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the stage is set. donald trump and hillary clinton get set to face off in the most highly anticipated presidential debate in decades. firefighters in wilmington salute two of their own who died fight a house fire this weekend. and british invasion. our neighbors to the north are captivated by two pint sized royal visitors this week. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. right now at 11:00, it's the showdown of the century, hours away from the first prime time debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. i'm vai sikahema. the latest presidential poll
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shows clinton and trump in a statistical tie in pennsylvania, clinton at 44% to trump's 41%. the poll's margin of error is plus or minus five. research suggests trump is closing in on clinton because of rising support in his own party. nbc 10 reporter tracie potts is live at hofstra university with more. >> reporter: good morning, vai. the near-tie echoes the national tie, 46 to 46 in the bloomberg poll. tonight it all happens here at hofstra. what we're seeing on both sides this morning is both campaigns managing expectations. this is the stage for their first face-off tonight. hillary clinton stage left, donald trump stage right. she gets the first question. clinton's team is concerned the bar has been set too low for
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trump. >> what we don't want to have is some sort of double standard where donald trump can get the "most improved" award but hillary clinton is getting judged on the fine points of policy. >> i think the clinton campaign has clearly been talking to the media for a week now saying it's your job to make sure that donald trump is fact checked in realtime. >> reporter: it's 90 minutes of debate broken into six 15-minute sections. >> you get 90 minutes to look at people and really see whether there's depth, whether there's substance, and whether there's candor and truthfulness in what they say. >> reporter: tonight's topics, achieving prosperity and securing america. that could get into jobs fro, foreign policy, even clinton's e-mail. mack cuban will be sitting in the front row. >> donald trump is not about
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that. >> reporter: trump tweeted about inviting gennifer flowers, who had an affair with bill clinton. but his campaign insists she's not on their list. clinton's team wonders if that might backfire if she actually does show up. one of the things we're watching are just how many people plan to tune in tonight. the biggest debate we ever saw was reagan and carter in 1980, that was 80 million people. this one, we've heard estimates up to 100 million, vai. >> tracie, thank you. nbc 10 is of course your debate headquarters. our special news coverage begins at 4:00 this afternoon. watch our hour-long debate night special live at xfinity live starting at 7:00. after that, it's the main event. nbc's lester holt will moderate the debate starting at 9:00. get full highlights and reaction post-debate on nbc 10 news at 11:00 and right here tomorrow morning on "nbc 10 news today." a show of support for two
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firefighters killed in the line of duty in wilmington. today fellow firefighters lined up to honor their fallen colleagues. meanwhile state and federal investigators are back at work on the scene of the deadly row home fire, trying to figure out how the fire started early saturday morning. skyforce 10 over the home just a few hours ago. four firefighters were trapped when the floor collapsed. incom nbc 10's monique braxton is live with more. this is a tough day for the firefighting community and first responders. >> reporter: that's right, vai. a solemn show of support as they begin the painful process of saying goodbye to a fallen colleague. the families of the firefighters stand at attention as the coffin of christopher leach is driven on an hearse. we saw hugs and tears as these
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public servants grieved for their fallen brothers. they're saluted after both died when the floor collapsed while they were battling a blaze early saturday morning. a family of six escaped intense flames. the firefighters didn't know it. two of their colleagues are in critical but stable condition. two others were treated for their injuries and released. now, days of final tribute are officially under way as two funerals and burials approach. just moments ago i did talk to the fire chief. he told us he's planning an afternoon press conference to discuss the latest on the investigation into the cause of the fire and hopefully funeral details. live for now in wilmington, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. monique, thank you.
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the head of the abington police department is praising his officers for saving the life of a suicidal man at risk of their own. the man's family called police to warn them that he was going to kill himself and had a gun. abington police spotted him and tried to talk him into going home. he waved his begun around, asking police to shoot him. the gun went off five times as police struggled with him. an officer hurt his shoulder in the struggle and the man went to the hospital. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. a cool start to the day, definitely feeling like fall as we take a look center city, philadelphia, flags flapping there in the wind. nbc 10 meteorologist krystal klei is here with the forecast. >> good morning, vai. temperature-wise, the afternoon will be very similar to yesterday's, feels like fall out there. 69 in philadelphia. 64 in allentown, 68 in
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wilmington, dover at 69. atlantic city currently at 70 degrees outside. as we warm up a few more degrees into the afternoon, we're talking low-mid-70s for forecast temperatures across the map, similar to yesterday. yesterday we hit that forecast high in philadelphia of 74 degrees. here is the radar and satellite. this is a wide view, because for us, right now mostly clear. scattered clouds this afternoon, then increasing cloud coverage late day into the early part of your night. this rain is heading our way. that's when we'll bring in chances of showers starting in northwest parts of our area. it will continue to spread farther east as we move throughout the later part of your overnight and into tuesday morning. coming up in a few minutes we'll take a closer look at the timing of those showers and how it might affect your tuesday morning commute as well. on flappable. unintercepted.
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and unbeaten. we're talking about rookie quarterback carson wentz of the eagles. here is the big play at the link. the rollout by wentz finds derek sprawls. wentz getting rave reviews from his teammates. the owner is loving it. the fans and the national television broadcast crew as the eagles demolish the steelers. >> i was having fun out there. it starts with the big guys out front. everyone has a lot of confidence in themselves. everyone has high expectations for themselves and for the guys around us. and, you know, we're playing, like i said, we're playing inspired football. >> you can't discount either the defense, the job they're doing. doug peterson, first head coach in eagles history to win his first three games out of the box. he'll speak to reporters about
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yesterday's big win at noon. carson's excitement was shown in his tweet, "appreciated the way the linc was rocking tonight." wentz fever is adding up at the sporting goods stores. employees here were restocking wentz jerseys. they tell us customers were buying the jerseys like crazy yesterday. their next game is sunday, october 9th, taking on the lions on the road. speaking of the road, time for a check on traffic with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio. >> i was going to wear my green, but that's not the best thing to wear for the green screen. slow going towards center city, philadelphia. for the most part, traffic is in the green. morristown, new jersey, live
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shot of route 38, church road, nice traffic. cheltenham, montgomery county, intersection of bicly road and wesley avenue, a multivehicle accident. in lower gwyned, this just came in. we always see problems in doylestown this hour. >> francesca, thank you. a developing story out of houston right now. that's where police say a gunman opened fire at a strip mall this morning, several days after another mass shooting in a shopping mall in washington state. what we've learned about the man police say fired those shots. plus remembering one of the greatest and most popular golf players, a look back at pennsylvania native arnold palmer. chances of rain build in
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tonight. we'll track that hour by hour coming up.
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police in houston say a lawyer is responsible for a mass shooting at a strip mall at 6:30 this morning. witnesses say the suspect fired dozens of shots at cars in the neighborhood before police arrived. he fired at police and they opened fire and killed him. investigators say he was having trouble with the law. nine people were wounded, two
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with serious injuries. the sports world is remembering an iconic figure. arou arnold palmer revolutionized the game of golf. he died due to complications from heart problems. he was 87 years old. nbc 10 national correspondent curt gregory takes a look back at his life. >> reporter: arnold palmer grew up the son of a greens keeper in latrobe, pennsylvania. his good looks and powerful, unorthodox swing made him a golf super star. fans came in droves and came to be known as arnie's army. many who couldn't watch him in person did so in their living rooms in the 1950s and '60s. palmer helped make golf the tv sport it is today. his popularity grew. companies wanted arnie pitching their products. >> arnie, they said, you'll like it, the tractor will like it.
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same pennzoil, new package. >> reporter: nicknamed "the king," palmer became famous for his strength and shot-making. he loved to take chances on the course, saying "you must play boldly to win." and win he did, 95 professional victories. palmer stopped playing the champions tour in 2006 but remained a vital part of the game. his golfing empire includes golf schools, equipment, and clothing lines. he designed more than 200 courses around the world. and in 2012, he was awarded the congressional gold medal, recognizing his contributions as a golfer and philanthropist. >> thank god for the game of golf and what it has meant to me. >> reporter: arnold palmer will be remembered as one of the greatest players who picked up
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the club, a blue collar guy and transcended his sport, becoming a hero to so many. curt gregory, nbc 10 news. governor tom wolf says palmer was one of pennsylvania's greatest ambassadors. the marlins will take the field tonight after star pitcher jose fernandez died with two others when their boat slammed into a jetty tuesday morning. officials say no one was wearing a life jacket. there was no indication that alcohol or drugs played a part in the crash. investigators believe speed may have been a factor. marlins cancelled their home game on sunday against the atlanta braves. they were in shock at the loss of their teammate. >> you see that little kid that you see when -- when you watch kids play little league or
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something like that. that's the joy that jose played with. and the passion he felt about playing. >> fans are leaving flowers and mementos outside marlins park. a tribute also played on a video board outside the miami ballpark. inside, a touching scene on the mound where he worked his magic, his number 16 and cap placed there in memory. the team cancelled its team with the braves yesterday. they'll play tonight against the mets. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. and we're beginning with a look at hour radar and satellite, looks like a wet forecast as we move through your workweek, even into the weekend. looking at what we've gone going on right now with our cold front that sits to our west, along the front, a lot of rains and spot thunderstorms, that's the yellow and orange you see, and the thick cloud coverage. not in our area yet, just
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scattered clouds rolling by. starting off with your monday, things look pretty good. the early afternoon into the later part of your day, same thing, increasing clouds coming from the west. overnight tuesday into wednesday morning starts off several days of rain potential. here is the hour by hour. there is the storm starting around your lunchtime, starting to creep through parts of ohio, getting closer to pennsylvania. then we put this into motion here and you can see by 9:30 p.m., in our our model has showers starting to pick up over allentown, lehigh valley. that's the start of your night. philadelphia, areas of new jersey, on the clear side for your evening commute, and any overnight plans you might have. it's those late hours when you're asleep that we start to see the showers spread across the map, that's 2:30 a.m. you see the pockets of heavier
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rain. prepare for tomorrow, maybe the rain jacket, umbrella, grab them before you head out the door for work. showers will continue to stretch through delaware through your lunch hour, then at the border, pennsylvania, that's for tuesday, then that continues through new jersey and delaware through the later afternoon and evening. 6:00, you see close to atlantic city and farther north. by 6:00 p.m., moves offshore a bit, breaking apart a bit. but we start to get the next round of rain potential moving into delaware and parts of south jersey. that's wednesday later in the day. as for temperatures, good and fall-like. andorra at 68 degrees, antioch as well, upper 60s to 70 for your afternoon.
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temperature-wise, very constant since friday. that's when we were way above average at 89. over the weekend, in the 70s. average, 74 for today. it's been 75 the last couple of days. the ten-day forecast, staying in the 70s. the chance of rain is obviously there, continuing tuesday morning through the afternoon, spot spotty. saturday, chances of rain. sunday, mix of clouds and sun but still holding onto the 70s. >> thank you, krystal. ahead, stealing the show as britain's prince henry visit canada. how the tiniest royals are wowing the crowds. the candidates for game of the week, call or text your vote to the number on the screen or vote online at, or on
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this saturday morning 200 vietnam veterans from our area will embark on an important mission. for the first time they'll get to visit a vietnam war memorial in our nation's capital, all happening thanks to an organization that honors the sacrifices of veterans. the founder of honor flight philadelphia is here with richard murray, a vietnam war veterans who lives in south
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jersey. let's start with your organization. on saturday, 200 veterans are headed -- >> to washington, dc for a day of honor and recognition. i have to give a big thank you to sugar house casino, they'll let us use it to depart and arrive in. we'll visit the war memorials in washington and a uso-style dinner. >> rich, i saw pictures of you as a young man in vietnam and was impressed, first of all, thank you for your service. >> thank you. >> tell us what this trip means for you. you've never been there, to the vietnam war memorial? >> i've been there many times. >> oh, okay. >> i've been with andrew on trips a dozen times. we had world war ii veterans and korean war veterans. this will be the first all-vietnam veterans. being a vietnam veteran is special for me. we're looking forward to
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saturday. it's going to be a great day. >> we're looking at some of the pictures sent to me this morning by my producer. most of those guys i suspect have all been down there, they've seen it before, but it's unique because you're going down together. >> correct. we're going as an honor flight together, just for vietnam veterans. as you know, the memorial is probably a little over 30 years old. a lot of the people in this area have seen it, but it's special to go down and have this honor and come back and have dinner at sugar house casino. we're looking forward to it. >> we put them on a pedestal. we're escorting them from start to finish. >> rich, you know better than anybody, when you folks came home from the war in the 1970s, it wasn't that way. what would you want people to know about the war and the service that you and men and women like you rendered? >> just that i'm very proud of all the vietnam veterans. i would say 95% of all the
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vietnam veterans that have come home and done really well. unfortunately there's a small percentage that maybe we were painted with the wrong paintbrush or who knows. i know many, many people, most of the people i know have done very, very well after their service. we're proud of our service in vietnam. >> how did you select 200 people? were you limited in space, you had 200 seats you could fill? >> we have a policy, we leave no man behind. as the application came in, we kept adding buses. we're up to six buses. >> i'm glad you both came, we appreciate it, and thank you again for your service. >> thanks for having us. fight night, one of the most highly anticipated presidential debates in decades. up next, what to expect as hillary clinton and donald trump prepare to square off. plus an emotional morning in wilmington as firefighters come together to salute two of their own killed in the line of duty.
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hillary clinton and donald trump are getting ready for their first face-to-face debate tonight. a third of voters say the debates will be very important in who gets their support. nbc's peter alexander has a preview. >> reporter: tonight, the showdown. what's likely to be the most-watched presidential debate ever, with the candidates neck and neck and the polls, both campaigns compressing confidence. >> when the lights are bright like they are now, she brings the a-plus game to the table. she will be very good tonight. >> he's the babe ruth of debating, he shows up and swings and does a great job. >> reporter: for hillary clinton and donald trump, differing preparation strategies. trump less traditional, discussing it with advisers.
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clinton's prep more structured, including a mock debate saturday night. 90 minutes without a break, even starting at 9:00 p.m. playing trump, clinton aide philippe reines. >> they know my record. they know me. they know i say what i believe. and i will do it. >> we can't be the stupid country anymore. we're laughed at all over the world. >> reporter: during the day sunday, the candidates taking a break from debate prep, meeting separately with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, both pledging israeli security. for trump, this is his 12th debate but his first one on one. every word under the microscope, and for good reason. politico finding both candidates prone to stretch the truth. over five days, clinton made eight erroneous statements, most of them when addressing her own mistakes. but over the same period, trump,
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who gave more speeches and interviews, made 87 erroneous statements. trump, asked on sunday whether his charitable organization followed the law -- >> i hope so. >> reporter: outspoken trump critic mark cuban accepting an invitation from the clinton campaign. trump responding, warning he might invite gennifer flowers. the former arkansas state employee who had an affair with then-governor bill clinton. the clinton camp pouncing. >> you saw him do his favorite sport, to dive into the sewer. >> gennifer flowers will not be attending the debate tomorrow night. >> that was nbc's peter alexander reporting. happening now, police are updating reporters on security measures. here is a live look from
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hempstead, new york. this is nassau county's police commissioner. there's a huge police presence in place, as you can imagine, a number of road closures ahead of the debate. thousands of protesters are expected to be there. authorities ask people in the area, if you see something, say something. nbc 10 of course is your debate headquarters. our special news conference begins at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. then watch our hour-long debate special live starting at 7:00. after that, the main event. nbc's lester holt will hmoderat that debate starting at 9:00. get live analysis post-debate. vice president joe biden will campaign for hillary clinton tomorrow in pennsylvania, urging pennsylvanians to register before the october 11th
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deadline. he says he'll share clinton's vision of an economy that works for everybody. michelle obama will visit philadelphia, two months after her husband held his own rally. she will be at la salle university at noon, then heading to a rally at the university of pittsburgh. a show of support for two firefighters killed in the line of duty in wilmington. today fellow firefighters lined up to honor their fallen colleagues. meantime, federal and state investigators are back for another day of work at the scene of this deadly row home fire. they're trying to figure out how the fire started early saturday morning. skyforce 10 was over the home on lake view road a few hours ago. four firefighters were trapped when the floor collapsed beneath them. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in wilmington. monique, another tough die for the firefighting community. >> reporter: that's right, vai. i can tell you that not a lot of words were spoken.
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we did see a lot of embracing as the firefighters began the painful week of saying goodbye to two of their own. a moving tribute. firefighters standing at attention as the draped coffin of lieutenant christopher leach is carried to an hearse. these emergency responders and police officers from surrounding cities are also here to comfort wilmington's men and women in blue. we saw hugs and tears as these public servants grieved for their fallen brothers. a short time later, senior firefighter jerry fickas is saluted as his coffin is brought to an hearse. both died after the floor collapsed while they were battling a blaze here on lake view road early saturday morning. a family of six escaped intense flames, but the firefighters didn't know it. two of their colleagues are in critical but stable condition. two others were treated for their injuries and released.
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now, days of sorrow are ahead as official goodbyes with two funerals and burials. and i asked the fire chief if there's any update on the investigation. he told us later this afternoon he plans to hold a news conference to let us know what is going on with the investigation, if a cause has been determined. he also said he hopes to release information regarding both funerals. in wilmington, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. a beautiful fall day in ventnor. great weather for exercise on the boardwalk there, plenty of sun, lots of blue skies. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist krystal klei has the forecast. you called the 76 degrees at kickoff yesterday, that was great. >> yes, it was perfect football weather or football-watching weather yesterday.
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today's temperatures will be similar. right now, 69 in philadelphia, 68 in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs. same in new jersey. lehigh valley at 64 degrees, so lower there. yesterday morning, man, we saw those 40s in the morning and we'll see cool temperatures again today. temperatures now in the morning hours are a bit crisp and fall-like. delaware currently at 68 degrees. winds aren't a huge issue, light to breezy as we move through your afternoon. we'll see increasing clouds into the afternoon with temperatures in the 70s. 75 degrees philadelphia. the suburbs at 73. 72 in the lehigh valley for your afternoon. more clouds expected there. that's because chances of rain are going to start to pick up as we move in tonight through tomorrow morning. here is where the showers are right now. they're pretty far to the west of us. but we've got the whole day for them to creep ahead to our area. that's going to start north and west and into tomorrow, spread east. we'll track those chances of showers and more on chances of
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rain through the rest of your workweek coming up. >> all right, thank you, krystal. happening today, the man accused in a deadly shooting in a washington state mall on friday night will appear in court. arcan cetin was arrested saturday night. he was accused of opening fire inside a mall, killing five people. police believe he is the lone suspect and the motive remains unclear. the royal family continues their visit to canada this morning. they arrived yesterday for the eight-day visit. nbc's keir simmons tells us the royals are once again wowing canadians. >> reporter: a rare glimpse of prince william, kate, and their children together. kate carrying princess charlotte, now 16 months and apparently teething, while 3-year-old prince george walks from the plane. the duke and duchess usually shield their children from public occasions, and it has
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been a long flight. >> we're very pleased to be here. thank you for welcoming us so warmly. merci. >> reporter: flying to vancouver, this time without the children. william promising to pass on a gift, while simply meeting a princess is an exciting moment for one little girl. >> she smelled so good. >> reporter: how did she smell? >> like flowers. >> reporter: later the couple met vulnerable parents in the downtown's east side. this year they launched a charity, helping young people with mental health issues. the duke and duchess connecting with canadians, including the country's young prime minister and his wife sophie. today william and kate are visiting the rainforest. the weather is unpredictable. it may be a difficult trip. hopefully they got some
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well-needed rest. but being parents, charlotte being 16 months old. back to you. happening today in montgomery county, the council meets to take the next step to deal with contaminated water. tonight's meeting is expected to draw a big crowd. it's at the community center at 7:00 p.m. the council along with the water and sewer authority will update residents on the progress of the short term cleanup plan. they'll also talk about possible options for a long term plan. tests have found water in the area is contaminated with chemicals from nearby military bases. the public can ask questions and make comments tonight. the port of wilmington is a mid-atlantic hub for chilean fruit imports. governor jack markell will meet with business, education, and
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government workers in chile. the industry supports 900 jobs and $5 million in tax revenue for the state. ready to pack your bags? plenty of travel deals to be had this fall. a look at the destinations offering the best bargains, just ahead. a sunny look outside philadelphia right now. we've got those scattered clouds and more to come as we track chances of rain spread through your workweek. we'll take a closer look. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop...
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>> announcer: this is nbc 10 news. fall can be the best time to book travel. there are a lot of deals out there. details from nbc 10 national reporter chris clackum. >> reporter: the next few weeks is considered the most wonderful time of the year for travelers. >> fall is one of the best times of the year to travel if you're on a budget. >> reporter: orbitz's senior editor says cruise ships are more willing to offer bargains. >> you'll see more cruise ship bargains than in spring. >> reporter: because it's still plenty warm at the beach and not too cold in the mountains, short
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weekend getaways can be satisfying too, like looking for a destination that offers the colors of fall. >> if you're looking for equally beautiful colors but maybe a little less price tag, tennessee is a great option. also north carolina, beautiful fall colors as well. >> reporter: best to take advantage of fall now, though, before higher prices ring in the holidays. chris clackum, nbc 10 news. snapchat is getting into the hardware game. the messaging app plans to start selling sunglasses equipped with a camera this fall. it can record images ten seconds at a time, uploaded to bluetooth or wi-fi. they cost 130 bucks. the company says it's changing its name to snap inc. since it now has more than one product. the app will keep the name snapchat. she was the face of septa,
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serving as a director of media relations for seven years. before that she spent 26 years with the fbi as a special agent. geri williams is turning the page, literally, on a new chapter. she's released a new novel called "pay to play," a book about corruption in the philadelphia strip club industry. jerri, good to see you again. >> nice to see you. >> you're used to being in front of a television. this book is something that's been in the works a while now, right? >> yes. i retired from the fbi in 2008. i had already started writing this book. so most of the time that i worked for septa, i was writing this book on the weekends. >> this is your first time to write a book, but you were just telling me during the break you're a voracious reader. >> absolutely. i love to read everything, but especially crime fiction, and this novel is crime fiction. >> the main character is a female fbi agent. are you taking little bits and pieces from your own career that you include in the book?
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>> absolutely. i found out later, after looking at it, that there were a lot of things that were in my background that are in her background, except for the cheating. i've ever cheated on my husband, i want to make that clear. but a lot of things in there, being a military brat, things like that, that are the same for me. >> did you have to go to strip clubs to do research, was that part of what you have to do to write a book like this? >> well, no, i did not. >> did you have to when you were an fbi agent, maybe you covered cases. >> you know what, i think there might have been one or two times that i did do that. but that was long ago, and it was closed, there were no strippers doing their thing on the stage when i went in. >> i was asking you if your colleagues are reading this book looking for little bits and pieces that might be them, to see if they might identify themselves in your book. are you getting that? >> you know what, because i
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wrote this book while i was working for septa, there are little tiny hidden references to septa all over the book, like little easter eggs. i think people in the philadelphia area who read the book are going to see some of those, it will be fun for them. >> as with you -- the book was just released, right? >> yes, last week, tuesday. >> what has been the response from people? >> oh, it's been fabulous. i was checking just before i came up here, and there are 24 mostly five-star reviews on amazon. so i'm absolutely thrilled. >> i'm guessing there will be a followup, more books coming? >> more books coming. more books coming. >> that is fantastic. >> jerri's book is called "pay to play," and it is on sale right now. jerri williams, thank you so much, good luck to you, we hope you'll come back when the next book comes out and let's talk about it. i look forward to reading this one. >> good. >> announcer: now your nbc 10
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first alert weather. and we're beginning with your neighborhoods right now. temperatures outside, very fall-like. fall hit hard, and once it did, we saw those numbers -- looks like we're having an issue with our camera, hopefully we'll get that up for you. there we go. 60s out there, 66 in west bradford township. exton, 67. most of us right now are in the upper 60s, weekensqueaking in t 70s. radar and satellite, you see that we've got that cold front heading in our direction. it's got rain lined up with it. a lot of good thick cloud coverage. that's to the west of us. for our area, a pretty good view current. it's sunny to mostly outside. we've got scattered clouds in place. for today, especially if you're
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worried about your commute home from work, things are going to be okay. chances of rain will start to win in. as we move overnight, 9, 10:00, creeping in west of us over the lehigh valley. overnight and early a.m. hours, through philadelphia and into new jersey, we see the potential for rain. in fact let's look at the hour by hour forecast here. temperature-wise, we'll start to see a drop-off. we'll peak in the mid-70s at 4:00 p.m. we'll see more clouds building into the night, tahead of the front, we'll see thicker cloud coverage. lehigh valley and suburbs, we might see rain picking up by 10:00, 65 in the suburbs, 63 in the lehigh valley with highs in the low to mid-70s. delaware could see spot areas of rain in the northern part of delaware, moving to 10:00. areas of new jersey and the shore not going to see that rain until the early a.m. hours or morning hours more so of your tuesday, because it's that delay going from west to east.
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temperature-wise, you see all of us are dropping down right to their own 70 degrees by the commute home at 6:00. looking ahead, looking like a rainy week. your monday through friday, tonight into tuesday, we pick up that chance. wednesday later in the day, it will start to bump back up. then we continue thursday and friday with chances of rain in philadelphia. also looking at dover with that possibility, not quite as great thursday into friday. reading, good, steady chances. atlantic city area, same thing. we're tracking what appears to be a wetter forecast than we've seen for almost all of september. remember, up until now we haven't seen many rain dates. as for your temperatures, we're at 75 degrees, the forecast high today in center city. through your afternoon, that sun/cloud mix as you just saw. suburbs, around 70, westchester,
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doyle to doylestown, 74. in new jersey, the jersey shore, more sunshine than clouds expected. 71 degrees ocean township. there's a look at your ten-day on 10, first seven days for you. the chance of rain begins on your tuesday, early in the day. early commute, grab the umbrella as you head out the door. lower 70s for you on thursday. friday, a bit of a dip in your temperatures with that chance of rain continuing through saturday. still clouds sunday into your next workweek where we see temperatures rebounding through the 70s.
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