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hit ferrier-quinones's car on broad street. south jersey reporter sidney long looked into the and has new information tonight. >> reporter: 22-year-old chandler heavyside was under the influence and speeding. >> we need a prosecutor to really go after this guy as if it was his own daughter. we don't want him out. she's not alive, she's not breathing, she's not walking around, he needs to be in jail. >> reporter: tonight we uncovered much more about the moments before and during the pursuit prior to that final mile that heavyside kept going between the white horse circle and deja took her last breath. police won't say where they witnessed the initial drug sale on monday night, we know it was long parkside after. from here we retrace the route in which investigators began
their pursuit of heavyside that night. police won't tell us how fast they were going, troopers in unmarked units with lights flashing and sirens blairing gave chase according to our calculation for 12.# miles, at the white house horse circle is where they stopped pursuing heavyside. >> police units terminated their per suit in this area. we have asked authorities for that audio. >> he was fleeing from the cops to begin with, and then after he crashed and hit her, he also jumped out of the vehicle and tried to three from the cops then as well. >> reporter: heavyside's bail was set at $650,000 full cash. >> deja's family has hired counsel and say they plan to file wrongful death lawsuits to
help get that pay back. >> big sendoff today for a wounded atlantic city police officer who doctors stay has already made an incredible recovery. he was shot in the head less than two weeks ago. >> atlantic city police officer josh vadell gave the thumbs up, waved and even saluted as he was wheeled out of atlantic city medical center this afternoon. 6 he was shot on september 3 when he and his partner interrupted a robbery outside the caesar's parking garage. dozens of his fellow officers and firefighters saluted him as left the medical center. vadell was taken to a rehab center in philadelphia where
he's expected to be for months but doctors say they're optimistic he'll make a full recovery. martell chisholm and demetris cross are being held in the shooting. today clinton returned to the campaign trail after taking time off to recover from knew moan j. clinton said with 54 days until election day, this is the final stretch. >> reporter: this was another policy speech for trurp, he laid out plans to cut the number of tax brackets and raise growth in this try. hillary clinton was making her first appearance in four days, she told voters she's not great at taking it easy and she urged them to hold both her and donald
trump accountable for their ideas. in green greensboro north carolina, hillary clinton hit the campaign trail. it was her first stop after taking time off for pneumonia. >> i tried to power through it. but even i had to admit that maybe a few days of rest would do me good. >> clinton's last public appearance was sunday, the day the former secretary of state says she overheated and dizzy at the 9/11 memorial. that and a pneumonia diagnosis urged her and trump to release more health information. today he releasedes ased summara recent physical. >> it's time to establish a national goal of reaching 4% economic growth. >> it's an ambitious number,
double recent growth and the same number jeb quoted during his run for president. trump said his plan would average 3.5%. >> this is the most pro growth, pros, pro family plan put forth perhaps in the history of our country. >> reporter: both candidates on the trail today, less than two weeks before they meet in person for their first debate. more now on what we're learning about hillary clinton's visit to philadelphia next week, she's scheduled to make that campaign stop on monday, targeting millennial voters. mooning the jewish issues she' talking about is how to make college more affordable. >> donald trump hopes to appeal to a younger audience, he'll be a guest on the tonight show with jimmy fallon right after nbc 10 news at 11:00. sky force 10 was overhead as a philadelphia police officer was loaded into an ambulance attingford, he and another officer were hurt in a crash.
their cruiser collided with an suv. two people in the suv were hurt as well, but they're expected to be okay, as are the officers. to our weather and a great afternoon for children just to play in the park. nbc 10 in huntington park. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen has a look at weather in your labtd. >> yes, jim, it is a lot cooler, about 15 degrees cooler across the area than it was yesterday. so take a look at these temperatures. dover already into the upper 60s, right now 69 degrees, 76 in wilmington, philadelphia 77, allentown and coatesville in the mid 70s now. look at vineland, already dropping to 70 degrees. and we're going to see temperatures drop very quickly once the sun sets. look at our temperatures change about 15 to now 20 degrees cooler than we were yesterday at this time. so that just shows you we have the cold front move through overnight and now that cooler air mass is with us.
take a look at what the temperatures will be doing as we go through tongtd. upper 50s for the allentown area, by the time you walk outside tomorrow, i think there will be some areas in the lehigh valley that are in the upper 40s, philadelphia upper 50s, atlantic city upper 50s. new jersey governor chris christie wants the state's high court to change the rules for teacher tenure in the district. kris kwli wants to split the money among all of the state's districts based on population. the president of the state's education association says the move is a political boy. philadelphia's mental health court recognized more than three dozen people in a ceremony in center city today. under a re-entry program.
they begin a special'sed treatment program district probation supervision. the aim to help them better manage their mental health issues while they return to society and maintain a life free of crime. new at 6:00, a sixth person now arrested in the shoot-out on the atlantic city expressway. a man is now facing weapons charges related to that rolling shoot-out that happened in the middle of the day back on august 29. one man was killed in the incident that turned a wawa near the express way into a crime scene. scary moments in for a bank teller in south new jersey when a robber pointed a gun right at her head. police are tracking this man, he's wanted for three bank robberies, in fact two of them happened yesterday at the td bank at the black horse pike. he points that gun right at the teller, and once he gets the money, he drives off in a
two-door mitsubishi. a race in the lehigh valley could keep runners from running in the boston marathon. many of them hoping to qualify for. but a rogue freight train delayed the riace for many of them. the train took 10 minutes to get through the route. >> to have something outside of your control impact that performance is really tough. a lot of times it's the weather, it's never a train. and this time it happened to be a train. >> applications for the boston marathon bang this week. runners should know soon whether their delay times qualified them for the race. let's go to sky force 10 over burlington county, where, look at this, a paint spill is causing traffic trouble long route 120 in mansfield township.
30 gallons of paint fell in those lanes. you see the paint there in the road and as sky force 10 pulls out wider, you see what we expect to be a slowdown as they're down to just one lane there. all right, coming up next at k6, carson wentz, the talk of the town, hear how the quarterback is trying to stay grounded and ignoring the hype. also ahead, superpac and superspending, a pennsylvania senate race, the nbc 10 investigators expose the very biggest vendors and reveal what is their motive may be. cooler temperatures today, and i'll show you how cool it's going to get for
your morning drive. and also showers for your weekend, that's coming up next. # i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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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. . they said it came down to 1%. i'm glad the city loved it and we'll see what's next. >> that's imagimagician jon dor. here's what his teammates thought about his magical run. >> he's had that in him.
we were all very proud of him watching him go out there and do his thing. >> she was pretty good. >> yeah. >> she was good. >> that last trick you did. >> oh, dude. that was awesome on tv. >> coach liked that last trick with paula abdul. dorenbos said it was a cool experience. you can watch all his performances on nbc10.com. new tonight, superpacs and superspending in pennsylvania. last night the nbc 10 investigators showed you the $43 million in outside spending to sway voters in the hotly contested u.s. senate race. now investigatoriive reporter i back revealing the spending and what their motives may be. >> that's how washington does business. pennsylvanians expect more. >> you have heard the central
claims, but the closing lines may be most revealing. >> freedom partners action fund has spent more than any other superpac in pennsylvania's u.s. senate race,.2 million to oppose democratic nominee katie mcginty. the chairman of the political science department says that the superpac takes broad license. >> it's more effective, they believe, for them to be the attack dogs rather than the candidates themselves. >> so the nbc 10 investigators studied the records to see which of the unlimited donations superpacs are spending most here. the big spenders, launched by the koch brotherings says they'll -- >> independents usa pac. >> independents usa founded by
former new york mayor michael bloomberg has spent $550 million fighting pat toomey. while fighting for a democratic majority, about 60% of that supporting mcginty and the rest opposing toomey. >> senate majority pac is responsible for this advertising. >> toomey says that attack ads do not accurately reflect his record. mcginty says she leaves ad accuracy up to the voters. >> i'll let others. >> prohibited from coordinating with campaigns, but superpac leaders still know how to match their messaging with the goals of the candidate they support. the senate majority superpac for one says it was founded by
experienced, grove democratic strategists. >> generally the people who are administering the superpacs are former staffers of affiliated parties. >> people who would know the thinking of the campaign? >> right. >> websites for the other two superpacks do not list the name of their laeaders. these groups are not the only outside influences on ma pennsylvania's race, we also discovered thousands of zone nations pouring in from individuals outside of the state. we're looking at who those donors are where they come from on nbc 10 news at 6:00 stormy. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, a much cooler day today, yesterday we were in the 90s, today we are in the 70s and
it's really schoolicooling down. wilmington, coming in around the upper 60s at the moment. philadelphia, though, still sitting at 77 degrees, closer look, if you're in society hill, 76 degrees, summerton down to 72. bustleton 75. we're about 15 to 20 degrees cooler across the area. take a look at thes overnight. the fall chill is going to be in the air, you can overwhelm the windows, turn the ac off. about got 54, allentown and parts of leigh high valley could get into the upper 40s. philadelphia into the upper 50s, as well as atlantic city around 58 degrees for a morning low tomorrow. a school start to our friday morning, great into the week, but as we go into the weekend, we're back in the 80s. it's not going to be uncomfortably hot, but we will be warming up a bit.
yesterday we hit that high of 92 degrees. average high is actually 78. today so we have gotten into the upper 70s so far. another day in the upper 70s, but by saturday and saturday sunday we'll be in the mid to low 80s. on sunday we have some rain in the forecast, we seeing showers and storms move in as we go into sunday. tomorrow, great into the week, take a look at these highs, some areas through the lehigh valley could be in the upper 40s, like allentown, 49 possibly, 48 for a morning low. plenty of sun again through new jersey and through delaware. 7 7 vorhees. very comfortable, even outside right now, radar nice and dry, clouds are down to our south. we'll see some of those passing through, but no rain until the end of the weekend, here's future weather, we stay nice and
dry, and then we go into the weekend, for your saturday, warming up a bit saturday afternoon, sun in the forecast, we'll be staying nice and dry, then we go into sunday, there you see it, the rain moves in, mostly through the afternoon and evening. your entire weekend forecast looking pretty good, upper 70s friday, low to mid 80s saturday, sunday mid to low 80s with showers and thunderstorms. i'm dan injury update ahead monday night's game against the bears, that's coming up in sports. when it comes to risking social security on the stock market...
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hey, with you once again. he may be wet behind the ears, but car wentz will be hard pressed to top his debut performance. how he's handing his new found place in the shot might. >> reporter: carson wentz says he grew up watching monday night football game. he's preparing for his first monday football game and he's preparing for his first road game. here's carson practicing today. he is the center of attention in philly sports right now. he has the number one selling jersey in the nfl this week, mostly philly area stores are sold out of them and president obama and vice president joe biden talked about jumping on the wentz wagon, there's a lot of hype around carson. how does he manage all this ". >> it's crazy how much i can just focus in on football and not let a lot of this get to
eme. it's still just football. we play abecame, won, it's awesome and exciting and it's on to the next. and we're preparing to go 1-0 this week. >> he and i have had conversations the last couple of stays and i just wanted him to be aware of, just limit the noise on the outside, let's just focus on football. >> it goes back to how i have kind of approached this all the way back since the draft process, you just got to block out the noise, whether that's the media, whatever it may be, the good, the kbabad, whatever may be and focusing on ball. >> john clark, csn. >> now to the injury front. doug peterson didn't rule either injuries out for monday night's game. >> he's progressed well, he's feeling better. you know, we just can't risk putting him back out there now with any kind of contact on that
shoulder, but it's still being monitored and it's a week to week thing and we just got to see what happens on monday. >> to hoops now, the sixers will honor their championship '66-'67 team and one of the ways they will do so the wearing these jerseys. hal greer
and billy cunningham to name a few. don't forget to vote for our high school football game of the week, we'll reveal the winner tonight at 11:00. we'll be right back.
well, tomorrow a lot like today,
beautiful. look at the morning low, 58 degrees, but for the lehigh valley, i think some areas will get into the upper 40s. so a chilly start to the morning, beautiful through the afternoon, open the windows tonight. saturday, sunday in the 80s, afternoon showers and storms sunday, i think that will be lingering into monday. then the next week, mid to upper
80. >> 40s in the morning for some people. >> some people. >> thanks for watching. i'm jim rosen field. breaking news tonight. police attacked. two officers assaulted by a man wielding a clever. the attacker shot at the scene, the fbi trying to determine is this terrorism. don't use them. a new federal recall on the samsung phone which has sparked dozens of fires and now growing features about other samsung models as well. back on the trail, hillary clinton returns after her health scare, to a virtual dead heat in a new poll. and a new call for donald trump to release his taxes from the leader of the gop. desperate 911 call, an abducted woman leads police right to her captor. tonight the shocking discovery made at the scene. and sniffing out danger. an nbc news investigation