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a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect? i can't say that either. >> announcer: nbc10 breaking news. >> don't shoot him. don't shoot him. he has no weapon. he has no weapon. >> this new video is reopening wounds in charlotte tonight. the weeth of keith lamont scott pleading with police, trying to save his life. good evening.
i'm jim rosenfield. her pleas were not enough. police opened fire tuesday and killed him, saying he had a gun. tonight there is fresh outrageous and protesters are back on the streets one hour before curfew goes into effect once again. keelth jones is monitoring developments. what's the latest? >> reporter: jim, the curfew goes into effect in under an hour, but we learned as long as they remain peaceful, these protests can stay out as long as they want. we want to warn you, though, once again the video in this story is disturbing. while you don't hear gunshots -- rather, while you hear gunshots, you will not see anyone shot. >> speak, my brother. >> what we've got out here is a peaceful rally. >> peaceful, united, we'll never be defeated. >> reporter: on day four, hundreds continue their protest. >> we can't get no justice, then you don't get no peace. >> reporter: it doesn't look like this is going to stop.
their call once again, release the tapes, not entirely satisfied. >> don't you do it. >> with this cell phone video recorded by the widow of keith lamont scott. you can't see her husband's reaction or whether or not he even has a gun as police allege. seconds later, gunshots. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: scott was dead, shot by police. >> did you shoot him? >> reporter: we don't know what happened before scott's wife began recording her video. >> they're actual putting the handcuffs on him. >> reporter: tonight there is new video showing what happened after the shooting. police still haven't released their footage. >> they're marching and chanting, that's great. we support expression of their first amendment rights. >> reporter: tonight a soft kir few of midnight remains in effect. >> if they do it in a peaceful way, that's the charlotte way. i'm calling on that to happen again. we want to get basketback as so possible to the charlotte we know and love. >> no matter how long it takes
for us to be out here, we will be out here. >> reporter: and the mayor wants the state to finish their investigation and release all of the videos. but, again, she thinks they are as inconclusive as scott's widow's video. an hour ago, hillary clinton postponed her upcoming trip to charlotte. the mayor asked the presidential candidates to delay any visits to charlotte so the city can use its resources to recover from the unrest. instead of visiting this sunday, clinton will now visit the following sunday. today clinton tweeted that charlotte should release the police video of the scott shooting. there are reports that donald trump is also considering a visit to charlotte at some point. meanwhile trump picked up a long-awaited endorsement from a former republican rival. texas senator ted cruz. >> vote your conscience. vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust. >> that was cruz getting booed during the rnc this summer after not endorsing trump there.
today cruz posted a statement on facebook saying voting for trump is the only way to prevent hillary clinton from becoming president. count on nbc10 for every angle of monday's presidential debate. our special news coverage runs from 4:00 to 6:30 monday evening, and then catch our hour-long debate night special live at xfinity live starting at 7:00. then the main event. nbc's lester holt will moderate the debate starting at 9:00. you can get full highlights and reaction on nbc10 news at 11:00. to our weather now, and showers moving through parts of our area. you can see them right now on the nbc10 first alert radar right there. and even if you don't see any rain where you are, you can expect a big temperature plunge for the weekend. erica martine has your nbc10 first alert neighborhood forecast. >> we do have some scattered showers moving through parts of central and northern new jersey. right now it is dry in philadelphia. current temperature, 75 degrees. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you will see your local neighborhood forecast. the winds are mild right now, so
not a big story as far as winds go. but as jim just mentioned, satellite radar image picking up on some returns there. we're seeing some greens moving through parts of northern, central new jersey. i do think the philly metro area will get a scattered shower through the overnight headquarters, especially between the hours of 6:00 and 9:00, certainly not going to be a washout, but just not totally dry. now, our pattern change begins. we have cooler air sliding into place, so that means cooler temperatures by tomorrow. certainly by sunday. overnight lows dropping into the 40s sunday into monday. more details coming up in my full forecast. back to you. >> she was sitting on the step minding her business when she got jumped. now to an nbc10 exclusive. a 12-year-old girl attacked outside a library. cell phone video shows several girls beating her up in fish town. the attack left her with a sprained neck, and now police are investigating. nbc10's brandon hudson has the exclusive report. >> reporter: a 12-year-old girl was coming from the library when
she said a group of girls attacked her right at this intersection. she didn't even know them, and this was all caught on a cell phone. kicked and punched over and over. this quick video clip shared exclusively with nbc10 shows why kayla watson hasn't been to school in the past couple days. >> i have a sprained neck. >> reporter: wearing a neck brace from wednesday's attack, watson appeared in good spirits thanks to support from her friends. >> they've been calling me, checking up on me every day after school and before school. >> reporter: but there are still questions about this seemingly random attack outside a library on east montgomery avenue. this is a photo of how the seventh grader spent that night, lying on her back in the hospital. tonight we learned philadelphia police are investigating. >> she got snooker punched on the back of her neck and her back. if it wasn't for a young man driving by to stop the fight and call the cops, she could have been killed. >> reporter: nbc10 learned the
attackers go to middle school but the victim does not. a spokesman for the school district of philadelphia says all school district protocols and procedures are being followed but didn't talk about any disciplinary action. kayla watson's grandfather says penn treaty's principal is working on a solution, but it may be too soon. >> she's scared to go back to have a sit down. she told them no the other day. >> reporter: the family says they appreciate the principal's initiative to reach a solution. kayla watson says she hopes she can return to school tuesday after meeting with a surgeon. in fish town, i'm brandon hudson, nbc10 news. a break in the case of an 8-year-old girl shot and killed in camden this morning. u.s. marshals arrested 18-year-old tyhan brown in tennessee where police say he was hiding. brown is charged with first-degree murder in the death of gabby hill-carter. she was caught in the crossfire of a gang-related shoot-out last month. police say brown bragged about the crime to a former cell mate. investigators are still looking for up to four other gunmen
involved. former congressman chaka pa ta was back in a philadelphia courtroom today. he's challenging his conviction on corruption charges. back in june a jury found him guilty of taking an illegal $1 million loan for a failed may oral campaign and then using taxpayer money to pay it back. his lawyers are now asking a federal court to overturn the conviction. they're relying on a supreme court ruling that vacated the sentence of former virginia governor bob mcdonnell. fattah is set to be sentenced next month. could governor chris christie be impeached? new jersey lawmakers are researching whether to push for his impeachment the odds of that happening are 50-50. a majority of the 80 member assembly would need to agree to bring articles of impeachment against him, and it comes as prosecutors in the bridgegate trial suggest that christie knew more about those bridge lane closures than he let on. christie has never been charged in the bridgegate scandal, but two of his former allies are now
on trial. former christie aide david weldstein testified that creating the bridge traffic jam back in 2013 was part of a plan to boost governor christie's re-election bid. wildstein pleaded guilty to conspiracy for his role in the traffic jam last year. a construction project to help relieve traffic in south jersey is making the congestion heavier tonight. skyforce10 flying over the backup caused by crews painting and installing barriers for a new temporary ramp. that ramp will lead from route 42 north to 295 north in belmar. it's part of a highway project that will last for years, but the temporary ramp will be all set by 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. once again, video is fueling new passions after a police shooting, and tonight mayor kenney weighs in on what would happen if philadelphia faced the situation that's happening in charlotte. also mistaken identity. the surveillance video that led to a twist in a delaware county
tonight the events in charlotte are raising a debate around the country about when police departments should release video. nbc10's drew smith asked philadelphia's mayor about that and looks back at the timeline of some big local cases. >> reporter: in a week where two police shootings got big attention, the city of tulsa quickly put out aerial and ground video. protests there remained calm. but in charlotte, the only video evidence has come from the victim's wife, who shared this from her cell phone. >> don't shoot him. >> reporter: charlotte's chief says releasing police video could make tensions worse. >> i know the expectation that video footage can be the panacea, and i can tell you that is not quite the case. >> reporter: he points to maintaining the integrity of the investigation. >> show me your hands. >> reporter: last year in south jersey, it took public records requests and three weeks' time to see this dash cam video of the police shooting of jerome
reed. the officers were later not charged in that case. >> police brutality. >> reporter: in philadelphia, several months of community unrest passed before official release of surveillance video in the brandon tate brown case, shown after the officers were cleared. >> the public has to know what's going on. >> reporter: today philadelphia's mayor, jim kenney, celebrated the opening of a police athletic league center, praising this type of community policing. kenney acknowledges what happened in sat lot can teach us something. >> be transparent, get the information out there to the public as soon as possible. >> reporter: transparency encouraged after seeing the danger of a public left in the dark. drew smith, nbc10 news. a twist in a delaware county murder mystery. police say they've now cleared their original person of interest. yeadon police initially said this surveillance video showed the victim's ex-boyfriend calling him a suspect. but while officers are still interested in talking to this
man right here, they now say that is not the ex-boyfriend after all. it's all part of the search for natasha gibson's killer. police followed a blood trail from the murder scene in yeadon into southwest philadelphia. on a lighter note, boat house row will be showing off its new lights at a free show tomorrow. but tonight we get a sneak peek. the famous row got a major light upgrade just before the dnc and tomorrow's free street festival to celebrate the relighting starts at 5:00 along the schuylkill river trail. that is just beautiful. erika, warm night out there as well tonight. but tomorrow it's going to feel like fall, isn't it? >> oh, yes, jim. so we certainly took advantage of just how warm it has been, and as you're mentioning, cooler temperatures by tomorrow. be sure you look at the bottom of your screen for your local neighborhood forecast. highs for today, doylestown, you take the cake here at 90 degrees. mount holly, 88 for you. philadelphia, 89 degrees. 86 for allentown. however, i am tracking this pattern change already
beginning. notice the jet stream dipping on down. cooler air sliding into place. high and dry for this weekend for the most part. in just one moment, i will explain. whether stories include tracking this cool down and some developing clouds through the overnight hours. however, we could see a couple of passing showers. in fact radar already picking some up. central and northern new jersey. tomorrow we do have that cool down already beginning. so here it is, satellite radar image picking up on some greens, denote something showers moving in from the northwest toward the southeast. otherwise conditions mainly dry. starting at 11:00 p.m., getting this going through tomorrow. notice you're seeing some greens out there. mainly some clouds. everything moving offshore and then improving as the day progresses. so we do have clearer skies by tomorrow certainly into sunday. so big changes to our temperatures. upper 80s today. mid-70s by tomorrow. low 70s for sunday and monday. so our weather recap. w a chilly monday a.m. and
tracking some showers monday into tuesday. something of course you have to keep in mind. future temperatures by early sunday morning. notice these temperatures, some 40s and some 50s. certainly a lot cooler. get those jackets handy. you will need them. and a look ahead into next week. tracking the potential for some showers monday into tuesday. so get the umbrellas handy as well. otherwise, your ten-day on 10 looking like this. we have cooler temperatures by this weekend. clouds developing by monday into tuesday. get the jackets ready, umbrellas possibly for monday into tuesday. then tracking some showers next thursday into friday. be sure you follow us on social media for more updates. we have breaking news out of washington state right now to tell you about. four people confirmed dead in a mall shooting there. police say the shooter or shooters left the mall before officers got there. we are told the mall is called the cascade mall. it's about an hour north of seattle. it is clearing out right now. police don't know how many
>> announcer: this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. i'm danny pommells from csn. the eagles faced their toughest test yet this season in the form of the pittsburgh steelers here in south philly. doug pederson looking to become the first coach in history to win his first three games at the helm. carson wentz on the practice field. he's shown through two games no doubt he belongs in the nfl. continues to take a lot of unnecessary punishment when he runs with the football. here's wents on how he's learning to protect himself. >> i keep reminding myself it's one of those things that as a
young quarterback, i'm trying to every day just remind myself, even when i'm watching film, like how could i have prevented even in practice? what would i have done there? all those things. it's something i'm still learning. you know, obviously i got to keep learning. >> if you don't know, now you know. nbc10 is your official eagles station. the only place to get exclusive pre- and post game coverage. it all starts sunday morning at 9:30 for eagles game day kickoff. after the game join us for highlights and exclusive interview with head coach doug pederson. plus you can kick it over to comcast sports net at 3:00 p.m. for a super sized edition of eagles pregame taking you right up to kickoff between the steelers and eagles. this sunday where else but on csn. >> the phillies looking for revenge on the mets after a walk-off win thursday night. we pick it up in the third. mike held franco at the dish and a bomb to left field. 24th of the season for franco. up by two.
that didn't last long. the mets come storming back in the fifth. michael conforto spanks one up and out. 3-1. mets come from behind once again to beat the phillies 10-5. nod your head in agreement. yeah, it's time for the best of the best of our area on our weekly high school blitz featuring -- everybody taking it to the house. friday night football in your living room next.
shooting at a mall right here. police say the shooter or shooters left the mall before officers got there. but as this chopper shot zooms in, you will see a large presence of emergency vehicles there in the parking lot. this is at the cascade mall. it's about an hour north of seattle if you're familiar with that area. the mall is being cleared out right now. police do not know exactly how many suspects there may be. but stay with the nbc10 app for any updates and breaking details. time now for the blitz. one of the featured games in south of jersey featured a battle of unbeatens. clear view taking on timber creek. ♪ nothing like that horn section. strike up the band on this friday night. second quarter, timber creek up until jared baker gets through the defense and scampers in for
the score. that was fool's gold. the charger defense stiffens. what a hit there later in the quarter. all timber creek in this one. 49-7 the final. seneca and camden. the camden cheerleaders getting the crowd ready to go. love that purple and gold. the home team puts on a show as well. drew harris whips a pass to ja juan hudson. all alone in the end zone. camden up 7-0. easton and white hall. gilbert with the zone read. he keeps it for the score from 14 yards out. white hill wins 17-10. castle rock abington. the kids with the three names can usually ball. look at him go. defenders just in his wake as he goes 33 yards to the end zone. city action. ben franklin and washington. you got to love the electrons nickname. devin darden airing it out. near side to justin white.
he's into the green. 25-yard 2u67d. touchdown. ben franklin rolls 65-18. central on the road at frankford. it was all central in this one. the lanszers key shawn grant finds some room, and he gone. central stays perfect, shutting out frankford 28-0. southern hosting mlk. have a look at southern's za kie samuels taking it around the outside and end zone. party of one, your table's ready. 62 yards to the house. time now for a bird's-eye view with some skylights. cd west hosting ben salem. ben salem's dra saun moore with the handoff to keith parrish the third. he's off and runs it 51 yards and gets the pylon. they mark him down for one. he will later score on the drive and hang on for the win, 28-21. archbishop looking for their win. seals the envelope on some airmail to mark webb.
spiderman, spiderman. 27-yard score. here are the candidates for next week's game of the week. imhoe tep taking on malvern prep. st. joseph at pennsville. call or text your vote to the number on your screen. you can also vote at nbc10.com and on the nbc10 app. as for tonight's game of the week, the last time bonner prendy were featured, they were knocking over fences. no one was injured in the filming of that clip right there. they won in the final minute. what drama would the friars have in store for tonight? find out next.
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>> announcer: game of the week is brought to you by your local ford store. home of america's favorite brand. healthy dose of our game of the week. bonner-prendie. they futuput on a show winning the very last minute. what do they have in store tonight against unbeaten cardinal harris? delco is all about hospitality. second quarter, tom o'hara keeps it for the o'hara score. yes, his name is o'hara. 14-0. current panther cory brown
watching his brother justin san till la. doing his thing, lays out to make a diving grab. later in the quarter, san till la on the slam. 21-0 nothing o'hara. one more time san till la gets free. this is a 47-yard touchdown. all cardinal o'hara in this one. they improve to 5-0 and get the won. a microcosm for their entire season. props to o'hara. thanks to bonner-prendie for playing. thank you for watching this edition of the high school blitz. nbc10 news at 11:00 wraps up right now. up next, the tonight show with jimmy fallon. good night. we'll see you next time. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- will forte, haley bennett,