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they put up with my twang that comes out and may more in tampa. and you know, i love you guys up here so much. you guys all know that. i want the viewers to know that tracy and vai are as wreel as it gets. you guys will continue to watch them. that's all i'm going to do with this. i don't want a sad good-bye. we have a lot of breaking news but thank you. >> come back in at 7:00 and join us. >> i love philadelphia. and go everyone. >> you're watching "nbc 10 news." "nbc 10 news today" starts right now. >> the breaking news gun men storm a high end hotel and take hostages in west africa. our first images from mali as the situation up folds, at least three are dead. we've learned the gun men have freed at least 20 of the 170 hostages being held. >> also, terror in paris. a third body was found overnight
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in the apartment raided by police. searching for suspects in last week's attacks. >> an accident leave as construction worker dead in philadelphia and investigators are trying to figure out why a minivan blew past orange cones and caution tape. it's 6:00. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." >> amazed how warm it is out there. let's check win meteorologist bill henley. hey, bill. >> warm for this time of year. you need a jacket during the day. a pretty good breeze. sky force 10 is up and flying and spotting a few thin clouds. this is a live view from high atop over philadelphia. the clouds are on the move, moving out. the wind is blowing. we're seeing wind gusts of more than 20 miles an hour in the philadelphia area right now, 21-mile-an-hour gusts in philadelphia. and that steady breeze is going to carry us into the afternoon. what it's doing is bringing in cooler air so the temperatures are coming down. 53 degrees right now in philadelphia. so 40s for west chester 49 and
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50 degrees at the brandywine airport. also in the upper 40s downingtown and phoenixville at 49 degrees. so it will be a chilly breeze during the day. but you'll also need your sunglasses. nothing but sunshine as we climb back in the middle 50s by 11:00 this morning. we'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood when i'm back, right now jessica boyington is watching your friday morning first alert traffic. >> we're on the schuylkill expressway right now. around 202, no problems here. you can see drive times in the green, no problems center city, in here eastbound, so that's where you're headed to center city. you'll see most of the volume for now. westbound doing better as you can see in our cameras here at this point. now for heading out the door actually on 202, we're in the green as well. you can see 9 minutes northbound, 10 southbound from the schuylkill to 30 and average speeds there of about 63 miles per hour. we are still good to go there. an accident is out in new jersey in mansfield township, 2 mine 5
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northbound around columbus road at exit 52 blocking out the left lane, traffic squeezing by to the right. we're in the green in the surrounding area. >> 6:03. this breaking news from paris a week after the deadly terror attacks there, the paris prosecutor's office says a third body has been found in an apartment raided by police on wednesday. the office said it is a woman's body, right now they are not identifying her. prosecutors earlier identified one of the others killed in wednesday's raid in saint-denis as the suspected ring leader of the attacks. now, demonstrations planned for today at france's oldest mosque was canceled for security concerns. you remember it was a week ago gun men and suicide bombers attacked cafes, restaurants and the soccer stadium last friday. 129 people were killed, more than 300 hurt. friday's attacks were the deadliest violence in paris since world war ii. live in our breaking news
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center. an update on the hostage situation at a hotel in mali. the hostages being held by gun men. 170 people were taken hostage early this morning in that siege, it's happening at the radisson blu hotel in bamako. we know that three people as we reported earlier the u.n. confirmed three people were killed. the army reports that ten gun men stormed shouting god is great in arabic and shooting at guards. a staff member stead attackers were using grenades. u.n. officials confirm three people killed. we got these pictures from bamako. police blocking off roads leading into the neighborhood. the attackers had 170 hostages initially. the news now is that 20 people, hostages, have been freed. turkey's state-run news agency says six turkish airline
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hostage. also some chinese citizens reportedly, a lot among the hostages there. authorities have not said if any of the hostages are american. we're waiting on word on that. the u.s. embassy has told u.s. citizens in mali to shelter in place. we'll bring you updates. in our breaking news center, chris cato, "nbc 10 news." >> today investigators will try to figure out why a minivan blew past cones and caution tape in a construction zone and landed on a man working in a hole and killing him. the crew had dug up the road to fix pipes at 63rd and art streets in west philadelphia. the man was working in the three-foot hole -- three-foot deep hole when a minivan drove through and landed on top of the man. he died at the scene. >> he was down in the hole, he did some work and waiting for one of his partners to do something. just like that, the car ended up
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as you see where it's at. >> the driver is cooperating. police say she spoke with detectives at the scene, workers at the site told us they did everything they could to alert drivers about the hole in the road. >> 6:06. a lehigh county judge ruled that a teen facing murder charges for the death of her mother will be tried as an adult. 14-year-old jamie is accused of conspiring with her boyfriend to kill her mother cheryl. in march jamie's boyfriend, caleb barnes, allegedly stabbed her mother to death as all three sat in a car in the driveway of the family home. barnes is awaiting a hearing. the 21-year-old could face the death penalty if convicted. >> happening today, parx casino will open the first phase of its expansion. reports that it's adding 200 slot machines and live table games. future phases will continue in the next year pending approval
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by the pennsylvania gaming control board. >> today is national adoption day. >> this is a big day. a day to focus on more than 100,000 children in foster care waiting for a permanent home. it's a day of celebration for the genthers. they go from foster parents to drew says it was a wednesday's child segment he saw here that gave him the idea he and his wife could be good foster parents. and that's how they met sophia. >> i was home cooking for my family and this little girl was on wednesday's child. we have three boys, so we never had that little girl. i asked her to take a look at it and things kind of snowballed from there. >> she's got so much personality and attitude packed in her 3-year-old body, she's so loving and so -- she's fun and she's
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just great. she makes my day better. >> you can't imagine how i couple's story. they have three grown boys of little sister. and open last year's national adoption day more than 4,000 children found their forever homes. >> this morning 20 adoptions are going to be finalized during a celebration of the day at the friend center in philadelphia. then in mount holly more than 25 children will officially be adopted. this is the ninth year it's celebrated there. >> i'm going to be there. eight minutes after 6:00. a chilly breeze is blowing this morning. it is going to be helping us to dry out this morning and the breeze will stay with us through the day today. keeping skies nice and clear, we'll be in for sunshine. weekend cold arrives first thing saturday morning. and it may feel even colder on
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sunday especially if you're out and about. right now allentown 48 degrees, 53 in northeast philadelphia, and atlantic city is 51. the wind is blowing, the wind mills on top of the linc. you see scattered clouds in the distance the rain clouds are clear of our area. you will not need an umbrella. sunglasses and a jacket as this is cooler air that is blowing into the area. it's a 14-mile-an-hour breeze in philadelphia gusting to more than 20 miles an hour. there go the rain clouds. we'll be dry the rest of the day. you can see clouds from the west. those will be sweeping through first thing sunday morning. today it's sunshine. low 50s for reading, quakertown and allentown. and a breezy day, in the low 50s in doylestown, 54 in trenton and mount holly. sunshine at the shore, gusts a little stronger there for cape may and atlantic city. 54 in vineland. wilmington the low 50s. nothing but sunshine for
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philadelphia for today. tomorrow, we'll warm up to 55 after a cold morning in the 30s. and then an early shower on sunday is a possibility. i think most of the area stays dry. but everybody's going to feel the cold wind and it is going to be on duty for the marathon, the forecast is calling for a cold start. sunday morning at 39 degrees, 6:00 in the morning. 7:00, 40 degrees. and by 11:00, not a lot warmer though we'll see sunshine at 11:00, the wind will be blowing to make it feel even colder. >> moderate weather for november. it's friday. we've got the big marathon coming up on sunday. got it all. >> we have it all. we have to work though. one more day. >> one more day. jessica boyington is watching the pennsylvania turnpike. >> so far we have an easy drive out there fridays are typically the lightest in terms of traffic. but we're watching for an accident in white march on the
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p.a. turnpike at joshua road. watch for that. our drive times are relatively unaffected even with lane restrictions westbound, eastbound from route 1 to valley forge, 22 minutes no matter which way you go. 95 starting to see the slowdowns, 17 minutes now so we're in the yellow a little bit. this is about 5 minutes southbound from woodhaven to the vine street expressway. you can see that in our cameras, around girard avenue these are headed southbound into center city. so for right now that's what you're facing but no delays for mass transit so that could be a good alternate to avoid some of those roadways. i'll come back and check your drive. tracy. >> making their voices heard. why parents and students are pushing back against school reform commission. and this. >> i'm matt delucia live in center city talking about it, marathon weekend is upon us. thousands of people will be out on the ben franklin parkway
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including a father and son determined to finish this race their own way.
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tens of thousands of runners and spectators will be in center city for the the philadelphia marathon and half marathon sunday. matt delucia is live at the art museum with a story of a father and son team determined to finish the race together. tell us more. >> reporter: a lot of inspirational stories out of this race especially from those determined to beat the odds. meet dave and josh. they are from voorhees, new jersey. they will be doing the full marathon sunday. all 26.2 miles, the first time doing it together. josh can't run due to his disability so his dad pushes him
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in a special racing chariot. >> he lived a rough life and had it hard in the beginning but he smiles like this. he's always happy. so you know, anything that is wrong where me or goes wrong how can i complain when he deals with what he deals with. and it inspires me. >> we have more details how you can do the same thing and give disabled men and women a chance to experience something like this. that's on now back out live, for a lit moral p the marathon weekend and how it could affect you, the city is expecting 30,000 runners and 60,000 spectators this weekend. the race weekend officially starts with the opening of the health and fit ins expo that's at the convention center today at noon. some of the road closures start this morning. beginning about 9:30. jessica boyington will have more on that in first alert traffic. matt delucia, "nbc 10 news."
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security has been stepped up, setting up secure zones around the start and end points, runners and visitors will be thoroughly screened. there is also road closures if you go in and around center city philadelphia, actually starting today that you need to know about. >> road closures, then jessica boyington is the person to go to. >> yes, so tons of things going on because of this marathon. it's spanning over three days. it's going to affect a lot of people so. pay attention. friday, starting today the inner drive of the ben franklin parkway closed intermittently until about sunday around 6:00 p.m. tomorrow on saturday there will be different closures around 18th street and parts of mlk drive, parts of logan sir circle, and on sunday the ben franklin parkway in between 18th and 25th until about 4:00 p.m. you want to watch for no parking signs. they will have those around the area as you want to pay attention so your car isn't
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towed. some of these 2:00 in the morning, and they expand into the early morning hours and a lot of these closures are intermittent. so what that means they are rolling closures as runners or as events move through the area, those closures will be closed and they will open up after they clear the spot out of the way. so a lot going on friday, saturday, sunday. pay attention and pay attention to the signs if you are head through the center city area the entire weekend. 18 minutes after 6:00. a chill is in the air and a pretty good breeze, too. but that has blown the clouds out of here. we're going to see plenty of sunshine today. and the wind is bringing the temperature down now 53 degrees, when we went on the air at 4:00 it was warmer, it was 59 degrees, the winds gusting to 21 miles an hour in philadelphia. getting a view of it all, our jet powered bird in the air, sky force 10. high clouds in the distance.
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but we'll be in for plenty of sunshine and a warm-up. a little bit. the winds with us into the afternoon. starting to come down a little by 5:00. that's a 5-mile-an-hour wind in philadelphia and even lower by 11:00 this evening with less wind, clear skies, and dry air. we'll see the temperatures really come down overnight tonight. nothing coming down during the day. the radar shows that the rain showers have already moved offshore and cleared out. now we're watching a snowstorm that's headed our way and will be impacting our weekend. that snow falling in north dakota, nebraska and iowa, it will be on the move and later tonight in the midwest. chicago will see snow falling late this evening at 11:00. and it's spreading clouds to the east. as the storm moves to the east it's going to encounter warmer air. so most of that snow changes to rain by midnight sunday morning that rain line is moving through
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pittsburgh, it will be moving to the east but a good possibility it will be drying out sunday morning so get ready for the marathon. it looks like you'll see some clouds and you'll seal the chill. that will arrive but you may stay dry. today will be dry, sunny skies, a healthy breeze, breezy and 53 to 58 degrees this afternoon. tomorrow you feel the cold in the morning down to 37 back in the middle 50s in the afternoon. hen the clouds move through first thing on sunday. there is a slight chance of a shower but more likely dry. a cold wind blowing sunday, 49 the high. if you go to the eagles game in the afternoon it's going to feel like the low 40s. and then we drop below freezing monday and tuesday morning and looks like that will happen on wednesday morning. >> thanks, bill. sleeping in a box to get a message across. why some philadelphia executives spent the night outside. plus. ♪
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happening now philadelphia executives just wrapped up a night of sleeping on the streets, it was to help homeless youth. this was a short time ago outside of the cova nant house. each business lead eer had a sleeping bag and a cardboard box. it raises money to provide homeless youth with food and shelter. >> the nbc 10 digital team spent weeks investigating the problem of homeless youth, kids who attend school without a place to stay. don't miss this digital exclusive on and our
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mobile app. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. we're watching the blue route around baltimore pike. no problems northbound or southbound. drive times looking great but we have problems on the p.a. turnpike. for now let's get a check on today's forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> 6:25. that's a view from the sky force 10 in the air along with just a few scattered clouds, the rain is gone, you see it moving back and forth. there is a breeze, the gusty winds will keep temperatures in the 50s. the winds are gusting to more than 20 miles an hour in the city. >> we're following breaking news of a terror hostage situation in west africa. the latest from mali in a moment. >> american citizen just like everybody else. >> for the first time in 15 year this is man says he felt unwelcome in america. we'll tell you how the terror in paris led to a tense situation at the airport and almost
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prevented him from flying. and this. >> reporter: a plan to change philadelphia's sanctuary status outraged the immigration community. you'll hear from them after the break.
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we are following breaking news in west africa, at least three people are dead and gunmen holding more than 100 hostages. >> we're following breaking news out of paris, france is calling on its partners to do to do immediately to keep violent extremists out. >> and the immigration battle is heading to city hall. why they are fighting for things to stay the same. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's get you started with the forecast. bill? >> temperatures have been dropping. a pretty good breeze blowing,
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blowing the last few clouds through the area. maply we're in the clear. and about 20 minutes from sunrise this morning and you'll see a lot of sunshine. but you'll also experience a pretty good breeze. it's with us this morning at 14 miles an hour, gusting to more than 20 miles an hour. that wind is going to keep temperatures on the cooler side today. 53 in the city, there are 40s around, in fact, south philadelphia is 47 and roxborough at 50 degrees. but sunshine will be bright, you'll need a jacket, that wind will be with us into the afternoon and you can see not much of a temperature warm-up in spite of all of the sunshine. we'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood when i'm back. right now jessica boyington has your friday first alert traffic. >> starting to see delays that we're used to seeing at this time. especially on 95. we have sky force ten over top of 95 right now. so, you can see that delay, over in the bottom of the screen you can see flashing lights.
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we'll highlight what that is but look at the delay. southbound where you see the white headlights coming in that is the what we're doing, northbound doing better. heading to this scene, this is where i was pointing out the flashing lights. this is on the off ramp to girard avenue southbound we have 27 minute drive time, that's what you were looking at there from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. the cars have an average speed of 31 miles per hour. so we're at a crawl there. for the p.a. turnpike there is an accident westbound right before mid county. watch for that. a drive times are great, we're not dealing with a lot, actually i spoke too soon. this updated us. 36 minutes and 41 miles per hour westbound from route 1 to valley forge. all driving around the accident scene. we continue to follow the
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military officials now confirm that at least three people were killed after gun men took 170 hostages inside a hotel in the capital city of bamako. we don't know if those were the saying that it was three attackers who were killed but that has not been confirmed. here's what happened. we also learned that security forces have freed 20 of the hostages. so again, 170 hostages were taken, 20 are free and we're told that some others escaped on their own. this is in mali's capital city of bamako. an army commander reports that it started when 10 you gunmen stormed shouting god is great and shooting at guards. a staff member says the attackers were using grenades. another report says they rolled up and took over. these are near the scene of that
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radisson blu hotel. police are blocking off roads. turkey news agency says six turkish airline personnel are among the hostages, there are a number of chinese citizens there. we don't know if americans are held hostage. about 20 have been freed, some escaped. this is a look at the radisson blu website. at the top it's hard to see but at the top it has a message about the hostage situation and says that the company is in constant contact with local police and your honors relatives information. we do know that this hotel, this radisson blu hotel, is a popular spot for diplomats to meet for meetings. time. several hostages, more than this is ongoing. chris cato, "nbc 10 news." >> thank you. the terror in paris one week later.
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this morning france is calling on i want european union partners to take immediate decisive action to keep violent expreemists out. a recruitment spokesman says the number tripled since the deadly attacks. francois hollande froze plans to cut more than 9,000 troops by 2019. and this information just in. belgian has two in custody. seven others were let go. the prosecutor's office says a woman's body was found in saint-denis where raids happened wednesday. prosecutors say one of the ring leaders was killed in that raid. >> a philadelphia man says the terror attacks in paris led to prejudice against him. he initially wasn't aloud to board after he spoke his native language. palestinian immigrant owns the
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pizza point restaurant. trying to get on a flight from chicago to philly he and his friend speaking in their native arabic language. some complained. cell phone video shows gate agents discussing the situation. his flight was delayed. >> that person doesn't feel safe then they can go ahead and catch the bus. other people were super nice and told us likes i'm sorry about what happened. and they told me that's not right. >> he told us he is thankful to passengers who stuck up for him. after the delay he and his friend were allowed to board the flight. southwest says safety the their main priority and the delay lasted om 10 minutes. >> ignoring a veto athlete approving a bill. the supporters say the country needs tighter restrictions following last week's attack in
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paris. the concerned terrorist could slip in disguised as refugees. >> presidential candidates are commenting on the refugee debate. and other measures to safeguard the u.s. gop front-runner donald trump is advocating a u.s. data base to track muslims. >> there should be a lot of systems. we should have a lot of systems and today you can do it. right now we have to a border, a wall. >> trump said he would implement that muslim data base. yesterday republican ben carson talked about blocking refugees compared to a rabid dog. >> if there is a rabid dog running around your neighborhood you probably not going to assume something good about that dog. by the same token, we have to have in place screening
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mechanisms that allow us to determine who the mad dogs -- who are the people who want to come in and hurt us and want to destroy us. >> a much different take on the syrian refugee crisis from presidential candidate bernie sanders. >> we should accept refugees from that region, that's the moral thing to do, and accepting refugees is what america has always done and i think it's improper to turn our backs on those people now. >> he also said the u.s. should thoroughly screen refugees before they come into the country. >> 53 degrees outside. a group is scheduled to take their tift to city hall to demonstrate over possible changes to the sanctuary city program. live with more on what will happen today. >> reporter: tracy, those dozens of members of community organizations plan to come here
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to city hall with a message for mayor nutter, do not change the city's immigration hold policy. now we have been following recent protests by a coalition of community groups including imgrants who are united against the deportations. they demand no changes to the city's imgraegs and customs enforcement hold policy. nutter's plan calls for rolling back a order the much celebrated noygs at the time, barred city police and prison officials from cooperating with federal ice agents. it banned the city's compliance with federal requests to detain immigrants who would have been released pending a trial. immigrants we spoke with are outraged. >> people who angry about his hypocrisy and there's a lot of fear because for more than six years people were really afraid of being deported.
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being stopped for anything and thenning turned over to immigration. >> kenney says he would keep philadelphia a sanctuary city. he believes undocumented immigrants won't feel safe reporting crimes or cooperating with police if there is no sanctuary or relationship. he also believes undocumented immigrants who commit crimes can be addressed with community policing. the group plans to deliver messages to mayor nutter and other members of city council at 1:00 and we'll have that for you. monique braxton, "nbc 10 news." a few scattered clouds visible in this view from the marquis de lafayette hotel in cape may. those are the clouds pulling away from our area, actually being pushed away by a pretty good breeze. that wind is going to stay with
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us as we go into the afternoon today. keeping our temperatures cooler today. we'll stay in the 50s this afternoon. right now in philadelphia, sunshine is getting ready to come up. we're at 53 degrees. look at the winds gusting to 20 miles an hour right now. those wind gusts this morning, will start to taper off later this afternoon. but it's the direction that it's keeping that dry air flowing into the area, and pushing the clouds out of here. so we'll be dry and feel a lot of sunshine today. don't look for a big warm-up. we'll see the temperatures climb only in the 50s. and a chill in the air for the weekend. sunday morning the marathon forecast looking cold to start with. 39 degrees. 40 at 7:00 and not a lot warmer by 11:00 but we'll get some sunshine. full seven-day forecast when i'm back in 10 minutes. >> 20 minutes to 7. i could be wrong but i see 76
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doesn't look as busy. >> let's find out. jessica boyington is watching the roads. >> don't set us up like that because it's going to go downhill. we're watching an accident on the schuylkill expressway around blue route on the eastbound side. the drive times, 20 minutes now, that's here and now over to the shoulder. so it's not killing us. not too bad westbound. still, watching out for other things happening this one in plymouth, germantown pike. heading out in montgomery county. >> tickets go on sale for the 2016 fire fly music festival. >> some are going as far to say it's the best group in history. ♪ >> mumford and sons one of the big name bands headlining the
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>> 6:45. we continue to follow breaking
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news in mali. military officials confirm at least three dead after gunmen took hostages at a radisson hotel in bamako. officials did not say if those were hostages or attackers or perhaps the guards who tried to stop the attack. another update in ten minutes. >> parents are making voices heard, it started last night at the philadelphia school reform commission. the superintendent wants to convert some struggling schools into charters including cook and huey schools. parents claim they have been excluded from the process and want the district to add resources instead of just giving up. >> should not have to succumb to charter change just because the district wants to do it. >> the commission plans to vote on the conversions in january. look at this video. onlookers captured this daring
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rescue as a kayaker falls out, while racing down rapids in north carolina. you can see a volunteer leap into the water, vault over the kayak, grab onto the boater. another person pulls the pair. >> amazing. >> the next time you eat out and need to use a restroom you might notice a change. >> many doors are getting a different look. >> it is now the law of philadelphia. >> mayor nutter signed a bill requiring all one-person public restrooms to have gender neutral signs on the doors. it's a step long sought. the bill signing was followed by changing of the signs there. >> our goal is for philadelphia to be the most lgbt friendly city and a leader. this bill is a significant step
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toward meeting those goals. >> signs outside one person bathrooms must be changed by january 26. >> today convicted spy jonathan po lard will get out of prison 30 years after arrest for turning over classified information to israel. polard is scheduled to be released and be on parole for at least five years and cannot leave the united states. modified. and it won't have to be labeled as such. yesterday the food and drug administration approved the engineered fish saying it is safe to eat but critics call it franken fish and many won't carry it. the genetically modified variety grows twice as fast as regular salmon. >> happening today, a huge honor for a member of our nbc 10 morning team. my co-anchor tracy davidson will be inducted in the broadcast pioneers hall of fame.
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we worked together 20-plus years. we were kids when we started. >> people will do the math. >> she will receive the honor at the 50th annual banquet tonight we're so happy no one is more deserving than you are. >> thank you. you have been inducted as well so you're right there with me, pal. >> as has bill henley. i'm going to nap so we can party on. >> how about that. that means you, me and bill, we all have been doing this a while. right? >> doing it a while. congratulations, tracy. i'm still waiting for my special ring. vai, did you get yours? >> i got it. >> i'll check the mail room later. congratulations. wonderful honor and no one is more deserving. heading out the door, we have sunshine on the way. in fact, two minutes before sun rise and look at this. mostly clear skies, this is a view from sky force 10, a great few, a few scattered clouds. no rain clouds in the area.
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there is a kb breeze that brought our temperatures down into the low 50s after near 60 when we went on the air at 4:00. winds gusting to 21 miles an hour in philadelphia and the wind is really cleared things out in the pocono mountains. this is a few clouds in the distance, it's going to be brilliant sunshine from the mountains to the city and at the shore. and also going 40 am the mountains to the city to the shore the wind which will carry us right on into the afternoon hours. the future wind showing at noon about 12-mile-an-hour wind, stronger for cape may. 21 miles an hour. then slowly coming down later today. then becoming calm at 7:00 with less wind that's going to make for a colder night and you'll feel the cold tomorrow morning. radar shows we are in the clear, no sign of wet weather. but there is one area of cold that's producing snow. it's moving through south dakota and nebraska and iowa, that's on
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the move. we could see clouds from that and feel the cold on sunday morning. today sunshine. 53 in allentown. low 50s in quakertown and reading, bright sunny skies for trenton and doylestown and you'll feel the winds in atlantic city, cape may and rehobeth. philadelphia, 54 degrees with just a few high clouds, 51 and west chester and low 50s also in wilmington. going to the football game, you have to bundle up. the wind will be cold. 47 degrees at kickoff. feel like around 40 degrees sunday afternoon. seven-day forecast shows a cold start tomorrow morning with less wind. 55 degrees, the high temperature, a warm-up on saturday. then the clouds from the snow moving through the central u.s., sunday morning could see a brief shower. but i think most of the area stays dry. we'll feel the cold wind on sunday, then the real cold moves in monday morning. you'll have to bundle up to start the work week. 30 degrees below freezing in the
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city and that happens again tuesday and wednesday morning turning a bit warmer on thursday. >> burks we're cold looking at that. eight minutes before 7:00. you won't have to turn on the heat in the car on the way to work. >> by the way, like the james brown traffic report, i saw chilly. >> i didn't know where you were going with that. >> i'm everywhere. i care so much about everybody getting home or getting to work. right now we're getting you to work. one more day though. on the p.a. turnpike, good news, an accident westbound before mid county has cleared, but the bad news is the delays remain. you can see a string of red, westbound from route 1 to valley forge east doing a bit better with no accidents on that side. we're in the clear. in the schuylkill expressway around the blue route eastbound, showing the most delay at 23 minutes east from the blue route to the vine street expressway. my camera was in check you would be able to see there it is on
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cue an accident ush ped into the right hand shoulderment one more check when i come back in five minutes. >> we're following deadly news in a deadly attack at a hotel in west africa. an army commander in mali reports that ten gunmen stormed the hotel shouting god is great and shot at guards. we'll be back with another update on that. and get ready for center city slowdown this weekend. the philadelphia marathon is coming and roads are shutting down. which areas to avoid.
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dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to buy a house. i know how it feels to be stressed about money. i understand what a scary word "retirement" is, and i can help. because i'm not just a fellow dad, fellow mom, fellow saver, i'm a fellow citizen. who gets up every day and tries her best. just like you. sincerely, elizabeth trackler samantha parke robert kennedy deanna morrison jared duemling >> chris cato live with an update on the situation in mali. we know that gunmen have been
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the hostage takers taken over by special forces. that's what we're learning now that special forces entered the hotel where the hostages are held and now combatting the gunmen who took over the hotel early this morning. 170 people were hostage, now we know that 20 of them escaped and we also know that 20 were freed. three people have been killed. we have not confirmed if those among the dead are the attackers or some of the hostages. we learned that the gunmen arrived in a vehicle bearing diplomatic plates. it's still unclear how they got those or if these are affiliated with a group but that's the news out of the u. in, this started at the radisson blu hotel in mali. the gunmen stormed the hotel with assault rifles, grenades. 20 hostages have been freed, others escaped. there are a lot of hostages in the hotel. here are pictures from the scene around the city of bamako.
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police blocking off roads. the mali army has the hotel surrounded. special forces have penetrated the hotel. we'll continue to watch the situation there and let you know of significant developments. chris cato, "nbc 10 news." >> good morning. i'm matt delucia in center city gearing up for marathon weekend in philadelphia. still getting ready and tens of thousands of people will be out here. some 30,000 runners are expected, and 60,000 spectators. the weekend kicks off with the health and fitness expo at noon today at the convention center. the races start tomorrow. the marathon and half marathon on sunday. you want to watch for street closures in the area. those start this morning, the 22nd year for the philadelphia marathon. good luck to all the runners. in center city, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." jessica boyington with your
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traffic. we have sky force 10 over top of the scene that is going to be filled with all of those runners and spectators around the art museum. we have a lot of closures as well because of this today, saturday and sunday. closures on the inner drive of the ben franklin parkway until sunday, saturday, 18th and ben franklin parkway, mlk drive, logan circle closed in certain areas and on sunday the ben franklin parkway closed in between 18th and 25th until 4:00 p.m. watch for no parking signs. the sun is coming up, spot it just off screen to the right. this is from sky force 10 in a pretty kb breeze. the wind is out of the northwest at 14 miles an hour. we're at 52 degrees which is chillier than earlier this morning. the cool start will stay in the 50s this afternoon. but we'll see plenty of sunshine today. >> terrific.
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>> thank you. have a great weekend out there. the "today" show is up next. >> you can get updates. good morning. breaking right now, hostage situation. gunmen storm a popular western hotel in the african country of mali capturing at least 150 people inside the radisson. several people killed amid gunfire and explosions. a crisis still unfolding at this hour. new lead. overnight a third body found in the french apartment where the suspected mastermind of the paris attacks was killed, and chilling video now showing the moment a female jawedist blew herself up. just ahead, isis issuing new threats against the white house, and the fbi reveals it's tracking dozens of people who could be inspired to carry out attacks right here in the u.s. and


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