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right now at 11:00, anger over what neighbors call a dangerous burlington county road. it's where a teenager was killed in a suspected drunk driving crash. a woman shares her story of survival in a deadly shooting. stray bullets killed a teenager. >> some kids and a mom were killed for no reason. >> who fired bullets that hit her and her two teenage relatives. thanks for joining us. so far, police aren't naming any suspects in the shooting. they tell us the victims were innocent bystanders.
drew smith is working the story tonight. >> reporter: chester's mayor and police chief are condemning the violence and offering a reward for information. it's little comfort to this family torn apart. >> the scariest moment of my life. >> reporter: this woman couldn't hold back tears as she remembered hiding under her dashboard as bullets began flying on pine lane in chester last night. >> i got shot in my shoulder for something i don't know. >> reporter: just out of the hospital, she has a bullet under her skin. her eye is scratched from the broken glass. someone fired dozens of bullets at adults sitting in a car. the shots hit shiply and two of her teenage relatives. >> you knew there was kids out there. no remorse, no nothing. they didn't care. >> reporter: this photo shows the 14-year-old dressed up for his formal two days ago. on the left is his 16-year-old cousin. doctors are treating powell for
serious injuries. the other young man died last night. their aunt spoke with us. >> i'm hurting right now. it hurts so bad. it really does. i don't want to see nobody else go through this. i really don't. >> i can't even rest. when i close my eyes all i see is the gunshots. >> reporter: she won't rest until the killer is found. >> they hurt family. it ain't fair. >> reporter: police are not saying what the motive was for the crime. the family says the boy victims were just heading out to the store when this happened. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. new at 11:00, one person is recovering after fire ripped through a west philadelphia home tonight. fire crews were called to this home on north 55th street around 7:00. one person had to be rescued from a room on the third story. officials say the fire started on the first floor. one person who was inside at the time of the fire had to escape to a second story window.
>> i thought it was fire right there. they say when you see smoke, it's fire. i figured smoke, fire. i couldn't see to get on the floor. everything was black. the window was my best option. >> she says a pot left unattended on the stove may have started the fire. the official cause is under investigation. also new at 11:00, a murder investigation in montgomery county tonight. police were called to a home on south 6th street in north wales just after 4:00 p.m. today for a domestic disturbance. they found a 67-year-old man shot to death in the garage. we're told police arrested someone in connection to the shooting but it's not clear yet what that relationship is between the suspect and the victim or what led to the shooting. a burlington county teenager is dead after police say a drunk driver hit him as he was walking home just after 12:00 this morning. that happened along a dangerous stretch of route 130 south at the intersection of east federal
street in burlington. that's where we find andrea kline-thomas with a closer look at what happened. >> reporter: utility crews are here. they're probably getting ready to leave shortly. they have been repairing the pole that the car smashed into, the victim in this deadly crash is 17-year-old an twtwon tim bt. he was leaving the wawa when he was struck and killed. >> i watched it unfold. >> reporter: this woman says she witnessed the deadly crash on route 130 south and east federal street. she returned hours later to see what happened to everyone involved. >> i seen the black he truck ju the curb, hit the pole they are putting back up and hit the guy. i seen him laying on the ground. >> reporter: her mother called 911. but 17-year-old antwon died at
the scene. he was walking home with his friends. >> he was a good kid, quiet, real respectable. >> reporter: he came in a few times. the shop is at the intersection. they said they have seen problems there before. >> dangerous intersection. something needs to be done about it. >> reporter: in this case, a 42-year-old was arrested and charged with dui and reckless driving. antwon's father said the 17-year-old was excited about starting a new job and had hopes of joining the military. in an instant, it was taken away. his friend who was with him was not injured. his father says he was a junior at burlington city high school. grief counselors will be at the school tomorrow. the lights are back on society hill tonight after an underground cable malfunctioned,
forced power outages and evacuations. power was returned to everyone in the past 15 minutes or so. neighbors telling us they woke up to a loud boom that shattered windows around 1:00 this morning. more than 120 homes lost power. an underground cable was burning and the pressure forced a manhole cover to pop off. showers passed through our area throughout the day today. it was better than yesterday. nbc 10 ain university city wher people were out and about. we're not in the clear. let's look ahead to the nbc 10 neighborhood forecast. >> looks like we will at least start the day off tomorrow on the dry side. we actually have some clearing in lehigh valley, pennsylvania suburbs. lehigh valley was the place that got the warmest today, up to 70
in allentown. not warm for this time of year but warmer than everywhere else. 55 in bethlehem now and allentown. 57 in reading with clear skies is. temperatures should drop pretty nicely during the night. you can see nothing left on the radar close to the philadelphia area. we have showers in delaware and extreme south jersey. this is the area that's been hit the hardest over the weekend. the coolest temperatures. the most amount of clouds. you can see circulation around there. the upper air system that's brought this nasty weather is not moved out yet. we start off the day with maybe a little sunshine. but by afternoon, there are showers, maybe even thunderstorms breaking out. pa suburbs, thunderstorms by 4:00. we may get into the 70s in parts of the area. a little more sunshine in the pennsylvania suburbs and lehigh valley. but delaware and in much of new jersey you could see showers as early as noon and then some more
by 4:00 in the afternoon. less rain around the jersey shore. we're talking about a huge warm-up as we head through the week. i will get into that in just a few minutes. from the nbc 10 south jersey bureau, a police officer faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to sex assault charges. he was in court last week. he admitted he used his position as a police officer to sexually assault a 16-year-old girl. he has been suspended without pay since his arrest back in may of 2014. his sentencing is set for july 1st. from the nbc 10 delaware bureau, students and parents gathered today. they held a vigil less than a week after brandon killed. he was shot as he walked down the street after school let out this past thursday. he was just 15 years old. brandon's grade school principal
said they are still trying to make sense of what happened. >> this is a safe place to feel all of the things and be with each other. especially in the face of a city that isn't safe or doesn't feel safe at the moment. >> a memorial has been set up on the street where brandon died. his killer remains at large. to central pa where a bucks county girl is dead after falling off the roof of a home. officials say 21-year-old shannon mathers died after gathering a high voltage wire. she died from electrocution. she was from warrington. her death is being called an accident. new information in a case of a man accused of taking pictures up women's skirts in delaware county. upper darby police say bobby hayden is behind bars tonight. one incident was caught on video. police say he is the man you see
here snapping pictures up a woman's skirt in the pretzel factory on may 10. investigators say he did the same thing to another woman last thursday in media. topping our decision 2016 coverage tonight, hillary clinton's lead over donald trump is shrinking when it comes to the general election. look at the results from the latest nbc news/wall street journal poll. clinton is three points ahead of donald trump. that's down from an 11-point lead last month. in a matchup between trump and bernie sanders, the vermont senator leads by 15 points. this morning on nbc's "meet the press" clinton showed no doubts about who will win the democratic nomination. >> i am going to be the nominee. and i want to spend a lot of my time, as you have seen me do, really taking on trump, because i find what he says, the kind of
candidacy he is presenting, to pose a danger to our country. >> clinton as accused trump of trying to make himself look great rather than making america great. bernie sanders isn't letting up ahead of california's primary in two weeks. thousands rallied behind sanders in southern california today. >> on june 7th, with your help, we're going to win here in california. [ applause ] >> sanders spoke to more than 7,000 supporters in vista just outside san diego. he told the crowd he has a better shot than hillary clinton to beat trump in the general election and the polls seem to agree. more than 100 young patients at the children's hospital of philadelphia are celebrating a new chance at life tonight. nbc 10 ain un veiversity city.
all the children received life saving treatment for a rare chest condition that causes breathing problems. a doctor is credited with investing the most widely used treatment for the condition. >> we can take children that doctors have told mothers and fathers they wouldn't survive, but now we have teenagers, people graduating from college. >> he says the patients would likely not be alive today if it weren't for the treatment they got at c.h.o.p. a bride and groom stand tough against terminal cancer. we will take you to their dream wedding that the disease could not cancel. ♪ eagles players get on the microphone to impress some lucky female fans today. we will take you there coming up.
three days after the crash of an egyptair flight with 66 people on board, egypt's president says all scenarios of the cause are still possible. this as egypt sends is a robot submarine to hunt for wreckage. egypt's president says it can go as deep as two miles. the flight data recorders have not yet been found. more debris and human remains have been recovered at sea.
more than two dozen people were injured after a tour bus collided with another vehicle about 80 miles east of the los angeles. you can see the bus on its side blocking the road. officials say at least 26 people were injured. two are in krid ccritical condi. no word on what caused the president. the president is in vietnam. it's the first stop on his week-long visit to asia. he is the third sitting president to visit vietnam since the end of the war. the president's trip is focused on building stronger economic and security ties with asian pacific allies. later, the president will attend a summer of the group of seven industrialized nations in japan. will smith received special honors tonight in university city. smith was given the first ever trailblazer award by the philadelphia independent if i ma film awards.
smith was nominated for an oscar twice and won four grammys as a rapper. not even cancer could keep a local couple from celebrating h their love. they became mr. and mrs. thanks to wish upon a wedding. the couple said their i dos at top of the tower in center city. it wasn't an easy road to get to the alter. back in 2014, a year after they got engaged, loni was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer. he said through it all karen has been his rock. >> i had a shoulder to lean on. makes it so much beautiful. makes me stronger. to have that. without that, i don't know what i would have done. >> lonnie said their special day is something his sickness cannot take from them. congratulations to the beautiful newlyweds. you probably heard of a wedding on a beach or even a
wedding inside a castle. but how about a wedding inside a white castle? take a look. >> you may kiss the bride. >> yes, it did happen. christina and michael exchanged wedding vows at this white castle. the newlyweds say they have been going to the same white castle ever since they were kids. so they decided it was the perfect place to tie the knot. by the way, white castle cooked up more than 100 burgers, fries and onion rings for the reception. check out a slippery situation at the italian market festival in south philadelphia. those guys, they are trying to climb a pole that's been covered in grease. whoever makes their way to the top wins a load of prizes, including money. the grease pole challenge is a tradition. it last made an appearance in it the '90s but now it's back as
part of the historic festival. not sure if they made it to the top. pretty nasty weekend after that beautiful day on friday. we do have some clearing in parts of the area. 52 degrees down in parts of the suburbs of chest er, montgomery bucks. the clear skies allowing the temperature to drop. seeing that in the lehigh valley where it got up to 70 degrees today. you can check your seven-day forecast right at the bottom of your screen at any time. you don't have to wait until the end. it's not just for philadelphia anymore. it's 59 in wilmington. 55 at glasgow. temperatures never got out of the 50s in georgetown and at the delaware beaches, no way, with
the northeast wind still 56. rehoboth beach and bethany beach, same as the temperature was at 6:00. we don't have that much on the radar. what we have is in delaware and extreme south jersey. these are the same areas that may be getting hit tomorrow as well. we do have more that's gone back west of washington. so we're getting a bit of a break. there's moisture offshore that might be coming in during day tomorrow. in the meantime, we have more showers in the forecast as we go into tomorrow. not so much in the morning. we may start off the day tomorrow not only with dry weather but even with some sunshine. remember what that is like? then showers pop up early in the afternoon and into the late afternoon and then we dry out again tomorrow night. it's not nearly as bad. then once we get rid of this weather system, look what happens to the temperatures, 70
monday. 77 tuesday. 84 wednesday. 90 degrees on thursday. yeah, that's right. 90 degrees. nowhere near that tomorrow. may even see afternoon thunderstorms in parts of the area. phoenixville, 72 degrees with afternoon showers. mount airy could get a thunderstorm in some spots tomorrow afternoon and still going to get showers in trenton and glassboro and toward the jersey shore as well. as we go into the rest of the week, we're going to be seeing those big changes. there's that 84 degrees with sunshine on wednesday. look near 90 degrees thursday. as we head toward memorial day weekend, we could be seeing some of those summertime thunderstorms. but we're also getting summertime temperatures. looks like all the way through the weekend. >> thanks. first of its kind event at
lincoln financial field. the eagles hosted their inaugural football festival for women and showed off some hidden talents. ♪ call it karaoke. they showed off their musical side this morning. there was plenty of football. the women tested their skills with some on-field drills and they learned the xs and os of the games from eagles coaches. maybe they got singing lessons, too. what do you think? >> i can't sing. so there's that. maybe you can sing. those ladies were all smiles over there for sure. we will show you two eagles rookies who couldn't picture a better day for themselves. the phillies were hoping the braves would miss the series sweep. the home team shows some character at the plate, if you will. we will head to the ballpark on getaway day next.
you figure the phillies would continue to cruise with baseball's bottom feeders the braves in town. the phillies were hoping to avoid a sweep this afternoon in south philly. tommy green catching the ceremonial first pitch from elmo. tomorrow is the 25th anniversary of his no-hitter. pitching seven scoreless innings, five hits, strikes out three. how about the offense? phillies up 3-0 in the sixth.
finds some green grass. that scores a pair. phillies up 5-0. in the eighth, look at this, a screamer. how did he get his glove on that? look at it again. gets his glove up there and turns a double play. my goodness, good reflexes for sure needed on that one. big sigh of relief from him. the phillies win 5-0. >> we play together. we do everything together today. so we got -- everybody do something for the team. >> you lost two tough games here against the braves. to get back on the right track is always the winning side, i guess you could say. it's a great feeling. so we're just -- like i said, get a happy flight going here and roll into detroit on a good note. >> speaking of the tigers, let's go to detroit. they hosted the rays. cabrera, maybe 260, you don't want to pitch to him.
sweet like licorice. solo shot, second rbi of the game. 4-2 tigers. the phillies might not have to pitch around him. he was hit by a pitch here in the seventh. the slugger day to day with a left knee contusion. ouch. takes it in a tough spot. tigers win 9-4. they have won six of their last seven games. there was a chance carson wentz would end up in los angeles. but he did make his way to tinseltown. fifth round pick. among the 40 players that took place in a trading card shoot. both players excited for one of the first milestones in their professional career. >> as a kid you collect trades cards. you love trading with your buddies. to see myself on a card, it's really special. >> i've been collecting cards since i was a young guy, getting the guys i know, stack them up. now i get to pick myself up and look at my own card.
definitely a blessing. i was very excited when i got one. >> rookies rocking the midnight green. the sixers had the number one pick for five daze. ben simmons reportedly believes he can make more money from a shoe deal playing for the los angeles lakers. today, sixers' president of operations refuted that report. >> i know that some people like to poison the well. we have got good relationships with the agent. we have good relationships with the family because brett brown has known ben simmons' father for years. we also know brandon ingram's people well, whether it's his agent or his college coach. i really have not been concerned about what i hear and read. the bottom line is, we're going
to take the player that we think is the best fit for our team and the best piece for us to build around. >> coming up later, ricky batallico explains why the series is huge for the phillies. >> i'm not completely naive. >> what a week it was in philly sports. sam bradford explained his trade demands. the sixers won the lottery. we will look back later at nbc 10 news. ♪ hey!
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in camden county, dozens spent sunday paying respect to it the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country. neighbors joined volunteers from the american legion to place american flags on the graves of veterans at the locust wood cemetery in cherry hill. they placed more than 1,600 flags today. a volunteer says the tradition is a great way to teach his kids about the sacrifices others made for them.
>> it's important for them to know that part of why we have such great lives and all the wonderful things we have is because of people that are going to serve and in some cases die for our country and for our freedoms. >> the flags will remain on the graves at least through memorial day. still to come tonight, bill cosby will be back in court in montgomery county this week. we will have a preview. delaware's governor tries to take on zika. details in the fight he is trying to lead to keep babies and pregnant women safe.
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the fight between donald trump and hillary clinton is getting closer tonight. a new nbc news/wall street journal poll shows clinton with a three-point lead in a general election matchup. it shows trump and clinton are the most unpopular candidates in the history of the polls. chris contint >> reporter: the likely fight is
shaping up to be a dead heat between donald trump and hillary clinton. >> there's no evidence he has any ideas about making america great as he advertises. >> just bad judgment. she suffers from bad judgment. >> reporter: a poll shows clinton leading trump by three point points, down from 11 in april. another poll shows trump beating clinton by two points. >> as we go through this campaign, we're going to be demonstrating the hollowness of his rhetoric. >> hillary is weak. she's a weak person. >> reporter: trump surged with many republicans now rallying around their presumptive nominee. while clinton is still locked in a primary fight. trump invoking her democratic rival today. >> bernie sanders said she's not qualified to be president and he meant it. >> reporter: bernie sanders is showing no signs of letting up, campaigning today in california. >> if you want the strongest candidate to make sure that trump does not become president, we are that campaign. >> reporter: white touting he
leads trump by 15 points in our latest poll and capitalizing on both candidates' high unpopular rating. >> i don't want to see the american people voting for the lesser of two evils. >> is that how you would describe it, the lesser of two evils? >> if you look -- i wouldn't describe it. but that's what the american people are saying. >> reporter: still, clinton is keeping her sights on the general election, rolling out a new apparent slogan today aimed at countering trump's divisive rhetoric. >> we are stronger together. where he stro we are stronger together. . >> i don't want to have guns in classrooms. in some cases, teachers should have guns in classrooms, because teachers are -- things that are going on in our schools are unbelievable. big names will stump for hillary clinton in the garden state this week. gabby giffords and her husband
mark kelly are set to campaign for the democratic front runner wednesday. they will visit cherry hill as well as clark and newark to talk about clinton's gun control efforts. the new jersey primary is 16 days away, june 7, two weeks from tuesday. right now on the nbc 10 app, check the latest delegate count plus see a poll that shows donald trump is narrowing the gap between him and hillary clinton. hear why clinton says trump is pretend successful. get it all by tapping the nbc 10 app. let's get a look at some of the stories we will follow this week on nbc 10. bill cosby will be back in a courtroom tuesday. cosby will appear for a preliminary hearing to determine if his criminal sex assault case will go to trial. prosecutors had declined to charge the comedian over the 2005 complaint but they arrested him in december after his explosive deposition in the woman's lawsuit became public.
tomorrow, doctors and nurses from across philadelphia will announce their support for mayor jim kenny's proposed sugary drink tax. they say it's best way to reduce the risk of diabetes which will save hundreds of lives and millions of dollars in healthcare costs throughout philadelphia. taking the fight to the zika virus. delaware governor jack markell has declared tomorrow zika awareness today. to mark the day, delaware's department of public health will be distributing zika prevention kits for pregnant women and delaware women, infants and children clinics. this comes on the heels of a report that 279 pregnant women in the u.s. and its territories tested positive for zika. new york democratic lawmakers are counting on their counterparts to fund the fight against zika. >> the house of representatives ought to get with it and vote the money that's needed so we can stop zika from becoming a scourge this summer here in new
york and in the rest of the country. >> house republicans say the obama administration has padded its request for zika money. three months ago the president asked for nearly $2 billion in emergency funding to combat the virus. another showery day across our region. definitely better than yesterday. nbc 10 in wilmington this afternoon where kids were enjoying a break in the showers and playing some ball under cloudy skies. the passing showers did not keep these boaters off the water. nbc 10 at penn's landing where people were out for a sunday sail. a live look at conditions in n center city. showers tomorrow ahead of a warming trend this week. for a personalized weather outlook for where you live, let's get the forecast. >> we actually have some places with mostly clear skies.
it's been a while. and that's a sign of things to come, at least for part of the area for part of the day tomorrow. lehigh valley, mostly clear, 55 degrees. it's still cloudy in philadelphia at 59 degrees. temperature holding up there. the radar not showing much at all except for souther delaware and extreme south jersey. those are the areas that had the most rain this weekend. the most hours of rain. the most clouds. the lowest temperatures. and they're still in it. but in the morning, a lot of places are going to see sunshine. there's philadelphia, 55 degrees. by 10:00 a.m., 67 with sunshine. the northern and western suburbs 65 at 10:00 a.m. lehigh valley getting sunshine as well. more clouds to the south. delaware still in the clouds, as you can see, jersey shore still fairly cloudy. but there are going to be some showers during the afternoon. not so much in the morning. then things change dramatically
after tomorrow and temperatures go shooting up. get into those incredible details with a full forecast in a few minutes. a congregation paid tribute to one of their own tonight for 50 years of service. ♪ the philadelphia girls choir was one of many performers at tonight's gala concert honors charles davidson. he is celebrating his 50 years jubilee and is known as a composer of meaningful music. up next, some call it a modern day slavery. how labor traffic is happening here and what's preventing law enforcement from protecting those most in danger.
six years ago, philadelphia was the epicenter of a labor trafficking bust. records case the problem persists. george spencer discould haved, top prosecutors haven't taken a single new case to trial since then. >> i didn't have place to stay. so i slept on that box. >> reporter: for this woman, even homelessness, sleeping on a park bench, was a step up from the terror she escaped, terror that lingers. >> it is in my mind. it will not go away. >> reporter: she came to the united states from indonesia in 2001 to work as a hotel waitress. but starting the day she arrived, she says a different reality took shape. forced sex work and forced labor, mostly cleaning homes.
she still hears her trafficker's commands. >> clean. do that. do this. clean it. clean it. >> reporter: clean it? >> clean it. work, work, work. >> reporter: cases like hers are likely happening right before our eyes right now. in this home in the early 2000s, these brothers housed young victims recruited in their native ukraine with promises of a chance to live near the liberty bell. these guys were known there. >> yeah. they were known to the victims. >> reporter: when the victims arrived, they slept on old, dirty mattresses, we rarely paid and ate out of of a common pot, sitting on the floor. >> you could hear a win drop when they were describing what happened. >> reporter: the victims worked as janitors in major chain stores like walmart and target, seen by many of us and yet hidden bit routine nature of their work. >> trafficking takes place in
secret. it hides in plain sight. >> reporter: the secrets make it difficult to track. just since 2012, among hundreds of hotline calls, advocates identified 78 cases of labor trafficking in pennsylvania, 61 cases in new jersey and four in delaware. many of the victims worked in domestic service or hospitality, like housekeepers at hotels. in construction, in restaurants and in agriculture, ranging from lawn service to farm work. but philadelphia has seen no labor trafficking prosecutions since the brothers. >> we really have what i would call black hole enforcement. >> reporter: this woman has studied labor trafficking extensively and interviewed dozens of victims, including some from our region. the nbc 10 investigators took her claim directly to the top. >> we haven't had as much success as i would like. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney
for the eastern district of pennsylvania acknowledges every one of us has likely encountered a victim in the philadelphia region. but says most victims stay quiet because of language barriers, mistrust of law enforcement and lingering fear of their traffickers. >> i know that we have a dedicated group of prosecutors, a dedicated group of agents working very hard to investigate and prosecute these cases. >> reporter: why has it been so hard to bring them to trial? >> i think the reality is, it comes back to one, you got to identify the victims. >> reporter: based on her interviews, owens believes many victims are more willing to testify than prosecutors claim. but ultimately, she says it's up to the public to ask who is serving our food, working at our hotels or cleaning our homes. >> the more you point to the perpetrator, you more you are pointing back to yourself. because you are a part of this. >> reporter: for this woman,
escape at this home, climbing through a window. her nightmare has become her mission as she now advocates for other victims. >> this problem, this issue is our problem whether you know, you don't know, this is our responsibility. >> reporter: four of the five brothers are in federal prison serving terms up to 20 years. what can you do? keep an eye out for people who have no contact with friends or family, homes with inhumane living conditions and any worker with excessive or unusual hours. all could be indications of trafficking. for the investigators, george spencer, nbc 10 news. the clouds continue from philadelphia to points
southward. there is that same symbol. the high today was 66. we are getting clearing in upper bucks and montgomery, also the lehigh valley. some signs of change coming. in the last few days, we have seen temperatures close to average thursday and friday. a high yesterday 62. the high today only 66. but it's going to get warmer and warmer until the point comes where you might think it's too hot. tomorrow, 70. then 77 tuesday. 84 on wednesday. 90 on thursday. you can see your town's seven-day at the bottom of the screen. your area, not just for philadelphia. you don't have to wait until the end of the weather to get the seven-day. there's the last of the showers south of dover, just around cape may, continues to rain there. they are getting the most
clouds. we are getting more clearing to the north because this upper air low is farther to the south. everything is spinning around it, as you can see this low. it's going to be weakening but it's not going to weaken soon enough to prevent showers from redeveloping tomorrow. there we go. we start off day tomorrow with some sunshine and some clouds. then some showers break out in the afternoon. could be briefly heavy. could even be a thunderstorm. but not widespread. not everybody is going to get rain tomorrow. then we clear out tomorrow night, get a few showers around on tuesday. then things warm up. as we go through the afternoon, we see temperatures going up near 70. sunshine to start the day. but then as we go into the latter portion of the day, these temperatures are going to go back down a little bit and a couple of showers in the afternoon. but what's going to happen later on during the week? the jersey shore, you are going to be seeing differences between there and the city.
so don't expect it to get to 90 at the shore as we go through the end of the week. it will be getting there and many other parts of the area as you saw earlier, near 90 degrees by thursday and pretty warm all through the memorial day weekend. we'll be right back. ♪ they go oh-ooh-ooooh. ♪ sitting, watching, waiting, wishing. ♪ ♪ i tell you one thing, you never knew it. ♪ ♪ at the back of the bus ♪ there is so much to give, so dream big. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ get down, get down.
back with game three between the thunder and warriors. if you get squeamish, look away. kicked adams in a bad place. gets a technical. see what happens from there. things downhill for the warriors. green blocked by durant. kd on the other end. drains a triple. warriors, largest deficit since 2014. durant straight to it. sometimes the only thing you can do is laugh.
thunder win 133-105 and take a 2-1 series lead. the phillies are 25-19 on the season, two games behind the nationals in first place in the division. aside from losing to atlanta, there are other concerns with the team. for more on that, let's send it to marshal harris and rickie patalco. >> the phillies with what looks like an offensive explosive with five runs sunday. they scored one in the first two games against the braves friday and saturday. how concerned are you about this offense as they head out? >> i'm always going to be concerned about this offense. for them to score five runs is a major breakthrough. do i think they can do that every single game? no. they string too many singles together. you do need pop in your lineup, obviously. rupp went deep sunday, but this is something you have to get from your number three, four, five hitters. we are talking about a guy like
f franco, howard, joseph. those guys will have to start stepping up, especially playing detroit. >> you talk about ryan howard and tommy joseph, that's the option that pete mckinnon has. what do you perceive for the three-game series and how important is it in terms of determining the future? >> i almost feel like it's a competition. when you really think about it, this is the opportunity to play both your players. play ryan howard. play tommy joseph and see what happens. i really look at this -- if tommy joseph steps up, i think he may be taking that job at some point in the near future. ryan howard is playing for your play time. if he has a good series, pops a couple out of the yard, then he will continue to play. i think it's just a nice healthy competition going on. >> big day for the phillies of the future in lehigh valley today. j.p. crawford gets his first
hit. two for five against toledo. nick williams sends one deep to right. and gone. iron pigs. >> it was quite a week in philadelphia sports. it started on tuesday when sam bradford addressed the media for the first time suns ince he bac away from his trade request. as we leave you tonight, here is a look back. >> when first found out about the trade, i was frustrated. after time and thought i realized this is still the best place for me to be. i'm not completely naive. i think you realize that if the organization made a move to get up to two at some point it's probably not going to be -- i'm not going to try to hide anything. i will electric to help carson. >> what a great night for the city of philadelphia.
>> tommy joseph's first major league home run is a bullet. >> jason crawford was promoted from aa reading to aaa lehigh valley. >> he should be on the radar and he is. pat toomey started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer overseeing stock trades in new york, london and tokyo. next,
toomey moved to hong kong to work with wealthy chinese investors.
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