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station playing his sons back to back after news of his death was concerned. >> i was just remembering prince myself. one of my favorites "purple rain", and the movie was wonderful and remembering that was one of the first movies my mother bought was "purple rain". >> talking about their favorite songs and what the artist meant to them. >> brought people together, music does that, so mysterious. >> outside the radio station, not hard to find fans. >> he was unique. he was unique, and that's special. >> reporter: people of all ages and ethnicities loved prince's music. >> i was a fan with him from when he first came out 1979. >> they respected what he stood for. >> didn't let anybody tell him what to do, his own person, his own music, real standout. >> reporter: now, coming up at 5:00, some of the songs most
requested today. for now live in wilmington, nbc 10 news. so many songs. prince's fame sky rocketed in the '80s thanks to unique style and sound. >> here's a look back at his life and legacy. ♪ stage name was prince, and he truly was music royalty, inventive style and most iconic songs in music history. ♪ this is what it sounds like >> prince reportedly played 27 instruments on his various albums. three years ago, provocative lyrics led to warnings on albums. prince waged public battles with his record label, warner brothers, performing with the word slave on his face. at one point, he changed his name to an unpronounceable
symb symbol, and he was called the artist formally known as prince, and he eventually changed his name back to prince. his look was just as distinctive as his sound. "purple rain" was not just a musical mass e-piece, but a film. he performed for decades in 2014 giving an eight minute live performance on "snl", and writing a memoir due to be released next year. prince was 57 years old. >> and musicians from across the country express their sadness today about prince's death. patty released a statement, i am deeply saddened by prince's untimely passing. not only was he a dear friend to me, but inspiration. his talent, artistry, and
influence are unparol leled and there will never be another prince. the world suffered a great loss. madonna posted on instagram, he changed the world, a true visionary, what a lossful i'm devastated. this is not a love song. more at 4:30. we talked to members of philadelphia's music community, there's a photo gallery looking back on his music career. now to a tragedy inside a delaware high school. a 16-year-old girl died in a brawl in the bathroom with two other students this morning. it happened in howard high school of technology in wilmington as classes were beginning. we are live in wilmington with what started the fight and how the community is responding this afternoon. >> reporter: police now say witnesses are going to be interviewed well into the evening hours. they say they've been conducted interviews trueing to figure out what led up to the girl's death and how she died.
she was involved in a fight in the girl's bathroom and sustained serious injuries. >> it hurts when you know the person. just out in the streets, like, could have been her. >> reporter: his organization, hope academy, worked with the 16-year-old victim, set to volunteer this summer in youth programs. >> good grades, very respectful. >> reporter: the victim was involved in a fight inside the girl's bathroom around 8:15 this morning. school officials say there were two other girls fighting with the victim and they say that injuries sustained led to her death. >> i'm really sad because this is school, like, i go here, and people are really not that bad here. >> reporter: for students inside the school, they were aware of what was going on, and others were on lock down for an hour before being sent home. >> very sad, too much stuff going around. >> reporter: students have not
been told much about the incident, but speculation among them is the fight was over a boy. >> fight over a boy. i mean, that's kind of messed up. >> reporter: now, the mayor says it was an isolated incident, act of senseless violence, and says schools here are safe for students. again, classes were cancelled, and police say the investigation is far from over. reporting live outside wilmington police head quarters, nbc 0 news. >> thank you. the nbc 10 investigators looked into violation in delaware schools. first, we should note, there were 135,000 public schools, learning there were over 2500 incidents of fighting reports, 14 at howard. 122 of the incidents were considered assault. 57 were classified as violent felonies. count on us for new developments in the story and bring you updates on the air and nbc 10
app. to decision 2016 now. the push for pennsylvania, we are now just five days away from the state's primary. voters go to the polls next tuesday. pennsylvania has long been an afterthought in the primary stake, but it's a key player in crowning this year's nominees. >> three presidential hopefuls are in the keystone state today. trump in harrisburg, and kasich in media now, and sanders stopped in vanton and reading before oaks montgomery county. >> we want him to really come out, attack with a fast ball. >> reporter: sitting in the parking lot seven hours before the big event. >> listening to baseball. >> reporter: the first college kids first to arrive as sanders visits. >> he wants to help middle class and invest in jobs and education
rather than incarceration. >> reporter: volunteers beefed the crowd working ahead of the ground game. >> this is a delegate game, so we need to get as many delegates as we can. we cannot afford to lose pennsylvania. >> reporter: sanders spoke in scranton today, a working class town hurt by the loss of manufacturing and railed against greed on wall street. >> if that continues, rich continues to get richer and everybody else gets poor. >> reporter: sanders lost in new york, and some call for him to drop out while some of the die-hard supporters can't ever imagine voting for hillary clinton come november. >> bernie or bust. i don't know. i really like bernie, so i hope he pulls through. >> planning on writing in bernie if he doesn't get the nominee, so i'm not voting for hillary clinton. >> no matter what? >> no matter what. >> i would not vote for any of the republican candidates. >> that was n b.c. 10 randy
gyllenhaal reporting. >> john kasich wrapping up in delaware coupe, two stops in the area today. the governor held a town hall meeting, and tonight, a gop dinner in king of prussia. we'll have a live update at 4:30. as we mentioned, gop front runner, trump, pushes for support tonight in pennsylvania's capital. >> trump will hold a rally at 7:00 tonight in harrisburg, a live look here at the farm show complex and expo center. we'll have a live report from harrisburg coming up at 6:00, but today, trump shared thoughts on several controversial issues in a town hall event with his family on "today," speaking out against north carolina's so-called bathroom law which requires transgender people to use public restrooms that match the genter on their birth certificate. >> you leave it the way it is. there have been few complaints
the way it is. people go, they use the bathroom that they feel is appropriate. there has been so little trouble. >> trump said he does not agree with replacing president andrew jackson with tubman on the u.s. dollar bill and the treasury should have another denomination for tubman. >> blasting trump's comments on the bathroom law in maryland today calling trump's stance on the issue political correctness. the texas senator also said, quote, grown adult men shouldn't be allowed in bathrooms with girls, end quote. >> former president bill clinton was in harrisburg today campaigning for his wife, a democratic front runner, hillary clinton, at the rally discussing plans to raise incomes and tackle gun violence in the community. the former secretary of state spoke on the same key issues in the two stops in philadelphia yesterday. pennsylvania and delaware hold their primary elections on april 26th. new jersey voters go to the polls june 7, and for complete
decision 2016 coverage, including the latest delegate counts and upcoming primaries, tap the nbc 10 app. >> this afternoon, learning new information about what happened moments after a new jersey school superintendent was hit and killed while jogging with his dog. prosecutors say the 17-year-old driver called 911 tuesday morning while parked outside pond road middle school in robbinsville telling dispatchers she believed her car hit someone. according to the investigators, the teenage girl hit and killed the superintendent and his dog. the girl was on her way to the high school for a class trip. classes resume today at the school and a public memorial service for mayer scheduled for tomorrow. lanes open now on the memorial bridge easing congestion seen in rush hour yesterday. back over this morning's
commute, traffic was running smoothly there. drivers avoiding the bridge, though, taking alternate routes two southbound lanes closed while construction crews replaced ropes on the bridge. ♪ ♪ god bless america >> lauren hart there, the musical voice of the flyers began an emotional tribute to the founding father, ed snider today. fans, players, and alumny remembered the late franchise owner. he lost his battle with cancer earlier this month at the age of 83. >> today, a celebration of his life and achievements, and there's many of them, john clark in the audience for today's tribute live with more of the sights and sounds from this event today. john? >> reporter: yeah. it was a magnificent ceremony celebrating the life of ed snider. the current flyers came and
former players joined family and friends here to remember and pay tribute to the man who was the father and founder of the flyers. ♪ my home sweet home >> reporter: the celebration started like every one of ed's beloved flyers' games, "god bless america," and speakers spoke of ed's loyalty and opening up his heart to his family and friends. >> losing ed comes within a year of losing my own father, ralph. these were two of the most important people in my life, both were mentors and heros to me. i had two fathers. there they are. louis and ed. >> reporter: ed's passion in life was his flyers, and for those from philly, they are thankful ed brought hockey to the city. it helped give philly an
identity. >> when flyers won the first stanley cup, our neighborhood exploded. we ran out of our houses, jumped on the cars, ran to the spectrum, one of the most enjoyable experiences i've had other than the birth of my kids. >> reporter: he lived and breathed the flyers. his family says these were his final words. >> i can't thank the flyers enough for everything they've given to me and my family. thank you. >> very emotional today. at 5:00, hear how ed touched the live the of so many kids in the area from the youth hockey foundation and why ed once kicked trump out of the suite at a flyers' game. you'll want to hear that story. see you in an hour. if you missed today's memorial, watch it right now in its entirety on the nbc 10 app or nbc10.com. more potential trouble to report for pennsylvania's
embattled attorney general. this time over the security of her e-mail. records obtained by the associated press show kathleen cane sent or received nearly 4,000 work letted e-mails through her personal account containing confidential information like secret grand jury and attorney-client communications. she knsaid she never knew the policy existed until asked about it. the fbi is investigating a similar scandal involving hillary clinton, the presidential candidate using a private e hail server as secretary of state. today, the director of the fbi says there's no timetable for when that investigation will be finished. mayer kenney speaking outen the travel ban in north carolina and mississippi. by issuing the ban, the city takes a stand against bigotry and prejudice. happening in the states and in stays and states nationwide. as we mentioned, north carolina's so-called bathroom law requires transgender people
to use public restrooms that match the genter on the birth certificate, and mississippi prevents government agencies from taking actions against anyone that denies services based on religious objections. social media posts cost schilling his job at espn. fired yesterday after posting an anti-transgender methamphetamine on facebook. earlier in the week in a statement, espn says he was advised that his conduct was unacceptable. schilling played for the phillies from 1992-2000. new jersey students returned to testing today after a computer glitch. school officials say the exams were going well yesterday until several students found they couldn't log in to take the test. the company that administers the exam says it was caused by human error and working to repair the problem. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with glen hurricane
schwartz. >> well, another warm day, plenty of sun early, and clouds starting to come in in parts of the area, generally high clouds. the temperatures got into the 70s in much of the area, but not everywhere. as you'll see with our neighborhood weather. looks similar on the map, but as we head to the shore and get into the detail that wind coming in off the ocean's cooled things down, and atlantic city never got to 60 degrees today. barely 60 and inland, it's 73 degrees in may's landing. that's the kind of detail we can show you with our neighborhood weather and, and, the seven day forecast for various areas continuously scrolling in the weather cast. well, you can see in the clouds getting closer, and there's actually some rain on the radar getting into pennsylvania. it's pretty light.
it's not very impress iive at a, and this the area i'm watching. the spin affects the weather in parts of the area by saturday morning to see if the rain showers linger. we are getting needed rain. we need this rain. we have not had it in, like, ten days. some showers coming in, some not heavy. could get scattered showers, heavy thunderstorms in the afternoon, but it's more likely to come later in the day. as you can see, not everybody's getting it. certainly not everybody is letting heavy rain from this, and it starts to move out by saturday morning. cloudy saturday morning. watch what happens throughout the day. clouds move offshore as long as the spinning system keeps
spinning towards the ocean. the temperature? well, it's still warm, and, again, today's warmer than it was yesterday, and tomorrow, up near 80 degrees. the average high, as you saw, 66 degrees. and the neighborhood watch for tomorrow, 80 degrees with those showers. this is not an all-day rain. this is not a washout. this is needed rain and possible thunderstorms in parts of the area. 77 degrees. at the shore, it's going to be on the cold side because the wind is coming from the southwest, and that's not exactly the warm weather direction. as we go through the next few days, you'll see the temperature drop between friday and saturday, but that's still above average. the only places that i have showers in for saturday, south jersey, jersey shore, and delaware. as you can see, we can
distinguish from one area to the next. i'll go further heard a little later, but we want to emphasize that sunday is going to be a spectacular looking day, and if we get enough rain on friday, then we won't have to say, oh, we still need the rain. we can end joy sunday just the way it is and we've had a lot of nice sunny days, but you can't have too many of them or you get a drought and pollen builds. >> i can tell every time i hack something up, the pollen's up. what's great about neighborhood forecast is not everybody gets rain friday, and this way you see the difference in the area. >> yeah. sometimes we know a lot more than we're able to community kate, at least in the last several years as computer models get better and better and better, and now with this system, i can get in there and talk about this specific area and not getting rain until night
and this place gets it in the morning, and i'm able to communicate what we know a little better. >> a broad brush. >> exactly. >> i love it. >> thanks, glen. new research could help women determine if they're at a higher risk for ovarian cancer. a head's up about a threat later in life. plus, cracking down on parking at the jersey shore. the town that's putting in dozens of meters that could cost you more on your summer beach weekends. a tribute fit for a queen. how britain celebrated their leading lady's 90th birthday. first, though, a look at the closing bell on wall street. stocks down across the board today.
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that right there is the sound of hail smashing into a house in wylie, texas. they say the hail was the size of golf balls, if not larger, and it damaged 80% of the city's homes there. ever heard the saying "turn around don't drown"? it's common in texas. this driver tries to navigate over a flooded bridge. water goes over the tires and the truck is swept into the lake. the driver was able to crawl out the window and swim to shore. fortunate for him. >> lucky. >> terrible flooding in texas. >> uh-huh. >> to a happier celebration fit for a queen. >> elizabeth ii, oldest and longest serving turned 90 today. [ bells ringing ]
>> the bells rang out in celebration, and the queen walked through windsor receiving flowers and birthday cards from well wishes and looks pretty for 90. >> she sure does. >> received a birthday cake made by the winner of the television show. >> here's something else to celebrate, nbc 10 counts down to the 2016 summer olympics and the symbol of the games is burning on its route to rio. they used the rays of the sun to ignite the flame at the birthplace of the games in greece. the torch travels across the world before arriving in rio for opening ceremony on august 5th, and we're your exclusive home for the olympics, a team from the station spent time in south america last month gathering stories ahead of the games, so join us for a special report, rio 100 next wednesday, april
27th at 7:00 p.m. well, we continue to get new information now about a big loss in the music industry today. >> news spreads that prince has died, more people are send eer condolenc condolences, and next, what a local music producer has to say about the loss. >> plus, could the worst wildfire in history start in
new jersey? a national magazine calls the pine lands a disaster waiting to happen. all new at 5:00, we asked the experts if there's any truth to that dire prediction.
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♪ his unique music and perm style made him cutting edge in the '80s, which now the music world is stopped to learn prince has die in his estate? suburban minneapolis at 9:00 this morning. this is live shots of his home. deputies found him unresponsive in an elevator. they say that cpr could not revive him. the cause of his death is still unknown. within the last hour, president obama weighed in on the loss, calling prince one of the most gifted and prolific musicians of our time. >> we hear that in the music just played. president says nobody's spirit was stronger or bolder or more creative than prince's. we have more perspective on today's loss. >> live in south philadelphia speaking to music producers of philly's gamble and huff. >> reporter: the sudden death is hitting fans all over the world hard as well as at home and artists in the industry, and kenny is one of philly's biggest
musical stars, his office just down the street here, and he met prince on several occasions. >> he's one of those great talents that only come along every now and then, once a generation, you know, like michael jackson. >> reporter: his voice low, music producer of gamble and huff is saddened. remembering prince, the only one he knows with a purple motorcycle and purple house, he shared a few times they met, calling him unusual and unique, recalling the low key visit to the philadelphia's academy of music and amazing lyrical talent considering him a seven-time grammy winner for "purple rain," and "little red corvette," a superstar making music visual with lyrics and likening him to jimmy on guitar. what was the greatest contribution to the music
industry? >> in addition to his music, he was socially conscious. just as recent as last year. he was in baltimore doing a song in honor of freddy gray, so he was a deep thinker, you know, and he used his music and artistry to send messages out o to -- about freddy gray and all the turmoil happening in this country. >> reporter: now, as you may or may not know, produced for michael jackson and called him a a singer and dancer, he said prince was, quote, a true musici musician, an amazing guitar player with such diverse fans that he was the sound track of our lives during the '80s and '90s. nbc 10 news. >> so many memories, thank you. here's other stories making headlines at 4:00.
a wilmington high school sophomore is dead, not clear how the girl died, but the 16-year-old was involved in a fight inside a bathroom at howard technical high school. after the attack, the school closed for the day. those who knew the victim said they heard the fight was over a boy. ♪ fans and business leaders in philadelphia gathered inside wells fargo center today to celebrate the life of ed snider. the former chairman lost his battle with bladder cancer last week. he was 83 years old. a delaware man arrested for a string of burglaries and car break-ins posed for a -- very memorable mug shot. look at this. this is 23-year-old paul lally of wilmington. yeah. looks like he was sleepy when officials snapped his shot. he broke into cars and sheds over the past two weeks stealing lawn equipment and other items. he was taken into custody and now free on bail, free to take
that nap. >> from our south jersey bureau, members of the community and law enforcement came together today in camden for a lesson in fair and impartial policing. they invited a criminology expert to teach training, and it's unique because it brings the public and police together to learn how to prevent bias and how to handle tense situations like the riots in baltimore and ferguson. lori says camden police are trying to be proactive by having an open conversation with the community. >> what's good about camden is chief thompson just, there was no fire storms. there was no emergency. he recognizes this is a national issue, and he wants to implement best practices in his agency. >> chief thompson, of course, head of the camden county police, and former commission, charles ramsey says she's the leading expert on fair and impartial policing. president obama's pushing gulf allies to step up their
fight against isis. the president met in saudi arabia with top officials with six arab nations today discussing solutions for syria. he reportedly also asked the arab leaders to increase support for the iraqi government as it battles islamic state militants. >> the sooner we can end fighting and resolve this in a political fashion, the better. >> the president says there's also a need for better communication with america's gulf arab alis and summits like the one in saudi arabia are a step in that direction. doctors say women could be getting a head's up about their risk for ovarian cancer. >> up next, the clue experts say could help women manage their health later in life. >> plus, dogs on capitol hill? why a soldier brought his pet for lawmakers today. >> plus, we've had trouble at the dmv, right? how many people get the governor to fix a complaint in person.
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developing ovarian cancer by the age of 77. experts say, though, it does not mean bleeding or spotting leads to cancer. if you struggle to get shut eye in a new place, new house, or a hotel room, doctors may have the answer. sleep lab experiments at brown university show the left hem fierce of the brain is sensitive to sound and slept lightly, but only on the first night. experts suggest our brain stays more awake in order to keep watch in unfamiliar surroundings. a california soldier and his beloved dog shared a powerful story on capitol hill today. he spoke in prompt of the house military veterans caucus this morning. he lost both legs in an ied blast in afghanistan four years ago. he credits his service dog, knoxville for overcoming ptsd. >> i was in trials this texas, and a lot of my friends who have
missing limbs were there, and seeing them interact with him, it's amazing. it's very effective. >> today's briefing comes as the v.a. faces criticism for recent report that suggested there was not enough evidence that proves service dogs help vets with ptsd. >> well, warmed up into the 70s today above what's normal this time of year. tracking rain for tomorrow that could impact your friday. that's next in my first alert forecast. flr
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tonight at 7:30. john kasich wrapped up first of two events in pennsylvania. >> holding a town hall in media this afternoon. lauren mayk is live with more on his message to the voters, lauren? >> reporter: well, jim and rosemary, he talked about policy, social security, listening to each other, and that is why his spoupporters li him. he has work to do in pennsylvania. a new franklin and marshall poll just out shows here he's ten points behind donald trump. john kasich looking for votes in pennsylvania five days before the election. >> any vote for me is a vote for me, not somebody else, and i need support here to have momentum going into the convention. >> reporter: last in the dell galts among republicans, but in pennsylvania, most of the delegates have the unusual privilege of voting for anyone they want at the convention.
i asked about it. how important are pennsylvania's unbound delegates to you? >> all critical, all important, and i met with delegates from pennsylvania in pittsburgh the other day, and that was more -- i met with a lot of delegates yesterday in florida, and delegate hunting is really important to us. >> reporter: making decisions at the convention while voters here choose tuesday. >> took me a long time to decide who to support. kasich's my guy. >> reporter: and you heard john there telling me about meeting with some delegates in various places. well, i spoke with several of the candidates running to be pennsylvania's unbound delegates today, and they tell me they are meeting with him tonight. lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. the three candidates are in pennsylvania stumping tomorrow. hillary clinton will be in the philadelphia area, and trump in harrington, delaware, and you can count on nbc 10 to report on
all of them. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with glen hurricane schwartz. >> ten days without a drop of rain, and that can't keep going on or else we'll be in a drought and allergy sufferers are going to have it bad. it's dry right now, but the clouds are starting to increase. high clouds first, has not stopped temperatures from going up. they are ready to play baseball in wilmington. the blue rocks warming up right now. it's going to be a pretty nice night for baseball. the temperature not dropping very much during the night. staying above the 60 degree mark in most of the area. what about the rest of delaware? well, on the neighborhood weather, we can go down in there and take a look at all sorts of detail. wilmington at 72, newark 70, 71
in middletown, and further south, 70s here. 75 many lincoln, but it's not warm everywhere in delaware. look at that. 59, 58 degrees. we can get that kind of detail as a result with our neighborhood weather. well, the radar isly showing that there are some showers that have come into pennsylvania now. they are fairly light. the system is really well organized, but at least it's something, and some of us are going to get rained on. maybe not everybody by tomorrow. this is not a well organized system. and as we go into tomorrow morning, looks like the morning rush is generally dry. could be a couple showers up to the north and west. lehigh valley first thing in the morning, and as we go through the afternoon, even it's just scattered around, and mostly light. it's later on, especially in the evening when we have the chance
of the heavier showers or scattered thunderstorms coming through, and there's saturday morning. this computer model just in minutes ago showing that rain lingering in new jersey and delaware. we've been talking about it all week, so don't let it be a surprise. it's dry north and west. and then the clearing starting to come in later on. how much rain are we talking about? certainly not a lot, not enough to produce kind of flooding, but it is significant in at least spots. not everywhere. not much rain by friday afternoon, is there? as we go through friday night and into saturday morning, we're talking about less than an inch of rain throughout the area. some places getting a quarter of an inch. as we go flying through the area. tomorrow's 80 degrees, thunderstorms in philadelphia. 77 with late day showers in newtown, doylestown at 76
degrees, pottstown at 76 showers. plymouth at 79, and doylestown 76. it's going to be a warm day, warmer than today. 80 in philadelphia. and then on saturday, the clouds linger, but the showers are predict the only for south jersey and the jersey shore. and southern delaware. the next chance is election day. on tuesday, a good chance of showers and thunderstorms there, and the next one after that coming on thursday. >> free parking could be harder to find on the next trip to the jersey shore. coming up, the wave of new meters.
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officials hope a crackdown in parking help cash strapped city generate much needed mun there by adding parking meters at the beach to raise more money and plan to repair the 25% of meters not working. they would be replaced with new digital technology allowing you to pay with cash, credit card, or by using an app on your phone. >> it's going to be pretty reasonable. this is not a $20 a day fee. you're going to pay a couple bucks if you're going to be at the beach, and, you know, do we have beach tags or parking? >> officials say the new system generates an estimated $2 million a year for the from $500,000 right now. pennsylvania has decided fine uber more than $11 million
for operating without atwo years ago. the public utility commission voted in favor of the fine this morning. uber drew criticism from judges last year for continuing to operate for six months in 2014 after issuing a cease and desist order. a spokesperson says it plans to appeal. >> have you tried one out? i have not yet, and i should. >> i love them. >> i live in the city, but a bike, indigo bike celebrates a birthday, first anniversary in the city by expanding with 300 new bikes and 24 news. i got to get on it. the sites support greater access and libraries, and stations are to be install next week in early may. >> stay out of traffic, rosemary. >> i will. >> once a baking shopping sent, but soon, dozens of families call it home. today marks a grand opening of
leewood village, and the project is transforming the area along the white horse pike in several town homes including walking and jogging trails, retail, and office space as well as restaurants. >> here's keith jones. rosemary, jim, next at 5:00, remembering a music icon. prince died at the age of 57. hits like "purple rain" and so many others, he made a mark on fans around the world. sharing your memories next. also, tonight a fight and student found dead happening inside a delaware school, now students, patients, and the community are waiting for answers. >> a winning campaign -- >> and bernie sanders is speaking to voters right now. we have live team coverage on the push for pennsylvania. that's next on "nbc 10 news at 5:00." narrator: looking out for wall street ceos -
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industries of the future. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. ♪ one of the somes you'll hear a lot over the next few days mourning the loss of the most original artist. prince has died at the age of 57, an artist not afraid of taking risks and created his own musical style that was uniquely his own. >> tonight, awaiting details how
he died, but for now, fans remember his music. we are live from the studs of 93 preponderate 7 in wilmington. a lot of songs to choose from. >> reporter: so many songs, you can name one after another after another, but at the radio station two came up the most, "purple rain," and "diamonds and pearls," and listeners shared what they loved about the man and his music. >> we're going with more, and -- >> lines lighting up requesting they're favorite songs. >>. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: the artist's career spanned four decades with dozs