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i was born free! i am an american citizen! >> breaking from overnight -- violent clashers between protesteprotest ers at a donald trump rally in the midwest. and philadelphia's mayor will welcome leaders from other big cities to discuss the importance of early childhood education. it's 4:30. good morning, i'm tracy davidson, thanks for joining us. let's get to meteorologist bill henley he has the first alert neighborhood forecast a look at conditions right where you live. >> we're seeing temperatures cool down under clear skies. all those showers, the clouds have moved out. philadelphia, the suburbs,
lehigh valley, delaware in the clear. it has cooled down nicely. 61 degrees in wilmington. at this hour temperatures are still falling. by 7:00, 60 degrees enjoying sunshine. up 16 degrees by 10:00 this morning. everybody will see that nice warmupment sunny skies from delaware through new jersey and into pennsylvania. at the shore, won't be 87, middle 70s, but a beautiful day ahead. warmer weather to come. look at the seven-day and the next threat of showers in our area when i come back. sheer jessica boyington with a look at traffic. >> looking at the blue route, cameras turned around at the mid county tolls. in problems or delays there. an accident out in abington on
collidge avenue. the schuylkill expressway doing okay for the most part. no big delays headed east bound into the city or westbound out of the city. 13 minutes there. watch for that construction around the blue route. left lane is closed headed eastbound. we have this breaking new just in. a gunman opens fire on an arizona highway. right now the highway in scottsdale is shut down in both directions as police search for the shooter. official s tell us the gunman ht two cars, the driver of one car was grazed by a bullet. we continue to follow this breaking news, violent protests break out at a donald trump rally in new mexico. the clash happened outside the convention center and police in riot gear tried to keep order. nbc 10's matt delucia has been working on the new developments. you have video of what happened last night and a look ahead at what's happening today.
walk us through. >> police say that several officers are being treated for injuries after being hit by rocks and there's been at least one arrest. take a look. >> i was born free! i am an american citizen! >> this is what it looked like last night in the streets of albuquerque. protesters started burning pro trump flags and signs. they also started throwing bottles and garbage outside the venue. police used smoke canisters against the crowds. donald trump on twitter only said it was a great rally and an amazing crowd. there were a few interruptions inside the rally, but outside is getting all the attention. in march, trump had to cancel an event because of a clash between supporters and protesters. hillary clinton's campaign will be continuing its attack on
trump's record of hoping for the housing market to crash in order to make money. later today, several groups are planning a news conference to denounce that stance. neither clinton nor trump have officially clinched their party's nomination. several more states still have to vote including new jersey. live in the digital operations center, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. two big name also campaign for hillary clinton in the guard chb state today. former congressman gaby giffords and her husband, retired astronaut mark kelly will participate in a gun violence roundtable in cherry hill. today marks two months until the start of the democratic convention in philadelphia. organizers are preparing for protests here. as we told you last week, convention planners will set up an area close to the wells fargo center where demonstrators can be seen and heard by the delegates. the convention's ceo told me she wants everyone to express views
and she says she's sympathetic to protesters because she's been a protester herself in the past. >> i've been part of many protests in my life. not always at the democratic convention, but i grew up in an activist home and household, so i know a little bit about marches and state-ins, rallies, sign making. >> the city has given permission for bernie sanders supporters to hold a four-day rally in fdr park adjacent to the sports complex. the city issued a permit for an anti-fracking group to stage a march from city hall to independence mall. there is a push for universal pre-k across the country. today leaders will meet in philadelphia to discuss how they can make it possible for all children to get high-quality early education. the william penn foundation is hosting the event. a montgomery county mom says
morning noon or night there's always a moment to discover visit annapolis and create your moment good morning. i'm first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. watching 422 right now around route 23. looks like they're starting to clear this construction out of the way. you can see flashing lights. there's a work vehicle behind one of our graphics here. 422 dealing with some construction this morning. no big problems or delays because of it. because there's not a lot of traffic out on the roads. an accident out in abington,
coolidge avenue and galloway avenue. on 95, drive times are okay but construction southbound between girard avenue and penns landing. only the reeight lane is gettin by right now. a 13-minute trip there. no problems if you're headed northbound. if you take mass transit, everything is running on time or close to schedule. more updates when i come back. here we go. a beautiful day today. 61 degrees in the city. clear skies looking across the delaware. good warmup with sunny skies, 76 by 10:00. then we're into the 80s this afternoon. a few clouds yesterday, but 80 this afternoon, 83 by 2:00.
in the lehigh valley, 63 degrees at 8:00, middle 70s by 10:00. close to 90 degrees this afternoon. new jersey, interior new jersey will see a quick warmup. clouds have moved out. bright sunshine from 8:00 through the noontime hour. into the afternoon. maybe a few scattered late day clouds. 86 degrees. winds out of the west at 10 miles per hour. that will warm things up for the shore communities as well. along the beach, sunshine and 70s. right now 59 degrees. for delaware, sunshine in store. 61 degrees now. 65 at 8:00. we'll warm through the 70s into the 80s this afternoon. middle to upper 80s for parts of delaware today. here's a look at the memorial
day weekend. 90s on saturday. on sunday there's a chance we'll see some scattered showers and possibly thunderstorms later in the day. certainly not an all-day rainfall. for monday, some sunshine, clouds, and there's a chance of wet weather. look at the temperatures coming down. the warmest day is saturday. 80s for sunday. and monday we'll be in the 70s for most of the day. the exception, the jersey shore, which is going to be cooler through the three-day period. the warmest day will be saturday. people will be hitting the beach saturday. probably on sunday as well. 4:41 right now. the push is on to eliminate the zika virus threat. next, hear has one county in our area wants property owners to do and find out how bug sprays stack up against the mosquito spread virus. and this abused pony from bucks conte was hit with more than 100 paint balls. next, hear who is stepping
we don't know the trial date yet, but a judge in montgomery county has ordered bill cosby to stand trial in a sexual assault case. cosby is accused of drugging and violating andrea constand. the alleged assault happened at cosby's home in 2004. the defense contends it was one night and a consensual sexual relationship. >> the point of this is that it was intoxicating to her and she was unable to consent. >> prove there was no crime committed here, the inconsistencies that plague this investigation from the beginning continue to plague it now. >> if convicted cosby could face up to ten years in prison. the comedian has been free on $1 million bail since his arrest in
december. a montgomery county mother says she was publicly shaped for nursing her son at spring valley ymca. say the haslam says during a gym class on monday a ymca employee asked her to leave. >> she's like there's men in this class they're uncomfortable with you nursing in here. >> mom was sitting on a balance beam with her feet on another balance beam, that's what i was told. and was just asked to move because the kids in that class were ready to participate or wanted to participate on the slides. >> the ymca president and ceo said it was a misunderstanding. the spring valley ymca issued an apology saying all mothers should feel comfortable breast feeding anywhere. in pennsylvania it is illegal to ask a nursing mother to move. the quick thinking of a north jersey bus driver saved the lives of 22 high school students after their bus started smoking and then caught fire. you can see the flames shooting from the bus in this picture.
this is paramus bergen county. when firefighters got there, the fire was still going strong. the bus driver had just picked up students at paramus high school when he saw smoke coming from under the hood of the busment he ordered everyone off the bus. thanks to that bus driver no one was hurt. a local lawmaker is making a new push for rules to help fight zika. it could effect homeowners in new castle county. vai sikahema is here to tell us more about the proposal. >> reporter: good morning. experts are warning that zika carrying mosquitos could soon hit the u.s., and one local official wants his community to be proposed. he wants to amend the new castle county county code to prohibit the accumulation of standing water on peoples property. the goal is to eliminate places where mosquitos breed. at the same time we're finding
many insect repellants won't keep bugs away for long. 16 popular repellants were put to the test. while many ward off west nile carrying dear ticks for itch to 8 hours, more than one-third of brands tested lasted an hour or less against zika spreading mosquitos. even worse, the testing found plant-based bug sprays, they were not as effective as other repellants. >> if you wanted to go with a more natural product, the oil of lemon eucalyptus is the best choice. >> in addition to the lemon y k eucalypt eucalyptus, the most effective repellants include deet tick and insect wilderness formula. zika has been linked to birth defects. over 270 pregnant women in the u.s. are infected with the zika
virus. all those cases are travel related. back to you. >> all right. thanks. happening today, comedian and former daily show host jon stewart and his wife are riding into lancaster county to adopt an abused horse. lilly was shot more than 100 times by a patient ball gun and left abandoned at the new holland stables. stewart and his wife plan to take her to their farm sanctuary in new jersey. 4:48. time to look at traffic. jessica boyington has that. >> we are watching construction around the brew roulue route ar eastbound drive time, headed from the construction zone to street you'll be just fine, 12-minute trip there. average speeds into the 60s.
if you're on the garden state parkway, maybe heading down the shore, watch for some construction headed southbound between the atlantic city expressway and route 322, the right lane will be closed there. here's 95. this is headed through delaware. no big problems or delays northbound or southbound from 295 to 495. 11-minute trip. speeds into the 60s. also to problems or delays, everything running on or close to schedule for mass transit. more updates when i come back in ten. 4:49. heading out right now, a comfortable start this morning. skies are clear. there are some cool spots. parts of the area have dropped into the 50s. but most of the area is really quite comfortable. humidity is nice and low. the showers we've been dealing with are out of the picture this afternoon. clear skies and comfortable this evening. numbers will be dropping into
the 70s. right now 50s and low 60s with sunshine. we'll see these numbers warm into the upper 80s. that includes the lehigh valley seeing some cooler numbers. reading is 53. kutztown is 53. easton at 52 degrees. that's to start with. sun kny skies across the upper 70s in philadelphia. after a cool morning, a fast warmup with nothing but sunshine. to the south, delaware seeing bright, sunny skies. 78 degrees at 11:00 this morning. interior new jersey, sunshine, 11:00, 79 degrees. at the shore, 80s inland. along the beach in the 70s today. that ocean water temperature is still cool.
this is the radar and satellite. the rainmaker, the low pressure low pressure that's been off shore has pulled away from our area. that's cleared the way for plenty of sunshine for today. a summer preview over the next couple of days. the warming trend will continue. it started two days ago when we were in the 70s. yesterday, 3. today we'll be closer to 90 degrees this afternoon. future cast shows 9:00, no sign of clouds. staying clear at lunch time. and then plenty of sunshine for this afternoon. making for a beautiful evening. 6:00 this evening, sunny skies for trenton, philadelphia and wilmington. no sign of clouds at the shore either. stand by to enjoy the warmer temperatures with the rain out of the way, sunny skies and 8 degrees this afternoon. tomorrow we'll start in the low 60s. look at the warmup. 90 degrees. for both days humidity stays low. changes friday. heat and humidity leading to a
chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. 90 degrees on friday. steamy on saturday. 92. the temperatures will be coming down over the weekend. a chance of some afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms on sunday. then mostly cloudy skies for memorial day monday. that will keep us cooler. 79 degrees. rain showers monday and tuesday. tuesday another day in the 70s. back into the 80s for wednesday and thursday. >> the warmup is here, bill, thanks. ♪ there's no way for that music not to wake you up. for the first time ever, the philly pops and the mann center for the performing arts will perform memorial salute. it's saturday at 7:00. veterans, active military and philadelphia police officers and firefighters can see the show free along with families.
all philadelphia public school students, teachers and administrators can also get free tickets. for details, check out nbc10.com and check out the nbc 10 app. speaking of memorial day, if you are heading out of town, you still have more work to do. police say every homeowner needs to think about holiday home security. next in a live report at 5:00, hear how to keep your belongings safe. and also next, all aboard. hear why septa is teaming up with uber for a unique transportation partnership this summer.
the 5:00 hour. septa will team up with uber. septa officials say they will reveal information about a summer pilot program, the goal of which is is to increase access to and from select regional rail stations in the suburbs. count on nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app to bring you new details as soon as it's announced. there is something new in ocean city that will allow you to enjoy the beach a bit longer. you can now add time to your parking meter without leaving your beach chair. this month the seaside resort town rolled out the parkmobile app for all 1800 parking meters. >> how many times do you come to park and you have no quarters? and nobody wants to give you change. so i think that's a great idea. >> after setting up an account and providing a payment method just enter a parking zone number in the app to start the timerment you can remotely add time as long as it doesn't
exceed the parking time limit. residents near rutgers university are begging officials to do something about a house that hosts frequent parties. the home hosts gatherings that are essentially kraoutdoor concerts. residents say there are no port-a-johns which means their lawns are becoming bathrooms. >> girls getting undressed, urinating right over there. >> our sister station, wnbc in new york spoke to a rutgers grad who rents the house, he apologized. the town's mayor says an investigation is ongoing. happening today, philadelphia is launching the busy summer tourism season with a campaign that redefines the city's historic district. they're even renaming the old philadelphia's original city. it spans from the delaware river to 7th street, from lombard street north to vine. the aim is to get visitors to
see not only the historic sites but other attractions throughout the area and extend their stay in philadelphia. >> all of this means america, in addition to the bell and the hall. as we like to say there's more to a legendary city than its legends. so spend more time with us and see for yourself. >> the city will unveil the new campaign and the maps that go with it later this morning. former philadelphia mayor michael nutter will receive an honor today. officials at the pennsylvania convention center will dedicate a state of the art theater to nutter. it will be used for film festivals, movie premieres, screenings and other shows. nutter served as philadelphia's mayor from 2008 to the beginning of this year. it is the super bowl of spelling. >> the scripps national spelling bee kicks off today outside of washington, d.c. with a preliminary round. nunatak. >> nunatak. >> correct.
>> nunatak. you knew that. >> couldn't have done it. that word resulted in a tie during last year's spelling bee. tomorrow 282 of the nation's top young spellers will compete to be the next champion and win a $40,000 grand prize. the finals, of course, are tomorrow. i feel like that's becoming more and more of a lost art because of devices, you have spell check. >> spell check corrects it for you. or you can google it. >> really nice. you are watching nbc 10 news. nbc 10 newsed a 5: ed today at starts right now. smoke canisters and pepper spray used on crowds, rocks thrown as police officers. violent protests erupt in new mexico outside a donald trump rally.
new this morning, holiday home security. before you head out of town, make sure your house doesn't become a target for burglars. still dark out, which may be the perfect time to look out at boathouse row this morning when it's lit up. right now in the 50s and 60s. we could be near 90 degrees today. ready? >> i'm ready. we had another night of moon. did you see the moon? >> gorgeous. beautiful. good morning. welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's check in with bill henley in the first alert weather center. talking about clear skies and warm temperatures today. >> little cool now. we will see temperatures turn around. we have clear skies, look at the view from king of prussia. 63 degrees by 8:00. 11:00, 77 degrees. clear skies over philadelphia. a view looking across the delaware. a little darker in the city. 61re