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a woman frees herself from a nightmare in west philadelphia. coming up, how a 20-year-old woman escaped her attacker after being kidnapped and sexually assaulted. revving up in the delaware valley. four of the five presidential candidates will be in our region today and tomorrow. and family and friends say their final good-bye to music icon prince. some fans gathered outside prince's paisley park's compound where they received gifts from the icon's estate.
good morning, i'm katy zachry, it's 9:00 a.m. on sunday, it's shaping up to be a beautiful spring day. let's get more details from first alert meteorologist karen thomas. hi, karen. >> good morning, katie, good morning, everyone. a lot of activities are planned today. i know folks want to get outside and enjoy various events and walks and runs and the weather will be cooperating for sure. right now temperature readings not doing too badly. 52 degrees in philadelphia. just some high wispy clouds around really all sun which is great news. 50 degrees out in the 'burbs, 53 in south jersey. lehigh valley 49 degrees. that's the cold spot right now in the lehigh valley but not a cloud in the sky. 59 by lunchtime and high temperatures 64 degrees at 3:00 and the ballpark is looking ready to go in delaware. 53 degrees right now. 59 degrees by lunchtime and 64 degrees in delaware with plenty of sunshine as we move on
through our sunday afternoon. we're looking for conditions to just really only improve and temperature readings to land close to 70 degrees in philadelphia for a high temperature. you see that upper 60s just about everywhere else tomorrow another nice day but temperatures get even warmer. i'll be back with more in just a bit. >> a lot of us like to hear that. thank you, karen. today police are searching for a man who abducted a woman at gunpoint, threw her into a vehicle and sexually assaulted her. that happened in west philadelphia. nbc 10's monique braxton is live for us at special victims' unit with details on how the victim managed to escape. monique, what an ordeal. >> reporter: that's right, katy, we can tell you that the investigators here have wrapped up their talk with the victim. the next step would be to work on a composite sketch and possibly look for a surveillance tape in the area where she says she was abducted and tortured for almost 12 hours.
>> i heard a lot of screaming and you know she was like "get off me, get off me." >> reporter: those screams got the attention of people who live near 57th and larchwood. our camera was rolling shortly after the 20-year-old victim escaped. police say she was duct taped, physically and sexually assaulted by a gunman believed to be 23 years old. the victim says she was forced into a car at 49th and lancaster. she tells police the black four door car had tinted windows and a garbage bag over a rear window. those who came to assist her were startled. >> makes you want to keep your loved ones close. anything like that can happen to anybody but when it's so close to your home it's like wow. >> it's crazy. it's scary. you don't want to see nothing like that. stuff like that don't happen on my block. >> investigators tell us right
now the search continues. they're hoping that surveillance videotape that they're searching for in the area will give them a better look at who's behind the nightmare for this young woman. live from special victims, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> reporter: philadelphia police are looking for the person who shot and killed a 17-year-old boy. it happened outside the emergency cafe lounge on east wyoming avenue. the teen was shot in the chest. police say the victim had an argument with another group of teenagers before the shooting took place. it's about 9:05 and turning now to decision 2016. there are two full days of campaigning left before the pennsylvania and delaware primaries. the candidates are crisscrossing the states before voters go to the polls on tuesday. both democratic candidates for president visited our area yesterday. bill clinton stumped for his wife in the philadelphia area while bernie sanders pushed to
get more voters to the polls in wilmington. >> we don't do well when the voter turnout is low. let just the highest voter turnout in history in delaware on tuesday. >> sanders would have to win every contest by 20 points to catch hillary clinton. right now he trails in all five states where voting takes place on tuesday. today hillary clinton will be visiting two philadelphia churches. as we told you, her husband was busy yesterday making four stops in pennsylvania alone. clinton started his day speaking to a crowd of 600 people at the swarthmore rutledge elementary school in delaware county where he called his wife the best change-maker he's ever known. >> i think she's got the best plan -- tear down the barrier, build the opportunities. i think she's the only person who's had the experience to go in and do the foreign policy and
national security part of the job and the domestic, too. >> the former president also surprised customers at the dining car diner in northeast philadelphia, even posing for pictures with a few supporters there. republican donald trump will be in our area tomorrow with a university. >> being presidential is easy. much easier than what i have to do. >> in connecticut yesterday, trump poked fun at reports that his advisors want him to act more presidential as hi inches closer to securing the republican nomination. he mocked hillary clinton and party rival ted cruz. speaking of ted cruz, he visited a high school outside pittsburgh yesterday. he challenged donald trump's electability calling the front-runner a phony. cruz is spending the next few days campaigning out of our area, he'll be focusing on the
midwest. he calls the context in indiana his last stronghold in the fight against trump. tomorrow john kasich will visit his hometown in western pennsylvania for a rally. kasich trails both trump and ted cruz in polling for tuesday's primaries. and we will be tracking all the candidates' visits to our areas over the next few days and well beyond the tuesday primary with the nbc 10 app. plus, you can see the delegate count and check the dates for all upcoming primaries and caucuses. well, this may sound a little unorthodox but marijuana is the reason some people will be heading back to school today. just ahead on nbc 10 news today, the class helping people start their own marijuana dispensary.
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good sunday morning. i'm meteorologist karen thomas. right now conditions are looking pretty good no matter where new the delaware valley. your seven-day forecast will be scrolling at the bottom of your screen so check that out. meanwhile, temperatures not doing too badly. philadelphia 52 degrees. 50 in the suburbs, 49 in lehigh valley and 53 degrees our current temperature reading in delaware. what we can expect later today is really nice day on tap but as we go ahead and look to tomorrow we're looking for sunshine a few clouds rolling in, tuesday is the day we are looking for showers to come into the weather pictures. in the 'burbs, high temps 78 degrees. there's the shower activity we told you about. tomorrow the temperature bump is
the weather story. we are looking for sunshine, clouds rolling in but look at that temperature reading near 80 degrees as we go ahead to the south jersey area, 79 tomorrow with the sunshine again showers moving through that area. jersey shore looking not too bad, either. 68 tomorrow with the sunshine. 78 degrees in delaware with sun is but everybody getting that election day, primary tuesday, you bring the umbrellas because it's looking as though we will get showers moving through the area by tuesday. >> thanks for that heads-up, karen. in just a few hours from now, the flyers continue their quest for the stanley cup. right now they trail the washington capitals 3-2 in the playoff series but the flyers have the home ice advantage today. game six is at the wells fargo center in south philadelphia this afternoon. that do-or-die game will be shown right here on nbc 10.
join me along with john clark, plus a live report from monique braxton for a live flyered up pre-game show at 10:30 this morning. almost 9:15 on your sunday. still to come on nbc 10 news today, calling for peace. >> what we can do do is come together and we have to begin to love one another. a group devoted to stopping the violence took their message to a wilmington high school where a teenaged girl died during a fight. the push for peace won't stop there. we'll tell you what's happening tomorrow.
it's 9:15 on your sunday morning. things are warming up out there. this is the live look at the ben franklin bridge taking you from camden into center city, philadelphia. and the bridge, here's a tease for later, was lit up a certain color last night. it will once again light up that same color tonight and coming up later in the show we'll tell you why. 1,500 people climbed 43 flights of stairs, all for a good cause. the inaugural big climb philly took the comcast building by storm yesterday. local high schooler duncan glue organized the fund-raiser. nbc 10's own george spencer hosted the event. climbers raised more than $300,000 for the leukemia and lymphoma society. new this morning, president obama just arrived in germany a
short time ago. he hopes to build a trade deal between the u.s. and europe. opposition is fierce in germany. those in favor of the deal say it will boost business. the death toll in last week's devastating earthquake in ecuador has risen once again. the government now says 654 people have died, several dozen people are still missing the magnitude 7.8 earthquake flattened coastal towns followed by hundreds of aftershocks. the president of ecuador says the quake caused $3 billion in damage and it could take years to rebuild. there are still so few answers this morning about a murder spree that took place in southern ohio that took the lives of eight family members. seven adults and a teenaged boy were found shot to death at four different homes near piketon on friday. the killer or killers are still on the loose. police don't have a motive.
. if they do they haven't released it. the family is being described as close-knit and hardworking. a family business owner has put up a $25,000 reward to leads to arrest and conviction. this week's wednesday's child is a bright and friendly teenager who isn't afraid to be in the spotlight and she's hoping to find a forever family tonight love and support her through her when life. vai sikahema introduces us to sh shanice. >> reporter: shanice isn't interested in tv, but she wanted to tour our newsroom. her big dream is to be an actress. act surprised, you just found out you won the lottery. >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: nice! all right, act sad, you just found out that your dog died.
>> by dog billy died today. he was such a good dog and he was fluffy and he -- i loved him so much. >> reporter: shanice is 16 years old, a sophomore in high school and naturally she's in drama club and choir but she's a teenaged girl so, of course, she likes what teenaged girls like. >> i'm a big fan of, like, pop music and r&b. i like justin bieber. he's one of my favorite artists. ariana grande. >> beyonce? >> love her. >> reporter: she's the queen. >> queen of pop. >> reporter: shanice is a straight a student who won an award for a creative writing project. her desire is to have a forever family who is christian and church-going. >> shanice is a lovg, kind, warm, friendly young lady with a loving spirit, gives so much of
herself. she's creative. she's motivated. she has a deep faith and she lives her faith. >> good morning, i'm shanice. >> reporter: shanice is this week's wednesday's child. >> if you would like to get to new shanice better and make her dream come true, or the dream of any wednesday's child, go to nbc10.com. you can also call the national adoption center at 1-866-doadopt. good sunday morning. i'm meteorologist karen thomas. look at our neighborhood forecast. we are in store for a nice spring like day and as we move through the forecast you want to check out the seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen, not just for philadelphia. so that's there for you as well. temperatures are bumping up ever so slightly but 52 in philadelphia 50, in the 'burbs, 53 in south jersey, the cold
spot right now still lehigh valley at 49 but that's an improvement from the upper 30s which we reported this morning. 53 in delaware. those temperatures will continue to move up a bit but it's been a cool start to the day. early this morning much colder but warming up as we move through our sunday with temperatures under the bright sun warming up to the upper 60s for a good portion of the area then turning much warmer still i should same for hour monday. so radar scanning and showing us that just about everywhere in the viewing area we are dry. so that's good news. as we pull out we will see that we do have some rain happening -- it's a low pressure system that's start to really develop west of the great lakes and that will be moving in our direction or so. so our weather stories, nice and sunny today but as we get closer to tuesday which is very important day, it's election
day, of course, we have an interesting weather pattern happening here because we'll need our umbrellas. so we'll have the heavy cloud cover moving in and we see that system that will be well developed moving in our direction as a cold front. as it does you can see the rain will start stretching from western pennsylvania all the way through central pennsylvania and finally moving into philadelphia by tuesday morning. by tuesday afternoon, this is the futurecast showing us that at 2:30 we have heavier rain around philadelphia as well as allentown. you see the darker shades of zbleen that's an indication some cells could be hef swri that rain moving through and heavier still, look at this, as we move through interior south jersey. this is tuesday night. the orange is indicating we have potential for heavy rain.
this particular computer model has residual showers left over so waking up we could need the umbrellas as we get closer. so we'll give that time to collect itself. that's what we are keeping our focus on. so bright and sunny today but rain showers come tuesday. how about the ten-day outlook? we'll go all the way through. 70 for a high today, in philadelphia tomorrow close to 80 degrees. we get sloppy tuesday but drying out wednesday. thursday looks like our next shot of a cold front bringing us showers but we take it all the way through. this is a typical spring like pattern as we move through 10 days but a wet pattern nonetheless as you'll need the umbrellas in the coming days. still to come on nbc 10 news today, how a community is stepping up to help families and people in their area touched by suicides.
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before 9:30. from the nbc 10 delaware bureau, a town hall will be held tomorrow to talk about the shocking in-school death of a student in wilmington. >> we have no idea as to why it occurred. all we can do is come together and we have to begin to love one another. the wilmington peacekeepers,
who you just heard from, offered prayers outside the howard high school of technology. sophomore amy joyner francis died in the school on thursday after she was involved in a fight in the girls' bathroom. friends tell us she was a peacekeeper who always stepped in to stop fights. >> this should not have brought us together to realize that we need to wake up and make a change. my heart hurts. >> the governor, attorney general, and mayor of wilmington are expected to attend the town hall meeting tomorrow night at stubbs elementary school. today a school offering to teach you how to get started in the medical their wmarijuana bu will offer an all day course on that. pennsylvania legalized marijuana and the cannabis career institute says it can teach you everything from basic grow to neeks s
techniques. it costs about $350 per person to take the course. one community is tackling the very difficult topic of suicide today. members of trinity presbyterian church in berwyn are teaming up with mental health experts in chester county to offer advice for families touched by suicide and other mental illnesses. suicide is on the rise nationally and in chester county they've had more death this is year than in years past and more suicides reported among middle aged men and women than before. >> my biggest piece of advice would be don't be afraid to ask the questions. there's a myth if you ask the question you're going to make someone think about suicide and that has shown not to be true. >> we really want to raise awareness about various aspects of suicide. we felt it was important to do it for that reason. >> the program "speak up, reach out" happens today at 11:45. it's free to the public. a few minutes before 9:30.
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anything like that can happen to anybody but when it's so close to your home it's like, wow. >> the victim survived 12 hours of terror as she describes it. this morning philadelphia police are searching for an armed sexual predator. decision 2016. the presidential candidates are in the delaware valley as the spotlight focuses on our region just days before the pennsylvania and delaware primaries. ♪ purple rain, purple rain the tributes continue for prince, including this one from the boss, bruce springsteen. we'll also look at how "saturday night live" remembered the music legend. good morning, i'm katy zachry, welcome back to nbc 10 news today. it's 9:30 on sunday morning.
it started out on the chillier side but things are already warming up out there. let's get a check on your sunday forecast with karen thomas, hi, aaron. >> good morning, katie. temperatures are bumping up slowly but plenty of sunshine outside. it's a great day to be outside. our live camera views from across the delaware valley showing us bright blue skies and plenty of sunshine. 52 in philadelphia, 50 in the 'burbs and we can go all the way through. lehigh valley the coldest at 49 degrees. in hill from hill from we are flyered up and waiting if for big game. 11:0 11:0 11:006, 54 degrees. i don't think we're complaining, right? 67 in the 'burbs for a high temperature, 68 in south jersey and how about the jersey shore?
cooler there but plenty of sunshine. you want to get outside and enjoy this one. >> karen, thank you. this morning, police are still searching for an attacker who abducted a woman, duct taped her and raped her in west philadelphia. police say the man pointed a gun at the victim and forced her into a car near 49th street and lancaster avenue around 4:00 yesterday morning. nearly 12 hours later, she was finally able to free herself about two miles away from where the initial abduction took place. now police say she had escaped from a black four door sedan with a garbage bag over one of its windows. neighbors saw the 20-year-old woman walking on the sidewalk, they say she looked to be in bad shape and one witness told us his mom got a close look at her. >> she said she saw a girl with just a shirt on, bloody face and duct tape on her ankles. >> i heard a lot of screaming
and she was like "get off me, get off me." >> the woman was treated at temple university hospital and released last night. police say the man they are looking for is around 23 years old with dread lox and a long beard. it's almost decision time for voters in pennsylvania and delaware. hillary clinton will be visiting churches in philadelphia today, two of them specifically to get out the vote before tuesday's primaries. tomorrow she'll be in both the morning. clinton will be at world cafe live at the queen in downtown wilmington. then she has a get out the vote rally in the courtyard of philadelphia city hall. both events are free and open to the public. speaking of women ming on the, delaware, that's where bernie sanders visited yesterday and tomorrow night he'll rally at drexel university's athletic center. he's calling on voters to get out to the polls because he says his campaign does not do well in low turnout states. political analysts say sanders
would need a small miracle to make up for his deficit in delegates. on the republican side, john kasich is also asking voters to get to the polls. he is going to the penn rose diner in south philadelphia tomorrow morning for that breakfast crowd. kasich is far behind in the polls to ted cruz and front-runner donald trump. speaking of donald trump, he'll be in the philly suburbs tomorrow. he's going to visit west chester university for a get out the vote rally there. analysts say big wins for trump on tuesday will make it easier for him to carry the nomination at the convention. and ted cruz met with potential delegates yesterday in western pennsylvania. he will not be in our area today. instead, he's putting his focus on upcoming races in the mers whe -- midwest where he hopes to beat donald trump. how is the republican party handling trump's front-runner status? we'll joined chuck todd at 10:30 for "meet the press." he'll go over the gop's stages
of grief. we are tracking all the candidates' visits to our area and beyond with the nbc 10 app. plus you can see the latest delegate count and check the dates for all upcoming primaries and caucuses. philadelphia police are looking for a gunman in a deadly shooting who was dressed as a water department worker. that deadly shooting happened just before 5:00 yesterday along west huntington treatment in strawberry mansion. investigators say a man wearing jacket shot a 36-year-old man multiple times as he just sat inside a car. it's not clear if the man worked for the water department or was just posing as an employee. that investigation is continuing. in burlington, county, a man faces cruelty charges for allegedly killing a six-month-old puppy. the spca says the dog's body was found at a recycling bin at a motel along route 130 in there are no presence.
the suspect, richard desaco, cold police the dog was causing problems for him so he allegedly hit the animal with the back of an ax. he had been watching the puppy for its owner. from our south jersey bureau, volunteers had quite the scare. they were cleaning up along the cooper river yesterday when they made a disturbing discovery. they found a human skull. we're told they found it in the cooper river, in the actual river at gateway park along admiral wilson boulevard in p pennsauk pennsauken. one volunteer reached down into the mud to pick up what first looked like a water bottle but then realized it was actually something much different, it was a human skull. police and the coroner are trying to identify the remains. well, prince's most beloved family and friends bid him a final farewell. the small group celebrated his
life in a private ceremony yesterday after his remains were cremated. prince's publicist says a musical celebration will be held at a later date. the cause of the music legend's death has not been released. the 57-year-old was found unresponsive in an elevator at his estate in suburban minneapolis on thursday. and the tributes to prince continue to pour in, including this one in our area last night. the delaware river port authority lit up the benjamin franklin bridge in prince ice signature color, purple. you'll be able to see it again tonight. look at this sky high tribute to the musician. this happened over the new orleans jatz festival. a sky writer wrote "prince" in the air above the crowd yesterday. several artists at jazz fests performed prince's music and his songs were played on loudspeakers around the festival grounds. ♪ i only want to see you laughing in the
♪ purple rain, purple rain, purple rain ♪ >> there he is, the boss honored prince during a concert in brooklyn last night. bruce springsteen began his show with "purple rain" while he stood in a purple spotlight. he ended the song by saying "prince forever. god bless." >> you couldn't take your eyes off him. he had his own color. who has their own color? he owns purple. no one -- you can't just pick a color and go "that''s my thing." the guy is amazing. kwloin see the when you see these performances, every single one of them, it's just electric. >> on the floor, party up, one, two, three. >> you may have caught that last night. "saturday night live" honored prince with a special tribute called "good night sweet prince." jimmy fallon introduced his
performances on "snl" over the past four decades. just about 9:40 on your away from a big game six. it's almost do or die for the flyers as they get ready to take on the capitals in game six of the stanley cup playoffs. we will have a breakdown report for you just ahead in sports. and philadelphia is gearing up for the nation's biggest birthday party and nbc 10 is bringing it to you. next we'll show you what you can look forward to and how you can experience all the events of that week. they say that in life, we shouldn't sweat the small stuff. but when you're building a mercedes-benz, there really is no small stuff. every decision... every component...
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there. here's your seven day forecast. not just for philadelphia so check that out. when we look at our conditions right now across the entire viewing area, really looking pretty nice. lehigh valley still the cold spot at 49 degrees. but all in all, not doing too badly. we're looking at south philadelphia for a high temperature today, 70 degrees and as we've been talking about, the the flyers game getting ready for, that we are all flyered up as we look down at the ballpark. still a lot of action going down there, people are coming in. 55 degrees for tailgate. not doing too badly. 60 degrees at the time the puck drops. at the end of the game we're looking for sunshine with temperatures in the lower 60s to about 62 degrees. so other areas, your neighborhood, right, you want to pick out where you live and that's what you're looking at for high temperature and weather conditions for the rest of your sunday and temperatures not doing too badly. we don't have much to contend with in the way of clouds.
it's looking high and dry, plenty of sun shai, especially at the jersey shore. maybe folks want to take a brisk stroll on the beach. it's pretty good. you want to get outside and enjoy. katy? >> sounds good. thanks so much, karen. we have big news about this year's wawa welcome america celebration. nbc 10, telemundo 62 and our parent company, comcast nbc universal are the new home for the nation's biggest birthday party. the ben franklin parkway will be host to the big july 4 concert and fireworks show. you'll watch it all live on nbc 10 as well as telemundo 62 and on your iphone or other smart devices. we get more from nbc 10's keith jones. >> 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 friendly july 4 celebration.
yes, there's days of music. and those large crowds, more than half a million people several nights capped by fireworks. but this year, the eight-day family celebration ignites something different. your child's curiosity, creativity and compassion, a unique fun and free way to teach them about our city and nation's history. and from the national constitution center to independence hall, free entry to many museums and then back on the parkway. wawa welcome america presented by come cacast nbc universal ta you into the parties and the parades. if you can't get down here, we have you covered if you have a phone or tablet. you can watch it at home, work, not to mention our nbc 10 app that has all the maps, the guides, the information that you need to know and see for the philly celebration.
and the best start the big concert celebration, a celebration of the sounds of america is happening earlier, starting at 5:00 p.m. that way the whole family can enjoy our country's birthday. on top of that, this will be the first time it's hosted in english on nbc 10 and spanish on our sister station telemarco rubio d-- telemundo 62. philly owns the fourth and your family will have exclusive access to all eight days of free fun on air, online and on site on nbc 10 and telemundo 62. and you can count on nbc 10 for everything you want to know about the wawa welcome america fund. look for events schedules on the nbc 10 app and nbc10.com. the performers at the big july 4 con serts will cert will be rev month. we'll be right back.
i'm meteorologist karen thomas, we're taking another look at our neighborhood forecast and just watching conditions do really not much other than improve as we move on through our sunday morning. 52 degrees right now in philadelphia we feel still have plenty of sunshine in and around the area. nothing but sun up in the lehigh valley at 49 degrees up there. we here in the 50s in the 'burbs, 53 in delaware, 53 in south jersey. further down the shoreline here, temperatures are slow to warm but still not doing too badly. 53 degrees right now in little lake harbor. we see 52 in atlantic city. a little warmer down here just south of ocean city, 56 degrees. 55 in cape may. all the way down to the point in cape may 56 degrees. so we're checking radar and the good news here is that we're dry. we are dry everywhere here. high pressure is in control adds we pull the radar screen out, though, we do see that there is a low pressure system developing and so moisture is sort so
gathering strength and momentum just west of the great lakes and this system here will be moving our way once it's getting its act together moving in our direction the next 24 hours or so. so we'll stay dry, nice and sunny today but for tuesday looking for a rainy election day. futurecast showing us that we do have this moisture coming in our direction monday we stay dry but by tuesday morning, 8:00 a.m., futurecast has showers moving into our area. the system moving west to east, that's what we can imagine when we saw the great lakes there, but this cold front swings through tuesday as we move through our tuesday ranges intensify by the afternoon. the p.m. rush hour could be wet and a lot of folks like to vote after work so have the umbrellas handy on tuesday evening. it shouldn't keep you vote from
voting but it will just be wet. futurecast showing heavier cells embedded in this system so some rain could be heavier at times. this will be tuesday evening into the tuesday night time hour time frame but then by wednesday morning this particular weather model wednesday morning 7:00 a.m. has residual showers left over so we could have spotty shattered scours wednesday and the clouds will hang around and clear out of here, hn coming back into play. as so we go ahead an jump ahead we want to show you our ten-day weather outlook. this is fantastic because this gives us a snapshot of the week. here's election day, that's what i was telling you, 57 degrees but you want umbrellas handy. we could have convection involved there but thursday looks like our next attempt at a cold front coming through for shower activity. here we go. we have a nice stretch here that we can actually eyeball through the following week and it's
looking like a wetter pattern here and temperatures drop off into the mid-60s as we move down the line. so we'll enjoy that 80 degrees come tomorrow because it's going to feel quite nicely and just a reminder, you seven day is at the bottom of the screen. you can get that, not just for philadelphia as well, surrounding suburbs and delaware. stay with us. we'll be back after the break.
promoting clean energy and the spirit of innovation. well, the boat belonging to two teenagers who went missing off the coast of florida has been found off the coast of bermuda. the boys disappeared during a fishing trip eight months ago. the coast guard found the boat capsized two days after they vanished but when a salvage crew went back to get it, the boat had disappeared. an iphone and tackle box were found on board. they will be returned to the parents of those two boys. the boys have never been found. new this morning, three people are wounded after a shooting outside a prom in wisconsin. police say someone opened fire with a rifle hitting two people who were standing outside the prom location. officers who were patrolling in the area got immediately to the scene and started firing at the suspected shooter. the shooter and those two victims went to the hospital. nobody has yet been identified. a routine call turns into a
life or death confrontation for police in phoenix. two officers answered a call about a trespasser in a walmart store. investigators say mitchell okley opened fire as soon as the officers went into the store. they returned fire and killed okley. both officers were injured. they are listed in stable condition. u.s. army officials are looking into what caused this military drill in germany to go very wrong. three humvees were being parachuted on the open field and they broke loose from their chutes and smashed to the ground. the clip quickly went viral across social media. no one was hurt in spite of the damage there. each two ton vehicle costs up to $220,000. also today, the philadelphia science festival continues we vents around the region. the festival is a nine-day celebration of science with hands on activities, special
exhibits, lectures, debates and much more. today kids can amp it up by learning about electricity and batteries at the university science center on market street. you can find a link to the full calendar of events on our web site, nbc10.com. the festival wraps up saturday with a big outdoor carnival at penn's landing. also today, you i'll get the chance to step back in time. neshaminy state park is the scene for the 27th annual civil war reenactment. it's the largest civil war reenactment on the east coast outside of gettysburg. it runs from 9:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. today. nbc 10 news is getting you fli flyered up. we are just two hours away from game six of the stanley cup playoff, an hour and a half to the pregame show and just five minutes from the flyers watch party. cool start this morning. i'll let you know with the sunshine how warm we'll get
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the flyers that you can watch right here on nbc 10 starting in about two hours from now. we're life at xfinity live for the official watch party. good morning and welcome back to nbc 10 news today, i'm katy zachry, it's 150 o'clock a.m. on your sunday. it's shaping up to be a beautiful spring day. karen thomas has been with us since this morning talking about the early chill in the air. that has subsided. karen, not too breezy out there, either, just perfect. >> we have some wonderful