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deadly crash. we're learning more about two teenagers killed in an overnight collision on roosevelt boulevard. and war of words. an attorney for "the new york times" fires back at donald trump after he threatened to sue the paper. murder charges. nearly three years after the disappearance of a lehigh valley woman, police make an arrest they say dna evidence buried in the ground led them to their suspect. nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. >> and i'm lauren mayk. it's 6:00 a.m. it is a cool friday, feeling like fall. let's get right to meteorologist erika martin and the neighborhood forecast. >> good morning, lauren and rosemary. notice these temperatures right now, philadelphia at 49, allentown 47 and dover currently
48 degrees. a wider look, we can see cooler temperatures dipping down, especially tonight into tomorrow. notice these blues headed our way here. that's that polar jet. all that cooler air sliding into place. we have a frost advisory issued by the national weather service starting at 1:00 a.m. saturday until 9:00 a.m. your weekend looks fantastic. sunshine for today. temperatures in the mid-60s. a couple upper 60s. tomorrow 60s, delaware averaging out in the 70s. a few extra clouds developing on sunday. and tracking the potential for showers on monday. a really great stretch of weather for the next couple of days. jessica? >> thanks, erika. on the blue route, we're starting off around the germantown pike on ramp. all traffic moving along pretty smoothly. there are accidents out there, one out inç lower salford, mai street and indian creek road. another crash over around abington, shady lane and pine
road. and a third crash of the morning out in plymouth. that's on plymouth road and falcon way. if you're on route 202, no problems or delays right now. you can see all the roadways are pretty much green. all speeds in the 60s. rosemary? >> two minutes past 6:00 right now. 49 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios. new from overnight, a stretch of roosevelt boulevard in olney has re-opened after a deadly collision killed two teenagers. now philadelphia police are sorting out the details of this crash. nbc 10's matt delucia is live along the boulevard. matt, fill us in on the investigation. >> rosemary, accident investigators are looking into this. you can see one of the vehicles involve in this crash overnight. take a look at this video. this is what the area looked like shortly after the crash happened. philadelphia police say it was just before 12:30. the one car on front street, the other on roosevelt boulevard.
54-year-old woman hit a car with three teenagers inside. the 1 -year-old driver is at einstein with minor injuries, but his 19-year-old brother and a friend were killed after the car spun around and hit a light pole. both drivers are conscious and talking. investigators will be talking with them to get more information here. roosevelt boulevard in philadelphia also america, the penndot statistics, more than 60 people have died in the past five years, an average of one a month and about three people injured per day on average. state lawmakers are looking into the installation of speed cameras. on the other hand you'll find plenty of red light cameras along here. this is one of the intersections on the roosevelt boulevard in which you don't have those red light cameras here at this intersection of roosevelt
boulevard and front street. there are, of course, other intersections nearby that do have that. police will be looking to see if there's any video or photos from those intersections that might help them with this investigation. live in olney, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. 6:04. philadelphia police are investigating the death of a teenager inside a school. skyforce 10 was over the wordsworth academy in wynnefield heights. that's where police found the body of a 17-year-old last night. they actual us the teen got into an altercation with a member of the staff. it is unclear how that teen died. the academy provides education and services to children with emotional and academic challenges. now to a murder mystery in the lehigh valley. police have arrested a former co-worker in the disappearance of holly grim which went missing three years ago. state police confirmed two pieces of bone found last month in the yard of michael horvath matched the dna of holly grim. he's now in customer and charged
with holly's murder. she and horvath worked together for a companyç that makes chur organs. according to police, the criminal complaint horvath was late for work the day grim disappeared. he's accuse of killing her and burying her remains in his backyard in monroe county. horvath is in jail without bail. investigators have not revealed a possible motive for the murder. five minutes past 6:00 right now. now to decision 2016. republican donald trump will spend time in north carolina today at two rallies. it's a tight race in that state. meanwhile, the democratic nominee hillary clinton will be in seattle for a fund-raiser this evening. she'll also appear on the ellen show today at 3:00. watch it right here on nbc 10. in pennsylvania, chelsea clinton will be campaigning for her mother. the former first daughter will make two appearances on the west side of the state in pittsburgh. chelsea's friend ivanka trump was in the philadelphia suburbs
yesterday stumping for her father. this morning, "the new york times" is responding to a letter from donald trump's lawyer demanding a retraction. trump is threatening a libel suit after "the times" ran a story about two women accusing the gop of groping them years ago. the newspaper's lawyer said it would welcome trump's charge. he added that trump's public boasts about women would defeat any legal claim "the times" ruined his reputation. coming up in the next half hour, we'll break down more controversy facing both the trump and clinton campaigns, including where philadelphia's archbishop is taking issue with some of the clinton campaigns leaked e-mails and why donald trump's claim that he donated to 9/11 charities is now coming into question. this morning, we're getting more details about what kind of punishment former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane could receive. her lawyers are suggesting they'll ask for probation of house arrest at her sentencing later this month. kane resigned as the state attorney general after a jury
convicted her of perjury and obstruction of justice. kane leaked grand jury documents to a newspaper and then lied about it under oath. her sentencing is scheduled for october 24th. she could get up to nine months in jail. let's talk about the weather this morning. a little bit of a chill in the air but we definitely will warm up as the day continues. >> that's right. >> nbc 10 first alert meteorologist erika martin. she's anxious to tell us about them. >> i'm so excited to tell you how chilly it is this morning. the good news, we have lots of sunshine in the forecast. temperatures eventually hit mid to upper 60s. lauren and rosemary, we're talking about cooler temperatures to start the morning. notice these northerly winds here. of course, that is indicative that that cold front is well offshore. cooler temperatures, although the winds are pretty mild, it's still chillier to start the day. not a lot going on as far as cloud coverage goes. clear conditions right now and that's the story for the entire day. currently in philadelphia, 49 degrees, 47 in allentown.
wilmington, 46 degrees and mt. holly, currently at 43 degrees. a chilly start to the day. in just one moment, you will see that it's going to be chillier tomorrow morning. so forecast times out like this, lots of sunshine in the forecast. 60s pretty much, suburbs seeing upper 50s to low 60s. a high adrian day, in fact, a high and dry weekend in the forecast. hour by hour forecast, sometimes i show you the scattered showers moving through. not much going on through tomorrow morning. notice at 9:00 a.m., a few clouds at best. but i want to show you future temperatures starting at 1:00 a.m. the national weather service mt. holly has issued a frost advisory, starting at 1:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. notice these chilly temperatures, 42 for allentown, 45 for doylestown and trenton, burlington, 47 and voorhees, 49 degrees but tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m., notice that it's starting to get chillier there.
37 degrees for allentown. 41 for trenton and pottstown. 39 degrees. i'm pausing this at 7:00. it will be chillier at 7:00 a.m., allentown, 36 degrees and pottstown, 38. it's going to get chillier before it does warm up into the 60s by 9:00 a.m. we're seeing 40s and low 50s. your 10 day on 10, i've been meaning to get to this. we do have a lot to talk about. 60s today and tomorrow. 70s by sunday, developing clouds sunday into monday. i do think we'll see scattered showers, a quick coal front sliding through. tuesday and wednesday, temperatures will be above average. i'll go with mainly mid to upper 70s here. above average temperatures. tracking the potential for a system to move through, somewhere between thursday, friday and saturday. models are indicating that. if you follow us at nbc philadelphia, i'll have a blog. i'll talk more about technical stuff and what to expect for later next week. >> you weren't kidding. i see some 80s in there. oh, my goodness.
let's take a check of the roads on your friday morning. >> jessica boyington starts us off in south jersey. what are you seeing on the cameras? >> we're surprisingly still really light across the board everywhere in new jersey, pennsylvania and delaware. starting off in new jersey, the 42 freeway around the atlantic city expressway. this traffic right here is moving northbound. towards deptford or philadelphia, no problems or delays yet, heading down the shore. maybe if you're headed southbound, there's no problems there either. the schuylkill expressway, checking in with the drive times, typically about this time we start to see a slowdown. not at all. 13 minutes right now into center city eastbound from the blue route to the vine and speeds still into really high 50s. there are a few accidents out there. we're not getting away from this completely scot-free. lower salford, main street and indian creek road and another crash in abington, shady lane and pine road. the feds are involved into an investigation into a trash can explosion at the jersey shore. >> coming up next, we'll hear
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quarter past 6:00 right now on this friday. 49 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios. today, hundreds of people will start a 60-mile walk to raise awareness in the fight to end breast cancer. here's a live look at the willow grove mall. the parking lot outside breast cancer survivors, their family and friends are gathering for the annual susan g. komen three-day walk. this is video from a preef yavi walk.
the closing ceremony is at the navy yard in philadelphia at 4:30 sunday. federal, state and local investigators are working together to figure out what caused a trash can explosion in an ocean county community. >> that blast tore apart a rubber trash can in barnegat township early yesterday. it scared neighbors, especially since it followed a series of bombings set off in new jersey and new york less than a month ago. the explosion around 1:30 yesterday morning, scattered debris within ten yards of the rubber trash can there. no one was hurt by it. nearby cars and homes weren't damaged. federal and county and state investigators are working to figure out if that blast was a prank or an accident. >> especially at 1:30 in the morning. >> sounded like an explosion. >> investigators say the trash
can had been sitting near two houses for more than a week. they're analyzing the debris to see if they can find any clues. the man accused in the new york and new jersey bombings last month pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges he tried to kill police officers. ahmed rahami appeared before a judge via skype from his hospital bed. he's also accused of injuring more than 30 people in a bomb blast in new york's chelsea neighborhood and setting a pipe bomb in seaside park. boston police have identified the two officers who came under fire and were critically wounded wednesday night while responding to a report of a person with a gun. they are officers richard cintillo and matt morris. police returned fire, killing the gunman now identified as kirk figueroa. the confrontation woke up his roommate who says that figueroa may have snapped after suffer
ptsd. fans who come out to dilworth park will meet flyers greats of the past and enjoy some giveaways. >> ed snider became one of the most influential hockey league owners attending nearly all of the flyers home games an creating an organization that felt look a family. >> yesterday, city council members presented resolutions honoring the flyers and their late chairman, ed snider. the city officially congratulated the club on 50 years of hockey in philadelphia. it's 6:17. time to take a check of the roads this morning. >> yes, jess, i see those flashing lights behind you. we knew it was coming. >> i spoke too soon just a moment ago. we checked in with drive times on the schuylkill expressway. lo and behold, we have an accident right now. this is on south street, on the eastbound side of the schuylkill expressway. you you can see one lane merging together to move by the scene. any of the eastbound traffic, maybe you'reç headed towards 9. this is what you'll pass by and
deal with. it's slow moving by the scene. several emergency vehicles are on the scene. police officers there as well, due to an accident. now it mostly is into the shoulder but it's blocking part of the right-hand lane as well. with one lane getting by, you'll start to see things pick up. i'll keep my eye on that for you. i'll let you know about an accident on dekalb pike and welsh road. also, lower salford, an accident on indian and creek road. this morning, most of area is waking up to temperatures in the 40s. a little bit chilly out there but that's going to change. >> beautiful day ahead with plenty of sunshine. we'll take that. meteorologist erika martin has details. >> rosemary and lauren, a chilly start to the day. a great day ahead, lots of sunshine in the forecast. wildwood, new jersey, clear skies. cooler temperatures to start the day. that's why clouds always help us
keep warmer. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. otherwise, we're seeing neighborhoods mainly in the 40s with that northerly flow as that cold front falls or slides east of us. for the jersey shore, we are seeing temperatures -- jersey, rather, voorhees at 45 degrees, mt. laurel 47. lumberton 42 and shamong currently at 45 degrees. all around we're seeing mainly 40s to start the day. no poreries. we will start to warm up nicely and eventually hit 60s. for the shoreline, dennis township, 47 degrees, egg harbor, 42 for you. mays landing at 41 and wholegate, currently upper 40s. almost getting to the 50s soon enough. local neighborhood forecast at the bottom of your screen. if you look at what to expect along the delaware valley here for kent county and new castle county, newark, 46 degrees for you in harmony hills. current temperature 4 degrees and we are trending warmer,
finally going to hit 60s. mainly mid-60s. northerlies here behind that cold front which is why we're seeing chillier conditions. notice, dover, your wind speed picking up just a bit, about 12 miles per hour. your weekend forecast looks pless and. we have lots of sunshine in the forecast. temperatures mainly in the 60s. by saturday, we do have a couple of extra clouds developing, 60s to upper 60s as well. philadelphia, averaging out at 68 degrees. lehigh valley, 66 for you. on sunday, it looks like we're seeing lots of 70s in the forecast. if you follow us on social media at nbc philadelphia, you will get more updates on what to expect because we're pen trending warmer by next week. i'll go with upper 70s by tuesday and wednesday. of course, we will keep tabs on that for you. glenn "hurricane" schwartz will be here at 11:00 with more updates. don't forget to follow us with more updates. back to you. ♪ story of a hurricane >> next, literary loophole in
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selection. since the award typically goes to novelists or poets. after the announcement, some took to social media to weigh in. that included comedian rob delaney. delaney said on twitter, quote, bob dylan wins the nobel prize for literature, what's next, derek jeter wins a tony for his rice pilaf? what do you think? do you agree with the nobel prize in literature going to a musician? read up on bob dylan's decades long career right now on nbc10.com. rob delaney is cracking down on politicians these days. when republicans began abandoning donald trump after last week's "access hollywood" tape surfaced, he started raising money for their democratic challengers. he says those republicans, quote, jumped ship to save their own hides. delaney set up a page on the democratic party fund-raising hub. so far, more than 1,200 people
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deadly collision. a crash on roosevelt boulevard kills two teenagers. now police are trying to figure out how it happened. >> campaign trail controversy. donald trump defends himself following accusations of sexual misconduct and hillary clinton deals with the wikileaks aftermath. and the prosecution rests in the bridgegate trial. now new jersey governor chris christie is hit with a criminal summons in the case. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good friday morning to you.
this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm lauren mayk. >> i'm rosemary connors. definitely one of those mornings to crank up the heat when you get in your car. let's get more on the first alert neighborhood forecast from meteorologist erika martin. >> we have a nice day in the forecast, high pressure system keeping everything high and dry. something to look forward to. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. coatesville 45, mt. holly 43. wider perspective. notice the blows just to the north. we do have colder air sliding in for tonight into tomorrow. which is why we have a frost advisory issued by the national weather service starting at 1:00 a.m. saturdayç morning until 90 a.m. keep that in mine. it will be really chilly tomorrow morning. your weekend, however, looks fan taft wick temperatures today mainly in the 60s. and look at these sunny icons. we'll take that tomorrow. a couple of extra clouds, really not much. mostly sunny skies, mid to upper
60s and then on sunday i'm tracking some extra clouds starting to develop but notice these temperatures really mild and comfortable. averaging out and pretty much in the 70s. with clouds developing sunday into monday and tracking the potential for some showers on monday but, of course, i'll give you more information in my 10 day on 10. jessica? >> thanks, erika. watching the schuylkill expressway, still for this accident scene, surprisingly enough, seeing improvements already. it's right around south street on the eastbound side. just a few moments ago we had all lanes trying to go single file past this scene right here on the eastbound side. only the left lane was moving by. right now, all lanes back open. now it's into the shoulder. we're still seeing the residual delay right there. with this over into the shoulder, gaper delay as well. we're starting to see a westbound delay by the scene also. a little bit of trouble on the schuylkill expressway. this is out in limerick on west ridge pike and swamp pike and one on skippack.
on 422. we're still looking for the most part okay. maybe a few minutes of increase one or two. eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. speeds in the 50s. lauren? >> thanks, jessica. two teenagers are dead after a collision along roosevelt boulevard. police spent hours investigating this crash overnight which closed down part of the road. it has since re-opened. and nbc 10's matt delucia is live in olney. what can you tell bus thus abou investigation? >> we are at the intersection of roosevelt boulevard and front street. you see one of the cars involved in the crash behind me. you see the front-end damage. accident investigators were around here for quite a while. the intersection is back up, although the lanes were shut down for a while this morning. one car was on front street, the other on the boulevard. the 54-year-old woman driving her car on the boulevard hit the other car that had three teens
inside. the 18-year-old driver, he's at einstein, suffered minor injuries to his head and face. his 19-year-old brother and 17-year-old friend, a girl, they were killed after the car spun around and hit a light pole. loved ones showed up distraught, of course. both drivers, though, they were conscious and talking. so accident investigators will be speaking to get more information about what happened here. one of the big questions is who had the green light at the time of the crash. roosevelt boulevard has long been considered one of the most dangerous roads in america. from penndot statistics that we got, more than 60 people have died on this road in the past five years, an average of one a month. the state lawmakers are looking into the installation of speed cameras. on the other hand, you'll find plenty of red light cameras along here. this intersection, front and the boulevard does not have a speed camera. police said they are going to be looking at video, perhaps surveillance video or otherç cameras in the area just to see if they can get more evidence,
more information to help them. this car behind me was driven by the 54-year-old woman. she survived that crash, again, the other vehicle was taken away from the scene. we'll let you know what happens, what comes of this investigation as two teens died here early this morning. for now i'm live in olney, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. philly police are also looking for the driver wanted in a hit and run that sent a man to the hospital. skyforce 10 flew over this scene in northeast philadelphia last night. here's what we know from police. the 25-year-old victim was walking along braun street. he's now in critical condition at the hospital. kroit's office says the new jersey governor will appeal a court summons issued in the bridgegate case. yesterday, a judge allowed an official misconduct complaint to be filed against christie and for it to move forward. it's connected to lane closures and gridlock at the george washington bridge in 2013. prosecutors who rested their case yesterday in the trial of
two of christie's aides will now determine if they'll indict the governor based on the complaint by an activist. 6:35. coming in from our jersey shore bureau, the clock is ticking for atlantic city to resolve its budget crisis. the press of atlantic city reports state officials are giving the city until monday to submit a revised budget to avoid a possible stay take over. atlantic city's council introduced a spending plan in august that was less than the previous year but called for transitional aid from the state. new jersey officials said they have concerns with that budget. today a new executive director will take over at new jersey transit. >> the agency's board voted just yesterday to appoint steve santoro, he's been a long-time capital projects boss at njt. an investigation by the associated press reveals that new jersey transit has been involved in more than 150 accidents since 2011. the ap also found that the
agency paid more fines for safety violations than any other commuter railroad in the country over the past five years. last month, you may remember, a rush hour train slammed into the hoboken terminal, killing a woman and injuring more than 100 other people. this morning, new details about that investigation into the september 19th crash. heavy damage to the front of that commuter train appears to be hampering the investigation. the national transportation safety board says the electronics controlling the train's brakes and propulsion system were destroyed in the crash. so the ntsb is now scheduling more testing. management changes could be under way in philadelphia's public schools. concerned citizens held a rally outside school district headquarters in center city yesterday. where they called for abolishing the school reform commission in favor of a locally elected school board. this comes after commissioners marjorie neff and heather houston recently resigned.
last night was their final src meeting.ç it is cruel. it's frightening. and the truth is, it hurts. now is the time for all of us to stand up and say, enough is enough. >> both first lady michelle obama and president obama are blasting donald trump for, quote, bragging about sexual assaults on women, end quote. the first couple made their comments in separate campaign speeches for hillary clinton yesterday. meantime, the republican nominee continues to defend himself from allegations of sexual misconduct. >> trump says the media and hillary clinton's campaign are conspireing to dum his bid to win the election. trump drove home that point to his supporters at rallies yesterday. several women accused trump of inappropriate behavior in the
past. >> i never met these people. i don't know who they are. they're made up stories, filed right before the election. right before the election. >> trump says he is preparing to sue "the new york times" for an article on the sexual allegations. the newspaper says it welcomes the legal challenge. we now know hillary clinton's responses to written questions posed by a conservative legal group. in sworn testimony revealed just yesterday, the democratic nominee said nearly two dozen times she could not recall key details about her use of a private e-mail server during her time as secretary of state. the group, judicial watch filed lawsuits requesting government documents from clinton's tenure at the state department. let's talk weather now. you may need the jacket when you head out this morning. probably ditch it by lunch time. >> definitely. a chilly start, lauren and rosemary. temperatures mainly in the 40s
right now. new jersey averaging at 43 degrees, clear skies. that's the story for today. high pressure system keeping everything high and dry. lots of sunshine. that won't be the issue. it's just a chilly start for today and a chilly start tomorrow morning. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. otherwise, trending really nicely for much of the day. mid to upper 50s. philadelphia, 49 degrees right now with clear skies. by noon also seeing upper 50s to low 60s. i expect the average to be in the mid to upper 60s, suburbs likewise, seeing lots of sunshine. notice the northerly winds which is why it is cooler right now. 56 degrees by noon. by 4:00 p.m., 62. a couple of extra clouds, otherwise, a really great day in the forecast. here's why. not much going on on satellite and radar. cold front is offshore. notice we just don't have anything going on. in fact, hour by hour forecast in just one moment, we'll show you we don't have the much going on for the next couple of hours. it looks like showers return by
monday. your forecast for today, philadelphia by 1:00 p.m. seeing great conditions, lots of sunshine. upper 50s to low 60s. that's a trend at least through the lehigh valley. by 1:00 p.m., upper 50s an sunshine. 58 for the jersey shoreline. pretty much that's the story. looking good.ç however, i do want to mention this. light winds and cool temperatures. chilly temperatures in fact. that leads to frost. we do have a frost advisory in effect starting at 1:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. i can't stress that enough. tomorrow morning, a chilly start to your saturday. starting at 1:00 a.m., we're seeing mainly 40s, upper 40s for philly and swedesboro, voorhees, 48 for you. by 6:00 a.m., seeing much cooler temperatures, 37 degrees for allentown. trenton at 41 and pottstown 39. notice here, 7:00 a.m., it's cooler here. 36 degrees for allentown, pottstown, 37 and west chester, 41 degrees. it will get chillier tomorrow morning before it does get warmer and finally we'll see by
about 9:00, 10:00 a.m., upper 40s, certainly low to mid-50s. burlington, 53 degrees. that's what you can expect by early tomorrow morning, hour by hour forecast, right hen me. not much to talk about because there's not much going on with the high pressure system in control. however, 10 day on 10 shows increasing clouds sunday into monday. scattered showers on monday. warmer temperatures by tuesday and wednesday. i'm going to go with mainly upper 70s, maybe one or two 80s. the story could be here, thursday, friday, saturday. if you follow us on social media at nbc philadelphia, get more updates on your 10 day on 10. back to you. >> all right, thanks, erika. 6:41. the roads have been getting a little bit busier out there. >> yes, jessica boyington, i know you've been watching the schuylkill expressway around south street. do you have an update? >> right. we do have an update there. first we check in with the ben franklin bridge. here's our cameras actually from the philly side. all the traffic in here is moving westbound, a little bit of a jam up approaching the toll
plaza and moving up through camden. other than that once you get over the bridge, it seems like there's no problems there. no real problems heading into new jersey. moving to the schuylkill expressway, our update is at this accident scene. good news here. you can see most of the delay, seems to have trickled out. that accident scene on the eastbound side of the schuylkill has cleared. we're not seeing any of that same delay on the westbound side. just typical morning volume right now. >> moving over to 76, over in new jersey in gloucester city, not part of the schuylkill expressway. our cameras around market street early approaching an earlier disabled vehicle up ahead. it looks like we're not seeing any of that same volume moving through the philadelphia area. if you're heading towards south jersey on the opposite side, we're doing okay there. there's a couple accidents out there. i'll still highlight some of those for you. i'll check in with more delays when i'm back at 10. >> 6:42 on this friday. 49 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios. coming up next, is it a sign of the changing times in south
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6:46 and philadelphia's archbishop is reacting to hacked e-mails from hillary clinton's campaign that appear to show some staffers mocking catholics. >> in
one of the e-mails, a top clinton aide wrote of catholic conservatives, quote, i imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion. their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelicals. end quote. the e-mail has not been
authenticated by nbc news. the aide at the center of the comments in question told reporters yesterday that she is a catholic and she does not recognize that e-mail. in his weekly column, archbishop charles chaput is weighing in on this, writing of course it would be wonderful for the clinton campaign to repudiate the content of these ugly wikileaks e-mails, all of us backward thinking catholics actually believe what scripture and the church teach would be so very grateful. take a look at the cover of this morning's "new york daily news." the headline reads trump's 9/11 lie. the tabloid says a check of records by new york city officials could not find a $10,000 donation trump pledged to a major 9/11 charity. the finding appears to contradict trump's prior statements that he or his foundation gave to charities in the aftermath of the 2001 terror attacks. after more than a decade, a sign at geno's steaks that asks
customers to order in english is now gone. >> geno vento has run the iconic south philly cheese steak stand since his mother and father passed away a few years ago. his father, joey vento grabbed national attention in 2006 when he put up the controversy sign. a few weeks ago, geno quietly took it down. he spoke exclusively to nbc 10 about his decision. >> i want everybody to come here and enjoy a cheese steak. that's what it comes down to. the way i do it is differently. you know, i like to hug. >> some latinos we spoke with tell us they do not plan to eat at geno's. they think taking down the signs with a business move. >> geno insists it's not. now take a look at two heroes of montgomery county.
abington sergeant toledo and officer martinez received congressional sigh takings. they were honored for defusing a situation involving an armed and suicidal man that could have turned deadly. during a struggle, sergeant toledo squeezed off all the rounds in the man's weapon from safely taking him into custody. 6:49, 49 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios. it's cooler in other spots across the region. definitely grab that jacket before you head out the door. >> let's get a check of your weather as you're looking outside. you can see the sunrise on its way. erika martin is tracking the conditions where you live. >> good morning, lauren and rosemary. we have a great day in the forecast. lots of sunshine. we're seeing that. notice this wind pattern right now. this is why it's chilly. there's a cold front east of us and notice these northerly winds, picking up just a bit. still calm. coatesville, 7 mile per hour wind speeds. for you along with philadelphia, dover, 12 mile per hour wind speeds. we're seeing 40s in the forecast, trenton at 44, mtçholly 43. atlantic city, one degree cooler at 43 degrees. 42 degrees rather. neighborhoods seeing lots of
sunshine, high and dry today, 64 for bethlehem. keep in mine because we do have the calm winds and clear skies and cooler temperatures through the overnight hours, it looks like we'll see areas much patchy frost. haddonfield, 65 degrees, glossboro 63, trenton 64 and keeping it mainly in the 60s, mid to upper 60s for avalon, lots of sunshine and dover 63 with wilmington faring better at 67 degrees. satellite and radar image, i can't emphasize this enough. there's not much going on right now, it's dry. we do have that front just to the east and notice not much going on right now. forecast for today, timing out perfectly with a couple of clouds developing by about 5:00 p.m. otherwise, mostly sunny to sunny sky for today with calm winds throughout the entire day. in fact, new jersey seeing lots of sunshine by 1:00 p.m. and by 5:00 p.m., a few clouds
developing. otherwise, future temperatures starting at 1:00 a.m. and getting this going through early tomorrow morning. notice by tomorrow, 5:00, 6:00 a.m., upper 30s to low 40s. mid-40s for philly, speedsboro at 43, wilmington at 42 and dover, your expected temperature at 6:00 a.m. 45 degrees. as we get this moving, it starts to get chillier before it gets warmer at 7:00 a.m. allentown, 36 degrees. pottstown, 37 and trenton, you're expected temperature at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, 39 degrees which is why we do have that frost advisory issued by the national weather service between 1:00 and 9:00 a.m. then finally by about 9:00, 10:00 a.m., we're seeing much more comfortable temperatures. swedesboro, 56 degrees. hour by hour forecast picking up on absolutely nothing. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. here is your 10 day on 10. on monday, tracking some showers, temperatures starting to warm up. i'll go with upper 70s, maybe
one or two low 80s tuesday into wednesday. the big story after that could be some active weather, in fact, by thursday into friday. on saturday, if you follow us on social media at nbc philadelphia i'll be posting some technical discussions on our blog. back to you. >> thanks for that erika. eight minutes until 7:00. it's that time of morning when we know the traffic starts to back up. >> some drivers look like they are sitting in quite a slowdown, jess. >> completely stopped almost on the schuylkill expressway. this is just normal morning volume right here. our cameras around passyunk avenue, the westbound side. all of 95 and moving if you're headed towards the vine street expressway, towards center city area, almost at a standstill. you can see a complete string of brake lights, 14 minutes, 17 minutes now just popped up there. speeds into the teens as well. westbound 95 to the vine street expressway. that's a short trip that should take you four to five minutes. we're now at 17. out in chester county, there's an accident on pottstown pike and west feederville road.
watch for that. road, we're seeing one there. also checking in with 95. we're seeing delays on both sides of 95 which is abnormal for this time, typically we only see big delays into center city. we're almost matching it on the northbound side from the vine street expressway to woodhaven road heading towards northeast philadelphia. average speeds there into the 30s as well. rosemary? >> thanks for that, jess. >> coming up next, we'll take a look at the morning's headlines and stories we'll be following throughout the day. >> the winner of our high school blitz game of the week. penn wood and academy park. we'll feature the game tonight at 11:00. we'll have highlights from a list of other games from around the region. ♪
about three minutes to 7:00. here are some of the stories we'll be following for you today. donald trump will be in north carolina at two rallies. >> hillary clinton will be in seattle for a fund raiser this evening. she'll also appear on the "ellen" show at 3:00 on nbc 10. a newly revamped richard nixon library and museum will re-open today. today in philadelphia, it's the grand opening of rodin square and spring garden. it's one of the largest whole foods markets in the entire country. it's the center piece of the project. the new development near the art museum features luxury apartments, a cafe, a cvs and a branch of thomas jefferson university hospital. and rowan college will be holding its annual mega job fair, set for the campus gymnasium in sewell.
nearly 100 employers in a variety of field will be interviewing job seekers. hundreds of breast cancer survive he's, family and friends will leave willow grove mall on their 60-mile journey. today philadelphia's fairmount park will officially receive it's national designation as a great public space in america. the park is being rised for character, quality and how it enriches the city. and tonight, the flyers open their 50th anniversary season in los angeles against the kings. fans here at home can participate in a noontime pep rally at dilworth park with giveaways and flyers greats in attendance. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with one last check on your roads. starting off on 95. big delays in both directions. 95 around girard avenue. looks messy here. 24 minutes southbound from
woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. oddly enough, we're seeing the same drive time heading the opposite direction towards northeast philadelphia. there's an accident out in upper providence on black rock road and gulf club drive. another one out in chester county, pottstown pike and west cedarville road. conditions for this morning, we're chillyç and in fact theyl get chillier overnight tomorrow into early saturday morning. notice the temperatures starting at midnight. 40s and upper 30s as well. as we pause this tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m., 38 for allentown and 45 for philly. we get cooler and warmer. finally seeing upper 60s tomorrow. chilly today, chilly tomorrow. >> you know what, though, at least it's not raining, especially for the participants of the susan g. komen three day. there have been past years where it's been a downpour. >> i'm sure they're looking forward to it. >> it will feel pretty nice. i see jackets out there, probably a lot of pink
sweatshirts. there's a pink t-shirt and sweet shi -- sweatshirts as well. "today" show is up next, everyone. good morning. one-two punch. first lady michelle obama delivers a stinging and emotional takedown of donald trump over his alleged treatment of women. >> it is cruel. it's frightening. and the truth is, it hurts. >> as the president slams republicans blaming them for trump's rise. >> they've been feeding their base all kinds of crazy for years. >> trump now lashing out at the women who claim they were targets of his unwanted advances. >> they're horrible, horrible liars. >> can the trump ticket bounce back from what's become an avalanche of accusations? we'll ask his running mate, governor mike pence, when he joins us live. brutal storms.