 at 8:00. by 11:00 we'll be in the low 60s and climbing. 64 by 2:00 this afternoon. when i come back your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast. jessica boyington has first alert traffic. >> on 95 around the betsy ross bridge no real increase in this drive time we're at 14 minutes.
even through the work zone but you can see southbound that's headed to center city no problems yet even through the work zone. we can expect those in the next 10 minutes. in new jersey, station road eastbound right around 130, cleaning up a fuel still from an earlier accident. we also are watching for a set of traffic lights on flash in long crest. not causing a huge delay. use caution when traveling through. no problems or delays for septa, new jersey transit, patco and dart. >> new this morning a man is in the hospital after being stabbed and police made an arrest. the stabbing happened at a home on acorn in montgomery count be10:00 last night. we're working to find out the victim's condition and what led to the stabbing. a 6-year-old montgomery county girl has a long road to recovery
after being sexually assaulted in her own bedroom. if it wasn't the fast action of the family the rape arrest may not have happened so quickly. matt delucia, what did the family do? >> reporter: they jumped into action right away, vai. we heard a sound bite from the district attorney right at the top of the show where she was talking about the courage that this family had in these very difficult circumstances. take a look at the mug shot, the suspect, 28-year-old oscar. he broke into the home early monday morning and got into bed a 6-year-old girl. her 11-year-old brother woke up, saw the man in the bed naked, he ran and got his parents, they called 911 and the children's stepfather held him at knife point until police arrived. according to the affidavit he tried to get away pleading kill me, kill me or let me go.
the montgomery county d.a. says the girl was assaulted and now the neighbors want justice. >> was like traumatizing after we heard that. my son is 5 and she was 6. >> can't believe it. there's a lot of things that go on there. this is just disgusting. she's a baby. and i'm just shocked. and very upset for the family. >> reporter: the d.a. says that this was not the first time that the suspect broke into the victim's house. the last time it happened was a couple of months ago but no one was home at the time. oscar rivera herrera is held on $1 million bail. >> a man who robbed and killed a philadelphia police officer will spend 20 to 40 years in prison. he took a plea deal in exchange for testifying against his co-defendant. mcfarland admitted his role in the robbery and murder of
officer moses walker jr. in august walker was walking home from his shift when he was shot and killed during a hold up. he was a 19-year veteran of the force. his co-defendant was convicted and is serving a life sentence. jones was the trigger man. >> economic issues and foreign policy, republicans running for president tackled those and others. the eight top polling candidates took questions during the main debate. donald trump and ben carson did not get into exchanges with each other. but on the immigration issue trump called for a call on the u.s./mexican border. >> if you think walls don't work all you have too do is watch israel. >> 12 million illegal immigrants to accepted them back, 500,000 a month, is just not possible.
>> every candidate questioned about the minimum wayne said they would not raise it. there were kifring opinions about letting banks fail. chris christie is getting high marks for his performance in the earlier debate. some political analysts said that christie commanded the stage even while his rivals attacked his record in state government. >> i'll give you a ribbon for a participation. but in the real world it's results. >> i won in a state for re-election after governing as a pro life conservative and got 61% of the vote. that's the person you want on the case against hillary clinton. >> rick santorum and muck huckabee also took questions in the earlier debate. republicans are blasting hillary clinton for her comments about carly fiorina. a former hp employee made a comment yesterday in new
hampshire. >> and she says she's a great ceo. ef time i see her on tv i want to reach through and strangle her. you know, i know that doesn't sound very nice. >> i wouldn't mess with you. >> reporters asked clinton if she took the man seriously. she shook her head and said no. republican officials said it was in poor taste. >> the price for ending the pennsylvania budget battle could be an increase in your sales tax. in the proposed compromise between governor wolf and republican lawmakers, the state sales tax would rise from 6 to 7.25%, the second highest in the country. if you live in philadelphia the sales tax would go from 8 to 9.25%. the natural gas industry will not face higher taxes despite the governor making that a key issue. wolf says he was able to
negotiate a record increase in education funding. the budget is not a done deal. he hopes to have it finished by thanksgiving. >> we have the results from this year's world series of poker championship. >> amazing, both the winner and the runner-up are from our area. >> the river card is a jack. joe mckeehen goes wire to wire to win the main event. >> joe mckeehen outlasted josh beckley for the title. mckeehen won $7.6 million. beckley didn't get peanuts for second place. >> 4 million. i'd take that. >> let's bring in bill henley. >> i have a safe bet for you that you can leave your umbrella home. you might need your sunglasses.
a nice dry veterans day. we're already drying out each though clouds are overhead. 60s for today. but tomorrow's a different story. i'm tracking showers that will mikely arrive during the day tomorrow. heading out now, we're looking at 50s, we'll be at the low 50 mark. each of these locations no sign of rain and you can see the clouds are starting to break in this view from cape may from the marquis de lafayette hotel. so puddles on beach avenue but those will not last. we'll see them disappear as the temperatures warm up. an unusually warm day. we have clouds around it's dry in philadelphia. not much left of scattered showers. those will be done and the temperatures will be climbing. 60s for bethlehem, pennsburg and fleetwood.
more sunshine this afternoon than this morning. all in the 60s. and mostly cloudy at the shore. you'll see some breaks of sunshine but more for cape may than you find in philadelphia and malvern. all in the 60s this afternoon. but there is cooler weather ahead and it will be here for the weekend. >> trying to get a sneak peek at monitor where jessica is. i think i see a tow truck. is that possible? >> it's hard to see. what do you have? >> pretty far away but in to take a looser look right around woodhaven road, we do have a vehicle accident. a tow truck in the area as well so something to watch for. lanes blocked but of course to the shoulder.
422, drive toyms, eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill expressway even through the work zone we're okay. now a heads up later on this evening. we do have a 76ers game at the wells fargo center so expect around 7:00 p.m. later on this evening. >> so looks like a calculator even asks like a calculator but the ap does a lot more. they are called coast happens. what every parent should know about the innocent app some teens are misusing to hide inappropriate photos. >> we're taking it county by county for a look at some of the ways you can honor our vets today. the veterans wall in warminster will pay tribute to the alumni fact urlt and staff. more than 125 graduates named are on the wall.
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ite 6:14. one of the most important ways to take homeless veterans off the streets and give them a stable life is make sure they have jobs. monique braxton is live with us this morning with details on how the government is trying to make sure that happens. >> that's what the department of labor is working on with their program. the goal is to provide homeless veterans with skills training, job search assistance, placement and other services. the program also targets specific groups with then homeless veterans ranks. like female veterans and those with families, the department, hvrp awarded more than 150
grants nationwide during 2014. the latest data from 2013 shows that around 63% of veterans involved in that program were able to reintegrate back into the work force. the department of veterans affairs is working on ten main objectives, we have some of them on the screen. they include helping end veteran homelessness, promoting leadership, raising awareness, providing affordable housing and integrating health care with that housing. other programs include an outreach initiative to find at risk veterans and their families stable homes. in the studio, monique braxton. >> the delaware national guard headquarters changing its name to honor beau biden, a ceremony for the new major joseph r. biden iii reserve center will take place in spring. biden of course the son of vice president joe biden joined the army national guard in 2003 and
rose to become a major. beau died in may, his widow reliesing the statement that the family is honored. >> a new anti-swatting bill is law. governor christie, increasing penalties for hoax calls after several cases in which people called police to draw them to a location. the new law increases potential jail terms, up to 10 years, and raises fines up to $150,000. it's 6:16. some people in atlantic city are frustrated after governor christie vetoed most of the tax package that would help stabilize finances. the governor wants to change a measure that would create predictable revenue allowing the city's eight casinos to make set payments in lieu of taxes for 15 years. supporters say they need a break
to avoid budgeting tax appeals that left the city in the red. that led to the recent casino closures and put a van on other services and miss business. >> if you love skiing or snowboarding and looking for work, this coming year, listen up. camelback ski resort is hosting a job fair today looking to fill up to 800 seasonal positions. the fair runs from 8 to 5:00 this evening. working at camelback comes with perks including season passes and discounted tickets for family and friends. you may not know what they are but your kids probably do, that's the problem. >> ghost apps look and work like regular phone apps but when you enter a special code they can reveal hidden files. they allow teens to hide inappropriate pictures on their devices. one sex crimes investigator said he heard the line my kid would never do this too many times.
>> this one father wept so hard he could not believe his 12-year-old daughter would be sending out inappropriate naked pictures of herself. >> experts suggest using parental controls make sure the phone can only download apps with a password only a parent knows. if your kid needs or wants an app find out what that app really does and only then allow them to download it. >> we need an app for traffic. we do. the "nbc 10 news" app. >> the jessica boyington app. >> i would love one of those. so accurate ever day. you get out the door we're going to show you what you need. on 95 around the woodhaven road off ramp. we're having lane restrictions, this is access i-95 northbound from woodhaven. you can see the accident scene with cars moving to the left right hand shoulder. it's taking out the two lanes of the ramp in there. so some small backup behind
that. otherwise okay approaching 95. as we head out the door watch for an accident scene on one of the hardest things i had to say today and the schuylkill expressway through the conshohocken curve. everything is moving along nicely. still in the green. 14 minutes east from the blue route to the vine street expressway. when i come back we'll have another check on your traffic and drive times. 19 minutes after 6:00. and the rain has ended. veterans day we get a nice wind blowing old glory out of the northwest that's a drying wind for us. and that is going to continue this afternoon. 55 degrees, a warm start and we'll be back in the 60s this afternoon. you'll need your sunglasses because we're seeing some breaks in the clouds already. this is a view looking past the wind mills on the linc which
will see action on sunday. the clouds by then will be long gone and today we'll see the clouds move out. the wind, though, steady and stronger in reading and lancaster. light nothing in the pocono mountains that won't last. then as far as the rain just a few sprinkles at the jersey shore. we'll be dry the rest of the day. but stom a different story. you need your umbrella tomorrow. right now we still have cloudiness, those clouds will thin out. combination of clouds and sunshine. a little breezy too with temperatures in the 60s. tomorrow we'll be in the 60s but you need your rain gear again. showers will move through during the day and keep on going. so friday, saturday, sunday plenty of sunshine. going to get chilly over the weekend in the morning, look at sunday morning, 36 degrees but a warm-up for the eagles game. 59 the high temperature, bright sunshine will make it feel warmer and it will be with sunshine monday and tuesday. >> 20 minutes past 6. sleeping on the job is never
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a spokesperson for the philadelphia police department says two officers caught sleeping on the job will be disciplined. a woman snapped this photo of the officers sleeping during their overnight shift last weekend. it happened in the 24th district in kensington. an area known for violence and drug activity. the department says someone could have gotten hurt. the woman who took the photo agrees. >> they were sleeping with the windows down. that could have been another cop getting shot. windows down. look what happened in new york with the cop.
he was sitting in the car. >> the department officials call the incident inappropriate and they say it raises concerns over both community and police safety. good morning. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. we are having an update for you, this is the exit ramp of woodhaven road, 295 northbound. the ramp was blocked off with police activity and accident and a tow truck. you can see in minutes completely clear. we have an accident and i'll go over the details at 6:30. >> this is sky force 10 in the air and flying to the west. still clouds visible put we'll see some sunshine. some areas the clouds are starting to break and after a mild morning in the 50s we're heading for the 60s this afternoon. right now 55 in the city.
>> reporter: i'm matt delucia live at hatfield township. an 11-year-old boy finds a stranger in bed with his 6-year-old sister. what the family did next has the district attorney calling this an act of courage. >> today is veterans day, a day when we honor and respect all those who have served our country. coming up, inside one classroom and show you how these young students did that and much more.
to hit our area. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm tracy davidson. it's about 6:30. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with his first alert forecast, find out about the sunshine that will be making a reappearance today. >> absolutely. leave the umbrella home. you need your sunglasses. we're seeing some areas getting breaks in the clouds. this is past the wind mills on lincoln financial field. a few scattered clouds, more clouds are in the distance. we will see sunshine as the last showers are quickly pushing offshore. we'll be dry today, and nice breeze blowing, perfect for veterans day and a nice warm-up. look at these, 56 degrees at 8:00, by 11:00, 61 and then into the middle 60s, the northwest wind still on duty at 2:00 this afternoon. when i come back we'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood. right now jessica boyington has your first alert traffic. >> we're watching an accident out in montgomery county now. tractor-trailer actually versus
a pickup truck. no word on whether or not they have closed the roads around here so we're going to give you an alternate. valley forge at pot shop road. township line road, take that to get through or follow the detours posted. for new jersey, everything looking great so far. we're not seeing a huge increase in the majors on this wednesday morning. route 42 in deptford around 41 northbound right in here that's headed toward philadelphia, you get to 295 no problems so far for the morning, 5 minutes from 55 to the walt whitman bridge, mass transit great so far this morning. we'll have another update when you come back. >> it's 6:31. new from overnight a driver in northeast philadelphia is in the hospital after crashing into a peco pole this morning near the corner of east fishers lane and ramona avenue. the crash started a small fire. no word on the driver's
condition. police in montgomery county arrest a man accused of raping a 6-year-old girl and neighbors say the suspect is no stranger to the community and they are in shock. matt delucia is live in hatfield. the suspect is also the father of a young child. tell us more. >> reporter: tracy, the suspect's own child is around the same age as the victim. the montgomery county district attorney is calling this simply a horrifying home invasion. here is the mug shot of the suspect. 28-year-old oscar rivera herrera. he broke into the family home at the apartments early monday morning and got into bed with a 6-year-old girl. the girl's 11-year-old brother woke up, saw the man in the bed naked. he ran and got his parents who called 911. the stepfather held herrera at knife point until police arrived. according to the affidavit he tried to get away, pleading kill me kill me or let me go.
the d.a. says there is another factor in this case. >> he had in fact broken into the house some time earlier, nothing was taken, there was no damage done. it was not reported to the police at the time but he was certainly familiar with the residence and the environment there. >> reporter: the d.a. says the girl is now recovering from this attack. meanwhile, herrera is in jail being held on $1 million bail. matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." 6:33. 55 degrees. new this morning new castle county police need your help finding a man they say carjacked a woman. the victim was leaving a wawa in claymont about 5:00 yesterday when a guy walked up with a gun, held a gun to her. police say he ordered the victim to drive to another wawa, about six miles away, at dupont highway and memorial drive.
the victim says after she gave the suspect cash, he took off in another vehicle. if you happen to recognize this man you skred to call police. >> family members of a man shot and killed in a store say the gunman could be the victim's distant cousin. the victim was killed as he waited for an order inside the grocery yesterday morning. workers say a man ran in and shot him. when we spoke to his mother who says she is fed up with the violence. >> i love my son, you know, i know he's in god's hands. you know, it is what it is. i'm just tired of these kids dying for nothing. >> family members say they are not sure if the shooting is the result of an ongoing feud. police are asking anyone with information to come forward. >> it is of course veterans day. president obama will mark the day at arlington national cemetery as she does every year. the president will place a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier.
other commemorations at the world war ii memorial and the vietnam veterans memorial wall. there are observances as well. >> there is a learning experience for school children. katy is live along penns landing. >> reporter: as you know so many will be spending time at veteran memorials like this one here at penns landing. but leading into today a local principal wanted her young students to learn a big lesson a different way. ♪ this land is your land this land is my land ♪ >> it was a warm welcome for these bucks county veterans followed by a sweeter sequence of thank yous. >> thanks for fighting for us. thanks for never giving up. that's why i'm thankful for your service. >> thank you for all you have done. your service to help america.
>> thank you for protecting us. you are like a superstar and very brave. from gabriel. >> the principal wanted her students to understand the real meaning of serving our country. >> i served the u.s. navy, i was on the battleship "uss wisconsin." >> very awesome men have done very, very hard things. >> there was no one prouder in the room than aiden whose dad was invited to talk about his service currently in the pennsylvania army national guard. >> i love coming to my son's school. they are so active with the community. they have always been active and supportive of me and my role in the military. >> a great opportunity for those young kids. so today veterans day, the students will spend it packaging
up left over halloween candy they collected and sending that candy to troops overseas. they will include dental floss and tooth brushes. reporting live in penns landing, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. 6:37. and we're getting breaks of sunshine to start the day with once it's up, completely drive. leave the umbrella home. tomorrow a different story of tracking showers arriving during the day. right now 50 degrees in doylestown. the clouds are starting to thin out and millville 54 degrees. we'll see some sunshine and the temperatures climbing into the 60s. it will be warmer than normal. satellite shows the clouds with us, as far as showers those ended. now a few sprinkles at the coast
but most of the jersey shore is also dry. so stand by for a quick warm-up. 56 in the pocono mountains, 60s for allentown, reading and quakertown and sunshine for trenton, mount holly and doylestown at the shore cloudy to start with. the clouds are thinning out. we'll get sunshine at cape may, vineland and dover. in the 60s, 65 degrees for philadelphia. and for wilmington. westchester tops out at 63. change is ahead not just tomorrow but the weekend. we've got the seven-day forecast when i'm back in 10 minutes. >> we'll see you then. 6:38. time to get a look at traffic. kudos to jessica. she worked two long shifts yesterday. >> taking care of you so you know what you are going to face when you head out the door. >> we got you here at nbc 10 and i'm here right now to show you traffic on the schuylkill expressway. live right around the conshohocken curve. we're starting to be slow on the east and westbound sides.
you can see it here in the cameras and westbound seeming to have a bigger drive time. 19 minutes, westbound from the vinethe blue route now, so watch out in montgomery county. an accident, tractor-trailer versus pickup truck. your best bet to get by is take township line road into jersey. we had an earlier accident, active for cleanup in florence township. eastbound right around 130. i'll be back in 10 minutes for another check on your traffic. it was a star-studded evening at the kimmel center in philadelphia. artists gathered to honorly gepds past and present. mayor nutter was there at the ceremony to honor the jazz trumpetor, director. anderson was one of the most celebrated and a pioneer for the arts and civil rights.
>> want to make a point that i think is pertinent to this award, to this city, to the lives that we live as americans and what marion anderson represents to us. >> in addition to honoring greats like marsalis the award supports up and coming artists through its young artist study grant program. >> small plane slams into an apartment building killing at least two people but timing may be what saved dozens of other lives on the ground. it's not uncommon to hear about school lockdowns now but because of an emu? well, that's something you don't hear about every day. the emu on the loose.
>>. >> 6:43. a school was placed on lockdown not because of a criminal theft. >> instead they are taking to protect children from a big bird and not the one from "sesame street." an emu has been on the loose in townsen. they think the creature was a pet at one point. the owner of a petting zoo has been trying to catch the bird for days. on monday he almost succeeded. >> got closer than of. we had our hands on it physically. twice. >> the emu got away and people shouldn't try to get close because it could gore you or cut you with its sharp talons. they are concerned it would wander into traffic and cause an accident. >> investigators expect the death toll to rise after a small jet crashed in ohio yesterday. they are still unsure how many
were on board when it crashed outside of this apartment building. two people are confirmed dead. authorities say the jet slipped a power line before it hit the brick building. a witness was recording on her cell phone. watch this video. >> oh, my god. >> investigators don't think anyone was in the building. no one on the ground was hurt. >> new york's attorney general ordered daily fantasy websites to stop in new york. the games constitute illegal gambling and fleece sports fans. most pennsylvania and new jersey lawmakers are trying to decide if the same sites should be considered gambling than a game of skill. com skast an investor in fan duel. >> kathleen kane will go on
trial. yesterday kane appeared before a judge. they lost her fwid have some charges thrown out. kane's accused of leaking secret grand jury material to a reporter and then lying about it after. her lawyer claims kane forgot she signed an oath of secrecy after taking office. >> three days after swearing in, probably dealing you know 800-person office, dealing with a myriad issues she was doing the best she could. i don't think that there's any question about that she was overwhelmed at the time. >> kane will go on trial some time next year. >> there is a bill making its way through the state house that could make it harder to learn the names of officers involved in some police shootings. state representative martino white created the bill that would disclose the names of officers om if they are charmed with a crime. police named offers involved in
shootings. critics of the proposed change say it promotes secrecy and erodes public trust. >> well intentioned plan, very poorly thought out with respect to the consequences and i would venture to say a dangerous development. >> what this bill does i feel brings the public and the law enforcement closer together because there's more information and not a rush to judgment. >> 0 the bill reportedly has bipartisan support and won unanimous approval in the judiciary committee. >> 300 black crosses are lined up to get people talking. this is what you see at the university of new york at buffalo. each of these crosses stands for an unarmed person of color killed by police or who died in custody over the last three years in the u.s. organizers hope this will start conversations about what led to the deadly encounters with police. >> many of our students are going to be leaders in our
communities and help them understand where we live, the times we live in, and some of the challenges that many of the people that will be representing or they will be teaching have is an torrent endeavor. >> the college will hold a special presentation. >> doctors say former president jimmy carter is responding well to cancer treatment. yesterday the doctors said they found no evidence of tumors in his brain. he had radiation treatment. he also is taking newly approved drugs that helped his body destroy cancer cells. >> his dying wish to see the star wars movie. >> days after granted he did pass away. daniel had terminal cancer. his wife start add campaign to get the producers to allow him to see the new film before its premier. last week the producers gave
fleetwood a private screening at his house. >> devin still stopped in wing wilmington. his daughter inspired the nation with her fight against cancer. dupont hospital received several play stations and other games. the former cincinnati bengal went to high school in wilmington. they became known around the world when he put his football career on hold as leah battled cancer. >> you try to come back and give back to the families that are here and the kids because we know exactly what they are going through. >> they were honored by espn's espy awards. how about this a. police standoff. he asked for kof and three
powdered jelly donuts. three. the manager around the corner says that he was happy to oblige. officers chased a man on a roof after he was suspected of shoplifting. he had a warrant for a parole violation. and after he got his tasty treats, the suspect surrendered without incident. >> 10 minutes before 7:00. leave the umbrella home, the rain has ended. we still have mostly cloudy skies, some areas seeing breaks of sunshine. we're all getting a break from mormle november temperatures. 55 degrees, that's about 15 degrees warmer than normal for this time of year. a little bit of fog, it won't last. we'll see the fog disappear. 2 1/2 mile visibility in haz hazelt hazelton. that's better than when we first went on the air. you still see the clouds that are in the area. they will be breaking.
we'll get sunshine today. but these are the clouds on the way for tomorrow. that is snow falling in denver and into the dakotas and nebraska, that's a system that's coming our way for tomorrow but it will be rain by the time it gets here. during the afternoon, futurecast, 5:00, sill some scattered clouds but we'll get into the 60s. the clouds return first thing tomorrow morning about this time we'll be tracking some showers in the harrisburg area. and those are likely to roll through later in the morning tomorrow. for today get your sunglasses ready. you might need your sunglasses. a combination of clouds and sunshine and breezy but temperatures will climb in the low to mid-60s. tonight the clouds are back, tomorrow showers arrive. 62 degrees on thursday, then sunshine is back and cooler temperatures return for friday, saturday, in fact the weekend will be chilly especially in the mornings, saturday and sunday
morning. in the 30s. but sunday afternoon for the eagles game, bright sunshine, 59 degrees. and then in the 60s monday and tuesday. >> bill, 8 minutes before 7:00. if you are trying to get out the door we'll let you know what you're going to face. >> i think she's taking a look at 95 if i see correctly. >> that's right, vie. tracy we're on 95 around 322. take a look at drive times. we're not seeing much increase especially 95 southbound toward center city. this typically is about a half hour trip. we're at 16 minutes, a tad slow. this is normally 12 minutes. still moving along. same with the schuylkill expressway so eastbound intoner city, 17 minutes, you see that's on 95 each going back and forth between green and yellow so still moving along. the blue route no real problems. some accidents around the area.
one in montgomery county and lansdale. another one out in upper dublin. >> thank you. this morning on the camden waterfront the battleship new jersey will who would special ceremony. veterans can go on a free self guided tour starting in a couple of hours. officials will fast a memorial leaf into the delaware river to honor those who serve. patients across the country have spoken. they recently rated their care experience at over 3,500 hospitals nationwide in a survey conducted for the centers for medicare and medicaid services. fewer than 10% received 5 stars. among them was cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia. learn more at cancercenter.com/eastern. cancer treatment centers of america. care that never quits. appointments available now.
into a home at the apartment complex, took off his clothes and got into bed with the 6-year-old. her brother heard what was going on, got his parents who called 911. the stepfather of the kids held him at knife point until police arrived. herrera is held in jail on $1 million bail. matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." good morning. i'm jessica boyington with first alert traffic. we're in montgomery county to watch out for an accident, a tractor-trailer versus pickup truck. so valley forge road is closed around skippack pike. take township line road that runs pretty much parallel so you'll be fip or follow local detours. in new jersey watch out in florence township withth was a fuel spill and now cleanup with station road eastbound being blocked around 130. a backup there as well.
a lot of our majors aren't showing the normal drive times. maybe the rush hour is starting later than normal. around route 1 the roosevelt boulevard we see a bigger delay. as opposed to seeing that delay into center city to the blue route we're at 26 minute trip. different from yesterday, no airport delays 18 philadelphia international airport. going to be a good day. >> it's veterans day and we've got a nice breeze and the wind is blowing in a different direction that's going to kick the clouds out of here. the rain is already done, it ended first thing this morning, now we'll be drying out during day. look at this great view from the marquis de lafayette hotel. still a little damp on beach avenue. that's not going to last long.
bit of fog will disappear. the clouds will be clearing out. the wind will continue this afternoon. but in spite of a northwest wind which is normally a cooling breesz, we have enough sunshine to go from 55 into the 60s. there they go, the last showers pushing off shore, dry today, if you give your umbrella veterans day off, 55 degrees. in the -- the temperatures will turn around in a hurry. 60 degrees by 11:00. 2 knack 63 and still climbing. >> one event, the sixers honoring those who served tonight, the stars and stripes initiative begins with a military appreciation at 7:00 at the wells fargo. thank you to all who served. >> hopefully the veterans get the sixers their first win of
the season. today show is up next. >> you can get updates with the nbc 10 app. good morning. who won? who lost? who held on in the republican candidates square off for the fourth time. jeb bush on offense going directly after donald trump. >> the he's absolutely wrong on this. we're not going to be the world's policemen, but we sure as heck better be the world's leader. >> ben carson saying he can handle questions about his life story. >> i have no problem with being vetted. what i do have a problem with is being lied about. >> all the highlights from the debate straight ahead, and the question was it a game changer for anyone? oh, my god. >> moment of impact captured during a live chat. the fiery crash of a small jet into an apartment complex in ohio. >> the plane just kind of like