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erything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. the olympic sized distraction. can he pull off one more mind-blowing trick? he talks to me about what's on his sleeve for the america's got talent finale. right now at 11:00, push for pennsylvania. president barack obama will take the stage to campaign for
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democrat hillary clinton. there are already a lot of traffic issues ahead of the president's arrival. donald trump will visit delaware county. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. hillary clinton's lead slipping against donald trump. clinton still tops trump 48% to 44%. one notable area where trump has made up ground is among independents where they do not lean towards the democratic or republican party. good morning, monique. >> reporter: hi, vai.
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you can see they are still work ong the platform or staging area. just to the left of that, this is where the secret service is officially sweeping everyone who enters. they have just wrapped up an entire sweep that took about three our four hours of where the president will be speaking. the blue and white t-shirts are the hillary for america campaign. they are selling t-shirts as well as buttons. supporters began arriving just before 9:00 this morning. they are banking on dthis appearance. a lot of support here. it is just eight weeks until election day. we found people who travelled from near and far to support the democratic candidate.
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>> so the two give me a double impact and it's me close enough possibly close enough to get a good quota from the president. >> the fact that she has pneumonia and is campaigning is pretty darn good. >> reporter: donald trump is making a stop in delaware county this evening. the associated press is reporting he will call for guaranteeing new mothers six weeks of paid maternity leave. it would allow families to set aside money to take care of their children or elderly parents. we also learned trump's daughter, ivanka will appear
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with him. i'm monique braxton. >> thank you monique braxton. first alert traffic reporter, francesca is here. >> absolutely. we have traffic flowing in either direction. first it was closed because of an accident and reopened. it served as an alter nachlt we are seeing travel times are stacking up at 24 minutes from the vine. we are hoping it is a better afternoon. sheer another accident near
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gener jenkintown. to get around this i would recommend taking towards center city, vai. hillary clinton says she can't wait to hit the campaign train. questions persist over why it took so long for her campaign to reveal her diagnosis. video showed clinton nearly collapsing, leaning on secret service agents. clinton denied fainting. zb >> i felt dizzy and i did lose my balance but once i could sit down and cool off, once i had some water i immediately started feeling better. >> clinton's aids admit they did
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not give the public enough about her condition. they promise to release more of her medical records this week. she return to the campaign trail in the next couple of days. the former state department computer specialist has refused a subpoena to appear before a house panel. brian pagliano was set to speak today. the chair of that committee says there will be consequences for his refusal to appear and for what he called thumbing his nose in congress. democrats and republicans are choosing for major offices. it is on the ballot. our governor, lieutenant governor. delaware held the presidential primary in april. the polls close at 8:00 this
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evening. count on nbc 10 for results. today pennsylvania supreme court hearing arguments in a case that could change how cool funding is divided. dozens of charter students, where the justices are meeting to will be to the case. six school districts, parents and community groups file add lawsuit claiming the department of education has mailed to give students the resources they need. charter school leaders say the lack of proper funding is hurting all of the schools. >> that inequality hurts our schools. we are struggling to hold on like many other school districts. it's their job to fund schools. it's their onbligation. we need the court to step in.
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>> they said school funding was a political decision that should be ironed out by the stault lawmakers. the court could reverse the prior rulings and make the state kick in more funding thishdly, it could oord a trial on the new claims. one person dead and three others hurt in mercer county. it is near west park avenue at 10:00 last night. they are not telling us who died or how badly injured the other people are. a crash on the eastbound expressway snarled traffic during the morning rush today. the crash happened around 6:30 this morning. a person was wheeled to an ambulance. injuries were not life
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threatening. police rain vest gaiting the deadly shooting of a two-year-old boy there. the boy's father is being questioned. austin smith lived at home with his 26-year-old father and grandparents. police tell us the two-year-old was shot once in the chest yesterday morning around 11:00. he died at a hospital a short time after the shooting. the boy's father was the only other person until house with a toddler at the time of the shooting. >> whether it was self inflicted or not, that's the matter of the investigation. >> the boy's father was taken to be questioned. bubble wrap, that's what likely triggered a lockdown at valley forge military academy. they say an apartment across the street hearing what she thought were the sound of gunshots yesterday evening.
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they put military academy on lockdown. they did not find any victims or evidence or a shooting. they later determined the sound of mopping bubble wrap is more than likely what the student heard. another sunny day. plenty of sunshine is and blue skies. we give you a look from the eagles nest. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with our forecast. >> yeah. another day with sunshine. humidity going up a little bit but nothing like what we saw last week. yesterday we were 84 degrees for the high. today i'm going for 84, tomorrow 93 but it drops immediately. it's just a one-day hot spell.
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76 degrees in philadelphia and delaware. at the jersey shore we have an on shore wind. it is 76 at cape may point. it will get warmer inland because the east wind isn't all that strong. we aren't seeing much in the way of cloud cover. it is in northern michigan. as we go through the night tonight the temperatures won't drop az quickly as it did last night. the suburbs will be in the 60s tomorrow morning. same thing with lehi valley and even the jersey shoert. wem let you know when there's
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any kind of rain coming up in a few minutes. a ride to school turns into terror. a bus catches on fire, the quick actions by the driver that saved the day. there is that bus. plus changes coming to wells fargo. a huge payday for top executives. when it comes to risking social security on the stock market...
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cease fire seems to be holding this morning. the goal is to revive peace talks and pave the way for humanitarian aid to be delivered. this is the second attempt in war-torn syria. school bus fire in college park, maryland. the driver being credited with staying calm while getting all 20 kids off of this bus safely. it burst into flames last night. it appears the fire started at the left rear wheel before spreading throughout the bus. the exact cause is still under investigation. neighbors say the lower marion school district, we were at the meelting last night where taxpayers voiced their concerns. a judge recently ruled in favor of taxpayers.
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the judge ordered the school district to rework the spending plan. neighbors who learned that the district has built up a surplus over the years had a mixes response to the board's plan. take a listen. >> it's a disgrace. >> you lied to us for ten full years. shame on you. >> i believe the taxes will benefit not tonight students 2350ubut my future with educated leaders. >> they are appealing the lawsuit ruling. holding a special enrollment for displaced students from i.t.t. technical institute. the fast track runs today from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m.
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another beautiful looking day out there. a few little high thin clouds. philadelphia 76 degrees right now. we are a little warmer than we were at this time yesterday. mid-70s across much of the rest of the area. not too many clouds. the sky is a little bit hazier. temperatures generally in the 70s. ? 78 in middletown. heading south it is 78 in georgetown and 80 in milton. some of the beaches, bethany, only 74. again, that wind coming in off of the ocean making sure the temperature doesn't go up much.
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yesterday collulouds are near chicago. we are pretty comfortable this week except for one day, that is tomorrow. the temperature jumps up but then it just drops 15 degrees between wednesday and thursday. in wildwood it will drop 13 degrees. the end of the week quite comfortable or for some folks a little bit too cool. it has also been very dry. some folks do need some rain. the last measurable rain we have had was on the first day of the month. the next is not until sunday. those of you that need rain, you need it on sunday. now, here comes the futurecast. it is one of the computer models that we look at. the next half hour we'll look at another one.
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there is a front coming down. it will lead to the cooler weather and very often you get hot weather ahead of the front. it gets more humid then you get some thunderstorms, the front comes through aened it gets cooler. there are those showers and thunderstorms. there it is but it all falls apart. wednesday we look the heating of the day and the atmosphere isn't moist enough to keep the moisture and showers in. as we go through the day tomorrow up to 90 degrees. we are going to be seeing the temperatures again creeping back
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up by friday and saturday. the best chance of showers and storms is sunday. we may start to dry out again but no heat waves in sight. >> all right. thank you, glenn. it's the night we have all been waiting for. just ahead, a look at america's got talent. i asked him if he ever thought about getting a good ball for magi -- football for magic. don't for get to vote for our high school football game of the week. cb west taking on penn. call or text your vote or go
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pat toomey started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer, overseeing stock trades in new york, london and tokyo. next, toomey moved to hong kong to work with wealthy chinese investors. in the senate, it's no surprise toomey's been siding with wall street. voting to allow banks to continue making the risky investments that wrecked our economy. pat toomey. he's for wall street. not us senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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ison elementary is on lockdown after a reported bear sighting there. it means children are staying inside the school as a precaution. stay with nbc 10 and the app for updates. it will be a spectacular scene as more than 300 cyclists will participate in the honor ride, philadelphia. here is tell us more, project hero representative at the guard
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station. a military veteran participating in sunday's event. we appreciate you for coming in. it benefits the ride 2. >> that's correct. >> it actually has a number of different programs. those are one day rides that they use to promote the program. they also have the project hero programs at different military installations where we provide them with all that they need in order to become healthier, rehabilitate, it also has weeklong rides all around the country all yearlong. they have quite busy. >> if you're looking far
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competitive race, this is not that, right? >> cyclists can expect a lot of support. everything from specially designed bicycles to suit their physical needs to just moral support, all of the food they need, everything is provided free to them. >> you're a veteran of the pennsylvania army national guard. tell me why it's so important to be involved in events like this. >> we are not doing a race. we are doing a ride. the competition will be there but it's not the computation you would get on race day. it's important to cothis because i'm not able to run anymore. so not having that competitive edge, i kind of lost something. i was like well, i'm not missing a limb.
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you know, i don't have obvious injuries. she said that's not what the program is about. so we talked some more about the program. it sumed and fitted a need that i needed, that i didn't even know what i needed. they were auout helping each other. >> you guys build it as a lot of military want to do. it raises awareness. it's happening sunday, september 18th. riders of all ages and levels will meet starting at 7:30 a.m. for more information head to our web site, thank you so much. >> thanks for having us. all right. coming up next a push for
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pennsylvania, a look at two important visits and the impact on traffic. plus ballroom, blitz, locht. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices?
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when it comes to risking social sepat toomey wrote the book. .. "i'm...i've got a whole chapter in my book where i... specifically lay out how i think we should... reform social security." toomey's plan requires wall street and bankers to manage... the accounts. collecting fees out of your social security that could... total billions. fees they collect, even if the market crashes and... seniors lose everything. pat toomey's looking out for wall street, not pennsylvania. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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in a few hours president obama will take the stage and donald trump will also visit later today. we are live with monique. i'm guessing there's lots of security there right now. >> reporter: a lot of security and a whole lot of people. president obama arrives here just about 2:00. you can see the thousands that are being screened now by secret
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service. to the left of that area the volunteers are welcoming folks as they enter and then you have the vendors and entrepreneurs who are selling campaign gear. they began arriving more than two hours ago. they are banking on this appearance of president obama eight weeks before election day. moments ago we spoke with a west philadelphia man who first met the president through the make a wish foundation. he is back, feeling stronger and showing his support. >> i want to support hillary clinton and the democratic ticket. >> reporter: you brought a picture? >> yes. the president brought me into the white house.
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>> reporter: the associated press reporting the republican nominee will call for new moes six weeks of paid maternity leave. savings accounts will allow them to take care of their children as well as their elderly parents. we also learned from the associated press that trump's daughter is expected to introduce her father this evening. we'll be there and no doubt have it for you. back out here live for you you can see thousands still lined up to get inside. we haven't only seen adult men and women but we have also seen toddlers, school groups entering the area. it looks like everybody is taking an opportunity to hear the president but campaign for secretary clinton. nbc 10 news. >> thank you. donald trump's running mate will be in pennsylvania
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tomorrow. mike pence appeared on capitol hill to drum up support for trump. pence is try to go rally members to back trump and candidates in house and senate races to help keep a republican majority in the november elections. violence broke out at a donald trump rally in north carolina last night. while the g.o.p. nominee was speaking a fight erupted in the stands. security guards who are taking protesters out of the arena when a man confronted the group. you can see he grabbed a man around the neck. security let the man stay at the rally. trump seemed unaware of the incident. a police officer faces child porn charges. the 45-year-old charged with 25
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counts of dealing in child pornography. she an officer with new castle county division of police. investigators say they were tipped off by a public internet chat room. they say it found pornographic images of children on the officer's cell phone. catholic prooiest is facing charges as well. he is now retired and living at the holy family villa for priests in bethlehem. he is charged with producing child porn. it is really a beautiful day across our region. plenty of sunshine at city hall. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here. >> yeah.
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late last week we were talking about temperatures near 90. nothing close to that now. it is 79 degrees. we have 79 in dover and 76 in philadelphia. remember how we added the humidity in and you get a feels like temperature? the feels like temperature is the same as the actual air temperature. in philadelphia 1 degree higher in dover and atlantic city. the humidity is still not a factor. the temperature going up through the 70s. we'll see if any place is 80 degrees yet. it's not really. it is 76 in phoenixville. you're getting closer to the 80 degree mark. sai 77 in new hope. no significant cloud cover around. we have to go back to the
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western great lakes. there's no threat of any kind of rain today or tonight. as the humidity goes up the temperatures do not cool down as much. so you see, by 6:00 a.m. instead of some of the temperatures in the 50s like we saw this morning they will be in the 60s. more about the big changes in the weather from heat to below normal temperatures in just a few minutes. >> all right. we'll see you then, glenn. >> wells fargo fined millions for allegedly opening fake accounts customers didn't want. they are cutting sales goals for bankers. some employees say they were rezedded to sell account ad ones. there's new outrage he is owner with a $125 million payout.
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last year pennsylvania's republican party requested the e-mails for the six months she was governor of chief of staff. they released a fraction of 15,000 e-mails. they said many messages were irrelevant. they argued that the governor's office with held e-mails to protect the can d-- candidate. jury selection begins. two former allies planned to testify in their own defense at their criminal trial. that's the word from attorneys. it was shut down as an act of political revenge as a major who did not support the republican governor. a massive fire at a lumberyard. fire companies from three
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different counties battled flames and smoke that broke out just across from the river. this happened around 9:30 last night. the lumberyard owner said nearly all of the buildings and dry wood was destroyed. no reports of anyone hurt. south jersey banning the note 7. they sent an e-mail warning students of the ban. a number of phones caught fire or exploded. two phone carriers say they are breaking records. all of them carried free
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iphone7. they say preorders are nearly four times greater than the iphone 6. they are three times greater than the iphone 6s. they are hold a hearing to protect people buying tickets online. call the better online ticket sales act. officials say ticket scalpers have been using it to poach tickets which drives up prices for consumers. a controversial new state law. mens basketball tournament games, the law requires transgender people to use public restrooms in line with their birth gender. they say it questions the ncaa lodger in making such a decision. olympic swimmer says she
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going to move forward. take a look. >> excuse me. excuse me. >> two men arrested as lochte finished his dancing routine last night. one of the men was able to yell liar before the host went to commercial. four women also screamed the word liar to the wor. ♪ last night he was joined by eric reid.
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and next monday night the eagles will go prime time. kick offset for 8:30. and the magic man in prime time tonight as well. eagles long snapper is getting ready perform in the finals on america's got talent. just ahead, i talk about what viewers can expect to see tonight. you i give him some of my own advice as well, glenn. >> i'm tracking rising temperatures and falling temperatures, when you can expect the warm up and the cool down just ahead.
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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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to keep guns away from terrorists who threaten our way of life. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because we can't risk our families' safety on a loophole. children spend 20 to 25 hours alone a week after school. tomorrow after school activities partnershi partnerships, there are thousands of activities, everything from arts and crafts to zumba. here to join us is amy and justin. your organization was recently
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recognized champion in action for all of the great work that you do. tell us about some of the programs asap offers. >> yes, asap drama, debate and skrab scrabble. it includes the director which we are here to talk about. >> amy, tell us more about the directory that's coming out, why it's such an important resource. >> we'll be having them in the daily news. we'll be giving them out to commuters and police stations and schools and libraries. basically it's broken down by zip code. any where you live in the city you and your kids can find all sorts of activities to keep them
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busy in the dangerous hours after school. >> and we were talking about what we did. you and i were both on school newspapers. those are the things that sort of helped drive us to what it would be. it is important for kids to find what their passion may be in life, right? >> it is important for kids to find like-minded peers. they want to find out who will be their buddies. they can find it through after school programs. it is great to know their kids can be safe and active. >> i like the idea of children having appropriate relationships with adults in the program. >> we were talking about the internet. so many kids, they go home, the computer is there. you know they are in a safe place, building real
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face-to-face relationships with their peers as opposed to exploring places they shouldn't be home alone. as justin said, whether it's drama or supports or word games, so many different activities out there. so many caring adults to help kids find their passions. it's great. >> for more information about philly asap head to our web site at justin, same my, thaamy, thanks coming in. good luck. >> thank you. we have sunshine reported across the entire area. a little bit of a southeast wind and temperatures, well, they are coming up but not quite to 80 degrees. we have 83 reported.
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lum lum bridgeton at 79. it is 77 in hopewell township. everybody will heat up at least just briefly as we go into the next 24 hours, going up to 93 tomorrow and then a big temperature drop as we go through the latter portion of the week. the dry weather that we have had this month of september, well, that is going to continue too. the only measurable rain we have had was on the 1st. the next is on the 18th, that is sunday. we showed you one computer model a little while ago showing whether showers were going to hold together as they came
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through wednesday night. this is a different model. and you can see as we go into wednesday morning there is showers coming into pennsylvania. it's looking pretty impressive. there it goes. that's two out of two. these pretty much? . as the highing of the day days down. those showers dispate. this is tropical storm ian. it is way out to sea. it will stay way out to sea. it has a bigger threat to england than it does to this portion of the world. the next five days between the city and shore will be 93 degrees. it is 88 at the shore and then temperatures generally in the 70s. we are talking about generally dry weather for the rest of the
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week. that front tends to hold together. the atmosphere doesn't seem to be moist enough to be able to do that. thursday and friday are nice and comfortable. saturday the humidity increases a little bit. sunday is our best chance of any kientd kind of showers and storms. we start to cool down a little bit and get comfortable early next week. tonight on nbc 10, a philadelphia eagle goes for another kind of championship. john will show you have az magician skills as one of the finalists on america's got talent. joining us now is john now. welcome. >> what's going on? >> on sunday you were on the field and now you're back in magic mode.
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how hard is it to switch between your day job and your night job? >> it is something i have done my whole life. the fact that the team is on board, you don't even think about that. you have two great opportunities. i will take beth both of them. >> any chance i could get a little preview of what's in store? >> yeah. you know what? it's probably not what people are expecting. it gives america mare interpretation of what america thinks of you. >> do you ever see yourself leaving football behind and becoming a full time magician. if you do, when is the timetable nar? >> i have never had to perform. when the time toms i have to
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pick, so be it. zbli think you're being under paid by the eagles. urt, you can make ten times for money doing magic. i think you should say i can go make $10 million right now in vegas. >> i would gladly take both paychecks from both sides and you can be the negotiator for me. >> we are so thrilled with what you're doing. you'll have a huge number. we're cheering for you, my man. >> i love philly and thank you, everybody. let's bring it home. >> there he is. that's tonight at 8:00. john hopes to prove he has got the talent. nbc 10 will be live as john competes in the finale.
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we'll be right back.
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coming up michelle obama pays a visit along with kurry.
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how nbc 10 stepped in to recover money from the repairman's shotty work. that's this afternoon at 4:00. now to an update on our top stories, president obama and donald trump will be in our area today as the push for pennsylvania continues in decision 2016. trump is making a stop in de delaware county. he is expected to make a plan to help family frs child care expenses. it is for an event in front of art museum. we'll have coverage on air and online. keep the app handy for any break news. now to glenn "hurricane" schwartz with a look at the final weather. yeah, another day of relative comfort here but still not too humid. not too humid and we get comfortable again thursday and friday. saturday is our best chance for
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rain. >> thanks, glenn. thanks for watching. have a great day from all of us here on nbc 10. y242by y5yy
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>> eve: [gasps] oh, step aside, vera wang. there is a new girl on the block. oh, gosh! >> theresa: yeah? do you really like it? >> eve: of course. would you stop with the false modesty? you are absolutely stunning. brady's gonna have to catch his breath when he catches sight of you, gorgeous. >> theresa: thank you, eve. thank you so much. i could not have pulled this off without you. >> eve: well, what are big sisters for? >> theresa: [laughs] you know what? i-- ugh, well, you know what you can do? you can pinch me. >> eve: ah. >> theresa: because i can't believe that this day has finally come. >> eve: oh. [soft music] ♪ >> brady: i don't know what to say. >> maggie: uh, well, of course, if you have any suggestions.


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