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at giant, shoppers low prices by the thousands, plus a thousand more that just dropped. all these low prices! what are you trying to do, get me to feed the whole neighborhood? no. just trying to save you a whole lot of "bread." [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags, thousands of low prices. my giant. two firefighters critically injured after their shot in maryland. unfolding this temple hills tonight, outside washington, d.c. police say the firefighters were at a house for a medical call
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and couldn't get anyone to come to the door. the firefighters decided to go into the house and that's when the person inside began shooting. police say the shooter is now in custody. and is cooperating with authorities. we'll bring you more information as we get it. check the nbc 10 app for updates. could mccoy face charges after all? state prosecutors review the investigation after a brawl with two off duty officers. good evening. >> nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal is live at the d.a.'s office in center city. randy, it's only been a few days since philadelphia's top prosecutor revealed mccoy was in the clear. >> reporter: that caused an uproar of cops that thought the nfl star should face charges and now the state is stepping in for a second look at the case to divide whether the d.a. made the right call. running back mccoy was in the career. the case against him effectively closed until this week.
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the pennsylvania attorney general's office will now take a second look at the nightclub brawl. >> the look at the paper work, the video, all of the video. and then they'll make a decision. >> reporter: john with the fraternal order of police demanded the new investigation. he says mccoy assaulted and seriously injured two off duty cops and hoping new information breaks the case open. >> clearly assault. i mean, from what i understand, there's more extensive video where it shows even more of an assault so, you know, we'll see what happens. >> reporter: the state must decide whether prosecutors in philly handled the case correctly. if not, they'll consider whether to ask a court to reverse the decision. the d.a. said it was rock solid investigation based on dozens of interviews, video and medical records. in the end, there was not adequate evidence to prove that any individual committed a criminal offense.
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what is clear is that this case is causing a rift between cops who investigate crimes and the district attorney who prosecutes them. >> i can guarantee you at no time in the near future will any cop be voting for d.a. seth williams. >> reporter: the attorney general's office did warn an unprecedented move to overturn the decision of a local district attorney. at this point, unclear how long the new investigation will take. live in center city, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. new at 11:00, an eighth grade girl is charged as a juvenile after police say she stabbed another girl at school. nbc 10 was there as she was arrested wednesday outside the junior high in philly's logan police. police say the girl was stabbed with scissors. in decision 2016, tonight
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protests outside the donald trump rally in hartford, connecticut. see them gathered there. inside, protesters interrupted trump multimillion times. he called them dummies and said he always tells the crowds not to hurt the protesters. trump's republican opponent john kasich defending comments he made at a rally in new york state today. >> a young asked the ohio governor what measures to take to help female students feel safer on campuses. here's what he said in part. >> i have two 16-year-old daughters. and i don't even like to think about it. you know? i would give you -- i'd also give you one bit of advice. don't go to parties where there's a lot of alcohol. okay? don't do that. okay. >> multiple groups including planned parenthood criticized kasich for blaming victims. but kasich later tweeted, only one person is at fault in the sexual assault and that's the
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assailant. democrats, talk about star power. george clooney and his wife hosting a fund-raiser for hillary clinton in san francisco tonight. this is video of security outside that aevent. clooneys hosting two events this weekend in all expected to raise at least $15 million for the hillary victory fund. bernie sanders released the 2014 tax returns tonight and he and his wife earned nearly $206,000 in 2014 and paid about $28,000 in federal taxes. most of the company's earnings from sanders' senate salary, pledging to release the taxes in last night's debate. just 11 days before voters in our area head to the polls. pennsylvania and delaware with primaries on april 26th. new jersey voters cast their ballots june 7th. state leaders want you to be ready now so you're not confused on primary election day. >> drew smith sat down with the pennsylvania secretary of state
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tonight expecting near record turnout. >> incredibly excited for the election. >> reporter: it is almost time to weigh in on what's been an unconventional primary season. and people trying to get out the vote are worried about confusion surrounding the process. >> if people truly educated, on the electoral system and everything that goes along with it, we would have higher turnout. >> reporter: pennsylvania's secretary of state pedro cortez comes in, working to educate voters. >> numbers are up. we had a surge of registration close to the deadline march 28. and i think that shows the interest that there is. >> reporter: his advice, check status now on and then confirm your polling place and look into who's running. >> i pulled sample ballots of both parties. pay attention to the differences. on both, the presidential candidates at the top. further down, the del gatds. the democrats list exactly who their delegates are committed to, clinton or sanders.
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but the republicans do not do that. and their delegates are not bound to who wins the primary popular vote. >> the delegate process is complicated. no doubt. >> reporter: malcolm hopes to be on the convention floor in philadelphia in 100 days. >> this is a year where it's been an intense presidential election. >> voting is fundamental right as citizens of the nation. >> reporter: this year especially your vote could make a difference. drew smith, nbc 10 news. dozens of homes are without water tonight after a water main burst in west philadelphia. sky force 10 over the scene at simpson street. contractors doing road work and hit the line and causing the leak. the leak is shut off and residents won't have water service until tomorrow. turning to the weather now. nbc 10 in center city and people definitely dressed for anything
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as far as temps go tonight. >> some people with the winter coats on. others dressed for the warmer weather coming this weekend. let's go the nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. how does it look? >> beautiful. we have the new neighborhoods forecast debuting from yesterday and from here on out, much more specific look at your forecast wherever you live and also the bottom of the screen, the 7-day forecast always scrolling. like the lehigh valley to the shore to philadelphia areas in delaware because we all know that weather is not exactly the same in every area. temperatures right now, though, as if you're outside, we have some 30s on the map already. in south jersey, some temperatures in the suburbs are in the 30s so some patchy frost there and if you're in the philadelphia area, right now looking at 50 degrees. 49 andorra. fox chase at 53. 51 winchester park. temperatures in the rest of the area, mostly around the upper
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40s by tomorrow morning, though, here's the morning forecast if you're in south jersey or pennsylvania suburbs, temperatures in the 30s. some patchy frost for tomorrow morning. a lock at the rest of the weekend neighborhood weather forecast nice warm-up coming. straight ahead. >> all right. a tsunami advisory's been lifted in southern japan which has seen the second powerful earthquake in little more than a day. police say the latest quake with a magnitude 7.1 and killed at least 19 people. the earlier one left ten people dead and hundreds injured. there was a massive landslide with heavy damage near a dam. new tonight, a celebration to benefit women victimized by sex trafficking. >> dawn's place is a residential rehab center based in philadelphia and nbc 10's keith jones found out their work is literally saving women's lives. >> tonight, the mood was light but in the streets of
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philadelphia it's hard to imagine what some call modern-day slavery. >> tortured me, beat me, had tried to kill me. he meat me with a hammer, with a blackjack. he poured bleach in my mouth. >> reporter: this woman, for decades, prostituted, addicted the drugs and sadly not the only one. >> this man controlled me. he beat me. he put me in the hospital for 15 days. >> reporter: anne-marie jones spoke of a different man, this one impregnated her with twins and then kidnapped them and fled to canada. both lived in vacant homes, abandoned cars and were as good as dead. ♪ or so they thought. they found dawn's place which helps women trafficked, prostituted or pimped. >> i felt immediate peace. and i said i'm going to do this. >> i had never lived on my own. i had never worked a day in my life.
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i got to dawn's place and i found me again. >> reporter: today ann-marie reunited with her twins. and she works at a daycare and both also work at dawn's place. >> everybody needs somebody. you know? if i'm that somebody, bring it on. >> i have my life back today. you know? and dawn's place has done that for me. they helped me become a lady again. >> reporter: in philadelphia, keith jones, nbc 10 news. this june, septa riders purchase new electronic key cards taking the place of a token or weekly or monthly pass and used on trains, trolleys and buses. riders buy plans with a debit or credit card. 10,000 cards june 13th issued at certain transit stations and
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headquarters. help me! >> this video sparked a huge debate of corporal punishment. the state that outlawed spanking your kids at home. plus, should you be able to text in the movie theater during the film? >> well, the chain rethinking the plans after public outrage. plus, the villanova wildcats show they're heroes off the basketball court. a surprise for a little boy who might be their biggest fan.
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in the last eight years,
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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, 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. we're going to do it. i'm going to spank you. >> mommy! help me! help me! >> paddled by the principal for spitting. a mother's void owe of school officials hitting her 5-year-old gone viral. and it's reigniting a debate over what is proper punishment. corporal punishment is legal in georgia where that took place and against the law in schools in pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware and delaware outlaws it
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at home. >> hitting for discipline can actually lead to changes in the brain that are negative such as decreased gray matter, lower verbal iq scores. >> in a statement, the school district in georgia say it's investigating and looking into the discipline policies. >> we know this is a heated debate among viewers and we want to know what you think. >> school administrators be allowed to use corporal punishment on young students? we have a lot of comments and we want to hear from you. chime in right now on the nbc philadelphia facebook page. they looked like real emergencies but it was all just practice. students at the delaware county emergency facility dealt with scenarios. real police, emts helped them. teacherses called it a critical learning experience. about face for an amc
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theaters. the chain is leaving plan it is allow moviegoers to text in the theater on the cutting room floor, if you will. amc ceo said the company heard loud and clear that texting is not what the audience wants. earlier this week, ceo said he was opening the making some theaters texting and mobile device friendly and prompted a social media outrage. the dancing shoes are on tonight in delaware county. springfield high school kicked off the 14th annual dance marathon. they try to dance for 15 hours to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer research held in the memory of a beloved teacher who died of cancer. the bulls and bears of wall street got a vuz isit from the wildcats this morning. big cheers for senior members of
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villanova's men's basketball team who rang the opening for new york stock exchange today. coach jay wright on hand, as well. a latest honor for the cats as national championship victory and the team's also giving back to nova nation. >> two seniors surprised a little fan fighting a rare cancer and it was all caught on video. >> what do you think? >> oh my gosh! >> they hid inside a playhouse and surprised blaze davis. blaze's family wanted to give him a place to have fun as he battles cancer. the 4-year-old is a huge wildcats fan in their championship run. they also brought him some nova gear. >> probably like, can you guys stick around and stay forever and play with me? >> little face and little reaction was -- in my playhouse?
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very cool. love this. nbc 10 pinpointing the forecast where you live. >> bringing you first alert neighborhood weather and meteorologist sheena parveen with a forecast on tap. >> no matter where you live, but we know that there are weather differences, obviously, from the lehigh valley to philadelphia to the shore and so that's why we have all these more specific forecasts for you. not just one seven-day but many. they're scrolling right on the bottom of the screen and never miss and always have it up for you and we'll have a way more detailed forecast than we ever did before an we took your feedback from you as a viewer and we took it and made this a lot more specific, narrowing in on neighborhoods. okay. so here's the headlines overnight tonight. 30-degree temperatures in some of the suburbs. lehigh valley or suburbs of new jersey, patchy frost in the morning. maybe not as widespread and warmer going into the weekend,
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too. continuing to warm by sunday and near 80 degrees going into monday. if you're heading maybe to the cherry blossom festival in fairmont park tomorrow, 64 degrees. by sunday, low 70s. a little bit of a weekend warm-up. warmer as we go in to our monday. pollen levels, though, these are going to be staying high. even as we go in to next week. so with the dry air in place and the sunshine and the beautiful forecast, these pollen levels continue to stay up there. saturday, sunday, monday, all the awway into the start of the next week. take a look at the neighborhood high temperatures for tomorrow. 67 degrees. westchester 66. newtown, 66 degrees. and if you're closer into the interior parts of south jersey, like avalon near 60 degrees
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tomorrow. linwood 60 degrees and dover at 64 tomorrow. wilmington right around 65 degrees. the big weekend story is warming up. compared to last weekend, philadelphia, atlantic city, wilmington and reading, everyone warmer than last weekend. remember, we had a rain and snow last saturday. this weekend, not so much at all. we are going to see beautiful weather. philadelphia through the suburbs and pennsylvania, south jersey, along the shore, lehigh valley and delaware, nice looking forecast. we stay nice and sunny and dry across the board. but outside right now we are also looking at nice conditions. take a live look outside. here's a live look across philadelphia and right side of your screen that's the new comcast center going up bah we have clear skies, good visibility, temperatures getting cooler but we showed some weather video earlier and walk around in a light jacket right now or maybe just short sleeves. it's really perfect outside at the moment but getting chilly
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overnight. >> yeah. need a little jacket for tonight. >> yes. jacket tonight. sunglasses for the next several days. >> yes! good. >> no rain in the forecast until a week from today. >> awesome. >> nice. thank you. well, this is the highest honor for a business executive in our area. nbc 10 at the well penn award gala at center city where the chamber of commerce honored the woman who was the resimilar cent of the william penn award and nbc 10 is a proud sponsor of that event. legal analyst, the scene of the clarion hotel where the naacp hosted a gala, he was recognized as the event, he is the managing editor and founder of latoison law. fight back and rebuild
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an economy. so does she. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. a real plan to create new jobs and industries of the future. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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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, 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.
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hey, i'm john clark. the flyers go into game two tomorrow night without the best defensive forward. courtier missing the rest of the series. we have a report that he had a strained shoulder and the flyers missed him hurt this season and looks like scott laugton to play in the first playoff game and he says he can bring a little fire to this series. >> haven't played much in the last two weeks and been itching to get back at it, for sure. if i'm in, i'm excited for the opportunity. and just going the try to help the team get a win. >> played -- he played well, you know, in new york the other night. he has a game under his belt.
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he is a versatile player. if we need him tomorrow, he'll be ready to go. capitals not happy with schenn's hit last night. right there. tom wilson says, quote, an unwritten note. you don't run at a guy with .1 seconds left on the clock. he is one to talk. phillies starting pitchers with the best e.r.a. in baseball after ten games, in 44 years. but the e.r.a. way up tonight. everyone honoring and wearing number 42 for jackie robinson. breaking the color barrier. jeremy hellickson is lit up. the nats with five in the first inning. and then in the sixth, bryce harper, look at this shot. wow. fourth homer of the season for bryce. phillies lose, 9-1. but take a look. ryan howard in the ninth. career home run number 361.
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tying joe dimaggio for 81st place on the all-time home run list. that is lofty territory. scary in tampa. hits a line drive. went through the netting. a hole in it. hits a woman. souza checks on her. she was conscious and talking on her way to a hospital. i'm john clark. have a good weekend. we're right back. that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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weekend's here. >> yes. the weekend finally is here and we have a beautiful weekend in the forecast because temperatures are going to keep warming and then by monday, look at that. philadelphia 80 degrees. if you're in pennsylvania suburbs, around the upper 70s. south jersey, near 80. along the shore, though, cooler. upper 60s but that's all monday. look at the weekend, though. saturday and sunday, sunny, beautiful. sunday is warmest day out of the
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weekend and dry across the board so the pollen levels very high. but it's a good time to get the car wash. no rain until a week from today. >> have a great weekend, everybody. thank you for watching. hemist, developing drugs to fight deadly diseases. as a scientist, i know there's more that washington can do to help families. i'm running for congress to protect planned parenthood funding so more women get cancer screenings and treatment... to pass a ban on fracking in the delaware river basin to preserve our clean water, and to always protect medicare and social security. i'm shaughnessy naughton and i approve this message.
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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.
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