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police agencies to slow him ,n3whbiu(j one of those agencie were involved as all. i am tim rosenfield. >> i am jacqueline london. >> the questions investigators are dealing with tonight. >> this surveillance video captures what officers saw on march 9th. a 2014 infinity sedan speeding eastbound. moments later, it jumped a curb and hitting several things before crashing and bursting into flames. >> boom, it just blew up. >> the businessman died instantly. >> trying to get to the car but i could not because it was too hot, you know what i mean? he was already dead when he hit the wall. >> clearly speed was apart of the crash that result inside fatalities. no doubt. >> toxicology report will take a
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few weeks. >> police say no drugs or alcohol were found at the scene. we have learned that while philly police conducted their investigation, officers from philadelphia's housing authorities were being questioned. >> it is not unusual at all. >> we have learned from a high ranking source, two pha officers followed the officer us from outside jurisdiction. the also also says tha officers attempted to get behind him and chased him but never caught up. their speed had not been determined. the high ranking source believed that the officers exercised poor judgment were told disciplinary action is forthcoming. we asked philadelphia police about their training of the pursuit. ñ
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trained. >> i don't know for a fact of what they saw and trying to stop that situation. >> reporter: investigators say they don't believe the officers cause the traffic incidents as he continues speed. >> outside aid, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. only nbc 10 spoke to new jersey police recruit after they jumped into action to help crash victims. it happened just after 7:00 this morning. the crash shuts down the section route 70 for more than five hours. the recruits were in about ten cars when one of the cars rear-ended. that caused the chain reaction caused four vehicles. the man causing the crash were thrown to his car. the crews immediately tried to
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revive him with cpr, he died a short time later. >> at the academy they teach you to be attentive to details and that's the most you can do. >> this is asz#etáhrá gets for what they're going to face everyday. >> the man who died is 21 years old of browns mill. he was not wearing a seat belt and it appears strong sun glare played a role in that crash. the assault investigation involving shawn mccoy is getting another look. the state's attorney general will reveal the case. >> earlier this month, district attorney seth williamszçgú sai office will not file charges because there was not enough evidence. using medical marijuana in about a day and a half. governor wolf will sign a bill
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to legalize medical marijuana. details about growing and dispensing and prescribing the drugs are still being sorted out. george is live from the process of this. >> reporter: yes, entrepreneurs work to capture this new market. legislation into practice will take months. today, pennsylvania' top doctors told us the stakes could not be higher. >> for pennsylvania's department of health sunday's legalization of medical marijuana will start two years of intense work preparing the growing operations and the dispensaries and the network of doctors and enforce. a lot. >> i think it is going to take some time. >> lavine's team isñlgh using t
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frameworks of other medical marijuana states as a guide. she says not all of their policies will fit our law. >> so there are best practices that we can learn from other states but our implementations will be according to the specific regulations of this legislation. >> many marijuana legalization creates new market for entrepreneur white, that means business growth. >> you see this as an8çu opportunity? >> yes, it is going to be a huge money making industry. >> state representative marco davidson pushed for rules that'll spread out economic impact for women and minorities and veterans. >> state leaders say doctors have been specialists particularly doctors treating epilepsy. lavine tells us her team will be working fast but prioritizing accuracies. >> we feel an obligation to got
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delay and have things up and running but you have to balance it out. >> reporter: all told setting up this industry could take up to two years.+pa,z reporting live in sinner city, i am george spencer, nbc 10 news. new at 6:00, a woman has tested positive for the zika virus. the health department made this announcement this afternoon, the woman is not pregnant but she recently returned from a country where mosquitos are transmitting the virus. the virus causes severe berirth defects. brilliant sun out there today. you can take your pick of ways to get a nice work out along the >> yeah, those rowers were
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moving. >> it is perfect baseball weather for the phillies tonight where the philliefilphillies ta nationals. >> you have been asking us a focused forecast and we have zoomed in. >> you will not get this anywhere else. we are zooming it down to your neighborhood. any city that you live in or heard of, we have it on the map for you. your seven-day forecast, it is always on the screen no matter where you live if you are in pennsylvania or new jersey ordeal ware. we have that seven-day forecast for you. and this is the neighborhood weather just one example of that is how we can zoom into counties and we have temperatures, current temperature readings of any spot in the county. >> philadelphia is at 63 degrees. west mountain air reus at 63.nì% >> if you are up in the fox
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chase, 66 degrees currently. 65 in wind chester if you are heading out any time soon. philadelphia area, temperatures are comfortable right now. if you are going to be out later tonight by 10:00 p.m., take a look, here is another form of our neighborhood forecast for you. if you are in quaker town, 46 degrees, clear skies by 10:00 p.m. >> wilmington at 48 degrees as well as atlantic city. tomorrow morning, there will be some patchy fog at some of the suburbs and maybe not as widespread. quaker town whhát around 70 degrees. that's one spot where we could see some patchy frost. tomorrow afternoon for your saturday, look at these temperatures, now, there is a contrast obviously between a shore and point in land which is why we are doing this neighborhood forecast. 56 degrees in the afternoon, mid to low 60s elsewhere, we'll take a closer look at your weekend's forecast coming up.
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all right, sheena. to decision 2016 right now, the race for the white house with the primaries drawing closer to the keystone state is coming into focus. hillary clinton campaign announced she will make a stop to philadelphia on when. this is a video of clinton campaigning in new york today. it will come less than a week before voters head to the polls. we are now ten days and 12 hours from the pa primaries. delaware also holds its primary that day. >> clinton's rival, bernie sanders, is at the vatican today, he's attending a socio economic and environmental issue. the trip comes four days before the primary in new york. all candidates are in new york today, donald trump and ted cruz spoke. john kasich held a town hall in water town. >> as the new poll shows, donald trump is keeping a big lead in
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new york right now according to new numbers from an nbc wall street journal polls. 50% republicans say they are likely to vote for trump. ted cruz is last and kasich is in second place. get the latest presidential buzz all day and everyday with our app. check out all the important primary dates and news from the campaign trails with our complete coverage of 2016. new information this even ng the bill cosby sex assault. a judge today ordered cosby's lawyer to show the comedian accuser any e-mails to or from the former prosecutor in this case. that decision is part of a defamation lawsuit that constan filed against cosby. constan accused cosby of
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drugging and assaulting her. the delaware base company is fighting a subpoena from the state of vermont. vermont is asking for r tthe results over the health of gmo's and pesticides used on those crops. it is required to be label as much of all foods. the cats are not wasting a single second of their national spotlight from the parade last week. a trip to the stock exchange today. they're taking time to hang out one of their most devoted fans. we'll tell you how they surprise one special boy in delaware county. and the plan raises the retirement age. it's true. the a.a.r.p. opposed the plan, citing dramatic cuts to medicare benefits. the plan sestak supports means higher out-of-pocket costs
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in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations,
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all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us. the wildcats are enjoying every second of their national championship ring so far. >> today, they took a trip to ñ [ cheers ] >> they rang the opening bell. well. >> what fun was that for the
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first pitch. the wild kacats also used their fame. they're spending with a fan who who's fighting cancer right now. >> high profile appearances becoming the norms. the most memorable stop may have been to basement in delaware county. watch what happens when the two surprises a special little boy who happens to be a big nova fan. >> yeah. >> here we are. oh please. >> oh. >> look at your basement, blake. >> oh. oh my god. >> that right there is lacey davis checking out his new nova's play house that's recently done. he saw them.
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the family wanted to give him a place to have fun as he battle that rare form of cancer. look at these pictures. l he's four years ÷)yold. blake's parents went to villanueva and the little boy is a huge fan. aside from signing the little hide away there, also brought him some great villanueva gear alo along with it signed along wiwi coach. just amazing jimmy and jackie. >> very great, they barelybasem >> i have a feel thag little boy is going to eat in there and sleep in there and he may never leave there.
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>> a great story. now time for our first neighborhood weather. >> yes, you have been asking us for the focused forecast of where you live. now, we are giving it to you. >> you will see different city names coming off and on in your screen. let's go to sheena parveen. >> yes, a specific forecast, we narrowed it down to your neighborhood. we have one seven-day forecast in the past for philadelphia. now, we have many right at the bottom of your screen. you will never miss it and it goes from the lehigh valley to the shore down to delaware @ex.o anywhere. we'll be able to have their own specific forecast. here is a look at your temperatures, 64 in philadelphia and 62 in our suburbs north and mainly. let's take a look at delaware, greenville at 62 degrees. harmony hills at 64. odessa coming in at 59 degrees. a little further south, dover
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coming in at 67 degrees. harrington at 57 degrees. 58 degrees in redding. closer to the beach, 52 degrees. >> a bit of a difference from the delaware beach and the jersey shore and until you get further in land which is why we are doing this with more specifics. temperatures right now, mostly mid-60s against philadelphia. look at the clear skies that we have around right now. lehigh valley around clear skies. if you are in the east on area. mid-30s so you% may have some patchy frost again in the morning and in delaware. blue rock stadium looking fantastic and temperatures low 60s. we are going to see warming waes as we go into the week. the phillies are going to have a nice home stand as we go through the next several days.
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that's all because of the the dry air in place. you don't see any rain headed our way any time soon and that's the way it is going to stay, all because of this that's going to be nice and dry and it is going to give us a beautiful forecast as we go into your monday. take a look at the forecast as we go through the rest of the evening for philadelphia. 62 degrees, currently temperature in the mid to low 60s by tomorrow morning by 43. if ru you are in the suburbs ne 50s by 10:00 p.m. tomorrow. lehigh valley close to the upper 30s. low 40s to start off your saturday. >> closer to about 40 degrees. now, we go into your neighborhood tomorrow, if you are in the philadelphia area, 56 is the high temperature tomorrow. newton at 66 degrees. phoenixville at 64. and plenty of sunshine and we go
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into our new jersey suburbs. jersey shore right around 60 degrees and dover around mid-60s. here is a look at your next ten days, nice weather in store by monday and right around 80 degrees in philadelphia. it is going to be fantastic. the weekend's warm up, that's big story. last week when we had the snow and rain, this weekend is much better. let's take a live look though, let's head over to john clark. >> thank you, flyers lost game one last night and they lost one of their key players. why the capitols say a flyer broken one rule. that's next. ceos - that's wressmk sestak was one of only eight democrats to join republicans to allow ceos of bailed out banks to pay themselves unlimited bonuses using bailout money.
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hey, i am john clark from comcast sports r8net. a big loss for the flyers. >> tim reports that he had a sprained shoulder. >agv]+ñ flyers held an optional skaet skate on friday. >> right now, a replacement for the team's best defensive forward. >> i have not played much in the last two weeks and i have been inching to get out. i am just trying to help the team win and that's the biggest thing. >> he played well in new york the other night. and we would obviously got to think about different line combinations that you know he
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may go away with. i know if we need him tomorrow, he will be ready to go. >> he missed a large amount of time mostly in the month of february and in the 19 games. that'll be the challenge moving forward in this series. from the verizon center here in washington dc, john boric. tom wilson, take a look at the video. says, quote, it is kind of an unwritten rule, you are down two goals and you don't run a guy with .1 seconds left. >> the nationals tonight and jere jeremy helics is on the night. one of the best starts that you will see yesterday. he's got 25 strikeouts this season. >> and he almost thought of
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quitting baseball because of injuries before. >> and now the 1-2 pick. >> there was a time it was actually my first year because again, i was drained physically and mentally. it was easy to say that i don't want to do this anymore because my work ethics was not there. hey, deep down, you have to push yourself so i could not give up easily. >> chris jenkins says he will return to villanueva. i am john clark, we'll be right back. caand treaunt every single week, that's not a big surprise. winners, winners everywhere! play today!
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setting up for a nice weekend. >> yes, a beautiful week. a nice warm up on saturday and sun. look at this forecast weather whether you are in pennsylvania or the suburbs or along the shore. no matter where you are, you will be warmer sunday than saturday. either way, it will be beautiful and sunny skies. we'll be in the low 70s by your sunday. you can enjoy whatever you are
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doing this week. remember the pollen levels are high, too. >> i am jim rosenfield. >> and i am jacqueline london, now with lester holt pan. t a ris death toll es i an rgent se missi a miracle survivor, a baby, is pulled from the rubble. trump change. new details on the shifting strategy in trump's inner circle, and after a fiery showdown sanders jets to the vatican while clinton raises big money with george clooney. deadly zoo attack. tragedy as a worker is killed by a tiger. what went wrong at the palm beach zoo. manson murderer paroled, fame list outraged as an infamous killer could be set free decades after the shocking crimes that terrorized los angeles. and pot for pain. a booming business from bath salts to lotions

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