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pair squares off. hillary clinton took shots at trump, calling him dangerously incoherent and unprepared for last night's debate. >> he actually ragged about gaming the system. to get out of paying his fair share of taxes. >> aside from taking on donald trump, clinton also encouraged the crowd to register and vote. >> donald trump seemed to have a case of the sniffles during last night's debate. trump reached for water several times, but hissy nose -- even wondered if he was given a defective mike on purpose. >> some people online said that you seemed angry that you were
interrupted. >> i was a little bit upset that the microphone in the room wasn't working properly. >> during the debate, trump said that clinton didn't have the stamina to be president as well. >> she doesn't have the look, she doesn't have the stamina. >> as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease fire, or even spends 11 hours testifying in frontal of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina. >> those stamina comments made -- clinton doesn't have a president m look. also today donald trump responded to clinton's claims that he called a former beauty queen miss piggy. gaining a massive amount of weight. trump called it a real problem. now that beauty queen says that trump encouraged her to lose weight to keep her crown.
t >> our family cover rachblg -- ted, you went back to a local university today to hear one of the key voting groups in this election, the mill less than naturals. >> before the debate, i returned to the school today. those i spoke with were more impressed with hillary clinton's performance. >> at least i have a plan to fight isis. >> you're telling the enemy everything you want to do. >> no, we're not. >> reporter: the day after hillary clinton and trump tangled on the debate stage, sophomore brian gonzalez weighed in. >> i do believe that donald trump didn't answer the questions. >> reporter: we first met
gonzalez yesterday when his politics class -- >> i have a feeling at the end of the day, i'm going to be pla blames for everything that's happened. >> amy greenberg on a president m debate score card, she gave clinton higher marks for expressing her goals and appearing more presidential. >> they had a clear concise content in them. >> they both said that donald trump seemed largely unprepared. and. >> when you put a candidate who is prepared, next to one who is not, there's a clear difference that voters are going to notice. >> alicia gentry --
>> i'm leaning twarz hillary, but i'm not 100% yet. i don't necessarily know who to trust. >> professor abernathy said that donald trump faltered as the debate went on. >> what did people think of social media. both candidates believe they have it go the upper hand last night with trump tweeting out, the number one trend on twitter right now is ha, ha, donald trump one. and him clinton said anyone who klains about microphone problems is not having aed goo night. >> what in the hell is he talk about. >> vice president biden had some harsh criticism for trump after last night's debate. he cam pained for clinton today at drexel university saying temp lack -- nbc 10's randy
gyllenhaal was on campus for the campaign event. >> yeah biten was speaking do about 500 students here it drexel. then he went on the attack talking about donald trump for some 30 minutes. >> vice president joe biden showing up to today as hillary's attack dog. >> saw that debate last night, didn't you? >> calling out donald trump for last night's debate when trump said it was smart not to pay federal income tax. >> he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> that makes he smart. >> tell to that the janitor in here who's paying taxes. >> bite on also calls himself working class joe, saying donald trump routinely stiffed his contractors. 6. >> this is a guy who said air
force base wants to be president that it was good business for him to see the housing market fail. >> biden spoke directably to these millennials saying clinton would push for affordable colleges and lgbt rights. trump doesn't agree. >> some voters left here asking for we questions about donald trump's tax returns. >> he's got something to hide, definitely, and that's the problem, he's got nothing to hide. >> saying it's just more of the same establishment politics, they say, quote, trump will shatter the status quo.
coming up at 5:00 p.m. - >> nbc 101 your station for decision 2016 coverage ahead of the general election. coming up at 4:30. what happened behind the scenes inside the spin room. as for our weather this afternoon, a cloudy start for today's for students at la salle university. thankfully i didn't say that way, but big changes are coming, nbc 10 first alert radar shows rain off to our south and west, that could drench our area, in fact for days. >> we saw the improving weather early in the day today after the
rain, but it's going to reverse itself over time. we have got lots of dry air all over the region now, those morning showers are now offshore, but this moisture is getting set to come right back up the coast. and our rain chances show that. now this is the chance of getting any kind of rain over the next five days. and those chances are pretty high every day, especially on thursday, when it's almost a sure bet. wednesday will be the least rainy day, dover, not quite as much of a chance, and then atlantic city, and redding, with some pretty high chances again, especially during the day on thursday. but tonight, it is mostly clear. it's chilly, 58 in phil. down to 49 in pa suburbs and lehigh valley. we'll get into more detail on that coming up in just a few
minutes. >> sky force 10 over a welcome sight for commuters in phil. penn dot day opened the bridge. officials closed the walnut lane bridges in april. if you drive the schuylkill you know the traffic headaches it brings. today penn dot officials announces plans for officials, and they include transforming the outside shoulders into parking lot time travel lanes and expanding the public transit. coming up at 4:55. >> new jersey government nofr chris christie was told about
the lane closures in 2015 as they were happening. that's according to testimony from a former port authority executive. both pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and frautd charges in connection to the lane closures. baroni said he told christie about the traffic jams. once again christie denied any wrong doing. >> i had no knowledge prior to or during these lane realignments, i had no role in authorizing it. i had no knowledge of it and there has been no evidence ever put forward that i zitd. >> the governor has not been charged with a crime. >> 20 minutes of nonstop news continues now with firefighters across the country coming
together to serve in wilmington. right now two other wilmington firefighters are still in critical but stable conditions. delaware reporter tim furlong is telling us how the community is coping today. >> at st. elizabeth's church today preparing for friday's funeral mass for lieutenant christopher leach. when the floor collapsed, he was trapped in the basement. at this point investigators still have not released the cause of the fire. the fire department released a video tribute to the men today. these two other firefighters at- >> so time is of the essence, yes. >> the nursing sprvrsz at
croshere's burn center, every case is difference, but the key she says is to get the victim away from the -- >> the most important thing is to get ivs in you, your airway manag managed. and to get to the hospital as soon as possible. >> the public is invited to attend and there are likely to be hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of firefighterings all across the country it today. an emotional moment took place at a city council meeting in charlotte, north carolina in the wake of a controversial police shooting that sparked a wave of protests. a young girl stood up to speak and she gave a tearful plea for equality. >> we are black people and we
shouldable have to protest because y'all are treating us wrong. the crowd gave the young girl a standing ovation when she finisheding. police say an officer opened fire when scott refused to commands to drop his gun. the state is investigating scott's death. >> a delaware wilmington board of trustees approved the school's new president. she has worked at wilmington university since 1989, has held numerous positions there. she's also earned a doctorate at penn university.
school now has new coats of paint and new doors and lighting. what to do with a police force that serves both communities. east greenville voted to disband and form its own police force to save money. pennsberg officials favor expanding the joint police department. >> former fire great dany briere read to children as part of chops reach out and reed program. that program is celebrating it's 20th anniversary. nbc 10 was at the montgomery
county courthouse the county commissioners were joined by american gold star mother and families of 17 montgomery county veteran who is gave their life in service. >> courageous men and women all share the common bonds of the armed forces. duty and sacrifice, they shall not be forgotten. >> the new banners were dedicated to the gold star mothers. the renovation of penn treaty playground with a ground breaking ceremony. the changes include new swings and more grass in the play yay. a member of new jersey indian nation offered a traditional blessing. the park is where they signed a peace treaty back in the 1600st.
the rocking man returns to our area tonight. elton john will return to allentown. he's play his classic hits as well as songs from his new album. well, the rain moved through early this morning and as expected it moved out in time to give us a pretty nice day, lots of sunshine across most of the area, 74 in philadelphia, pa sub uns and delaware and much of the region. there are some places a little bit warmer than that. we have 74 degrees in cochran ville at lincoln university. 78 degrees in melbourne and collegeville. 74 in ft. washington, warenington and new hope. temperatures pretty close to
average this time of year. this is the way we started the day, 4:00 in the morning, the line of showers moving through the area. while other parts of the area cleared out. and now we're looking back to the south, this is a cold front that came through, during the day, it's going to stall pretty much where test now, and that tropical moisture is going to move back, and so the rain is going to return. i'll gots no go to humpb tonight. some places are going to be in the 40s. but tomorrow, not in the morning, in the afternoon, we start seeing the clouds and a little bit of showers, that increases tomorrow night. it guesses heavier and this is especially true for a western counties.
commuter models are even wetter than this particular one. through friday and even into saturday. so it's going to be a fairly wet pattern. you go through tomorrow, in philadelphia, i just want to let you know, in most of the area, it's a pretty nice stay tomorrow, and a mild day, it's mostly tomorrow night when the rain starts to come in. so on our neighborhood forecast, you see 77 degrees, generally dry during the stay, shanksville 75 and dry. but we start getting a little bit of rain by later in the day, and at night at vorhees township. at the shore we start getting
that rain later in the day. and 68 degrees at long ports with the showers and maybe some thunderstorms developing in the afternoon, places like dover and rehoboth beach. now in philadelphia, we're 76 tomorrow, that rain is mostly for tomorrow night, and look how chilly it is thursday and friday, thursday is the day with the heaviest rain, that is the case in the pa suburbs. but not so at the jersey shore, other parts of south jersey or in tamala edwards delaware, that's mostly tomorrow afternoon. or into tomorrow night. then on the ten-day forecast, there's the heaviest rain, coolest weather, thursday or friday, a nasty east wind, not real pretty saturday either, a cloudy day with a little bit of rain, and then once we break out of that, temperatures are at or
above normal for sunday and monday. they do good work in the community and provide affordable housing to those who need it most. still ahead, nbc 10 responds steps in to resolve the case of the missing stokes. coverage of the debatal fallout, wire finding out what really happen ed hind the scenes at hofstra. how t but first here's a look at the closing bell on wall street, an up day all around. approve this message.
>> between the canadian government and the people and william and kate mingled at a reception with the guests in the ballroom. back here at home, the wait is now over. we know a gorilla born last month at the zoo. >> she is a western low land gorilla. the zoo wants your help giving her a name. votes cost one dollar and the money helps to care for gorillas in the congo. gorilla babies rely heavily on their mother during the first few months of life. mom was seen cradling and
holding the baby and dad stuck close by to protect them both. >> getting photobombed taking wedding pictures can be a drag. >> unless the photo bomb ser tom hanks. hanks passed these wedding goers. hanks stopped to introduce himself and chat with the pair as the wedding photographer snapped away. hanks even offered to marry the couple. after taking the selfie with the couple hanks posted it on his twitter account, elizabeth and ryan congrats and blessings. >> i think those kids are going to make it, don't you. i predict, i am go to say it right now, seven kids. >> hanks said the couple invited him to the wedding but he had dinner plans with a friend. how great is that? >> that is pressure. >> carli lloyd has been busy
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11 networks. >> that is a huge audience. there was plenty of action off of the debate stage. the spin room for both candidates. >> you got to see what it was like going on behind the scenes and how the campaign tried to control what you saw in the debate. what was it like in the spin room? >> after the debate ended it was pretty busy. donald trump came in with his family. hillary clinton did not make an appearance but both had their surrogates. it wasn't just politicians in there. both sides had someone who was a celebrity outside of politics. donald trump, it was bobby knight who was also at a trump rally in delaware county and hillary clinton businessman mark
cuban. another way the campaigns are trying to get their message out in a nontraditional way. >> what got the most attention? >> clinton supporters wanted to talk about her demeanor during the debate. i heard more than one person say calm, cool and collected. trump supporters wanted to talk about him as anyone who could offer change. one thing they have to do is to answer for what the candidates said on stage. donald trump made comments talking about his tax returns saying at one point it makes me smart. >> what do you think that means?
>> i don't know but most businesses, when you are a leader of a corporation it is your duty to not pay more taxes than you have to. donald trump's vice presidential candidate mike pence made an appearance campaigning in florida yesterday. >> clinton did not come in to the spin room. they left it to the surrogates on that side. >> yeah. >> two other decision 2016 news today. national voter registration today. here in our area at west philadelphia high school. they held one of several voter registration drives with
students taking part in a mock election. >> you pay attention and everybody should go out there and vote. >> part of an effort to educate seniors on voting. still ahead here on nbc news 10 at 5:30. we will breakdown last night's debate from both sides. just a beautiful september day out there. the people enjoying a midday stroll in wilmington today. first alert radar is tracking the chance for heavy rain that could come in tomorrow night.
glen. >> yeah, jim. i would expect by september these will be the places with the biggest rain totals. not expecting any rain totals overnight tonight or in to the morning. the rain that fell earlier moved off the shore to the cold front. the front is going to just turn around and come back up in the direction. the rain chances through the next five days are pretty high. the philadelphia forecast mostly for wednesday night. well over 50%. thursday is a guarantee almost of some rain. friday and saturday high and we finally drop it on sunday. fairly similar chances in dover,
atlantic city and in redding. once again, not tonight. 49 degrees in the suburbs and into the valley. in the 60s near the jersey shore. talking about when the heaviest rain is likely to occur. >> nbc 10 responds gets answers for a nonprofit. >> and big traffic changes. >> drive the expressway and hate the traffic? this plan will start here in montgomery county. >> sexting a student, a local high school teacher surrenders to police. what she is accused of doing inside the classroom. >> and here are the candidates
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not only did they pay for the missing stoves but were forced to buy two more from another store. >> paula manages all of the deliveries that come to her non-profit. >> that people are provided quality affordable outing. when she reached out to home depot, she was surprised by the response. >> they said oh, we delivered the two ranges, 30 inch ranges to your office. i am like no we have not received them. >> home depot supplied this signed delivery slip and she said she has no idea whose signature is on the paper. she continues to call but home
depot would not work with her. >> absolutely a slap in the face and to a nonprofit. >> the home depot said the place is closed. >> i said i am calling harry. we need intervention. >> the company immediately got back to us and worked to make things right. turned out the vendon had the stoves and the company never made the drop-off and then issued a refund check for the stove and a $250 gift card. >> because of you our nonprofit received our refund back from home depot. you're the best. >> she contacted you. >> got a stove and a certificate. >> home depot says we value our
relationship with the renaissance community development corporation. this should never have happened and we apologize for the mix up with the vendor. now we stand at $116,846. >> good work, harry. if you have a consumer complaint reach out to us. coming up tomorrow a woman calls to get the abandoned building next door demolished but fixing that problem caused her proper to be damaged. she called harry. that tomorrow tomorrow on nbc news 10 at 4:00. >> well, the day did not start that way but we ended up with a lot of sunshine as we were telling you yesterday. temperatures in the middle 70s.
do we have any places in the city that got to 80? we got one. graduate hospital reading at 81. society hills 76. parkwood at 77 also. this is the way the radar looked at 4:30 in the morning. this was a line of showers. some of them were heavy. delaware there in the jersey shore. they were the last to have the rain end and the sun come out. now the moisture here sitting down to the south. then it is go to start coming up to the north. then it will take a while. we have a rain pattern that is
setting up here and we are going to be seeing that rain return. tomorrow morning is clear and it is chilly. then the clouds start to increase. as we go into tomorrow evening we have showers and thunderstorms in chester county for example. i that is the area likely to be hit the hardest. you can see all of the rain on the western side of the area and other showers to the east. it is not raining all the time but now we are in to thursday afternoon and we have got rain across most of the area. now we are in to friday afternoon and still have showers around. yeah. it is going to get wet. it is also going to get chilly. we have an east wind coming in off of the ocean. we have been 74 today and 76 tomorrow, only 68 thursday and friday and wind on top of that, cloudy and cool on saturday too. sunday if we can get a little
bit of sunshine we will finally warm up. the tropics are becoming more active here east of the caribbean sea. we may see another tropical storm develop. the reason that people care about that is because the track of it is go to take it into the caribbean sea, threaten jamaica, cuba and potentially as we go into next week the bahammas and even off of the southeast coast. there are the cold days on thursday and friday and start to warm up. monday, tuesday, wednesday dry as well. >> hundreds of people are experiencing this right now. >> we are talking about sitting
interested in is the area of children. >> we intend to be sure that everyone in the room and every child in the state is somebody. >> no matter where they are born and to whom they are born. >> i want to make sure that every child -- >> as a chance to live up to his or her god given potential.
i spent my life fighting for children. i am not stopping now. this is nbc 10 news. >> well, it is a road built in the 1950s and for those of us that have driven it you know too well. >> it is too small for the amount of traffic that travels it every day. they want to use ramps and secondary roads. the transit area to working with septa to increase rail service along the line.
deanna is live now explaining how all of it will work. >> well, the secretary of transportation for the state of pennsylvania stays that you need to use a lot of approaches here to address this highway problem, some of them include metering ramps getting on and off of the expressway to control the traffic flow and taking control of traffic lights on secondary roads and drivers in monthdom s county will be able to use parts of the shoulder. >> i would say what is the plan. >> some at first were skeptical. >> we will see when that gets done or started. >> we can do nothing and they know what they have. >> leslie richards announced the plan today saying they will take control of traffic cameras to control traffic flow and ease
congesti congestion. they will begin ramp monitoring to control how many cars with enter. commuters will be able to use the shoulders during peak times from valley forge to the 476 interchange. >> that's awesome. i will get there in 12 minutes but if i leave between 4:00 to 6:00 it takes about 45 minutes. >> for commuters that rely on the expressway the plan is to give them a way out of taking the road. and it will revoamp the train station making it easier to use. the changes will not be overnight. >> five years. >> not all improvements will take that long. some you will start to see in
the next year. and some of that includes signage on the roads telling you which stations are nearest to the exit and if there is available parking. we asked secretary richard busy emergency vehicles and they will close and open the lanes to allow the vehicles to get through. >> not too sure for those that travel it daily. watch the story about how the traffic pat search working in other states and their concerns right now on the nbc 10 app. >> coming up new at 5:00, fact checking clinton and trump. jobs, taxes, global warming. we reveal the truth behind the candidates claims last night and this teacher was booted from the classroom and arrested. what police say that she did with a student. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop...
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stage. we find out the truth behind the candidate's claims. >> visit from the vp, joe biden comes to town to court college voters. >> sexting a student, that is not all the teach serer is accu of doing in the classroom. >> nbc 10 news starts now. >> you make the call, there was
a winner in the first presidential debate? both candidates make their case following the first bout in the race for the white house. >> more than 81 million people watched the two candidates. >> hillary clinton's campaign tweeted out she was the winner of the first debate. clinton was in north carolina. as for donald trump he handed out his own grades. he did not hold back on giving clinton a c plus. >> history shows us the election is not won or lost on the first debate but it is the first opportunity to sway undecided voters and keep their parties moving forward. >> hillary clinton went to north carolina. she liked the way it went.