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24-hour change. way cooler this morning than yesterday at this time. 9 degrees cooler in philadelphia. more than 10 degrees cooler,i areas like allentown and vineland, 20 degrees cooler than yesterday at this point in the morning. you'll notice it as you step out the door this morning, maybe wanting a light sweater. radar and satellite showing you no showers to track. some of the clouds stretching across the area. not going to be rain producers for us, not yet at least as we move though into your weekend, the forecast does call for some storm activity. we'll take a look at that coming up in a bit. for now, let's go to traffic with jessica boyington. >> thanks, krystal. the cameras around broad street showing you it's closed westbound and eastbound in between this point around broad street and the schuylkill expressway. cars are being diverted off at the broad street exit right now. we have another half an hour for
that before it cleans up. an accident on forest avenue and redwood lane. the commodore barry, there's a disabled truck on the westbound side causing lane restrictions and speed restrictions, down to 25 miles per hour there. the rest of the bridges are doing just fine, vai and tracy. thank you, jessica. we're following breaking news this morning. a man armed with a rifle confronts a pastor and his family as they come home. >> the pastor's wife turns the tables on the suspect. matt delucia is at the scene. tell us about the krayem, the capture and how it played out. >> reporter: >> right. the family still obviously shaken up by all of this. the pastor it'lls me if not for his wife having a gun, his whole family could be dead right now. right behind me, this is the church. he lives rilg next door. we're at the corner of pratt and pastor avenue. last night, the pastor was
getting out of his car within a man came up, the man pulled out a rifle and demanded money. the pastor was outside with his son. he tried to grab the rifle out of that man's hands. the suspect is in his 50s or 60s. the pastor's wife then came outside. the pastor says he left his gun inside the house but his wife, she had hers. >> he hit me really hard in the back of head with the gun. swung it like a baseball bat. and then everything was like lightning for a minute. and then i heard my wife saying drop the gun,ç drop the gun. i'm like she's got her gun. he turned towards her and i said shoot him, shoot him. and she shot him. >> that she did. and the suspect was found. there's a story behind that as well. he took off running down the street and was hanging on the side of an suv. that man showed up at the hospital a little while later with a gunshot wound to his leg. that's how he was caught. the family went over there and
positively identified him. this family still obviously in shock. they came out to talk with us a short while ago. thankfully they are okay this morning. live in northeast philadelphia, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> 4:33. 60 degrees outside. happening today, state lawmakers will be in philadelphia to hold a hearing on a plan to install speed cameras along one of the city's deadliest roads. >> the plan would place cameras along roosevelt boulevard to help reduce traffic and pedestrian deaths. the legislation would automatically ticket drivers caught speeding on that busy roadway between 2011 and 2015, more than 06 people were killed in accidents on the boulevard. federal safety regulators are officially recalling samsung's galaxy note 7 smartphone because it can spontaneously catch fire. the consumer products safety commission says the recall includes about 1 million phones in the u.s. and consumers can either get a refund or a replacement phone. samsung has received 92 reports
of the phones catching fire. the danger comes from the phone's lithium ion batteries that can generate tremendous heat if overcharged. a phone is not included in the recall. if you own a samsung phone, open an nbc 10 for a link that lets you look up your serial number and find out if yours is included in the recall. a pennsylvania grand jury is looking into allegations of priest sex abuse in the allentown and harrisburg diocese. state lawmakerç mark rozzy sai he testified before the grand jury he was abused more than 30 years ago. we reached out to diocese officials but have not heard back. neither diocese confirmed the grand jury investigation. they told an allentown newspaper they are committed to protecting children and are cooperating with authorities. police say a man driving the wrong direction died after crashing head on into a state trooper's car. skyforce 10 was over the scene on route 1 at north little creek
road exit in dover last night. police say the man was not wearing a seat belt. he died at the scene. the trooper driving the patrol car was air lifted to the hospital and is expected to recover. 4:35 and happening today in the pennsylvania race for u.s. senate, democrat katie mcginty will get a campaign boost from bernie sanders. the former presidential candidate will join her at a rally today in pittsburgh. sanders says mcginty would be a welcome progressive voice on capitol hill. she's running against incumbent republican pat toomey. and the birther issue is back in decision 2016 headlines. donald trump's campaign says president obama was born in america, even though the candidate himself will not utter those words. the campaign released a statement late last night after trump declined to say in an interview if he believed the president was born in hawaii. trump said he would never -- said that he would answer that question at the right time, just not yet. trump's campaign praised him for getting president obama to
release his birth certificate in 2011. meanwhile, democrat hillary clinton is reacting to donald trump's latest comments on the birther issue. she suggested that trump should stop what she called ugliness and bigotry. in the push for pennsylvania, hillary clinton is returning to philadelphia on monday. >> she plans to deliver a speech laying out the stakes of the presidential election for millennial voters. clinton returned to the campaign trail yesterday after taking a few day off to recover from pneumonia. after a rally in north carolina, she joined president obama at a congressionalç hispanic caucus event in washington. >> we need to stand up and repudiate this divisive rhetoric. we need to stop him conclusively in november in an election that sends a message that even he can hear. >> clinton also pledged to introduce a comprehensive
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good morning, everyone. i'm first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington reporting about 95 right now. we're watching construction. this is right around the betty road bridge area. on the northbound side we have lane restrictions. you can see the construction zone, a couple of cars heading out the door, heading northbound, away from the city. we're not seeing major delays approaching the city right now. that's usually where we see more volume and delay, but not for another hour or two. 95 dealing with construction. the area bridges, there's a disabled truck thatn] reported over the commodore barry and on the westbound side. 25 miles per hour is the speed restriction because of that. we're losing a lane. the walt whitman, the burlington bristol is okay as well as the tacony palmyra, no scheduled openings.
starting off this morning, feeling like awe item, 60 the temperature in philadelphia right now. we'll see the low 60s remain as you're heading out the door to work or sending the kids off to school. 10:00 a.m., 69 degrees and moving to the midupper 70s as we go into the afternoon. yesterday we hit 80. it looks like today we should hit the high at 78 degrees. in philadelphia, look at that morning temperature. 49 the temperature, will bump up 64 degrees by 10:00 a.m. into those mid-70s this afternoon with the winds around 5 to 10 miles per hour. delaware, similar situation this morning, cal side, 59 degrees. quickly into the 60s this morning. 73 at your lunch hour. winds not going to be an issue, getting up to 10 miles per hour in the afternoon and midupper 70s for forecast highs. that will be the same as well in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs, some areas in the upper
40s. 10:00 a.m., 71 degrees. as we hit the lunch hour, nice day for patio dining and as we move into the evening hours, mid-70s. those winds at 7 miles per hour. there's a check on your radar and satellite. we're tracking rain well off to our west right know. the next cold front well off to our west as well. with that rain we see to the west currently, it will be heading our direction. that's going to affect our weekend forecast in terms of saturday, things look pretty good. by sunday, could see those showers. we'll talk more about that coming up. attacked with a meat cleaver. >> that's what happened to a new york city police officer.ç we have new video of the moments before the cleaver attack, what police caught him doing that led to the confrontation. also the days of free parking in center city philadelphia are coming to an end. we'll tell you why and what drivers and business owners are saying about it.
my child in danger is very scary. >> a mother is demanding answers after she says her son, who has autism was found alone outside his medical day-care center. the philadelphia school district says one of its bus drivers followed normal procedures when the 8-year-old was dropped off on tuesday. his mother said she was told an employee on break spotted her son wandering alone outside and got him to safety. >> can't take this lightly. if i do, what happens to another child? i just need answers and legal action will be taken. >> alfred said her son is not taking the bus anymore. his grandmother will be driving him from school to the day-care facility. this morning, we have new video that shows the moments right before a man attack a new york plea police officer with a cleaver. the nbc station in new york obtained this video that shows akram joudeh trying to remove a boot from his car, right after
this, two officers confront him. joudeh pulled an 189 inch meat clover from his waistband. he ran down the street and the officers chased him. a few blocks later, an off-duty detective tackled him. the officer was slashed in the face. he's in the hospital. the off-duty officer is listed in serious condition. two other officers were also hurt. yesterday's attack comes two years after a man with a hatchet ambushed a group of nypd officers in queens. police shot and killed that suspect. 4:46 and 60 degrees outside. uájuq an atlantic city police officer is out of the hospital less than two weeks after he was shot in the head. officer josh biddle was shot on labor day weekend after he and
his partner interrupted a robbery outside caesar's parking garage. a bullet hit his brain but he can also speak and move around with assistance. >> he's made an incredible recovery already. a lot faster than we would expect. >> he will likely spend months in rehab. it's too early to tell if he'll return to the force but given his determination, it would not be surprising. a burglar throws gun barrels trying to break a case and get to the firearms inside. philadelphia police believe the man stole more than a dozen guns but he didn't take them all at once. instead, they say he hit up the same store in mayfair three times in three weeks. the latest burglary was wednesday at the j.h. lock gun shop on roland avenue. investigators are studying the surveillance video. in the week since the break-ins began, neighbors say they've seen police patrolling the area much more. >> pretty crazy. >> that was an interesting
morning. >> he's wearing a distinct shirt with the lettering king on it. we're hoping somebody can take a look at maybe his body language. >> a reward is out for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. a school bus driver in ocean county is out of a job after an apparent road rage incident was caught on video. the video is from wednesday. it shows the bus crossing into oncoming traffic in lakewood while trying to pass a fedex truck. you can see the truck driver pulling into the left lane as well, put both vehicles across the yellow line. here's the man who shot the video. >> i was worried that he was coming in the opposite direction which i believe a second or two later did pass in the opposite direction on that sideç of the road. that could have been nasty. >> the bus company said there were no children on board at the time. the company fired the bus driver. fedex said it's investigating. well, get ready to feed the meter again. the philadelphia parking authority is getting rid of its free parking nights on wednesdays and on first fridays in old city. the authority will begin
enforcing those nights starting next month. they say lack of parking and high demand led to the change. the free parking tradition was started back in the '90s in an attempt to revitalize center city. and the ppa believes that goal is met. people who took advantage of the perk and business owners are sad to see it go. >> it's already hard enough to find parking around here. >> i think that was a nice gesture of giving them free parki parking. it was a unique feature in old city. >> the ppa says its meter up smartphone app played a role in this decision because it makes it easier for drivers to refill meters and avoid fines. who doesn't like free parking. >> yes, right. from parking to driver, ten before 5:00. let's get you to work. we're focused on conshohocken to start off. >> you have cameras there, jessica boyington? >> no cameras but we do have reports of an accident scene, vehicle fire on conshohocken on 7th avenue and forest streets. when a vehicle fire typically is
in place, there's a danger there. we'll wait to see more details about this scene. hopefully they get the fire under control quickly. watching construction on the vine street expressway. both ways right now between broad street and the schuylkill expressway still closed. east and westbound. you'll have limited access right now to 95 or to the schuylkill expressway. speaking of 95, a different part, though, right around the betsy ross bridge, we're dealing with construction. we have lanes lost. northbound traffic right now not dealing with much because there's not a lot of cars out the door there. everybody is moving over with that left lane compromised. southbound traffic into center city looking just fine. we'll keep our eye on this and checkç in with conshohocken an that vk fire when i come back. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we have got 40s on the board. take a look at the lehigh valley, 49 and 46. one of the lower numbers being picked up in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs. it's a crisp morning out there. 60 in philadelphia, delaware, 62
and 64 along the jersey shore. in philadelphia, you drop down into that neighborhood view. here's the temperatures we're looking at, fox chase in 58, somerton in the low 50s. 64 in center city, graduate hospital sitting at 63 degrees outside. feels nice out there. i had a light jacket as i walked in. current winds, 3 miles per hour, wilmington as well as wildwood. a lot of the reporting stations not showing a value, which means overall the winds are light, coming in mostly from the east. as we get into the afternoon, breeziness along the shoreline possible. we move into the afternoon. we aren't expecting for those feel-like temperatures to bump up. temperatures overall will shall nice. 71 by 1:30. head out to the deck if you want to have lunch outside. going to be comfortable. that will continue, only peak in the upper 70s around philadelphia, mid-70s west chester and burlington as well. the evening looks comfortable and 67.
swedesboro in the upper 60s, also for voorhees, that's about 9:30 this evening. friday looking good. saturday morning, also looking on the cool side. 50s returning, not necessarily 40s on the map. weekend changes. your friday looks comfortable, saturday, sunday things will warm a bit and chances of rain will move back in. that will be sunday that the chance moves back in, lingering to monday. philadelphia, peaking monday into dover. reading sunday into monday. as well as in atlantic city. we're talking a front that will pass bringing the whole area. that chance of some showers and thunderstorms as we move into your sunday through your monday. then those chances start to dry out by your tuesday. we'll bring back the sunshine. here's aç look at your 10 day 10 starting out with your friday, 78 degrees. our temperature. today looking gorgeous, similar to yesterday with mostly sunny conditions. we move into saturday, sunday, temperatures bump up a tad. we're looking at low to mid-80s, saturday, sunday, sunday the
chance of thunderstorms developing, lingering into your monday. the front itself not affecting temperatures terribly many in the lower 80s. we get to the mid to upper 80s, tuesday, wednesday into thursday. note your overnight temperatures hanging in the 60s. starting to feel more like fall. thursday, official first day of fall. you look into the next week as well. mostly sunny conditions and that forecast at this point next, next sunday, maybe another chance of rain. >> thank you, krystal. new jersey governor chris christie wants to change the rules for teacher tenure in poorer districts. he wants state education officials to be able to bypass teacher contract rules which his administration are a barrier to providing an efficient education system. instead, christie wants to split the money among all of the state's districts based on population. one critic, the president of the state's education association, says the move is a political ploy. stopped in their tracks. hear from runners who say a
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the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. jessica boyington watching the roads. we're watching the schuylkill expressway. and the ramp to the vine street expressway. you can still see that's blocked off with this early morning construction. all traffic beiígç diverted off. we're seeing that limited access on the vine street expressway. it's closed east and westbound in between broad street and this point at the schuylkill expressway. i see some construction workers, it looks like, walking around. or at least i saw some a few
moments ago. they might be getting rid of this construction stuff in the next couple of minutes. we'll keep you updated. this morning a runner from delaware is sharing his frustration after a train stopped him and other runners from reaching their dream of running in the boston marathon. hundreds of runners were on the course of the lehigh valley marathon sunday when a freight train crossed through their route, delaying runners by ten minutes. the marathon is a qualifying race for the boston race. >> something outside of your control, impact that performance is really tough. a lot of the times it's the weather. it's never a train. >> runners hope the boston marathon would accept adjusted times, not their real times. officials declined that request. walmart shoppers may soon be able to use robotic shopping carts. the retailer has been granted a patent for the concept. they could summon an empty cart which moves around using sensors located throughout the store.
the cart would return itself to a coral once the customer stops shopping. the women's community revitalization project and firm hope baptist church will host a ribbon cutting later this morning. the gracetown homes were built on a vacant lot owned by a land trust ensuring housing would be affordable. philadelphia police members of the community in north philadelphia, at a meeting last night talked about ways to keep neighborhoods safe and improve relations between police and neighbors. officials handed out gun locks to people in attendance. a time honored halloween tradition in philadelphia returns tonight. >> terror behind the wallsç of the penitentiary is returning. it's scary. >> thriller. >> you'll find new exhibits including lockdown, the uprising, featuring creatures from the darkest universe riding
in cell block 12. visitors will join the zombies as they roam the prison. >> the best haunted house in the country. >> it really is. >> i love halloween but don't like haunted houses. >> we should go. >> for more of the stories we're following right now on nbc 10 news at 5:00 a.m. >> taking matters into your own hands. right now on nbc 10 news, a pastor's wife shoots a robbery suspect standing in her family's driveway after he assaulted her husband. on the defense, philadelphia mayor jim kenney fires back as the city's soda tax faces a lawsuit. hear why he says the city has to win the case. searching for justice. a woman is killed while police were pursuing a suspect. hear from the victim's family after they saw her daughter's suspected killer in court. nbc 10 news starts now. >> 5:00 a.m., it's friday, cool outside. welcome to "nbc 10 news today."
i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. it is cool outside. let's begin with meteorologist krystal klei. >> it's time for the official first day of fall next thursday. the lehigh valley, the pennsylvania suburbs, currently at 60 in philadelphia. 52 in the suburbs. clear to mostly clear start to your morning, overall this is a nice but kind of crisp start outside. of course the sun not yet up. we're at 53 in new jersey and there it is, lehigh valley at 49 degrees right now. delaware, a little warmer than that at 56. winds are for the most part light at about 5 to 10 miles per hour. the suburbs, just caulk conditions currently. if you're curious how things start to warm, the seven-day forecast rollingç along. this is a look at your forecast highs, 78 in philadelphia, 77 the suburbs. upper 70s in delaware. nice across the board. but we do start to see some changes to those s