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like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breo could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for 12 months free at mybreo.com. an attempted traffic stop and a police choice and now a search for suspects. a busy night for officers in south philadelphia. we'll have more coming up. terror in america. in a rare address from the oval office, the president will talk tonight about what the government is doing to protect us from attackers both abroad and here at home. a preview is ahead.
a sunny sunday for us, and it's just beginning to brighten up. that will help us warm up throughout the day. details are next in the first alert forecast. welcome back to nbc10 news today. i am rosemary connors. it's just after 7:00 on this sunday. kind of tough to imagine how cold it is now. >> temperatures in the 20s and 30s, and you will need to start the heat in the car early and wear layers, and then a pretty afternoon with temperatures in the mid-50s and lots of sunshine. here's a live look outside. foggy, too, as well, and we are dealing with reduced visibilities especially north and west of the city. down to 2 1/2 miles visibility in allentown. and probably a good idea to call ahead if you are flying out of allentown or trenton airports to see if you are delays with your airlines.
cold temperatures this morning to the 20s, north and west. low 20s in some spots, 23 in allentown. just 24 degrees in pottstown. one degree above freezing in philadelphia, and 20s to the south and east as well. 25 degrees this morning in millville and a cold 28 degrees in wildwood. definitely need the layers, and going to lose the layers later this afternoon. 50 degrees, lots of sunshine and by 3:00, 55. enjoy that. a nice start to your week on monday, and then tracking cooler air for some of your 7-day. we'll talk about that coming up. new from overnight, pennsylvania state police looking for three people involved in a chase with officers that started on i-95. this happened just before 2:30 this morning when police say they tried to stop a driver on i-95 south because the car's tags were expired and that's when the car took off, and police chased the car before the three people inside the car ran
away. in germantown, police searching for a gunman that shot a man three times overnight. nbc10 was on knox street where the shooting happened around 2:45 this morning. the 34-year-old victim is at the hospital now in stable condition. now to the terror in california. tonight, president obama will speak to the nation on the deadly shootings in san bernardino and explain how he plans to keep us safe from homegrown terrorism. nbc10 will carry the president's address from the oval office live at 8:00. this comes one day after the fbi raided the home next door to the apartment where syed farook lived with his family. both are held by isis as mart s martyrs. we do know that this friend bought the two assault rifles that were used in the mass shooting. the fbi wants to question him
but he's been unavailable since reportedly checking himself into a mental hospital after the attack. authorities say they want to know when and why the weapons were transferred to farook and his wife. >> an urban tactical weapon that these individuals used in a capacity for terroristsic acts. >> isis calls farook and his wife supporters and martyrs but stopped short at claiming responsibility for the attack that killed 14 people and injured 21 others. this morning we are hearing more from the local muslim community as they react to the attack. monique braxton joins us live from the digital operation center. >> we were with local muslims in bucks county when they gathered to pray. the deadly massacre in california was, no doubt, heavy on their hearts. in yeardley bucks county,
members of one foundation condemned the attacks. those we spoke with say they cry for the victims and survivors and their friends and they worry the now revealed isis declaration will add fuel to the fear of muslims in the united states. norah phillips says the best way to counter is not to hide but for muslims to be out in their community. >> breaking bread and talking to people is one of the best ways and really only way to get rid of that fear. >> this faith group also wants people to realize terrorists do not represent their religion. live in the digital operation center, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> a reminder that the presidential address from the oval office is at 8:00 tonight, and he will be talking about the steps the government is taking
to combat terrorism. go to our website, nbc10.com or download the nbc10 app. it has been a working weekend for state lawmakers in pennsylvania. they are still trying to break a 5-month long stalemate. the senate is scheduled to return to the session tonight. according to the senate majority leader preliminary votes on pension-related legislation will be coming soon. tom wolf said he and republican leaders reached a deal on how to district an extra $350 million to schools once the budget is enacted. super storm sandy victims are getting another chance to apply for low interest loans. the small business administration says homeowners can get loans up to $200,000 to repair or rebuild their homes. loans up to $40,000 are to
replace damaged or lost items. camden county police have saved 165 lives since they have become armed with narcan. that's the drug that reverses the heroin overdose. local leaders tell us they need more than that to stop the drug epidemic they are facing. a little later this morning, on nbc10 "at issue," we discuss a new approach keeping addicts drug free after they survive an overdose. it's a program one woman fought for. >> the police came to my door to tell me he was dead from an overdose. nobody called 911 to report the overdose so he was left to die. >> we will have more on that, plus time is running out if you plan to enroll in medicare. we will help you avoid common
me mistakes. join me right after "meet the press." i mean, this one hurts. >> the heartbreaking loss for the temple owls, but they will still get a bowl game. the one they are expected to play in and when we will know for sure. that's coming up. on "eagles game day kickoff," it's do or die time for the eagles' season, and they are taking on the patriots and tom brady. we'll take the temperature of the reeling birds as we sit down with a pair of team leaders, malcolm jenkins. >> i don't check twitter or anything until two days after a game. >> and brent celek. >> when guys are frustrated, the reason why they are frustrated, because they know we can be good. >> and phillies mayor elect is this week's philly fan.
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we start out saturday with cold, cold temperatures. we are seeing a repeat performance this morning, 20s and 30s across the area, and we are looking at sunshine like yesterday but also dealing with fog across the area, reduced visibilities to the north and west. this is a live look from our cape may camera. we will see lots of sunshine once again today. a cold start and then a mild finish, temperatures in the
mid-50s. la we are starting out colder than this time yesterday. seven degrees colder in mt. pocono. it was a cold start yesterday. yeah a. cold start once again today. we're looking at the low 20s to the north and west and just above freezing in philadelphia, 33. 31 in northeast philadelphia. right at the freezing mark in kenneth square. a chilly 28 degrees in washington township. 24 in pottstown. 22 degrees in coatesville, and makes me shiver thinking about it. mainly in the 20s as well, and 25 in millville and 39 in beach haven. we will end up about 55 degrees. another nice start on monday and then cooler temperatures midweek. we will talk more about that coming up. today temple fans will find out where their football team is headed for a bowl game. we are hear in florida, and houston ended their dreams by beating the owls in the first
ever acc championship game. here at home owls' fans hung on every play and cheered all the way. the temple faithful watched the game on the big screen. >> disappointing, but i'm so proud of them. >> this game, we didn't play our best. >> this season has been magical. i would never imagine coming here in four years ago as a freshman we would be playing in the championship game and ranked and breaking records. >> they wrapped up the regular season with 10 wins and three losses. next, some are calling it a campus controversy. the president of a christian college facing backlash for what he is telling his students and staff in the wake of california's terror attack. imagine getting your frappuccino dropped off at your front door. starbucks testing a delivery service and customers already complaining about it.
in the wake of the deadly shootings in california, the president of liberty university is making what some consider to be controversial statements related to the attack. jerry farwell jr. encouraged some to get a concealed weapon permit to carry on campus. now to news in london where police are treating a stabbing at a terrorists incident. the motive is not confirmed but a witness says the suspect
repeated, this is for syria as police arrested him last night. the video was of people running from the scene. tomorrow marks the 74th anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor. japan's surprised aerial assault on the naval base in hawaii is where 2,400 americans died in the attack precipitation next day the u.s. declared war on japan. some of the remaining survivors from pearl harbor will attend ceremonies in our region tomorrow. one will be aboard the battleship in camden. another pearl harbor commemorations will be held tomorrow at the valley forge chapel of the four fathers. in new jersey, the black
bear hunting season begins tomorrow and the department of environmental department will create new zones for hunters where bear incidents are on the rise and it will establish an october hunting season starting next year, and the hunting zone make up 100,000 square miles. we started the weekend out on a nice note and another nice day today. mild temperatures later this afternoon and back in the 50s, and warmer than yesterday, ending up around 54 or 55 today. we are starting out in the 20s and 30s and also starting out with fog in some spots that is slowing us down on the roadways, especially north and west. be careful and use your low beams and go slower. we are looking at fog in some spots reducing visibilities to a quarter of a mile. and that beautiful and lots of
sunshine day, and winds are calm and three degrees colder compared to this time yesterday. a similar start to saturday and similar finish as well, and lots of sunshine throughout our sunday. south and east, 20s and 30s as well. 28 degrees in atlantic city, and -- 30 degrees in at hrapb stick city, and so otherwise we are looking at reduced visibilities. a quarter mile in allentown and reading, so if you are flying out of allentown, you might juan utah to ca -- want to call ahead. a little hazy and foggy, but looking at mostly clear skies once it burns off and will see sunshine throughout the day. a nice one with high pressure in control. things change a little bit on monday, but we're looking at mostly clear skies tonight. that's going to drop the temperatures once again into the 20s and 30s, so another cold start on your monday morning. then we will bring a little more
cloud cover on monday and a mixture of sun and clouds and another mild day and temperatures in the mid-50s before we cool it down on tuesday. today that morning fog will dissipate, otherwise sunny and 53 to 55. we're looking at a cold night tonight, mostly clear skies and 35 in philadelphia, and 28 north and west, and then 55 once again on monday, a mixture of sun and clouds. tuesday we cool it down to normal. temperatures, 49 and mostly sunny. wednesday, partly sunny and 52. thursday, we are watching a disturbance and looks like it could bring a shower or two. another mild day on friday, 59 and then low 60s for next weekend. today philadelphia's society hill neighborhood will be turned into a winter wonderland. folks can shop at a holiday
market at the historic square market shambles. the evening wraps up with a christmas tree lighting at 6:15. today the oxford valley mall welcoming children with special needs for a special event with santa. no lines or clouds or loud music, just the opportunity for the kids to make a lasting holiday memory. the special santa visit runs from 8:00 this morning, so just a few minutes from now, until 10:00 this morning. doyle town businesses are working to bring cheer in bucks county. the learning experience and monkey's uncle teamed up with operation birthday bus to stuff a bus and the goal is to bring
joy to children at shelters one present at a time. last year vandals burned down the centerpiece ahead of the celebration. it's meant to foster collaboration among artists. next, a square in the air. all new this morning, a plane carrying morgan freeman is forced to make a crash landing after something went wrong upon takeoff. details after the break.
starbucks coffee delivered to you wherever you are. the coffee giant is teaming up with an ondemand delivery service. it's only available in seattle right now. the delivery fee, 6 bucks, is way too high. if you have not started your holiday shopping yet, today may be the day to hit the stores. retailers are now entering the lull between black friday and last-minute shopping and that means this weekend could be ideal. experts say stores restocked their shelves with many of the items that sold out on friday. this weekend is expected to be the slowest for sales and traffic until christmas. the fitbit, it's the king of the global wearable market despite competition with companies like apple.
wearable device shipments tripled since last year. surged with 21 million units shipped. the time is 7:27. still ahead on this sunday, we continue to follow the latest on the terror in california as the local muslim community reacts. monique braxton is working on that part of the story for thus morning. monique? >> rosemary, we attended a local prayer service where the muslim community talks about their faith and terrorism. you need layers this morning. we are cold, temperatures below freezing in most spots with the exception of philadelphia. we are looking at the pocono mountains. a beautiful start there. a beautiful finish and afternoon, and that's all coming up. i have asthma...
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we cry for these people. words from members of the local muslim community who are speaking out after the terror attack in san bernardino. more reaction from them coming up. nobody likes a loser and nobody rides with a loser. >> the birds hoping bradford will lead them to a win today. can the eagles save the fans of the misery of another loss when they take on tom brady this afternoon? we hope so. sunny today and sunny tomorrow and wait until you see the temperatures later on this week. details ahead in the first alert forecast. it's 7:30 on this sunday. michelle, we have to get through this cold snap this morning. >> yeah, temperatures below freezing in so many spots.
but the light at the end of the tunnel is this afternoon, looking at a pretty afternoon with lots of sunshine, and we're off to a cold start, a live look outside. we're off to some fog also across the area. really reducing visibility a lot to the north and west. you want to be careful with the fog in place. reduced visibility down to zero in allentown, so if you are flying out of the airport call ahead, and lancaster down to 2 1/2 miles, and trenton down to a 4-mile visibility in wilmington. lots of spots below freezing and lots of spots in the low to mid-20s, especially to the north and west. 24 in reading, and 24 in pottstown, and 26 degrees in lancaster, and 26 in mt. pocono. with the below freezing temperatures with fog in place, you want to be careful. 33 degrees in philadelphia, and south and east, we're looking at the 20s and 30s as well. a cold start and mild finish,
and also tracking cooler air in our 7-day. that's all straight ahead. now to the terror in california. tonight president obama will speak to the nation on the deadly shootings in san bernardino and explain how he plans to keep us safe from home-grown terrorism. nbc10 will carry the president's address from the oval office at 8:00. this comes one day after the fbi raided the home of the neighbor next door to few raoubg. the fbi wants to question the neighbor but he has been unavailable since checking himself into a mental hospital after the attack. isis called farook and his wife
supporters and martyrs but stopped short from claiming responsibility of the attack that killed 14 and injured 21 others. monique braxton is live in our digital operation center. >> the people we talked to are no doubt condemning the attack as well as those responsible. we went to yeardley to visit an islamic prayer group, and members told us extremist that commit violence are not true to their faith and they worry the california suspects will only fuel a fear of muslims in the united states. >> we feel bad about that like they break our community. >> the outreach coordinator tell us the best way for muslims to counter fear is not by hiding but by being out in society.
in the digital operation center, monique braxton, nbc10 news. radicalization in america is the top issue on nbc's "meet the press," and chuck todd will be speaking with u.s. attorney general, loretta lynch, and presidential candidates, rand paul and lindsay graham. we will talk to chuck about a preview of "meet the press" in ten minutes or so and then the show airs 10:30 this morning here on nbc10. we will continue to follow the developments from san bernardino and bring you new information as soon as we have it. remember, for updates you can go to nbcphiladelphia.com or download the nbc10 app. a man is in critical condition after he was stand inside of a bar around 3:30 this morning at the moonlight cuisine lounge on west oak lane. police say other patrons inside
the bar told investigators the person that stabbed the man and the person they are still looking for, they do have an identity on. one man in extremely critical condition after a shooting in kensington. he was shot in the stomach around 7:30 this last night. this happened along east somerset street. police are still looking for the shooter. in northeast philadelphia, a firefighter is recovering after a fire at a catering company in ron hurst. it was around 5:00 yesterday afternoon, and the firefighter went to the hospital but is expected to be okay. we still don't know what caused the fire to start. the jewish holiday of hanukkah begins tonight at sundown. you are looking at a 40-foot high menorah or candle lob raw. celebrations include eating special foods, playing games
like dreidel and exchanging gifts. hundreds of cars paraded down the ben franklin parkway last night for a prehanukkah party. plenty of families were gathering and there was music and dancing in the streets. next, bradford is back. can he lead the eagles to a win against the patriots? john clark is in foxborough with a preview of today's must-win game for the birds. with 0% financing for 60 months on 2015 f-150 and focus and 2016 fusion and escape. plus 1,000 dollars holiday bonus cash on 2015 focus and 2016 fusion and escape. it's the best gift ever. now during the ford holiday sales event get 0% financing for 60 months plus 1,000 dollars holiday bonus cash on select vehicles. see your local ford dealer.
hi, i am amy fadool with comcast sportsnet. here is john clark. >> reporter: this is going to be a huge challenge for the eagles. get this, the patriots have won their last 24 games here when tom brady has started and finished. also, patriots are coming off a loss. since 2003, they are 38-4 following a loss. here are the eagles arriving in providence, rhode island. good news, sam bradford is back in and hopefully he will provide
a little spark for the offense. the eagles say their week of practice, they had more energy this week than they have seen in a while. they are trying to avoid four straight losses. >> winning is everything. i think winning will solve a lot of problems. you know, it's a great team and for us to beat them we have to be quick on all cylinders. >> nobody likes a loser or wants to ride with a loser, and right now we have to make sure we can get a win under us so we can relax and breathe a little bit. >> i am john clark for comcast sportsnet. >> the sixers hosted the nuggets in the afternoon and in the night, the flyers took on the blue jackets. a former flyer opened down low and deflects the pass in, his fourth goal of the night. just in the second period. watch this save from another former flyer, and he stopped 27
of 28 shots. the flyers' win streak snapped at four games, 4-1, the final. sixers and nuggets game. tied at 102, and st. joe's product nelson to gallinari, and then denver took the lead for good and didn't look back winning 108-105. temple fans were not bored yesterday. the cougars took the lead early and held on to it. 47 yards, all the way to the end zone. ground, and houston wins 24-13, ending temple's new year's day
bowl hopes. >> this one hurts, you know? you never like losing at all. you just got to keep the "what's next" mentality, and you have to go back and figure out what is going on next and go from there. >> the good news is, they will still be going to a bowl game. meanwhile the owl basketball game, temple down at the break. wisconsin wins 76-60. drexel at la salle. the dragons led to their first win of the season. a career high of 25 points. drexel beat la salle for the first time since 1997. that will do it for sports. tomorrow a few eagles' players will be getting into the holiday spirit by taking a local pop warner team on the shopping spree.
each young player will get a $125 gift card to buy new football gear. the eagles' players will be there to help them pick out the new equipment. and then okafor is back in the lineup after a two-game suspension. he was punished by the sixers after a couple off-court incidents. police pulled okafor over for driving 108 miles per hour over the ben franklin bridge. investigators in northampton county say a meal that was left unattended sparked flames on friday night. firefighters found a woman dead in the home and her husband was injured. crews tell us there were no working smoke detecters inside.
on that note, the american red cross and the fire department are teaming up on a safety campaign right now and installing the smoke alarms. the campaign is to raise benefits about the benefits of the detecters and the dangers of dried out christmas trees and candles and lights, obviously issues this time of year. so far this season the red cross and the fire department together have installed more than 3,000 smoke alarms in philadelphia, but they say there's more work to be done. >> i actually tell people, if you want to give a life-saving gift this year, donate a fire alarm. >> the red cross and the fire department partnership has helped to cut the number of fire deaths in the city from 31 last year to 12 this year. almost a record-low for a single year. take a look at this video. this is of a car fire in burlington county. yesterday crews responded to the flames outside of a house on south church street. the woman who took this video
tells us her fiance and two other men helped to pull the driver out of the car when it started smoking and it was a really close call because minutes later the car bursts into flames. fortunately, though, nobody was hurt. recovering after crews had to rescue her from a partially submerged car. we first told you about this yesterday morning. police say the driver lost control and ran off the road and the car landed in cooper lake yesterday. half of the car was below the surface. the driver managed to get out on his own but crews had to rescue the passenger, the woman inside. both are expected to be okay. if you are going to be out and about this morning, you want to bundle up. you want to wear lots of layers this morning, temperatures in the 20s and 30s, and it's a cold start to your day. also you want to put the heat on the in the car and put your low beams on and we are looking at fog as well. a beautiful finish to your
weekend. we will see lots of sunshine today and warm temperatures later on this afternoon, but cold this morning, foggy this morning, and reduced visibilities down to a quarter mile in some spots. a beautiful start, a really nice weekend for december. 33 degrees in philadelphia, and so similar start to our saturday, and we're going to have a similar start on monday morning as well. 20s to the north and west, 23 in allentown, and also in reading, that 33 in south and east, and 30 in atlantic city, and 25 this morning in millville. lots of blue on the map, and it's a cold, cold start. we are looking at the fog especially to the north and west, and if you are flying out of the airports, call ahead. down to zero visibility in allentown, and lancaster, too.
we are looking the mostly clear skies and the fog hanging over the buildings here. nice day today, high pressure in control. we will have clear skies tonight. light winds and dropping the temperatures into the 20s and 30s. and then a mixture of sun and clouds, and mild temperatures back into the mid-50s before we cool it down on tuesday. today into the 50s, and 54 in quakertown, and 51 in mt. pocono. a little cool there. 55 in doylestown. 48 is normal for this time of year, and 54 in cape may, and 54 in atlantic city. we are looking at temperatures mainly in the mid-50s with lots of sunshine. you need your sunglasses today. 54 in glassboro, and 7-day forecast, 55 today. a little more cloud cover on sunday and partly sunny and 55, and tuesday back to more
normal-like temperatures for this time of year, 49, and then on wednesday, 52. 57 and mild on friday, and then 59, next saturday, we should cheer for this, 61 degrees in mid december. we love it. >> i will cheer for it. thank you. just a few minutes before the start of the "today" show at 8:00. good morning, guys. >> good morning. >> good morning. coming up here on a sunday morning on today, we are live all around the globe with the latest on the terror threat facing the u.s., and president obama speaking to the nation tonight. and a new raid in the wake of the terror in san bernardino. a man in london started assaulting people with a knife. we will show you the good side of people when we take you to a florida restaurant that tells folks who are down on their luck, pay what you can.
and going to the wild, wild west for a -- this is real coach travel, by the way. people complain about it all the time, no leg room. we will show you what it was really like back in the day. >> or we can think of a charter flight. >> all depends on your perspective. exactly. >> back to you. >> i am sure i speak to many viewers, we look forward to our sunday with harry and your pieces. >> i love doing it. up next, keeping americans safe. that will be the discussion on this morning's "meet the press." when we come back, moderator, chuck todd joins us with a preview.
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"meet the press," chuck todd. president obama will be speaking in primetime tonight and before that we will hear from loretta lynch during her exclusive interview, and how candid do you expect her to be with how homegrown terrorism has become? >> the question is going to be what tools does she need? what tools does the fbi need to combat this. clearly this one got through a blind spot. pure and simple. yes, he had some contact with people that were under fbi surveillance, but apparently that contact did not rise to the level of saying, okay, now farook needed to be under
surveillance. for instance, it was just a few days ago that we technically ended the mass collection bulk data of cell phone records. well, do we need to reinstate that? is that a tool the attorney general wants back? it was very controversial. we will get into the same conversations we had a couple years ago, the line between privacy and security and i think it's going to get blurred again. >> they are giving me a 45-second countdown but i know i can get a little insight on you on donald trump, he is widening the lead in the race. what is going on between him and the gop establishment? >> obviously when these attacks, post paris he saw his numbers go up and i wouldn't be surprised if they went up after san bernardino. there's a group of voters gravitating to the tough talk and that's what they want to hear and see. he is getting stronger, and then, of course, has a whole
bunch of republican insiders, that's not enough to win the general election and that's why they are nervous. >> we appreciate you chiming in on this. chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." thanks, chuck. radicalization in america is the top issue on this morning's "meet the press," and chuck todd will speak with u.s. attorney general, loretta lynch, and presidential candidates, rand paul and lindsay graham. that's right here on nbc10. we'll take a quick break.
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good morning, terror in the spotlight. president obama after meeting with his top advisers in the white house situation room set it address the nation tonight about the battle against isis and keeping americans safe in the wake of san bernardino as the fbi launches a new raid at the home of the man who originally bought the assault rifles. we learn more about the female suspect and her background and fear and anger rises across the nation. i always thought if more good people had conceal carry permits then we could end those muslims before they go out and try to kill. we're live all across the globe. lone wolf in london. a slasher goes on a wild attack in a tube sta