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duty, this morning wilmington is coming to grips to the death of two firefighters, two more are fighting to survive critical injuries. we will have a live update from the hospital. under arrest, police capture the man they say opened fire at a washington state shopping mall killing five people, now investigators are trying to put the pieces together to figure out the motive for the shooting. let's take a live look outside at lincoln financial field. the forecast has a fall-like feel that will make it perfect football weather for today's eagles match up against the steelers. 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. you may need a sweatshirt or light jacket if you're heading out to the game.
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meteorologist krystal klei has the details on the cooler weather. krystal. >> after dealing with 90s so much recently it's going to feel cool this afternoon. in fact, this morning it was a little chilly out there. we are looking right now at still those dark skies but it's also a dry sky, we are not tracking any rain. what we are looking at currently is just those temperatures. 55 degrees outside. if you go areas like the lehigh valley, some of the suburbs we are looking at 40s on portions of the map. so it is definitely a chill to start your day. now, temperaturewise what we're looking at for the next several days is going to be those cooler temperatures, more seasonal. we saw 89 friday and yesterday as expected the big drop. we hit 73 as the high temperature saturday and that was actually the early a.m. hours we only peaked at 72 degrees. today afternoon temperatures peaking at 72 degrees and
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tuesday that turing in the 70s. we are now looking at after that cold front a cooler air mass holding over our area. today sunshine will be holding over the area as well. a wider view shows us there are no clouds, no rain heading our direction, at least not yet. now, as we move forward you can see the bottom of your screen those rolling seven day forecasts we do have the potential for rain and that chance of showers it picks up in the overnight into your tuesday we are going to take a look more closely at that with your future model coming up in a few minutes. a city in mourning, wilmington is remembering two firefighters who lost their lives trying to save people in a burning row home this weekend. lieutenant christopher leach spent 14 years with the wilmington fire department and senior firefighter jerry if i cans was a 13 year veteran.
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this morning two more remain in the hospital in critical condition. monique braxton is live at crozer-chester medical center in delaware county where the injured firefighters are being treated. monique. >> reporter: it is all quiet here at the hospital as you can see over my shoulder, a much different scene than yesterday evening. the firefighters who passed away are being hailed adds heroes this morning. grief grips the city of wilmington. a bugle plays, flags are at half-staff, bunting symbolizing the sadness felt in wilmington. we were at a local high school when mourners prayed and held theirself close. many grew up with or worked with the two firefighters who perished, chris leach and jerry if i cans. vice president joe biden visited the fire scene as did delaware senator chris coombs.
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>> they are superheroes, both fantastic firefighters, they love their community. >> firefighters trapped. >> investigators tell us smoke detectors woke up the family of six on lakeview road. firefighters rushed in not knowing everyone had escaped, as the floor became soft and collapsed under the intense heat and flames a handful of firefighters were trapped. two of the firefighters who survived are here in the burn unit in critical condition, two others have been treated and released. no doubt we will continue to follow this investigation and have the latest for you as we get it. live for now outside crozer-chester, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. you heard monique just say t count on nbc 10 to keep you updated on this fire investigation. also right now on the nbc 10 app you can learn more about the firefighters who lost their lives. in washington state the man wanted for shooting and killing
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five people at a shopping mall is under arrest. police captured 20-year-old arcan cetin 24 hours after they say he gunned down four women and a man inside a department store. take a look, this is a surveillance manual of the suspect, authorities say he opened fire at a macy's cosmetics counter in washington on friday night. the mall is an hour's drive from seattle. a police lieutenant from a town that's not too far from the mall describes how he and his partner captured the suspect. >> i saw an individual walking northbound on the sidewalk and i instantly recognized that that is the person i just viewed on my computer. i did an abrupt u-turn, hit my lights, pulled my gun, myself and a reserve deputy took the individual into custody. >> authorities list cetin as a legal u.s. resident who immigrated from turkey. police say he does have a criminal record that includes domestic violence, assault charges, a motive for the deadly
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gunfire is not clear yet. according to the fbi there is no indication it was a terrorist act, but local police say they are not ruling anything out. you are looking at a fifth straight night of protests in charlotte, north carolina, just hours after police released their video of the deadly shooting of a black man by a black officer. this now is that police video that i just mentioned. you can see that it showed portions of the shooting. protesters demanded that police release this video after the officer shot and killed keith scott last tuesday. officers are also sharing details from the investigation, holster and a gun they say was recovered from the scene. according to investigators lab results indicate that scott's fingerprints and dna were on the weapon, but the police chief
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says the new video doesn't answer all of the questions. >> there is no definitive visual evidence that he had a gun in his hand. you can see something in the hand. and that he pointed it at an officer. >> we are left with far more questions than we have answers. >> scott's family says that they are thankful police released the new information but they question why deadly force was used. the state of north carolina is now conducting a separate investigation in this case. in tulsa hundreds of mourners packed a church this weekend to remember an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by a white police officer. family and friends came together yesterday to remember 40-year-old terence crutcher. as you can see this dash cam and chopper radio released by the police in tulsa shows crutcher with his hands in the air, he was shot while standing next to his suv that broke down in the middle of the road. officer betty jo shelby is charged with manslaughter. police in baltimore are looking for three gunmen this
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morning after a group of eight people was shot last night, one of the victims is a three-year-old girl. all are expected to survive. the police commissioner says the shooting happened outside some row homes when the three men moved in on the group from different points. the commissioner called the violence retaliation for a shooting in the same neighborhood. eight minutes past 6:00. still ahead, cuba deal on the heels of the u.s. warming up relations with cuba china is beefing up its investment in that country. plus runners and walkers get ready to pound the pavement to fight childhood cancer, a preview of this race coming up next.
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in the midwest folks living along the cedar river are preparing for flooding. hundreds of people showed up in
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cedar river to prepare flood bag bags. >> let's take a look at your sunday. it really is going to be a great day out there. as we move along today we will warm up. right now we are sitting at 55 degrees the time 6:11. by 10:00 a.m. of 63 degrees. it will still feel cool into the afternoon, look at the low to mid 70s. that's something you will notice across each board here, we are at the lehigh valley, 45 degrees currently. those upper 60s, low 70s just squeaking it in there into the low 70s in some parts of the lehigh valley. new jersey the same, even through your lunch hour still in
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those 60s outside. i'd say maybe a light jacket, i put on a sweater yesterday, it was a thin one, though. 71 by 4:00 p.m. with those winds 5 to 10 miles per hour. not quite as breezy as yesterday, either. i'm just showing off how nice it is across the board. lunch hour 67 degrees. into the afternoon delaware should make their way spots the low to mid 70s where we'll peak. 4:00 p.m. 71 degrees. more on the forecast for your sunday as well as your workweek ahead coming up. 12 minutes past 6:00 right now. on this sunday here is a live look over the ben franklin parkway, the sight of today's parkway run and walk if you're interested in participating registration starts this morning at 7:00, the event begins at 8:30. it covers the parkway and part of mlk drive before finishing at the oval. proceeds benefit the cancer center at the children's
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hospital of philadelphia. you can get out and run this morning to raise money for research for penn's institute on aging. it kicks off at 8:00 this morning. participants will run and walk through penn park in university city. money raised from this event will go towards stepping up the pace when it comes to age-related research. a hash i thinker of fall along with the cooler weather, you know the season is changing when we get ready to stay good-bye to the summertime landmark in philly. we will have the details ahead. third president?
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cuba is strengthening its trading relationship with china. yesterday in havana cuban and chinese officials signed several agreements, one of them involves chinese investment in tourism infrastructure projects and telecommunications. china is cuba's second largest
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trading partner after venezuela. trade between cuba and china last year reached $1.6 billion. back in the u.s. in new orleans yesterday dozens of protesters tried to take down the statue of president andrew jackson. police officers showed up and did not allow the demonstrators to get near the statue. group leaders say they are hoping the protest helps hasten the removal of four confederate monuments in the city. wall street will be among those keeping an eye on the presidential debate tomorrow night. susan lee takes a look at what's ahead this week in business news. >> candidates debate, nightly reports and movie memorabilia hits the auction block all in the week ahead. markets will be watching monday night's presidential debates for the candidates' latest economic plans and any movement in the polls afterwards. cruise line giants carve val starts off the week with earnings reports when it releases ruts on monday morning. other big names include nike on tuesday and pepsico on thursday.
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the economic calendar is busy with data on housing and the consumer, but home sales due out on monday followed up by pending home sales figures on thursday, consumer confidence numbers released on tuesday and consumer sentiment out on friday. finally serious film buffs may want to head to london on tuesday with props being cause of actioned off from 160 movies, highlights include a rebel helmet from the original "star wars" film, that is expected to fetch up to $90,000 and steven spielberg's clapper board from jaws. i'm susan lee, get all your business news on cnbc. prince william and his wife kate are in canada with their two children. they arrived yesterday in british columbia. today the royal couple go to vancouver to meet with a newly arrived refugee family from syria. this is william and kate's first official trip overseas as a
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family of four. they will spend eight days in canada. and we're beginning with your neighborhoods as they are right now, we have 40s on the board, prepare for t here on your sunday. right now looking at the pennsylvania suburbs, cochranville 45 and unionville the same. 51 west bradford township. a lot of 40s out there. malvern 47 degrees and it just keeps coming. take a look at this. warring ton 48, north whales 42 degrees outside. starting to flirt with almost making it into the 30s in some spots. same in the lehigh valley, with he see 40s. we shift over to the delaware neighborhoods more along the 50s, harmony hills at 50 degrees and wilmington at 54 degrees, we drop farther to the south and you will see much of the same, those 50s on the board, felton 53, lincoln 54 and lewis beach
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63 degrees the current temperature. radar and satellite this is a big wider view it shows that overall we've got clear conditions to start and it's going to be clear conditions throughout the day. there's nothing coming our direction. at least not yet. there is storm activity way off to the west of us, that will be affecting us but not for quite some time. if you want to squeak in maybe one last shore trip you can, but i'm telling you temperatures aren't going to be quite as warm as a few weeks ago. 70 for your sunday in brig a teen with sunny conditions outside in wildwood also looking like those low 70s just barely making it in at 71 degrees for your sunday afternoon in wildwood. this morning temperatures dropping down into the lower 50s along some parts of the shore. cape may you have that sun, it does still feel warm outside, won't be quite as cold as maybe it started to feel yesterday morning when you see the cloudier conditions. i think it's a mind over matter thing, too. here is your hour by hour
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forecast for today as we said clear conditions are on the board. there's the activity i was talking about well to the west of us. we start putting this into motion and we will zoom into our area. there we are by tonight, still the showers way out of our reach and we stay clear and that continues into monday morning as well. as we move into monday evening that's when we start to see scattered activity near harrisburg and points into parts of central pennsylvania. monday night into tuesday there's where we start to see the showers move through tuesday morning and those should linger into parts of the day as well. there's the first seven days of your ten-day forecast. rain moving through monday night into tuesday, still in the 70s. we continue in those mid 70s through your workweek and we will pull in another chance of rain on friday. the forecast is a little iffy here, models back and forth on rain continues through the weekend. right now partly cloudy but possibly isolated storms, that is something we will continue to update you on in the days to
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come. take a look at this, buffalo were roaming the streets of one north carolina town this weekend. all because of the weather. three buffalo were spotted on a residential street in windsor, north carolina. when a nearby river spilled its bank after heavy rain workers at the local zoo released the animals for their own safety because of the flooding. get ready to say good-bye to this pop up park at penn's landing, this is the last day for the spruce street harbor park, it's the last day to enjoy it until next year. the annual fall fun fest by the bay continues in margate, runs from 11:00 until 5:00 this afternoon. there you can enjoy music, food, boat rides and crafts for the kids. irish eyes will continue to be smiling at the 25th annual irish fall festival in north wildwood, the largest irish festival on
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the east coast, a quarter of a million visitors are expected to take part. listen to traditional irish music from the police and firemen drum and piper band, also plenty of vendors where you can pick out green memories. carson wentz. woo. yeah. >> yeah. are you on the wentz wagon? coming up next john clark takes a look at the carson craziness going on around the league and around our region.
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also plenty of vendors where you around our region.
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a little bit later on today the eagles return to action against their cross state rivals the steelers, the birds are looking to run up their record to a perfect 3-0. if they1-iy do it will only add
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the carson wentz craziness that's been going on in philly. the host of eagles game day kickoff john clark has more. >> eagle fans jumping on the carson wentz wagon. >> on television. >> eagles fans are carson crazy. >> carson wentz the rookie from north dakota state. >> in newspapers and the internet. >> carson wentz. woo. yeah. >> and definitely on radio. >> i know how desperate we are for our franchise quarterbacks, this kid is aaron rodgers. ♪ >> pennsylvania has become wentzylvania. >> whatever it is i'm doing i really just want to excel in and really push myself to be the best. >> the wentz wagon even stopped for the brewers/cubs game at wrig lease fielded on sunday. >> wentz takes the snap, he steps up, firinger not end zone.
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caught. touchdown! >> but behind the rookie's success is his veteran backup who has put together a daily schedule that has helped carson succeed. >> at my urging what we've done is at 5:30 in the morning thing, we've got up, got here, got an hour, hour and a half of film before the day started, felt good, worked out in the morning and got all that done so practice was over we were able to get in and get our film work done with the team. >> he is a true professional and he knows what it takes to prepare and what it's like. coming in and having him kind of help kind of create a schedule and i can more or less just take what schedule he's been using for eight years. >> we will have more on wentz and the eagles coming up in sports a little later on this hour. you can get plenty more from john clark in our special eagles game day kickoff, that comes up later this morning at 9:30. find out why frank like is ripping the bird's rookie quarterback. after the game join nbc 10 for
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highlights and an interview with coach feeder son. the city of wilmington to grips with two firefighters killed in the collapse of a home. nbc 10's monique braxton is following this story. monique. >> reporter: the dawning of a second painful day for the family of firefighters, we are working to find out when funeral arrangements will be completed. and a live look, our radar and satellite shows us no storms to track today, it's all about the sunshine outside. here is a live look from battleship, new jersey, where already we're seeing the blue skies.
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the loss of two firefighters killed while trying to save a family in a burning row home. two others remain in the hospital in critical condition. we're live with the latest. shooter caught.
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police in washington state arrest a suspect whom they say opened fire at a shopping mall killing five people. how he was taken down and what we're learning about him straight ahead. protesters were back on the streets in charlotte, this as police release some of the dash and body cam videos of their deadly confrontation with an african-american man earlier this week. good morning, welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors, it's 6:30 on this sunday. the sun is coming up, looking like a great day ahead but just a little cool out there. meteorologist krystal klei has more on our first alert neighborhood forecast. >> yeah, rosemary you're exactly right. the forecast for today is looking very good. temperature wise similar to yesterday except for the morning because this morning it is a cool start. temperatures are certainly lower outside now than they were just 24 hours ago. we will get to that map in a
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second. as we move forward today we are looking at 70s and sunny. yesterday in the afternoon the clouds started to break and that's where we moved into, those lower 70s across the map. similar today as well into tonight. yet again the fall chill, those cooler temperatures we have been seeing do continue. there is a look at your temperatures as they currently sit, 45 allentown, 55 philadelphia, we are at 49 right now clm and atlantic city and 47 mt. holly. some of us now certainly into the 40s. look at that comparison to 24 hours ago. we are looking at the temperature change quite considerable out there. looks like our map doesn't want to, but i can tell you that the temperature change is about a 20 degree difference from yesterday morning around this time in some areas. so what we are looking at is that you might want that light jacket as you step out the door moving through this morning, even this afternoon dressing for the more fall-like weather. here is a look at your radar and satellite, not tracking a thing but we may start to track storms
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moving into your workweek, we will take a closer look at that coming up in a few minutes plus more details on the extended ten-day forecast. the wilmington community is mourning the loss of two firefighters killed in the line of duty, this as two others remain in the hospital this morning in critical condition. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at crozer-chester medical center in delaware county where those injured firefighters are being treated. monique. >> reporter: that's right, rosemary, the dawning of a very sad day here for this community. all is quiet outside the hospital, much different scene than we saw yesterday evening. two tier have been treated and released, the other two are here in critical condition as you mentioned, the family of firefighters feeling enormous grief this morning. >> we gather this afternoon to mourn the loss of two fallen heroes who gave their lives so that others may be safe. >> reporter: we were at a local high school where a flag flies at half-staff.
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many grew up with and worked with the two firefighters who perished. chris leach and jerry fikes. vice president joe biden visited the fire scene as did delaware senator chris coons. >> remind all of us how grateful we should be for all of our first responders who take up jobs where every day they don't know if they will come home. >> firefighters trapped. >> reporter: investigators tell us smoke detectors woke up the family of six on lakeview road. firefighters rushed in, not knowing everyone had escaped. as the floor became soft and collapsed under the intense heat and flames a handful of firefighters were trapped. once again, two have been éreleased,e firefighters who survived are here in the burn unit in critical condition. no doubt we will be following the investigation. we are also reaching out to find out what the latest is on the funeral arrangements. live for now outside
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crozer-chester, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. you can follow this fire investigation. also right now on the nbc 10 app you can learn more about the tier who lost their lives. let's head now to washington state. the man wanted for shooting and killing five people at a mall there is now under arrest. police captured 20-year-old arcan cetin one day after they say he gunned down four women and a man in a department store. take a look. this is a surveillance image of the suspect near the macy's cosmetics counter a at that mall in washington on friday night. according to investigators the motive for the gun fire is unclear. the fbi says there is no indication it was a terrorist act, but police say they are not ruling anything out. coming up in our next half hour you will hear more about the suspect and how law enforcement caught him.
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a fifth night of protests in charlotte, north carolina, just hours after police released their video of the deadly shooting of a black man by a black officer. the shooting has touched off demonstrations all week long. nbc's sara rosario has the latest from charlotte. >> reporter: chanting in unison, hundreds unite again on the streets of charlotte protesting the shooting death of keith scott. now different videos, one from keith scott's wife. >> don't shoot him. >> reporter: and the latest from charlotte police are fueling their fight and raising questions, was the shooting justified. >> that is the most important question that has to be answered. >> in the spirit of transparency you're going to get everything that we can deliver. >> reporter: police chief kerr putney admits it's the not the entire video but portions relevant to the case including pictures of marijuana, a holster
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and gun that investigators say was loaded despite scott's family saying he didn't have a weapon. >> drop the gun. >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he is not going to do anything to you guys. >> we are left with far more questions than we have answers. >> reporter: and both parties agree it's too hard to tell in either video even though police say lab tests show scott's fingerprints on the gun and you can hear officers drop the gun as scott gets out of the car and seen backing away, soon after shots are fired. >> if laws were violated i would >> reporter: chief putney says the fatal fire came from only one officer and says no one will face charges. he says all involved reacted appropriately. this as the state conducts its own investigation which scott's family hopes will prove his innocence. >> he was an american citizen who deserved better. >> reporter: and for protesters
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something worth fighting for. sara rosario, nbc news, charlotte. in tulsa hundreds of mourners packed a church this weekend to remember an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by a white police officer. family and friends came together yesterday to remember who-year-old terence crutcher. dash cam and chopper video released by police in this case shows crutcher with his hands in the air. he was shot while standing next to his suv that broke down in the middle of the road. officer betty jo shelby is charged with manslaughter in his death. the presidential candidates are deep in debate prep. we will tell you how they're getting ready. plus a major newspaper gets behind democrat hillary clinton giving her their endorsement. and washington, d.c. celebrates the brand opening of a brand new african-american history museum. coming up you will hear what president obama says the museum means for all americans and for the protests that are happening
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and beginning with your neighborhoods today temperatures will be great no matter where you are this afternoon. cookstown 72 degrees the forecast high for us, along the lehigh valley mostly staying around those lower 70s and light winds throughout today, sunny conditions across the board. in west chester 71 degrees, phoenixville at 71 and through the pennsylvania suburbs lower 70s. lower to mid 70s in philadelphia, fair mount 74 degrees. moving into new jersey, 72 the forecast temperature for trenton, along the shore almost
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no difference as we move into the afternoon. 72 galloway township into atlantic city at 72 as well. over to delaware, wilmington, not much change here, right, 72 wilmington, dover at 71 and rehoboth beach 71 degrees. already in the low 60s this morning. not going to be a lot of change as we move forward. it's been a pretty dry september, we saw rain on the 1st and the 19th, all the yellows you see in between dry days, no measurable rain in philadelphia, we do have chances of rain on the board twice before the end of the month, that will be coming up on tuesday and friday. i will expand on that potential especially for your tuesday across neighborhoods. we will look at that and more on temperatures as we move into your next workweek all coming up. hey, the eagles could go to 3-0 for just the seventh time since 1960 if they can beat the steelers. it's a big match up with a pair of two big quarterback, we will hear from carson wentz and big ben, that is next in sports.
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on the eve of this first presidential debate, presidential nominees hillary clinton and donald trump are preparing. trump will be spending the day at his golf club in north jersey, clinton will be at her home in new york. the showdown is set for tomorrow night at hofstra university in long island. you can count on nbc 10 for every angle. our special news coverage begins tomorrow evening, runs from 4 to 6:30. we are live at xfinity live in south philadelphia starting at 7:00. then the clinton/trump debate at 8:00. lester holt will moderate. get the full highlights and fwraeks post debate on nbc 10 news at 11:00.
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i'm running to be the voice of the forgotten men and women of this country. >> republican nominee donald trump rallied supporters in roanoke, virginia, last night. there he claimed hillary clinton has done nothing to help women and children despite her past property and platform for change. "new york times" is endorsing democrat hillary clinton for president. the newspaper's editorial board cites her experience, service and policy proposals, the paper also calls donald trump the worst nominee put ford by a major party in modern american history. clinton is sending two high profile surrogates to campaign for her in philadelphia this week. on tuesday vice president joe biden will be campaigning for clinton at a voter registration event on the campus of drexel university and on wednesday first lady michelle obama will be visiting the city, her visit comes two weeks after her husband held his own rally for clinton at eakins oval. supporters of clinton and donald
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trump will be joining chuck todd this morning to discuss the first dwat, that comes your way on "meet the press" at 10:30. today the clinton campaign will hold a voter registration drive in the philadelphia suburbs. urging people to sign up in elkins park at 3:15 today, norristown at 4:30 and west chester at 7:45. pennsylvania's voter registration deadline is october 11th. the first national museum devoted exclusively to the history and culture of african-americans is now open in washington, d.c. america's first black president and the 99-year-old daughter of a slave range the historic freedom bell to open the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture. president obama says the museum will help americans better understand each other. >> this is the place to understand how protests and love
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of country don't merely coexist, but inform each other. how men can proudly win the gold for their country but still insist on raising a black gloved fist. >> nearly 4,000 artifacts are on display at the museum which is free to visitors. let's take a look at your temperatures now we shift over to the lehigh valley this morning. a lot of 40s out there as well and some of them the lower 40s. we're sitting at 43 in allentown, cookstown 46. across the board a lot of us in the 40s here. easton 43 the current temperature as you step out the door. you might want to grab the jacket as you get out there early on this morning. the jersey shore obvious
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difference right along the shore and a little farther inland. 56 atlantic city, but 47 mays landing as well as egg harbor township and 49 dennis township. mostly we are, again, seeing those 50s over parts of delaware and philadelphia. your radar and satellite this morning, it's clear out there pretty much across the mid-atlantic, up through new england. we are tracking high level clouds maybe spotting across the stie but the focus is on all this activity well to our west right now because that's going to be heading our direction. it will take until tuesday to get to us. if you're going to the puerto rican parade, start time at lunch 67 degrees, by the end of the parade 72 degrees. it will be a nice day to be outside no rather what event you are attending. there are a lot of events going
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on this weekend. fall is certainly here, beautiful sunday no matter where you are the temperatures will be good today and all of us are looking right around the lower 70s. the warmest we have got 74 in philadelphia, 72 your temperature in the pennsylvania suburbs and only at 70 the lehigh valley to the jersey shore with plenty of sunshine out there today and hold op to it while you can because we're going to start seeing increasing clouds for your workweek with chances of rain starting to build back in. tuesday is the focus. really it's late, late monday night into your early tuesday and then spreading into the day. you see that for philadelphia, dover and atlantic city. not quite as great of a chance in reading although i think this is going a bit low here, we will start to see that chance pick up again as we move later on into the workweek. by friday areas like philadelphia and dover and atlantic city may see the next round of rain as well. here is a look at the ten-day forecast. the rain we were talking about on tuesday comes with 73 your forecast high. look at the overnights in those
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mid to upper 50s pretty consistently through the workweek. your next chance of rain on friday but temperaturewise very constant in those 70s, mid 70s through the weekend. we are looking at clouds building in but potentially a chance of rain yet again. this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x 1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> i'm john clark. eagles/steelers today at 4:25. if doug pederson can win he will become the first eagles coach to win his first three games with the team but a big challenge. good battle of quarterbacks, ben roethlisberger had success in his rookie season just like carson wentz, big ben won the first 14 games of his career and carson is honored that some have compared him to ben. they're similar in physical stature. >> i've always admired the way he plays, i love how he can
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extend plays and improvise and he is not afraid to you can ch the ball deep and make some plays, i definitely admire his game. >> he's a really smart guy, smart player, physically gifted. so i think all that kind of helps him and those preparations very good. >> nbc 10 is your official eagles station, the only place to get pre and postgame coverage. it starts today 9:30 with eagles game day kickoff and afterwards after sunday night football join us for the highlights and an exclusive interview with doug pederson. the link will be rocking today for the eagles, yesterday temple won their eighth straight homecoming game. 27,000 fans were there including their new number one fan, the sixers number one pick ben simmons supporting temple. owls go up tempo on 51 yard touchdown. then walker rolling out, tosses to broderick yancey, 40 yard
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touchdown for him. owls with 28 points in the second quarter, they beat charlotte 48-20. the owls are 2-2. their former teammate is going to play for the steelers on the same field today. penn state on the road at number 4 michigan. trace mcsorley and the penn state offense no chance. first possession mcsorley sacked. almost a safety. that was just the beginning of a rough day. later in the first quarter mcsorley sacked by pretty much the entire michigan defensive line. nittany lions in trouble, third quarter for )eañmichigan, pick 40 years touchdown there. penn state blown out 49-10. penn state was outgained 518 yards to 199. so the nittany lions are 0-6 versus ranked teams losing by an average of 25 points a game. villanova playing lafayette for the first time in 56 years. how about nova's jeff steed with the pick. going all the way.
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wild cats win 31-14. season nova is 3-1. i'm john clark. enjoy your eagles sunday. i'm rosemary connors for nbc 10 at issue. join me later this morning for a discussion with josh shapiro, he is the democratic candidate for pennsylvania attorney general. >> i'm someone who has stood up time and time again to take on the gun lobe, to be able to make our streets safer, to protect a woman's right to choose. >> that plus pain at the pump, the big mistake you could be making that's costing you big bucks, we will tell you how to make a quick fix that could save you up to 25%. that's coming up this morning at 11:30 following "meet the press" only on nbc 10.
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pennsylvania are at stake today at the link when the eagles host the pittsburgh steelers. kickoff is at 4:25 this afternoon. steelers quarterback ben roethlisberger is already in town, he made a special visit to camden county yesterday. he visited with k-9 teams that will compete in the national patrol dog trials which start today. roethlisberger's charitable foundation plans to donate a k-9 to the willing borrow police
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department. today flyers training camp skates into high gear with the entire squad working out for the first time. fans can watch it all for tree. they will be giving away 50th anniversary items. they start exhibition play with the first pre-season game set for thursday night. authorities not your thing today you can try to catch pokemon at the mars arboretum at chestnut hills. it's from 10:00 to 2:00. there are 92 acres of gardens to hunt the allusive creatures, active lures will be offered during the event, also a phone charging station and pokemon cookies. 6:57 on this sunday. wilmington mourns the loss of two firefighters killed in the line of duty. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in delaware county where two more firefighters are being treated for critical burn injuries. monique. >> reporter: that's right, rosemary. two remain here at croz crozer-chester in critical condition, two others have been treated and released, we will
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walk you through what happened after the break. a lot of 40s on the board this morning, this afternoon not going to see too warm of a day. we will talk temperatures. here a live look outside looking at a gorgeous sunrise. great time for a shiny floor wax, no? not if you just put the finishing touches on your latest masterpiece. timing's important. comcast business knows that.
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line of duty and two more fighting for their lives. this morning many in wilmington will grieving and praying. a live report is coming up. captured. police on patrol near seattle arrest a man they say killed five people in that shopping mall shooting. what we're learning about the suspect straight ahead. and it is game day here is a live look inside the link from our eagles nest camera with temperatures in the 60s and 70s today, it is perfect football weather for the show down with the steelers. good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. cool and crisp weather to wrap up our weekend, meteorologist krystal klei has the first alert neighborhood forecast. good morning. >> good morning. those are perfect words to describe our forecast this morning because temperatures, well, a lot of them in the 40s


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