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i want every child in this country to have a chance to live up to his or her god given potential. help me please triumph in that mission. >> hillary clinton goes to church twice today in philadelphia. our area is a pivotal stop for all the presidential campaigns two days ahead of the pennsylvania and delaware primaries. breaking political news. the new plan from ted cruz and john kasich to team up against donald trump. a man is shot dead inside a montgomery county church in the middle of sunday morning services. dozens of worshipers feared someone was targeting the congregation. >> we were worshipping.
you hear three different gunshots. >> police know who the shooter is. we will tell you why he is not in custody tonight. first, new at 11:00, a man is shot and killed seconds after talking to a local political candidate in philadelphia. the murder sparked a violent night in the neighborhood. good evening. a spokesperson for pennsylvania house candidate chris rabb says he heard gunshots seconds after giving his campaign pitch to the 21-year-old victim. he had been canvassing for votes along vernon road when the deadly shooting happened this afternoon. nbc 10's andrea kline top as joins. >> reporter: residents tell me the neighborhood is like this all quiet. but it looked much different not that long ago at this hour an
18-year-old and 21-year-old are dead. a 17-year-old was grazed in the head. the incident brought out the police commissioner who is frustrated the second shooting was not prevented. family and friends flocked to the 1400 block of vernon road where a 21-year-old lay dead, shot twice in the head, just after 3:30 this afternoon, outside of the m and f supermarket. >> i seen the police cars. i had no idea that it was someone in my family. then my nephew says, he is gone. >> reporter: minutes before, he was talking to chris rabb, campaigning to become the state representative. according to the campaign manag manager, the 21-year-old said he wanted to work with the candidate. seconds later, a man walked up to the 21-year-old and shot him before running away. >> very frustrated by the fact that we were not able to prevent this second homicide. >> reporter: four hours later,
an 18-year-old is shot in the back in the 8000 block of temple road. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. a 17-year-old is grazed in the head after what police describe as a drive-by in retaliation to the earlier shooting. >> this is the first i've seen anything like this. it's very disturbing. >> reporter: police say both groups in the car and on the sheet were firing at one another. the commissioner says he believes it's gang related. >> we do believe that these are two rivaling factions. what they are fighting over, we haven't pinned that down. >> reporter: unnerving for a community not used to this type of violence. the candidate just happened to be canvassing in that area at the wrong time. we're told that he has given a statement to police. officers will be out here in force trying to get to the bottom of this. right now, no arrests have been made. if you have any information to
give them a call. tonight, a gunman is free and cooperating with police after shooting a man to death inside a montgomery county church in the middle of sunday's service. it happened around 11:00 this morning during services at keystone fellowship church on stump road in north wales. it left dozens of church goers ducking for cover fearing someone may have been targeting their congregation. the sound of gunfire interrupted sunday service at keystone fellowship church. nbc 10 obtained audio of police radio dispatch. >> all units active shooter montgomery township. >> it sounded like the three pops almost like a champagne bottle opening three times. >> the music stopped as a law student says she and others, including children, drop ped to the ground. >> make yourself as small as possible. could you hear some screaming, some crying. it was silent. >> joe feared his daughter and
granddaughter were caught in the cross fire. >> to hear my daughter saying she was under the seats of the church and not knowing if the person was coming up and down the rows shooting, i'm glad that that didn't happen, that there weren't more lives lost. >> police found the 27-year-old shot in the chest. the district attorney says an argument turned into a fight inside the church and the shooter is now cooperating with investigators. >> we're going to have to determine whether the shooting was justified under the law. we are still interviewing witnesses. >> the shooter is not in custody while police continue to interview witnesses. an autopsy on the victim is scheduled for tomorrow. breaking news in decision 2016 coverage. working together, that's basically what two presidential campaigns are doing to stop donald trump from getting the republican nomination. john kasich's campaign announced that they would clear a path for
ted cruz in the upcoming indiana primary and shift resources to other states. cruz's campaign acknowledged it will clear a path for kasich in oregon and new mexico. both campaigns are hoping to force a contested convention in cleveland where each believes they can win. the news comes as our region is in the national campaign spotlight. we are just two days away from the primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. the polls open tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m. pennsylvania's democratic governor campaigned for the democratic front runner for president today. governor tom wolf and hillary clinton came together to speak to the congregation at triumph baptist church. clinton says one of her campaign platforms is the need for criminal justice reform, including right here in philadelphia. >> i visited a program here in philadelphia ten days ago that is doing the work of trying to
help young men get the skills they need, get the opportunity to apply for a job. we need to -- >> clinton spoke about the need for early childhood education and better funding for philadelphia school district. ros rosario dawson was on the trail for sanders supporters. sanders himself will be back in philadelphia tomorrow. today on "meet the press" bernie sanders admitted his path to victory is narrow. a poll shows he is not likely to win in pennsylvania. the new nbc news/wall street journal/maris poll shows clinton has the support of 55% of the democratic voters in pennsylvania compared to 40% support for sanders. on the republican side, donald trump has an even more commanding lead. he is polling at 45% support
from likely gop voters in pennsylvania. that's compared to 27% for ted cruz and 24% for john kasich. the republican candidates will be back in our area tomorrow. but they were focused elsewhere today. >> thank you, everybody. what a crowd. wow. >> gop front runner donald trump rallied for support in hagerstown, maryland. voters there will head to the polls tuesday for their state's primary. cruz is looking ahead to next tuesday's primary in indiana. he and his family appeared at a campaign rally in evansville tonight. he told supporters he is banking on a big win in indiana and that he considers the hoosier state his battleground state. the republican and presidential candidates will continue their campaign blitzes in our area
tomorrow. hillary clinton is heading to wilmington and then she will be in center city philadelphia. bernie sanders is set to speak at drexel university in university city. for the republicans, donald trump will rally at west chester university. john kasich will lobby voters at the penn rose diner in south philadelphia. count on nbc 10 to get the buzz from all the campaign visits both on air and on the nbc 10 app. there you will find the updated delegate count plus get up to the minute election results on tuesday. turning to our weather. a calm april night out there. we take a live look at center city philadelphia. warmer weather is coming for the start of your workweek. then we're watching for a chance for rain. we will time out the chances where you live with our new nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather. it's a forecast indicatcatered
that you can only get on nbc 10. let's go to glen hurricane schwartz. >> we will not get any rain during the day tomorrow or tomorrow night. tonight, we're mostly clear. the temperatures starting to drop, especially in the pennsylvania suburbs, chester, montgomery, bucks counties and across much of the rest of the area outside of philadelphia, temperature really dropping tonight. for example, in reading, going down near 40 degrees or even lower towards 6:00 a.m. look at the temperature jump as we go toward noon. same thing in philadelphia. not as cool in the morning, and then jumping to 66 degrees, just by noon tomorrow. we're going to be seeing mostly clear skies with the clear skies now the temperatures dropping. in new jersey as well. piney hollow, clayton at 49 degrees. we also have 46 gldegrees in princeton, new jersey. as we go through the night
tonight, the temperature drops into the 40s in philadelphia and then by 1:00 already up to 70 degrees in the suburbs, again, going up to near 70. lehigh valley up to 67. we're going to be seeing much cooler weather at the jersey shore. we will talk more about even warmer weather coming, plus when that rain is coming with the rest of the week's forecast in a few minutes. nbc 10 -- nbc 10 is your home for the summer olympic games. we're bringing you a taste of brazil as we approach the 100-day countdown to the competition. new at 11:00, college students play fairy godmother to local high schoolgirls. their mission, to turn them into cinderellas for a perfect program night. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as...
much as if it were a man- male this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesnt happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman
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we have new information tonight about the murders of eight family members in rural ohio. authorities said it was a pre-planned execution and it's clear the family was targeted. seven adults and a teenager were killed in the rampage friday. marijuana grow operations were found at three of the four crime scenes. >> it was a sophisticated operation. and those who carried it out
were trying to do everything that they could do to hinder the investigation and their prosecution. >> authorities are still trying to figure out who targeted the family. seven autopsies have been completed and the eighth will be done tomorrow. new at 11:00, philadelphia soul singer billy paul has died. ♪ me and mrs. jones >> known for the 1972 hit, he began his career when he was 11 years old and went on to attend the west philadelphia music school. his manager telling nbc 10 he lost his battle with cancer this morning. billy paul was 81 years old. the state of minnesota and sports, two things prince loved.
both were front and center at a tribute to the late music icon. ♪ we are gathered here today to get through this thing called life ♪ >> there was a moment of silence before the puck dropped. the arena glowed purple and the video board lighted up in honor of prince who died suddenly thursday. vice president joe biden and his wife, dr. jill biden, will visit philadelphia to push for more affordable education. the bidens will speak at the community college of philadelphia on the administration's continued efforts to make college more affordable. they want to make sure more americans can get the education skills they need to get on a pathway to the middle class. new at 11:00, local college students are helping make prom a night to remember for a group of high schoolgirls. the drexel black action committee held its free prom dress giveaway today.
they got a chance to browse the selection and pick out their perfect dresses. the student group also gave away a prom makeover and a $50 gift card. after that much needed rain on saturday, we had a beautiful day sunday. lots of sunshine, mild weather. it's a mild night. mostly clear night across the area right now. the temperatures are dropping with the clear skies and light wind, low humidity. it's down into the 40s in unionville. north wales, 48. collegeville, 47 degrees. so some of the places are going to get down close to the 40 degree mark. collegeville, 47. new hope 48 degrees. fort washington, 47 at this hour. and remember, you can get your seven-day forecast at the bottom
of the screen scrolling across for your area. not just the philadelphia area seven-day anymore. the temperature trend is going to continue up for the next couple of days. 70 saturday and sunday. 76 monday. 82 on tuesday. but then it starts going back down. nothing coming down from the sky for a while. we have clear skies now. we have some showers back across the great lakes. the real heavy stuff is way out to the west. some big thunderstorms in the middle of the country. it's going to be severe weather over the next couple of days. we're going to get just some of that moisture as we go into election day. we're not going to be getting it during the day tomorrow. there we are tomorrow afternoon and still sunny. then tomorrow night, clouds come in. we could see a few showers late tomorrow night and into tuesday morning. there we are tuesday first thing. it's not all that wet for election day to start off with. but as we go through the day and
remember the temperature is up to 82, it's a warm, humidity day. there come the showers, 3:00 in the afternoon. watch what happens later in the day. this could potentially be a line of strong thunderstorms right during the afternoon rush coming through southeastern pennsylvania and then going down toward the shore as we head towards 6:00, 7:00. and then we start to clear out. as we go through the day tomorrow, no rain anywhere. lots of sunshine. temperatures in the mid 70s. pick out your neighborhood. we have forecasts for everybody. at the jersey shore, 62 for high in atlantic city. it's not as warm as the rest of the area. the severe storm threat as we go through the week, highest way out in middle of the country. a major area of severe weather. we have a slighter risk in our portion of the country. this would be on tuesday with that line of thunderstorms that you just saw.
there we are, a big change from tuesday to wednesday. 82 degrees tuesday to 67 for the high wednesday in philadelphia. and even cooler in other parts of the area. lehigh valley, only 64 degrees on wednesday. everybody has got the showers and thunderstorms on tuesday. and as we go to the ten-day forecast coming up later, we will see even more rain there. the phillies tried to pull out the brooms. but the brewers let their sticks do the talking. highlights from milwaukee are next. we have reaction to a tough afternoon for the orange and black that kept fans young and old on the edge of their seats. stay tuned. narrator: listen to president obama endorse
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9th of 10 kids and the mother of 3 daughters, katie is fighting to ensure every family has a fair shot at getting ahead. katie from debate: "i'm a champion, i'm a fighter and i'll have the back of hard working families in this country." narrator: endorsed by president obama and vice president biden, a champion for working families. katie vo: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
it was more than likely a power shortage on the power play that spoiled it in the flyers first round series against washington. white along the boards second period. smacked in the chops by a stick. a four-minute penalty. it was the stick of his teammate. that led to a two-minute five or three. the flyers with plenty of opportunities just could not cash in. the caps strike first.
this young fan trying to breathe life into the orange and black. the third -- this shot from the point gets through. nothing doing. a frustrating afternoon for the flyers. they lose 1-0 and fall in the series four games to two. with more, here is john clark. >> the flyers only scored six goals in this six-game series. they were one for 24 on the power play. they fought back, being down three games to none against the best team in hockey. they just couldn't get enough offense. >> we didn't give either goalie enough run support this series. that's no secret. goalies play well for us throughout the series. we weren't able to accumulate enough goals. >> we had a lot of chances in
the third. >> i think it was execution on our part. obviously, they did a heck of a job i thought. just execution on our part, gets pucks clean, snapping them off. that's about it. >> i'm disappointed we're not preparing over the next couple of days for gave seven. that's the overriding feeling that i have right now. i've been proud of this group all the way through. we've had a lot of ups and downs. but i think the group has really stuck together, pushed forward and found a way to go out and find ways to accomplish things rather than find excuses why we weren't able to accomplish things. have i enjoyed it? absolutely. i've loved every minute of it. >> as the season ended, flyer fans gave the team a standing ovation and let's go flyers chants. they know the future is bright with more young players coming up next season.
at the wells fargo center, i'm john clark for comcast sports nye net. >> the phillies have a hole in their starting rotation. they put charlie morton on the disabled list after he suffered a hamstring injury. he will have an mri tomorrow. phillies going for the sweep in milwaukee. looking good. with runners on second and third, a shot that heats up ryan howard at first. brewers take the lead. a gaper to bring home another. seven runs on nine hits over five and a third innings. to add injury to insult, the catch in right -- or left. lands on his face. he had a slight headache after the game but is reportedly okay. phillies losing 8-5. now that the flyers' season is in the rearview mirror, the nfl
draft. the eagles have the second overall pick thursday. see if carson wentz knows if he is going one or two and his thoughts about wearing green. that's later. joe sestak supports a plan that the new york timesfactreported makes cuts to social security benefits. and the plan raises the retirement age. it's true.
the a.a.r.p. opposed the plan, citing dramatic cuts to medicare benefits.
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it airs wednesday at 7:00 p.m. right here on nbc 10. check out this video from the international space station. a british astronaut ran a marathon. he could see the street pass under his feet in real time on an ipad. he recorded a video message wishing the run geners good luc. he finished the race in just over three hours 35 minutes. the presidential candidates are fixed on our area as we are just two days out from the pennsylvania and delaware primaries. there's a different kind of campaigning happening in barber shops across philadelphia. we will take you inside the effort that's making hair cuts political. why should we trust a harrisburg politician
his campaign brags about his accomplishments, but "in fact, he has failed in 54 attempts to get any legislation on the books." we just cant trust steve santarsiero. i'm shaughnessy naughton, and i approve this message because we deserve better. that
triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
>> hillary clinton looking for votes in philadelphia today. she stopped by two churches in the city today rallying people to get to the polls tuesday. clinton will be back in philadelphia tomorrow. she will make a stop in wilmington. bernie sanders will visit drexel. john kasich stops in south philadelphia. the countdown is dipping below the 48 hour mark. polls open as 7:00 tuesday morning. one group in philadelphia is looking ahead to the general election in november. they are trying to get out the vote among young african-american men. the focus is on local barber shops. >> reporter: nice to meet you. this is you? >> yeah. >> reporter: shapining a freshe tomorrow. he wants to reverse a voter
turnout trend he is not proud of. >> women are more involved than man. >> reporter: african-american women turned out at a rate 9% higher than african-american men. that is what he wants to change. you had this idea to say the place do that, the place to showcase it is when you get a hair cut? >> it's a barber shop. >> reporter: he wants to train 50 barbers to reach thousands of young african-american men in philadelphia and span the program nationwide. this is one of your spots. >> lee roy is a good guy. >> reporter: big election coming up tuesday. everybody paying attention? >> heck, yeah. >> reporter: what's the idea behind getting everybody to talk about politics? >> it's what we do. there are a lot of people who have disparity with the system itself. they are voting and some of them aren't voting for various reasons. >> reporter: if i was in the chair instead of duane -- i don't know if you want to touch this. what is your pitch to me to get out there tuesday and especially in november?
>> listen, you need to vote if you care about yourself, your family, your friends. >> reporter: preaching non-partisan politics, it's getting started. >> politicians, they care and listen. >> reporter: it's bringing the message to 40 philly barber shops and customers like this who think a little conversation could go a long way. >> i don't know. i think a lot of people are not aware. a lot of us is distracted. we need better jobs, better healthcare. even a better law enforcement system. >> reporter: you think part of that being more aware, it can happen in a place like this? >> it can happen in a place like this. it will take the right person to come in with the right perspective. >> reporter: it's not going to happen in time for tuesday's elections. but the education taking place could change who shows up in november. democratic candidates will speak to philadelphia voters on the eve of pennsylvania's primary. msnbc is hosting back to back town hall events with hillary
clinton and bernie sanders tomorrow night. they will take questions from voters at the national constitution center. the host will moderate the sanders town hall at 8:00 p.m. followed by the clinton event at 9:00. >> welcome to wilmington. >> former president bill clinton met with delaware voters today at the hollywood diner in wilmington. clinton shook hands, snapped selfies and sat down with customers as he campaigned for his wife. what's at stake in both states tomorrow -- or tuesday? let's begin with pennsylvania. for the democrats, 189 delegates are up for grabs, that's top five for the delegates. for the republicans, that's the winner gets 17 delegates. there are 54 other delegates who can vote for anyone they want at the convention. you vote for them on the ballot but it won't say who they support. in delaware, 16 delegates are at
stake for the republicans and 21 for the democrats. track the latest count and get up to the second election results on tuesday. just tap the nbc 10 app. time to check on the forecast where you live with our new nbc 10 first alert forecast. let's go to glen "hurricane" schwartz who is tracking a warm-up. and we have rain. >> yeah. we had a gorgeous day sunday. we're going to have a nice day on monday. warmer weather and eventually it's going to get wet. 55 in philadelphia. 48 in some of the pennsylvania suburbs. low 50s elsewhere. the temperature is going down but not everywhere. 55 in philly airport. 56 at society hill. 59 at fox chase. all that concrete in the city helps keep that heat in.
as you notice, in the 40s in some of the suburbs. as we go through the night tonight and into tomorrow, look at that, 70 by 1:00 in philadelphia. some of the suburbs similar temperatures by 1:00. a colder start to the day. 43 at 5:00 a.m. in the lehigh valley. still, getting up close to 70. even by early afternoon. the jersey shore, not getting up as warm. the wind will be coming in off that cooler ocean. as we go into the day tomorrow, we are going to be seeing a lot of sunshine. no moisture that close. we have some showers across parts of the great lakes. but there's not a lot of it. it's going to take a while to build up and come into this area. as you can see, it's not going to be coming in for a while. we're talking about election day though. i will have the timing on that with a full forecast in a few minutes. authorities say an argument between two church members ended
with one of them shooting the other during services this morning in montgomery county. it happened inside the keystone fellowship church. authorities say the gunman is cooperating with police and he has not been charged. a man was shot and killed seconds after talking to a local political candidate in philadelphia. a spokesperson for pennsylvania house candidate chris rabb says he heard gunshots just seconds after giving his campaign pitch to the 21-year-old victim. hours later, an 18-year-old was shot and killed on the same block and a 17-year-old was grazed in the head. news from the nbc 10 south jersey bureau. police say a man shot and killed a woman at a birthday party at his home. police are charging the 42-year-old for murder. they arrested him after they say he shot the 35-year-old woman in
the chest. police got calls about the shooting around 11:00 saturday night. he will have his first court hearing tomorrow afternoon. new at 11:00, a cat was killed, three other animals rescued when a house went up in flames in frankfort. crews were called around 4:30 and had the fire under control about a half hour later. two cats and a dog were rescued. they are in emergency care. investigators are working to determine the cause of that fire. today, hundreds of people marched through downtown baltimore to remember the death of freddie gray. >> one baltimore, one vision. >> organizers said the march was to show solidarity with gray's family. he died a year ago and protests erupted. they say the movement symbolizes a message of change.
>> because of the uprising, things we have tried to sweep under the rug are in full display. they will have to be addressed. >> they held a moment of silence and spoke about the importance of voting tuesday. more troops to fight isis in syria. details on president obama's new plan. plus people wanting to get into pennsylvania's medical marijuana business head to school today. what they are learning as a newly legalized drug gets rolled out in the state.
joe sestak supports a plan that the new york timesfactreported makes cuts to social security benefits. and the plan raises the retirement age. it's true. the a.a.r.p. opposed the plan, citing dramatic cuts to medicare benefits. the plan sestak supports
means higher out-of-pocket costs for millions on medicare. any way you spin it, the truth about sestak is gonna hurt.
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in opening a medical marijuana dispensary learned the tru tricks of the trade today. students who attended took classes about the growing industry from legal requirements to basic growing techniques. >> you will open a dispensary, you will need a carpenter to do
the building and an electric to do the wiring. you will need a security specialist to handle security issues. this really does involve a lot more than people think and it provides employment across the board. >> governor tom wolf signed medical marijuana into law a week ago. president obama is planning to send more troops into syria to fight isis. he recently signed off on the deployment of 250 more troops. a senior administration official tells nbc news the additional troops will support iraqi and syrian forces. the military is trying to take back isis-controlled cities in syria. president obama is in germany tonight where he praised the german chancellor's handling of the migration crisis. nbc's ron allen reports. >> reporter: while the united states has been fierce opposition to admitting a few
thousand syrian refugees, nearly a million are being resettled here in germany. the chancellor has been taking a political pounding for opening germany's doors. in the u.s., donald trump made headlines when he called her policy insane. today, president obama took another swipe at trump and defended merkel. >> she's on the right side of history on this. and for her to take on some very tough politics in order to express not just a humanitarian concern but a practical concern that in this globalized world, it is very difficult for us to simply build walls. >> reporter: one area of disagreeme disagreement, she called for safe zones in syria to protect civilians and stop the exodus. president obama says such a move would require a large force of
u.s. ground troops in harm's way. still the chancellor says is the president's closest confidant in europe. it was repaired after damaging revelations three years ago that u.s. spy agencies were listening to her phone conversations. ron allen, nbc news, traveling with the president in germany. we went a week and a half without a drop of rain. we had some on saturday. and now we're going to get into a week where there's going to be enough you will be tired of it. no rain tonight. none dur ing the day tomorrow. pleasant conditions. up to 70 degrees both saturday and sunday. but things are about to change. we have been showing you some of the neighborhood weather temperatures. it's, of course, much, much warmer in the city of philadelphia, upper 50s in some areas. look how much colder it is in
delaware, to the south, greenville at 48, glassgow 47. fe kenton, 45. we have all of these numbers here. we can show you any part of our area. we also have the seven-day forecast scrolling constantly for your area, not just philadelphia anymore. this is what neighborhood weather is all about. we have got dry conditions now. going to have a lot of sunshine during day monday. some moisture starting to approach from the great lakes. but more of it is back to the west. look at that. big thunderstorms. they're not moving this way directly. but we're going to get a little bit of moisture from that as we head toward election day. we have been telling you for a week, we're likely to see rain for election day. and we're still telling you that. that may just be the beginning of a wet weather pattern. here we are during day monday. nothing much going on until --
this is after midnight tomorrow night. 24 hours from now, we start to get showers. as we go into tuesday morning for election day, may not be that wet. but it's not going to stay that way. take the umbrella with you on tuesday because here come the showers, especially in the afternoon and into the evening hours. there's the potential in the afternoon rush. pretty heavy thunderstorms moving through with some gusty winds possible. then we start drying out on tuesday night. setting us up for dry weather wednesday. but it's not going to stay that way. now, it will be dry during the day monday. take a look at the neighborhoods. to the south, not quite as warm at the jersey shore, because we're going to be seeing the sea breeze. over the next ten days, there's the warmest day and the day with the strongest thunderstorms. coming in election day.
we dry out wednesday. and then look what happens thursday and friday. it gets wet. it gets colder. and that potentially lasts into next weekend. we have several days with threats of rain. nobody is going to be complaining about it being too dry by the time we get to next weekend. >> the nfl draft is quickly approaching. we will hear from north dakota state qb carson wentz about the possibility of playing in philadelphia. there's a silver lining to accompany the doldrums for the flyers. we will explain next.
the flyers feel a lot better about themselves now compared to when they were down three games to none in this series. they fought back. they left everything on the ice. >> 100%, we were positive we will take it to game seven. unfortunately, we didn't. >> last two months, we gave everything we had. it's obviously frustrating to be out here right now. >> i don't think anyone gave us a chance to make the playoffs. i'm proud of every single guy. we push it to the limit. we busted our butt all year long. sometimes you don't get the breaks. that was it. they're a good team. they were the best team in the league all year long. i think could you see that out there. >> the flyers said the playoffs are a completely different level from the regular season. it was a great experience. >> it's good experience. of course, we wanted to go a different way. you learn from everything and
take everything in stride. >> for him and everyone, it's huge. games are so tough. physical, hard. for all of us to get a taste, including him, it will be helpful for the future. that's what we need going forward. >> after the season ended, flyers fans stayed classy. they gave the team a standing ovation. >> let's go flyers! let's go flyers! >> those are the philly fans we know and love. they are here through thick and thin. i think that was really classy of them. obviously, giving us an ovation like that. we really did give it everything we had all year long. obviously, we know we came up short. but it's not for lack of effort. like i said, we're going to be building off this for next year. we will come back bigger, stronger, faster. thanks, philadelphia fans,
that's for sure. >> i'm john clark for comcast sports net. >> the nfl draft is four days away. while eagles fans are awaiting the selection of the quarterback of the future, the rams have the first pick. like it or not, they are the ones who will ultimately decide if the eagles get goff or wentz. hard to believe the eagles who traded from eight to two without knowing who the rams would take. yesterday, wentz was asked by the nbc affiliate in fargo, north dakota, do you know where you are going? >> i will know when everybody else knows. it's a very anxious time. i tried to stay away from it. my agent has been filling me in. we really don't know. i will be excited when i hear my name. >> philly, that's a hard place to go in and be -- it's a sports town. they love it. did they warn you? did they ask about that?
how easy is it coming from where you are the only show in town? >> they brought it up. growing up, you see the eagles fans when they had donovan mcnabb. he was a legend there. that's how they are in philadelphia. if that were the case, i would embrace it. it's part of it. will hold myself to high expectations wherever i go. some of it might be deserved. we will see what happens. >> the draft is thursday. that's sports. we'll be right back.
up next, it's "in depth." >> this week we're in north carolina sitting down with richard petty. the king opens up about family tragedy. >> adam probably wouldn't have been in the race car and wouldn't have got killed. >> how vividly do you remember that day? >> it took me a long time to get over that. >> a camp that's changing lives and his upbringing. all that next on "in depth" right here on nbc 10. a final check on the forecast. a lot of changes this week. >> absolutely. a little on the cooler side for a while. now it's going to really get warm, especially on tuesday. we will be up to 82 degrees. showers and thunderstorms for election day there. and then look how much cooler it gets later in the week. it gets wet. we have thunderstorms tuesday and then starting thursday, we get into a pretty wet and cooler pattern. >> thank you. that's nbc 10 news for now.
>> taking you for a little spin here, all right? >> a little spin?
>> yeah. >> all right. ♪ ♪ richard petty, one of the most recognized and admired motorsports figures of all-time. >> i just love to drive the race car. >> throughout his career, the king had a record 200 victories, 7 championships and more than 700 top ten finishes. the son of a nascar pioneer, petty was uninterested in being a driver himself. >> you wanted to be a mechanic. >> we could work on something, make it better, make it faster. >> but after a change of heart at 21 years old, he continued the family legacy