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right now on nbc10 news today, powerball blowout. now is your chance to become a billionaire. the record-breaking jackpot up for grabs this week. mexico's drug kingpin gets nabbed after a meeting with act actor, sean penn. our sunday is off to a saug gee start and the morning rain will taper off. how the weekend will wrap up, and that's coming up. it's 9:00 on this sunday.
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you may see wet roads, wet sidewalks out there this morning. parts of our area received heavy rain overnight. that was at 13th street and market streets in center city. the rain and the fog, we are dealing with both today? >> yeah, we had the heavy rain that fell a few hours overnight, and we had pockets of heavy rain and now we are seeing steady rain in some spots. it's misty, and there are people walking on the beach there. and we are looking at temperatures warm this morning. we are going to be warm later this afternoon. fog reducing visibilities down. down to five miles in millville. radar showing us we are tracking rain, most of it on the lighter side, and we are not seeing the heavier rain we saw earlier and a lot of spots seeing drying
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spots. that's the good news this morning. winds out of the southeast right now. it's windy. we are going to see the winds continuing throughout the day, and we are going to see them switch directions. 63 degrees in philadelphia, and 53 in allentown. we could break some records in terms of temperature today, and after the morning rain, it's warm and windy. 65 degrees and cold air comes in tonight and it's cold on monday, and we'll talk more about that coming up. a billion sounds nice, right? on wednesday, you could win an historic jackpot of $1.3 billion. monique braxton, she is live in center city. >> a lot of people are waking up this morning keeping their
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fingers crossed hoping they had some of the matching numbers. just a few phmoments ago, some people coming to this wawa in center city and looking at the machine and checking their numbers. with no powerball winner last night the jackpot is approximately $1.3 billion. i say approximate, because as more people purchase tickets, the winnings multiply. some retailers are reporting tickets being purchased for people overseas. if you are playing you have 1 in 292 million chances of winning. a professor of biostatistics at the university of buffalo said ameri an american is more likely to
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become a president than winning the powerball. the powerball is 13. again, no one matched all of those numbers, but two people are $2 million winners, and 14 people actually won a million dollars, including one person from pennsylvania. so right now i am going to call my husband and see if he is that person, just in case he forgot to call me and tell me about it. in the next half hour, we will have more on the frenzy that is going to get more fierce as we reach over $1.3 billion. imagine that, rosemary. >> i think i won that $1 million. >> you forgot to tell me, no call. >> thanks, monique. we'll check back with you later. say you picked the lucky numbers on wednesday, you become a
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millionaire, and could you remean anonymous. in pennsylvania and new jersey, winners do have to come forward publicly. coming up at 9:30, if you win the upcoming jackpot, there are ways you can try and stay out of the spotlight and we will have more on that in just a few moments. even though you are not holding the winning ticket from last night, and you can still check it out because you may have won a smaller prize. for the numbers go to our website, or check out the nbc10 app. a crash in montgomery county injured three people including a child overnight. police say a car hit a truck and a pole just after midnight in bridgeport. medics took all three to the hospital. this morning a woman is recovering from minor injuries after she was hit by a car in center city. the accident happened at 13th
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and market streets around 2:30 this morning. police could not tell us what kind of vehicle was involved in the accident but they say the driver did remain at the scene. an update on philadelphia police officer jesse hartnett. he remains in the hospital following the ambush attack on thursday night. doctors are working to repair nerve damage right now from three gunshots to his arm. police and federal terrorism investigators in the meantime are also working to find out more about the alleged shooter. edward archer faces attempted murder and other charges and they stem from the ambush of officer hartnett in west philadelphia that was caught on surveillance video. archer pledged his allegiance to isis, and some of his long-time neighbors say they are skeptical that archer was radicalized. >> seemed like a cool guy. i would not expect nothing like this from him. you could say isis, that's pretty possible, but people need
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to evaluate his mental health, you know, not isis. >> archer's family says he was a baptist that converted to islam. investigators say they have found no ties to terror during archer's past travel, his trips to egypt and saudi arabia. we have been speaking to local muslims in the community about their reaction to the ambush and some tell us the attack could spark bash lash to the islamic community. they painted a mural yesterday. some members say they are concerned that people in the community are making assumptions about their faith. >> it's very first rating for us every time there is an incident on the news, we feel the backlash. >> the finished mural will be
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put on display very soon and the artwork is called "windows of peace." still ahead, a new video of the tunnel network, and we will tell you who tipped off authorities of his whereabouts. we'll have more on the worker rescue coming up.
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the rain continues to fall, and it's not heavy like it was a few hours ago, but still seeing wet weather out there. windy also, and fog in place, and mist in place, and a live look outside. we are looking for the cape may
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camera. we are seeing the fog and reduced visibilities and very warm air, and the temperatures compared to this time yesterday, we are 18 degrees warmer in northeast philadelphia, and 18 degrees in mount holly, and 10 degrees warmer in wilmington and 14 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago in allentown. you will feel the humidity as well, and feel the rain falling. 60 degrees right now in philadelphia, and 53 in allentown, and 59 in atlantic city, and 63 in dover, delaware. we are looking to break records later this afternoon. 63 is the record for today. we're forecasting a high of 65 in philadelphia. otherwise, we still have rain falling in spots, and most of the heavy rain is off to the west or north and east, and sandwiched in between are dry spots and light rain falling in some spots. flood advisory still in effect in the light green until noon, so parts of new jersey including philadelphia and pennsylvania and also delaware.
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today, rain to showers, warm and windy, 65 at a high and then things change drastically tonight and we will have cold overnight and cold on monday. temperatures reaching just around the freezing mark on monday. we'll talk more about that coming up. 12 minutes after 9:00 on this sunday. still ahead, hollywood's new es odd couple. we have new details from a secret interview while el chapo was on the run.
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we have new video into nbc10. it gives us a closer look at the tunnel network where guzman ran from authorities before he was recaptured on friday. he and his security chief fled into the tunnels and escaped through a manhole cover. they were arrested in stolen cars on the highway. mexican authorities say they were able to track down el chapo because of his desire for the spotlight. the notorious drug kingpin had a meeting with american actor and director, sean penn. penn met with el chapo at his hide out months before the capture. he said he had a fleet of submarines, planes, trucks and boats. nbc news reached out to sean penn's representatives but was
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unable for comment. mexican authorities say they knew about the meeting. they also received a tip from the tunnel builder. >> when you are a person that is used to getting so much attention not only from law enforcement from the media and an entire hemisphere, would encourage anybody to think more highly of themselves. >> authorities brought guzman back to the same prison he escaped from six months ago. mexico is willing to extradite guzman to the u.s. to face charges here but that could take months. his attorney says he will challenge exstrtra tkeugs. police in mexico arrested
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couch and her son after he skipped a meeting with his probation officer in texas. officials say tonya couch took $30,000 from a bank account and fled to mexico with ethan. the teen rephaemains in custody mexico. in baltimore the trial begins this week for the officer charged with second-degree murder, the most serious charge against any of the officers indicted in the case. prosecutors say he failed to properly strap gray into the van and ignored his pleas for help. goodson has pleaded not guilty in this case. jury selection in his trial is set to begin tomorrow. lawyers for the dean at the university of virginia who are
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suing "rolling stone" magazine. the woman's communications about the case will expose her as a liar. police found no evidence to backup her claim she was gang rained at a fraternity. the woman's attorney says she should not have to hand over the information because she is not a party to the lawsuit. the fbi has caught up with a woman suspected in a string of jewelry store robberies across the south. according to authorities, surveillance video captured abigail kemp during several of the heists dating back to april of last year. authorities also arrested a second person but has not identified that person yet. well, we are looking at the
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rain out there. we have ponding on the roadways and flooding in poor drainage area, but just a messing morning and we are still seeing that rain falling outside. weather headlines on your sunday morning, the rain, we are going to see that taper into showers and some spots drying out and may see a little sunshine to the south later this afternoon. the story becomes about the record warmth or the possibility of the record warmth. temperatures around 65 degrees for philadelphia later today and 63 is a record for this time of year. we are going to be in the 30s for much of the workweek. winds out of the south at 14 miles per hour. temperatures to the north and west mainly in the 50s. 54 in allentown, and 55 in westchester, and 60 degrees in philadelphia. south and east, we're looking at the upper 50s. 58 degrees in millville, and 63 in dover, delaware. we're looking gloomy outside
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with the fog in place, and reducing visibility all over the place, down the a mile and a quarter in mt. pocono. we are looking at the rain still falling and getting pockets of dry air as well, and this is all moving to the north and east and it's light if not steady out there. the cold air will move in tonight and affect us on monday. temperatures around the freezing mark on monday. the rain moves out and we have a cold front that will move through later and that will bring in shower activity later today and that will set the stage for possible snow flurries later this week. you need the layers because we will see temperatures around 34 degrees on monday. for today, 65 degrees, enjoy it while it lasts because it's not going to last very long. we have a lot of wind out there. and 65 today, and 35 on monday, and tuesday, still cool but at least closer to normal, and 44. another arctic blast comes in on
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wednesday, and then we look towards next saturday for the next storm system and the chance for rain could start out as freezing rain. time to check in on this week's wednesday's child. he's a boy in need of a lot of love and support and the smile on his face is proof that he is ready for a forever family for his journey in life. >> yeah, look at your laugh. >> darnell is a sweet young man that can light up a room with his smile and laughter. he loves all kinds of music and a kind touch from caregivers and friends. darnell suffered a traumatic brain injury as an infant and has significant medical needs and he enjoys listening and reacting to sounds. >> he is not your typical 12-year-old and any love that a family could give he would definitely benefit from, and i
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think he would thrive and we need that love from a family. >> the ideal family is one that understands the joy that darnell will bring into their live, though it might look different from other children, and the family would be there to support him and be an advocate for his needs. >> a family that would adopt him, the facility will train you. >> children with disabilities like darnell thrive in home settings and their quality of life increases significantly when they move in with a forever family. >> does that feel good? >> darnell is ready to share in the love of a forever family. darnell is this week's wednesday's child. >> if you would like to make his dream come true or the dream of any wednesday's child, just go to our website,, and search "wednesday's child," or
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call the national adoption center. in the market for a new car? the north american auto show rolls into detroit. a previous view of the luxury and other concept vehicles when we come back from the break.
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cars of the future and other vehicles will roll into detroit this week for the north american international auto show.
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the festivities kicked off last night. the auto show will feature dozens of vehicle introductions. brands like ferrari and lamborghini will be on display. the nine-day show opens to the public on saturday. president obama plans to visit the auto show in detroit, and it's unclear when he will drop in but he will highlight a record year of sales for the auto industry which was struggling when he took office in 2009. you may remember president obama backed a government bailout of gm and chrysler and those automakers since paid back the loans. and now the jackpot has skyrocketed in powerball. monique braxton live in center city where folks are waking up with mixed emotion. >> look at it this way, if you
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win the projected $1.3 billion on wednesday, you can buy some of the cars they are featuring at the auto show, right? we're back after the break.
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right now on "nbc10 news today," powerball blowout. no big winner in last night's drawing and now the drawing has ballooned to a record $1.3 billion. the man accused of ambushing a philadelphia police officer is facing attempted murder charges this morning and we are learning about his past from his family. our weekend is off to a soggy and foggy start this sunday but the wet weather brought us warmer temperatures. don't get used to it, though. we will tell you when the cold will return in the first alert forecast. this is "nbc10 news today." thanks for being with us, and it's 9:30 on this sunday. earlier this morning we were in a first alert day but that since has changed. >> yeah, we had heavy rain for a few hours and ponding on the roadways and torrential downpours that moved off to the north and east and that's good
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news, and we are bringing in warm winds throughout the day. 65 degrees, and here's a life view, and we are also seeing rain still falling and most of it at this point is light, if not steady in some spots and the heavier stuff moved off to the north and east in parts of new england. we are also seeing the fog in place, and that's causing a problem and reducing visibilities down to a quarter mile in mt. pocono. two-mile visibility in reading and half a mile in wilmington. delaware, that will take a while for the fog to burn off and the low clouds out there. temperatures are warm. 60 degrees in philadelphia. 63 in dover. and 59 in atlantic city. we are seeing the winds out of the southeast, and we are going to see them switching around later today and that will bring in colder air tonight. today, rain to shower. and there could be a little
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sunshine that could mainly happen to the south. warm and windy, otherwise 63 to 66. we could break a record and we will talk more about that, and temperatures staying put in the 30s, and we'll talk about that, too, coming up. i think we know this is going to happen. the lines for powerball are going to get longer this week. nobody hit the nearly $950 million jackpot last night and wednesday night's drawing will be for more than $1 billion. anybody buying tickets, reducing our chances? >> yeah, lining up at the lottery machine at the wawa in center city. the jackpot is now at $1.3 billion approximately, and i say approximately because as you know the more people that purchase tickets the winnings are multiplying. millions lined up across the country and lottery officials
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say millions of tickets were sold in an hour and retailers were reporting some were buying tickets for family members overseas. 16, 19, 32, 34, 57, and the winning power balling number last night is 13. again, nobody matched all of those numbers, however, there were two $2 million winners, and 14 $1 million winners, including one person from pennsylvania. so watch this coin that i am going to toss here on the floor at the wawa, and let's what that means. according to a biostatistics professor at the university of buffalo the odds of winning mega millions are equivalent to flipping a coin 28 times and getting heads every time. did i get a head or did i get the back of it? it looks like i have the tail,
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so that means i am not even in the running, so no harm in trying or dreaming, right, rosemary? >> everybody is dreaming big. thanks, monique. if you won it could you stay anonymous. six states allow lottery winners to keep their identity a secret. pennsylvania and new jersey, winners have to come forward publicly, but there are still ways to keep your face out of the limelight. past winners have gotten creative, like this guy, who obscured his face with his oversized check and in some states, winners can create limited liability names it's the company name and not the individual that are identified. the jackpot jumps up to $1.3 billion, and you still should check your ticket because you
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may have won a smaller prize. you can check it on the website or on our nbc10 app. officer jesse hartnett remains in the hospital. doctors are repairing nerve damage from three gunshots to his arm and in the meantime police and federal terrorism investigators are looking into archer. investigators say archer pledged his allegiance to isis but has not found any ties to isis in his travels to saudi arabia. and he was raised baptist but converted to islam several years ago, and he was a changed person
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after he made a pilgrimages to mecca in saudi arabia. the ambush shooting of hartnett illustrated the importance of police. law enforcement officials tell us that officer hartnett is a symbol of the difficult times that police all around the country are facing. the five year police veteran was nearly assassinated on a street corner in west philly, and the police union president said the attack on hartnett proves that simply being a cop makes you a target. >> it's not because jesse was white or black, it was because he was wearing a uniform, a badge and driving a philadelphia police car. it's as simple as that. >> he also says officers patrolling in pairs is helping to calm their fears about the ambu ambush. this weekend these kids played in a fallen heroes tournament
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honoring philadelphia police. it marked the anniversary of the first female police officer to die in the line of duty. investigators in philadelphia are trying to figure out what caused a worker to get trapped almost 20 feet underground in old city for hours yesterday. here's a closer look at it. here he is as crews pulled him to safety on market street near 3 street. the trickiest park were to remove the large rocks pinning his feet and legs. >> boulders that were trapping the man's foot, we had to shore that up so our special operations team were able to shore that up, free his foot out, and to bring the gentleman out of the ditch. >> the worker was installing a new sewage line when he got
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stuck and we are told he is going to be okay. still ahead, from foe to friend as the eagles resume their search for a new head coach, and former new york giants coach is on the list. a landfill turns up a buried treasure, and we will show you what was buried under mountains of trash.
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welcome back on this sunday. we watched the heavy rain fall earlier this morning, and now we have steady rain and dry spots in some spots. we are looking at clouds this morning, and we are looking at a little fog also. a little mist, a live look from the cape may camera and we are looking at temperatures so much warmer than this time yesterday, and ten degrees warmer in wilmington, and 18 degrees warmer in southeast philadelphia. 16 degrees warmer in dover compared to 24 hours ago.
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you will feel and see the fog, and we are seeing winds gusting near 25 miles per hour in some spots. here's a look at the temperatures. we are looking at temperatures around 60 degrees in philadelphia, and 59 in atlantic ci city, and 55 in allentown, and 56 in lancaster. a mild start to the day. it will be warm. we could break a record later this afternoon. rain is still falling in some spots. it's warm and wet out there, and that's going to be the case as we go throughout the next couple of hours. winds out of the southeast, and winds from 10 to 20 miles per hour, and 13 miles per hour in mt. pocono, and up to 16 miles per hour in atlantic city. for today, plan on rain to showers and warm and windy, 63 to 66. we could see the temperatures jump this afternoon, and then it's a cold one, an arctic blast on monday and we will talk about those temperatures coming up. from trash to treasure. a landfill along virginia's waterfront holes keys to the
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city's past. a ship's hull was likely used for the landfill. >> this was either a ship that was built for a heavy cargo and extremely heavy cargo, or it might have been a fortified military ship. >> the ship is now dismantled and will be stored and studied and where it will end up has yet to be determined. the time is 9:42 on this sunday. still ahead, a substitute teacher under investigation after allegedly making death threats against her third graders. >> she used that to calm them down. >> threatening them with a gun? >> yes, ma'am. >> we will tell you what the teacher told the students.
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a substitute teacher in florida is in trouble with the law after allegedly telling students that they would be shot if they didn't behave. the 61-year-old woman told her class she would led a gunman into the room if they did not stop miss behaving. one father said his child is terrified. >> she would have the keys to the classroom to let somebody in if they wouldn't calm down to come in and shoot them in between the eyes. >> every student in the classroom told the same story, and the sub was removed and the investigation is now under way. news overseas. the u.s. is flexing its muscle after north korea's latest nuclear test. an american b-52 bomber flew low over south korea today.
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south korean jet fighters joined the b-52 before it returned to guam. there was a celebration in north korea, and the north said it set off a hydrogen bomb last wednesday. back here in the u.s., an armed group occupied a wildlife refuge center in oregon for more than a week. a separate group arrived at the center and left after several hours when the people leading the occupation told them they were not needed. the group wants federally owned land to be turned over to be locally controlled. the pope's first book is about to be released. it's called "the name of god is mercy." in the book, the pope is
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critical of the scholars of the church who are not open to showing unconditional love and mercy to sinners. he compares the church to a field hospital where treatment is given first to those most wounded. we started out this morning with heavy rain. it fell for hours and hours skprbg then we had ponding on the roadways. still seeing the wet roadways and still seeing rain and drizzle and mist in spots and also fog. that will last for the next couple of hours, and then our attention turns to the warm weather, 65 degrees this afternoon and we're already mild. temperatures around 60 degrees in philadelphia. rain to showers, that's the first one, and then the second one, warmth, the record for philadelphia today is 63 and set back in 1950, so we could certainly break that. we are tracking two arctic blast, one on monday and one on
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wednesday. philadelphia right now, 60 degrees, mostly cloudy skies. winds out of the south at 14 miles per hour. temperatures across the area, mainly in the 50s to the north and west. 55 in allentown. 55 in westchester. 60 degrees in philadelphia. south and east, looking at the upper 50s. 55 in wilmington, delaware. there's the mild start. going to be a big drastic change on monday, a cold one. gloomy, misty, foggy, and we are seeing reduced visibilities down to half mile in mt. pocono, ask down to a half mile in wilmington, and six-mile visibility in atlantic city. maybe take it a little slower on the roadways. warm and wet for now, and that will change over the next couple hours. still seeing light rain, steady rain. and back to the west, we had the cold air on the backside of the storm, and that will affect us on monday with temperatures around the freezing mark as a
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high. later tonight, more showers and then clearing out. we really start to dry out and bring in the cold air. tonight we are going to bring in the cold air, and especially by tomorrow morning, getting the kids ready for school at the bus stop, going to see temperatures around 28 degrees, and we're not going to get much above freezing by the afternoon. temperatures around 65 degrees, so that would be a record breaker, and 63 is the record. and then by tomorrow, we're going to see temperatures cold, around 34. tonight, 28 in philadelphia, and 24 north and west and can't rule out the chance of a shower and it's going to clear and clearing overnight. mostly sunny on monday. by tuesday, a cold start but closer to normal. may see a snow shower or rain shower late on tuesday, and then going to feel like the 20s with a gusty wind in place, and cold breeze on thursday, and then saturday, yeah, that's the next storm, and we're looking at the
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next chance of rain. may start out as freezing rain, and we'll watch that during the week, and 42. super bowl construction under way in san francisco. crews bringing in materials so they can build sky boxes in the city's financial district. the sweets will overlook the nfl fan experience zone. it's set for the 49ers stadium on february 7th. today the eagles resume their search for a new head coach. they will interview the chief's offensive coordinator doug peterson from kansas city, and tomorrow they will interview tom coughlin. yesterday they got permission from new york to talk to tom coughlin. the giants failed to make the post season the last four seasons. some things never change, at least when it comes to the cincinnati bangles losing in the first round of the playoffs. cincinnati came back on
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pittsburgh in the fourth quarter of the wildcard game. the bengals had the lead and the ball with time running out and a fumble and a series of personal foul penalties set up the steelers to win the game on the short field goal with seconds left. cincinnati, 16. the steelers move on to denver next weekend. in the first afc wildcard game, davis took the opening kickoff back 106 yards for a touchdown. that's all the points kansas city needed in a 30-0 shutout of the houston texans. the chiefs will get their match with the patriots next weekend. the seahawks visit the vikings in sub zero minneapolis. stallone taking a swing at his first golden globe for the final installment of the rocky
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franchise. >> this staring back at you, that's your toughest opponent. we'll see what kind of odds he has taking home the award tonight. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. it's always worth remembering...
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that time of year, and we are a few days away from the start of girl scouts cookie season. the treats go on sale starting on thursday. award season kicks off tonight during one of hollywood's biggest evenings of the year. stars of the big and small screen gather for the 37th annual golden globes. and we have a preview of some of
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the major movie categories. >> first of all, i would like to thank susan downy that matt damon was going to win so don't prepare a speech. >> this is just the beginning of my revenge. >> all right. all right. all right. >> all the main races are tight this year. >> "carol" has the most nominations, but it's no shoo-in. >> i think "spotlight" could win by a hair, and -- >> and looking for his second straight globe but faces will smith, and leonardo dicaprio. >> he went through so much physically and emotionally to put this performance on screen. >> and kate blanchett as well as
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the danish girls chasing two other contenders. >> this one is a race between larson for "room," and brooklyn, two young actresses. >> he won 18 years ago for writing "goodwill hunting" but never won a globe. that could happen this year. >> and lawrence could beat out her pal. >> if amy schumer wins best actress, that will be the speech of the night. >> although it could have plenty of competition. >> among the other movie
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categories to watch for tonight, best supporting actor, and that's where "creed"'s stallone is out to win. you can watch the golden globes here on nbc10. the show starts at 8:00. you can see the red carpet arrivals beginning at 7:00. the today's show matt lauer and savannah guthrie and tamron hall and willie geist will host the event. monique braxton is live in center city on powerball patrol. >> three days before the next powerball drawing for $1.3 billion. folks are already purchasing tickets and dreaming. we're back after the break. we are seeing light rain falling in some spots but it's really warm. temperatures in the 60s. 62 degrees in philadelphia.
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here's a live look outside. we are looking along boathouse row. it's foggy as well, and we'll talk about the warmth and then a huge difference on monday. cold, cold air coming in, and we'll talk more about that coming up.
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get your tickets for another historic powerball jackpot. nobody took down the grand prize last night and now there is more than a billion up for grabs. new picture this morning of north korea showing kim jong-un addressing the people in the wake of the hydrogen bomb test, and he says it's a step towards protecting his country from the u.s. the wet weather moving out of the our area and possible record warmth is on the way and we'll tell you what it means


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