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alert forecast at your fingertips. the app is a free download. >> back to the breaking news in the death of prince. the sheriff in carver county minnesota is holding a news conference now on the investigation into the death of the music icon. let's take a quick listen in. >> to you, prince rogers nelson was a celebrity. to us, he's a community member and a good neighbor. to his family, he is a loved one. in life, he was a very private person. we're going to continue to respect his privacy and his dignity in hope that you do as well. we also respect the media's right to information. bear in mind this incident happened about 29 hours ago and continues to be under investigation. there are some things regarding this investigation that i will not be able to talk about.
i'm going to give you a statement and we will then take questions that you may have. at 9:43 yesterday morning, we received a medical call at paisley park. the fire, the sheriff's office, and ridgeview ambulance responded to the call. that is our standard protocol and is not unusual at all for us to have everybody respond to a medical like that. they found an unresponsive male in the elevator. cpr was initially started, but was unsuccessful. he was pronounced deceased at 10:07. we have identified him as prince rogers anelson, 5 7 years old. staff members from paisley park were unable to contact prince yesterday morning and went to
check on him finding him unresponsive and called 911. deputies went through the building to ensure there was nobody else inside. because this was an unwitnessed death of a middle-aged adult, the decision was made to process the scene. that is also normal protocol, not different from what we normally would do. there should be no -- we ended up contacting the county crime lab to help us with that, and there should be no inference taken from that. it's not unusual for them to come out and do those types of calls. we finished with our processing late yesterday afternoon. we turned paisley park back over to prince's representatives. again, because investigation is ongoing, i will not be answering questions on whether or not there were any items taken during our processing. the midwest medical examiner's
office was contacted and the doctor who is a county medical examiner responded. there was no obvious signs of trauma on the body at all. the body was transported to the doctor's office for an autopsy, and that is being done today. results from that autopsy may take several weeks which is not up usual. again, this will continue to be an open investigation until the autopsy results come back and we are ready to take questions that you may have. >> you yous have been listening to the sheriff of carver county minnesota have a news conference, hold a news conference on the death of prince. he did not give many details only to say it's an open and ongoing investigation. no obvious signs of trauma, and that an autopsy is being conducted today. the results of that autopsy may take a few more weeks. we're going to be listening into
the press conference if anything else comes up, of course, we'll pass it along to you. also, this evening, tonight right here on nbc 10, a tribute to prince, and dateline presents an hour long special for the singer, prince, life and death of an icon tonight on nbc 10 here at 10:00. nonstop news continues with a photo that captures a teenager fighting off her attacker in south philadelphia, the woman's hand on the man's neck pushing him away. brandon hudson has new information about the attack, search for the suspect, and how the victim's doing. brandon, what have you learned? >> reporter: well, keith, the woman has injuries. she's upset. but she will be fine. take a good look. investigators shared this image with us hoping you'd recognize the attacker, showing you this all day on air and online. this attempted sexual assault happened in this 1300 block of wardon street. to give you an idea, broad
street is down this way and pats and ginos four blocks this way. a woman told police she was followed fora block, pulled out the pepper spray, and when attacked, she sprayed him and hit him in the throat before he ran away. we spoke to neighbors who say they will be more vigilant. >> i give her a lot of credit. i do. i was mugged once when i was young. i fought him off. >> reporter: you can sympathize. >> oh, yeah, definitely. >> this person was prepared, which is good. if there are kids and young people walking around at night, they should have something and not be walking around by themselves. >> reporter: again, take another good look at this photo. the one we shared with you all day. police say this guy's 37 years old, 225 pounds, and 5'7", police are using forensic evidence in hopes of making a capture and arrest. live in south philadelphia,
brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. now to a developing story we're following at least eight people dead in four locations in rural ohio. seven of them including two children were shot in execution style killings at three homes along a country road. investigators believe they are all members of the same family. no arrests made. it's unclear whether the killer or killers are among the dead. details on the death of the eighth person have not been released, but authorities say the body was found in a fourth location. the ohio attorney general is scheduled to hold a news conference at any moment now about the murders, and latest on the investigation. this is a live look. we'll listen to what he has to say, of course, bringing you the latest information right here on nbc 10. now to decision 2016, the campaigning is picking up steam ahead of tuesday's primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. today, four of the five presidential candidates are in our area spreading their message
to voters, and today's been the busiest so far in the campaigning blitz. >> we counted ten stops in pennsylvania and delaware. one is expected to start any minute now, and here's a live look from harrington where the republican front runner will address the crowd at the delaware state fairgrounds. that's where nbc 10 is live this afternoon. andrea? >> reporter: well, earlier today, the line snaked around the arena, and take a look behind me. people are still coming. hundreds are already inside. now, supporters tell us that issues like trump's take on immigration brought them here early to show their support. trump supporters came in the red, white, and blue counting down until they laid eyes on the presidential candidate. >> i got here at 3:00 a.m. and was the first one here. it was completely dark. >> reporter: no one more excited than donna. >> i believe that he's going to fix the country and make it a better place and he's a
businessman, and i think he can run the country like a business. >> reporter: but not everyone in the crowd made up their minds. >> because i don't know who i'm voting for, so i wanted to see what the trump supporters are like and what he'll say. intrigued to see what he has to offer. >> reporter: delaware's primary four days away. >> i don't think i will change my mind, but hearing him in person makes it better. >> reporter: delaware is not usually a stop on the campaign trail during the primary elections, but this season, every delegate counts. >> vote for trump. >> reporter: why parents took their kids out of school today for the rare opportunity. >> this is, like, a way better experience for me than world history, which i'd be in right now. >> app opportunity trump supporters would not miss. >> any doubt you would be here today? >> none. i would be here rain or shine. >> reporter: unlike other trump rallies, we have not seen any protesters. now, coming up at 6:00, highlights from trump's speech. reporting live in harrington,
nbc 10 news. >> see you then, thank you. our decision 2016 team coverage continues now with nbc 10's lauren mayk, covering both democratic candidates in the area today. lauren? >> reporter: for the democrats, there's a lot at stake here, almost 200 delegates, one of the biggest states out there, and that's why we've seen them here so much. today, they shook hands, took pictures, and tried to reel in time votes. >> senator bernie sanders! >> reporter: the time push into the final weekend in philadelphia. bernie sanders speaking at a faith and moral economy breakfast hitting themes that carried his candidacy. >> what this campaign is about is essentially saying enough is enough. we're going to create an economy that works for all of us and not just for the 1% or the top one tenth of 1%. >> reporter: the message drawing supporters like gary. >> something in us that gives us
something to believe in. >> reporter: taking on the woman who won pennsylvania's primary eight years ago. [ applause ] >> reporter: she gathered women in a small restaurant also to talk about equality. but as the primaries hit the home stretch, it was donald trump, not sanders, she took vigorous aim at. >> i'm not responding to what he says about me but what he says about women in general. i'm going to respond to what he said about immigrants and muslims and respond on behalf of all the people that have been the target of his hatred and his demagoguery. >> reporter: clinton supporters came to see her, calling her courageous. >> she could stay at home and be content being a grandma, but she depose out to fight for women and to do something to break a barrier that has not been broken yet. >> reporter: now, both hillary clinton and bernie sanders have different strengths they are showing here. bernie sanders is attracting new supporters with his message. they are energized by it.
hillary clinton on display here is history she has with voters and some individuals who came out and told stories about her reaching out to them in tough times. i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. >> on the other side, ted cruz spent the day in the keystone state with a rally in willia williamsport this morning, and then told supporters his presidency would help the people of pennsylvania. >> this next election is about three critical issues, jobs, freedom, and security. >> cruz was behind trump, and polls greet supporters tonight at 7:00. >> john kasich still in it. he's turning attention further north in connecticut later on this evening. for complete decision 2016 coverage including latest delegate counts and where
campaigns are happening, tap on the nbc 10 app. big news about this year's wawa welcome america celebration in july. nbc 10 and comcast, universal jump in to bring america's biggest birthday party to you on tv online in english, in spanish, we got you covered. >> yeah, really excited about this. independence hall is a part of this, center of it all, but now you and your family will see, you're going to hear it all on nbc 10, 62, and xfinity on demand and live streamed through the app. hear more music on the ben franklin this year. i was here earlier to show us what makes this wawa welcome america so much better. >> reporter: this is the site of the nation's biggest birthday party. it may not look like much now, but this summer, the entire ben franklin parkway will transform into the best free family
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which has all the information, the maps, the guides you need to know and you need to see for the phillie celebration. the best part? the celebration, the sounds of philadelphia's happening earlier, july 4th, at 5:00 p.m. so the whole country can enjoy our country's birthday. this year, all eight days with a multicultural and multigenerational appeal giving families more of a chance to enjoy philly. this is the birthplace of our nation, and this is where it all begins, philly owns the fourth, and you'll have exclusive access to all eight days of fun on air, online, and on site here at nbc 10 and telemund 2. >> love we're a part of it. >> it's huge. look behind us, independence mall, independence hall, that's the center of it. >> couple blocks from my house. i'm always there, so, of course, this year, we're going to be working it and loving it and
bringing it to you on air, online. >> no matter where you are, too, your home, picnic, young kids, you don't want to bring them, but you want to see the parade, music, and see our neighborhoods because that's what we bring you, you need a smart phone, a tablet, and we'll be live streaming the whole thing. count on us for everything you want to know about the wawa welcome america fun. look for stories, event schedules, it's all on the app and nbc10.com. as for performers at the big july 4th concert, you have to wait until next month when those names will be revealed. good news here, traffic woes over the delaware memorial bridge ease today now that emergency road repairs finished. three lanes opened, but a southbound lane closed and speed limit at 50 miles per hour. switching gears, delsz student who died after a school
fight has been identified as a 16-year-old sophomore. nbc 10 is live in wilmington talking to students today. it's got to be a tough day for them. >> reporter: it was. school here was half day. they were released early, and students did take advantage of grief count lores here. i'll step out of the way, and you can see people are gathering here to begin a march to rodney square, beyond the crowd of people, there's a memorial set up for that 16-year-old student. >> there was a young lady, personally, yes. so having a hard time. >> she staid school is where she belonged today. >> i made sure she was where i knew she was safe, and would get support. so i brought her today for counselling because so many of the students are hurting.
>> skinner said she heard multiple versions of how the 16-year-old died, but until she hears from police, she's not sure what to believe. >> as a parent, it wouldn't matter. i would closure. i would want to know the whole story as a parent, but there was nothing that was worth this young lady's life. >> reporter: police interviewed witnesses to the fight including two girls believed to have been involved. the girls are not in police custody. on social media, the #ripamy is trending, as many students who knew her talk about what could have happened inside the girl's bathroom early yesterday morning. police stayed away from talking about how francis died or what they are doing in the investigation so far, but students say she was in a fight with multiple girls over a boy. >> someone to lose their life over a fight. >> reporter: now the attorney general's office sent a statement saying that their investigation is ongoing, including interviews with multiple witnesses as well as
looking at social media accounts and postings as well as photos posted online, and that they will continue to support the wilmington police department during this investigation. reporting live in wilmington, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, temperatures are still warm, but we have those popup shower in tonight's forecast. here's a live look out citizens bank park with neighborhood weather. we are able to zoom and show you your special forecast and multiple forecasts scrolling right at the bottom of the screen for you. looking at radar, though, because we have a lot of showers on the eastern sea board, but locally, we don't have much around right now. now, we do have some showers and even thunderstorms in parts of delaware, but if we zoom in here, most of the area just seeing the cloud cover. let's zoom into parts of delaware and cape may county seeing a couple thunderstorms, and where you see reds and oranges here moving into cape
may, this shows us some of the heavier rain around. some of that is already moved offshore, but the beaches in sussex county and cape may county are starting to see some more showers moving in, but locally, we're not seeing too much else happening in the area, there's a few showers through parts of bucks county and north of philadelphia, but if we zoom into these areas, too, it's just mainly light rain with embedded heavier rain so that extends through parts of bucks county and up to the trenton area and doylestown and trenton with heavier showers as well. this moves out of the area and into other parts of the new jersey. future weather, though, throughout tonight, popup showers in the forecast. here's a look at that future weather. it's not going to be a wash out by any means so we're not going to see ref leaf from the pollen. this is 6:00 p.m. tonight. we could be mostly dry with the clouds around, maybe a few isolated showers, and then we go
into about midnight tonight. we could see another round of heavier rain for parts of southern delaware and cape may county and few showers in the lehigh valley. overnight, showers roll through, and saturday morning, 7:00 tomorrow morning, and showers in parts of new jersey, even north and west of philadelphia, but by 1:00 in the afternoon, it's mostly new jersey and delaware that'll be seeing the rain, so some of this will be lingering into the start of your weekend, 4:30 saturday afternoon, some of this is lingering in the shore and delaware, clearing out more as we go into your saturday evening and saturday night. neighborhood forecasts through philadelphia, tomorrow, this is tomorrow's forecast. some early rain through philadelphia, lingering just early in the morning, and 70 degrees, and 73 pennsylvania suburbs looking at the drier conditions, but could have a few early morning showers, lehigh valley cloudy skies early but clearing throughout the day. temperatures mid-60s in the valley. if you're in new jersey
tomorrow, millville, lingering showers, along the shore, though, temperatures more like the low 60s. a closer look at the week forecast for the rest of the area coming up. today, a community came together to remember a school supersben didn't hit and killed by a student. ♪ here in the power of christ i'll stand ♪ >> at 4:30, the remembrance of wife and a ewe jill by his wife and three sons. penn state is changing how students collect money for the big fundraiser. we'll tell you about the switch and how two tragedies are behind the new policy. plus, a candied coverup. they look like sweet treats. turns out they are anything but. the secret uncovered in the containers next. first, a look at closing bell on wall street, a mixed day, the dow and s&p both finished up, and the nasdaq down
police say a container of candy found at kennedy airport had more than candy inside.
border patrol agents discovered ten pounds of cocaine with a street value of $175,000. the luggage belonged to a traveler from mexico who is now in police custody. pennsylvania state police took down and alleged drug ring today charging 15 people with selling cocaine. they say the investigation began after police seized two kilograms of coke, $thought,000,
and ammunition late last year. they had search warrants for the sting. authorities charged 15 men arrested with possession and intent to deliver drugs. >> these characters sold at least $5 million to $15 million worth of cocaine on the streets of chester city. >> the attorney general says the drug ring worked out of chester's bennett's home housing development. a tough week ending for a merser county community that lost their beloved superintendent. >> the emotional service for steven mayer where his wife and sons shared their memories. the e-class has 11 intelligent
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a school superintendent hit and killed while jogging earlier this week. >> it was an emotional try butte. his sons and wife shared heart felt americans about the family man and school leader taken too soon. ♪ and as he stands in victory >> taking comfort in their faith, hundreds spent friday afternoon at a memorial service paying tribute to steve mayer, to the robbinsville community, he was more than a school supersben dent, but an educator, innovator, and friend. perhaps his most important role, though, was that of husband and father to three sons. >> i need you to know that on tuesday morning, i lost the absolute love of my life. >> he was a fan of family. he was a fan of having fun. he was a fan of my mom.
>> it was earlier this week when 52-year-old mayer was struck and killed on robbinsville road, according to investigators, he was out for a morning run for a jog with his dog when a 17-year-old student from high school hit them. she was on the way to campus for a class trip. at the memorial today, the family had this for all students. >> steve was a light everywhere he went. his smile, his exuberance, his love, compassion. he was a light. what i visualize is each of you standing up using your gift, your god-given gifts that god gave you in your education for his glory. i visualize pieces of my beloved husband all over this world. >> at the memorial service, organizers passed around note paper and pens for those in
attendance to write memories and stories of steve mayer to pass along to his family. >> skyforce10 is live over a scene, crews battling a fire here at a business in reading on articlington street. the fire started as 4:00 this afternoon, just place under control, but you can see just by the sheer magnitude of how many firefighters are there. the fact they surrounded this giant building, just how serious this once was. the name of the business is prizer paint er stove works, making stoves and refrigerators. no reports of injuries, thank goodness. we'll continue to monitor the situation, though, bringing you updates if necessary. >> meantime, here's the stories making headlines at 4:00. authorities in minnesota just released new details within the past few minutes into the death of prince. an autopsy happened today, but the results could take weeks. investigators say there's no reason to believe this was a
suicide when staff members of prince's estate couldn't reach him yesterday morning, they looked for him and found him unresponsive in an elevator and called 911. right now, police in south philadelphia are looking for this man. take a good look. he sexually assaulted a teenager on warton street this week. the victim was able to fight him off with pepper spray. if you recognize him, call police. four presidential candidates blanketed our area today. democratic hopeful hillary clinton met with supporters and bernie sanders campaigned in west philadelphia. republican ted cruz in williamsport. this is a live look where donald trump just walked out, there in the red hat, to address the crowd at delaware state fairgrounds. a live report on what he said, and we are there live listening to him, and we'll make sure we'll bring you a report at 5:00. >> the south jersey mother who
set her newborn on fire and left the child in the middle of the street will spend 30 years in prison. she must serve more than 25 years before eligible for parole. according to the investigators, the mother gave birth to the infant in her house in january of 2015, then drove to a wooded area a few miles away, doused the baby girl with axel rant and set her on fire. the baby died at the hospital. >> in other news, it's no pay friday for workers in atlantic city. it's been two weeks since employees got their last paycheck, and they will not get another until may 89, so today, there was a free barbecue for workers. atlantic city mayer and leaders served up the food, a way to keep up morale for workers as they paddle through the 28 payday cycle. >> it's really good for everyone
to stick together, working harold, coming in even though today's a payday and won't see cash for another two weeks. >> the mayer's says the city is getting a break with news cas o casinos plan to hire 2400 workers this year. dozens of k-marts and sears are closing across the country including in our area. the k-mart on frankfurt area in philadelphia could close as soon as late july. the k-mart on 5th street highway will close doors. retail officials say look for sales starting mid-may. they also say workers may have a chance to apply for spots at other area sears and k-mart stores. today is earth day. you may have noticed right there on the bottom of the screen, we have our peacock colored in green to celebrate. also, the national constitution center celebrating its 100th anniversary of the national park service. kids enjoyed workshops and arts
and craft activities at the constitution center. visitors learned how to make recycled paper and got important lessons going green. happening today, jews in our area and around the world began observing the passover holiday at sun down. the week long holiday commemorates the israelites exodus from egypt. they fled so quickly they didn't have time for bread to rise. in keeping with tradition, they abstain from eating elevened bread for the duration of the holiday. you probably see these people out at intersections, busy ones every year, penn state students raise millions of dollars for charity in the fundraiser. >> a successful fundraiser, but the way they do it and raise money is changing this year. next, the switch in how they collect the money and reason behind the new policy.
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penn state charity dance marathon is phasing out one effort after two students died in recent years. officials released a letter saying canning is phased out entirely in 2019. until then, some changes are enacted only two weeks set aside for the popular fundraising effort in which students ask drivers around the region to drop donations into large cans. the changes come after a 19-year-old sophomore died in a one-car crash in september that injured six other students. another student died in december 2011 while traveling for a canning weekend. some alarming new statistics out today about suicide, especially when it comes to young girls. noft government data shows a 24% rise in suicide happened from 1999 to 2014 with the most after 2006. the biggest increase in pre-teen
girls and white middle-aged men. men use guns to end their lives, and women more likely poison themselves. suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the u.s. bringing attention to autism, students at colonial elementary school in plymouth meeting created a giant ribbon big enough for each child to be inside the ribbon symbolizing how autism touches about everybody. inside the classroom, students put the finishing touches on the ribbon and other projects related to autism awareness. >> people who have autism, like, they feel left out, and this is a chance to, like, recognize them and be friends with them. >> the entire school took part in the final presentation of the jie giant ribbon. >> countdown is on, flyers face elimination game tonight, this time in washington. >> where the team battles it out on the ice in a few hours from
now. >> and we still have those pop-up showers in the forecast this evening, could see a couple thunderstorms. i'll show you which areas can expect the rain to linger into your saturday. that's next. >> i'm looking forward to this. all new on nbc news at 5:00; toughest competition for students, and it's about to be harder, adding more sting to the national spelling bee. that's coming up.
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series goes, the more of a physical toll it takes. already, in tonight's game five, they are without scott who was released from the hospital. he did not accompany the team down here. washington has no brooks as well, and the flyers would love to extend this to a sixth game, and if that happens, the physical presence will be key tonight. >> you know, i think that's been our goal, you know, all series long, we want to wear them down, and we know they got a big fast physical team there, so we have to play the same way. >> the physical play wears them down, maybe not in games three and four, but overall, over the course of two weeks, games five and six and seven, it wears them down. >> reporter: flyers coach says he's not concerned that the capitals have submitted video of cross checks to the back that the capitals have submitted to the league. they are going to watch that, though, closely tonight. from the verizon center, comcast
sports net. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, we have showers in the forecast for this evening. later tonight and some areas will be see it lingering into early tomorrow morning, so this is your new neighborhood weather. don't forget your seven-day forecast scrolling at the bottom of the screen no matter if you live in pennsylvania, new jersey, or delaware. we update the seven day forecasts. see the one for your area. our neighborhood temperatures mostly in the 70s, 73 degrees and breezy in the pennsylvania suburbs, mid-70s along south jersey, lehigh valley, 76 degrees, and along the shore, we've seen showers, especially along the delaware beaches where temperatures are in the mid-60s so it's cooler along the shore, and we still do expect rain as we go through tonight. here's a look at the radar. most of the rain is south of the philadelphia area, and if we zoom in here and you notice a lot of the clusters of
thunderstorms, they are not in the area right now, but we could see some overnight tonight. zooming in, not so much happening for the rest of the evening. popup showers, maybe a couple thunderstorms in the forecast. right now, though, cape may is seeing the rain. i think that'll be sliding up in parts of atlantic city soon, delaware, though, along the beaches, that area has gotten rid of the rain we saw a little bit earlier so that's parts of cape may county, the beaches, the shore should be seeing some of the rain here soon, but it's mostly south of philadelphia for now. as we go through tonight, though, popup showers are going to stay in the forecast, so if you are headed out for this friday evening, grab that umbrella before you head out. future weather, 6:30, not much happening. we don't expect any type of a large area of rain or blanketed across the area. this is mostly hit or miss shower activity. 12:30, we're not out of the woods yet, and showers in
delaware or south jersey. overnight, expect showers moving through overnight, and early tomorrow morning, we're not clearing up yet. this is saturday, 7:30, and south jersey and delaware, and possibly north and west philadelphia, there's early showers, and if you're along the shore or delaware beaches, even through the afternoon tomorrow, now we're looking at 1:00 p.m. saturday, rain still expected here. it's going to linger before it clears out. we go later in the day saturday, not until saturday night do we see the entire area getting out of the rain. again, we're going to keep pop-up showers in the forecast tonight. neighborhood temperatures and forecasts for saturday, if you're in south jersey, areas like hatton field, low 70s, lingering showers, and along the shore, 60s and lingering and delaware lingering rain with temperatures in the 70s. nifl, windy, gusts near 25 miles per hour at times, 70 degrees for the philadelphia area tomorrow. cooler than today.
possibly showers early, but then clearing out. newtown at 72 degrees, partly cloudy throughout the afternoon. if you're in doylestown, upper 60s. tomorrow, pottstown upper 60s as well. looking at the rest of the weekend forecast coming up. more people are heading outside to run, of course, as the warmer weather returns. >> yeah. perfect running weather. thousands are training for the blue cross broad street run. seen so many people in philadelphia with their older blue cross broad street running shirts on. our team is preparing. how they are doing with the big run just over a week away. all new tonight at 5:00, new opportunities amid the crisis in atlantic city. how many jobs are available at the cities struggling casinos? narrator: looking out for wall street ceos - that's
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don't know what will. that blue cross broad street run is a week away. >> i need that in my ear buds as i'm running. our team is training now for the ten mile run. take a look. >> i'm keith jones with nbc 10. hey, guys, i'm christian from telemundo 62. >> i'm from comcast sports net. >> i'm with nbc 10. >> i'm dan with nbc 10.com and i'm ready for the run. >> running with my female low teammates is blast because of the energy and you get that from the crowd on either side of you, but we motivate and encourage each other making us run harder, plus, it's fun. running the run is a personal
goal of mine because it's actually my first run ever. >> all right, team, ready? >> other than being relieved, i'm getting a piece of pizza. >> everyone run faster. >> my favorite memory has been the time where i finished running the last half mile under three minutes meaning i have could have run faster the whole time. maybe next time i'll be more efficient. >> the best part is all the groups out there on the street, the band, the step teams, people holding up amazing signs giving you all that support from start to finish. >> my goal on sunday is to beat all the guys on the nbc 10 team. >> my money's on jess. >> i'm not going to bet ya there. she's determined. of all the training we've done, we think we're ready, like dan mentioned, the energy of the crowd. remember last year? >> i do, yeah. >> encouraging. >> it is, although, i will say once i got to mile seven last
year, i was ready for it to wind down, it's a great race and the crowd gets you moving, but you have to be training and prepared for it. >> exactly. if you're not ready to run, we have you covered. we're an official partner with the broad street run. be part of the action from your couch. by mile five, i want to sit there with you. we will broadcast the entire race sunday may 1st, coverage begins at 8:00 a.m. this afternoon, we've been following a developing story. next on nbc 10 news at 5:00, learn more about the sophomore student who died after a school fight, what fellow classmates are telling us about the moments before the assault. and we have more pop-up showers in the forecast for this evening. before you head out tonight, make sure you have the umbrella with you, and which areas will see it linger into the weekend? that forecast next. plus, the effort to make prom night extra special for some special students. that's next on nbc 10 news at 5:00.
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own hands to fight off her attacker. first, we start with our first alert team tracking a threat for rain on your friday night. if you got plans, you'll defer nitly want to hear this forecast. there's a chance of showers could linger into the start of our weekend. >> that's right. nbc 10 is tracking rain in your neighborhood weather forecast. >> guys, yeah, the neighborhood weather forecast we do is important because going into the weekend, we do expect rain to linger in the area, so with the neighborhood weather we pinpoint those areas because not everyone's going to see this linger into your saturday. our neighborhood weather on the radar here, we have a big area, unorganized showers and storms. this is slowly moving in our direction, but it's really hit or miss as we go through the rest of tonight. you see most of the rain is down to the south and off to our west. locally, the only showers that