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hopefuls are making a final push in iowa, just one day before the caucuses and a new poll shows every candidate has to make the effort. now to a live look outside at boathouse row in philadelphia. temperatures are slowly starting to climb. the warmup will continue into the work week. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 9:00 on this sunday. meteorologist karen thomas is tracking that weekend weather for us. we will wrap up on a high note. >> yes, indeed. a high note, warmer note for sure. we need a warmer break considering what we've endured over the last week with the
snow, the flooding. we're ready for some melting and some runoff for shore. a live look at cape may, never get tired of this picture. looking quite beautiful. a few wispy clouds around. the temperature reading down in cape may, 46 degrees. so, beautiful morning to bundle up and take a stroll on the beach, the boardwalk. 38 now in philadelphia. so these temperature readings chilly out there but ticking up quite quickly. radar satellite showing we are dry, we have clouds around. clouds will stay with us through the afternoon. the call is for sun and clouds, milder conditions. 46 to 53 for high temperatures across the region. i'll be back with the full four cast in a bit. now to decision 2016, we are just a day away from the iowa caucuses. the first true test for the candidates running for president. in what's expected to be the final poll before the caucuses, donald trump with 28% holds a five-point lead on ted cruz in the republican field. then it's marco rubio and ben
carson, everybody else in single digits. now to the democrats, polling shows hillary clinton with just a three-point lead over bernie sanders. in the final hours before the caucuses, all of the candidates are crisscrossing iowa to lure in the voters. >> reporter: we are in irvindale, 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 are reporting live from iowa 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. hillary clinton has another endorsement, one with a philadelphia connection. more than two dozen african-american ministers pledged their support to clinton after meeting with her at mother bethel ame church in society hill on wednesday. new from overnight, two police officers were punched in the face while responding to a fight in northeast philadelphia. the assaulted officers will be okay. it happened around 3:00 this morning at the good life lounge on bustleton avenue. officers arrived to find a large crowd gathered at the scene.
while there appeared to be several shell casings on the ground there are no reports of anybody shot. police did arrest three people who face disorderly conduct charges. philadelphia police are looking for a killer after a man was shot a number of times in the backseat of a car. as many as a dozen times it happened around 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. police have not made any arrests in this case. in the lehigh valley, two teenagers shot in the street are in the hospital this morning with serious injuries. police are looking for the gunman who did it. officers in bethlehem found the victims lying on east 6th street near lynn avenue. someone shot the teenage boys several times near a church. the victims are just 14 and 16. police tell us that the teens were walking when someone drove up and started firing shots. medics rushed the victims to the
hospital. we checked earlier this morning, one teen remains in critical condition. the other is in serious condition. nbc 10 spoke to a witness who did not want to reveal her identity, but explains what she saw. >> the first one was down over there. and then the other one was, like, running. and then he got him over there, with two shots. i guess he got him with one of them. >> police are now conducting interviews and following leads in this case. if you have information, you're asked to give them a call. 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. investigators tell us the suspect eventually stabbed the victim and took off. that passenger remains in critical but stable condition. this morning philly police are looking for the men who may have flashed a phony police badge during a robbery. it happened behind the delaware valley "sportscenter" in bustleton. the two men stole some cash. a hero dog nearly killed trying to protect his owner against an attacker is on the road to recovery this morning. earlier this month rhino was shot in the leg during a home invasion in philadelphia's frankford neighborhood. his owner, nakia pyatt was killed. now pyatt's family and sister have stepped up to care for the 7-month-old pit bull boxer mix. >> it's been a horrible month but rhino has been giving us peace.
i'm happy the doctors cleared him and he's normal again. he still has the bullet embedded in him, but he's a happy, big boy. >> veterinarians say rhino should make a full recovery. authorities have now filed charges against a teenager after his gun went off inside a philadelphia high school. police arrested the teen early yesterday. the incident happened on friday in a stairwell at the school on broad street and spring garden. nobody was hurt. witnesses say a group of students was fighting in the hallway. the gun went off shortly after that. students in philadelphia are trying to checkmate violence with help from the city's new police commissioner. hundreds of the city's best young chess players challenged each other in north philadelphia yesterday. commissioner richard ross was there having fun racing the kids outside. the checkmate violence chess marathon aims to promote safe and engaging after-school activities. this weekend 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 gurloff 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 still pending. it may be a long road to recovery down the shore for flood victims. what the mayor of wildwood is demanding to help those in need.
go, colder in allentown, 28. 43 in beach haven. 44 at the ac airport. it's 46 degrees in cape may. so that's the call here across the region today. warmer temperatures, milder conditions, winds out of the south-southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. i'll be back with rain on the way in a bit. >> i don't know how to swim. >> don't go in. don't go in. >> this woman and her dog found themselves in a little bit of trouble this weekend in iowa. the woman who can't swim was pleading for help from bystanders after her dog got swept up in the current of the des moines river. people shouted at her to stay out of the water fearing her and her pet would be swept away. a good samaritan from out of town came to the rescue and brought the dog safely to dry land. to news from our jerry shore
bureau, it's been one week since the blizzard of 2016 slammed the east coast and crippled parts of the jersey shore. yesterday the american red cross organized a one-stop shop for residents in need to meet with soceqh1áq)vice agencies and with local charities. yesterday some of them had their first look at the damage caused by the storm. across cape may county officials estimate $67 million in damage. the mayor of wildwood tells us that number will likely rise and now he's demanding federal and state aid. >> we're in need. our people are in need. and we don't want to be slighted because it was bad but it wasn't as bad as it was in north jersey. >> lawmakers in wildwood say they are in touch with the governor's office and they are waiting for a response. the time is 9:14 on this sunday. 37 degrees outside. still to come on nbc 10 news, some good samaritans in bucks county spring into action to
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in camden, students and their families had opportunities to learn about dozens of public schools this weekend. it was the first city-wide school fair. part of the city's new open enrollment city in which families can apply to the public school of their choosing. the deadline is march 1st. time to check on this week's wednesday's child. he's a bright child interested in a career in law enforcement. he is hoping for a loving and supportive family to help him achieve his goals.
>> trey, billy. nice meet you. this is my partner, eric. i heard you wanted to become a cop? >> s.w.a.t. >> even better, you're in the right spot. >> trey can be quiet at first but opens up quickly to reveal a bright and inquisitive mind. he loves to be active in outdoors, fishing orring. he also has tons of philly pride and has thoughts of a career in law enforcement. so he got a chance to learn firsthand all about it from philly s.w.a.t. philly s.w.a.t. in. >> he had a great time checking out the equipment and operating the surveillance robot. >> drive it around. >> the robot, it drives up the steps, that was cool. it's like a high-tech remote troll car that can do more. >> i think he's very focused in what he wants and he's ambitious. >> reporter: trey has been in care for a long time and has been through a lot in his life. he needs a family that's committed and willing to put in the time to show him what a stable and loving family can offer. >> a family that will not give up on him, one that can commit
to him and help him achieve the goals that he would like to achieve. >> reporter: he would thrive in a supportive and caring environment. >> i think every family can give you the same thing, which is love. that's all you need from a family. there's no such thing as a perfect family, no such thing as anything that's perfect. it's just something that's good. >> he's hoping to meet that forever family soon. >> you want me to fix that? >> trey is this week's wednesday's child. >> if you would like to make trey's dream come true, go to nbc.com and search rens's chiwe chil child. >> all right. checking our early sunday morning forecast, you need a coat if you're heading out early, then we will be warming up. maybe just a light jacket or even a heavy sweater later on today.
we will stay mild as we move through the afternoon. temperatures in the upper 40s, lower 50s, as we move through our sunday and we do have rain on the way. you'll see that in the seven-day. right now currently in philadelphia, 38 degrees. we have winds out of the west-southwest at 9, pushing that mild air our direction. we can see the temperatures across the region. 39 degrees, almost 40 degrees in the poconos at this early hour. we do still have a cold front here with allentown and reading. the closer we get to philadelphia, the bit of a warmer bump we get. 41 in glassboro. 44 in atlantic city. 46 in cape may. mid 40st in southern delaware. speaking of the warming trend, this is where we jekt our temperatures to head, 53 today, close 60 tomorrow. 53 on tuesday, we could tango with the record of 62 in
philadelphia by wednesday. remember, average high temperature this time of year, 40 degrees. we are well above that. a few clouds around this morning. mainly sunshine out there right now, looking for heavier cloud cover this afternoon. a low over the great lakes will bring snow showers to iowa, ohio, western pennsylvania. this system developing and starts to move. we have another temperature down to the south. we are dry today. the mild air stays in place. we watch our temperatures climb. all the snow pack that's still out there, you might be ready to see your front lawn that runoff will be occurring over the next couple of days. the snow melt and the runoff. from monday morning, waking up early tomorrow morning, again, we have sun and clouds in the forecast. we watch as the system moves our way. it's in the rain formation, this
model showing showers late day, mid afternoon. a few clouds behind it. but then we moderate things on tuesday and we should be dry for tuesday with nothing but sunshine. so, have the um brbrellas handyr monday, 46 to 53 degrees. the seven-day forecast, taking it all the way through. you can see this boost in the temperatures, umbrellas for monday. tuesday, groundhogs day, we should be dry. and then wednesday, front moves through. yes, rain may be heavy, but that warmer temperature could bring us a thunderstorm. rosemary? >> thanks. >> the four holdouts in the standoff at the oregon wildlife refuge get a message from their leader behind bars. we'll explain why they're not heeding his calls.
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those guys were big. they threw him over the snow. they had his head in the snow. they weren't letting him get up. >> the right time and right place for these guys proved to be the wrong time and place for one alleged crook. coming up, the story of the good samaritans in bucks county who took down a suspected thief.
today is the final day you can sign up to get health insurance under the affordable care act for 2016. we have you covered with what you need to know to get enrolled. and we're off to a chilly start, though down the shore in cape may it's a bit warmer than it is in philadelphia. we do have some warmer weather on the way for everybody this week. we'll flirt with temperatures in the 60s. we'll talk about the timing of it in the first alert forecast. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 9:30 this sunday. let's check in with meteorologist karen thomas. all that show we shoveled last week will be melting today. >> that's right. sit back and watch the runoff. that's what will be occurring with the warming temperatures and the rain. if you're ready to say good-bye to the snow drifts out in front
of your driveway, i think the next four days forecast will take care of some of it for you. right now we have wispy white clouds around. it's chilly outside. 38 degrees in philadelphia. temperatures are bumping quic y quickly. almost 50 in south jersey. check out wildwood. sunshine on the docket for now. we will stay with a mix of sun and clouds today. milder conditions, though, 46 to 53 for high temperatures across the region. winds out of the southwest to thank for milder air pushing in. that will be the trend over the next four days. when i come back, i'll talk to you about the chance for rain and fog moving into the area tonight through the overnight hours and we'll look at the seven-day. >> we'll see you shortly. >> the deadline is here. today is your last chance to sign up for health insurance this year under the affordable care act.
nbc 10's drew smith is live in bala cynwyd at an enrollment center where you can get help in about 30 minutes. >> that's right. this is what independence blue cross is calling its mobile enrollment center. they will open up 10:00 this morning. you can walk right in. there are computers for anyone to use if you need to sign up. last year the government allowed procrastinators an extension on this, but they say that won't happen this time. today is the day to get this done. if you go uninsured will you have to pay a minimum of $695 in penalties when you file your taxes. the people here say take advantage of the help today, make sure you have churinsuranc when you wake up tomorrow. >> health insurance for some folks is not easy. so we want to make sure we have all the resources everybody needs to make the decision that's right for them and their family. >> there is more help available. you go to the methodist hospital in south philly from 10:00 to
3:00. that hospital is on south broad street. or head to ceiba in west kensington. there will be enrollments and income tax help from 10:00 to 5:00 p.m. they will be assist assisting i spanish as well. if you wanted to make changes to your healthcare, that deadline is also today. you have until midnight do that. crews were called to a house fire in the logan section of the neighborhood. 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. >> this next one is a story about some good samaritans springing into action. this cell phone video shows a group of bystanders taking down a man whom they say mugged a woman with a box cutter.
this happened yesterday at the queen ann shopping center in bucks county. according to police, the alleged attacker struggled with the woman trying 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. a new castle county man on the run is now a suspect in a murder investigation. last night an arrest warrant was issue ford gregory parker. he was considered a person of interest in the death of 47-year-old sean spence. officers found spence dead inside parker's new castle county home on thursday night.
the two men knew each other. anyone with information on parker's whereabouts should call police. there's no word on a motive but prosecutors are accusing a mercer county woman of murder 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. the four people who remain in a standoff with federal officials at an oregon wildlife refuge are holding their ground. the fbi says it is trying to resolve the situation peacefully, but the protesters say they're afraid they may be forcibly removed in order to end
the month-long standoff. the group's lead eeleader, ammo sent a message to by 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. >> one man was killed earlier this week during some of the arrests of those protesters. this morning we are learning that the u.s. government helped mexican authorities deliver another blow to capture drug ki ki
kingpin 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 lukeville, arizona. rapper snoop dogg is in flint, michigan right now trying to see what he can do to help residents there who are dealing with the water crisis.>j he met with the mayor yesterday. snoop is one of several celebrities getting involved in an to find a solution to the lead contamination in the water supply. earlier this month actor mark wahlberg and puff daddy donated 1 million bottles of water to flint from their joint company. two inmates who escaped from a california jail are back behind bars. now the focus of the case turns to how they escaped and who may
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>> a shadow i see. you can start to twitt twitter #sixmoreweeksofwinter. >> mm-hmm. most people do not want to hear that on groundhog day, which is coming up on tuesday. if punxsutawney phil sees his shadow, we're supposed to see six more weeks of winter. how accurate is phil? it may be better to flip a coin. since 1988 the groundhog was right 13 times, wrong 15 times. let's check in with meteorologist karen thomas and get her opinion on punxsutawney phil what do you think? >> everybody needs an excuse to get up at 5:00 a.m. and go up to
punxsutawney and drink hop apple cider and whatever else. he is kind of cute for a vermin. if you're looking for the snow pack to melt, you will be happy. look at this. 48 degrees already in wildwood. 44 in atlantic city. lower 50s across the region today for high temperatures. it will be a nice sunday all in all. milder conditions will stay with us. you'll be interested to know temperature readings will be well above average during the next couple of days. we do have rain in the forecast as well. i'll be back with a look at that in the seven-day. >> let's talk about 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. back in the u.s. in colorado, the motorcycle expo in denver is still on today despite a deadly shootout and a stabbing will 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. the hospital where the victims were taken had to be put on a lockdown as a precaution.
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's due in court tomorrow. new this morning in nigeria, a man who hid in a tree says he watched boko haram extremists firebomb a local village filled with children yesterday. the attack lasted for four hours. the witness says three female suicide bombers detonated their vests as people tried to flee to safety. the man survived by staying in
that tree until soldiers arrived. peace talks to end the civil war in syria are hitting a snag in geneva. rebel leaders arrived yesterday. they are scheduled to meet with a u.n. mediator today but the group says they will not participate in direct talks with the government until bombing is st stopped in areas that are under rebel control. millions of people are displaced. before he was a broadcast pioneer and a member of the nbc 10 family, our own vai sikahema was doing this on the gridiron. now it's time to congratulate vai who is now a hall of famer. yesterday vai was inducted into the polynesian football hall of fame in honolulu. 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.
1992. before that he was a national champion at brigham young university. here's vai and his wife at induction ceremony in hawaii yesterday. here he is celebrating in style. yeah. that's him on the right. vai told an interviewer out in hawaii that it feels good to be a football immortal. >> here's the unique thing about our people and our culture, off the field we're very laid back, everybody who lives in hawaii, knows everything is cool. but we also know that when we play, we play with a ferocity and a passion that sort of invokes our warrior heritage. 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. >> our congratulations to vai
sikahema and his family. couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. 9:45 on this sunday. still to come in sports -- >> can't just come in here and coast, expecting to show up and win. the sixers give the world champions a run for their money in what may be the sixers best game of the year. we'll show you how it played out coming up.
checking the forecast, hopefully you have outdoor plans today. maybe you're headed to the auto show, maybe you're going to be outside for a soccer game, something going on.zwru i guess that would have to be indoors because we still have snow on the ground in most places. that snow will be melting over the next couple of days. mild conditions today. warmer temperatures on the way. we have the talk of rain as well. 38 degrees in philadelphia.
winds out of the west-southwest at 9. temperatures across the region mainly in the 30s now. the 40s the closer we get to the shore. 42 in glassboro, 44 in atlantic city. 46 in cape may. the mild temperatures are going to stay with us. well above average over the next couple of days. 53 our high temperature for today. we're looking at close to 60 on monday. 53 tuesday. look at that, that's a record 63 on wednesday. 62 is the record set in 2006. we'll be tangoing with that. a few clouds around now, but this system from the great lakes is pushing clouds out in front of that. we could see cloudier skies thicken as we move sunday afternoon into tonight. mild conditions stay put, and we are calling for mostly sunny
skies. just clouds around as we move on through. by early tomorrow morning, cloud shield thicker, and then some shower activity, just a chance variety, see that at 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. this model has some showers making its way off the jersey shore tomorrow afternoon. few clouds behind tx then we dry out for tuesday, groundhog day. we will see how that shapes up. for today, milder conditions. if you're heading outside, 46 to 53. not too bad. let's go ahead to the seven-day forecast and show you what's in store. wednesday is going to be interesting.
good morning, i'm danny pommells from comcast sportsnet. days when the wells fargo center was the place to be. steph curry and the world champion golden state warriors in town to face the sixers. this one lived up to the hype -- game of the year. late second quarter, steph curry off the screen. blast drains the three. warriors up big at the half. fourth quarter, the sixers fighting back. down 8. noel on the business and the alley-oop. building about to come off the hinges. curry, strong to the bucket. back to a six point lead. later a two-point game. under 30 to go. isaiah cannon, the great steal, ish smith ahead of the pack. six to flush. the game is tied. the place is going bananas. however champions do what champions do. harrison barnes, far side, cash money with the wide open three. less than a second remaining, that's the game winner. warriors beat the sixers, 108-105. here is curry on getting the sixers best effort. >> every night we play, going to be the team's best game most likely. and we have that mindset you can't just come in and coast and
can't come in and expecting to show up and win. >> you enjoy the atmosphere kind of situation. >> yes, special night. the nhl all star festivities taking place in nashville. the flyers get the second half underway tuesday at home against the canadians. claude giroux in nashville representing the flyers. participated in the skills competition. look at the stickhandling from g here. weaving the puck in and out. then he practiced in the accuracy competition. the man known as g capped things off with a sick goal in the shootout competition. have a look. sunday the main event, the all-star game, beginning at 4:30 on nbc sports network. we turn to baseball now. spring training is less than three weeks away, this is the first spring training post cole hamels after being traded to the
rangers last season. he made a return saturday hosting a pitching clinic. to benefit the foundation. he is splitting time between here and texas. cole was asked about the process his former team was going through and whether it will work. >> it always does, there's nothing better to play in front of these fans. i know they have to go through a couple hard years. but they'll be back out sellout after sellout for years, those guys are going to reap the benefit and the organization is going to do very well with that. >> st. joe's and rhode island locking it up. good for the hawks in this match-up. bembre with the feed and the kid can jump. finishes with two hands. hawks beat rhode island 64-55. st. joe's now 18-3 on the season. australian women's open final, angelique kerber never even played in a grand slam finale, yesterday she beats the world's best player for the championship. serena williams. here's a look at her winning on match point. kerber is overcome with emotion. wins her first grand slam title. other notes to pass along,
lasalle lost to dayton, drexel took it on the chin from hofstra and penn loses to brown. that's sports, i'm danny pommels from comcast sportsnet. 9:54 on this sunday. just about 37 degrees outside. soccer fans, the next one is for you. today is your chance to meet home-grown olympic gold medalist carli lloyd. how you can meet the world cup champ.
this your's show features more than 700 cars, trucks and motorcycles. you can check under the hood, sit in a driver's seat, just about anything, you just can't take them off the lot. the auto show runs through next sunday night. today the 2016 fifa world women's player of the year, carli lloyd, will be at the auto show this afternoon. she will give a speech and treat visitors to a soccer demonstration. the time right now is 9:57 on this sunday. nbc nbc 10 news continues in just a moment. drew smith is live in bala cynwyd with what you need to know if you're uninsured. >> experts are concerned about young people and people in underserved areas. they want to get the word out that today is the day you need to take action. and we're starting off clear and crisp, but temperatures are bumping up. we have rain on the way. stay tuned. i'll be back with your full forecast after the break.
shots fired, police officers punched and three people under arrest. how a night at the bar turned violent in northeast philadelphia. caucus countdown, we are in iowa ahead of the first in the nation vote for the white house. why so many are still undecided, what the campaigns are doing to sway them. deadline to enroll, today is your last day to sign up for health insurance under the affordable care act. what you need to know and how to get help enrolling next in a live report. we've been waiting for a warmup, at least i have been. i know karen has bee