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decision 2016, hillary clinton scores a landslide over bernie sanders in the south carolina program area. now the sprint is on throughout super tuesday states as presidential candidates on both side stump for votes in their biggest contest yet. plus a rookie police officer gunned down in the line of duty. the virginia officer was responding to a domestic dispute. police in virginia have arrested the suspect. new at 6:00, we'll hear from a neighbor an investigators. >> let's take a live look outside. it's a chilly day you're going to want to bundle.
good morning and welcome to first alert forecast. good morning, i'm katy zachry, 6:00 a.m. sunday morning. let's get right to the forecast with first alert bill henley. hi, bill. >> we've been watching this day all day sunday because the weather looks beautiful and still on track for that. a little cold, temperatures in the 30s and 40s. one of the warmer spots is cape may where skies are clear and sunshine just about 30 minutes away. we'll see a lot of that sunshine today, nice glow, twilight, 37 and holding. wind picked up at 13 miles an hour giving a windchill of 29 degrees to start with. the wind will stay with us. wrightstown, pottstown 29, chester county, west town below freeding, chester springs 36 and phoenixville. a cold start but dry one. radar is completely clear.
no sign of wet weather until we get to tomorrow. so your hour by hour forecast plenty of sunshine. low 50s at 11. by 2:00 this afternoon, southwesterly winds kick in, on the way to 60 degrees. neighborhood by neighborhood forecast just ahead. turning now to decision 2016. overwhelming victory, that's what hillary clinton scored last night. drew smith live in the operation center. drew, this was not even close. >> not even close, we're checking out 47% difference. clinton won 73% of the vote, bernie sanders, 26. hillary clinton got a huge boost of african-american voters, a majority of people casting ballots. four out of five of them went for clinton instead of talking about her opponent in the
primary, the former secretary of state called out donald trump in her speech last night. >> despite what you hear, we don't need to make america great again, america has never stopped being great. but we do need to make america whole again. instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers. >> this win is a big momentum changer going into super tuesday. you'll see a dozen states weigh in on the contest. if clinton wins a large number her team will argue she's pretty much locked up the nomination. bernie sanders congratulated on the win but said his campaign just beginning. you'll hear from him next at 6:30. live in the operation center drew smith, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, drew. stay with nbc 10 for what you need to know in this year's presidential race. you can track the buzz on the
candidates as they head up to super tuesday contest. our 2016 coverage is on the free nbc 10 app and nbc10.com. a live saving moments when a heroin users is brought back from brink. medics used narcan to reverse the overdose. in pennsylvania heroin kills more people than car crashes. >> it's normal, every day life. it's a shame, but it's every day life down here. >> overdoses happen so often that riders like tameka langford carry narcan everywhere. she said she saved a woman last week and expects to have to do it again. we have new information oppose a rookie police officer
in virginia who was shot to death during her first day on the job. authorities say a gunman shot ashley guindon and two others officers responding to a domestic dispute. police arrested the suspect who they say is in the military. he's scheduled for court tomorrow on a murder charge. a neighbor describes what happened. >> i was walking up the street with three other people. we heard three to four gunshots so we started running. when we got up here we saw all the cops. we tried to go home but they told us to go inside. >> this was their first day working. the whole thing is tragic. >> officer guindon served in the marine corps before being sworn in as a police officer this past friday. we're working to find the conditions of her two wounded comrades. from our delaware bureau now police are looking for the shooter who left a man for dead
in a parking lot of newcastle complex. they found a man in his 30s shot multiple times in newark last night. we went to the hospital where he later died. police asking anyone with information to contact them. in south jersey, a fire chief recovering from a hark he suffered while fighting a fire in ocean county. crews from several apartments responded to this home. the fire chief larry gillman collapsed at the scene from what turned out to be a heart attack. he was revived and is now recovering at a hospital. >> this year we all know there's an elephant in the room. >> how will the buzz over oscar nominations affect the awards ceremony. a preview of the night still ahead. >> nothing to be ashamed of. we tell the kids, not your
37 degrees at 6:09. a cold start. still some wind blowing making it feel like it's in the 20s for much of the area. plenty of sunshine, skies are already clear. that's a live, clear view looking towards center city from the lake in south philadelphia. last day for skating at penn's landing. it's going to be a beautiful day to hit the ice with temperatures and sunshine cooperating this time around. 37 with southwesterly wind making it feel like it's in the 20s to start with. that's the same wind that will help warm us up during the day today. 6-mile-an-hour wind in trenton and mount holly where windchills
are around the 30 degree mark. feels like 34 in pottstown. you need to bundle up to start with. the few clouds in pennsylvania, those aren't going to cause problems. we'll see brilliant sunshine and a quick warm-up, too. neighborhood by neighborhood forecast, 60 in redding, upper 50s in allentown, quakertown. sunshine, doylestown, trenton, mount holly. a little breezy at times, 50s for rehoboth beach, atlantic city, 60 in drexel hill and philadelphia. show you how long that will last with the forecast when i come back. today is the last day for skating at blue cross river rink. here is a look where winterfest is riding into its final day. may be wet as we head into the 60s. summer season on the waterfront? don't worry, right around the corner. organizers getting ready for festival of arts. science fair, harbor park and
blue cross river rink summerfest. today you may feel shaking near joint base mcguire dix lakehurlak lakehur lakehurst. you can hear noises from the fire ranges. today is the last day to get to the greater philadelphia outdoor sports show. doors in montgomery county will be open 10:00 to 5:00. if you go you'll find the latest rv models, hunting and fishing gear and camping accessories. coming up next, why are people hanging from the bridge in wheelchairs? it's a cry for help from the government they say is short changing them. we'll explain coming up.
new from overnight, man is recovering after being attacked by a home invasion in west philadelphia. police say the man was inside the apartment in this building on chestnut street around 2:00 a.m. when three men busted through his front door. the man attacked the victim, took his cell phone and wallet. the man was treated at a local hospital for cuts on his face. so far police have made no arrest. in news from overseas now. a cease-fire has brought relative quiet to parts of syria for the first time in years. there have been numerous violations, but the u.n. envoy for syria caused the situation so far quite reassuring. if the situation holds, it will be the first time international negotiations have brought any relief from fighting in syria's five-year civil war. voters in iran and to be favoring more trade and less
isolation. early election results friday point to a vote of confidence for president and pro expansion policies. they cast ballot weeks after the global nuclear deal went into effect. take a look at this, in bluffia, some people who use wheelchairs made a dramatic appeal to the government for better benefits. the protesters want their monthly benefits increased but weeks of protesting have not produced results. so they running their wheelchairs from the underside of a bridge. this morning we have a new look at septa's plan to bring regional rail service to king of prussia. it includes a stop that drops you off right inside the mall. here is the proposed route. it spur off the line to pennsylvania turnpike. the route will include five stops, two at the king of prussia mall, two inside and one out will the project still has a way to go. septa officials will hold a public hearing march 7th to
explain the proposal and give community feedback. an important look at jobs and manufacturing are coming up in this week in the business news. cnbc's seema modi. >> reporter: economists will watch manufacturing numbers closely. institute for supply management could reveal factory activity shrunk for fifth straight month. quarterly reports on tap for barnes & noble, abercrombie & fitch and kate spade. fry morning get the numbers from stals before the opening bell. key piece of data next week, february jobs. wall street will be watching report for labor department for clues whether the federal reserve the raise interest rates in march or keep them stable. i'm seema mody, get all your news on cnbc. now, nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill
henley. >> 16 after 6:00. we're 20 minutes away from sunrise. temperatures are still falling right now. usually the coldest time of day is just after sunrise and with very little cloud cover overhead and a breeze, show you temperatures down a little more. philadelphia's 37 right now with steady breeze making you feel like it's in the 20s. pocono mountains freezing, 32 camel back, scattered clouds there. those will clear out. going to be a beautiful day on the slopes with temperatures above freezing through the day. 33 in wilmington. there are some cold spots to start with. a quick warm-up, no sign of any wet weather, though central pennsylvania is seeing a few clouds. can you see them in the harrisburg area, satellite, those clouds moving out and sunshine for the rest of the day. next chance of wet weather is going to come from this system that's moving into the midwest. a little bit of rain in south dakota. doesn't look very impressive but the future cast shows over the
next 12 to 15 hours that starts to take shape with rain mostly farther to the north in canton it will produce snow. by the time it gets here on leap day tomorrow, it will just be rain. morning in western pennsylvania, that's rain falling at 6:00 in the morning with clouds moving in to start with by mid-morning. 9:00, 10:00 we'll see very light rain showers move through and they keep on going. so we'll clear out for tomorrow. looks like another pretty nice day tomorrow afternoon. today sunshine all day. once it's up, sunny skies, breezy. southwesterly wind, always help to warm us up. that's what's going to happen today. 60s this afternoon. not bad. good news, nice warm weather is going to continue. we'll see those clouds and a chance of morning showers. sunshine back in the afternoon. 58 degrees. after a warmer start tomorrow morning and another big warm-up on tuesday. mostly sunny, a warm breeze and
60. then the chill comes back with showers on wednesday. those rain showers. but toward the end of the week we could see a mix of rain and snow. thursday sunshine, 45, colder thursday night and friday morning may start with snow. chance of rain mixing in there as well. by saturday, though, it's out of here and the temperatures start to rebound 46 degrees. that's pretty typical for this time of year on saturday. >> all right. not bad. thank you, bill. hollywood is ready for the academy awards tonight. there is controversy over lack of diversity among the actors nominated. nbc's morgan radford looks at that and some of the big names in the running for that coveted oscar. >> reporter: it's the most competitive year anyone can remember. could this be leo's year. a five-time nominee, dicaprio front-runner for best actor in the "revenant."
beside him larson, top pick. >> speaking of which, this year, we all know there's an elephant in the room. >> reporter: there are no actors of color among this year's 20 nominees causing dozens of hollywood celebrities to boycott. that's why all eyes are on this year's host, chris rock. he hasn't said much simply tweeting, see you sunday, blackout, oscars. >> he's always skewered entertainment industry and race relationships. this year he's both to work with. >> reporter: in terms of presenters, this could be the most diverse show ever. this issue goes beyond the red carpet. it's about the industry as a whole. right now 18% of films have no black characters at all and only 12% of film directors are minorities. in fact, the academy itself is 98% white, even though half of movie tickets are sold to minorities. >> that was nbc's morgan radford
reporting. coming up, families may not want to talk about it but we have important information about a health concern that many kids and parents have to deal with every school year. i'm jim rosen field for nbc 10 at issue, embarrassing for philadelphia voters, strong words about watchdog group. why the committee of 70 is so angry. plus allegations of voters fraud. are your lawmakers voting or is someone else. >> i watched representative sawasberg lean over and push the button. >> the unique program that connects job seekers to jobs that pay a living wage. >> coming up at 11:30 following "meet the press" only on nbc 10.
welcome, 6:24, the sun is peeking through in philadelphia. beautiful shot. bill will be back with complete forecast. health officials have a warning about problems that can rampant in schools and at home, head lice. cdc reports 12 million a year will get it. now an outbreak of super lice in 28 states. it's much more resistant to treatment and nbc's rehema ellis reports. >> is that the same one. >> 11-year-old lila is getting checked for lice today. >> there's another one right here. >> sure enough, they are back
again. her mother andraya said it's the fourth time in a year for her family i said is your head itching? she said no really. she was itching her head are not like she was itching her head. >> reporter: she's not alone, scientists have recently identified super lice, resistant to chemicals in treatments. the so-called super lice have now spread to 25 states. >> it's important not to panic. lice are not a health hazard. they don't transmit disease. >> reporter: to kill these super lice experts advise first learn how to comb them out. use over the counter treatments repeatedly over several weeks. ask your doctor for treatments, wash cloothing and linens in hot water. >> there's nothing to be ashamed of. we tell kids here, it's not your fault. somebody gave it to you. >> reporter: lil ark is learning
how to stop it from spreading. >> there's a spray. i use spray before i go to school. >> what do you do, share hats, hair? >> no, i have my hairbrush. since we're on our phones a lot, we have to make sure our heads aren't together. >> reporter: families trying to stay super vigilant against super lice, rehema ellis, connecticut. new jersey and delaware are not among 25 states where super lice has been found. now to a bucks county man who got the surprise afterlife time on his flight home from las vegas. take a look. >> although you didn't strike here in las vegas, you did hit the jackpot. congratulations. you're about to be a dad. >> what a way to learn you're going to be a father. >> lisa surprised her husband eric with help from an american airlines flight crew. the whole plane erupted in
cheers when he made the announcement you just heard. congratulations to lisa and eric, we wish you the best. turning now to decision 2016, presidential race shifted into high gear in super tuesday. nbc 10's drew smith following the campaign for us. good morning, drew. >> good morning. hillary clinton won raising doubts where bernie sanders goes from here. at 6:30 you'll hear the candidate's reaction to this crushing loss. 6:27. it's chilly outside. the wind is blowing but a big turnaround in the temperature department. a beautiful day ahead. in the pocono mountains you see scattered clouds. they are moving out and sunshine taking over. your hour by hour forecast just ahead. .
hillary clinton scores a huge win over bernie sanders in the south carolina primary. now the democrats and republicans set their sights on multi-state super tuesday contest. plus an nbc 10 news exclusive. our camera was there as medics use narcan to reverse an overdose and save a heroin user in philadelphia. a live look outside. we're looking for a warm up today after we get through the chilly morning. we'll tell you how long the warm weather will last. good morning, welcome back to "nbc 10 news today" i'm katy zachry, 6:30 monday morning. we're talking about warm weather. let's get to first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> can't wait for it. it's cold outside. the wind is blowing to make it feel colder. we've got sunshine, in fact, just six minutes away from the sunshine. brilliant sunshine all day long. if you see the skies clear at the shore, live view at the hotel. the win is blowing and feels
like just below freezing at cape may. same in philadelphia, look at the building in center city. wind out of the southwest making it feel colder but southwest wind make it feel warmer today. actual temperatures 29 in pottstown, 35 in atlantic city and wilmington is 33 degrees. we are dry. you might see a few scattered clouds. nothing falling today. tracking showers for tomorrow. for today brilliant sunshine. warm-up. 51 at 11:00. pushing towards 60 degrees at 2:00 this afternoon. your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast when i come back. >> we don't need to make america great again. america never stopped being great. >> hillary clinton took a swipe at donald trump's moto while
claiming victory in the south carolina democratic primary. clinton said she's running a national campaign. 2016 win over bernie sanders was overwhelming. drew smith with more on her win >> reporter: good morning, out 3-1 margin. polls predicted the win but came away with her strategy for african-americans and women could carry her to the nomination. they went overwhelming for clinton. her opponent said the race isn't over. he expected to lose the paumt state and spent the time flying in the air to texas. hear what he said when he landed. >> sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. tonight we lost. i congratulate secretary clinton on her very strong victory.
tuesday over 800 delegates are at stake and we intend to win many, many of them. >> the next contest is a big one. these are all the states voting tuesday. that includes six southern states with big african-american populations. if their loyalty stays with clinton it could be tough for sanders to catch her. live in the operations center i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. >> intensity is building among the republicans running for the white house a front-runner donald trump is looking for a knockout on tuesday. new jersey governor chris christie campaigned with trump in arkansas yesterday. christie endorsed trump yesterday at this rally. trump spent most of his time bashing marco rubio and fending off attacks on his business record. senator rubio continued to palace trump on the stump in georgia yesterday. he said he can win the gop
nomination because he believes voters will start to see that trump is a, quote, con man. the ohio governor questioned how candidates who trade names and insults can call themselves leaders to young people. ben carson said people are offering him money to drop out of the race and endorse candidates. he said anyone who wants him to quit can, quote, go jump in a lake. later this morning white house candidates bernie sanders, john kasich and ted cruz will join moderator chuck todd on nbc's "meet the press." it comes your way this morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10.
we have new information on a rookie police officer who was shot and killed on her first day on the job near washington, d.c. authorities in virginia say a gunman shot officer ashley guindon and two other officers while they were responding to a domestic dispute last night. they arrested the suspect who is in the military. officer guindon served in the marine corps before in as a county police officer on friday. coming up in the next half hour, you'll hear from a witness who was at the scene. now to an nbc 10 exclusive. a heroin user saved and brought back from the brink. only our camera there as medics used narcan to reverse the overdose. narcan the heroin antidote is being used to bring hundreds back to life. randy gyllenhaal takes a closer
look at the drug epidemic sweeping our nation. >> reporter: it's 4:00 p.m. in kensington and septa cop sprints to huntington station. >> what's his name? >> reporter: upstairs a man unconscious on the ground overdosing from heroin. as trains pass by, the victim convulsing on the platform. strangers can only hold his hand. >> scary. >> medic 15 arrives with a lifesaving batch of narcan, the heroin antidote. septa police arrest the man's friend. >> yeah, i was there the whole time trying to wake him up, man. >> reporter: police say he was carrying small baggies of the dangerous drug. >> it's an epidemic. it's a shame. >> reporter: mark watching this unfold, former addict himself, clean for the last year. >> kids go right to heroin and they just drop dead. it's nuts. heroin kills more people than car accidents.
year on record. but antidotes like narcan are in upper darby last week an overdose victim on a septa bus was brought back to life. in this case the victim jolted awake and rushed to the hospital. >> you inject it into the muscle. >> tameka langford carries narcan with her every day on the train. she says she's already saved one life and expects to save another in no time. >> it's normal. it's every day life. it's a shame, but it's every day life down here. >> reporter: in kensington, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. coming up next, investigators want you to take a good look at these surveillance pictures as they try and track down the man behind a stabbing inside a philadelphia train elevator.
the sun is up, the temperatures have come down. there's a little bit of a breeze to make it colder this morning. but beautiful day today. a warm one, too. temperatures will climb quickly. with bright sunshine we'll be in the 60s later today. as far as the wind is considered, look how clear it is in the live view from center city. 13 miles an hour breeze in philadelphia, calm wilmington, redding and lancaster. bundle up, 29 feels like in philadelphia, 24 pottstown and trenton up to 29. scattered clouds to the west. nothing falling from them. might see a brief cloud or two proceed through this morning but
mainly sunny skies today, so a big warm-up into the 50s to near 60 degrees in bethlehem, fleetwood. bright sunshine, new hope, avington. a little breezy, shore will keep temperatures in the 50s. myron ark, all in the 60s. brilliant sunshine for wilmington, philadelphia, a warm one day. got the seven-day forecast to show you how long the warm weather is going to last when i come back. >> we like that. thank you, bill. happening today more than 100 students, falkel tu and staff in delaware jump into cold water to raise money for special olympics. each paid $30 to participate in the school's first polar plunge. they will jump into an outdoor pool on campus this afternoon. now to another event in newcastle county for a good cause. hundreds of volunteers had a mismatch party.
mixed up 50,000 socks at springer middle school. students will rock the socks when they celebrate world down's syndrome awareness day next month. despite yesterday's winter chill, the flowers were in bloom throughout center city. nbc 10 was outside redding terminal market for philly festival ultimate pop-up picnic. people pack picnic baskets and played outdoor games. the official countdown to the philadelphia flower show which begins march 5th at the philadelphia convention center. coming up neck, villanova rebounds from their first loss as the nation's top ranked team. plus claude giroux was back in the flyers lineup and hit a career milestone as the flyers continue to hunt down a playoff spot.
new this morning from overseas, a mining accident kills 36 people in russia. rescuers are among the dead. officials say a methane gas leak triggered three explosions starting on thursday. 80 miners had to be rescued. new from overnight, philadelphia police are looking into two convenience store robberies in the rhawn hurst. one here and the other a few blocks away. a crowbar used by assailant in both. it is unclear at this time if the robberies are connected. we have new information about a stabbing at a philadelphia septa station. these are surveillance pictures of the man police need your help identifying. the victim going into an elevator at the huntington station in kensington early
saturday morning. the man pulled out a knife and demanded money. he stabbed her in the shoulder. she's in the hospital and expected to be okay. investigators said this building tumbled to the ground with one man inside. neighbors helped pull him from the rubble and he's expected to be okay. the city license and inspection said the property did not have open violations. l inform i crews suspect rains and heavy wands may have played a role in the collapse. he's at the hospital and expected to be okay. family and friends will gather to remember cara mccollum, a former miss new jersey. funeral services are scheduled at her hometown in arkansas. a memorial service was held there last night. another memorial scheduled for next month in ocean city in, new jersey.
mccollum was a news anchor. at snj today in millville, cumberland county. she died last monday following a car crash in bad weather. mccollum was girlfriend of our nbc colleague and friend keith jones. last night the miss philadelphia pageant paid tribute to cara. nbc 10 at drexel university's mandel theater. pageant contestants and spectators each asked to bring a book. those will be donated to the birthday book project. >> we're so proud of having her be part of new jersey. we plan on carrying on her birthday book program. >> that program provides brand-new gift wrapped books for kindergarten to 5th grade students for their birthdays. it also promotes the idea that reading is a gift. >> announcer: now, your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley.
6:47, the sun is up. temperatures about as low as they are going to go. last day to hit the ice at pen's landing. sunshine, beautiful day to be outdoors today. the temperatures are a little cold right now, 37 degrees. with the wind it feels like it's in the 20s. the wind is beneficial through the day helping to warm temperatures up. seeing breaks in the clouds in pocono mountains. no wet weather for the mountains, clouds clearing out. you'll see sunshine there, too. 29 in pottstown, 33 in wilmington. in camden county 34, 3 camden, 36 degrees. it's a chilly one this morning in glendora and voorhees, a cold start. with sunshine these temperatures are headed for the low 60s this afternoon. that's not all we'll see today, bright sunshine. even though clouds moving spoke central pennsylvania, those will not be impacting our weather today. what will get us is this, a line
of showers the not much to it right now. snow and rain in south dakota it will look more impressive in the next 12 to 15 hours as rain develops along the cold front that's going to swing through tomorrow morning. first thing in the morning, 6:00 an isolated shower in the pocono mountains. rain showers, too warm for anything else. by 10:00 in the morning, those showers sweeping through the area. looks like we could be in for a tenth of an inch of rain at most. for today, sunshine. you'll need your sunglasses. though you have to bundle up this morning, it's going to be a quick warm-up to the 60s this afternoon, thanks to breezy winds at 18 miles an hour. temperatures 60s today. we'll get close to that tomorrow. in fact, tomorrow morning, not as cold in the morning. 45 as clouds are coming in hoping to hold some of the heat left over from yesterday. those morning showers clearing out in the afternoon, plenty of. so a nice day on monday. and sunshine and 60 degrees on. but a chillier rain ahead for
wednesday. 46 in the morning, 50 in the afternoon. those showers move through, then colder at the end of the week. you'll feel a chill on thursday but see sunshine. it's friday we could see a mix of rain and snow with a high temperature of 39 degrees. then sunshine is back on saturday up to 46. good morning to you, i'm danny pommels from comcast sports. flyers going for second straight homestand yesterday afternoon. no jake voracek out with a lower body injury. he was seen of a the game in a walking boot. they did have claude giroux, after missing three games with upper body injury. he made an instant impact. first period power play giroux sneaks one short side. nice pass. his 500th career point flyers. forty seconds later mike streit starts the run sean finishes.
finishes three points behind penguins in the wild card race. >> when the whole team is on the same page makes everyone's job a lot easier. right now we're playing good hockey. we're playing hard, the right way. we need to keep playing like this. to college hoops after wednesday's loss to xavier, villanova probably enjoying its final weekend as the nation's top ranked team. cats hoping to bounce back at hart will do that. hits the three here, 7 of 8 shooting, 19 points for the game. second half kris jenkins takes it hard to the bucket, also had 19. later the senior connection, ochefu, 18 boards. nova winters 89-79. move drama than a soap opera. final seconds clinton did he
cozy walks down did he fender, pump, fake, hits the jumper with three seconds left. owls up two, turned out winning basket. temple wins 63-61. lasalle hosting george mason and jordan price, a one-man army at 24 points to lead the explorers who never trailed in the second half. half. lasalle gets seventh win 76-68. drexel hosting northeastern at the deck. final section drexel down two. trying to get to victory, senior taivon allen going for the win on senior day. back iron. drexel falls 61-59. penn lost to columbia. nfl draft combine continues. quarterbacks enjoying spotlight in indianapolis. head coach doug peterson, eagles front man taking notes. news of the day, ohio state quarterback cordle jones pulled out after suffering what appears to be a hamstring injury running the 40. around for the eagles pick, the pundits said he had a good day. 6'7", threw 50 touchdowns over the last two seasons.
to baseball now, the phillies paid tampa first exhibition game of the spring. aaron nola will pitch the second inning, anderson will pitch the first. nola opening day starter, in line to pitch home opener. even though he's only going to serious approach. >> i'm going to treat it as a regular game going in and competing like i usually do. it's what they want us to do. any time i got out on the mound it's a plus, staying healthy and starting off. >> that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommels from comcast sports net.
welcome back. it is 6:56 on your sunday. a live look right now in the poconos. it's shaping up to be a beautiful day with warmer weather on the horizon. change in high school sports hit the mat for a first in the philadelphia region. tatiana ortiz competed in public league championship yesterday. she did lose to her opponent so her season is over. however, ortiz was the first female wrestler to qualify for
the event and she inspired philadelphia archdiocese to change its policy so they now allow male athletes to compete in contact sports with female athletes. feel some shaking if you live near joint base mcguire-dix-lakehurst. base officials say nearby residents could feel a little ground shaking and some noise from the firing ranges. today is your last day to get to the greater philadelphia outdoor sports show. doors at the expo center at oaks and montgomery county will be if you go you'll find latest rv and fishing and sleeping kids. turning to decision 2016, it is onto super tuesday when presidential candidates will compete in around a dozen states. nbc's drew smith is following what's going on along the campaign trail.
drew. >> katy, good morning. it wasn't close in south carolina. the question is where does it go from here. we'll preview the upcoming races next. forget tuesday, a super sunday ahead. a little outside, already sunshine and bright sunshine really going to warm us up today. that's a live view. right now 37 degrees at 6:58.
>> despite what you hear, we don't need to make america great again, america has never stopped being great. >> hillary clinton took a swipe at donald trump in her victory speech. now both parties are gearing up for super tuesday. killed in the line of duty on her first day on the job. this morning we're learning more about the the deadly shooting that leaves one rookie cop dead and two other injuries. medics using narcan to reverse an overdose. we'll show you how the situation played out. good morning, welcome to