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hing you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. path of destruction. police say a speeding car hit several homes and cars in south jersey. tropical trouble. the outer banks braces for the approach of a storm system. see how they're preparing. and an suv swallowed. we'll see you where a vehicle vanished beneath the city streets. right now at 11:00, south jersey families getting a rude awakening when an out of control car causes serious damage to several homes and cars. good morning. i'm pamela osborne. that driver is fighting for his life and the neighborhood is dealing with major cleanup effort there. nbc 10's monique braxton has been live in camden since early this morning. monique, tell us what's going on there right now?
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>> reporter: just moments ago, i talked to camden police and i was told the driver is listed in very critical condition. at this point, his car has been towed from the scene. over my shoulder, you see utility crews are restoring power lines. a demolition company has also come to the neighborhood to tear down the porch left dangling in the air. >> what did you hear? >> a big boom! i started screaming, get out of here, get out of here! it's a bomb! >> no, we're not in iraq, we're in camden. >> the gonzalez family was inside this second floor apartment when the chrysler 300 hit a utility pole, then their building and porch. >> and when we look outside, we saw the car in the middle of the street, flip over. and the back tire was on fire. >> reporter: another witness said at one point, the car went airborne. the driver was thrown out on to the sidewalk near newton and hadden. investigators say his car or
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flying debris hit as many as seven cars before landing in the middle of the street. >> your car was the van in front of this red car? >> yeah, the wood that came out of the porch hit the car. >> reporter: investigators also tell us the driver, who may have been intoxicated, was apparently speeding north on hadden when he lost control. when we arrived shortly after the accident, the engine, shattered glass, twisted metal and church musical sheets were all over the street. >> people do get into accidents here, but not like this. >> initially, the families living here inside these homes were told to stay put. now the property manager has asked them to leave while the structure is being inspected. live for now in camden, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. police in atlanta county just announced five arrests in connection with an expressway shooting that left one person dead and four others hurt.
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four people were shot inside of this white expedition. they're recovering at local hospitals. all of them now facing charges in this case. another shooting victim was later found dead in the passenger seat of a car in the garden state parkway. the driver of that car was taken into custody and now charged. state police tell us the shooting happened on the ac expressway near mile post 12 around 3:00 in the afternoon yesterday. the driver of the white suv was able to get to the egg harbor wawa where they asked for help. >> they almost spotted me coming in. and when they parked, the driver was like, can you please help us, can you please help us, we've been shot. i said, i can't help you, but i called the cops. >> investigators say it's not clear yet from which vehicles the deadly fired shots were fired. right near the main crime scene, police found a number of weapons they believe are connected to the shooting. the motive behind the shooting is still under investigation.
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philadelphia police hope surveillance cameras will help solve an execution-style murder in west philadelphia. police arrived at 55th and santom streets just before midnight and found a man shot four times at close range. the victim died at the hospital. the victim is in his 20s and have not yet been identified. police are checking a number of cameras in the area for usable surveillance video. in philadelphia, two children are recovering after one of them playing with a gun accidentally shot both. nbc 10 was on the scene at edding terrace in south philadelphia. police told us a 13-year-old boy had the gun when it went off, hitting himself in the hand and a 12-year-old girl in the knee. both children are in stable condition at the hospital. there is no word on who owned the gun or if any charges will be filed. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> still hot. a live look now at the
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roxborough section of philadelphia, from our camera on top of the presidential city of hartman. our heat wave may be officially over today, but that doesn't mean it's not sticky and uncomfortable outside. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist krystal klei is here with the forecast. krystal? >> we are, we're looking at those hot temperatures returning in the afternoon again. not seeing that break from the heat for a couple more days. so, where we're sitting now, already into the lower 80s. here's the bright side. as we move along that ten-day forecast, we're talking about some temperatures that only cap around here. that's a while away. for today, 82 in philadelphia. the suburbs sitting at 79 degrees, as well as new jersey, upper 70s for us in the lehigh valley and delaware right now, 80 for that current temperature. sunshine, abundant out there through this afternoon. a few spot clouds like we saw yesterday, also expected. as for your highs, barely turned 90-degree mark. so breaking the heat wave, but still hot. upper 80s, pretty much stretching across the board here
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with mostly sunny conditions. on your radar and satellite, no rain for us to track today. and like yesterday, i expect that to be a theme as we move through your afternoon. no rain, a few spotty clouds, sunshine going to be affecting us. humidity not terribly high today, but it will be getting a bit stickier as we move into your wednesday. and let's take a look as we pull out of it, what's going down to the south of us. we have that tropical depression 8 sitting down so the-out of us. that's not going to be affecting us with rain, but it will be affecting us with the dangerous rip currents. so we're going to be taking a look at the effects of those dangerous rip currents. we're going to talk about more about tropical depression 9 and how that may affect us right into your labor day. all of that will be coming up in just a few minutes. >> and as krystal mentioned, a big tropical storm is heading towards north carolina. the weather channel's mike seidel has the latest from the outer banks. >> reporter: here on the outer banks of north carolina, we're watching tropical depression number eight.
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it's going to be a brush-by. the locals are not concerned at all. >> hopefully it blows by quick and i can can be back to the beach. >> reporter: the worst will be locally heavy winds and maybe downpours. we have lost a little bit of sand. there is a little bit of a berm here, but high tide this morning only came up to about here. last night's high tide went all the way up here, almost to the lifeguard stand. this moves out and then they're going to be watching tropical depression number nine, which is down in the gulf of mexico. this is forecast to track well enough offshore on friday we don't get any direct exact. but it will be a surf and rip current issue. i'm meteorologist mike seidel for the weather channel in kill devil hills, north carolina. new this morning, more changes for drivers because of this weekend's made in america
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festival. parking is prohibited on the south side. it's also banned on park town place from 22nd to 24th street on the north side. the restrictions continue until next tuesday. time now for a check on the roads with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington. jessica, what are you seeing out there right now? >> pamela, we're starting off in new jersey right now, in cherry hill. kings highway around route 70. a set of traffic lights malfunctioning in the area. as you can see right here, there are police officers there on the scene. earlier, there was a crew there trying to fix some lights in the area, cones in place, so traffic kind of moving around the city, causing a little bit of delays throughout the cherry hill area. it should be anything major that sets you back too much. and an accident off of 295. the southbound ramp off the commodore berry bridge is politicked. another accident on upper dublin to watch for. the vine street expressway through center city looks great. all the rest of your majors look great, the schuylkill, 95, 202, should be good to go with normal volume. today, the pennsylvania
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senate will reconvene to vote on a new attorney general. governor tom wolf nominated bruce beamer to take over the post. beamer is a former top aide to kathleen kane who resigned as attorney general earlier this month. kaine was tried and convicted and the jury found her guilty on all charges, including conspiracy, perjury, and obstruction of justice. happening today at the shore, miss america contestants are arrives in atlantic city. the 52 hopefuls will be welcomed to their new home for the next two weeks. later this afternoon. they'll meet on the public -- they'll meet the public in front of the boardwalk hall. at 2:00 p.m., the festivities will end with a crowning o of a new miss america on september 11th. and controversy continues over an anthem protest by 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick. kaepernick stayed seated during
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the national anthem before the preseason game in san francisco. he said he was promoting systemic racism. kaepernick said he will continue to do so until he sees real change. nbc 10 caught up with several eagles players who weighed in on that protest. >> i support people that support their opinions, so i have no problem with it. >> i think everybody has the right to express themselves and i think that's just what he was doing. >> eagles rookie lineback we are mike tavarez espn that he wanted to follow in kaepernick's lead, but his agent said that would not be the case and tavarez will stand for the national anthem when it's played at games. and it could be a while before eagles fans get to see rookie carson wentz to play in a game. one of wentz's two broken ribs is only 60% healed. that means he's not likely to play in the pre-season finale on thursday.
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wentz will start as the season's third string qb behind sam bradford and chase daniel, so he may not see the field anytime soon. >> yeah, it's frustrating. you know, as all injuries are. i was hoping to get out there one more time in the preseason, but it kind of is what it is. and i'll try to learn as much as i can and get ready for cleveland. >> how much do you feel like you're pushed back at all by the virtue of not being able to play -- >> i don't feel it too much. it's frustrating to not get those reps in those game situations, but i still feel i'm prepared. whenever the time comes, i'll be ready. >> later this week, the eagles are back on nbc 10. you can watch the bird's preseason games sunday night at 7:00. join us before and after the game for exclusive interviews and coverage. you won't see anywhere else but here. philadelphia will honor the arena bull champion soul tomorrow. a celebration rally is set for noon at the city yard
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quarterback. the soul took its second arena bowl title in 11 seasons by beating arizona friday night. a new poll shows the presidential race is tightening. we'll show it to you when we come back. plus, how hillary clinton is getting ready for her showdown with donald trump. find out who she's reportedly talking to, to try to get inside her opponent's head. and a miraculous survival. a young boy falls seven stories and and lives. what probably saved his life, when we come back. >> and looking live outside of philadelphia. it is labor day weekend and how do trouble in the tropics play into our forecast? we'll take a look at that.
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not the rest of us. lcv victory fund is responsible for the content of this advertising. a suicide suicide bomber crashed a car through the chinese embassy in kyrgyzstan. no group has claimed responsibility. china denounced the attack and called on authorities to quickly identify and punish any co-conspirators. now to a real survival story out of japan. a 2-year-old boy fell from a seven-floor apartment is going to be okay. the child fell out of the window and landed on a tree below, cushioning his fall. he does have some broken bones, but will cover. and investigators in north carolina hope audio recordings help shed light on the shooting
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of a deaf man by a state trooper earlier thismon. the north carolina bureau's investigation released the audio of conversation between trooper jermaine saunders and dispatched personnel yesterday. the audio shows saunders tried to stop daniel harris for speeding. he tells dispatch the driver goes faster, rather than pulling over. then the trooper says, there's been a crash and a man inside took off running. 15 seconds later, there was this. >> the trooper is on administrative leave until the internal review is finished. in new york city, an suv becomes the victim of a water main break. the break caused a sinkhole and down went the white bmw. no one was hurt, but the suv is a loss. now to decision 2016.
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a new nbc news survey monkey poll shows hillary clinton maintaining her lead over donald trump. she's ahead 48% to 42%, but it has narrowed slightly. last week, the same poll had hillary clinton ahead by eight points. tim kaine will make two stops in the keystone state. he's expected to stump in erie and lancaster tomorrow. he'll be at bethlehem at an organizing event at the hannover township community center. as for clinton herself, "the new york times" report she's preparing to debate donald trump by researching his possible weaknesses. the report says clinton advisers are talking to trump's ghost writer of his best selling book, "the art of the deal." they're looking for insight about trump's deepest insecurities that clinton can use as a weapon during the debate. her team is also giving advice from psychology experts to measure how trump may respond to
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attacks on stage. the first clinton/trump debate is set for september 26th. meantime, donald trump's campaign is dealing with the black face controversy. we want to warn you, it involves an image you may find offensive. pastor mark burns tweeted this cartoon yesterday, showing hillary clinton in black face with the caption, quote, "black americans, thank you for your votes and for letting me use you again. see you again in four years." burns is in charge of african-american voters for trump. he later deleted the tweet and posted an apology video. donald trump is set to deliver a maj major immigration speech in arizona tomorrow. he'll take aim at hillary clinton for unprecedented policies on amnesty. and the security of your vote is in question this morning after possible russian hacking of some voter systems. the fbi sounded the alarm about
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the potential breach of voter registration data in two states. nbc news says u.s. intelligence officials blame russian-based hackers. >> states should be aware that their systems are probably vulnerable. their systems are probably being scanned, and their systems are probably being surreptitiously attacked. >> suspected russian hackers have been at the center of recent jolts to the current u.s. political landscape. dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz was forced to resign during the democratic convention after a release of embarrassing e-mails. that was a hack tied by the u.s. intelligence agencies to their russian counterparts. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and we're beginning with a look at those temperatures in your neighborhoods right now. we see 80s, upper 80s currently. 77, lehigh valley. and 79 in the pennsylvania suburbs. if you're curious of your seven-day forecast, it's sitting at the bottom of your screen
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here, but we're in the low 80s, philadelphia, south jersey, and the jersey shore, sitting at 82 degrees. and we pull into your philadelphia neighborhoods, parkside sitting at 83. mana manayunk, 81. penceport sitting at 83. and the same low 80s around places like fox chase, bustleton, and summerton, as well. temperature trend for us. we've been seeing lots of 90s. in the last four days, we've been in the low 90s. the average is 83, starting today, meaning we have been well above average, still the same today, although we will break the official heat wave of 90s. it's going to be hot. 89/93, very similar here. the heat, good news is, humidity, not terribly high today. that's going to bump up tomorrow. on your radar and satellite, this is a wide view. here we're sitting and you see it's clear for us. but we look directly to the south of us, and we do have that tropical system that's going to be affecting parts of the east coast, right around the carolinas. now, what we're looking at is that it may affect us in a
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different way. so what you see here is the path of the system. it's going to be heading out to sea. not necessarily bringing up rain. you can see the timeline, wednesday through thursday, though. that can lead to some dangerous rip currents for us and about a moderate risk. then that threat continues. looking at now tropical depression nine, winds at about 35 miles per hour, but if we put this into motion, this is the track, wednesday, thursday, moving over florida, dumping a lot of rain in that area, and this potential track continues out to sea as well, yet again clipping parts of the east coast. for us, looking like dangerous rip currents could be affecting us right on through your labor day weekend. so a lot of folks heading to parts of the delaware beaches, the jersey shore. this is the heads up for you on the beach hazards that may persi persist. you can check on the safe zones to swim in, where the lifeguards are set up. and speaking of your weekend plans, here's the forecast for your labor day, your saturday, sunday, low 80s to mid-80s in philadelphia.
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a little better off, the lehigh valley, the lower 80s, as well as along the jersey shore. the focus here, though, is at this point, the things look dry, and that continues through your monday, your labor day. 86 in philadelphia. the suburbs at 85. 81 along the jersey shore and delaware at 85 degrees with those sunny conditions in the forecast. and then your ten-day on 10. 81 today. 91 tomorrow, keeping the heat around. then the drop thursday at 84. that's when we could see some showers and thunderstorms. look now nice friday and saturday are. the lower 80s there. we continue to warm back up into those lower 90s, as we extend into the next week. ahead in our next half hour, a scary scene on a highway and it's caught on camera. we'll show you this video of a dangerous pileup and the dramatic rescue that followed. that's still ahead. but first, soothing sounds. we'll tell you about something simple the that can help premature babies.
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if you have a premie, you may want to sing to them. scientists in norway found a mother's singing live or recorded helped stabilize newborn's breathing while in the nicu. and music therapy doesn't just benefit newborns. mothers' stress level also dropped when they sang to their little ones. a surprise delivery. a couple out west becomes
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parents unexpectedly. we'll tell you why the mother never imagined she could actually become presidegnant. and caught on camera, a huge highway pileup and the dramatic rescue that followed.
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a path of destruction left behind after police say a speeding driver plows into several homes and cars in south jersey overnight. the driver is fighting for his life at this hour, and one camden neighborhood is picking up the pieces. nbc 10's monique braxton is tracking the latest on the investigation and joins us live from the scene. monique? >> reporter: yeah, it's a very sad situation. the driver listed in very critical condition. and dozens of people out of their homes. just is over my shoulder, you can see utility crews are restoring power lines here near newton and hadden.
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a demolition company has already arrived to tear down the porch left dangling in the air. now, we caught up with some of the families told to leave their homes a short time ago, so inspections could be done. the gonzalez family was inside a second floor apartment when the chrysler 300 hit a utility pole. then their building and porch. investigators tell us, the driver, who may have been intoxicated, was apparently speeding north on hadne nesden e lost control. >> we look outside, we saw the car in the middle of the street flip over. and the back tire was on fire. >> reporter: another witness told us at one point, the car went airborne. the driver was thrown out on to the sidewalk. investigators say his car or flying debris hit as many as seven cars parked before landing in the middle of the street. we will of course, stay on top of this investigation, and you can count on us to have all
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developments for you as soon as they become available. in camden, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> monique, thank you. checking out our nbc 10 headlines, new jersey state police announced five arrests in a shooting along a busy atlantic city expressway. one man was killed and another four were hurt. at least two vehicles were involved. four people in one of the cars are facing charges. the driver of the second vehicle is also charged. more changes for drivers this morning, because of this weekend's made in america festival. parking is now prohibited on pennsylvania avenue, from 22nd to 23rd street on the south side. it's also banned on parktown place from 22nd to 24th street on the north side. miss america contestants are arriving in atlantic city. the 52 hopefuls will be welcome to their home for the next two weeks, later this afternoon. they'll meet the public in front of the boardwalk hall at 2:00 p.m.
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festivities will end with the crowning of a new miss america on september 11th. a new video this morning of philadelphia firefighters watching for flare-ups at a church fire in overbrook. crews are still on the scene of yesterday's massive blaze. the search for the cause is just beginning. the fire started around 9:00 yesterday morning at the good shepherd press by turin church. josephine mac and her mother were able the to get out of the church safely. >> it just felt really fierce. it blew my mind the way the smoke was twirling and coming through the floor and i just panicked. >> fire crews were able to stop the flames from spreading to homes behind the church. the heat continues.
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our heat wave may be officially over, but we'll be dealing with some high temperatures and humidity today. here's a live look at the beach in cape may this morning. beautiful day. should be a pretty nice day out for people enjoying the final days of summer vacation season, but a tropical system could cause some problems offshore this weekend. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist krystal klei is here with the forecast. krystal? >> reporter: that's right. we are looking out at the shore. nice conditions, but have to worry about those rip currents, something that's been a moderate risk for being a dangerous level as we move through the next few days thanks to tropical systems. temperature wise, things look okay. 82 in philadelphia. mt. holly, also at 82. wilmington, 80. same for dover and outer atlantic city. that's at the airport. 84 degrees, the current temperature outside. temperatures are going to run just a couple of degrees lower today than they were yesterday, but still hot through your afternoon. here's the forecast. philadelphia at 2:00, 87
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degrees. san jo sunny by mostly sunny out the there. by 10:00, dropping into the lower 70s. the lehigh valley, 2:00 through the low 80s to your afternoon and in sboo the evening, we drop down to 70. and in delaware, temperatures will sit in the mid-80s. sunny through 6:00 p.m. should cap more in the mid- to upper 80s. that's the same for new jersey, as well. we're looking at those temperatures capping right below 90 degrees. 81 at 6:00 for your commute home and clear skies as we move into the evening. along the jersey shore, low 80s, consistent with what we've been seeing. and actually, that's going to be something we continue to see for the next few days. but on top of that, we are going to see a few changes. mostly in the form of higher humidity, chances of rain, and a big drop in your temperature. that's the final change before we get into your labor day weekend. we'll talk about all of that coming up in a few minutes. a colorado man is behind bars after police say he admitted that he tried to kill his young son in a car accident.
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police say 29-year-old nathan wentzell admitted to purposely leaving his 2 1/2-year-old son unbuckled and crashing his car into another car at 75 miles an hour. he said he tried to kill his son because he didn't want to be a father. little isaiah suffered numerous broeb bones and is recovering with a cast on half of his body and stitches on his head. outrage in southern california over the killing of three sea otters. they were shot to death and then washed ashore. sea otters are a threatened species, protected by federal and the state of california. officials have ordered a -- offered, rather, a $10,000 reward in the case. dramatic dash cam video shows a pileup on a new york highway and the brave actions of bystanders in the media aftermath. the mayor of binghamton released the video of last thursday's accident. one of the cars burst into
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flames. bystanders jumped into action, helping put out the flames and rescue the driver. ten people went to the hospital. police say the accident was caused by a tractor-trailer with faulty breaks. college students at two pennsylvania schools can boast about throwing some of the wildest parties in the country. lehigh and bucknell universities round out on the princeton's review top five party schools. topping the list is the university of wisconsin-madison. that's followed by west virginia university and the university of illinois, the top party school last year. bingham young university in utah was the most sober school for the 19th strait school. and vasser college in new york had the best financial aid. new this morning, going organic. in part of philadelphia while revitalizing a neighborhood. officials broke ground today on the fresh grocer of monument road. the store in winfield heights
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will offer organic and fresh foods at affordable prices. it will include a beer garden and a wine department. the site used to be a pathways supermarket. the new store will open early next year. and many medical experts say we're killing off the good bacteria that can protect us by using so many anti-germ products. but what is bacteria touted to coat our guts with the good stuff. brittany glasser gets those answers from a pediatrician. >> reporter: if you walk down a medicine or dairy aisle, no doubt you'll see probiotiic packages. while spelling the ingredients can be ingredients, the task of these probiotic can be beneficial.
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>> it might benefit your health. >> reporter: probiotics help restore normal bacteria in your child's gut, boosting natural immune defenses and promoting health. >> oftentimes it helps if you have a chronic diarrhea illnesses. i've also seen some studies showing that it may benefit for prevention of certain kinds of stomach viruses or occasionally, i've seen some studies about cold symptoms. >> reporter: so why do we need to put bacteria into our body? dr. carpas says it's because we've reduced the amount of good war bacteria in our surroundings and there antibiotics. >> early on, we learn that bacteria are bad for us, we have to stay really clean and sanitize everything. but that ends up being a very small percentage of bacterias. >> reporter: with so many options on the market, it's best to go with brand names in stores versus shopping around online. he also says, yogurts can help along with a balanced diet that
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can offer prebiotics. >> the more fruits and vegetables you eat, whole grains, nuts, things like that. those kind of things help establish those normal bacteria within your system. >> that was brittany glasser reporting. if you are giving a probiotic to your child, make sure you follow the recommended amounts. for babies, best milk is the perfect probiotic and prebiotic. a utah couple gets a happy surprise. calvin and brook williams check into a hospital on sunday after brook suffered seizures. after running some tests, doctors found out this was a pregnancy that triggered the seizures, making the surprise extra special. when brook was a little girl, doctors told her that her treatment for childhood cancer would mean she would never be able to have a child of her own. the happy father says the last few days have been filled with emotional ups and downs and he's
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so happy both mom and baby are healthy. >> the whirlwind has been crazy. i've had every emotion, really. >> she never had any sickness, never felt her stomach move. we were the type of people that made fun of those people. >> the clearest sign the couple was taken by surprise, because of that pregnancy, they were actually in the process of adopting. well, apple has scheduled a big announcement. experts are predicting they will unveil a new iphone, but we'll tell you why you probably shouldn't expect to have too many game-changing features. that's ahead. and plenty of sunshine outside north wildwood new jersey right now. the question is for your shore cast this long holiday weekend, how are things looking? we've got that one coming up.
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shares of hershey food take a big drop after a takeover deal falls apart. the shares dropped more than 10% in late trading monday. it came after mondelez dropped out of its pursuit for the chocolate company. they made a takeover offer of $23 billion, which was rejected by hershey, a deal that would have created the world's largest candy company. and mark your calendar, apple is holding an event next wednesday where it's expected to unveil the iphone 7. most reports suggest this will
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be a small update. the iphone is expected to be more water resistant thanks to the removal of the headphone jack and have dual camera lens. it may also come in a new limited edition color, which is blue. apple is expected to fight a big tax bill handed by europe's top regulator. the tax ruling said ireland had given illegal aid to apple by helping the tech giant lower its tax bill for more than 20 years. now regulators say apple owes ireland more than $14 billion. tonight, eagles' long snapper jon dorenbos will once again make his mark in hollywood. the veteran bird is hoping his latest shot at stardom on "america's got talent" will be his most magical yet. dorenbos will bring his magic act into tonight's semifinal round. he told csn's john clark that being in this new spotlight has
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definitely made him more recognizable. >> yeah, it's definitely a different level. it's definitely -- you get on network television, as you know -- >> we're local, we're local. >> but, yeah, it's gotten to be -- but it's cool, man, it's not so much you get bombarded. it's just like, hey, man, that was really cool. i enjoyed it. good luck. >> and you can see him on agt tonight at 8:00 right here on nbc 10. then later this week, the eagles are back on nbc 10. you can watch the birds' final pre-season game thursday night at 7:00 when they play the jets at the link. join us before and after the game for exclusive interviews and coverage you won't see anywhere else. well, soon, you can help the less fortunate and enjoy a delicious dessert at the same time. mana's annual pie in the sky fund-raiser is about to get underway. joining us to tell us more about it, our director of operations, eric gantz, and volunteer
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associate, glenda cook. welcome you both to the show this morning. and tell us a little bit about the mission. >> yeah, mana has been around for 26 years now. we supply nutrition and nourishment to people who are at nutritional risk for critical illness, free of charge. we deliver seven days a week, three meals day to our clients. it's awesome. >> and tell us a little bit about this year's pie fund-raiser. >> pie in the sky is our largest fund-raiser every year. we look to sell about 8,000 pies. we bake all 8,000 in house. it opens on october 1st, the sales, and we'll start breaking just about then, and we bake all the way through the beginning of november. different weekends, and we bake anything in house, like i said, and it's really an awesome, awesome experience. and our pies are $25 a piece. and we have a signature pie, the sky pie, which is $35. and when you purchase one of those pies, it helps feed a family of four thanksgiving dish. so it's really great.
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>> and what can varieties can people look out for, for the pies? >> we have our signature sky pie, a caramel walnut chocolate cheesecake, which is decadent and delicious. we have a pumpkin, apple, and southern pecan. >> glenda, i know you're looking for more volunteers. can you tell us a little bit about that? >> through the month of september, we're in need of volunteers for our early bird shift, which is 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.. and the volunteers will be packing meals for the next day's delivery, helping with truckloading, prepping meals, and all sorts of things. >> and can you tell us a little bit about what else you guys have planned leading up to thanksgiving? >> oh, with the pie baking, as eric mentioned -- >> we also have run for your life, another big fund-raiser we have in october, hosted by west laurel hill cemetery. we have a pie kickoff event and a lot of weekends where people can come in and volunteer to help us bake the pies, decorate
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the pies, box the pies, and get them ready for our rollout right before thanksgiving for people to come pick them up. >> and if anybody wants to volunteer and see this segment on tv, what's the best way to get in contact with you guys? >> they can go to our website, or call us at 215-496-2692 and ask for glenda. >> thank you so much and thank you for joining us. very much. we certainly appreciate you and all the work that you do in the community. >> thank you. >> thank you. and for a link to more information on how you can volunteer, all you have to do is tap on our nbc 10 mobile app. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. we're starting with a live look outside wilmington, delaware, out of frawley stadium. lots of sunshine on us overhead, same as what we've been seeing the last few days and it's still going to be hot as you move into the afternoon. we're not out of those 80s or 90s quite yet.
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here's the look. your neighborhoods today, philadelphia and center city starting at 89 this afternoon and 87 in summerton. the good news here, we're looking at a several lining. while it's still hot, we're not talking 90s over the entire area. instead, mostly mid- to upper 80s for forecast temperatures. in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs, westchester, 85. nice relief there. 86 for doylestown and those upper 80s for lansdale. in the lehigh valley, 87, allentown, and 86 for cooks town. looking at new jersey, trenton at 86. 84 for hammondton, over to the shoulder, 85 in ocean city. atlantic city at 80. and cape may, the same. and delaware, smyrna sitting at 85 degrees for the forecast high temperature. and if we look at the temperature trend over the next several days, here's the good news. we say, it is hot, then we start to drop down with our temperatures. and we get a little rain willful. thursday, dropping to 84 with a chance of thunderstorms in our forecast. and that spreads across the board.
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same for dover, 84 thursday, but that's following a hot 87 tomorrow. in allentown, upper 80s, drop to low 80s by friday. and friday, 78 for your forecast. high temperature will feel great getting ready for that long weekend. and wildwood staying mostly in the low 80s, but that chance of thunderstorms does move in thursday, if you're getting an chance on your labor day weekend. if you're waiting until that three-day weekend, here's what you can expect. we'll start with your philadelphia planner, forecast for us over those three days, looking at temperatures starting to warm. saturday, 82. sunday, 84. and monday at 86. overall right now, sunny to mostly sunny and on the dry side. so good news there. if you're heading to the shore, good news as well, looking like we will remain dry. right now a moderate risk for some dangerous rip currents. that's going today, wednesday, a little break thursday, but it looks like it will pick back up friday into your labor day weekend. temperature wise, though, upper 70s for you on saturday across
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the delaware beaches and the jersey shore. low 80s to upper 70s on your sunday, and then all of us sitting in the low 80s by monday, with a mix of clouds and sunshine out there. and of course remember the sunscreen, uv index still sitting in that high territory says we move through the labor day weekend. here's the ten-day on 10, high heat through wednesday at 91. then the drop. then the bigger drop here. we've got row 80s, friday, saturday. sunday still in the mid-70s. and we pick back up into our next week with those sunny to mostly sunny conditions, and the lower 90s returning. if you check out this ten-day forecast, it's notable we just got that one day of storms we're looking at on your thursday. we'll be right back. big oil polluters. they have a friend in pennsylvania. millionaire pat toomey.
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today, dozens of activists are expected to deliver petitions to the pennsylvania headquarters to the makers of epipen. more than 600,000 outraged consumers signed the petitions over the epipen price hike. mylan pharmaceuticals is based near pittsburgh. it introduced the price of the life-saving pens by more than 400%. the petitions call for legal reforms to stop drug companies from price gouging. and the so-called caveman diet could boost heart health. researchers at the university of
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texas found healthy adults who swap the western diet for a paelo diet boosted their heart health. the paelo diet is based on a diet ate by cavemen. researchers found people who ate the diet had lower risks of heart attacks and other cardiovascular diseases. but earlier studies suggested that the diet could be dangerous, leading to rapid weight gain and increasing the risk of diet. this afternoon starting at 3:00, it's "ellen" with george clooney and rihanna. then on nbc 10 news at 4:00 today, a man's olympic dreams were dashed. a flight delay made him miss it all. he calls nbc 10 responds. when the company wouldn't give him a refund, how harry hairston and the team took his battle on,
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today at 4:00. now an update on our top story this morning. the driver of car that smashed into cars in camden this morning is in very critical condition. his car or flying debris hit as many as seven other cars and hit the home's landing in the middle of the street. utility crews are now storing power lines near newton and hadden avenues. investigators tell us the driver may have been intoxicated and was apparently speeding when he lost control. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist krystal klei joining us now. and we've been talking about weekends, the holidays, and it's a forecast worth repeating. >> it's looking good for us. we stay in the upper temperatures, upper 80s, low 90s for us tuesday, wednesday. then it drops off. storms thursday, cold front passes, thursday and friday looking really nice. right around the low 80s consistently there and dry for folks heading to the shore. >> very nice. thank you for watching nbc 10 news at 11:00. i'm pamela osborne.
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for krystal klei and all of us here at nbc 10, have a great day.
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i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. michael hayden: if he governs consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about the option of using a nuclear weapon against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs]
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>> dario: so... coffee? >> rafe: i've got to check on hope. >> dario: [sighs] rain check. >> rafe: depends. we found out last night that aiden jennings is the new d.a. >> dario: her ex? that lying criminal dirtbag is the new d.a.? >> rafe: yeah, that's the one, so now we're working closely with him. >> dario: i love this town. >> rafe: she's not picking up. >> dario: maybe she's in the shower. >> rafe: or maybe she took matters into her own hands. >> dario: rain check. >> rafe: yeah. >> aiden: so i want to start with the most recent of justin's cases and then work backwards, so if i can get last month's files, that'd be great. >> roman: you got it. >> aiden: yeah, okay. shoot. did you see where i put my phone? >> roman: probably left it in the interrogation room. >> aiden: yeah. [suspenseful music] ♪


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