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hillary clinton wins in a landslide victory in south carolina's primary. now she has her eyes on republican front-runner donald trump and super tuesday. a virginia police officer on her first day on the job is gunned down. we have new information on the deadly shooting. a live look outside, we are off to a chilly start this morning, but good news, a warm-up is on the way. good morning, i'm skatey zachery, it is 9:00 a.m. on sunday morning. let's get a check on the forecast. warming forecast. good morning, bill. >> already up, bright sunshine,
katy. get used to it. it's going to be around all day today. what you won't have to worry about this afternoon, the winter coat. that can you ditch. the temperatures will be much warmer. sunny skies at the shore. a live view from cape may where it didn't get cold overnight, especially when you factored in the wind. windchill felt like 20s. we're making some progress already. after starting off in the 30s in philadelphia, 43 and climbing. that's 12 degrees warmer than yesterday. 43 pottstown, 37 in wrightstown, 40 in south philadelphia. the temperatures take off with bright sunshine all day long. we will see that steady breeze. 13 hour, 2:00, 58 and 57 at 5:00 this afternoon. we are going to compete for every vote in every state. we are not taking anything and we're not taking anyone for
granted. >> hillary clinton wins big in south carolina giving the democratic presidential candidate a decisive boost heading into the super tuesday contest. nbc 10's drew smith is live in the studio with more on clinton's win. it was a big one for her, drew. >> it was, katy. south carolina handed a delegate lead and momentum days before the contest this week. take a look at results from south carolina. 74 for clinton, sanders with 26, a 3-1 margin. exit poll data shows clinton got a huge boost of african-american voters. she did not focus on sanders in her speech last night. instead secretary of state called out donald trump. >> 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. >> bernie sanders congratulated clpt on her win but said the campaign is just beginning. he will have to do well in several states tuesday to keep his presidential hopes alive. you'll hear from him at 10:30. drew smith, nbc 10. >> thank you, drew. voters stood by their candidates by rallying yesterday. event organizers say sanders platform should appeal to people in
major cities like philadelphia. they touted his plan for $15 hour minimum wage, free college tuition and single payer health care. the rally included union members, clergy leaders, students and veterans. we also reached out to hillary clinton's camp. a representative responded with a quote from former philadelphia mayor michael nutter. he noted clinton's strong backing and wide support
throughout the city. intensity is building among republicans running for the white house. front-runner donald trump is looking for a knockout on super 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 blast trump on the stump in georgia yesterday. rubio said
he can win the gop nomination because he believes voters will start to see that trump is a, quote, con man. senator ted cruz taking stock at the verbal combat between rubio and trump. cruz said he wants to avoid a battle of insults. he predicts he'll do well in his home state of texas on tuesday.
john kasich took issue with the tone of the republican campaign. the ohio governor questioned how candidates who call names and trade insults can present themselves as leaders to young people. ben carson says people are offering him money to drop out of the race and endorse candidates. he said at a rally yesterday, he said anyone who wants him to quit can, quote, jump in a lake. later this morning they will join chuck todd on motor the press. it's right here at 10:30 on nbc 10. new from overnight, a 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. we have new information this morning on a rookie police officer in virginia who was shot to death during her first day on the job. authorities say a gunman shot officer ashley guindon and two other officers while responding to a domestic dispute last night. they say a civilian woman also killed in the dispute. police arrested the suspect who they say is in the military. he's scheduled for court tomorrow on a murder charge. a neighbor at the scene described what happened. >> i was walking up the street with three other people and we heard three gunshots so we started running. and then when we got up here, we saw all the cops. we were trying to come home and 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. we have new information about a stabbing at a philadelphia septa station. these are surveillance pictures you're about to see of the man police need your help identifying. the vehicle, a woman was going into the elevator at the huntington station in kensington saturday morning. authorities say a man pulled out a knife and demanded money from her in that elevator. he then stabbed her in the shoulder and leg and ran off. the victim is being treated at the hop. she is expected to be okay. city inspectors think weather may have played a part in the collapse of this building. the city license and inspection department said the property doesn't have any open violations. they suspect heavy rain and strong winds may have played a part in the collapse.
the victim went to the hospital. he is expected to be okay. today 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. 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 were asked to bring a book. those will be donated to the birthday book project. >> we're so proud of her being 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 promotes the idea that reading is a gift. coming up, caught on camera, a heroin user is brought back from what could have been a fatal overdose. only nbc 10 was there to see it. plus tempers flair at a kkk rally leading to a violent ending.
degrees. temperatures on the rise after a chilly morning. the wind made it feel chilly. winds boosting temperatures out of the southwest. that and bright sunshine. that's a sunny view from the comcast at center city. winds have increased a little bit with the temperature increase as well. 14-mile-an-hour winds in philadelphia. they will get stronger during the day. the future cast showing gusts of 25 miles an hour in the city. that's at 4:00. doylestown closer to 30-mile-an-hour wind gust. a few clouds may blow through but the clouds to the west are already starting to fizzle. so we'll see plenty of sunshine today. look at the warm-up, 57 in allentown,er 50s reading, close to 50 in the pocono mountains, brilliant trenton, mount holly. at the shore temperatures in the 50s, cape may and atlantic. dover, 50s and 60, wilmington and philadelphia, westchester sunshine and 50. seven-day forecast, look at wet
weather heading our way. back in just a few minutes. all right. thank you, bill. new from overnight, philadelphia police looking into two convenience store robberies in one at wawa, the second over a mile away at 7-eleven. initial reports said suspect in both used a crowbar to threaten the clerk. it is unclear if the robberies are connected. also from overnight, a fire damaged a home in philadelphia. it was quickly put out and no one was hurt. next school year students will be allowed to carry guns on the campus of north texas. the policy will allow those that have a gun license to carry a concealed gun while on campus. students will not be allowed to openly carry the weapons. the unt board of regents
accepted the campus carry policy friday. the new policy takes effect august 1st. what you're looking at, these are nine states that allow guns on college campuses currently. a new iphone could be on the way. later this month apple is expected to release a new smaller screen iphone and ipad. the product release could come days before the company's fight with the federal government over iphone encryption. nbc's mark var ger has more. >> reporter: many use the technology every day, security features on mobile devices protect messages, photos and personal information from getting into the wrong hands. >> presently a court order directing apple to please offer to disable certain security features. >> the software would allow fbi to attempt to retreat data from the phone of one of the san bernardino shooters. apple refused to comply saying
the order goes beyond a single investigation. >> this could affect security and encryption technology on phones most of us carry today. >> reporter: apple ceo tim cook said in a letter opening a back door could put all iphones at risk, seting a president. severalent polls the public sides with the government. one by reuters indicated support for apple and denying access to internet and phone, even to stop terrorist attack. >> i think it represents an overall concern that people don't want the government intruding into their private lives. >> reporter: some argue it should not be decided by nonelected authorities but rather the american people. mark barger, nbc 10 news. form a commission to help address digital security issues. some experts say this case could spur more innovation in the industry of government proof
phones and security enhancement applications. coming up there's a warning to parents this morning about a problem that can run rampant in schools. >> nothing to be ashamed of. we tell the kids, it's not your fault. >> she's talking about lice. this time getting rid of the it is bugs might not be so easy. we'll tell you what you need to know about an outbreak of so-called super lice coming up. family.
vai sikahema introduces us to alexis. >> reporter: a sweet and soft-spoken 15-year-old who has a warm personality shes loves to share with others. she lights up when she talks about the theater and performing on stage. she wanted to see behind television industry so we gave her a front row seat at nbc 10. >> how cool is that? >> cool. >> she had a great time learning ins and outs of the newscast and anchored with me. >> we always know which camera is on because you see the red light. >> she's sweet and friendly and little quiet. she's just a charming teenager girl. >> the ninth-grader loves school and enjoys many friends there. alexis has some mild developmental delays, but with proper support nothing gets in her way. >> she would, you know, just be a helpful family member, a big part of a family. >> the ideal family would be a two-parent family that would be
committed to her. they would create a loving and supportive environment in which she would thrive. >> i would like to have a family where if i'm sad, i can talk to them. >> she would bring an immense amount of love and loyalty to her forever family. alexis is this week's wednesday's child. >> if you would like to make alexis's dream come true or the dream of any wednesday's child go to nbc10.com and search wednesday's child. call national adoption center at 1-866-do adopt. >> now nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> it got cold overpass but bright sunshine is quickly changing that. not a cloud in the sky. a view from the comcast center. see sunny skies and temperatures headed for the 60s this afternoon. it's already warmer. right now 4 degrees. the breeze is creating a windchill of 36 but wind helping
warm temperatures up, be in the 40s to start with and 60s in the afternoon. enjoy sunshine all day today. right now 43 in pottstown, below freezing in doylestown, wrightstown 44. climbing in gloucester county. clouds extending out in pennsylvania, don't expect them to see. sunshine and a few clouds in the mountains. those are on the move. you'll see plenty of sunshine on the slopes. tomorrow another story. look at the line of clouds. that's a cold front. not a lot of shower activity off to the west. these showers could be swinging into our area first thing tomorrow morning as rain showers. going to be warm overnight. clouds coming in first thing in the morning, 7:00, very light rain showers moving through redding and lancaster. philadelphia will see rain
showers. they will blow through tomorrow. by noontime offshore, a little rain, 0.04 inch. looks like we'll be in for another warm one. can't beat today. sunny skies, breezy and 60s this afternoon. southwesterly winds will be increasing. we've seen them up to 12, 14 miles an hour this morning, gusting to 25 miles an hour this afternoon. tomorrow not as cold as the morning. 44 to start with. once those showers clear, we'll see plenty of sunshine back in the upper 50s tomorrow afternoon. 60 degrees on tuesday with a warm breeze. then here comes the cool weather and rainy weather, too, on wednesday. 52 the high after a morning low of 46. friday, we're keeping a close eye on chance of rain and snow. 20s in the morning, 40s in the afternoon. sunshine is back. it will be right on saturday with a high of 45. >> not too bad, though. thank you. coming up, long awaited plans for septa regional rail service
sports show. doors will be open 10:00 to 5:00. if you do you'll find the latest rv models, hunting and fishing gear and camping accessories. this morning we have a look at septa's plan to bring regional rail service to king of pressuria. it includes stops that drop you off inside the mall. here is the proposed root, sfur off the line and run along pennsylvania turnpike. the route would include five stops including two at the king of prussia mall, one in and one out. but the project still has a ways to go. septa official will hold a hearing march 7 to explain in detail and get community feedback. when we come back on "nbc 10 news today," we'll look at the day's top stories including the race to the white house. and we bring in nbc 10's drew smith for that. hi, drew. >> trail a busy place today.
despite what you hear, we don't need to make america great again, america has never stopped being great. with a major win under her belt, democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is shifting her focus bernie sanders to donald trump. an nbc 10 news exclusive, medics used narcan to save a heroin user in philadelphia and we're there. plus we have a beautiful day ahead. we'll get your first alert forecast neighborhood by neighborhood in just a minute. welcome back to nbc 10 news this morning. i'm katy zachry. it is just 9:30 on your sunday. we have gotten past the chilly start. it's going to be a warm one. let's check in with meteorologist bill henley. a warm one, right, bill? >> you know it, for this time of year. here it is nearly the last day of february, the 28, and we've got sunshine to warm us into the sick this afternoon. that's after we drop down to the
20s and 30s overnight. the sunshine is having effect, live view at sunshine park. sunshine warming south philly right into the low 60s this afternoon. what a perfect day for the last day of at penn's landing, bright day of sunshine. warming up already, 43 in philadelphia. the wind, that's going to be picking up. at times you'll be able to stand there and get scooted along on the ice. 44 south philadelphia after dropping below freezing overnight. roxbo roxboro. 58 by 2:00 this afternoon. we should hit 60 before dropping a little by 5:00 p.m. decision 2016, hillary clinton says she's going to compete for every vote going into super tuesday. off a big win last night in south carolina. nbc 10's drew smith joins us now live. drew, clinton really exceeded
expectations there, didn't she? >> this is a crushing defeat for bernie sanders. hillary clinton coming out on top by a 3-1 margin setting off a new phase of this campaign. the final results look like this. 74% of the vote for hillary clinton, 26% for bernie sanders. the polling did predict the win. hillary clinton showed her strategy for african-americans and women could dominate the election. her opponent said the race isn't over. bernie sanders expected to lose in the paumt state and spent the time in the air flying to texas. >> 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 end to win
many, many of them. >> the big one here, the contest we're waiting for. all the states voting tuesday. that includes six southern states with big african-american populations. intensity also building among republicans running for the white house. front-runner donald trump is looking for a knockout on super tuesday. >> new jersey governor chris christie campaigning with trump in arkansas yesterday. christie endorsed trump friday. 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. >> amazes me the guy with the worst spray tan in america is attacking me for putting on makeup. donald trump likes to sue people, he should sue whoever did that to his face.
>> trump's opponent, including ted cruz, already acknowledging in interviews this morning that if trump steam rolls through super tuesday, that will seal the nomination for him. they will spend next 48 hours doing everything they can to stop that. >> drew, thank you. stay with nbc 10 for what you need to know in this year's presidential race. you can track the buzz on all of the presidential candidates as they head up to critical super tuesday contest. our decision 2016 coverage is on free nbc 10 app and on nbc10.com. now to an nbc 10 exclusive. our cameras caught lifesaving moments when a heroin user is brought back from the brink. they used narcan. the man on the platform was convulsing. that's when a medic arrived with
a lifesaving batch of narcan, heroin antidote. in pennsylvania heroin kills more people than car crashes. it's every day life. it's a shame, but it's every day life down here. >> over doses happen so often riders like tam eba carry narcan everywhere. in a dozen states you don't need a prescription to carry it. she said she saved a woman's life last week and expects to have to do it again. from our delaware bureau police are looking for a shooter who left a man for dead in a parking lot of a newcastle apartment complex. officers found the man in his 30s shot multiple times outside the apartments in newkirk last night. he went to the hospital where he was announced dead. police are looking for information. we have new information on the rookie police officer seen here shot to death on her first
day on the job in northern virginia. authorities say gunmen killed officer ashley guindon and wounded two of her comrades at this scene of a domestic dispute last night a civilian woman was also killed in the dispute. police arrested the suspect who they say is a military serviceman. he's facing a capital murder charge. new from overnight, we're learning details about the police shooting of a teenager boy in lake city. authorities say one officer, and possibly a second, opened fire while responding to an assault call last night. they say the teen was arguing with another person when officers arrived. medics took the teen to the hospital. there's no word on his condition. in south jersey, a fire chief is recovering from a heart attack he suffered while battling a fire at a beach house in ocean county. crews from several departments responded to this home. the fire chief collapsed on the
off to a great start this morning. that's a live view at the beach. cape may seeing temperatures that will warm into the 50s this afternoon. inland warmer, bright sunshine extends into the mountains. live view from blue mountain where skiers are taking advantage of the nice, sunny conditions. already up to 45 in northeast philadelphia. chester springs, chester county
47 with coatesville, still a little colder shenandoah 39. temperatures warming up nicely, too. be into the 50s topping out into the lower 60s for newark and mount holly. millville 48 degrees. scattered clouds to the west quickly disappearing. warmer wet today a quick warm-up, upper 50s. camel 52. near 60 for norris town, new hope. temperatures in the 50s for cape may and avalon. 59 in milford and nothing but sunshine for wilmington, philadelphia. show you how long this will last with the seven-day forecast just ahe ahead. bill, thank you. da you may feel shaking if you live near joint base.
nearby residents could feel a little ground shaking and hear some noise from the firing ranges there. violence at a kkk rally in california leads to questions why there weren't more police at the event. three established and more arrested at the rally. kkk members attacked by protesters. many people at the park demanded to know why police didn't have a bigger presence. zika virus strikes again, this time in china where two new infections treated. that brings the total number there to eight. the patients were children who went on a trip to venezuela. a cease-fire has brought relative quiet to parts of siria for the first time in years. there have been numerous violations but envoy calls the situation quite reassuring.
if the situation holds, it could be first time brought any relief from syria's five-year civil war. voters in iran appear to want more trade and less isolation. a vote of confidence for the president and his pro expansion policies. iranian voters cast ballots just weeks after the global nuclear deal went into effect. well, hollywood is ready for the academy awards tonight. there is controversy over lack of diversity over those nominated. look at that and some big names in the running for that coveted oscar. >> it's the most competitive year anyone could remember. could this be leo's year? a five-time nominee. alongside him brie larson, top
pick for lead actress in "room." speaking of which, this year we all know -- >> there's an elephant in the year. >> no african-americans nominated, calling for a boycott. all eyes on chris rock, the host. he hasn't said much but tweeted, "see you sunday. blackout. >> he's always skewered race relations and relationships and he's got both to work with. >> this year it goes beyond red carpet. it's about the industry as a whole. right now 18% of films have no black characters at all. only 12% of film directors are minorities. in fact, the academy itself is 90% white, even though half of movie tickets are sold to minorities. that was nbc's morgan
radford reporting. astronaut scott kelly getting ready to return to earth after record setting time in space. kelly heads back to earth on tuesday to end nasa's longest spaceflight. he will have been in space for 340 consecutive days. the first thing he plans to do when he gets home to houston, he says jump in his pool. coming up we have important information about a health concern many kids and parents have to deal with every school year. we're talking about lice. but this year getting rid of those bugs could be more of a challenge. that's just ahead of "nbc 10 news today."
ice-skaters, it's the last day to enjoy blue cross river rink. it's gliding to an end today. should be pretty wet, heading into the 60s, upper 50s. for a look at your first alert forecast let's go to bill henley. >> they have excellent refrigerator, should be perfect weather. might be crowded on the ice. skies won't be crowded, completely clear, sunshine, winds helping to warm us up already at 14 miles an hour. we'll see gusts approximately 25 miles an hour. first day for baseball in
florida. that's where the phillies meet, university of florida. around here you will see outdoor activity but baseball-free in south philadelphia. 3-mile-an-hour wind in south philadelphia, wind across delaware south jersey and into south philadelphia. still some windchill, feels like 36 in the city, 39 in wilmington. but we'll see plenty of sunshine today and can't argue with low 60s this afternoon. the first clouds we've been watching this morning already spinning out. the next round of clouds, these will arrive tomorrow morning. that's when we could see some showers. right now it is dry but farther north and west it's a mix of snow and rain. by the time it gets to us tomorrow morning, we'll be looking at some very light rain showers. future cast shows 8:00 in the morning very rainfall doylestown and pottstown springing through philadelphia. 0.01 inch by 9:00, by the time it moves out less than .05 inch, offshore by 1:00 tomorrow
afternoon. a little wet weather for tomorrow. today nothing but sunglasses, sunshine. a little breeze, southwest at 18 miles an hour. temperatures in the 60s today and not far from it tomorrow. 58 degrees the high after morning low of 44. those morning showers really won't have much of an impact. by afternoon we've got sunshine once kben. how about another warm one. a sensational tuesday, 60 the high temperature after morning low of 38. but you'll your raingear on wednesday. that's when it starts to turn chillier, numbers going lower with partly sunny skies, sunshine to start clouds increasing in the afternoon. there's a chance of a late day shower on thursday. watching friday closely. a rain/snow chance for friday and sunshine returns on saturday. >> 62 for february. we'll take it. thank you, bill. health officials have a warning for parents about a problem that can run rampant in schools and homes. we're talking about head lice. the cdc reports that up to 12
children a year will get it. now research shows an outbreak of so-called super lice in 25 states. it's much more resistant to treatment as rehema ellis reports. >> 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, not 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 over the counter 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, washclothing and linens in hot water. also hair genie. >> there's nothing to be ashamed of. we tell kids here, it's not your fault. somebody gave it to you. >> reporter: lila is learning how to stop it from spreading. >> there's a spray. i use spray before i go to school. >> what do you and your girlfriends do? do you share hats, hair brushes? >> no, i've got 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, nbc news, norwalk, connecticut. according to cdc, pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware are currently not among the 25 states where super lice has been found. >> eric, although you didn't strike it rich in las vegas, you did hit the jackpot.
. steph curry. >> well, steph curry continues to amaze. look at where he pulls up to nail this game winner against the thunder. that's not all he did last night. no. he also broke the nba single season record for three-pointers, which he held, by the way, and he tied the mark for the most three-pointers in a game with 12. looking to bounce back against a loss with xavier and they did. wildcats beat marquette 87-79. however, villanova is probably spending its last weekend as the
nation's top ranked team. >> fires, score! welcome back, captain. >> and the captain, claude giroux, scored his 500th career point in his return to the flip with the flyers. the go-ahead goal to against the coyotes to lead the team to a 3-2 win. >> when everybody is on the same page, it makes our job easier. right now we're playing good hockey, we're playing the right way. we need to keep playing like that. >> the team is three points behind pittsburgh in the wild card race. the flyers take on kbaer tomorrow in philadelphia. and today the phillies play their first exhibition game in the spring. they will take on the university of tampa. aaron nola is scheduled to pitch one inning today. >> i'm going to treat it as a regular game going in, pitching one inning, like i usually do.
any time i get on the mound, staying healthy and starting off. >> don't forget nbc 10 has you covered for the phillies home opener. our home phillies special airs monday april 11th. game time against padres is 3:00 p.m. right here on nbc 10. well, a young athlete who inspired change in high school sports hit the mat yesterday for the first time. 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. happening today, more than 100 students, faculty and staff at the university of delaware will jump into cold water to raise money for special olympics.
each of them paid $30 to participate in the school's first polar plunge. they will jump into an outdoor pool on campus this afternoon. fortunately it will be warm for them. now to a bucks county man who got the surprise afterlife time on a flight home from las vegas. no, we're not talking about his winnings. take a look. >> eric, although you didn't strike it rich in las vegas, you did hit the jackpot. congratulations, you're about to be a dad. >> what a way to learn you're about to be a problem. lisa surprised her husband eric with some help from an american airlines flight crew. the whole plane erupted in cheers when the pilot made that announcement. congratulations to them. we wish them the best. he looks scared. "nbc 10 news today" continues in just a moment with another half hour of news. nbc 10's drew smith is live with hillary clinton's big win in the race for the white house. drew.
we stand together, there is no barrier too big to break. >> hillary clinton is riding high after a lopsided victory in the south carolina primary. now both democrats and republicans shift their focus to super tuesday. and killed in the line of duty on her first day on the job. this morning we are learning more about the shooting that left a rookie cop dead and two other officers injured. and making the save. our cameras were there and captured medics using narcan to reverse an overdose. we'll show you how the situation played out. good morning and welcome back to