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them so angry and why the federal government is now involved. your governor would start doing his job instead of following donald trump around holding his coat! >> hillary clinton takes on donald trump and chris christie in atlantic city. her plans for more campaigning in our area. but we begin with even more problems for septa riders. now they have to worry about fires. >> i'm jacqueline london. you can see firefighters using hoses along the tracks. >> brandon hudson was the first reporter on the scene. he's live at septa's wind wood station. brandon? >> reporter: we now know a passing train caused a brush fire this afternoon. there were four fires, including one at this location in wind wood. we were talking to riders about
the delays that they're already dealing with when we smelled something burning and saw firefighters. after more than an hour of waiting on a septa train, peggy hefnur finally made it to her stop in wind wood. how does it feel to be back. >> much better. >> reporter: brush fires called big delays during rush hour this afternoon. here's a photo of flames at one septa stop. it's on top of the delays passengers were experiences for the second straight evening, after more than 100 rail cars were pulled from service. >> i think kind of like getting up early to get to work on time, and that's, that still hinders me, because i get to work late. >> reporter: nbc 10 learned the fire sparked around 4:00 this
afternoon. skyforce 10 was overhead where several trains were stopped. some left for a shuttle. this man took a uber to his car. >> they had two backed up and asked everyone to get off the train. >> you've got a fire between overbrook overbrook ov overbrook, and it was get a cab. >> reporter: there were two at the ardmore and one at the marion station. investigators are working to find out if an amtrak or septa train caused these fires. brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. and what could mean welcome news for septa riders. uberx and the parking authority have reached an agreement to allow the ride sharing service to operate legally during the slow down and the upcoming many
diddic national convention. they are scheduled to hold a news conference tomorrow. long chuommutes aren't the only reason you might be feeling heated. let's bring in glenn hurricane schwartz. it's going to get hotter tomorrow. >> hotter and more humid. so the combination is going to make it more unkvt be. and there's an excessive heat warning from northern delaware to the philadelphia region all the way to trenton. the temperature got up 89 yesterday. 97 thursday and friday. the three days in a row, that makes it an official heat wave. and that's an easy call there. tomorrow we start off warm, and we get temperatures going into the 90s. we could interrupt that with a
thunderstorm here and there. not expecting a real rainy day, but 90s across much of the area. in delaware, a lot of sunshine and the middle of the day, temperatures in the 9 os. the jersey shore, not going to be as hot, but not a tremendous amount of relief. we'll see how hot it's going to feel and when the heat wave is going to end with the rest of the forecast in a few minutes. happening now. another night of protests after a deadly police shooting in louisiana. these are live pictures from baton rouge. >> it led to national outrage, including here in philadelphia where protesters marched through center city and blocked one
roadway. >> this is what happened tonight in philadelphia. protesters blocking traffic for hours. meanwhile, new video of the incident surfaced, and i must warn you here, it's graphic. >> no justice, no peace! >> reporter: protesters marched through the streets of philly. >> this is a movement! >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: meanwhile, new cell phone video taken by the store owner who believes that the man on his back was murdered by baton rouge police. today the justice department is reviewing this video and this one as well, capturing the apparent struggle, then fatal shooting of alton sterling, a 37-year-old father of five whose family is heartbroken. >> we're not alone.
y'all could sweep him in the garbage. >> reporter: a call said sterling had threatened someone with a gun. they did find a gun in his pocket. back in philly? [ shouting ] >> reporter: a short time later, a tweet and response by the fraternal order of police, where was the protest when the full croft police officers what ambushed and shot seven times last week. i guess that is okay by their standards. >> whether you believe it, black people are being murdered. there's a consistent amount of people saying this is what we feel. it's any community's duty to respond. >> reporter: about a dozen people were cuffed, and everyone awaits another federal investigation into another fatal police-involved shooting. >> [ bleep ]. >> and tonight during that protest, no one was hurt.
police do say that 12 people were arrested. keith jones, nbc 10 news. a 13 year old boy is recovering tonight after he was shot during a road rage incident in hunting park. it all started when a woman in a car headed southbound and almost hit a person late last night. the woman inside the car got into a shouting match with the people on the treat before driving off. but police say that car returned and the man jumped out and fired eight shots before the car drove off. the boy's mother wanting the driver and shooter caught and punished. >> and if i catch her before the law, then i will bite her head off like i'm a pit bull. >> the boy was hit in the leg and arm and is expected to be okay. we have breaking news in philadelphia where police right now are on the scene of a shooting that injured a 14 year old girl.
skyforce 10 over the 4,000 block of o street. the teenager was hit in the leg and taken to st. christopher's hospital. no word exactly on her condition and no word on any arrests right no now. it's back to a montgomery county courtroom for bill cosby tomorrow. his lawyers will argue that andrea constand should be forced to testify in pretrial hearings. instead, her statement was read to the court. cosby is accused of drugging and sexually abusing constand in 2004. the justice department's investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail setup is officially closed tonight. u.s. attorney general loretta lynch says she accepts the fbi's recommendation not to charge clinton. she promised last week he would accept whatever findings there were in the case. just a minu james comey will testify before congress tomorrow.
and clinton used her political capital in atlantic city, talking about donald trump's failed businesses. >> reporter: hillary clinton devoted this stop in atlantic city to a fiery attack on donald trump. >> it's fair to ask, since he is applying for a job, what in the world happened here? >> reporter: clinton claimed trump took casinos into bankruptcy and kept making money while others didn't get paid they were promised. >> it's shameful, and every single voter in america needs to know about it so we don't let him do to our country what he did to his businesses. >> hillary with the teleprompters every single time. >> reporter: during a rambling speech tonight, trump mocked clinton's message. >> donald trump made a lot of money in atlantic city but hurt the little people. she calls it the little people. i didn't.
i made a lot of money, and government, what they did. i till you, you see that sham? >> reporter: the presumptive nominee called it a rigged decision that led to the decision not to prosecute clinton for what the fbi director called her careless handling of classified information on her private e-mail server. >> number one, it's illegal what she did here. but it's also bad judgment. >> reporter: for her part, no talk from clinton on word from the torn generattorney general probe is closed. >> we have confirmed that she will abbe ba'be in our area on. hillary clinton and bernie sanders may finally be joining forces. nbc news is report being that bernie sanders could endorse clinton as early as next tuesday. in weeks past, the vermont senator said he would likely vote for clinton, but has yet to
when i saw donald trump mock somebody who was disabled, i was appalled. you gotta see this guy... ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh, i don't remember! that reporter suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms. it told me everything i need to know about his heart and what he believes deep down. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. the longest war in america's history drags on. president obama announced the number of troops in afghanistan will be reduced to 8400 by the end of the year, leaving about 3,000 more troops in the country than originally planned. there is still a threat from the al qaeda, the taliban and now isis. >> it ensures that my successor has a solid foundation for continued progress in
afghanistan, as well as the flexibility to address the threat of terrorism as it evolves. >> it will be up to the next president to decide whether to change the number of troops serving in afghanistan. happening now. a nbc 10 traffic alertd to warn you about. penn dot has been closing the betsy ross bridge westbound for 15 minute intervals. the same thing will happen overnight thursday and friday. new jersey is planning too put the brakes on hundreds of transportation projecting. ? as the state tries to find the money to pay for them. $1. $1.7 million project is among those on the chopping block. governor christie says work will
stop. in cam didnkacamden county the same on east atlantic road. and multiple improvements along the river line could be shelved. new at 11:00, philadelphia mayor is taking to twitter to talk about who should receive holy communion. the mayor tweeted jesus gave us the gift of holy communion because he so loved us, all of us. chaput's actions are not christian. guidelines call for catholics living in relationships the church considers sinful not to receive holy communion or hold positions of responsibility in
parish parishes. live music on a warm summer night, hard to beat. we are live in camden for the summer music series. sophisticated sisters put on quite a show. there are free concerts next wednesday night and the wednesday after that. so one of the best ways to beat the heat, take a dip in the water. >> and philadelphia leaders want to help give you an unforgettable experience at some of the city's public pools. nbc 10 at pleasant playground. the parks and recreation department upgraded the pool with new umbrellas and landscaping. similar plans are in the works for east philly and west philly. the beaches and swimming pools will be popular over the next couple days.
places where a lot of concrete, from northern delaware through the philadelphia area, all the way up through trenton. at this hour, it's still 82 degrees in philadelphia and dover. 8 80 in allentown. when you see temperatures like this at 11:00 at night, you know you have a warm air mass. this is in western pennsylvania, and it's moving to the east. so that's why we do have the threat of showers and storms in the forecast for tomorrow. and some of you may actually be happy to see that because we've got even hotter air moving in. today we were in the mid-90s. felt like 98, 97 thursday and friday, feeling like about 104. several degrees hotter than today. 6 degrees hotter is the way it's going to feel.
it will feel more like 97. some of those cooling thunderstorms coming in in the afternoon even thursdon thursda chances of getting hit are well below 50/50. then it all dies down thursday night and builds back up on friday, as the front approaches. again, not in the morning so much as later in the day and into the evening hours. some scattered showers and thunderstorms. and going to need some of that to cool things off. look at these temperatures with the scattered showers. probably no storms on saturday in the ficphiladelphia itself. maybe not even to 90 degrees in the lehigh valley.
in some places it will be cooler. some places will still have thunderstorms. but everybody's hot the next couple days. a little bit of relief at the shore, but not a whole lot. because there's going to be a land breeze for most of the day. there are the two days with 97 and scattered thunderstorms, lower humidity and more comfo comfortable air on monday, tuesday,
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get to start tomorrow. he had six tips for the dodgers. and 14 innings of action. dykstra was one of the post popular players on one of the post popular phillies' teams ever. he was recommend physicminiscih days. >> we weren't supposed to be fib. ten we started winning and dom fating. the players, they're, they just want out. so we had an only field advantage like at the fex level.
indicate it's a first alert. we do not have one for lehigh valley. and closer to 90 degrees. to first alert for the jersey shore. closer to 90. that's hot, going to be humid. but not nearly as hot as the inland areas. and friday is just as bad, and then a little bit of relief. saturday, a lot of relief sunday. >> stay hydrated. stay near a pool. >> i'm jacquelyn london. >> the tonight show starts right now. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- zac efron, carmelo anthony, musical guest onerepublic,