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morning, after an explosion rocked manhattan injuring more than two dozen people. surveillance video shows the moment the blast went off. now police are trying to uncover who's behind it. and here's a live look outside after some sunny fall-like weather the past few days we're keeping an eye on some showers that may move in. we'll tell you when and where in the first alert neighborhood forecast. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning welcome back to nbc 10 news "today." thanks for being with us i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this sunday. we're not talking about a washout here. let's get the details from meteorologist krystal klee. >> could be some periods of heavier rain but it's not going to hit until late day overnight no monday. sunday not going to be a complete washout. it's a dry morning so far out there for our entire area and we're just starting to see those clouds press overhead a little thicker in some areas especially the lehigh valley. as we move out today it will be
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isolated showers early on until afternoon and that activity is going to start in the north and west parts of our viewing area then they're going to spread across the map as we move into your overnight, evening, overnight rain more likely for us. that's when we could also start to see some thunderstorms develop with pockets of heavier rain. we can't rule out a few areas dumping down some rain but that's looking like it will be spotty as we move into the overnight and early monday hours. on your radar and satellite right now there's the thicker clouds, the deeper white that you see. we do have scattered clouds across the board here this morning. then the rain is still pretty well to our west. in central parts of pennsylvania. it's heading our direction, though, so the expectation is we will see rain in our areas by tonight, into tomorrow. right now your temperatures are a little warmer than what we've been seeing in the morning as a result of this system. we're at 65 in mount pocono and 68 pottstown. philadelphia 70. atlantic city at 72.
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cape may sitting at 74 degrees currently. and as we start warmer we are looking at afternoons that will be a bit warmer as well. we'll talk more about how warm we could get this afternoon and the details on some of the ups and downs of those temperatures coming up. the investigation continues into the gunman who shot six people including two police officers during that rampage through west philadelphia. detectives are now hoping to learn more about the motive in this case, why he did it. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at police headquarters with what we know right now about the gunman. lauren? >> police know that 25-year-old nicholas glenn had a lengthy criminal history. and they know from a rambling letter that they found on him that he had issues with his probation officer, and with police, but they are still trying to figure out why he did this. now here's the man that we are talking about, 25-year-old nicholas glenn. we've spoken with an attorney
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who repd him in some drug cases, and he tells us glenn ended up in solitaire confinement after some fighting issues while in jail, and at that time became more and more despondent and it became more difficult to communicate with him. now police say the letter he left behind was rambling. they are still trying to pin down a specific motive. >> i mean to go down and to so violently fire upon so many different people who basically have no issue with you, and didn't have any encounters with you previously, and to do this like this, just absolutely horrific. >> now one thing that police are doing to try to get to the bottom of this is talk to some of glenn's family and friends. at this point, family has already helped them to locate a place where he had been staying recently. live at police headquarters, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. new video appears to show one of the responding officers
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running for cover and hitting the ground in the midst of the gunfire. five people remain in the hospital this morning. one officer has a bulletproof vest to thank for saving her life. a bar manager who got caught in the melee is said to be in good spirits. police commissioner richard ross tells us they are lucky to be alive. as you can see this nearby business surveillance video captured the moments showing the responding officer trying to take cover. the officer falls down, manages to get up and limp around to the front of the suv. officers cornered the shooter nearby in an alley and killed him. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates on this shooting rampage. our team of reporters will continue to get answers about the suspect's past, the suspect's motives and we'll bring you the latest on the investigation. new this morning in philadelphia's port richmond neighborhood, three people are in the hospital with gunshot wounds, after a shooting outside
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a night club on caster avenue. one of the victims is in critical condition. police tell us an argument in the club's parking lot escalated into gunfire. two women and a man were wounded. there are no arrests yet in this case. new this morning in new york, the fbi is joining nypd in investigating an explosion that jurd more than two dozen people, one person seriously injured. take a look at the moment the explosion was captured on surveillance video at a fitness center. the video shows people scrambling as the blast went off. last night's explosion in manhattan's chelsea section shook the neighborhood and demolished a metal trash bin. new york's mayor is calling it an intentional act but with no apparent link to terrorism. reaction from people who live right in that neighborhood where the blast went off. >> you felt it in your heart you know. like when you're hearing fireworks, it felt like fireworks. >> it sounded like a million pianos just dropped or just like
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a big thunderstorm. >> investigators are also analyzing the pressure cooker attached to wiring and a cell phone that was discovered several blocks away. authorities say the explosion in new york does not appear to be linked to a pipe bomb blast in seaside park ocean county. it happened just before a charity run there yesterday. >> we need to shut down this run. shut down this run. >> the device went off inside this trash can along ocean avenue as thousands of people were waiting for a marine corps charity run to start. the run was delayed because of registration issues so nobody was near the trash can at the time of the blast. >> the big thing was that delay helped tremendously in terms of what could have been injuries and other issues. >> the can was in tatters, and white smoke was pouring out. >> it really was loud.
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>> sources say additional undetonated devices were also discovered in that trash can. >> veered off into the median. >> a bus taking college students to a football game crashes, killing four people. we'll tell you what police have to say about the investigation this morning. >> all we have to do is hit enter and then we wait for the response. >> a digital upgrade. that's what's happening now in communications between air traffic control towers and airline cockpits. we'll show you exactly how the new technology works. 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
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she'll always protect social security. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> welcome back. starting with our look at radar and satellite. you can see there's a lot going on in our area now. this is exactly what we expected to happen. things tomming out pretty nicely. the cold front is still pretty far off to our west then ahead of that front is where we see the showers, thunderstorms and
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thicker cloud coverage building. the white is the thicker clouds that are now starting to move into our area. while the general motion of the storm might be moving to more of the northeast, the line itself is going to be heading our direction. and that means that we're going to see that chance of rain start as we move in to about your lunch hour and later in the day that will be farther west and then by overnight, extending into philadelphia, by the morning hours extending through new jersey. that's the timing that we are looking at. and here is your forecast. in philadelphia, 75 at 9:00 a.m., mid 80s for your forecast high temperatures. in the suburbs a little bit lower. we're talking more low to mid 80s and more cloud cover is expected. the same for the lehigh valley where storms may start as we move into your afternoon. isolated scattered and then the batter chance of stronger storms moves in overnight monday. we could see pockets of very heavy rain for some periods of time out near allentown. delaware 9:00 a.m. 75.
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by 1:0085 degrees with that thicker cloud coverage. same for new jersey. into the mid 80s, and at the jersey shore temperatures tap out in the upper 70s to right around 80 degrees. today, not likely to see much rain along the shore. that chance goes up, as well. we're going to look at your future cast coming up. today, the rock 'n' roll half marathon returns to philadelphia for its seventh year. this is a live look where runners will start and finish the race this morning. the 13.1 mile race attracts runners from all 50 states, and 20 countries. i think my sister is running in this race. this, by the way, is video from the finish line a few years ago. there will be some road closures all along the race route through center city by the art museum. so expect some detours. yesterday the rock 'n' roll 5k took runners past the eastern state penitentiary. hundreds of people crossed the finish line at the art museum. the money raised from all of the
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the obama administration says it regrets an air strike in syria that killed syrian troops during a raid on isis. the u.s. military halted yesterday's attack when russian officials told coalition forces that it was possible syrian soldiers were struck. russia says more than 60 syrian troops were killed. last night the u.n. held an emergency meeting on the incident which could impact the cease-fire agreement in syria's civil war. back here in the u.s., investigators are looking into a bus crash in north carolina that
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killed four people and sent more than 40 others to the hospital. nbc's barry aaron has the detail of the accident. >> reporter: the charter bus was headed to fayetteville, north carolina, when it crashed into an overpass just after 2:30 p.m. >> it veered off from its lane of travel into the median, it did miss the concrete columns that basically support the bridge, which is where we're at now. but it did strike a guard rail. >> reporter: images from the scene show the side of the bus sheared away. authorities say some passengers were ejected from the bus as it ran off the road and into a median. there were 46 people on board. students from clinton college in south carolina on their way to a football game. >> unfortunately, and sadly as a result, they didn't make it and we had this tragedy that occurred here. >> reporter: authorities say family members, relatives, and friends were following the bus when the crash occurred. no other vehicles were involved in the violent collision. >> this is probably one of the most tragic accidents, because i
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put it in this context, you had young people. and although they're in college, they're just starting their life out. >> reporter: an investigation into the tragic crash is under way but it could take months to complete. barry allen, nbc news. filled with sky divers crashes into a home in arizona, and amazingly everybody survived. this happened near phoenix last night. the small plane caught fire in the sky before crashing. the sky divers bailed out of the plane and landed safely, and even the pilot also a sky diver only had some minor injuries. the people in the home were watching television at the time when the plane crashed. they also got out uninjured. at least eight people are recovering this morning after being stabbed at a mall in minnesota. the suspected attacker is dead this morning. police say it started inside the mall in saint cloud last night when an armed man began threatening people. the suspect allegedly made references to allah and asked one person if they were muslim
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before he assaulted them. the suspect was killed after being shot by an off-duty police officer. now to our decision 2016 coverage. in the push for pennsylvania, hillary clinton will return to philadelphia tomorrow. democratic presidential nominee will be at temple university to speak about the stakes of the election for millennial voters. today at noon new jersey senator cory booker will give hillary clinton a woost in princeton where booker will host the grand open of the clinton campaign state headquarters. republican presidential nominee donald trump is off the campaign trail today following appearances in texas and skrad dough yesterday. tomorrow trump plans to stump in fort myers, florida. the feds talk interest rates and capitol hill lawmakers get ready to grill the maker of the epipen. that's all ahead this week in business news. cnbc's dominic chu has a
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preview. >> is the u.s. economy strong nuch for interest rates to go up? that is the question the federal reserve will be debating on tuesday and wednesday. most traders and economists believe the chance of a rate hike in the near term remains low. other than the fed meeting, the economic calendar is relatively light, housing starts will be released on tuesday and existing home sales are out on thursday. u.s. senators will try to find out on tuesday just how wells fargo employees created 2 million unauthorized accounts to bank customers. they'll be grilling the ceo for answers. the epipen will be the focus of another hearing on capitol hill. the ceo will appear on wednesday. fedex is the big earnings report of the week. the shipper will post quarterly results on tuesday. on wednesday watch for numbers from general mills, bed bath & beyond and softwaremaker red hat. i'm dominic chu get all your business news on cnbc.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well this morning we are looking at temperatures that are actually a little warmer than they've been the past few days. that's because we've got cloud coverage that's moved in. we also are looking at more moisture, higher humidity to kick off your day ahead of storms that we expect to start firing off farther west than extending east. right now, your jersey shore neighborhoods here were at. 3, ocean city, and 74 cape may courthouse. looking at 74, as well, atlantic city. and may's landing you go a little farther inland 65 degrees. the cooldown once you are off the shore. and we are looking at that being the case as we move into the afternoon these numbers all start to bump up and we're looking at the shore actually tapping out around those upper 70s to the low 80s for forecast highs. you can check those numbers by looking at the bottom of your screen for that seven-day forecast. here's the radar and satellite,
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scattered showers, thunderstorms, stretching across parts of our area but not yet right in to our neighborhoods. currently the bulk of the rain sits over central parts of pennsylvania. and it's tracking along to the northeast. but the whole line itself is tracking directly east. meaning that these storms will be over us as we move later into your day. let's time it out with our future cast model hour by hour here we. we see the clouds right now hanging over us. then we go into your afternoon and we see some rain starting to pick up over allentown areas around the lehigh valley, some of the pennsylvania suburbs could be the first to see those spotty storms develop. as we move later into the day you see more of the spotty activity popping up even into new jersey. but the stronger activity, that doesn't hit until night. look at the pockets of stronger storms, red, yellow, oranges you see, thunderstorms right around 4:00 a.m. your monday early in the morning. now the model may be going a little strong here but what i want to show is that it shows that line really forming as it
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moves across our area, through your morning commute monday. so i would certainly be grabbing the umbrella, tossing it in to the car for your drive to work tomorrow because it does look like this is going to be where you'll see some of the heavier rain. we could see periods of very heavy rain in some areas that may help quite a bit with what is currently a moderate drought that we see in parts of new jersey as well as the philadelphia area. that will start to move as we move later into the day monday and then dry out entirely by your tuesday. temperaturewise today, though, we see temperatures mostly in the 80s. we're at 82% and 81 is the bethlehem area with some of those storms developing in the lehigh valley. the suburbs a little more isolated activity. phoenix still at 84 degrees. in philadelphia, fairmount at 85 degrees with the temperatures mixing in clouds and sun and along the shoreline mid 80s for trenton. over to delaware those temperatures are also going to be sitting in the 80s but there you go at the shore at 83 degrees.
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heavy rain and stricter security are doing little, as you can see, to dampen the spirits of beer lovers in germany. oktoberfest is now under way in munich. this year visitors have to go through security checkpoints to enter the festival grounds with changing protocols since the recent attacks in europe. but, having a good time. oktoberfest runs through october 3rd. dramatic improvements are on the way for air traffic control towers all over the country that could make your next flight much faster.
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it's part of the decades long push to give faa controllers and pilots the latest computer technology. as nbc's tom costello reports it's actually the same technology you use every day in your home and car. >> 170-205- >> 4-3-7-5. >> squawk 4-3-7-5. >> reporter: 6:00 p.m. in the salt lake city tower. >> alpha push. >> reporter: the evening push is in full swing but at this tower a long overdue upgrade is under way that could mean faster flights and fewer delays. >> turn right, contact -- >> reporter: phasing out the rapid clip radio chatter between pilots and controllers discussing flight routes, traffic, weather and reroutes and replaced with direct text messaging and computer file transfers straight to the cockpit. >> all we have to do is hit
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enter and then we just wait for the response. >> reporter: what has been a 15 to 20-minute process, cut to just seconds. >> rather than me having to manually type and enter all that information after listening to it read to me on the voice, i can automatically uplink this into our flight management computer, and modify the route. >> reporter: the right route now automatically transmitted to the flight deck through a system called datacom. reducing the risk for miscommunication and dangerous errors. by the end of the year, 50 airports should have datacom as part of the faa's next gen rollout allowing for faster routing around traffic congestion and severe weather. >> it reduces the workload. it enables us to expedite flights much more quickly and to do it all safely. >> reporter: for the airlines there's the added benefit of cutting the fuel bill. delta airlines estimates that by cutting the wait by just a minute they save $20 million systemwide. so far, eight u.s. airlines and
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17 international carriers have agreed to add the technology to their planes. >> he's ready to take off. he can be taxied out and he's good to go. >> reporter: hopefully making the skies faster and safer. tom costello, nbc news, washington. 6:27. police are working to put the pieces together as they try to figure out what drove the man they say is responsible for the deadly shooting rampage in west philadelphia. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at police headquarters this morning following the investigation. larn? >> investigators now working to find out more about the gunman and the weapon used in the rampage. why tracing it is a challenge. and here comes the rain. to our west right now, but as we move into your afternoon and evening that chance starts to increase. some areas, though, like a live look outside cape may might not see too much activity today.
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we are learning more about the gunman police say ambushed one of their own and shot innocent bystanders in a deadly rampage in west philadelphia. this as new surveillance video shows an officer hitting the ground durgt height of the chaos. police in new york are looking at this surveillance video from an explosion that rocked manhattan, and left several dozen people hurt. coming up what the mayor is revealing about the investigation. and this morning detectives want to know who set off a pipe bomb blast in a jersey shore community just before a military charity run. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, welcome back to nbc 10 news today i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 on this sunday. let's begin with a quick check of our weekend weather. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking some showers that may be moving in. >> this is going to be a difference from yesterday.
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we're talking temperatures will be different. even this morning it's a little warmer. it's cloudy. but it is dry this morning. we're not seeing those showers move through of our area quite yet. the potential is there. isolated showers should start as we move into your early afternoon, extending from west to east as we move later into your day. and then by overnight it is expected we will start to see rain even throughout the philadelphia area, new jersey, and then starting to pick up along the shore into your monday. temperatures i mentioned a moment ago, warmer than yesterday morning this time. it's pretty obvious here because we've got 70s on the map. philadelphia and allentown at 71. we see that there because already we are looking at warm, moist air starting to press in ahead of storms in allentown. coatesville 68, and 72 atlantic city. take a look at this. the 24 hour temperature change shows us yesterday morning at this time compared to right now. a lot warmer in some areas. 19 degrees warmer in allentown.
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15 degrees warmer in vineland. and 13 degrees warmer in trenton. look at atlantic city, 20 degrees warmer write now. so you're going to notice it as soon as you step out the door. and it's all because of those storms that are heading our direction. this is exactly what we expected to happen. we said sunday we'd start to see more clouds and later in the day into tonight we see a better chance for rain moving through. we'll continue to look at that potential, talk more about your sunday, and the details moving into your work week. that's all coming up. we'll see you shortly thanks for that, krystal. this morning we're learning more about the gun man killed in the philadelphia shooting rampage. police say he shot six people including two officers. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at police headquarters. she's been following the investigation. what are police focusing on right now? >> rosemary. one thing they're trying to do is to trace where that gun came from. but that is not an easy task, because they tell us the serial number on that gun was
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obliterated. and they are, of course, trying to pin down a motive for why this man picked up that gun and started shooting at officers and other people he didn't even know. now police tell us 25-year-old nicholas glenn had a lengthy criminal history. they found a letter on him that used the word doomed. but they don't know exactly who he was referring to. police commissioner richard ross tells us they will keep trying to figure out what led to this to help stave off any future attacks. >> we always say if an individual can harm a law enforcement officer they can harm just about anybody. that's what he did. he just happened to carry it out almost simultaneously. >> now part of the investigation now will be talking to glenn's family and friends and hoping that they can help investigators learn more. for now live at police headquarters, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. new surveillance video appears to show one of the responding officers hitting the ground as the chaos unfolded.
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right now five people remain in the hospital. one officer has a bulletproof vest to thank for saving her life. we're also told that a bar manager involved in the melee is in good spirits. police commissioner richard ross says they are all lucky to be alive. let's go back to the surveillance camera. this is near the scene it captured this video showing a responding officer trying to take cover. the officer falls down but manages to get up and limp to the other side of the suv. officers cornered the shooter, nicholas glenn nearby in an alley along 48th street and killed him. neighborhoods tell us that they expected to see more reaction from local leaders after this violence unfolded in their streets. >> like a normal day. not supposed to be like that. supposed to be every leader, every council person, every state rep should be here right now. >> sergeant sylvia young, the police officer who was first ambushed and attacked, was on a
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special detail aiming to lower crime in that area. right now she is recovering in the hospital after being shot eight times. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates on this shooting rampage our team of reporters will continue to search for answers about the suspect's past, the suspect's motives, where that gun came from, and we'll bring you the latest on the victims' conditions. new from overnight philadelphia police came under fire in south philadelphia started just before midnight at 9th and south streets when officers managed -- officer spotted two men allegedly smoking marijuana. when the officers approached the men ran. police tell us they were shot at four times as the men fled. nobody was hurt, and police say they did not fire their own weapons. the suspects were taken into custody and investigators recovered a revolver. new this morning, the fbi is joining new york city police to investigate an explosion that
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injured more than two dozen people. take a look at the moment the explosion was captured on surveillance video at a fitness center. the video shows people scrambling. last night's explosion in manhattan's chelsea section shook the neighborhood and demolished a metal trash bin. new york's mayor is calling it an intentional act but with no apparent link to terrorism. >> there is no specific and credible threat against new york city at this point in time from any terror organization. >> investigators are also analyzing a pressure cooker attached to wiring and a cell phone that was found several blocks away. authorities tell us that the explosion in new york does not appear to be linked to a pipe bomb blast in seaside park ocean county that happened just before a charity run there yesterday. >> we need to shut down this run. shut down this run. >> the device went off inside this trash can along ocean avenue as thousands of people were waiting for a marine corps
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charity run to start. sources tell us that additional undetonated devices were also discovered in the trash can. fortunately, no one was hurt. 6:37 right now on this sunday. still ahead, as police learn more about the gunman in friday night's deadly shooting rampage through west philadelphia, we're taking you step by step through the time line. also up next, big day for the new philadelphia temple of the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints. we'll have the details on the temple's dedication and benediction. 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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(f♪ot steps) (crickets chirping) ♪ (jet engine) ♪ (heart beat) ♪ (water splashing) (rain drops) (engine revving) (tires on wet road) ♪ now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> keeping a close eye on radar this morning. starting to see some very
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isolated spotty storms try to pop up near allentown, reading, lancaster. what you see mostly, though, is thicker cloud coverage, in our area. then you look a little farther along to the west. that's where we see some of the more moderate to heavy rain that's developing. now the showers at this point are mostly tracking to the northeast. clipping the lehigh valley through the morning. but the whole line of storms itself is actually moving directly to the east, meaning later in the day, and overnight, better chances move into areas like philadelphia. planners for the lehigh valley where we should start to see the storms develop into the afternoon. 74 your temperature by 10:00 a.m. tupper 70s around lunch time and lower 80s for forecast high temperatures today. also may see winds pick up. low cooling where we see any pockets of heavier showers and thunderstorms. same in the pennsylvania suburbs, could be some storms by midafternoon, and into your early night time hours. temperatures are still going to be on the warm side and humid today. 80 your temperature at noon.
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and then as we move into the afternoon, lower 80s. 83 degrees by 4:00 p.m. with winds about ten miles per hour. and along the shors, this area is not going to see as high of a likelihood of rain today. although overnight into tomorrow, that chance does start to increase. be about 80 degrees by your lunch hour and that's right around where we stay even as we move through the afternoon. we'll talk more about these storms, and temperatures moving into your work week coming up. >> the philadelphia tell testimony of the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints will be officially dedicated today. a cornerstone ceremony will be held at 17th and vine streets. nbc 10's vai sikahema, a church leader, will offer the benediction at the final service. last night there was a cultural celebration in north philadelphia in honor of the new temple. hundreds of young people used original song and dance to depict the history and culture of philadelphia. the eagles' malcolm jenkins
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talks about his motivation to make a statement on monday night in chicago during the national anthem. also coming up, we'll tell you what couch doug pederson has to stay about the planned protest. and controversy in happy valley. we'll show you what happened when penn state honors the anniversary of joe paterno's first game as head coach. it's all ahead in sports. narrator: terrorism here at home. fourteen americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting...
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now to the aftermath of the deadly shooting rampage in west philadelphia. police say nicholas glenn shot six people killing one of them. this is all in a span of about half an hour. two police officers are among the injured. nbc 10's george spencer takes us through the time line of the chaos on friday night. >> reporter: it started with a call at 11:19 p.m. friday night, for an officer down.
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>> help me, please! >> reporter: help was on the way. miraculously that officer survived a hail of bullets. >> extreme caution. take cover. >> reporter: as officers rushed to help, nicholas glenn was on the move. he went down samsome street from 52nd to 51st. >> coming from everywhere down here. >> reporter: his next target, five shots into a bar. he then slowly walked to his next location, 49th street, where he fired a barrage of bullets into a car with a man and woman inside. the trail of gunfire and bloodshed finally ended in an alleyway about a block away. where university of pennsylvania police officer eddie miller confronted the gunman. >> we got another officer down. >> reporter: officer miller took the final bullet. but helped end the rampage. >> this is the united states of america. this should not happen in this
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country. >> reporter: george spencer, nbc 10 news. >> be sure to stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for continuing coverage on this shooting rampage. protect the obama legacy. that's the message democratic white house presidential nominee hillary clinton delivered at the congressional black caucus gala in washington last night. clinton told the crowd that a donald trump legacy would be dangerous especially for african-americans. >> it's not about golf course promotions, or birth certificates. we need ideas, not insults. real plans to help struggling americans in communities that have been left out and left behind. not prejudice and paranoia. >> president obama also addressed the gala, doubling down on his support for clinton by making this statement. >> i will consider it a personal insult, an insult to my legacy,
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if this community lets down its guard and fails to activate itself in this election. you want to give me a good send-off? go vote! >> the president also took a swipe at donald trump by suggesting that trump missed a civics lesson about slavery and jim crow. speaking of the republican presidential nominee. donald trump campaigned in texas and colorado yesterday. in houston he spoke to a group backing families whose loved ones were killed by undocumented immigrants. trump claim that hillary clinton stopped immigration laws while she was secretary of state. take a listen. >> she failed to take forceful action and ignored the federal law requiring her to suspend visas to countries that don't take back their citizens. she didn't want to get involved. >> trump also reminded the group of his plan to build a border wall with mexico. he vowed to deport criminal immigrants and not allow them
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back in the country. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and we begin with your temperatures near delaware neighborhoods. a lot of 60s on the board right now. 68 in wilmington, 69 at reedy point sitting at 69 degrees as well. if we drop areas farther south you see pretty much the same thing. 67, milton at 6, and rehoboth beach in the lower 70s right now at 73 degrees. these temperatures along the delaware beaches a little bit higher, bethany beach at 74. but not going to see a ton of warming there. the low 80s for forecast temperatures expected. on your radar and satellite, you really can tell the storm system is starting to move in. so we've got a cold front then ahead of the front is the rain. that's still mostly to our west. but the clouds that are well
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ahead of the front are starting to extend and thicken up, as we move a little farther west of the lehigh valley as well as parts of northern delaware seeing those clouds move in. that's going to continue to extend through your morning hours. today is going to be a partly cloudy day at best for the shore. then you move further inland and that's where we see that chance of rain pop up as we move later into your day. weekend forecast for today the mid 80s expected for philadelphia. chance of showers, thunderstorms, great day overnight. the suburbs as well as the lehigh valley could be a little better chance of your afternoon, especially the lehigh valley where this morning we see some isolated areas of rain already starting to pick up. south jersey at 85 degrees and the shore at 80. where, again, we're not likely to see rain until we move in to this evening. delaware at 84. you get an extension of your neighborhood forecast by looking at those 70s scrolling at the bottom of your screen. we're doing two things right now
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watching temperatures and tracking showers. let's talk temperatures first in philadelphia. we've been up and down a bit. we saw 80 on friday and then warmed up to 83 yesterday. which was the forecast high. 85 is expected today. that's above average. we should be at 77 degrees. but we will drop right back down to 80 monday. thanks to that cold front moving through monday, tuesday that number does start to increase again up to 85. as for your chance of showers, well, here's a look at the potential. it's not just today. it actually moves right through your monday. in fact, early monday that commute could be when we see pockets of heavy rain and maybe higher accumulation in a few spot areas. that continues for philadelphia, dover as well. especially atlantic city where you see the better chance really is in to your monday. reading that's going to be a better chance as we move afternoon today, and then continuing monday. but look how quickly all of the boards show that we start to cry out. the chances of rain across the map. here's a look at your ten-day on
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10. chance of showers and thunderstorms today through monday. we've got that drop in temperatures to 80 on monday. wednesday with more clouds and sun mixing. sunny conditions to partly cloudy by your next weekend. >> this is sports desk. brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> good morning to you. i'm danny pommells. monday night all eyes on the eagles sidelines during the national anthem after malcolm jenkins said members of the team are planning some sort of protest. he said it doesn't have anything to do with the police, military or the flag itself and he doesn't expect anyone to be kneeling. doug pederson said he would be in fair of a team-wide show of unity. >> there's no comfortable way to change anything. i mean, so if somebody gets upset then it's probably because they're not listening. the goal is not to -- to divide people. but if the goal is also not to beat around the bush. >> malcolm and i have had talks
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about this and, you know, it's -- it's going to happen, regardless of what i -- what i decide or say and i -- and i respect -- i respect the players' decisions on it. the biggest thing is i just don't want it to become a distraction. >> go to the college gridiron now. penn state made the decision to recognize the 50th anniversary of joe paterno's first game as head coach by honoring the 1966 team at the ceremony and received harsh criticism in the wake of the jerry sandusky scandal for doing so. members of the '66 team on the field for the ceremony. during the game tribute videos were shown on the big screen and they received standing ovations from many penn state fans in attendance. here's a picture, though, from the upper deck of beaver stadium with temple fans turning their back in protest during one of those videos. meanwhile on the field, temple and penn state. look at this catch by penn state tight end. go get it young man. fourth quarter just a three-point game.
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the 53 yards later he's high fiving the boys in the end zone. penn state up on that td run. the last gasp, philip walker, i-n-t picked off as temple wins. penn state wins. baseball, howard scratched from the lineup with knee soreness. joseph in and it pays off in the fifth 5-0. he goes deep and gone to center philly cruise to win over the marlins 8-0. complete game shutout. that is your look at sports. i'm danny pommells from csn. i'm jim rosenfield for nbc 10 at issue. join me later today when we hear from john rafferty the republican candidate running for pennsylvania attorney general and you may not know it but you've likely given permission for others to read your e-mails. >> they take that content and they often try and match it with some of your recent web searching or looking on google maps. >> that plus what doctors really know about the health benefits of medical marijuana.
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tonight is tv's big night as the 68th annual emmy awards will be handed out. "game of thrones" and "the
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people versus o.j. simpson" lead the pack in the number of nominations but the fx show "the americans" could shine after being ignored for the past few years. mr. robot and its lead actor are also contenders for best drama and actor. viola davis in "how to get away with murder" is considered the hot ticket when it comes to best actress. this morning bicyclists will participate in a charity ride to help wounded veterans. it will start rolling at 8:00 this morning. it begins and ends at the horsham air guard station in montgomery county. the event reports the project hero program which helps veterans get involved in bicycling programs as part of their rehabilitation. 6:57 right now on this sunday. the men behind friday's shooting spree is now the focus of the investigation. why did he target philadelphia police, and where did he get the guns? nbc 10's lauren mayk is following the case from police headquarters.
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[ no audio ] >> all right we'll get back to her in just a moment. radar and satellite showing us that thicker clouds are already moving in. we're talking chances of rain in today's forecast. where the best chance as we move into your afternoon coming up. the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans?
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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. 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.
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hitting the ground. new surveillance video shows a responding officer caught in the chaos of friday night's shooting spree in west philadelphia. we're live at police headquarters with the latest on the investigation. more than two dozen people are hurt in a blast in new york city that the mayor says someone intentionally set. now the fbi is joining the hunt for a suspect. and in ocean county a pipe bomb goes off along the route of a marine corps charity run. we'll explain what happened and what's next as investigators look for clues. nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:00 on this sunday. we'll get to those stories in just a moment. but first let's begin with our neighborhood weather. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking a warm start. >> temperatures are warmer this morning than they have been the last couple of mornings. and you can see why that

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