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may. storms will move in later on. first alert meteorologist krystal klei has more on the neighborhood forecast. with the wet weather, it really depends on where you live. >> this is exactly right. this is not everyone gets rained out of kind of forecast, but it will be a forecast where we look at the potential all over our region for some on/off thunderstorms. already storms are developing off to our west and our southwest here. those are going to be moving in our direction. in fact, follow the arrows, you see where this activity is going to be headed. temperatures for us right now we're sitting at 76 in philadelphia, 77 in delaware. mid 70s for us over the suburbs and low 70s at the jersey shore. temperatures you see now, they will be moving up just enough. 80s in parts of our area. no 90s quite yet. we'll get into more detail in the extended forecast in just a bit.
now we need to pick ourselves up and start running again the way that americans can. >> the clinton/kaine ticket talked about the importance of reaching pennsylvania voters in an exclusive interview with nbc10's lauren mayk's. nbc10's deanna durante is live in the digital operations center with more on the exclusive. deanna? >> rosemary, hillary clinton and tim kaine fresh off the big sendoff in philadelphia know they have to make a big win in pennsylvania and ohio come november in the elections. lauren met clinton and kaine during a stop at a toy factory in montgomery county. she asked them about the dnc starting with the moment that her daughter introduced hillary clinton on stage. >> what was going through your mind? what are you saying to each other? >> it was so overwhelming. the feelings that i had watching
my daughter introduce me backstage on tv, stepping out there and seeing the sea of people, you know, cheering. i just told chelsea how proud i was of her and how much i appreciated her being there to make that introduction. but much more than that, kind of the woman she is and just gave me a great sense of blessing. >> some of the bernie sanders supporters are not ready to support you. i talked to some of them. and they say they like some of the things that they are hearing you say. some of the things the issues that they have championed, but they don't trust you. why should they trust you? >> i know how they feel. i ran a very hard campaign against president obama in 2008 and i had many, many supporters if you go back and look at polls. very large percentages of my supporters who said they would not support him. >> you had said one of the things you wanted in a vice president was someone who was
going to tell you if they disagreed with you. if you had known about the private e-mail server what would you have told her? >> can i just say this, i'm going to be very candid about advice but the best way a vice president does that is just give advice directly to the president. >> now, clinton and kaine are on the second day of a post convention bus tour through pennsylvania and ohio. coming up at 8:30 you'll hear more of the exclusive interview as clinton and kaine talk about jobs and if there's a place for bernie sanders in her administration should she become president. >> thanks for that. the exclusive interview with clinton and kaine happened before news broke of a hacking scandal involving the clinton campaign aides said that someone breached the computer used by the campaign. it was part of the larger breach of the committee that was made public by wikileaks last weekend. just days later, donald trump
suggested that russia should hack any clinton e-mails or share what they might already have. the next day, he said he was just being sarcastic. according to the clinton campaign a review found no evidence that its internal computer systems had been compromised. yesterday, donald trump fired back at hillary clinton while he was campaigning in colorado. this after clinton implied during her dnc acceptance speech that the gop nominee was too thin-skinned. in response, donald trump said he drew millions more viewers to his speech at the rnc. he told the crowd in colorado that he expected clinton to compliment him on his campaign in her speech. >> i have been nice. but after watching that performance last night, such lies. i don't have to be so nice anymore. i'm taking the gloves off, right? yes? >> trump also said bernie sanders quote sold his soul to the devil end quote in deciding to support clinton.
hillary clinton held a rally at temple university yesterday to thank philadelphia for hosting the national democratic convention. >> i'm so grateful to everyone in this city who pulled such a great convention together. i'm thrilled that so many americans from everywhere got a chance to see philadelphia. >> last night, crews continued to clean up the wells fargo center. they had to pop some 3 million balloons. for reviews coming in on how philadelphia performed in the national spotlight, they're mostly positive. philly's police officers are getting a lot of that praise. the officers worked overtime handling more than 15 demonstrations of an estimated 5,500 people in the extreme heat. a senior adviser of the convention david cohen who was also senior executive vice president for nbc10's parent company comcast is encouraging people to thank the police for their work this week.
>> they were polite. they were courteous. they kept the demonstrators safe. i can't remember an occasion where i have been prouder of this city. >> city hotels were pretty much full during the convention and many are booked through tomorrow. tourism officials tell us they received a lot of positive comments and feedback online with people as far away as france saying they were impressed with the city of brotherly love. tomorrow marks 100 days until the general election. the battle between hillary clinton and donald trump will be the focus on nbc's "meet the press." you can join moderator chuck todd tomorrow morning at a special time. it will be 10:00 right here on nbc10. also during our exclusive interview that we showed you with hillary clinton and tim kaine, we had our sister station telemundo 62 in mind when we spoke to vice presidential nominee kaine. [ speaking spanish ] >> you can hear what kaine has to say about immigration reform
in spanish right now on telemundo 62.com. you can also watch our entire exclusive interview with clinton and kaine, plus track all the buzz from the campaign trail on the nbc10 app. now to news from the jersey shore bureau, politically themed on the board walk. t-shirts of hillary clinton, trump and bernie sanders are the hottest things on the board walk. >> donald trump has been getting a lot of laughs. more than the hillary -- donald trump has been flying out the door. >> another merchant told us that she was sold out of pro hillary shirts but another said the politically inspired tees still have not rallied as much interest as pokemon. water main break is causing some problems in northeast philly this morning. you're looking at the gusher that buckled part of roosevelt boulevard at levick street. this was earlier today.
the philadelphia water department has shut off water to the main and they're trying to fix the problem. the inner lanes are open right now. but the outer lanes are still shut down. again, this is the boulevard at levick street. repair crews are on that scene. 8:08 on this saturday. about 76 decks outside the nbc10 studios. coming up, a neighborhood watches as crews work to true man stuck in the sewer line. take a look. it took more than two hours, but the man was eventually rescued and this was no accident. we'll explain. oh, somebody is going to be a winner. we're talking powerball. we'll have the details on that drawing after the break.
the group will provide information about the affordable care act, voter education and other topics. they will also have back to school supplies to hand out for any kids who need them. now your "nbc10 first alert weather." >> and we're beginning with a live look outside wilmington, delaware, looks like a nice start to your day. does you can't be too fooled by the suspicious out there, because you have the clouds mixing in and the potential for storms as we move through the later part of today. you can feel that it's a humid one, it will continue that way through today and your sunday also. let's look at your neighborhoods for today. center city at 85 degrees. westchester at 82. cooks town at 82 degrees. a lot of the temperatures low to mid 80s out there today and most of us talking about thunderstorms popping up in the afternoon. not all afternoon and into the night, but on/off afternoon into
evening. we do have the potential, possibly some heavier rain even. jersey shore will be lower 80s. some of us peaking in the upper 70s. more on the timing of those thunderstorms coming up in just a bit. >> see you shortly. heir -- hey, if you play the powerball get your tickets for tonight. the drawing is for $478 million. take the cash value if you win -- $331 million. we'll have those winning numbers right here on "nbc10 news today" tomorrow morning and we'll let you know if anybody won that giant jackpot. good luck. 8:11 right now on a saturday. it appears the inevitable has happened. zika-carrying mosquitos make their way to miami. coming up the latest on the health care.
a man stuck in a storm drain in hunting park for two hours last night. finally, back above ground on dry ground. the man was pulled to safety after he crawled through an 18-inch pipe. nbc10's brendan hudson takes us there for the breakdown of the rescue. >> reporter: cell phone video shows police trying to rescue a man trapped. nbc10 learned that he jumped inside a storm drain in hunting park. more than two hours later, a crowd of neighbors erupted in cheers as the rescue team pulled the 46-year-old out safely. >> i feel good. it shows that the police department and fire department they really cared about the man's life.
>> reporter: this was one of the many neighbors captivated by the rescue. she went through a gamut of emotions. >> i was hoping for the best because he had been down there for such a long time. >> something like this was like very, very rare and weird. >> reporter: we are told once this man was inside the storm drain he crawled through an 18-inch pipe to the manhole on the other side of the intersection. >> our members had to be lowered into the hole as well as our water department. and had to be brought out that same way. >> >> reporter: the victim appeared conscious and alert. paramedics took him to the hospital. he had no significant injury. >> the value of the human life is truly priceless and they proved that tonight. now to a call for justice for a teenager gunned down leaving a basketball game. friends and family of barnes joined together for a march in southwest philadelphia last night. the 15-year-old was killed as he
was walking with friends following a basketball game earlier this month. police believed the shooting stemmed from an argument over the outcome of a previous basketball game. last night, we spoke to his mother. >> they need to take the guns off the street. you can get a gun just as well as you can walk into the store to buy a piece of candy. they're falling into the hands of our young youth. >> the mother called for the shooter or shooters to turn themselves in. now your "nbc10 first alert weather." >> looks like it will be a busy weekend forecast for us. that's because we're talking thunderstorms possible, not just your saturday, but your sunday as well. on top of that, as we move forward from your weekend into early next week, we are looking at possibly a few more storms moving in, but avoiding the 90s through these next several days. so while we saw a heat wave extend for a whole week, it ended on thursday.
yesterday, we stayed in the upper 80s and today we're looking at only mid 80s. heating back up over your ten-day. but we'll get to that in a moment. let's start with the storm potential. the radar and satellite shows the viewing area is mostly in the clear. we have clouds but we don't yet have the rain. but you see all the showers going to our west, southwest. and that's moving directly towards us. so we're looking at the potential of thunderstorms popping as we move into the later part of the day. on your hour by how 11:30, already some showers creeping into areas near wilmington. at 4:00 p.m., some thunderstorms are possible from trenton down to philadelphia and even into parts of new jersey here. then those on/off showers will continue. 9:30 at night, the model has changed a bit or updated. this is the system updating into the best forecast possible. looking at the possibility now for it to be a little farther shifted to the northwest of us. near harrisburg up through
allento allentown. not going to rule out a cell or two moving into philadelphia. that continues to roll by overnight. 3:30 in the morning, now creeping closer into philadelphia as well as along the shore. and then those showers move off as we move into the sunday morning, 8:30. but we'll linger with possible rain showers sunday as well. through your morning into your afternoon. now at 4:30, you see it's scattered in nature still. no guarantee it won't be all day. but on/off storms are possible right through the sunday evening. on top of that as we mentioned we're staying out of the 90s. philadelphia, mid 80s with the storms for the next several days. dover, very similar in forecast. allentown we drop into the upper 70s for your high by sunday. the same deal for wildwood where we see low 70s, 80s. a big difference from the 90s that we had been experiencing. now let's look at the extended forecast. mid 80s, a possibility of
showers and thunderstorms, today, tomorrow, into wednesday. 80s into thursday, friday, saturday, when we pull back those 90s. by next weekend, possibly another round of rain. >> all right. thanks. 8:19 on a saturday. time to check in on this week's "wednesday's child." he's a fun, energetic boy and he's looking for a forever family to help steer him in the right direction. we are introduced now to daniel. >> yeah. >> daniel loves fast cars so we took him to one of the great jewels of the city. the automotive museum in south philly. the founder renowned neurosurgen was our gracious host who not only gave him a ride in a vintage ferrari, but also a tour of the vast collection. >> you like the beau gaty. it's got a thousand horsepower
and what else? >> the body type. >> the cylinder. that's all important. >> daniel is very bright and he wants to be a cop. which is partly why he loves fast cars. he wants to chase down and put away bad guys some day. what matters most right now is finding his forever family. >> family that likes to travel. >> i think he's happy doing most activities that a family would do. going to the park, something as simple as this and he'll enjoy being part of the family. >> daniel is going into the eighth grade and he loves to play video games. but he has variety of interests. he loves science and math and hopes to go to college. but he knows a family will teach him things they don't teach in college. what can a family teach you? >> manners. >> yeah. manners. >> having good choices. >> daniel is this week's "wednesday's child." >> if you'd like to make daniel's dream come true or the dream of any "wednesday's
child," go to our website right now. nbc10.com. you can call the national adoption center at 1866-2-adopt. jetblue could be the first u.s. carrier to begin normal airline flights to cuba since travel restrictions have eased. they'll operate three flights a week beginning next month and then daily service in october. fares begin at $99.01 way. american airlines and silver airways are expected to start their regular flights to cuba a few days after jetblue. 8:21 right now on a saturday. 76 degrees outside the nbc10 studios. just days before the olympic games begin in rio, brazil's government fires the airport security firm that was supposed to do the screening. we'll tell you who's taking over and why.
we are now just six days away from the start of the 2016 olympic games in rio de janeiro. and nbc10 is the only place to watch all the action. brazil's government has replaced a private security firm that was supposed to operate x-ray machines at the airport in rio. the justice minister said they failed to hire the number of people to do the work. they were supposed to supply 3,300 guards but only recruited 500 screeners. the brazilian security forces have taken over the duties. police and retired officers will perform the screenings once they undergo screenings. not too many problems yesterday as the athletes arrived. plenty of smiles there. hundreds of competitors from japan, britain, spain, thailand got off their planes with carts full of baggage. the olympic torch is getting closer to americana stadium
where the opening ceremony will be held friday night. this week, the torch was carried over land and sea, it will cross more than 12,000 miles of brazilian territory before the games begin. stage is practically set for the olympics. nbc news captured this view from above. we're told the venues are finished and the athletes are training in many of them. meanwhile, security is tightening across the city as rio prepares for half a million people expected to arrive over the next few days. nbc10's jacqueline london is headed to london to bring you all the action. she'll introduce you to the hometown heroes going for gold in brazil. live reports start on wednesday at 4:00 in the afternoon. 8:25 right now on this saturday. this morning we have an nbc10 exclusive with democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton and her running mate tim kaine. >> i'm excited about what can happen. >> next we'll hear from them about the challenges they face and their strategy in the race for the white house.
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the key battleground states. come join the force and work with us. that's what authorities in montgomery and bucks counties want people to do if they want to change the perception of police and guess what? local departments are hiring. get out and enjoy the sunny weather while you can. the sun shining over center city, philadelphia, but we see those clouds starting to move in. that's because we're tracking the possibility of some storms later on. >> nbc10 news starts now. >> good morning. welcome back to "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. just before 8:30 on this saturday. thanks for getting up with us. let get more on the weekend weather now with meteorologist krystal klei and not looking too bad out there right now, but we know it could change very quickly. >> yeah. that's right. okay start to your morning, but as you see on the clouds and the radar map that's not the case the entire day. it won't be dry the entire day. if you have activities planned, grab the umbrella right now.
you see showers that are arching from pittsburgh all the way down past washington. near roanoke. the showers if we zoom in are not in our viewing zone, but starting to pop up near baltimore and hagerstown. they're going tock coming through our -- to be coming through our neck of the woods late morning and into the afternoon, still possibly continuing into tonight. sunday as well. this is a look at where we're right now. 76 in philadelphia. 73 in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs. mid 70s in lehigh valley and mid 70s in new jersey. and these temperatures are going to be bumping up mostly to low to mid 80s and with it that's when the possibility of thunderstorms starts to really pop. we'll look more closely at that coming up. >> all right, thanks for that. now to an nbc10 exclusive. hillary clinton and tim kaine answer our questions -- viewer questions in the first ever local interview since getting
the democratic nomination in the race for the white house. deanna durante is live in the digital operational center with details. >> the clinton/kaine bus stop stopped at the toy factory in hatfield, montgomery county, and lauren mayk asked them about bernie sanders, if clinton would place him in the cabinet post if elected. she said it's too soon to say what she'll do if she's elected president. she is focused on winning and that means getting voters in battle ground states like pennsylvania. >> i'm excited about what can happen in manufacturing, in infrastructure, clean energy, technology that will put millions of people to work in america. >> i also think anybody who wants something better economically, they're going to have a choice between somebody who has some plans. you heard hillary really talk in significant detail about plans to grow the economy and somebody who is just saying, you know,
basically, it will be great. but when it comes to the plans where are they? >> for people trying to make up their minds, they can hear trump's false promises, his negative, dark image of america. i don't think that creates a single job. if they look at his business record they can see what he's done to those who ran small businesses, who did all kinds of contracts for him. but if they look at what we have done, if they look at how we're going to build on the progress we made, i think that they will see we have lots of plans to do that. >> now donald trump's campaign is tying hillary clinton to president obama, criticizing what it calls the obama/clinton economy saying a trump presidency would come with strong job growth and job creation policies. live in the digital operations center, deanna durante, nbc10 news. i'm nbc10's vince lattanzio and we're following the clinton/kaine tour through pennsylvania and into ohio.
today she'll be stopping in johns town, pittsburgh, then on to youngstown, ohio, as she tries to gather more support for jobs plan. >> follow us on facebook, twitter, instagram and the nbc10 app as we'll hear from the millennial voters. >> we're the only local station following from top to bottom so don't miss out. in other news this morning the father of a muslim u.s. soldier killed in iraq is adding to his comments that shook the democratic national convention earlier this week. last night on msnbc, kahn spoke about the last phone conversation he had with his son. >> i said to him be strong and to come back. >> army captain kahn died in a suicide bombing in 2004. at the dnc his father slammed donald trump for his idea of temporarily banning muslims from the u.s. he produced a copy of the u.s. constitution, challenging trump to read it.
appeals courts are blocking republican efforts to restrict voting. yesterday in north carolina, a photo i.d. law was thrown out. courts in kansas and wisconsin stopped strict measures on citizenship proof and absentee ballots. it follows a federal court decision that found the law in texas was discriminatory. let's head out west to san diego where police are trying to determine the motive behind a shooting in which one officer was kill and another injured. jonathan de guzman died after he and his partner stopped someone on the street. one suspect was shot, he's in the hospital in critical condition. a second man described as a potential suspect was captured yesterday after a s.w.a.t. standoff. the second officer, wade irwin, is expected to survive. we have new details about the army reservists who killed five dallas police officers. a new report reveals a sexual harassment allegation against
micah johnson. the report says johnson stole a female soldier's underwear and then lied about what he did. johnson was removed from the military following the investigation. he was killed earlier this month after opening fire on the officers during a rally. dozens of people marched through downtown dallas yesterday to protest police violence and to pay homage to the five officers who were killed. the demonstration was organized by the same civil rights group that held the protest back in early july. back in our area, there's a major push to recruit more police officers in montgomery and bucks counties. one of the 15 departments has joined the forces to attract a large pool of new police recruits. over the last few years hiring has been difficult. there's been a drop in applicants. troubled recruitment efforts have been a problem for departments but new factors are also hurting the hiring process. >> we're getting fewer and fewer applicants. i think there's a number of reasons for that.
one being just the sentiment today in policing. and a lot of the negative publicity about policing. >> other issues also shrink the candidate pool like missed educational requirements, red flags in background checks and inappropriate activity on social media. the department says the best way to change the perception of police is to join the ranks and work on it from the inside. 8:36 right now on a saturday. 76 degrees outside the nbc10 studios. this morning we're talking about more changes related to the septa slowdown. what regional riders have to do if they're trying to get out of philadelphia. that's next. and this eagles player shows he's got talent on and off the football field. next, what the magic man did that got him a standing ovation.
now your "nbc10 first alert weather." >> welcome back. starting with that live look outside philadelphia, you're looking out at center city. we have kind of got that gray haze hanging over us. we had some low-hanging clouds and now the thicker clouds are going to start moving in as we move late morning and into your afternoon. that's when the chance of rain will start to develop in our region. in fact, you can see in the seven day forecast scrolling at the bottom of the screen throughout the entire forecast letting you know what to expect in your neighborhood. let's start with temperatures.
we're at 76 in philadelphia right now. allentown at 75. the same for trenton. we're at 76 in vine land. low 70s in atlantic city. these temperatures are going to be cranking up along the shore. upper 70s and low 80s. not a lot of warming there. then inland to mid 80s possible. this is due to the fact that we have cloud coverage moving in, rain-cooled air potentially by later in the day. so not expecting temperatures to make their way into the 90s for us today. on the radar and satellite we see the scattered showers are starting to creep closer and closer and starting to engineer delaware. some light spotty showers. not a lot yet. but the activity will start to build as we move later into the day. and it is looking like we could see a few strong to maybe even severe thunderstorms develop. if you look at your severe thunderstorm map for today, notice today we're not at the highest level of threat here as we saw yellows, oranges, that would mean it was a widespread
forecast. instead the deeper blue. little closer to baltimore, looking at more widespread activity. for us, isolated to scattered thunderstorms and showers. so looking at the potential for a wet afternoon and evening. but this is not a guarantee that everyone is going to get soaked. could see a couple of stronger cells though. on the feels like temperature map, going to feel hotter than it truly is. feel like the low 90s by this afternoon and that will drop down later into the day. if you're headed to pocono raceway, a potential for showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. 70s and sunday, low 70s. spotty storms and showers. the shore cast, same deal. a possibility of activity both days especially in the afternoon and evening. temperatures low 80s across the map here. sunday, 78. also atlantic city, we are talking temperatures staying in
the mid 80s. the rest of the workweek moving forward we'll talk about this with your ten day forecast. >> thanks. today, two pokemon go organizations in delaware hope the game will cheer up kids who are being treated at the new morris dupont hospital. because they can't go outside, they'll bring the lures to attract pokemon to the doors. we have all heard of neighborhood watch programs, right? well, one guy is taking his mission to fight crime one step further. still ahead, we'll show you why his crusade is drawing attention and mixed reaction from neighbors. baseball trade talks heat up as the deadline looms. coming up in the sports who the phils are thinking of giving up.
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well, if you haven't heard already there is a new twist to the septa slowdown. if you ride the regional rails you're going to have to buy tickets in advance to get out of center city. the new policy will require riders to bypass the ticket office before boarding trains at any stations in center city. a spokesperson says that septa made the change because of scheduling issues due to the dozens of structurally deficient rail cars out of service. the change takes effect on monday. this weekend health officials in florida are going door to door testing people as they try to narrow down the zika threat. officials announced yesterday they believe four people likely contracted the virus from the
mosquito bites in a neighborhood north of downtown miami. doctors ruled out other factors like travel where zika is being spread or having sex with an infected person. this suggests that mosquitos are beginning to spread the virus on the u.s. main land. >> i'm directing the department of health to immediately begin contracting with commercial pest control companies to begin spraying in the impacted areas. >> health officials do not expect a widespread outbreak. they foresee only isolated clusters of infection. 8:46. six state employees facing criminal charges in the water crisis in flint, michigan, are suspended without pay. yesterday, the state attorney general announced that misconduct charges all involved in covering up the truth. he said flint used river water instead of water from the great lakes for a year and a half to save money. as a result, people ended up
drinking and bathing in water poisoned with lead from aging pipes. according to experts, filtered tap water is now safe to drink. in connecticut, a new sandy hook elementary school will open next month. the crews tore down the old school where 20 first graders and six staff members were shot to death in 2012. the new school was built on the same property but not on the same space. the features are an updated security system. those who survived will be starting the fourth grade in the new building. a missouri man is on a crusade against crime in his hometown. he patrols the streets in a superhero costume which includes a bulletproof vest and stun baton. the police department gave him permission to patrol saying he raises awareness about safety. most people in town like having the added protection. eagles got talent. oh, yeah, talking about long
snapper jon dorenbos. back with the birds after making it to the semi-finals of the nbc hit show "america's got talent." his tricks are no secret to the team. they have seen him in the locker room for years. just this week he put on a special show for his team and members of the secret service to thank them for their work during the dnc. >> so when all the guys got around and they showed it in the team meeting, everybody came together and supported it, it was a cool feeling. like it's kind of emotional for me. kind of stepped back and really appreciated -- really appreciated that. >> at least one of his teammates already knows what trick jon will use on the next show. but he wasn't giving us any hints. now your "nbc10 first alert weather." >> let's look at the forecast in your neighborhood. starting with philadelphia. already by 11:00 a.m. should be in the low to mid 80s. that's where we'll tap and that's when we will see the
possibility of pop-up thunderstorms. same in the suburbs with a temperature right around the low 80s at 8:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. and in the lehigh valley. already dropping down by 3:00. the temperatures should start to slip with any stronger thunderstorms that roll overhead. in delaware, 83 at 11:00 a.m. new jersey by 3:00 p.m. along the shore, struggling to make it into the low 80s. most of us looking at the possibility as you see here of some pop-up thunderstorms moving through the afternoon and even into the night. this is sports deck brought to you by xfinity. x 1 from xfinity will change the way that you experience -- >> hi, we begin the eagles news. the team signed darren sproles to the one oyear contract extension worth $4.5 million. it will keep him in the eagles uniform through next season. he has been a pro bowler as a punt returner and both of the previous two seasons with the
birds but the production on offense dropped two yards per carry last year. so the extension shows the eagles have faith in him. >> i'm 33 years old. you know, giving me an extra year. like i said it's a lot. >> any time in my opinion that you can have a playmaker like darren sproles and you can keep him lock up for a couple of years makes you feel good. the eagles first preseason game is against tampa bay on august 11th. that can be seen live on csn and cozi tv. coverage starts at 6:30. kickoff at 7:00. lesean mccoy spoke at bills camp for first final since he was investigated after his alleged role in a bar fight involving an off duty police officer in philadelphia last february. no charges were filed. and he was not punished by the nfl but he said he still bears responsibility. >> sitting back and viewing the whole situation, you know, as a
leader the guy i want to be for this team, you know, just things like that can't happen. it's no excuses for it. you don't hear of other guys like peyton manning or, you know, tom brady getting into incidents like that. >> csn phillies insider salisbury said the phillies and rangers are in deep talks about vince velasquez. velasquez leads the phillys with eight wins. bottom third, beckham at the dish coming one a base hit up the middle, erick aybar comes around from second. throw is cut off. braves tie the game at one. two batters later, nick markakis. rbi single. he had three hits on the night. velasquez gave up the two runs so a decent outing for all the scouts in attendance, but top of the nine, aybar heads up play. the phillies fall 2-1. tonight's game is on nbc10 at 7:00. a scary scene at the arca race in pocono.
third car from the front, apparent brake failure led to two members of the crew being hit. both were able to walk away from this. one was looked at for further observation and the other released from the infield care center. that'll do it for sports. i'm amy fadool from csn. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪
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patient's home and rocky ran up to her on the street. he was really skinny, young. his face was all torn up. she was like, i can't let this dog just stay out here. so he tried to climb in her car and she took him to act to see if he was microchipped. >> she is in our studios right now. you see rocky kind of jumping up a little bit or being excited, just because he wants to be with his foster mom. >> he's such a friendly guy. you were saying he's up for adoption. he's been doing some socialization training. >> other dogs excite him a bit. not out of aggression. you know, he wants to go play and gets excited. sometimes when he's on walks he gets worked up when he sees dogs. what's great, we have a volunteer program at the shelter called project pet. and they work with foster dogs like that to give them all kinds of different training. he has been making excellent progress. so he would be great -- oh. shh. it's okay. what are you looking at? it's okay, bud.
>> i think he has to see other people in the studio here. >> it's okay, bud. >> a little hectic when the dogs come in. >> it's all right. >> he's up for adoption. you have an event coming up this weekend. >> yeah, it's today actually. from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the trestle inn called at the dog wash. it's a fun event. there will be a dog wash outside. we'll be washing people's dogs. there's also a beer special from the sham ani creek brewing. go go dancers, a special, fun bar. >> i have been there at least once or twice. >> food trucks. there's going to be a pup pup vaccine clinic. so it benefits actually the shelter as well. >> the trestle inn located around 11th and callow hill, off of spring garden street. >> yes. >> before we go, we do have that information for a.c.t. philly. that number 267-385-3800.
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