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an overturned tractor-trailer on 42 northbound ramp to 295 northbound so no access to 295 northbound right now from that off ramp. all lanes are detoured onto 76. but you can take the black horse pike to get around back to 295 or if you want to take a highway, take the new jersey turnpike and be fine there. for mass transit, some 20 minute delays due to signal problems for septa's airport, wilmington my walk and media line. the rest doing fine. i'll have another check when we come back. it's 5:30. this breaking news in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. investigators say police shot a suspect near f street and westmoreland. the suspect was taken to temple hospital but police have not released the condition or told us if the suspect shot at police first. katy zachry is on scene. we'll check with her in the next half hour. we continue to follow developments in the wake of the
terror attacks in paris. a lot happening this morning. matt delucia is live in our digital operations center watching all of those developments including, matt, information on the suspected mastermind. right? >> it's been a busy morning here. in paris it's 11:30 a.m., the third day since the attacks and the situation there still tense. i got handed new information here. a senior turkish official says authorities flagged one of the suicide bombers in the paris attacks last year but receive in order response. so that is new information there. and you're looking at video, this is the sound of firecracker that sent people running. people there still in fear that more attacks may happen. while these memorials were going on french police raided more than 150 locations overnight. the french also conducted air strikes in syria destroying a jihadi training camp and munitions dump in raqqa where
they say the attacks were planned. as we mentioned a lot of new information this morning. chief among them more details about the attackers, suspected mastermind, from belgian and there is this, one suicide bomber in the music hall friday night was a 28-year-old frenchman charged in a terrorism investigation in 2012, then an attacker who blew himself up outside the soccer stadium fwound a syrian passport and finger precipitates match those of someone who passed through greece in october. that is a lot to digest, especially those from our area. living in paris right now. we spoke with a bucks county native about what it's like in the days after the attacks. >> it's lovely that people know i'm here and they are thinking about me but it's also kind of a constant reminder that yeah, every day is a question mark. things will get back to normal but i think the norm sl going to be different. i think this is normal now that these things can happen.
and yes, suting in a cafe, nothing -- that's like the most parisian thing to do is sit in a cafe and now we have to worry sitting in cafes and getting shot at. you know, it's a new reality, i think. >> memorials have grown in honor of the 129 people killed friday night and across france and throughout europe people were to pause for a minute silence in memory of those victims, victims of the worst attack on french soil since world war ii. as i mentioned we have a lot of new information out of france this morning i'll keep following the latest here live in the digital operations center. matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." >> the french international school of philadelphia held a stand with paris vigil last night. one third of the students at the school in montgomery county come from french families. and the school obviously wanted to support those who cannot be in france with their loved ones. >> in the one way you would like to be there rather than here.
but because we are a school and we have such an i want national community and french community here is a little bit of france. >> some parents also told us that they want to make sure that it's not business as usual as soon as their kids return to class. they want their children to have enough time to honor the victims. ♪ >> yesterday the philadelphia orchestra began their concert with the performance of the french national anthem, they also performed the french song as a show of spofrmt you can count on nbc 10 for continuing coverage as we continue to get new information this morning. we'll hear from three local college students who had to act fast during the attacks to get to safety. thrown away like trash. that's how one neighbor described a pair of newborn babies found dead in a lot in philadelphia over the weekend.
two children found the babies in a pile of trash in the kensington section. investigators say the babies were cut open and they say it appears someone performed an autopsy on them. investigators haven't determined who are the parents of the babies, how they got there. they are looking for a black pickup truck spotted dumping trash near the scene. >> lawmakers will consider legalizing recreational marijuana at a hearing this morning. a committee will hear testimony from health professionals, law enforcement officials, and clergy members. governor christie has said that he would block any attempt to legalize it. medical marijuana is legal in new jersey and the state rules are some of the strictest in the country. an unsettling story out of massachusetts especially after what happened in paris. law enforcement is on alert, the fbi is involved after someone took weapons from an armory. next, the break-in at a reserve center, what the governor is
saying about the situation amend how agents are trying to recover those weapons. plus, it is a twister. look at this video. we'll explain how this tornado is playing into a stretch of unusual weather in california. >> 5:36, 47 degrees. chilly this morning. a live view of boathouse row waiting for sunshine. your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast ahead.
22 minutes benefit 6:00. leaving the house you'll need a jacket. it's chilly outside and the temperatures are going to be cool to start with. but we'll see sunshine as skies are clear. 48 degrees in philadelphia. a little bit of a breeze giving us a wind chill of 43 degrees in the city. no sign of clouds in our area. they are way to the south. they will steer clear of us today. later in the week we'll see wet weather. today, your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast calling
for low 60s for camelback. look at pennsburg, 64. fleetwood up to 64. nothing but sunshine for new hope, abington, at the shore clear skies, we'll clear the way for temperatures in the 60s. 65 in avalon. millville and symrna 66 degrees, you need your sunglasses wilmington, malvern, all in the 60s today. it is later in the week that we'll get the rainfall. the seven-day forecast for the timing when i'm back in 10 minutes. >> bill, sounds good. about 20 minutes to 6. let's hope the morning drive is as nice as the weather. >> on the schuylkill expressway, jessica boyington is watching. >> we're watching the schuylkill around the roosevelt boulevard doing okay so far. eastbound in here or westbound all lanes looking great. a 12 minute drive time eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway. center city about 12 minutes, no jump there yet. also watching the 20-minute
delays for septa because of signal problems on the airport, wilmington newark and media elwyn lines. watch out for ongoing construction in center city. 19th street, south, that's closed between vine street and the ben franklin parkway and i'll have another update on the new jersey accident scene when i come back in the next ten minutes. >> confusing how someone can have that much hate in them that they want to walk into a place like that and end so many innocent people's lives. >> recounting the horror. we'll hear from three local college students, how they made it to safety. the world is watching, we'll tell you what leaders are promising in the wake of the attack.
we continue to follow the terror in paris we have new information coming in throughout the morning but this information just in. iraq says that it warned france and the u.s. led coalition about an impending major attack by isis one day before the deadly events. turkey says it warned france about one of the terrorists last year but got no response. a french official identified the
suspected mastermind as a belgian man. the attacks friday night killed 129 people including an american and hurt hundreds more. for three college students from this area studying in paris some quick thinking at the soccer stadium kept them out of danger. >> the millersville university juniors attended friday's soccer match. they captured cell phone video inside the stadium after the first explosion, then about 15 minute s later they heard the second blast. the students made it out of the stadium before it was locked down. they passed police and packed crowds and they told jim rosenfield who is in paris, they made decisions about how to get back to their apartment in the center of paris. >> we decided not to take the metro in fear that they would try and bomb the metro. and we walked an hour and 15 back to the apartment. >> how glad were you to be home 70. >> really glad. we got in and we were very thankful to be locked up in our apartment. >> the millersville students say they intend to finish their
semester abroad in paris motivated by the resolve of the french people to carry on. >> you are looking at a special memorial mass in paris yesterday. the famous cathedral was closed to tourists but open to churchgoer wishing to attend services. ♪ >> in center city philadelphia yesterday, parishioners at the cathedral basilica prayed for those impacted by the attacks. >> we continue to track developments out of paris this morning. there is a lot happening, changing minute by minute matt delucia will have a report at 6:00 a.m. we know they carried out a number of raids, more than 150 of those. numerous arrests, weapons seized. matt will have that and more on
the suspected mastermind. a number of weapons missing from a massachusetts armory are now the focus of an fbi investigation. governor baker says the weapons are linked to a break-in on saturday night. he says the fbi and other state and local law enforcement agencies are aware. fbi officials saying they are confident there is no indication the weapons are linked to terrorism. >> some evidence response resources on scene as well as investigative capability nothing at this point that would tie this to any specific threat or anything else at this point. >> officials say the armory is in a busy area and is surround bid a barbed wire fence. they are not releasing what type of weapons were stolen. today, opening statements in the trial against phillip chism accused of killing his teacher two years ago. the 16-year-old was found competent to stand trial following evaluation.
he was 14 when investigators say he followed his high school math teacher into a bathroom and strangled, raped and murdered her. >> president obama and world leaders meeting overseas are putting up a united front following the terror attacks in paris. at the g 20 summit in turkey the urgency of the attacks led to these images of president obama huddling with russian president vladamir putin yesterday. president obama and other world leaders vowed to stand with the french as they hunt down the killers. >> the killing of innocent people based on a twisted ideology is an attack not just on france, not just on turkey, but it's an attack on the civilized world. >> the white house says it plans to intensify its air war against isis, and is urging coalition partners to do the same. >> the national weather service will be in northern california today to inspect damage from this twister. unusual for that part of
california. it touched down yesterday knocking out power for hundreds of people taking down trees and power lines, damaging homes too. the unusual weather comes as northern california experienced a storm system for the third consecutive weekend. >> with that system came more of this. more snow in northern california. some kids there got a snow day out enjoying the fresh powder. new fallen snow also made for slippery driving conditions. a few drivers had to pull over on the side of the highway and put chains on tires. neighbors have mixed opinions when it comes to snow this time of year. >> i'm slipping and sliding. i really needed chain, glad i had them. >> oddly enough, a little bit looking forward to this. my last unit was in the desert of twenty nine palms. we didn't have this. >> this is the third weekend where a snowstorm hit northern california. thousands of kids will get a warm winter coat.
peco volunteers joined with krad tool crayon and will be giving out 10,000 winter coats, kids clothes and school supplies. cradles to crayons big give event helps low income and homeless children across our region. might need one of those this morning. there is a chill in the air. 11 minutes before 6:00. the temperatures have fallen into the 30s in a few spots. most of the area including the city is in the 40s but a little bit of a breeze is blowing to make it feel chillier. mount pocono 46, northeast philadelphia, 44 right now. you'll see sunshine in the mountains, this is from blue mountain, completely in the clear. bright sunshine. at the bus stop the suburbs in the middle 40s, you'll see lots of sunshine but a chilly breeze is blowing. making it feel cooler. 48 degrees in the city.
the sunshine stays with us, the dry weather for the next few days. later things start to change. it's from the snowstorm through california, you see the snow falling in nevada, utah and colorado, that's part of a system that's going to bring us rain later in the week. not today. sunny skies, you need your sunglasses and the jacket that you need this morning, ditch this afternoon as it will be mild, 64 to 67 degrees. come tomorrow, chillier in the morning. 42, that's in the city so the suburbs dropping into the 30s. with sunny skies, 56 degrees. that's typical for this time of year. another warm-up wednesday, and rain and wind head our way for thursday. it clears out for friday and the weekend but will turn cooler. back to normal with temperatures in the 50s. >> 10 minutes before 6:00 now. to get you updated on the accident on 295. >> we had a tractor-trailer causing problems.
we'll see if there is good news. jessica boyington, she has the blue thumbs u. got to be good. >> it's good news. we're dealing with that, it's been out there for some time. several hours actually. where we had an overturned tractor-trailer on the 42 freeway northbound to 295 so no access to 295 northbound but all lanes were detoured to certain 6 in new jersey but right now we're all clear. good to go. accident scene out of the way. so any residual delays there have been lifted. watch out for crew in the area. if you're heading out the door to the lehigh valley on 78 no problems around lehigh street. looking great. we're okay on 95 and the schuylkill into center city and the blue route southbound from the schuylkill to 95 about a 15-minute trip. today local lawmakers will release the results of a study about plans to extend the broad street line south to the philadelphia navy yard. the survey is a partnership between pen dot and other
agencies to determine the effect of this on ridership and growth in the navy yard. the yard is home to more than 11,000 employees and 143 companies, a lot of people have asked for the subway extension. the broad street line starts at the fern rock center in north philadelphia, south along broad street and ends at the at&t station near the sports complex on south philadelphia. officials if they extend that will add a mile and a half and add one or two stations to the navy yard there. >> don't you love technology. years ago those people would have had no idea what was happening in pair patriots game. why those fans were flying high. we're also talking turkey. why you may have to shell out more bucks for your gobbler this year.
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that's a planeful of patriots fans. this field goal game-winning kick, gave the patriots the win over the giants yesterday. the fans were headed back to boston and someone of course took video of that and tweeted it to the world. it's actually a 55-yarder. the chase for nascar's sprint cup down to a four-man race. they will race for the championship on sunday at miami homestead speedway all four drivers finished among the top 14 in phoenix last night during a rain shortened race. harvick looks to defend his 2014 title. jeff gordon hopes to win his fifth championship in what could be his last race. happening today as we draw closer to the start of winter, philadelphia's fire commissioner is getting out the word about the new carbon monoxide law in the city. every home should have a carbon
monoxide detector but owners of buildings that have more than two housing units are required to install and maintain carbon monoxide devices in each unit. carbon monoxide is often called the invisible killer because it's a poisonous gas that is invisible odorless and tasteless. and when home heating equipment isn't installed or working properly the risk of higher levels of co goes up. >> we'll wake up, it's cold out, everyone is going to turn the heater on. and didn't get it checked first. what we recommend is while the weather is nice get your heater checked now so when you turn it on you know that it's working properly. >> it happens every winter deaths because of carbon monoxide. the fire commissioner will show off new alarms a it a home in philadelphia this afternoon and then will join us on "nbc 10 news" at 11 clock a.m., talk to vai sikahema about carbon monoxide safety. if you have questions for us go to our nbc 10 facebook page and
let us know what you want to ask the commissioner. tell vai what to ask him. some panic eaters -- let me get a do over. panic from turkey eater, that's what i meant, over the possibility that there may be a shortage of turkeys. but producers say there is no need to worry as long as you are willing to pay more for the bird. some are blaming the outbreak of avian flu in april and may. 7 million turkeys were lost. industry officials say the flu wasn't as widespread as they thought it would be. it impacted a small percentage of the turkey population, they say that most of the frozen turkeys that you buy for thanksgiving were actually already frozen and stored in march before the flu broke out. had no idea. >> while it was significant for the individual producers it affected only 3% of the population of turkeys nation wide. when the turkey comes from the farm it's taken to be packaged,
readied, sealed up and it is instantly flash froze be down to zero degrees. >> however, the u.s. agriculture department is still predicting because of that outbreak turkey prices may jump as much as 20% this thanksgiving. a smaller bird at the cato house i predict. today the oxford digsnary will make a pick for the international word of the year. the word doesn't necessarily have to be a new one but it must have been made popular the past year. last year's winner was vape, and an electronic cigarette, a noun or a verb. other past winners include selfie and app. so predictions on what will be the word of the year? >> i'm terrible at this stuff. i don't have a good feel. i got college kids and hey, that's the bomb. they don't say the bomb. >> and no lol. >> i have no idea what it could be. we all wait. can't wait. >> you're watching "nbc 10 news." "nbc 10 news today" at 6:00 a.m.
starts right now. we're following two breaking stories for you, first live at the scene after police involved shooting in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. >> we continue to follow breaking news from overseas, the terror in paris leads to vor ss 150 raids. >> first, happening now, as france enters its third and final day of mourning a live picture, a moment of silence to pay tribute to the victims of the attack. the european union asked its members to participate in the silent observation. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. before all of the breaking stories from abroad and of course here locally let's get your update on the first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. bill, great start to the week. >> it is a chilly start but we're going to see a beautiful day, look how nice and clear it is over lincoln financial field.