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15 years later this morning the country reflects and remembers the lives lost during the terrorist attacks on sep+jth11th. communities around our region are honoring the victims and survivors to show the world we will never forget. we will tell you how you can participate and pay tribute. the eagles are about to kick off a new season with a new quarterback but is rookie carson wentz ready to fly? we will hear from him straight ahead. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors, it's 9:00 on this sunday. big day for the birds. so let's get right to that forecast. meteorologist krystal klei has our game day weather. >> perfect football weather. absolutely. so we're starting out warm
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because the cold front has not yet moved in, but it's just heading our direction now. as we move into the afternoon we are not going to see a ton of warming like we have been seeing. instead of 90s we are capping those temperatures in the 80s today. we are at 82 currently in philadelphia, mt. holly 80, wilmington 82. still in the 70s for allentown an coatesville at 11. looks like any showers will be off to the north of us, not affecting. right now the cold front is just starting to track in. some cloud coverage as we move through your morning, early afternoon, but later in the day just sunny to mostly sunny conditions. aëpñ nice forecast for us with winds that will start shifting directions. with that cold front passage winds will pick up to 10 to 20 miles per hour, breeze yeens today but otherwise those winds coming in from the north-northwest will allow for us to push out the moisture meaning lower humidity. we will talk about the forecast temperature this afternoon and more on the days to come.
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15 years ago a september day that began like any other became one of the darkest in our nation's history. the twin towers were reduced to rubble. the pentagon was in flames. a pennsylvania field burned with the wreckage of an airplane. and nearly 3,000 innocent lives were lost. this weekend we honor their memory once more. we stand with the survivors who still bear the scars of that day. we thank the first responders who risked everything to save others. >> this morning president obama is paying tribute to the victims, survivors, first responders and those who have served our country on the 15th anniversary of 9/11. here is a live look at ground zero in new york city. memorial services as you can see are under way there right now. the names of the nearly 3,000 victims are being read aloud and that will happen over the next
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few hours. at the pentagon the president will speak during a remembrance ceremony there. we expect him to remind americans that terrorists cannot defeat us and that we must never give into fear. the 40 passengers and crew members who died trying to stop the hijackers of flight 93 will also be remembered in shanksville. this is a live picture from the memorial site. the victims' names will be head at 10:03 a.m., one hour from now. the moment the plane crashed into that field in western pennsylvania. this morning nbc 10's monique braxton is live in bucks county where a memorial service there is under way. monique, bucks county lost 18 people in the terror attacks. >> reporter: that's right, rosemary. right now here at the garden of reflection a remembrance ceremony is under way. now, as you mention, 18 people perished that day, their grieving loved ones consider this a sacred place.
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this is the second of three ceremonies to take place honoring more than 2900 people killed on september 11th, 2001. a steel beam from the world trade center is nearby. you see dozens of paper doves created by school children are hanging around the garden. three women, two who lost their sons, one who lost her husband are participating in this morning's program. a remembrance of life ceremony takes place at 7:00 tonight. now, that will be led by a widow of one of the pilots whose plane crashed into a world trade center tower. we will be covering observances all across our area throughout the day. live now from bucks county, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. new this morning thousands of flags are in place in pen soccer, camden county, to mark
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the lives lost. overnight volunteers placed the flags with the names of the victims on them at the town's 9/11 memorial. the nighttime flag placement has become an annual tradition at the corner of merchantville avenue and route 130. a memorial ceremony will be held here at 12:15 with patriotic songs and the release of doves. hundreds of runners are hitting the streets in norristown right now to honor the victims of 9/11. they are taking part in the travis manion montgomery county hero fund 5k race. travis manion was killed in 2007 after his unit came under heavy sniper fire in iraq. proceeds from this run will help the foundation that bears his name as well as the montgomery county hero fund. norristown attorney sean cullen and his wife created the fund. >> montgomery county hero run is specifically for police, fire, military, first responders that are hurt in or on the line of duty here in montgomery county. and the goal of that is so that in the event of tragedy we
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immediately are available to help them and their families. >> as i mentioned that 5k run has already started. you will notice that the streets right around the montgomery county courthouse in norristown will be closed for some time in morning. in delaware an interfaith service will be held at 4:00 this afternoon to bring together people of different faiths in a stand against terrorism. senator tom corporal will take part in the commemoration service at holy rosary church in clay month. there is going to be a number of events happening today to mark this 15th anniversary of 9/11. for more information just head to the nbc 10 app. a little bit later on this afternoon at the eagles game vice president joe biden will take part in a special tribute. he had join thousands of first responders in holding the national anthem. the eagles kick off their home opener at 1:00. they have a new coach and new rookie quarterback.
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carson wentz hasn't seen any action on the field since the first pre-season game when he hurt his ribs so he has been getting ready in practice this week preparing for the real deal. in an nbc 10 exclusive csn's john clark asked wentz about the adjustment. >> it's been pretty busy, obviously, you know, which is normal, but, you know, getting those reps that i kind of missed out on was really big, but, you know, they've gone really well. the reps have gone well and i think we're looking good and we both -- all of us are ready to go. >> you can watch more of that exclusive sit down interview a little bit later on this morning. eagles game day kickoff comes your way at 9:30. of course, we will break town all the action on eagles game day final, that's after sunday night football. nbc 10 is your official home for the philadelphia eagles. ten minutes past 9:00 on this sunday. critics are calling it a political gaffe. this morning hillary clinton is
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apologizing to donald trump supporters. coming up the remarks she made that trump says will cost her in the polls. (whispering) what are you doing up? (whispering) mom said i could have a midnight snack. well, i say it's late, and you need to go to bed. why? because i am the boss. you're not the boss, mom's the boss. well, technically, we are co-bosses. technically, mom's the boss.
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71 by 8:00 p.m. in delaware dropping to those lower 70s as we move into tonight. that's welcome change from the upper 70s through last night. in new jersey noonel 2 degrees, 4:00 p.m. 83 and along the shore staying around those low 80s right on through your afternoon. the shore will be a freight escape today. we've been saying lower humidity in that forecast and that's going to hold tight. we will take a look at the extended forecast and those temperatures how comfortable they are coming up. jury selection continues this week in the market street building clapts trial, the trial will determine who should compensate the victims of the 2013 collapse in center city, philadelphia. the victims are suing the owner of the building that collapsed, the salvation army and the demolition contractor among others. six people died and 13 more were injured when a four-story brick wall collapsed on the salvation ar army's thift store. this week the pennsylvania
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supreme court will hear arguments in a case that challenges the state's public education funding system. six school districts, parents and community groups filed a lawsuit claiming that the department of education has failed to give school children the resources they need. two of the parents in the case have children who attend philadelphia public schools. 12 minutes past 9:00 right now on this sunday. today we mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. here is a live look at ground zero where hundreds if not thousands of people are joining millions across the country to pause, remember and honor the lives lost on september 11th. our coverage continues after the break. narrator: terrorism here at home. fourteen americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting... but after this tragedy - when pat toomey had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns - he voted against closing this loophole for terrorists - and with the gun lobby. katie: we have to do everything in our power
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so we're learning to be more like them, removing artificial flavors and colors from general mills cereal. quarter after 9:00 right now on this sunday. just about 83 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios. this is a live look from the pentagon. in just a few moments president obama is expected to speak during a ceremony to memorialize this 15th anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks. we head now to new york city, that's where nbc's jay gray is live this morning. he is near one world trade center. good morning, jay. >> reporter: good morning, rosemary, as the president prepares to speak there are family members and others gathered here at ground zero. you can see world trade one just over my shoulder, it's become again the hub of international
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business but also hallowed ground where thousands gather mere along with millions across the country pausing to honor and remembe remember. >> there was debris falling from the tower, it was pitch black outside because the smoke had blocked out the sunlight. >> reporter: 15 years. >> people started screaming and running and saying, run for your life. don't look, just run. and so we started to run and run and what was happening was the tower was collapsing. >> reporter: the memories and images have yet to fade, nor has the resolve. >> literally out of the ashes we have rebuilt stronger and taller. >> reporter: in new york, washington and shanksville there are reminders every day, but on this day the anniversary of the attacks, the nation pauses to remember. andrea firm a commitment to 2,996 lost. a promise made by firefighters
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who raised this american flag from the rubble that day. >> the symbolism of what they did in raising that flag is really what resonates with people. >> reporter: the iconic symbol has been lost for more than a decade, only recently recovered and returned to ground zero where it continues to inspire a nation that refuses to give into terror and refuses to forget. and that important flag a part of the beginning of the ceremony here today. now, they are suspending their campaigns out of respect for this day, but both hillary clinton and donald trump are on camp here, part of the crowd just paying their respects they say as a part of the memorial. that's the latest live here in new york. rosemary, back to you. >> jay, i remember being in new york covering the tenth anniversary, definitely a chilling and emotional experience. thanks for that report. >> thanks.
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now let's take a look at your neighborhood forecast starting with those temperatures out there this morning. we had a warm start following that four-day heat wave that we just experienced, we hit a high yesterday of 95. 82 is where we are in philadelphia currently. this is warm air lingering, cooler air is on the way, though. 76 the lehigh valley, 80 delaware and the shore sitting at 79 degrees. we are not going to see a lot more warming through your afternoon along shore points. in philadelphia these are your current neighborhood temperatures, center city 81 degrees, graduate hospital at 82 an dora 80, fox chase 81, bustleton already up to 83 degrees. some areas getting very warm this morning already. the thing is unlike the last few days the heating through the afternoon isn't going to be as aggressive. we are going to see a low level warm up. we get to those mid 8 09s into your afternoon instead of the mid 90s. there's the cold front we're
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talking about, it's just starting to creep into our area right now, it will be following these white arrows as we move through the rest of your morning. by lunchtime it will be out which means that the drier and cooler air behind it will be over us. do expect scattered clouds through your morning hours and more sunshine increasing as we move later into the day. as for your winds they will pick up a bit with this front so some breezy conditions. 10 to 20 miles per hour about what we're forecasting out there, 13 mile per hour in philadelphia. it's important to see the direction of those winds coming in from the northwest which will allow for it to push out the moisture we've been seeing which means that no longer that soup gee humid air. instead we should see more dry fall-like conditions. perfect timing for the eagles season opener versus cleveland. 82 should be your temperature for tailgating, if you are about to get out there, kickoff 1:00 p.m., 84, a mix of clouds and sunshine out there and by end of game into those mid 80s. still warm, but not nearly as
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hot or uncomfortable as it has been. your temperatures will stay on the nice side as we move along the next few days. look at monday in philadelphia, dropping to the upper 70s, the same for allentown and wildwood very comfortable mid to upper 70s your monday into tuesday as well. here is your neighborhood forecast, there's those mid 80s, center city 86, west chester low 80s, upper 70s to low 80s around the lehigh valley. cloud sun mixture with more sun as we move later in the day. ocean city 84 and wilmington forecasting a high at 86 degrees. 9:20 on this sunday. the sashes are ready, the count down is on, 52gí5= contestants atlantic are vying for that crown. when it comes to risking social security on the stock market...
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comments she made about trump supporters. take a listen. >> you can put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamaphobic, you name it. >> in a statement the democratic presidential nominee says she was grossly generalistic and regrets saying half, but clinton also says she will continue to call out racist rhetoric. donald trump is criticizing clinton's comments saying she made, quote, the worst mistake of the political season, end quote. trump's campaign is trying to win over more women voters in pennsylvania. in fact, yesterday the campaign introduced the pennsylvania women for trump statewide leadership team. the group is made up of more than 45 republican women who want to share and spread their message about why they're voting for donald trump. this weekend a montgomery county community is mourning the loss of a volunteer firefighter.
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eric feltyberger was a lieutenant with the pioneer fire department in jenkintown which as you can see is draped with black bunting. the 43-year-old died wednesday when he accidentally fell from the third floor balcony of a friend's apartment. >> the community knew eric because he was part of everything, fire prevention, you know, funerals, dedicated to helping the community itself. >> one of a kind guy that, you know, it's -- you know, we are going to have a hard time. >> feltyberger's funeral will be held on friday. dozens of people came together in philadelphia this weekend to push for civil rights equality and racial justice. nbc 10 was in center city yesterday for the queering racial justice institute. it was a training event for lgbtq activists and allies, attendees took part in a number of workshops on pop picks like a conversation on race, faith and lgbtq people. a new miss america will be
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crowned tonight at boardwalk hall in atlantic city. the 52 contestants had a lot of fun yesterday during the show us your shoes parade on the boardwa boardwalk. the women designed the shoes to celebrate the spirit of their home state. we wish good luck to our local contestants, samantha lambert representing representing new jersey and amanda debus is representing delaware. celebrating ten years of frankie's world, nbc 10 was in philadelphia yesterday where families celebrated the nonprofit day care's tenth anniversary with face painting, live music and plenty of games for the kids. frankie's world isn't your typical day care, it serves children with medical needs. >> it literally has been a godsend for us. it allowed me to be able to go to work and send her to a nontraditional day care which has traditional day care benefits. >> parents tell us the nonprofit day care provides their children
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with skilled nursing while giving them an opportunity to play with other kids. philadelphia-based health partners plan sponsored yesterdays festivities. a little bit warm yesterday, but looks like they are having a good time outside. today much better and for anybody heading to the eagles game, can't beat it. >> absolutely. this is a live look inside the link right now. oh, man, i know people are getting excited. i imagine people are getting ready for their tailgate. >> i'm sure. >> this is something i need to get in on sooner. here is a look at the forecast. 86 the temperature this afternoon, we are already into the low 80s so not going to see a ton of warming today. it will be a bit breezy. temperatures staying in those 80s through wednesday. how about thursday, friday, mid 70s. >> absolutely. for those fans out there, they get out really early. the trick to it is, krystal, you have to get a sign to cover the tailgate, the game. they will give you a hotdog or two. the game is at 1:00 but right now we have got a pregame
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the eagles shock the football world. >> here the eagles future has arrived ahead of schedule. >> our job is to try to build something great. >> and now the birds hand the keys to the season to the future of the franchise. >> the philadelphia eagles select carson wentz. >> how does it feel to be an eagle? >> it feels terrific. >> carson wentz and the man behind the trade, howie roseman, sit down or exclusive conversations with us. plus. >> i think carson wentz is going to shock a lot of people. >> we will go inside the locker room for iraqreaction and analy what makes wentz so speci

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