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"america's got talent" premier. >> my opponent slandered you as deplorable, irredeemable. i call you hard-working patriots who love your country. >> reporter: donald trump unveiled his plan for working families and takes aim at hillary clinton. >> donald trump. don't boo. vote. >> reporter: hours after president obama stumped for her in philadelphia. >> she'll listen to people, and she will keep her cool, and she treats everybody with respect. tonight battalioleground pennsylvania. a key stop on the road to the white house. good evening. i'm jim rosenfield. in the push for pennsylvania, it isn't the only big election news happening tonight. it is primary day in delaware,
and wilmington's mayor has defeated defeat. live team coverage on decision 2016. nbc 10's tim furlong and what this means for the people of wilmington. we begin with nbc 10's brandon hudson live in ashton where trump laid out his child care plan today. brandon. >> jim, at one point this building behind me, you heard one parent yell wow in response to donald trump's child care policy. the republican presidential nominee says he doesn't want moms and dads going broke caring for their kids, and parents we spoke to tonight say they're on board. it was the exclamation point with his message on child care. republican presidential nominee donald trump held up a child from the audience to a crowd of 300. moments later we tracked down the baby's mom, shannon murphy, a working single mother who just enrolled her son in daycare today. >> i just made an $840 payment, which is half of my monthly salary. >> reporter: murphy says trump's
plan for affordable child care can't come soon enough. >> it would be really nice to be able to afford daycare. >> many americans are just one crisis away from disaster. a sick kid, a lost job, a damaged home. >> reporter: with his daughter ivanka by his side, trump talked about his plan, which would provide tax relief for working parents and incentives for businesses to provide daycare options. >> this will assist me with my children, raising them, what program they can go into. >> reporter: cathy barnett was one of several parents who brought her children to trump's private event tonight. she shared this night with her son. >> that's what we're fighting for. >> reporter: hours earlier in philadelphia president barack obama stumped for hillary clinton. obama didn't discuss clinton's child care plan, but stressed the democratic nominee will work for families. >> she'll listen to people, and she will keep her cool, and she treats everybody with respect. >> reporter: now, trump's plan is expected to also help out adoptive foster and stay at home
parents. however, trump did not reveal how they will pay for this plan. that may come at another speech later on this week. on another note, we also found out that the new york attorney general will open an inquiry or has already opened an inquiry on the trump foundation. we'll keep an eye on that latest development. live in aston township, i'm brandon huntsman, nbc 10 news. we want to show you how donald trump's child care plan compares to hillary clinton's. according to an analysis by nbc news, trump would guarantee six weeks of paid maternity leave in the form of unemployment insurance. fathers would not receive leave. clinton's plan guarantees 12 weeks of paid family leave for mothers and fathers with at least two-thirds of their salary. as for child care, trump's plan would allow parents to deduct the cost from their taxes. trump also proposes a dependent care savings account. clinton wants tom cap child care costs at 10% of a family's income. speaking of clinton, she is set to make her return to the campaign trail thursday.
the democratic presidential nominee has scheduled events in north carolina and washington d.c. it comes just days after she was diagnosed with pneumonia. that diagnosis made public after this video showed her nearly collapsing on sunday. her running mate tim cain is among those targeted on the hack. hackers released more documents that appear to show the democratic vice presidential nominee's personal cell phone number. kaine's spokesperson has not commented on the hack. the data dump includes the personal information of top white house officials. earlier today we learned of a hack attack that victimized u.s. olympic athletes. the world anti-doping agency confirmed that its database was hacked and that athletes' medical records were stolen. venus and serena williams, gymnast simone bielles and elen delle donne were among those whose info was compromised. turning now to the delaware
primary tonight. there is a shake-up in the race for mayor of wilmington. the current mayor, dennis williams, will not be holding on to his job. the associated press is calling the race for mike purzycki. as you can see, it was a close race. nbc 10 delaware bureau reporter tim furlong is live at the chase center in wilmington where he is celebrating his win tonight. tim. >> reporter: yeah, jim, you're right, it sounds crazy to say it was an eight-way democratic mayoral primary in wilmington, but that's exactly what we had. the head of the wilmington riverfront corporation, he won the no, ma'mination tonight. his celebration is still underway here. he edged out former councilmember and the delaware center for justice's eugene young. it was close. hundreds of votes. he said he will try to shed the murder count monitor and make it safer, keep businesses here. we get his take tonight on not getting re-elected.
>> we have to bring everybody together. well, that doesn't do it. getting people jobs and working so that we're all living the same kind of existence is how we get people living together, and that's what i want to do. >> i'm going to retire. if the next mayor wants any advice for me, i'm going to roll my sleeves up and help them out because i love this city. >> reporter: lots of interesting races. controversial new county executive has lost his it seat to matt meyer. it got nasty recently. he had a public spat with a former employee. . involved secret recordings. tom gordon is not going to be keeping his job. again, mike comes back and wins the nomination. the democratic nomination for mayor. he is going to face businessman republican robert martin in a general election in november. yeah, it's a big change here in wilmington. they'll be talking about this one in the next few days. what this is all going to mean moving forward. live in wilmington, tim furlong, nbc 10.
now to the race for the u.s. house. former delaware lisa rochester defeated two people with 100% of the results. she got 44% of the vote. rochester will face republican hans rival in the general election. this is video of her victory speech tonight. if she wins in november, she would become the first african-american and the first woman to represent delaware in in congress. in the republican primary for governor state senator colin bonini beat lacey laffertiy in a landslide. he will face john carney in november. carney is serving as the representative in the house. he previously served as lieutenant governor. you can tap the nbc 10 app to see full results from the delaware primaries, including the lieutenant governor's race and the contest for new castle county executive. developing now. an hour's long standoff with police in franconia township. the swat team was called to
bartlett court. police say a man was alone in his home with guns and refused to come out. that man has now been taken into custody and no one was injured. a follow-up to a deadly crash in mercer county that we first brought you last night at 11:00. investigators say a man was trying to get away from police when he crashed his suv into a car in hamilton township. the crash killed 22-year-old. police say they tried to stop trevor in trenton after they witnessed an alleged drug deal. he took off. police followed, but they called off the pursuit 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. >> reporter: tonight heather is facing numerous charges, including death by auto. overseas former israeli prime minister simon peres is being treated for a stroke. the head of the hospital caring for the 93-year-old says the
stroke caused a lot of bleeding. he is now on a respirator, and doctors did a ct scan but haven't released the results. he has held nearly every senior office in israel over his seven-decade career, and he won a nobel peace prize in 1994. the united nations will convene tomorrow, and philadelphia's mayor jim kenny is a featured speaker. kenny is scheduled to address the dignitaries in new york about the city's support for the u.n.'s sustainable development goals. kenny's remarks will come on day one of the u.n.'s three-day impact 2030 conference. >> may this world be magic. i love you. this has been one of the greatest opportunities of my life. that's eagles longsnapper jon dorenbos mesmerizing the country in the "america's got talent" finale. jacquelin is with us tonight. >> reporter: jim, i am here on the red carpet where all of the
contestants -- i just feel like he is not going to say anything to me and all the judges are walking by. coming up here on nbc 10 athe 11:00 you'll hear from jon dorenbos and what he thought about his performance tonight. >> that's a look we won't forget. next, also a bear scare we won't forget in our area. the search for the animal. le charge that a police officer and left a school on lockdown. also, a sight for sore eyes. a new technology that could make reading glasses a thing of the past. and we're talking about the 90 degree temperatures returning tomorrow followed by a he big cooldown. i'll show you the big temperature swing this week. that's coming up next.
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is on the right side... state leaders should follow toomey lead. no wonder leading pennsylvania police organizations endorse pat toomey as best to protect our families. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. a bear sighting set at an elementary school in aan area into lockdown. it was very close to a spot where a black bear was seen this morning.
police say the animal charged at a motorcycle officer who was patrolling the school. the school is right next to the woods, though, and there was another bear sighting less than five miles away on saturday. >> i am jon dorenbos. peace out, ladies and gentlemen. >> with that philadelphia's magic eagle left his fate in your hands. the longsnapper wowing the country one last time in the america's got talent finale. nbc 10's jacquelin london live on the red carpet outside the dolby theater in hollywood right now. jacquelin, an amazing night, and now up to america to vote the winner, right? >> reporter: it really is. it's so important for everyone to vote, jim. jon dorenbos was on stage here tonight at the dolby theater, and you could hear a pin drop from the crowd until they all started to pull out their kleenexs, and you started to hear the sniffles because everyone was so moved by what he
did. much more than magic. just moments ago i told him, jon, we're so used to seeing you over the top in your performances, but it was just as powerful even though he was more subdued tonight. take a listen to what jon had to say about that and some of the judges. >> that was real for me. like, that was so cool. that's my entire life of magic, but into just four minutes or whatever that came out to be. hopefully america liked it. philly, i honey you guys like it, and i've never been more proud to represent philly and to represent the eagles and it's been so cool. thank -- i thank every one of you guys for watching, fortuning in, and not only that, but for supporting me for 1 1 years in this awesome city that you guys have taken me in in. it was awesome. i love you guys. go, philly. i hope you like it. >> yes, he is a football player, and he is fantastic, and, yes, committee do magic. today i fell like he went above and beyond that. >> the emotional, tell a story, and it seemed to have much more gravitas and purpose than just
an mazie inine ining -- amazing. >> reporter: being inside that theater, if you watched the finale of "america's got talent" it ran the gambit of everything. there were over the top performances. you saw volcano and fireworks and smoke. jon really turned it down, and that was almost more powerful than some of the other acts we saw. the voting is crucial. you can vote ten times, and we have made it very easy for you. jon wants philly to come out, and i know you will. reporting live from the red carpet on the finale of "america's got talent." jacquelin london, nbc 10 news. >> jackie, such a personal inspirational message wrapped into a card trick. it was really amazing to watch.
>> he says he feels very proud of the performance he is in, and even if it wasn't enough to get a win, i can't imagine it wasn't enough that he still feels so proud of what he accomplished here tonight. >> so great. thanks, philadelphia. we'll see you tomorrow. >> remember, you can vote up to ten times. the winner will be announced during tomorrow's finale of america's got talent. that starts at 8:00 p.m. you can watch it right here on nbc 10. now, let's go to sheena now. no magic tricks in terms of the weather, but it is going to be a hot one. you're turning it up tomorrow, right? >> it is. it's going to seem like magic when we go from 90s tomorrow to 70s on thursday. >> we're going to get back into the 90s, and it's going to be more humid also. now, we're mostly going to be staying dry through the day tomorrow. temperatures reaching the low
90s. 92 degrees, chestnut hill near 90. a 89 degrees. allentown, right around 90 degrees tomorrow. if you are in robinsville, new jersey, 90 for your high. avalon, 58. wilmington, coming in around 90 degrees. even rajovas beach could be 90 tomorrow. definitely above normal for this time of year. the average high is actually 79 degrees. the cooler air, that's going to be here on thursday. it's all because of a cold front moving through. we're on the warm side of that right now. look what's going to happen to the temperatures. today we got to 85 degrees. tomorrow, there you see the 90s. then look at the dropdown to 78 on thursday. that is a huge temperature drop. there you see the blue dotted line. the average high is 79 degrees. by friday ending out the week, we're still going to be right around the upper 70s. it's going to be very pleasant and comfortable going into the weekend. part of your weekend, though, we do have showers and thunderstorms. that's mostly going to be the second half of your weekend.
not a wash-out, but just one of the dates to note if you have the weekend plans. locally, we're nice and dry. there you see the cold front just up to our north and west. not much rain associated with this, but as it gets closer tomorrow, it could try to spark some very late night, maybe early thursday morning showers. really don't think it's going to be much, though. we'll be staying just about mostly dry. tomorrow, though, there you see it. the hot air moves in. 90 degree temperatures. cold front swings through going into thursday, and that cooler air moves down, and it's really going to hang around for most of the week because we'll only be in about the low 80s wrrn here's your weekend forecast going into friday. now we're looking at temperatures. still the upper 70s. dry, mostly sunny. feeling like fall. we're going to go from summer to fall in only two days. then we go into saturday. about the low 80s. staying nice and dry. saturday very comfortable. then by sunday we'll still be around 80 degrees. scattered showers and thunderstorms for the second half of your weekend. you'll want to keep that in mind. we'll take a look at the ten-day forecast coming up. >> thanks.
trial for the man for shooting at george zimmerman is a road rage incident is underway in florida. >> i heard a bang and then my ears started ringing. >> zimmerman taking the stand
there today testified that matthew apperson shot a single bullet into his truck as the two drove along side one another last year. apperson is charged with alleged second degree murder. his attorneys are arguing self-defense. the trial will resume tomorrow. it's expected to last most of the week.
zbliefrmt it's a tiny implant called the rain drop made mostly with water that reshapes the cornea and helps it to focus better. the entire procedure takes under five minutes. studies have shown a slight risk of seeing a glare or halo. the procedure costs about $3,000. it is not covered by insurance. let's see if we can see john clark. there he is. >> how about this campaign. is president obama jumping on the wagon. philly, had the lead on the pirates in the ninth. hang on. that is next.
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idonald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our
country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president.
some of you may have seen joe biden at the eagles game. he told me, barack, you got to get on the wentz wagon. we got hope in philly. >> even the president and vice president are jumping on board the wentz wagon jump-starting that campaign. carson wentz is one of the biggest stories in the nfl this week, and as the nfl top-selling jersey since his debut. his debut couldn't have gone any better, and brandon graham on comcast on raw this morning compared carson and sam bradford. >> i think carson has respect
for him. he is not scared just because he is a rookie. >> we are in wentz spt ilvania. the first major league start for one of the philly's prize prospects, catcher jorge. no hits tonight. look at this. very impressive behind the plate. nice catch right there. sixth inning. ryan howard beats out a fielder's choice at first base. pirates manager clint hurdle not pleased with the call. flips out on the ump. phillies up 3-2 in the ninth. gomez trying to get over the hurdle. get the save. get the win. sean rodriguez. the phillies lose to the pirates 5-3. phillies batters have struck out 130 times in 12 september games. that's the most in baseball this month. bragging rights. saturday in happy valley. temple is going to try to win two straight against penn state. look who is firing up seegts today. pat, temple got their first win over penn state in 74 years. can they win two straight
against the nittany lions? >> this year it's a new team. new everything. a lot of positions. do i think we're confident? i think we're a confident team. our kids understand we can't control our good our opponents are. >> don't forget to vote for high school football game of the week. here are your choices. call and text your vote or vote at nbc 10.com. this is the video of the day. how about this 8-year-old kid rugby player just running over kids. demolishing the kids. he apparently played in an australian rugby league stiff-arming kids everywhere. beast mode. notice the other team wearing protective head gear? looks like the eagles have found their future fullback. i'm john clark. we are right back. narrator: terrorism here at home.
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there you see it. 92 degrees tomorrow for a high temperature, and look at thursday. that is not a mistake. we actually are going to be dropping into the upper 70s thursday and friday. we're going to go from it feeling like summer to feeling like fall in only a matter of a couple of days. showers and storms sunday. >> big warm-up coming tomorrow. remember to stay hydrated. have a great night. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- shailene woodley, carol burnett, musical guest, jason aldean,