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nbc 10 news starts now. murdered with a crossbow. right now philadelphia police are investigating a violent crime. we're learning new details about the victim and the man police are questioning. i was shot! i was shot! i was shot! the folcroft police officer shot multiple times is expected to leave the hospital today. and welcome america. today starts eight days and nights of patriotic family fun across philadelphia. nbc 10 gives you a front row seat to the annual fourth of july week-long festival. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm lauren mayk. let's get right to meteorologist
bill henley this morning with his first alert neighborhood forecast. this is a close look at conditions across our region. good morning, bill. >> good morning, lauren. we're seeing a nice start to the day today, nice and cool, we're in the 60s right now. look at the warmup we're in store for. 80s this afternoon, delaware starting off in the low 60s. 63 degrees now. nice and sunny at 7:00. 66 and into the middle 70s this morning. humidity may be creeping up a little bit. winds out of the south are going to be bringing some humid air. you'll feel a little bit of a different today. look at the warmup, 64 degrees by 6:00. by$ç9:00, 73 degrees. into the 80s today and at the shore, inland it's 80s, 77 degrees at the shore. go through the forecast hour by hour when i'm back in ten minutes. jessica boyington is watching your first alert traffic on a monday morning. >> we're watching the vine street expressway. this is headed through center city around 24th street.
you can see all lanes are open right now. we don't have to deal with the early morning construction. drive times, 95 and the schuylkill expressway into center city looking great. 13-minute drive times at the most. the blue route having no problems, schuylkill to 95, 15 minute there. lower merion on conshohocken state road and millcreek road. lauren? >> thanks, jessica. homicide detectives are investigating a murder in northeast philadelphia this morning and the weapon used was a crossbow. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at the scene. matt, what are you learning about the victim and this murder? >> lauren, philadelphia police say it's not the first time they've been called to this house. i'll step out of the way. we're on the 3100 block of willits road. the woman was shot with a crossbow in that house right now and ran next door to the house on the left looking for help. take a look at video. this happened just before 9:30 last night. police got a call to come out to this location. they found the woman in the
doorway of the neighbor's house bleeding heavily from the chest. the crossbow went through her body, through a couch and into the wall. this woman was rushed to ar ra torresdale, taken into surgery but died a short time later. the suspect was the victim's boyfriend. he was arrested without incident. the man here has been going through some issues in the past month or so, they've learned from neighbors. investigators are trying to piece together what led up to this man pulling out that crossbow, a weapon typically used for hunting. police left the area about a half hour ago. all you see now here is a pile of crimdç scene tape. live in northeast philadelphia, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. nbc 10 has learned folcroft police officer chris dormen recovered from being shot seven times just days ago is expected to get out of the hospital today. we are also learning more about what was happening as colleagues rushed to come to his aid after
he was shot. >> i was shot! i was shot! i was shot! >> during the moments he was in danger, a dispatcher's computer suddenly began to reboot. that dispatcher did not lose touch with those responding after moving to another computer. a separate problem involved summer temperature swings interfering with police radios. >> periods of time when the radio frequencies go out, they don't hit the tower, the antenna, there's nothing to trigger this. this is an act of nature. the bad part is it's happening. the good part is, the county is responding. >> now, in this statement to nbc 10, delaware council ordered an investigation of all communications systems and
beyond. he was shot during a drug investigation. the officer suffered multiple gunshot wounds, including to the face. but he is expected to make a full recovery. the suspected shooter, donti island remains in jail, charged with attempted murder. court records show he served years on prison on federal gun charges. yesterday, officer dormen took a call from country singer kenny chesney. folcroft police posted this photo from the hospital. chesney apologized to dormen for mistakenly saying he had died from his injuries during a tribute at his concert in philadelphia. he mentioned the officer after socialç media just lit up with calls for chesney to give a shoutout to the officer who is a big fan. chesney tweeted about the call, saying of officer dormen, quote, he is doing great. i told him we'd watch an eagles game and have some beers one
day. here's to a speedy recovery. today it begins. the wawa welcome america festival kicks off an eight-day stretch of star-spangled excitement and fun, leading up to the biggest fourth of july celebration anywhere. looking live at the ben franklin parkway, the site of the july fourth concert and fireworks. today the festival will start giving out thousands of free tickets to get you close to the stage for the show. tap the nbc 10 app for a link to those tickets online starting at 11:00 this morning. you can also get tickets at liberty place. you're looking at video of last year's fireworks show in philadelphia. and this year, you can enjoy three nights of fireworks. last night, nbc 10 got a sneak peek at this year's fourth of july morning ceremony and parade. the mastermind behind the parade told us this one is the real deal. >> so within that procession you are going to see literally the
declaration of independence on display in living human form. and that is the coolest thing about the parade. >> the wawa welcome america fireworks show runs friday july 1st, saturday, july 2nd and of course the grand finale monday, july 4th. here's a look at some of the events happening today. there's a mural dedication in old city at 2:00 this afternoon. there's also free museum day at the benjamin franklin museum and tonight at 8:30, there is a free screening of finding nemo at franklin square. nbc 10j5ñ the official media sponsor of wawa welcome america. and to learn more about today's fun and the full calendar of wawa welcome america events, tap the nbc 10 app. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> coming up on eight minutes after 4:00. pleasant morning, skies are clear. the humidity is down.
the temperatures have cooled off, into the 50s and 60s. a live view looking across the delaware, no sign of any fog here. the view from the adventure aquarium. the temperatures are still cooling at this hour. 50s in interior new jersey and at the shore. while it's in the 60s for philadelphia, delaware, the suburbs, cooler, low 60s in the lehigh valley. 60 degrees. nice and clear this morning. there are some clouds in our future during the day today. most of them coming in this afternoon. right now, chestnut hill, andorra, parkside, 63 degrees. warmer in bustleton and winchester park. society hill is 66 degrees to start with. we'll warm back in the 80s today. a wind out of the south that's going to help to boost our temperatures this afternoon. the forecast wind of 11 miles an hour in philadelphia, just a little bit stronger for wilmington and delaware and wildwood, those are onshore winds. it will be cooler at the shore. instead of 80s, you'll find 70s there. here's your hour by hour
forecast. philadelphia, 67 degrees, near 80 degrees by later in the morning and this afternoon, 84 degrees at 3:00. the suburbs will see sunshine to start with, some clouds later this afternoon. they'll start increasing during the afternoon hours. should stay dry. 83 in the suburbs. the lehigh valley, we'll see the increase in clouds this afternoon, too. the temperature also going up. 65 to start with. 79 degrees at 11:00. it's into the 80s this afternoon. for delaware, bright sunshine, into the upper 70s at 11:00. 84 degrees at 3:00 and new warmup with partly sunny skies to mostly sunny skies today. the shore, there are your 70s. 78 degrees at 11:00. still in the upper 70s at 3:00 this afternoon. dry during the day today. this is what i'm watching with be a cold front that will be moving in with a chance of showers and thunderstorms primarily tomorrow. part of our area may see some of
those showers and thunderstorms moving through during the evening hours tonight. 9:00 this morning, see some cloudiness over new jersey. the futurecast shows at noontime we are in the clear, just a few scattered clouds in delaware and south jersey. the temperature's heading into the 80s by noontime today. there's the seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen. there's one seven-day for each part of our area. when i come back, got your ten-day outlook. lauren? >> thanks, bill. drivers, listen up, we have a traffic alert about one of the busiest bridges in our area. expect lane closures starting tonight on the walt whitman bridge. hear how your evening commute could be impacted and why. plus, call of the wild. next, we'll tell you where this black bear was captured in our area and how wildlife officials got him.
new from overnight, a man is dead after breaking in his exgirlfriend's home. police tell us it was her new boyfriend who shot him. police got the call about the shooting on edgewood street around midnight. a man was found shot in the head. the man was climbing through the window of his exgirlfriend's home when he was shot by her current boyfriend. police say there were two kids inside that home but no one else was hurt. they're still waiting to hear if anyone will be charged. now it a developing story. we're watching the global markets after last week's decision by britain to exit the european union. this morning, asian markets recovered today. stocks on japan's nikkei index gained more than 2% of total value. the british pound is down again today. the dow jones will open later this morning.
more than 600 points lower than before the brexit decision. today secretary of state john kerry will visit london in the wake of the historic brexit vote. kerry huddled with eu leaders in brussels yesterday to try and calm tensions. meanwhile, a revolt is brewing in the uk over the decision to leave. an online petition calling for a do-over vote has more than 3 million signatures so far. scotland's leader says she'll look at all options to honor her people's vote to stay in the eu. our presidential candidates having more to say about the uk's decision. in scotland over the weekend, republican donald trump said the same anger that fueled the brexit vote in england will spill over to the u.s. yesterday in indianapolis, democrat hillary clinton blasted trump for promoting his golf courses. >> bombastic comments and
turbulent times can actually cause more turbulence. and to put the interest of the american people ahead of their personal business interests. >> trump's campaign chairman called clinton the epitome of the establishment. a new nbc/"wall street journal" poll shows clinton leading trump by five points. 4:15. we have new video this morning of a plane that caught on fire just after itç landed. check this out. this video was shot inside the plane by a passenger. everyone made it out of the plane okay. singapore airlines says this flight from singapore to milan turned around and made an emergency landing after an engi engine oil message. the flames were doused. one case deals with the regulation of texas abortion
criminalics, another case involves the corruption conviction of former virginia governor bob mcdonnell. the third case concerns a federal law that keeps guns out of the hands of people convicted of domestic violence. as west virginiaens continue surveying damage, people are bracing for more rain today. 25 people were killed over the weekend after flooding. one woman said her community smelled like death. the national weather service has issued a flash flood watch for 22 counties today. meantime, people are coming to terms with everything that's been lost. >> 23 years of stuff just being thrown out. it's hard. >> we'll work together as a team and try to work something out. i really don't know. the unknown is scarier than the known. >> yesterday president obama declared a major disaster in the state. if you live in bucks county, you can take a deep breath. the bear that's been roaming
through neighborhoods is off the streets. the bear was spotted pe ete ete yesterday. the pennsylvania game commission used a dart to tranquilize the bear and took it out of the neighborhood. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist bill henley. getting clearer and a dry start this çmorning. a live view of cape may. looks pretty nice to start with. we will see sunshine at the shore and the temperatures warming into the 70s this afternoon. while inland it will warm into the 80s. north wildwood, new jersey is in for another beautiful day today. satellite and radar, scattered clouds moving through now. the shore is quiet and dry. there are showers in our future. some of them could be entering into delaware by late tonight. the system i'm watching is to
the northwest. the showers moving through extreme northwest pennsylvania into new york state. that's a cold front that will be pushing into our area. before it gets here, a nice warmup. 59 degrees in upper township. 50s for mullica township and may's landing. 60 in woodbine. atlantic city, 69 degrees right now. futurecast shows some scattered showers. this is 4:30 this afternoon. the clouds will be increasing from philadelphia. the chance of showers will be increasing as we go into the evening hours. should stay dry to the south. as the evening progresses and overnight tonight, we could see showers and a possibility of thunderstorms into our area. that's late today. during the day today, it stays dry. during the evening, especially in the lehigh valley, we could see scattered showers. 87 degrees this afternoon, tomorrow, 86 degrees. a nice warm day again on wednesday with still a possibility of showers and thunderstorms on wednesday. by thursday, we've got a warmup,
88 degrees. and then into the upper 80s for friday, saturday and sunday will be warm, highs in the 80s with a chance of late-day showers and thunderstorms on monday but look at -- on sunday but look at monday. 85 degrees and clear with plenty of sunshine. into the upper 80s for tuesday and wednesday. lauren? >> thanks, bill. 4:19. let's get a check of traffich this morning. jessica boyington is keeping an eye on the blue route. what are you finding? >> this is around the germantown pike on ramp. no big problems in either direction or delays right now. all traffic is moving along northbound or southbound. if you're heading out the door on to route 202, we're still in the green. no big problems or delays with drive times and a ten-minute trip headed southbound from route 30. over in west deptford and new jersey, 295 looks great, around route 130. 24 minutes for your drive time, southbound from the 42 freeway over the delaware memorial
bridge. lauren? >> thanks, jessica. if you typically drive over the walt whitman bridge, you may want to reconsider this week. closures are starting tonight. crews are painting the bridge. starting tonight at 9:00, only two lanes will be open in each direction. between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., there will be period closures for 20-minute intervals that painting should be done by friday morning. ♪ check this out. hundreds of local kids enjoyed the thrill of a free concert last night. pnb rock headlined the fourth annual hip hop for philly concert at the theater. we need help rewording organizations with free money. we're giving away grants to local nonprofits. we call it 21st century
solutions. the goal is spo tourt organizes that are implementing new and innovative programs. the application is on our website, nbc10.com and the deadline to apply is august 26th. 4:21 and florida probably comes to mind when you think of places to retire. but a new list is out and it is not the number one spot for retirees. ahead in our next half hour, hear which city is best and where philadelphia ranks. also, summer fun for the kids could mean money. that's for moms and dads. next, how sending your kids to camp could help with your finances.
sending your kid to summer camp, think about this. it could mean more money in your pocket come tax time. here's how it works. working parents can save around $1,000 per child up to two children, depending on their income. that is courtesy of the child and dependent care credit. overnight camps don't qualify and children do have to be younger than age 13. if there is a stay-at-home spouse, that credit will not kick in. nearly 1,200 triathletes competed. they started with a kilometer and a half swim and biked for another 40 kilometers and finished this event off with a 10k run. >> it'sqe amazing. i think i fell in love again with doing triage lons. this is such a great contest. cecilia davis hayes claimed
victory for the women. philadelphia may be home to the cheese steak but it was all about burgers in south philly yesterday. the sixth annual burger brawl was held at xfinity live. nearly 40 contenders took part and for the first time, 12 taco contenders battledç it out for top taco. the people's choice went to lucky's last chance. money from the event goes to help fund literacy programs in philadelphia's public elementary schools. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather. nice start this morning. 64 degrees. a little bit of a breeze blowing. it's going to be a southerly wind today. the temperatures right back into the middle 80s this afternoon. more humidity coming our way today. the time is 4:25. jessica boyington is watching the roads from the first alert traffic center this monday
morning. >> good morning monday, bill. we are watching 78 in the lehigh valley. this is right around lehigh street. traffic moving along, will check in with the rest of our majors when we come back at 4:30. worried about water. next at 4:30, people living in horsham, montgomery county expect to get answers about contaminated water and what's being done to fix it.
montgomery county will meet with officials about contaminated drinking water and what can be done to fix it. nbc 10 first alert radar is tracking showers for parts of our area. we'll tell you when the wet weather will love in to yourç neighborhood. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm lauren mayk. 4:29 this morning and let's get right to meteorologist bill henley with his first alert neighborhood forecast. it's a look at conditions right where you live. when we're talking about rain, we need that, bill. >> yes. we're not talking about rain for today. it's going to be nice and sunny to start with. skies are clear and the temperatures have been coming down. 64 now in philadelphia. the suburbs 61 degrees. and new jersey has dropped into the 50s at 57. a little bit cool to start with for the lehigh valley. you'll see bright sunshine there before any clouds start moving in today. 62 degrees at 7:00. at 10:00, 75 degrees. temperatures into the 80s this afternoon. 87 yesterday. 86 this afternoon.
the lehigh valley will see clouds increasing during the day. there's a chance we'll see a late afternoon, more likely an evening shower while the rest of the area stays dry, heading into the 80s this afternoon. your hour by hour forecast when i come back with jessica boyington right now watching first alert traffic. jessie? we're watching montgomery county right now for a disabled vehicle, out in lower merion, conshohocken state road and millcreek road. we're also watching more construction. this is the pa turnpike headed eastbound between valley forge and ft. washington, the left lane closed. 23 minutes right now westbound from route 1 to valley forge. speeds still into the 60s there as well. this is berlin, new jersey around the white horse pike and berlin cross keys road. no big problems or delays, not a lot of cars heading out the door there for you. i'll check in with the schuylkill when i come back. lauren? one person is injured after an ambulance collided with a car in philadelphia. nbc 10 was on the scene at roosevelt boulevard and