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clinton. the first was the dnc, the second right here in front of the philadelphia art museum. h said he wanted there to be no doubt about how enthusiastic he is for supporting hillary clinton for president. >> i understand, we're a young country, we're a restless country, we always like the new, shiny thing. i benefitted from that when i was a candidate, and we take for granted sometimes what is steady and true. and hillary clinton is steady, and she is true. >> reporter: now obama said a good chunk of this speech going after trump from his foundation to his comment to his comments about vladimir putin to his business experience. >> you keep on reading this analyst, that trump's got
support from, like, working folks? it's like really? this is the why you want to be championing working people? this guy who spent 70 years on this earth showing no concern for working people. >> and eight weeks to the day before election day, the president asks us mo president -- more on which areas you should avoid. >> most areas throughout center city right now. we're looking at a live shot of the canon city expres way. through center city, we're seeing a lot of volume because a lot of area where is the
president was earlier are involving some cleanup. so watch around akins oval and the ben franklin park way. the president is then set to take off from philadelphia airport at around 6:00 p.m. right now, he's just around the 18th and market street area over in center city, so somewhere between 22 and 18th street, that's blocked off. as he moves through the highway area, the highway will be closed and it will reopen as the motor indicate rolls through. we'll start to see that cleaning up after the 4:30 mark. republican nominee donald trump held his first rally of the day in the swing state of iowa. recent polls show a tight race
in the hawkeye state. and from iowa, turump is making his move to iowa. live in delaware county where trump supporters are gathering ahead of his speech tonight. >> reporter: about 200 people will attend tonight's private event. tonight we expect to see several working and middle class families as they are the target audience, as trump his it's his promise that moms and dads don't go broke taking care of their children. as we soon as we found out about donald trump's plan to make child care more affordable, he shared the idea with mothers. >> i don't think there's anything he could say at this point that could sway me.
>> could it change your mind about donald trump if he says something? >> never. >> reporter: hours before trump's speech at a private speech in ashton township. flexible spending to put tax free money aside for child care, more tax deductions to pay for child care, incentives for employees who add daycare programs and six weeks paid leigh for mothers. >> that would be wonderful, i just would like to know how he's planning to do that. >> reporter: she says donald trump's ideas on paper sound good, but she wants to hear more. >> i care a lot about child air wand what athey're putting bag
into those two systems. >> reporter: trump will explain how he will pay those costs coming up in another speech. this was last night where scuffles broke out at a trump rally in north carolina. did you see this? video from inside an eastern in nashville, show a man putting his hands right around the neck of a protester and evening throwing a punch. the man that was seen throwing the punch, he stayed at the rally. hillary clinton's lead over donald trump narrowed to just four points. she leads 48% to 44%. a few weeks ago, clinton had a double-digit lead with independents. >> how stupid are the people of the country? we're building a wall, he's a
mexican. >> ask clinton campaign released this new the ad today that responds to the trump tv. the clinton ad feature s sound bites of donald trump. meantime trump's running mate, he was evening capitol hill earlier today to meet with republican congressional leaders. at a news conference after that meeting, he said he had never heard of anyone speak of americans with such contempt. right now voters in delaware are heading to the polls for that state's first primary. including the republican race for governor, the democratic race for the u.s. house of representatives and the democratic race for wilmington mayor. we'll have a lye report from the polls, that's coming up at 4:30. it's for updates from the
campaign trail, and our one-on-one interviews with the candidates. a lehigh valley priest is facing child abuse charge. investigators say he admitted to using the pornographic images for his own gratification. >> you actually heart from the monsignor himself today? >> reporter: i called him after his arrest and his appearance in front of a local judge, he didn't want to talk too much about the case, but says he has not been living here at the rectory, he spent the last few months recovering from a severe case of food poisoning. over the phone, monsignor said he didn't want to say too much
about the case against him. according to court documents we obtained police said they found numerous files of boys engaging in sex acts. and those images were discovered after he gave his computer to a parish never. that parishioner reported to the archdiocese he found images that appeared to be child pornography. he is a long time leader of st. ann's ch up until late summer, he says he was hospitalized in early july. >> this court paper work says all this happened july 25th. >> his response to me, isn't that interesting before he ended the call and told us to contact his lawyer. i did not hear back from his attorney. i can tell you that the
archdiocese says that he is not able to present himself as a priest at this time. they don't have any other comment on this case because now it is part of the legal system. reporting live, nbc 10 news. authorities arrested a newcastle county police officer for allegedly sharing child porn on the internet. investigators from the delaware child porn task force found that. your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> to the weather now and another sunny and warm day out there, nbc 10 where you can see plenty of sun out there. more of the same in south philadelphia, in just a few
hours, the phillies will be a great baseball weather. we're in for a midweek warmup right in the middle of september. >> it will be a quick hot streak, chief meteorologist glen hurricane schwartz is here for the forecast. >> 84 yesterday, 86 today, up to 92 tomorrow and then it really drops down for thursday and friday, highs actually a little bit below average for this time of year. we're in the mid 80s right now, there's no clouds to speak of and we have got to go a long way to the west. we could use some rain, but wire certainly not going to be seeing it during the night tonight, it will be a fairly warm night as the humidity goes up a little bit. it was down this afternoon. and it will not be in the 50s like it was this morning in some of these suburban areas, parts
of new jersey were down in the 50s this morning. jersey shore, low 68, maybe some low clouds or fog to start the day off tomorrow. we'll talk more about when we're going to be getting some of that rain that could affect part of the weekend in just a few minutes. new details this evening about a deadly crash in hamilton county. police say a man was running from police before crashing into a car. police tried to stop the driver after they witnessed a dug deal. state police followed but call off the chase about a mile before the crash. >> you killed my baby. we just want justice. that's it, we just want justice. we want them to pay for what
they did. >> nbc 10 reporter will have more from the victim's family. that's coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00. the community college of phil is -- the college held a fast track enrollment event for former itt studentses. the school ask aiming to get the students into a field of study before school starts. if you missed today's enrollment event, you can visit the community college of phil's website. we have posted a link on the nbc 10 mobile app. three people including a pregnant women are in critical condition tonight after a shooting today in northern philadelphia. police were called to the scene around 12:30, and they found a pregnant woman with gunshot wounds to her stomach and head,
two men were also shot at the same time. this is still an active scene now, no one's been taken into custody for that shooting. jury selection continued today in the trial corrennected to th bridge gate scandal today. more than 200 prospective jurors filled out questionnaires last week and today lawyers questioned them to see if they could be impartial. governor christie is not charged in that case. from our lehigh valley bureau, police are investigating a woman who was killed by -- shortly after 1:00 this morning. the 46-year-old victim was rushed to the hospital where she later died. neighbors are troubled by the thought of a murder in their quiet community. >> it will be unsettling for the community, depending, again, on the circumstances, that's for
sure. >> authorities have not released the victim's name, so far police have not made any arrest in the case, but they reportedly say the crime does not appear to be random. philadelphia police released new surveillance video of a holdup at the wawa yesterday. the suspect walked up to the counter and hadn'ted the cashier a threatening note demanding he put money in a bag, the clerk did as he was told. happening now, ticket sales is the topic of discussion on capitol hill. the senate commerce subcommittee is holding a hear on the better online ticket sales args pp. the hear will be on new legislation to protect consumers purchasing tickets online. hackers have been producing larges amounts of tickets.
>> whether it's an individual lurking outside the preliminary ter of an arena, or a sophisticated commuter operator -- tickets to our sporting events should benefit our schools and our student athletes. >> the university of pennsylvania dead indicated a new norm today, prgs teixeira, opened the new college house. the house is the first penn residential building designed to bringing to undergraduate faculty, staff and graduate advise seniors to form a sort oe it community. a sign today that halloween season is almost upon us. it's transformation into a haunted house, a crane lifted two six-foot tall gargoyles to a perch. the statues will set the scene
for terror behind the walls, the annual attraction inside the prison. now the haunted house features actors, scary visitors inside the prison's real abandoned cell blocks. it opens on friday and runs through selected evening through november 5. the american re-loose installed. this display of historic canons outside. the cannons now line the museum's outdoor plaza. they're on loan from a museum. it may have started off a lib muggy with some patchy fog. 84 degrees, a lot of sunshine now, the sky not quite as blue as it was yesterday, but not too many complaintses i don't think about the weather today, at the
jersey shore, the association still very fair. 76 in ocean city, 6 in colgate, 76 many cape may's point. we don't have any significant cloud cover anywhere nearby, you have to go up toward the great lakes, and there's not much in the way of any kind of rain. we have a front coming, we have got some brief heat, but it's not going to be lasting, 92 in philadelphia tomorrow, then it's comfortable all the way through saturday, dover 89, then dropping into the 70s. allentown 90, dropping immediately into the 70s. and wildwood dropping into the 70s for multiple days. we have had a dry start for september, and it continues today. the only day we have had measurable rain was the first
day of the month. the only day we have got a good chance of rain in the forecast is sunday. so if you need some rain, that's your best chance. and we're watching that front come down from the northwest, see if there's any action with it and showers or storms, there's wednesday morning, there's certainly nothing wednesday morning, doesn't look like anything wednesday afternoon either. then as we go to wednesday night, the remnants of this front and showers could affect parts of area, but you can see this computer model in just minutes ago and it shows all things falling apart. tomorrow, it's hot, 92 in fair mount, swanksville 91, allentown 92. harbor city, 90 inland a little bit comer right on the beaches and it's going is to be a pretty
nice day considering it's going to be a hot. it's not going to be that humid. and a quick look at your weekend ahead, there doesn't seem to be too much doubt that the day that's most likely to see any kind of rain is sunday, it's not necessarily a total washout, but it certainly looks a lot wetter than saturday. fairly comfortable saturday, after a relatively cool start on friday. it's almost time for flyers hockey, as the team gets set to celebrate it's 50th season. the rest of us will have to wait until tomorrow morning to get our flyers ticket. the flyers regular season home opener is coming up on october 20. against the ducks. a leaky mess and plenty of plumbing problems. >> but the nbc response team stepped in to help clean up that
mess. how harry hairston helped make up for the man's shoddy's work. >> the galaxy note 7 prompted a ban by a new jersey university. >> i didn't even expect it. and i was like, that makes a lot of citizens. >> reporter: are where students and staffers are being told to keep the phones off campus. plus look at this video caught on a police dash cam, how several young student s managed to escape this burning school bus. a down day on wall street.
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through center city. we have the vine street expressway completely blocked off now. you can see police activity there up ahead. this is creating a huge backup all the way back up to the schuylkill expressway. we just looked at the vine street express way heading eastbound between broad state and # 5 95. and bringing that out here, we'll see massive delays on 95 right now until his flight le e leaves around 4:30 so or. a scarey ride home from school for some maryland students when their bus caught fire. take a look at all that smoke there. it happened yesterday afternoon in college park. fortunately the bus driver was able to get all 20 children off
the bus safely. investigators are not sure yet what started that fire. ryan lochte is back in the center of controversy after an incident at abc's "dancing with the stars." >> and we're also hear from the two-time medal winner as two people rushed the dance floor. two people were -- the incident wasn't shown on live the, but video release from abc show security removing the two man from stage. lochte today the interruption was hurtful. >> honestly it feels like someone reached inside and took out my heart and justed step on it. i turned to sheryl and show said just dance. >> it shows four women who were
escort frtd their seats. a local man tells nbc 10 he expected a quick fix when his toilet leaded repairs. >> we'll show you how harry hairston and the nbc 10 response team helped him get back $4,000 for the poor plumbing work. take a look around me and beneath me, walking along the stars on hollywood walk of fame here in los angeles, california. i'm here with eagles fan who's trying to win it all on america's got talent. i'll take you inside the theater where he's going to make the magic happen, coming up.
to be a simple installation turned into a big plumbing problem. what happened here, harry? well, as most people do, they get extremely upset if they don't get things working out in their way. this rocks borrow man says a toilet swap left his kitchen flooded with water. edward hired workers from lowe's to swap out a toilet in his rocks borough home. she called me and she says you better get home, water's all over the place. >> reporter: water start leaking through his kitchen ceiling. his wife used buckets to catch as much dripping water as she kultd. he contacted lowe's immediatel, but the company denied
causingsing the problem. >> i want them to pay for the plumbing, it was $300. kelly says lowe's refused to pay the bill, offering store credit instead. >> he said i will give you coupons. >> reporter: kelly tell us us that didn't sit well with him or his wife. >> she said i think you should get harry hairston. >> a week after we got involved, the company told us it was able to work directly with kelly to come up with a solution. >> they said we're going tory solve it, we're going to send you a $300 check. i was delighted. i mean this was great. >> with check in hand, kelly sent us in nbc 10 responds cam video. >> i got my $300 from lowe's, and i could not have done it without you guys. you guys were fantastic. >> some information you can use, we checked with the pa consumer bureau of protection how to protect yourself.
you should get who will be responsible for any damage in writing before any work is done. we got $111,27. >> helped a lot of folks out there. and if you have a consumer complaint for nbc 10 responds, file a complaint online or call one of the numbers on your screen right there. coming up tomorrow on nbc 10 responds, a woman says she cannot get rid of the soapy residue inside her washing machine, and after the company couldn't give her the help she wanted, she called nbc 10 responds and that result is tomorrow at nbc 10 news at 4:00. rights now voters are heading to the polls in delaware to decide key races in the state's primary. >> one of the offices up for grabs is wilmington's mayor.
>> reporter: several as in seven and by the way, voter turnout in delaware is very low. take a look here at bayer middle school. delaware is a very blue state and congressman john carney, he doesn't have a democratic opponent in the primary. that's your gauge about how many people come out to vote in the primaries. there's no exit polling in delaware today, so we'll have to wait for the numbers, but the wilmington mayoral primary is the most interesting. is mayor has seven running against him. we caught up with the head of the wilmington riverfront corporation, he raised a ton of money in this race and has reportedly convinced many lens to become democrats to vote for him. everyone seems to agree the main issue in this campaign is prime and public safety.
mayor williams promised to cut down on the violence, but overall crime is still an issue. and the ripple effect is making businesses decide they don't want to remain in the city. >> eugene young is with the delaware center for justice, he's considered a front runner. maria car brother cabrera. >> we'll have the results of the big races tonight on nbc 10 news at 11:00. as you watch the results as they come in, just tap the nbc 10 app. doctors say more exercise may actually be best for children who suffer sports related injuries. >> why they're using treadmill training to give their patients a better diagnosis.
quick live update for you now at phil international airport. president obama about to take off there on air force one. he campaigned here in philadelphia for president clinton this afternoon. # we heard his speech delivered to thousands of people. a despite clinton taking a break in the campaign trail as she recovers from pneumonia back in new york.
donald trump making a stop in ashton, but again, air force one about to take off from philadelphia international airport after campaigning for hillary clinton this afternoon. a new study shows treadmill testing as a safe and effective way to evaluate kids and teens for a sports related concussion. preside . and a different study on concussion says that behave you remember therapy is also help with recovery. patient does he have anymore tricks up his sleeve? eagles long staffer is preparing for tonight's finale of america's got talent. >> reporter: hi, when you think before hollywood, california,
isn't this what you think of? the hollywood walk of fame on hollywood boulevard. all the characterers, the scary characters and the stars. the eagles are trying to go really big before he goes home. that's next, don't miss it. and the wednesday warmup is in our forecast, so is the chance for some thunderstorms, tracki inin ining how long the going to return and when we're going to see that rain.
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joe bide on told me we got hope in nil i. >> while he was there, he talked up the new eagles quarterback. he still got a round for his hometown bears. >> the card you thought of is the 3 of clubs. thank you guys very much. the eagles magic man is back in prime time tonight. long snapper is getting ready to perform in the finals of "america's got talent." he got on the plane after sunday's big win against the browns, he traveled to los angeles for tonight's finale. and jacqueline london is live in l.a. for the big event. >> those magic tricks that have wowed the judges for weeks, it all comes down to tonight's performance, tell us about it. >> reporter: it's all about tonight, i'm right here on the
hollywood walk of fame, among all the stars on hollywood boulevard and those walking the boulevard who want to be stars, all the characters who you see here. tonight and right now, there are people lined up to get in there, inside the dolby theater inside los angeles, california. the ten finalists who are competing for the title of the most talented on america's got call tent. a line of fans anxious to see the live anyone fafinale of amet talent. also an eagles player. >> i love him. i totally love him. now he would make a great vegas act and he's incredible, yes. >> i'm ready to see dornbosch. >> what is it about him that captivates everyone?
>> i feel like he's so unique in so many different ways and then his story is just mesmerizing. >> what do you think it is about john that's so special? >> miss background, his story, his story is just amazing. he's very humble. i like that. >> and for jean bryants she loves the show so much she wanted to celebrate her 43rd wedding anniversary here. what made you want to come here to celebrate your 43rd wedding anniversary? >> never been to hollywood, never been to california, this is our first trip. i just love the show, i have watched the show since it first started. >> there you go. >> now about john, the eagles players, the magician? >> i love him, i think he's great, i think it's great that he ee's on here and kind of putg
back the football for a little bit. >> thank you very much. >> and the next time you see me, it will be from near that dolby theater on the red carpet, as john's getting ready to go inside to perform the biggest show of his life. this is hollywood where dreams come true and anything is possible. john is just hoping that his magic tricks tonight is enough to captivate the down try. in los angeles, los angeles hollywood boulevard. >> see you in a bit. and you can vote for dorenbos on our website. you can vote up to 10 times and yuck also catch the two night finale right here on nbc 10, it starts tonight at 8:00. the winner will be announced during tomorrow night's show.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> still can't figure out how that guy does that stuff, he's absolutely amazing. we have had another beautiful day out here. 85 in lehigh valley, but we do have some places in the city that are a lot warmer than than 85. like 89 in graduate hospital, 86 in center city, 85 in brewery town, 86 in parkside. fox chase, tarsdale, summer prays. not quite hot yet, but it's coming, one day. 92 ahead of a cold front, then it drops into the upper 70s for high temperatures. but we could use some rain, we have got a front coming through, it most likely is not going to have any rain for certainly not
any real significant widespread rain, the last we had was the first of the month and the next, decent chance of some widespread rain is on sunday. that's a big gap in between. and every once in a while, you need some rain around here, this is a desert. you see the beginningings of the next front, at least in the clouds, not much in the way of rain, and as we take a look at the future cast, hour by hour, as we go through tonight, and into tomorrow, in the montgomrn there's not anything in the whole state of pennsylvania, by tomorrow, we got a couple of showers in the state. and then as we go into tomorrow night, a few more in central pennsylvania, and then as we go later, wednesday night, we have lost the heat of the day, and we also don't have a whole lot of
moisture in the atmosphere. remember, the humidity is not going to be real high tomorrow, and that helps to trigger those showers. so we're 92 tomorrow, then drop into the 70s with sunshine, pa s suburbs, and then dropping at the jersey shore. 88 tomorrow with a land breeze for much of the day and then the sea breeze keeping things cooler. look how cool it gets as we go into saturday morning. and these are the forecasts, thursday and friday, low temperatures in the 50s is a real comfort. but there's the day, sunday with the showers and thunderstorms. going across the area, some lingering clouds monday, and then fairly warm but fairly dry next week. so it's one of the best selling new cell phones this summer. >> but safety concerns have led a local college to ban them. we'll explain where students and
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is university is pulling the plug on a popular phone after a massive recall. >> that has created concerns on campus. ted greenberg explains. >> the alert hit their inboxes. no samsung galaxy note 7s allowed at stockton university because of the risk their lithium ion batteries could explode or catch fire. in a campus wide e-mail sent monday, the dean of students
said due to safety concerns, stockton is immediately banning the phones subject to samsung's massive recall from all student facilities, and satellite locations. >> we want to make sure that our campus continues to be safe and secure. >> reporter: dozens of reports of exploding phones prompted samsung to recall 2.5 million of the devices. today the transit asked riders not to use the galaxy notes on any of its trains or it's stations. >> it's kind of crazy. >> universitiedy ed administraty anyone found having a galaxy 7 will be asked to power it down and remove it immediately. but officials say they won't be confiscating any phones.
>> i think it's a pretty good idea, it's better to be on the safe side, in case something does happen. >> a ban issued earlier this year on hover boards also due to fire risks remains in effect at stockton. but galaxy note 7s will be allowed back on campus once it's clear that safe replacements have diminished the danger. next on nbc 10 news at 5:00, competing campaign spots, president obama and donald trump come to the keystone states. plus a mother's grief. >> we just want justice. we want justice, we want them to pay for what they did. >> that woman's message for the man that place say took her daughter's life on area streets. her emotional plea. and the 90s are going to come back tomorrow, it's going to feel a lot more like summer, then a big cooldown before the weekend arrives, we'll show you
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and what's been discovered three decades after it was boarded up. they come to the keystone state with both parties very aware this battleground state could be the key to victory. president obama and donald trump are on duelling campaign stops in our area. the push for pennsylvania intensifieses and we have a flurry of political action inside our state tonight. >> first alert traffic reporter jessica boyd and tim fur long live in delaware where it's primary election day. let's begin with you, lauren. >> reporter: president obama has told the crowd here not to take this election for granted. he said it is a fundamental choice that voters have to make in this election eight