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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 blanket
of cloud cover has already started to roll on in ahead of a cold front that will affect temperatures in the days to come. today the clouds are helping hold in heat from the previous day. they're also helping to bring in a little extra moisture which means that today's the day we're talking chances of rain picking up in the forecast. right now we're at 71 degrees. winds are 9 miles per hour. clouds are hanging low enough some of our buildings are seeing clouds on the top of those buildings. radar and satellite currently, that shows us where the thick clouds are over parts of the lehigh valley. suburbs just creeping into philadelphia. and we do have spotty showers starting to pick up, now nearing us. better chance of rain, though, that's going to be as we move later into the day and it will begin at the lehigh valley in the suburbs. 79 degrees by 10:00 a.m. lunch time at 83 and mid 80s for forecast high temperatures. those mid 80s, warmer than
yesterday. but also come with that chance of rain starting to pick up. we'll look more closely at when those showers time out. all of that coming up in just a few minutes. this morning we are learning more about the gunman behind the deadly shooting spree through west philadelphia. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at police headquarters with what police are telling us about the shooter and his criminal history. lauren, fill us in. >> rosemary, police know that 25-year-old nicholas glenn had a lengthy criminal history, and they know from the letter they found on him that he had issues with probation officer and police. but they are still trying to figure out what led to this. now this is a man that we are talking about. 25-year-old nicholas glenn. we've spoken with an attorney who represented him in some drug cases and he tells us glenn ended up in solitary confinement in jail and became more and more despondent and it was more
difficult to communicate with him. police say the letter he left behind was rambling. they are still trying to pin down a specific motive. to go down and see so violently fire on 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, i mean was just absolutely horrific. >> police say they have not found anything that ties glenn to any specific group or radical ideology. they're hoping that his family and friends can help them to suppose things together. 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 during the height of the chaos. right now five people remain in the officer. one officer has a bulletproof vest to thank for saving her life. we're also told a bar manager involved in the melee is in good
spirits. police commissioner richard ross says they are lucky to be alive. take a look at this surveillance, a closer look at it. this is captured from a nearby business. you see the responding officer fall down, gut he manages to get up and limps to the front of that suv. officers ended up cornering the suspect nicholas glenn nearby in an alley along 48th street. that's where they killed him. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates on the shooting rampage. our team of reporters will continue to search for answers about the suspect's past, the motives, and we'll bring you the latest on the victim's condition. now take a look at this new video out of new york. you're looking at an explosion that rocked a manhattan neighborhood, and injured more than two dozen people. the fbi and new york police are now looking into what caused the blast outside the building in the city's chelsea section last night. that explosion again captured on a surveillance video camera that
was at a nearby fitness center. the video shows people scrambling as the blast went off. the explosion shook the neighborhood and demolished a metal trash bin. one person had serious injuries. new york's mayor is calling the explosion an intentional act but with no apparent link to terrorism. here's some more reaction from people who live in the area. >> 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 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. >> sources say additional undetonated devices were also discovered in that trash can. 1234r >> new this morning, philadelphia police are investigating a double shooting in the city's tioga neighborhood. officers tell us two men were sitting in a car at broad street around 4:30 this morning when somebody tried to rob them and opened fire. one victim is now in critical condition. the other is in stable condition. also new this morning, in philadelphia's port richmond section, three people are in the hospital with gunshot wounds after a shooting just outside 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. right now, there are no arrests in the case. the philadelphia temple of the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints will officially be dedicated today. a cornerstone ceremony will be held at the temple's location 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. seven minutes past 7:00. a man who put his life on the line to fight for civil rights in the 1960s, then became a politician, will soon receive a national honor for his leadership. we'll tell you who he is and more about his life, next.
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season before this afternoon's game with the marlins. the party starts at 11:30 on citizens bank way. legends mike schmidt will be there. fans who bring a food donation can get a ticket for today's game and get another ticket for free. the event benefits phil abundance. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> beginning with a look at our radar and satellite. we're already seeing very spotty, isolated showers pick up near reading, richmond, into allentown. right now this is light rain. best that we're seeing. but this is ahead of a cold front. still pretty far to our west. and what's going to happen is it's going to continue to push some of the stronger storms our direction as we move into the afternoon overnight, even into monday. but already, we've got a good blanket of clouds over the lehigh valley. parts of the pennsylvania suburbs, and now through philadelphia, as well. here is the forecast. going to see the cloudy conditions as we move into your afternoon. about the mid 80s for your
forecast high temperatures. officially 85 that we're expecting. in the suburbs more around the low 80s due to that cloud coverage and some rain starting to move through. and the same for the lehigh valley, just moving into the lower 80s. with thunderstorms possible this afternoon. in delaware, we see 85. your temperature at 2:00, mid 80s in new jersey, as well. and along the shore, today, not likely to see rain until the night time hours. temperatures capping right around 80 degrees. and also a bit breezy along the shore. but that rain chance as i mentioned does continue overnight into monday. so we'll get into more detail on that coming up in a few minutes. a sky diving jump in arizona was probably heart pumping, but anything but fun. just before the plane landed they had to made a crash landing into a house. we'll have that story just ahead.
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philadelphia is gearing up for tomorrow night's liberty medal ceremony honoring civil rights icon georgia congressman john lewis. the 28th annual event will be held at the national constitution center. the medal honors lewis and all those who strive to secure liberty for people around the world. lewis endured injury in helping to lead the bloody sunday march in selma, bama in 1965. it was one of the watershed moments of the civil rights movement. he worked with the reverend dr. martin luther king jr. he also participated in lunch counter sit-ins and freedom rides that led to the passage of federal anti-discrimination laws. now to our decision 2016 coverage. protecting the obama legacy. that was hillary clinton's message to the congressional black caucus gala in washington last night.
the democratic nominee is hoping voters turn out for her like they did for obama. 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,
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 donald trump the republican presidential nominee was campaigning 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. >> 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 back in the country. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. we begin with your satellite and radar because we are starting to see some showers pop up in our area. now it's very isolated at this
point. but as we move later into today i think things will start to spread across the board a bit more and chances start to increase. a nice line of thicker clouds starting to push through philadelphia, delaware, into new jersey. already covering parts of lehigh valley and the pennsylvania suburbs. the spots of green you see are isolated showers. deeper green and yellows the more heavy rain moving along. that's not yet in our territory but you can see the cloud coverage line as well as where the showers are moving through near reading to allentown. and if we really drop down here you can see that there's just a few spot areas where it's a light rain falling at this point. this is nothing to write home about. but it is the beginning of those changes we've been talking about. and it's much needed rain. because we have not seen official measured rain in philadelphia since september 1st. and when that happens, we tart to see those dryer conditions, maybe affecting your yard
outside. this is something we certainly do need. it should also lift us out in some areas from that moderate drought where we may see heavier rain. this is your future model showing us at 7:00 a.m. clouds hanging overhead. spotty showers picking up as we move late morning and through your early afternoon. but mostly focused near the lehigh valley. then we move later into the afternoon, spotty storms picking up even in the new jersey are possible. also tapping in to some potential tropical moisture which is still well to our south at this point. look at far off the screen. oranges and yellows. that's some of the heavier rain that will start to creep our direction as we move overnight. 3:30 in the morning monday. now we're seeing pockets of thunderstorms move in near wilmington as well as philadelphia. grab the umbrella for your commute monday. the model here is going pretty strong. i think possibly a little stronger than what we'll see. but what it's showing us is you get that line of heavier rain
that does start to pop up in some areas by your monday morning. and it will continue through your monday afternoon. there's a look at your temperatures, 85. drop to 80 in philadelphia by your monday. with that cold front, and still the chance of rain. then back to the mid 80s your tuesday, wednesday. dover also seeing a decrease all the way down into the 70s with that chance of showers. and allentown, the same as well as wildwood. wildwood isn't going to see a great chance of rain today. that will more be tonight into tomorrow. so the shore is looking okay for much of today. temperatures then back into the low 80s your tuesday, wednesday. more on the temperatures with that extended forecast in just a bit. >> honoring a fallen hero next. we'll show you a burlington county community is keeping the memory of a state trooper killed in the line of duty alive.
the family of a new jersey state trooper who died in the line of duty received a special surprise this weekend. west hampton township's municipal drive which is located right next to the police department is now known as cullen way. it was officially renamed yesterday in honor of trooper sean cullen. you may remember back in march, trooper cullen was walking outside of his cruiser while responding to an accident on route 295 in west stepford. he was hit and killed by a passing car. cullen's fiancee was pregnant at the time. she has since given birth to the couple's second son. gas prices are spiking across the south because of a broken pipeline in alabama. the governors of five southern states have declared states of emergency. some drivers found the pumps completely dry, others are paying up to 20 cents more a gallon. it could be later this week. not until later this week, before repairs are finished and gas is flowing once again. let's head now to north carolina
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control team tells us about a pet adoption event happening today and shares with us skittles. skittles is looking for a new family. >> skittles is a 5-year-old cat. he was in a home with a loving family but they had to move and couldn't keep him which is a shame and happens to a lot of people. we're going to help skittles find a new home. he is about 5. we don't have too much of a history on him even though he lived with people we don't have a deep history. but from what we've seen at the shelter, he's a very sweet boy. all morning here he's been amazing hanging out in the green room. and with his volunteer, he has a volunteer, we call them cat volunteers and they spend a lot of time with the cats to know their personality. you know, play with them, to help them be happy at the shelter. she says she's a great boy. all of our adult cats are free this weekend. we're calling it our top of the class cats, and cats like
skittles really loving cats are free to good homes. you still have to fill out the adoption application. and there's a process for different cats, find one that works for you. but as long as everything is fine, there's no fee. >> whoo. >> if you'd like to learn more information about the event that's happening today, like to learn more about skittles, the cat fair call the animal care and control team at 267-385-3800. you can also check out their website acctphilly.org. the event happening today is between 10:00 and 5:00. 7:27 right now on this sunday. we are working to get new details in the deadly west philadelphia shooting rampage. nbc 10's lauren mayk is following the investigation from police headquarters. lauren? >> police have a letter found on nicholas glenn. what that said, and why they're still looking for answers.
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forecast. >> nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. just after 7:30 on this sunday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking those showers that are slowly going to push into the region. krystal? >> that's exactly right. we've been calling for this for quite some time. now it's also affecting our temperatures this morning. we've got cloudy conditions. check out the numbers on the map. we've been seeing 40s, 50s, 60s. for high temperatures to start your morning. rather those low temperatures. but this morning, 71 in philadelphia, pennsylvania suburbs at 70s. best we can do here is 68 at new jersey and low 70s also in the lehigh valley to delaware. winds aren't terribly strong, 5 to 10 miles per hour. but with any showers and thunderstorms that do develop late today overnight into monday, we may see periods of
stronger winds pick up. now, right now it's just cloudy conditions for most of our area. by this afternoon and evening, h that's when we start to see the possibility of showers and thunderstorms with temperatures mostly into the mid 80s there. new jersey, philadelphia. 81 the forecast high in the lehigh valley with afternoon rain spreading farther along to the east. there's a look at your radar currently. we don't have a lot going on in our area. isolated storms near allentown. but the heavier rain is just to our west. we'll track that coming up. this morning, five people are still in the hospital after that deadly west philadelphia shooting rampage. as the victims continue to recover we're learning new details about the gunman behind the chaos. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at police headquarters with more on the investigation. lauren? >> rosemary police know this man. he has a lengthy criminal
history. but they are still trying to figure out what set off this rampage. now the man we're talking about is nicholas glenn, 25 years old. here's his photo. investigators are speaking to his family and friends, and they are still searching for a specific motive behind the shooting that killed one woman and wounded five other people including two police officers. police say glenn left behind a note with the heading, doomed people that talked about hatred for his probation officers and police. the police commissioner richard ross says much of that letter was rambling. >> it's more about himself than who he wanted to harm. obviously he was hell-bent on hurting a lot of people. we still aren't absolutely clear as to why. >> now police tell us they have not found anything that ties glenn to any group or radical ideology. they have not found anything of that nature. one other piece of this
investigation, trying to trace the gun. and that can be a challenge because police tell us the serial number on that weapon was obliterated. for now live at police headquarters, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that, lauren. new surveillance video appears to show one of the responding officers hitting the ground during the melee in the streets of west philadelphia. right now five people as i've said are 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 chaos is in good spirits. police commissioner richard ross says they're all lucky to be alive. now a closer look at that surveillance video you see a responding officer falls down but manages to get up and limp to the other side of this suv. officers killed the shooter in an alley along 48th street and we talked to nabs who tell us they expected to see more
reaction from local leaders about the violence on their streets. >> just like a normal day. it's not supposed to be like that. every leaders, every council person, every state rep should be here right now. >> now the officer who was ambushed, sergeant sylvia young, was the first person to be shot. she was on special detail that night that aimed to lower crime in that neighborhood. she is recovering from the hospital after being shot eight times. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates on this shooting rampage. we also have new video this morning of an explosion in new york city that injured more than two dozen people. one of them was seriously hurt. take a look. you can see the moment of the explosion captured by this surveillance camera at a nearby fitness center. the video also 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 called it an intentional act but with no
apparent link to terrorism. investigators are also analyzing a pressure cooker attached to wiring and a cell phone that they discovered several blocks away. still to come on nbc 10 news today -- >> extreme caution, take cover. >> this morning we are taking you through exactly what happened moment by moment as the chaos and gunfire erupted in that west philadelphia shooting rampage. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's
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now to the aftermath of that deadly shooting rampage in west philadelphia. police say nicholas glenn shot six people, killing one of them. two police officers were among the injured. nbc 10's george spencer goes over the time line of the chaos that unfolded. >> reporter: it started with a call at 11:19 p.m. friday night, for an officer down. >> 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 sampson 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 country. >> reporter: george spencer, nbc 10 news. >> as we've been telling you all morning long stay with nbc 10 and stay with the nbc 10 app. we will have continuing coverage on this shooting rampage in west philadelphia. 7:40 right now on this sunday. tomorrow night, all eyes will be on the eagles.
the investigation continues into the shooting rampage in west philadelphia. investigators say nicholas glenn, who had a lengthy criminal record, left behind a note outlines his hatred for police. detectives are still searching for a specific motive behind the gunfire that killed a woman, an innocent bystander, and wounded five other people including two police officers. this morning authorities in new york city are investigating this explosion that injured more than two dozen people. one of them is seriously hurt. the blast in manhattan's chelsea section shook the neighborhood. new york's mayor is calling it an intentional act but with no apparent link to terrorism. the new york explosion does not appear to be linked to a pipe bomb blast in seaside park ocean county. that's the word from the authorities. the device went off inside this trash can along ocean avenue just as thousands of people were waiting for a marine corps charity run to begin.
nobody here was hurt. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and we start with a look at some of your neighborhood temperatures. philadelphia neighborhoods, these temperatures warmer than what we saw yesterday morning thanks to the clouds overhead already holding in some of the heat from the night. we're also looking at more moisture in the air. so it's a bit more humid to start your day. right now, 71 degrees, your temperature, 72 graduate hospital. even as we move up into andorra, in those low 70s. no exceptions for fox chase or bustleton either at 71 degrees there currently. and these temperatures will be in the afternoon a little warmer as well. we're looking about the mid 80s for forecast highs. radar and satellite, though, has that cloudline already moving through philadelphia, and now pushing in to new jersey. so we are looking at a day that is partly cloudy to cloudy, with that chance of rain moving in. you can see where the rain is right now. mostly over the central part of
pennsylvania. but, as you edge closer to the lehigh valley where we see some isolated spot showers pick up. most of that has started to move out of allentown, and we're left with those clouds hanging overhead. and the more humid air. here is your weekend forecast for today. 85 degrees, your high expected in philadelphia. pennsylvania suburbs at 84 degrees. but notice we're going mostly cloudy, some sun breaking throu through philly, areas through new jersey as well. pennsylvania suburbs mostly cloudy and we could start to see showers pock up by this afternoon. the lehigh valley just at 81 degrees and the shore, high of 80. don't forget if you want to see the full seven-day forecast for your neighborhood, that is at the bottom of your screen. watching temperatures and tracking showers. first talk about the temperatures in philadelphia. they've been a bit up and down lately. we saw temperatures 80 on friday. just a few degrees above average. yesterday, hitting 83 which was our forecast, and today, up to 85 degrees.
again we're starting much warmer than yesterday. in comparison. tomorrow that temperature drops again, due to the clouds, rain expected, and the cold front that will pass. but tuesday we're back up, 85 which is well above that 77 degree temperature. tracking showers. look at that potential for rain out there. we are seeing the chance, as we move sunday later in the day, especially overnight, and into your monday. monday morning, when we could see some possible very heavy rain move through in areas philadelphia through new jersey. so make sure you have that umbrella on hand. dover much of the same. better chances by this afternoon, and that will continue into monday. but look at atlantic city. today it's more likely we'll see clouds and some breezy conditions. tonight, into monday, better chance of showers actually making it to the shore. meaning if you have plans to be at the shore today, although it will be cloudier, not necessarily going to be a washout for the forecast today. and let's talk about that pen-day on tap because as we
extend the forecast out things do get dry again. this is much-needed rain as we move through your monday. but then by tuesday, we've got the sunshine, mid 80s. and those 80s, they continue until your next weekend, when we see upper 70s. tonight is tvs big night as the emmy awards are handed out. "game of thrones" and "the 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. now to decision 2016 coverage. the presidential polls now show a tight race between hillary clinton and donald trump. with debate season just around the corner. it's the top issue on this morning's "meet the press." joining us now for a preview is moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd. good morning, chuck.
>> good morning, rosemary. >> all right so chuck you're going to be sitting down with clinton's running mate tim kaine. what can we expect to hear from him about a growing perception by some that this election for the democratic ticket could be slipping away? >> well, i think that that's my guess is that's why the clinton campaign wants him out this morning trying to talk about that, trying to calm the nevs of frankly panicky democrats. there was a funny little article written in "the new york times" over the weekend that said the latest polls have clinton supporters looking at a margin of error of panic. so the -- i think the real issue here is, there's a growing group of -- of voters who were big supporters of president obama, voters under 35, african-americans, latinos, who don't seem to be coming out in the numbers that clinton would need in order to win states like florida, north carolina, or ohio, or a pennsylvania. and i think that's the concern. why haven't these voters shown enthusiasm for her. i think the clinton campaign
thought beating up donald trump was going to be enough. i think they're finding out this week that's not the case. >> speaking of donald trump, chuck. quite a few controversies to talk about. on friday he finally gave up the birther conspiracy about president obama. but only to replace it with a false claim that hillary clinton started it. and then trump implied some possible violence against clinton at a rally. is he seemingly getting in the way of his own momentum? >> well, you know, it's funny for three weeks -- this three-week period where we went from speculation that clinton could win in some sort of landslide and donald trump was the second coming of barry goldwater where this race is truly up for grabs, it was three weeks where hillary clinton seemed to be always dealing with a transparency issue that she wasn't fully coming clean on the foundation or her e-mails or even her health. while donald trump was actually showing some discipline reading off a teleprompter. but i have to say the last 48 hours just as his polls are improving it's almost as if he's getting cocky a little bit and
the old donald trump is returning and he's on twitter insulting people again over the last 48 hours. saying that comment about hillary clinton and, and, and, and the second amendment not in his prepared remarks. so you know, that, when he's done that before his numbers have gone down. when he's stayed disciplined his numbers have gone up. we could be in one of those cycles yet again. >> all right. chuck todd as always thanks for being with us this morning. >> thanks, rosemary. >> hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine and donald trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway will sit down with moderator chuck todd on "meet the press" this morning. it comes your way at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. we're going to take a quick break and we'll be right back. when it comes to risking social security on the stock market...
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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 favor of a time-wide showing 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 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 jersey sandusky scandal for doing so. members of the '66 team on the field during the game and 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, h 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. 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. baseball, howard scratched from the lineup with knee soreness. 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. ♪ we're having a party >> and they had pretty decent weather last night. dozens of people got together for the sixth annual dance on the falls bridge. all lit up there. the event raises money for the development of the falls. tonight might be a little bit of a different story in terms of the weather. >> i'm thinking so. that looks like a lot of fun. clouds and radar. why it's going to be a different story is that now we've got the clouds that have moved through. this is a live shot outside of
citizens bank park there we're seeing. you've got a lot of clouds overhead. the clouds have moved in ahead of the rain. the rain is ahead of the cold front and the rain right now is just creeping near the lehigh valley where showers will start a little later on and then we're going to see that spread to philly as well as into new jersey by tonight and tomorrow. there's your temperatures, but more clouds in the suburbs through the lehigh valley where we see temperatures in the lower 80s as the new jersey mid 80s the shore lower 80s and today, doesn't look like the rain will hit the shore until tonight tomorrow so if you are out there, probably going to be okay. >> we've got those clouds to deal with. >> a lot of clouds overhead. >> i know that nice weather we've had the past few days, i knew it was too good to be true. >> too good to last. >> that's going to do it for us right now. krystal and i will be back at 9:00 for a half hour of news. have a great sunday.
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everybody get off the street! >> this was an intentional act. president obama was born in the united states, period. it feels like someone took out my hard and stepped on it. good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. it's a very busy morning after an explosion rocked the chelsea neighborhood in new york city injuring more than two dozen people. early this morning a suspicious device was discovered a couple blocks from where that blast went out. another blast about 80 miles away at jersey shore and a knife