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. deadline to enroll. today is your last chance to sign up for health insurance under the affordable care act. we have you covered with what you need to know and how to get help enrolling. that's next in a live report. caucus countdown. we are in iowa ahead of tomorrow's first in the nation vote in the race for the white house. why so many are still undecided and what the campaigns can do to sway them coming up. we are waiting for a warmup and it is coming. guess what? anybody out on the slopes today will enjoy it. the sun will be out. it will feel great. we'll flirt with the 50s today, closer to philadelphia. 40s for the mountains. this week the temperatures could climb even higher. welcome back to nbc 10 news, i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:00 on this sunday.
meteorologist karen thomas has our forecast. >> you'll need to bundle up this morning if you're heading out early sunday, but temperatures take a climb midday and for high temperatures later on today, quite impressive for sure. we will have sun and clouds looking live at boathouse row, tranquil scene this morning, 32 in philadelphia. we are bumping upwards. still in the 20s in trenton and the northeast as well as wilmington, but temperatures across the region will be on the steady climb upward, a little warmer push now in the poconos at 37 degrees. the same is true along the shoreline. 40 in beach haven. 43 in cape may. the planner through the morning hours has the sunshine with us at 32, chilly start. we will be warming close to 50 about 11:00 a.m. to noontime, really just a nice forecast. maybe just a light jacket
necessary later on today. temperatures across the region in the mid to upper 40s, and the southwesterly push of 5 to 10 miles per hours in the wind department. i'll be back with your seven-day in a bit. >> new from overnight, crews are wrapping up their work at a house fire in the logan section of philadelphia. the blaze broke out around 4:00 on north 5th street and summerville avenue. it didn't take long for firefighters to knock down the flames. investigators say it appears the fire started on the second floor of this row home. there are no reported injuries and the cause is still under investigation. one man is dead after being shot a number of times inside of a car in west philadelphia and now the investigation is on. this happened along south 60th street in west philadelphia just after 11:00 last night. the victim fell out of the car as police arrived on the scene. they took him to the hospital where he died. there is no word on a motive and
police have not made any arrests. today is the last call to get health insurance under the affordable care act. that deadline is midnight. if you don't act fast you could face penalties. nbc 10's dru smith is live in the digital operations center to tell us where you can get help if you need it. >> will be open enrollment events around the region, the goal is to show people how to use the healthcare.gov marketplace. insurance companies like independence blue cross hit the road yesterday. the get covered america organization will help people at methodist hospital in south philly. the amount of money the government uses to assist low income people may have changed from last year, so experts plan to point that out for people. >> even if you looked before, take another look. it takes five minutes of your time to see what affordable options are available to you. if you are heading out to an
event bring your social security number, address and birth dates, income information, as well as information from your employer about any available job related health insurance. they need numbers from any current health insurance plan that you have. the minimum penalty for going uninsured can be $700 to as high as $2,000. live from the digital operations center, i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. now to decision 2016. more than two dozen african-american ministers pledged their support to clinton after meeting with her on wednesday at mother bethel ame church in society hill. there's just a day and a half of campaigning to go until voters in iowa make their presidential picks. nbc 10's national correspondent steve handelsman filed this from des moines.
>> if we can win here, if we win in iowa, everyone is talking about it, we can run the table for the first time ever. >> reporter: he means win every republican contest and it's possible. trump's weakest polls are here a five-point iowa lead. >> on february 1st, you have to get out and caucus. >> reporter: even in a blizzard he said or a marital storm. >> if your wife leaves you for another man, if you leave your wife because you don't like her, i don't care what it is, if you're sick, you got to get out. >> reporter: ted cruz gently urged his backers to show up and caucus, and insisted to me that he's winning back the iowa front-runner spot that he once held. what do you say to the trump backers who used to back you but now back him? >> they're backing me once again. >> reporter: marco rubio's push will be partly digital. >> we'll bombard you with e-mails. we are going to bombard you with e-mails for two days. >> reporter: democrat hillary clinton's once large iowa lead has slipped to three points. her e-mail problem flared again, but her long-time supporters
looked likely to caucus. >> for those of who have already decided to support me monday night, thank you very much. >> reporter: more than clinton, bernie sanders is relying on first time caucusers, young people. s >> we will win the caucus on monday night if there's a large voter turnout. >> reporter: and predicting the turnout on monday is impossible. they say a big turnout helps trump and sanders. a small turnout helps cruz and clinton. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news at iowa caucus headquarters, des moines. count on nbc 10 for your complete coverage this election season. lauren mayk is in iowa to cover the caucuses. we'll have a report from lauren at 6:30 this morning. the time is 7:06 this sunday. two dozen mexican cartel members are under arrest after a highly secretive sting along the border. we'll explain the connection to
good sunday morning. i'm meteorologist karen thomas. just waking up this morning, pretty nice forecast on tap for your sunday. we have beautiful sunshine as we look live down there at cape may. it is beautiful down along the shoreline. in the 40s right now, which is interesting. where are our temperatures? there they are. 32 in philadelphia. colder in philadelphia compared to cape may at 43. 41 in wildwood. 39 in atlantic city. still the upper 20s in central new jersey in the northeast, 27 in mount holly. it is 28 degrees now in wilmington. temperatures on the way up for sure. satellite radar, we will stay dry today. satellite showing us we have some clouds in and around the area. sun and clouds the call for today. milder, you'll feel that. you'll also see it in the runoff and the snow melt that will begin this four-day warming
trend. you can anticipate that sprigs of your lawn, grass, you will start to see that moving through sunday afternoon. winds out of the southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. i'll be back with a look at the seven-day in a bit. >> next, flint lives matter, that's the message snoop dogg is sending as he lends a hand during the water crisis. how he and other celebrities are helping the cause. and the philadelphia auto show rolls on today. it won't just feature fast cars, we'll tell you more about the world cup champ and olympic gold medalist at the event.
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another blow to capture drug king pen el chapo. officials say two dozen high-ranking members of his cartel were arrested in a top secret cross-border sting on friday. members of u.s. immigration and customs enforcement helped to carry out mexican operation diablo express. it targeted cartel operating around a portion of mexico near the border of luth lukeville, s arizona. family and friends are remembering a pregnant teen who died after shoveling during last weekend's blizzard. there were lots of hugs and tears last night as loved ones lit candles in memory of 18-year-old brianna and her unborn daughter. it took place at a memorial. she was eight months pregnant and suffered from several heart defects. her unborn baby did not survive.
>> she was so excited to be a mom. she had everything. she looked forward every day wake up and feeling a kick. >> an autopsy was performed last week. the results and official cause of death are pending further investigation. in philadelphia, a teenager is facing charges after a gun went off during a fight inside benjamin franklin high school. the incident happened friday in a stairwell at the school on broad street and spring garden. witnesses say a group of students was fighting in the hallway. the gun went off shortly after that. a mercer county woman is in custody this morning in the beating death of her mother-in-law. police arrested tasneem diwan
friday night in a casino. police found her mother-in-law's body on tuesday night in her home. officers say a 911 call led them there. according to prosecutors, she died after she was hit in the head several times with a heavy object. investigators are not saying what led to the attack. philadelphia police are looking for men who may have flashed a phony police bag during a robbery. this happened in bustleton. >> across cape may, people are evaluating the damage from the flooding from last week. it is currently at $67 million, and it suspected to ride. we are in need, our people are in need.
>> lawmakers in wildwood say they are in touch with the governor's office and are awaiting a response on their request. talking about the weather outside, dozens of runners braved the cold and snow for a unique race that's gaining some popularity. more than 60 people competed in the annual pennsylvania snowshoe race yesterday. runners took a 5 kilometer path through snow-covered hills and trails, organizers tell the us there's a lot more folks this year than last year, which tells them this is going to be a popular event. good sunday morning, waking up, your weather headlines have us warming up. we will stay on the mild side as we move through the next couple of days. as we start our work week. we do have rain on the way, especially in that seven-day forecast. temperature reading right now in philadelphia, 32 degrees. we have winds out of the
west-southwest at 5 miles per hour. we will stay dry today. our temperature reading is going be moving up, up, and up. 37 in the poconos. a bit of a warm push there. mainly in the upper 20s north and west of philadelphia. 27 degrees in mount holly. you get that, a chilly start if you're heading out. put a coat on for sure, maybe even the gloves. this afternoon readings bumping up to the 40s, 50s even. want to show you the trend we're setting up for as we move closer to the work week. we are looking to get close to 60 tomorrow. 53 tuesday. and then 63 is a potential midweek. the warm air stays in place, we are definitely going to be trending upward. we see satellite right here, bringing in some clouds, we have sunshine and pretty skies out there now. but clouds hanging around. we do have a rainmaker over here to the great lakes, this will
stay to the north. we should stay dry, at least for now. as we move monday the picture will change. i wanted to show you where this mild air is coming from. warmer temperatures in the south. milder air setting in place and that will hem help our temperat bump monday, tuesday and wednesday. so milder conditions, 46 to 53 for temperatures across the region. seven-day forecast, if you're looking for warmer weather, you want that snow pack to melt down, maybe you found it tough to got to your mailbox because of the snow drift, that will be melting, and there will be some runoff. temperature readings will help with that. look at this, 53, 58, 52 on tuesday. by wednesday, we're just about 15 degrees or so above average, above where we should be. looking for the chance of rain on monday.
drying out tuesday. but then rain for wednesday that's looking at about 100%. some of that rain could be heavy. we may get an embedded thunderstorm there. then we slowly scale downward temperature-wise. by next weekend we should be on target at about 40 degrees. rosemary? >> thanks. we all know and love him here in philly, now vai sikahema is getting honored in hawaii. we'll tell you about his latest accomplishment highlighting his pre-broadcasting career on the football field.
screen actors guild life achievement award to carol burnett. >> carol burnett took home the lifetime achievement award in los angeles last night. she got a standing ovation from the crowd of a-listers as she was escorted to the stage by steve carell. the ceremony honors the best in film and vision. some of the night's other big winners included leonardo dicaprio, and idris elba. spotlight won for best ensemble cast, and michael keaton dedicated his win to the people of flint, michigan. rapper snoop dogg is in flint trying to see what he can do to help the residents are the water crisis. snoop is one of several celebrities getting involved in an to find a solution to the lead contamination in the drinking water. earlier this month actor mark wahlberg and puff daddy donated
1 million bottles of water to flint from their join company. today the 2016 fifa world women's player of the year, carly lloyd, will appear at the philadelphia auto show. she will give a speech and treat visitors to a soccer demonstration this afternoon. hundredsed the pennsylvania convention center in center city yesterday to check out the newest, fastest and most exotic vehicles. you can check them out close, look under the hood, get in the driver's seat, handle the controls, you just can't drive off. the auto show runs through next sunday night. this morning, we want to offer congratulations to a member of our nbc 10 family. our own vai sikahema is now a hall of famer. yesterday vai was inducted into the polynesian football hall of fame in honolulu. here is vai celebrating in
style. that's him on the right. you can see him in the skirt, and in the tuxedo. vai is the first native of tonga in the south pacific to play in the nfl. he made the pro bowl twice. if you're a long-time eagles fan you will never forget this moment in vai's career. before that he was a national champion at brigham young university. >> it means a great deal for us and our community to be -- means a great deal to me to honor the great legacy we have as polynesians. the history that we have in playing american football. >> one of the nicest and most humble people you will ever meet. again, our congratulations to vai and family. he always makes us proud. the time is 7:26 on this sunday. if you do not have health insurance, you are facing a
deadline today. nbc 10's drew smith is here with what you need to know. >> there is help out there if you it we'll tell you where the ep ro enrollment events are today and what you should look for as you're signing up. >> a nice forecast on tap if you're just heading out. we have sunshine for you. the city skyline looking decent for sure. temperatures on a chilly note this morning but warming up later today. if you're ready for some of that snow to melt, get set. i'll have a full forecast and a look at seven-day after the break.
healthcare deadline, if you are not insured, you will have to get it done today. we're live with what you need to know and how to get help enrolling. i think we're in for a warmup, too much snow, too much cold weather. we are waiting for the temperatures to climb today. they will, plus they'll be soaring higher tomorrow and in the week ahead. we'll talk about that in a moment. good morning, welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors, it's 7:30 on this sunday. to the first alert forecast. meteorologist karen thomas is watching everything happening out there for us. >> you bet, good morning, rosema rosemary. if you a heading out, you need a hat and gloves, it is chilly out there but it's warming up. it will feel mild up on the slopes today because of the southwesterly wind. right now that's kicking in at the poconos at 9 miles per hour,
5 in philadelphia, dover at 12 miles per hour. this warm air is coming from the south-southwest where temperatures are really warm in the southwestern states that air is on the move. temperatures right now, on the chilly side for sure. 32 in philadelphia, 28 in wilmington, temperatures steady climbing as we move on through our sunday afternoon. there's the seven-day, that just popped up. look at the temperature readings, 53, 58, by wednesday we're looking for rain, pote potential heavy rain, but temperature reading in the low to mid 60s. kind of interesting. i'll explain more when i come back. new from overnight, philadelphia police are looking for a killer after a man was shot as many as a dozen times in the backseat of a car. it happened along south 60th street in west philadelphia just after 11:00 last night.
the victim fell out of the car as police arrived on the scene. they took him to the hospital where he died. there is no word of an arrest. we're a day away from the iowa caucuses. the first true test for the candidates running for president. lauren mayk reports from irvi irvindale, iowa. >> reporter: we are in irving dale, just outside of des moines and this is the ballroom of a ramada hotel. this is a rally for marco rubio. and this is the kind of event will you see across iowa in the final push on caucus night. this is by far our largest crowd, not just this day but this week. >> reporter: senator marco rubio walked out to a packed room, there were hundreds here, but not everyone was convinced yet. >> i'm not settled yet. >> reporter: who is the other one you're considering? >> cruz. >> reporter: elizabeth johnson has less than 48 hours to decide.
do you usually know at this point? >> yes. >> reporter: why is this year different? >> well, number one, there's more people involved. >> reporter: she wasn't the only one on the fence. >> why are you here? >> i haven't decided who i'm caucusing for yet, so i'm just out listening to candidates this weekend. >> bernie sanders! >> reporter: it's why candidates are out across the state, trying to reach iowans with just the right pitch. including republican ted cruz in ames, iowa, democrat bernie sanders in manchester, and democrat hillary clinton, joined by daughter, chelsea, in carroll. rubio already won some over. >> i'm going to caucus for marco. >> reporter: what convinced you? >> i find him inspirational. >> reporter: but mia bragg showed me photos of at least ten candidates she went to see. >> wow, you really did see a lot of candidates. >> yeah. >> reporter: it led her here, where some are still making that final decision. not everyone is decided yet but the rubio team is passing out these to folks who come here,
instructions on how to caucus and a commitment card to support him. i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> you can count on nbc 10 for complete coverage of the all-important iowa caucuses and all the major stops on the campaign trail. lauren is reporting through tuesday. you can tune in on air and online with the nbc 10 app, and online at nbc10.com. presidential candidates ted cruz, marco rubio and bernie sanders will be talking with moderator chuck todd on "meet the press," that comes your way this morning at 10:30 on nbc 10. before that, chuck will be joining me live for a preview of his show. that's coming your way in just a few minutes, about ten minutes from now. if you or somebody you know does not have health insurance, there's a very important deadline today. it's the last chance to sign up for coverage under the affordable care act. nbc 10's drew smith is live in the digital operations center to explain where to find help if you need it. >> the federal government has spent a lot of time and money public siding this deadline. working to get people out to help people sign up.
here is our area, you can go to methodist hospital in south philadelphia from 10:00 to 3:00 today. the hospital is on south broad street, or head to ceiba. that's on west susquehanna street. in montgomery county, you will find an independence blue cross mobile today at the bala cynwyd shopping center, that's at 10:00 this morning. we have video of that mobile center. people can climb right up and speak with licensed insurance agents. last year the procrastinators got an extension past the deadline. healthcare officials say that won't happen this time. if you don't have the insurance, you will have to pay a fine when you file your taxes. experts say the benefits have changed in the marketplace, which may help low-income people. >> even if you looked before, take another look. it takes five minutes of your time to see what affordable than ever. we've had tens of thousands of members this year whose
subsidies this year are greater than last year. >> you have until midnight to enroll. this next one is a story about good samaritans springing into action. this cell phone video shows a group of bystanders taking down a man who they say mugged a woman with a box cutter. according to police, the alleged attacker struggled with the woman in the queen ann shopping center in fair also hills. he tried to take her purse. he did get her wallet and took off running. that's when three bystanders chased down the man and held him until officers arrived. ron roberts told us he saw the commotion during his lunch break so he decided to take out his phone and start recording. >> these guys were big. they threw him over the snow. they had his head in the snow, they wouldn't let him get up. they made sure he was going to jail today. >> police arrested the suspect. he's facing robbery charges. the victim suffered a small cut to her lip. next, the search for a
suspect. police say this man is responsible for stabbing a septa rider. an update on the investigation. please stand down. this was never meant to be an armed standoff. time to go home. that's the message from the leader of the protesters involved in that standoff at an oregon wildlife refuge. we will hear more of his plea.
good sunday morning, i'm meteorologist karen thomas, if you're just waking up this morning, a nice day on tap. no matter what your plans may be, maybe headed to xfinity live for winter jam or to the auto show, i think you'll like the forecast. we are dry today, cold start, 32 in philadelphia, only 28 in wilmington. a little warmer down towards the shore. satellite showing us we do have some clouds around. clouds may thicken this afternoon. we will stay dry, and we are looking for mild conditions. sun and clouds the call, 46 to 53 across the region for high temperatures. winds out of the southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. we have a warming trend and we have rain on the way. stay tuned, i'll have your
complete forecast with a look at the seven-day in a bit. > > >> oh, man, they're in trouble. it's stolen! the sixers will tie it! >> wow. the sixers try to work some late game magic against the warriors. we'll tell you if they pulled off the upset. and caucus breakdown. "meet the press" moderator chuck todd joins us to talk about the tough race and whether trump it win the iowa caucuses. ♪
this morning philadelphia police are zeroing in on the man who allegedly stabbed a septa bus rider on friday. investigators hope the new surveillance video will help them identify the attacker. according to the investigators, he couldn't pay the fare, so the driver told him to get off at the next stop. he refused. police say that's when he and another passenger started fighting and the argument spilled into the street. that led to this stabbing. it was local tv news viewer
who helped catch three escaped prisoners. one turned himself in on friday. yesterday police caught up with the other two in a san francisco parking lot after a woman spotted the van they allegedly stole. a teacher at the jail she escaped from was arrested on thursday. she is accused of showing men maps of the facility that may have helped them escape. >> we don't have information to determine that it was romantic, but we do know it was closer and much more personal than it should have been. >> that's law enforcement speaking about the relationship between the teacher and the inmates. the teacher is being held at the same jail where she taught. she goes to court tomorrow. the leader of protesters engaged in a standoff at a wildlife oregon refuge is calling for them to go home. ammon bundy send the message from phone from jail. >> please stand down. this was never meant to be an armed standoff.
we only came to expose abuse and educate people about their rights and protect them and advise them of the constitution of the united states. please do not make this something it was not meant to be. go home to your families. >> despite that message, the four people remaining at the oregon wildlife refuge are holding their position. 11 people including the group's leader were arrested earlier this week. one man was killed by authorities after they say he threatened them with a gun. in colorado, the motorcycle expo in denver is still on today despite a deadly shootout and stabbing there earlier this weekend. one person was killed and seven others were hurt during the melee near the denver coliseum. the fight was between two biker gangs. police are interviewing a person of interest. investigators believe there was more than one shooter.
now to that deadly avalanche in western canada. the area where it happened is closed off while experts investigate what caused it. five snowmobilers were killed friday in mcbride, british columbia. at the time of the avalanche there were almost 150 snowmobilers riding around in the area. four different groups were buried when the snow came down. in total 17 people got caught in the avalanche. crews managed to rescue 12 of them. good sunday morning to you. this time last week everybody was digging out. now we're getting ready for a warming trend. things are warming up. we'll stay mild today. we do have some rain on the way. stay tuned for the seven-day forecast. you'll see that. chilly out there now. 32 degrees, but temperatures are on the upswing. winds out of the west-northwest. temperatures in the 20s.
warmer in the poconos. 32 in philadelphia. close to 40 in atlantic city. 43 down there in extreme south jersey in cape may. we talk about a warming trend. look at this. sunday, monday, tuesday, wednesday. temperatures ticking upwards. 40 degrees is our average high temperature this time of year. we are looking to be about 15 degrees above where we should be by wednesday. satellite, no flurries that banner is wrong up there. no flurries, no precip today. satellite showing us clouds. rain in the great lakes, but that will stay to our north. we will be dry today with clouds. want to show you where the winds are coming from bringing the mild air from the south-southwest. we are looking for milder air to stay with us. that will help to bump temperatures over the next four days. sun and clouds are our call today. really pretty nice. if you're headed outdoors,
enjoy. you will want to bundle up this morning, late today a light jacket as we top out in the 50s. winds out of the southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. here we go. i'll back out of the way. you can see the seven-day forecast. groundhog day on tuesday. we should be dry on toouz. have the umbrellas monday. look at the temperature readings, 58 for monday. 52 tuesday. yes, a real potential of at least getting close to our record of 62 degrees if not breaking it with the possibility of some heavy rain on wednesday and possibility of an embedded thunderstorm as well. we'll have to see. we cool off towards the end of the week. 7:49 on this sunday. a few minutes before the start of the "today" show at 8:00. we check in with erica hill and craig melvin. they join us live from new york. erica, i think i saw you, like, 12 hours ago. >> i think you did. >> it's called the peacock hat trick at 30 rock, when you do
"today," nightly and two hours of msnbc. >> i'm slacking today, i'm only doing this show. just ahead on a sunday morning on "today" w one day to go now to the iowa caucuses, the candidates are fanning out across the state in full force. a new poll shows hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck and neck, and donald trump surging past ted cruz. and bill cosby due back in court this week. why his lawyers say the sex assault case dans him should be thrown out. and the story of a retiring police officer going to great lengths to keep his ka ncanine partner, despite an attempt by the state to auction off the dog to the highest bidder. and a terrific story about how some talented but unlikely artists are being discovered. >> we'll have that and much more when we get started on "today"
at 8:00. the first votes of decision 2016 will be cast tomorrow in iowa. the candidates for president are down to the wire and harvesting a deep crop in the caucuses. joining us this morning is chuck todd from "meet the press." >> love the farming analogies here. very nice. >> let's start with the closest race, the democrats. bernie sanders and hillary clinton are polling practically in a statistical tie. did anybody see this coming including the clintons? >> just imagine what your first question was to me. you asked me about the closer race and it was the democratic side. three months ago we were only talking about the republican side. look, obviously here, that's what we'll find out monday night, is whether bernie sanders, has he inspired enough first-time caucusgoers? is it a heart versus head contest? he needs a high turnout.
he needs a turnout that looks more like 2008 where barack obama surprised hillary clinton that time. if it's an average turnout, usual suspects, hillary clinton wins. if we see a surge, that's good news for sanders. >> i think we heard donald trump say this morning that it doesn't matter if you're sick, if your wife's going to leave you, you have to get out there and caucus. let's talk about the republicans. what about this match-up between trump and cruz? trump ahead by five points. did the fact he skipped the debate this past week, did it make any difference? what's going on here? >> it's interesting. the cruz campaign swears that donald trump was impacted by missing the debate. but the evidence so far in any of the numbers we've seen, we have not seen that evidence. there's a reason why donald trump is talking to people, you got to go, you got to go no matter what is going on in your house, he's relying hard on first-time caucusgoers.
i was talking to folks at a trump rally a couple nights ago, and there were a few of them who had not voted in any election in 20 years. that's why some are skeptical if this trump lead can hold because he's relying on a bunch of people who have never done this before. this is not showing up, dropping in a ballot, walking out. that's why trump's lead is viewed with a bit of skepticism. >> we'll have to see how it all plays out. chuck todd live for us in iowa, thank you very much. >> all right. presidential candidates ted cruz, marco rubio and bernie sanders will talk with chuck todd this morning on "meet the press." it comes your way at 10:30.
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it's stolen! the sixers are going to tie it! >> the sixers had a chance for a huge upset against the golden state warriors. they tied it up with under 30 seconds left in the game. but then harrison barnes hit a three-pointer to seal the deal with less than a second on the clock. warriors win 108-105. next up forty-s the sixers, the host atlanta. registration for the blue cross broad street run begins tomorrow. if you're not running, you can
watch the race live in the comfort of your own home, right here on nbc 10. it's our second year broadcasting it. >> that is awesome that race has done nothing but grow. if you're out jogging today, taking a run, you'll like the forecast. sun and clouds on tap today. a beautiful start to our sunday morning. crisp out there. temperatures mainly in the upper 20s, lower 30s. we will be bumping up in the temperature department, check this out. 53 for a high today. closer to 60 tomorrow. chance of showers tomorrow afternoon, and then groundhogs day on tuesday, which is kind of interesting. 52 for a high. these are well above normal high temperatures this time of year. we could be sort of teetering on the record high in philadelphia come wednesday. some rain on wednesday. we get closer to normal, 40 degrees is our average high temperature. kind of funny considering what we were dealing with a week ago. >> i'll take that 63 degree weather. >> you and i. >> that will do it for us for
good morning. down to the wire. just one day now to go until the iowa caucuses. the candidates making their final pitches in the hawkeye state as a new poll shows donald trump surging past ted cruz and hillary clinton holding on to a very slight edge over bernie sanders. we're live in iowa. back behind bars. a day after an escaped inmate turns himself in, his two accomplices are caught in a dramatic takedown, ending a week-long manhunt in california. >> it was clear to us that these people were armed and dangerous. >> this morning, the big tip that led to their capture. the award goes to diversity. a huge night at the screen actors guild awards, the wins taking on new meaning on the heels of that oscar so white criticism. >> thank you,