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wildcats, the team's third double digit win of the ncaa tournament advancing to their first elite 8 in 7 years. >> miami hurricanes blow it against the wildcats. live in louisville, tim, i was loving it. what a huge win for nova nation. >> i can't see you through the camera but assume you got all the face paint off before the newscast. that's a good thing. i disagree, i don't think miami blew it, villanova owned it. everybody's been telling us, if they play it the way they're capable of, listen to what they were saying coming out very very excited. >> it was never close. never close. >> is that the way you wanted it? >> i was a little nervous in the first half.
>> that wasn't even close. >> they played a bunch of threes and played that good old nova defense. >> i went to buffalo, first round out, pittsburgh, first round out. drove all the way here, going all the way. >> you're clearly not the jinx then? >> clearly not. [ screaming ] >> as we come back live to the yum center, the kansas city-maryland game still going on. the winner will face villanova saturday. the winner goes to the final. it does seem like if villanova does what they keep going, get that shot to the open guy and make the shot, nobody can stop them. they look unbeatable at this point. a good problem to have heading to the elite 8. live in kentucky.
>> thank you so much. tim isn't the only one in louisville. we will have locker room reaction coming up in sports. >> another big story tonight, the weather. look at nbc10 first alert radar. rain is on the way and could impact your morning commute. sheena, when does the rain arrive? >> it will be arriving before." sunrise for part of the area and expect it for the morning drive. the rain is moving into parts of western pennsylvania and we will continue seeing that approach as we go overnight tonight. here's future weather into the early morning hours. you see showers moving through. by 8:00, we should have rain through the area. new jersey and delaware for the morning commute. chance of a shower, temperature about the mid-60s by 8:00 a.m. philadelphia from swimmiwilminw
trenton and scattered showers even lehigh valley and low 50s there. and rain with us a good portion of the day. can't rule out a thunderstorm. i will show you the rest of the timing and how the easter forecast is shaping up. new at 11:00, the verizon hacked. saying hey stole contact information from business customers. customers all use verizon's enterprise solution unit of it services. they're not saying how many were involved but hackers are reportedly selling contact information for 1.5 million business customers. no consumer customers were involved in the data breach and has fixed the problem. a terror plot in the advanced stages to attack france is foiled. arresting one in paris today.
you can see the surrounding area on lock down. france still on high alert after the november attacks in paris. authorities say there is no connection to the brussels bo bombing. new developments into the attack in brussels. nbc news learned the two brothers involved in the attacks may have been trying to develop a dirty bomb. they secretly filmed the top scientist from a facility that produces radioactive isotopes. the brothers may have been pl planning a kidnapping to get their hands on those materials. at least 31 people killed and 316 hurt in tuesday's attack. new at 11:00, imagine terrorists taking over a dam and surrounding wall in the community. >> seven hackers tried to do that and targeted a dam in new york. >> a closer look, that dam wasn't working at the time but there are a lot of what ifs here. >> the vel nurability is exposed
and -- vulnerability is exposed and we wonder if that could happen here a professor also at a university. it's also terrorism. >> reporter: the fbi is charging these uraniums from hacking into the biggest banks between 2011 and 2013. it blocked htldreds of thousands of customers from accessing their account. >> these attacks were relentless, they were systematic and they were widespread. >> according to the indictment a small dam outside the city was also targeted in the cyber attacks. tha thankfully it was offline and not affected. >> this is their new avenue of attack, they're no longer just coming after our economic infrastructure, they now are coming after our facilities. >> with the right keystroke, could cause death and destruction. >> in a dam situation you can open up those floodgates at night to the unsuspecting populous and have that entire
water basin flood out of that dam. you have the potential to kill people by flooding them out. >> doctor scott white says the united states government is behind the curve and needs to invest far more in fortifying its online defenses. tha thankfully this alleged attempt did not work but it exposed how much more still needs to be done. >> the future for warfare and future of terrorism may very well be from the cyber world. we have to be absolutely prepared for that. >> i reached out to the u.s. army corps of engineers that manages some of the dams in this region. i was told those dams are not vulnerable to cyber attacks because they're physically controlled by someone who operates it. >> if you got a parking ticket in philadelphia today listen up, today, the kiosk only accepted credit cards or mobile payments. it lasted with a 15 minute grace
period to pay with cash. if you did get a ticket within that 15 minutes, search how to fight that ticket and search ppa. for decision 2016 tonight, the war of words between donald trump and ted cruz seems to be getting nastier. today, cruz called trump a sniff velling coward after this unf t unflattering photo was shown of his wife, heidi. after an anti-trump super pac featured a nude photo of trump's wife milania. cruz said real men don't bully women. >> it's not easy to tick me off. i don't get angry often. but you mess with my wife and mess with my kids, that will do it every time. donald, you're a sniff velling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> heidi cruz is set for a
fund-raiser and rally next week to rally new jersey voters. on the other side of the coin, hillary clinton took aim at the discourse of the republican campaign without mentioning the gop candidates by name. >> it's become harder and heaarr for moderate reasonable voices to be heard. >> clinton was hosting a roundtable discussion on homeland security at the university of southern california this afternoon. new at 11:00, congressional candidates face off. four challengers are trying to oust indicted incumbent congressman. the candidates listen and made their case tonight. george said he is leaving it in the hands of voters. >> reporter: leaving it in the hands of voters he say, and confident in their decision. tonight, the topics range from gun control to the controversial
oil trains that pass these tr k tracks everyday with the congressman fighting for his political future. >> i've said i am completely innocent. >> reporter: on the stage tonight, the incumbent congressman repeated his courtroom refrain in the political arena. nbc10 has been tracking development s in his fraud and racketeering case. this evening, he emphasized tangible results for his district over two decades in congress. >> this is an election about the future. >> reporter: he faces well financed competition from state representative dwight evans who told this center city crowd he's running to get cities on the national agenda. >> the reason i want to run for congress is to raise that conscio consciousness. >> the other two democrats wo worked to differentiate themselves in the crowded field. lower marion commissioner, brian gordon with a three-prong focus on schools, crime and poverty. >> it is my belief each of those problems can be solved if you elect quality leaders.
>> i know how it works and know how to get things done. >> ex congressional candidate here emphasized the community and the lone republican on this stage, offered himself as a candidate with new plans. >> if we sing the same old song and dance the last 20, 25 years. >> reporter: for the audience a substantive and measured debate. josh ackermann who attended tonight and a previous forum had one major take away. >> the incumbent congressman is vulnerable and explains the numerous challengers remainingen the race. >> the congressman drew a contrast with evans with local control of city schools. he cited the schuylkill river boardwalk a few steps from here as one of his tangible impacts on the districts. reporting live in center city, nbc10 news. he is the former eagle who
brought national attention to head injuries, coming up, the legacy of kevin turner and his impact even after his death. villanova feeling good. cruising to the elite 8. comcast sports reaction in the locker room. coming up. and grab the umbrella. rain in the forecast for your friday. otherwise your easter forecast is looking pretty good. i'll show you that coming up. slow, building african-style m
hollywood celebrities are helping children in philadelphia. today, actors ice cube and deion cole hand offender a 5,0$5,000 check there. the money goes towards the right books campaign to help the philadelphia school district. it's a gesture ice cube say they're more than happy to make. >> we're able to come to philadelphia but not just come but we can leave with a few dollars in your hands for the
students who deserve it. >> ice cube and company are promoting the latest installment in the barber shop series, "barber shop the next cut." hollywood is in morning after the sudden death of comedian gargare -- garry sandl. >> are we on tv now? >> we are. >> it's the garry sandling show got its start as a writer for sanford and son. they believe he died from a heart attack. ga garrys shandling was 66 years old. kevin turner died and he brought the focus on head
injuries after playing in the nfl. >> there's no way to compensate for not seeing my daughter get married or my boys graduate. >> that was an emotional kevin turner three years ago, fighting the fight that ultimately ended his life. at the time, turner detailed why he lead a lawsuit against the nfl regarding the league's handling of concussions. >> i played football and couldn't remember it one day and didn't know whether i was in philly or green bay. >> the severity of the sport has many reexamining football's safety. >> football is safe, generally spe speaking, but certainly not the safest of sports and certainly a conversation we all need to be having. >> dr. bradley smith, a main line concussion specialist based at the hospital says he is seeing an uptick in another sport, especially involving kids. >> football gets a lot of attention and press and media.
other sports we see a big issue with is soccer, particularly girl's soccer. with girl's soccer and boy's soccer as well, there are certainly a large amount of concussi concussions. >> turner said he believed concussions led to his developing als. we asked dr. smith if that could be the case and he said there's not enough research proving a link between concussions and als. ♪ local catholics marked holy thursday, three days before e t easter. tonight, the. >> caller: basilica held a mass of the lord's supper. the mass commemorates the lord's supper where jesus washed the apostle's feet. the archbishop wash feet following christ's example. could be a wet commute in the morning? >> it will be wet in the morning. showers in the morning. commute, kind of rainy friday.
if you have friday night plans, the rain is not going to last that long. at least the timing is good and it will clear out for your friday night and easter weekend. i'll have that forecast in just a second. aside from that, we're talking high pollen levels. over the weekend we will see the levels jump up again. that forecast in just a minute. the rain we expect for tomorrow is moving into western pa. loc locally, we're dry but all this is approaching the area and we will see some before sunrise tomorrow. for today, we didn't have the rain, we were dry. the pollen levels were high. tomorrow, with the rain, look how low we will get. rain knocks those pollen levels down. if your allergies have been b h bothering you lately, you shouldn't notice too much. nice weather setting up again, sunny skies, saturday and sunday, levels going up. it will be high this weekend for easter sunday. as far as rain is concerned for tomorrow, here's the timing of it. showers before sunrise.
here's 9:00 in the morning and we will see showers in the philadelphia area, especially points north and west. for the morning commute take your time on the roadways, we will be seeing showers around by the middle of the day, lunchtime still expecting scattered showers, cannot rule out thunderstorms with this either although i don't think we will see many. by the early to mid afternoon hours before the evening commute, a lot of this should be making its way to the shore and trying to clear up for the evening commute. it does appear we should be dry through your friday night also and your weekend. starting off saturday, sunshine and temperatures by the afternoon, close to 60 degrees in some spots. we're talking about easter morning, sunrise, 6:52 in the morning. nice conditions, dry for any easter egg hunts or sunrise services. by 7:00 a.m., temperature, 42 degrees, 9:00 a.m., 51 and by noon easter sunday in the low 60s. tonight, a little bit mild, mid to upper 50s for overnight low,
clouds increasing and could see showers before sunrise. early tomorrow the rain starts for the morning commute and clearing later in the day and mostly later in the afternoon. chance of thundershower and possible temperatures around 70 degrees regardless of the rain and still above normal this time of the year and saturday, 60 degrees. sunny, cool by sunday a little milder. 67 for a high. rain returns late sunday night into monday and linger to tuesday and then we get a little co cooler. >> thank you. did you hear? >> reporter: i am john clark. >> hey, john, i was going to say there was a school called villanova, might have advanced to the elite 8. is that john stark in louisville? >> reporter: you got it. we're going the take you to the celebration heading to the locker room. a v for villanova there. coming up in sports we'll hear from the cats as they are moving on again.
hi. i'm amy fadool from sportsnet. last time they were in this
position they beat duke by 22 points. wildcats trounce miami by the exact same margin. villanova won 92-68 with a blistering 63% from the field. even more impressive. 67% from three-point range. wildcats had four starters in double figures, kris jenkins,
69-92, pardon me. jenkins had 21 points. now down to john clark from louisville. >> reporter: hey, i caught up after the game and saying villanova may be the hottest team in the tournament. i don't know anybody better. take a look at the cats heading back to the locker room, they were jumping all over the place. villanova is the hottest team in the tournament. they have beaten three teams by a combined 72 points shooting 59% in this tournament, the best a team has shot in 23 years. i asked some cats, are they surprised how much they're blowing out these teams? >> if any team shooting the way we're shooting right now can easily be the most dangerous
team in this country. hopefully we can keep shoot like that. >> it's pretty special. we want to come out hungry next game and it will be a big game whoever it is and excited about the game. >> we went through three years earlier. us as upper classmen know how that feels. it's something we don't want to feel. now,getting deeper into the tournament something we don't want to feel even more. we're happy we got this far but we can't be complacent about that. >> we're just playing really well right now. we're really a fine tuned machine right now. it's making the score look like domination. when you see the game, you don't feel like villanova is overwh m overwhelming this team. >> there's still tough love come from you? >> yeah yeah. >> reporter: he is going to coach them up for their elite 8
matchup on saturday. how gutsy was ryan arcidiancono? i'm told he was sick before the game. back to you. >> flyers are in colorado trying to keep pace with the red wings who had a two point lead for that final wild card spot in the playoffs in the east. game tied at two lateen the third and you can see the rest of the game on comcast sports. back after this. katie vo: she works as many hours as the guys do. she doesn't work 21 percent less. she handles as
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