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>> donald trump says the shackles are off as he launches personal attacks against members of his own party. grave concern. family members are being barred from the cemetery where their loved ones are buried. budding out.
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the new rules to crack down on smoking in philadelphia. >> give me a break. john mccain, who has probably the dirtiest mouth. >> donald trump lashes out at fellow republicans as they try to distance themselves from the nominee. the gop has been in crisis mode since donald trump was caught on tape making lewd comments about women, and as more republicans rush to abandon ship, trump slams them as disloyal saying house speaker paul ryan was a weak and ineffective leader. trump tweetd, "it is so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and i can now fight for america the way i want to." nbc 10 national correspondent brian moore with the latest. >> reporter: campaigning for
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hillary clinton in north carolina, president obama sounded off for the first time on donald trump's caught on tape comments about women. >> i, too, believe in forgiveness and redemption, but that doesn't mean i'm going to elect the person president. >> reporter: minutes after he started speaking the president was interrupted by protesters accusing bill clinton of sexual assault, as of the former president himself earlier in the day. >> there you go. >> let's focus on what's really important to this election and in your future and the future of our country. >> we have to investigate hillary clinton, and we have to
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investigate the investigation. >> reporter: but on twitter he levelled stronger attacks on republicans who have left him for dead. trump's sharpest tweets were aimed at house speaker paul ryan, and he is telling fox news he neither wants nor needs ryan's support. in washington i'm brian moore, nbc 10 news. as brian just reported, the election has emotions running high for many voters, but one went too far for republican vice presidential candidate mike pence today. while expressing her concern about voter fraud. >> for me personally if hillary clinton gets in, i myself -- i'm ready for a revolution because we can't have her in. >> yeah, you don't -- >> i'm just saying it. >> the indiana governor was at a town hall in iowa when this exchange occurred. supporters gave him multiple standing ovations and thanked him for sticking with donald trump. hillary clinton has a nine-point lead over donald trump, among likely voters. that's according to a brand new
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nbc news wall street journal poll taken after sunday night's debate. in a four-way race, clinton draws 46% support to donald trump's 37%. pennsylvania will play a key role in this election, but time is running out to make your voice heard. the state's voter registration deadline is at midnight wrshs nbc 10 in old city where some people were registering before it's too late. the city commissioner's office tells us they received at least 25,000 voter registration applications today alone. the deadline to register in delaware is this saturday. the 15th. if you are voting in new jersey, you have until next tuesday, the 18th. hurricane matthew may be gone, but its impact is still being felt. florida residents now have until 5:00 p.m. tomorrow to register to vote in the wake of last week's storm evacuation orders. the storm has been blamed for at least 33 deaths in five states. north carolina has been the hardest hit with 14 deaths alone. at least six communities there
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remain under evacuation orders. a federal disaster has been declared in 31 counties there so far. locals are pitching in to help victims in the south. 80 volunteer members of new jersey nnl's urban search and rescue team have been in hard hit areas since the weekend. the american red cross jersey region is adding to its team of nearly two dozen already in the southeast. >> you see people in distress, and i'm fine myself, but you want to help those people. >> i have been through this before with hurricane sandy, so i'm glad that i was able to come here and help. >> the team members expect to return home tomorrow, but state officials say they're ready to send a different group to the flood zone if if needed. police say it happened around 8:00 tonight in the city's oxford circle neighborhood. according investigators two men broke into a home on hellerman
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street and stole $275. one of the suspects put a gun to the male homeowners owner's neck. the suspects left in a black jeep wrangler. the incident was caught on home surveillance. a scare involving two planes at newark airport. a united airlines flight was arriving from beijing this evening when it clipped wingds with an empty luftansa plane that was parked. no one was hurt, but both planes have minor damage. the faa is investigating what happened. the city of philadelphia is launching a new initiative to end youth smoking. mayor jim kinny says it is set to unveil the details tomorrow. we told the plan will try to limit the number of stores offering tobacco in low income neighborhoods. it's also expected to increase the annual fee for retailers selling tobacco from $50 to $300. new at 11:00 grave concerns in burkes county. a shuddered cemetery is denying families the right to see their loved ones.
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nbc 10 joins us with the details. janine. >> jacquelin, families are demanding access to rock cemetery where their loved ones are buried, but officials say the owners are claiming the cemetery is closed and not allowing any more burials. >> reporter: a cemetery battle is brewing in burkes county. beyond the grave stones at rock cemetery are signs telling people to keep out. >> the dead are there. they're ours. they're not their property. it's not real estate. >> reporter: the brooks county residents say the owners of rock stem taer have rocked visitors and future burials. hazel hamm has a plot awaiting her next to her husband who died more than 20 years ago. >> and now we're told that we -- i can't be buried there? i think that's cruel. i have that right to be buried there. >> this is one of the most atrocious things i have ever, ever heard. >> only way that this can be described as heartless insanity. >> reporter: the owners of the
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cemetery filed a lawsuit several months ago seeking to permanently bar people from the property. they also gave people the chance to exhume the bodies of their loved ones. lawmakers used words like vague and antiquated to describe current cemetery laws in pennsylvania with most agreeing those laws need to be updated. the property sold at public auction in 2010. an attorney for the owner says they did not know this was a working cemetery when they bought it. nbc 10 news. jury selection is underway in the civil trial of a former penn state assistant football coach who filed a lawsuit against the university. mike mccreary claims he was wrongfully terminated after reporting that assistant coach jerry sandusky sexually abused a boy in 2001. the pool of 219 jurors will be trimmed to 28 before a jury is seated. the school says mccreary was let go, but a new football coach was hired. mccreary is seeking $4 million in damages. the trial date is set for
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october 17th. one day after carl icahn closed down the taj ma hall in atlantic city, lawmakers are trying to see to it he loses his casino license for the property too. steve sweeney introduced a bill that would prevent icahn trying to reopen the taj next spring as a non-union facility. the bill needs approval in the state assembly. if passed, icahn would need to reach a deal with union workers in order to reopen. members of the jewish faith are observing the start of yam kippur tonight. ♪ >> nbc 10 in spring garden where services were held this evening. yam kippur is known as the day of atonement. it's a time of intense prayer and fasting. it includes the high holy days that began with a near celebration the rosh hashanah. calcium concern. why doctors say a daily
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supplement could actually increase your risk for heart disease. black lives matter versus blue lives matter. why one parent is so upset about her child's reading assignment. high-tech solution to pothole problems. the new tech names that could give you a smoother ride in just three minutes. and another chilly start tomorrow morning. then we warm into the 70s this week. i'll show you how long that will last coming up next. planned parenthood.
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i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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an bankrupt ending to a high speed chase in texas today. the driver left his truck and tried to run across the highway when an officer tasered him. the suspect went down just inches from oncoming traffic. police managed to detain the man and he was later arrested. if you were one of the millions of americans who take a daily calcium supplement, you
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might need to listen up. a new study finds taking those supplements may raise the risk of heart disease. researchers at john's hopkins conducted a ten-year study. they found those that took kaless yum supplements were 22% more likely to have calcium deposits in the coronary arteries. a healthy diet that includes dairy products and leafy greens and fortfied cereals can provide enough calcium for adults. a delaware mom is voicing her outrage after her sussex county middle school brought home a reading assignment that teaches kids, she says, that police are bad people. the story was put out for dallas room use. it's called blue and black, and it talks about recent high profile police-involved shootings of african-americans. jill, the wife of a police officer, says the bulk of the argument is that police should not be trusted. she did not let her daughter use the article for her homework. >> because i think it's clearly
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one-sided. i think it's promoting racism. i think it's promoting -- it's pretty much telling young kids that the cops are bad people. >> she said school administrators said they would not use it again, but scholastic told us they take special care to address controversial issues, and they have received positive feedback on this issue. now you can experience a new philadelphia apartment complex without actually stepping foot inside an apartment. nbc 10 at winfield heights for the grand opening of presidential cities leasing gallery. it offers potential residents the opportunity to take interactive tours of the complex through tablets, 3-d renderings, and holographic displays. tired of potholes? the mayor says they will smooth the craters in a matter of minutes. >> they're everywhere. i stay off the expressway because it's so bad. >> reporter: right now to repair
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those pesky and often dangerous potholes in the road, you need a crew of workers in a truck. often stopping traffic in the process. philadelphia councilman david oh says he has better ideas than a faster, less expensive, and permanent, including a self-contained spray injection unit. only requiring one worker. s he says it would cost $13 a pothole and take three minutes to fill. >> the new technology allows us to fill these potholes more safely, more cheaply, and more permanently. >> reporter: the councilman says infra-red repair would work in a similar manner and is hoping a city council hearing on the proposal will spark change. >> there's always a resistance to change, and it'd think that's one of the things that we have to show people is that our government is going to adjust and make changes so that we're solving the public's problems as quick as can be. >> reporter: he says between the request for potholes to be repaired and faulty repair methods, the city is struggling
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to keep up with demand from frustrated drivers. >> when you are driving in the neighborhood, you have to do a lot of swerving to get to avoid potholes. i don't want to have to pay for that for any damage done to my car. >> testimony for the proposals will be heard during the hearing tomorrow which begins at 10:00 a.m. as we know, the potholes only get worse during the harsh winter months. fortunately, we're dealing with fall weather. >> we don't want to think about harsh winter months just yet, and we're dealing with really nice weather today. nice chill in the air, and tomorrow another cool morning. that's the first headline. i think you're going to like it again when you wake up and walk outside. you might need the light jacket or if you needed the light jackets this morning, you might want to hang on to it tomorrow morning, especially if you are in allentown. not as cold as it was this morning in some areas, but still kind of chilly. 49 for a low in philadelphia tomorrow morning. 46 -- coastville, 44 degrees.
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if are you in atlantic city, right around the mid to low 50s for your morning hours. through the afternoon, another nice day, but we do have a warmup coming this week. back into the 70s. not a major jump in temperatures, but we will be a little bit warmer. normal high is 69 degrees. today we got to 67. tomorrow, 68. thursday, we should be right around the mid 70s. then we quickly cool down again into the mid 60s. that's going to be just a brief cooldown coming before we get back into the 70s again. it's that time of the year where we're in that transition from summer to winter. we tend to have those temperature swings a built. big area of high pressure. that's going to keep us nice and dry as we go to really the rest of this week, unless you are in the lehigh valley. that's our next chance of rain. here's a look at future weather. mostly dry tomorrow. you'll notice more clouds through the afternoon. then we go into thursday, more clouds thursday. best chance of rain will be the lehigh valley and the poconos. make even burkes county by
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lunchtime through the afternoon. very brief showers. nothing very heavy. then friday looks nice. dry. that leaves us to a nice weekend. for tomorrow, 68 degrees. mid 70s on thursday. friday, we're in the mid 60s. nice and sunny. pennsylvania suburbs around 70 by thursday. back in the mid 60s friday. lehigh valley, mostly just staying in the 60s. especially with that rain chance as we go into thursday. new jersey, 67 tomorrow. 72 by thursday. mid 60s by friday. along the shore, basically the same thing as delaware. mid 60s tomorrow. 70s on thursday. by friday we're back into the mid 60s. those are going to be some of the driest areas as we go into thursday too. then we go into your weekend saturday. mid to upper 60s. sunday we're back in the 70s. those 70s will last this time. by monday we're looking at the mid 70s across most of the area, and your ten-day on ten, really not looking bad at all. temperatures for the rest of this week, again, will be in the 70s briefly before we're back in
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the 60s. notice the stretch of those 70s going in the forecast from sunday through next week, so that looks like a nice forecast. now, we are going to be a little bit above normal for this time of year with that, because the normal high is now 69 degrees. i think we will take it. rain chances come on monday. we don't get out of those 70s. looks pretty good. nice stretch there. >> yeah. it's warming up nicely. >> yeah, warming up. cooling down. then warming up. not too warm. not uncomfortable. just what i think we like if we're a little bit in shock by the morning chill. >> i know. this morning it was cold. >> it was cold. a love affair with the city of brotherly love. >> that's philadelphia over there. every time i come, i need to take -- >> how "the tonight show" is paying tribute to some of philly's hometown stars.
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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do you own a plane? do you own a bank? pat toomey owned both. but it's the fact that toomey owns a seat in the u.s. senate that should really concern us. while on the senate banking committee, pat toomey voted to rewrite rules to help bankers like him ...and he tried to eliminate protections put in place to stop wall street's risky practices. pat toomey: looking out for wall street and himself, not pennsylvania. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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president obama was on the stump for hillary clinton tonight in north carolina, but that wasn't his only order of business there. the president takes a town hall at north carolina -- the event was hosted by the undefeated espn website devoted to the intersection between race, sports, and culture. >> when you have an attitude that this is about something bigger than me, then your individual victories or defeats become less important than the broader project. >> the town hall was part of the obama administration my brother's keeper initiative. it's one of the biggest comedy shows of all time. it was so big he made a movie out of his performance.
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>> philadelphia -- let me acknowledge my city. i love my city. the roots. the roots. how are you doing, fellows? we're trying to make history for the city this week. okay, baby. i'm trying to put on for the city, guys. that was a moment. >> okay. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> you can see hart's full interview on fallon. lane johnson is suspended. chase ottilie loves -- he is still the man. we'll show you what he did today in l.a. that is next.
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>> i'm john clark from csn. we waited for almost two months from an appeal, but lane johnson has been suspended ten games by the nfl for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs. lane is going to be eligible to play the final two games, but would he even be in game shape? this is the disruption. eagles did not need it with rookie carson went playing so well. now, howie roseman did release it statement. "we're very disappointed that lane johnson has been suspended ten games. his actions have affected the entire organization. he has no choice but to hold himself accountable to jeffrey lurie, coach peterson, and his staff, his teammates, and our fans." it accident loo like this guy, rookie will take lane's place at right tackle. the eagles did not want to change two spots, and they like how alan barber is playing at
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left guard. while carson went was in fargo, north dakota, for homecoming, he picked up $1,000 dinner bill for fren friends, and he left a tip of $500. guess you could say is he the anti-shady. nbc 10 is taking you back to where it all began. we traveled to carson's home state of north dakota to give us a look into his early life before he became an eagle. from went he came, our special friday night at 7:00 on nbc 10. on to the 6ers. tonight in memphis, the big man had a slow start, but joelle has a huge putback dunk coming right here. preseason high for him. nice. >> chase utley turns out to be
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the game-winning run. the dodgers force a game five thursday in d.c. chase is still driving runs in in the playoffs. >> he is going to play on the second line with sean and jake. i think as long as you figure out to be a pro and figure out how to be effective in games, it doesn't mean you are always on the score sheet. it's just, you know, contributing any way you can. looking forward to friday night. i'm john clark. we're right back.
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. katie v/she stays late.rd. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers.
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pat toomey has voted time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead. katie o/c: for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it. katie v/o: i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead.
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well, tomorrow morning it's going to be a cool start again, but by the afternoon upper 60s, and by thursday there's 70s that finally return. then we're back into the 70s by the end of the weekend. >> thanks for watching. the tonight show starring jimmy fallon is next. good night. and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- kevin hart, phoebe waller-bridge, musical guest james bay,


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