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here and gathered to see him. >> i was down in cape may when i heard he would be here. i was down and my daughter was getting married. >> reporter: for about an hour and a half, members of the kelly family gathered and walked through the home. >> the wallpaper and paint in the front hall are the time as since 1925. >> the home was built by the father of grace kelly, an olympic rower who won three gold medals. grace left philadelphia to pursue a career in the movies photos show the royal couple and their children on the grounds of the house. the house was sold three times and now it's book in the hands of the royal family who have yet to fully decide what to do with it. >> i was in monaco for a rowing
event. we're just kicking around ideas like that. >> reporter: we have also been told that the house could have some offices for prince albert's foundation, as well as a limited museum. reporting live in east falls, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. >> a former owner of the home was hoarding dozens of cats in that home that she had owned since 1973. members of the pspc arkspspca - 19th and chestnut where it was
all jackets and hats this morning. calm conditions off the new jersey coast. live look at what's happening in seaside heights. temperatures are going to tumble tonight and parts of our area could even see the first snowflakes later this week. >> glenn "hurricane" schwartz, you're tracking this frost advisory and a freeze warning for tonight, glenn? >> it's not unusual for this time of the year, it's late in october, almost november, to get our first frost is actually a little bit late in the calendar. we have had a lot of clouds today, but they're starting to break up, 50 degrees in the northwestern suburbs. and the wind is going down a little bit. it's still 10 to 20 miles an hour so you can't get frost when the wind is that high, you have
to have calm conditions for the frost to accumulate. mt. ho so there's some frost and freeze warnings in effect. here's some of the clouds that have to break up coming down from the northwest, and the temperature is going to drop sharply, by 10:00, it's down to 46 in philadelphia. but already down in the 30s in some of the northwestern s suburbs, take the heavier coat with you, you'll certainly need it in the morning. we'll talk more about actually a pretty significant warmup again, along with some rain coming up with the rest of the forecast.
>> burglars target a northwest philadelphia storm. you can see the front window was smashed. high end purchases were taken from the store. >> the particulburglary at boyd the next in a sproitring of cri. a man was last seen carrying the 6-foot piece on sampson street. we'll show you what the staircase looked like after that theft. 12 the iconic stairway dates back to 1865. a suspect has now been i-- police say he shot and wounded a
what who tried to break up a fig fight. our 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with a deadly motel shooting. >> an entire community is on edge this morning. the motel is in elkton. >> what are police telling you? >> reporter: well, they think they have figured it all out at this point. the southbound lanes of route 40, they remain closed. if you look beyond that ford explorer, you see the second floor balcony. witnesses could watch the whole thing unfold on this balcony at the new eastern motel. maryland state police say
troopers and county sheriff's deputies were carrying out a warrant. when they saw the suspect grab for a gun in the hotel room, they retreated when the suspect-poususpect pointed the gun at them. >> he started shooting at the police, the police started shooting back. people were running and screaming, it was crazy. >> a woman also came out and pointed her gun at them. police are trying to determine if either suspect actually fired any shots at officers. >> the suspects ignored the police officer's commands and the police officers fired. >> reporter: the investigation continues, we do know the names of the two people that were killed. again, they were wanted for firing guns and drug offenses. it all happened back in dover on october 18. so again, there is a connection here and as soon as we can give
you those names, we'll do that. for now we're live in elkton, maryland. tonight crews continue to work to clean up a crash involving four tractor trailers, sky force 10 over the scene this morning. the road just reopened within the past 90 minutes, not clear how many people were injured but officials say they're all expected to be okay. nbc 10 is counting down until the general election, we are just two weeks away, 14 days from when voters head to the polls. >> as hillary clinton learned, she has the vote of a prominent republican today. clinton just wrapped up a rally in the coconut grove area of miami. colin powell announced that he's
endorsing the democratic nominee. clinton whose birthday is tomorrow joked about the last debates being a gift. >> that last debate was like an early birthday present, right? but here's what i wanted you to remember. i stood next to donald trump for 4 1/2 hours proving once again i have the stamina to be president and commander in chief. >> clinton also pushed her people to vote for democratic senate candidate patrick murphy, he's running against senator marco rubio. right now trump is speaking in central florida. earlier today he visited the bay of pigs museum in miami. trump told them he feels confident he can win the sunshine state. >> i'm hear we're doing very, very well and in florida, the number of people at the voting
boothsmassive, the biggest they have ever seen. and a lot of them wearing trump buttons and hats. >> this comes as a new nbc news/survey monkey poll. in a two-way matchup, clinton leads with 50%, to donald trump's 41%. >> vice president joe biden worked to drum up support for hillary clinton. biden told the crowd that trump is damaging the united states's reputation in the world. early voting continues in new jersey tonight, many offices across the state including one in camden county is open until
9:00. early voting began a week ago and continues until november 5. president obama appeared on jimmy kimmel last night. >> president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states, exclamation point, at@realdonaldtrump. at least i will go down as a president. >> the president went on to tell kimmel that he was proud of the job clinton is doing and is enjoying campaigning for her. he's urging everyone to get out and vote. count on nbc 10 for decision 2016 coverage. just tap the nbc 10 app. happening today, city leaders will meet to discuss
accusations of racism in philadelphia. last month the owner of an lgbt bar and club came under fire for using racial slurs. not your ordinary crash, in delaware, a truckloaded with cows overturned. last night the truck jackknifed and flipped over. our nbc 10 photo journalist was allowed inside the truck to see the animals. more than half the cows survived the crash, the driver was okay but is police gave him a ticket. creepy clowns are showing up across the country. school districts are banning students from wearing clown costumes to halloween parties.
a 12-year-old boy was charged with making clown threats in bensalem. bridget kelly faced cross-examination from prosecutors, she said that her -- referred to a traffic study, not to a political retaliation plot. she, along with port authority worker millibbil bill baroni ar- mpls the east greenville borough can sill will announce their police coverage. the mayor says a shared police force is placing too heavy a tax burden on the community. tonight's meeting is at 7:30.
camden county correction officials swore in their first female warden. officials say her professionalism and dedication will allow her to lead the facility into the future. a new deputy warden was also sworn in today. tragedy at an australian theme park from four people died in a mishap on a water ride there. a malfunction threw two riders out of the raft while two were caught inside. the park is closed until further notice. a federal judge has approved vol volkswagen's plan. this comes a year after volkswagen said it dodged emissions standards. about 475,000 evacuation wagvol
will be able to -- >> the university is giving music a try there, the school announced plans to hold a concert this summer. the official won't release the name of the headliner until the november 5 game against iowa, the concert will be the first nonuniversity event in history. a ribbon cutting ceremony was held in glassboro this morning. officials say the purpose of the project is to grow the city and economy. want to talk more about those snowflakes we may see later this week? >> glenn made a good point, though, it's about that time of
year for this. >> and we're only talking about snowflakes in the poconos, which will probably melt even if they do occur, maybe into parts of the lehigh valley. > the rest of us got clouds and they're starting to break up as the sun goes down and you'll find hour after hour, we'll be seeing less and less cloud cover. that's kept the temperature down today, coastal only 50, that's a long way from the temperatures we saw at this time yesterday. 11 degrees colder in allentown and mt. holly, 10 degrees colder in atlantic city, 11 degrees colder in wilmington and coatesville. that's kind a change. plus we still have wind on top of that, there are places where the temperature drops back into the 40s, 49 in nazareth, and
some places will go down to at least 40 if not lower. some parts of our area are under a freeze warning tonight. so some places will be seeing their first frost, others will be seeing the first official temperature at 32 or below. once these clouds break up, which they will do as the wind dies down, we're not seeing the moisture come over the lakes anymore, once you reduce the wind. this area is in the middle of the country, that is going to be bringing the rain on thursday, let's see what the timing is, hour by hour, as we go into the morning, of course we're clear, that's how the temperature will be able to go down that far. nothing during the day tomorrow, now we're starting to see some action come in, the pink is a wintry mix, maybe a little bit
of sleet, and this is potential snow, especially up near the new york border, perhaps a little bit in the poconos, lehigh valley, the temperatures should be at or above freezing, and then everything turns to rain anyway. as we go through the afternoon, we'll see more widespread showers and maybe even some thunderstorms in parts of the area, and into the evening, before we dry out for friday. now tomorrow, we're starting off really cold, and we're not really warming up a whole lot either, easton 31 degrees, warming up to 51. phoenixville 53, warming up to 52 degrees. mt. airy, 33 in the morning, going up to 52. and even in parts of new jersey, temperatures close to the freezing mark in the morning. as far as the weekend is concerned, it's going to be pretty warm. we're talking about frost and freeze tomorrow morning, look at these temperatures, saturday,
i'm going for 70s, sunday 74, these are above a lot of the other forecasts that you may be seeing, but i think we have got some warm air coming and we don't even have showers in the area. then there's trick-or-treat day, pretty good, about average temperatures and it does look like it is going to be dry. we'll have the rest of the ten-day forecast, with even more 70s in it a little bit later. back to decision 2016 and of course the race for the white house, not the only contest you should pay attention to on your ballot. >> the battle for control of the ball -- pat toomey was back in our area campaigning again today. >> reporter: while big rallies and speeches put the spotlight on the top of the ticket, there's a new push to pay attention to the rest of your ballot. >> we're going to need help doing that after the election,
and that's why i hope you will do everything you can to elect katy mcginty your next senator. >> hillary clinton at a recent stop in pennsylvania what a race between democrat katie mcginty and republican pat toomey is close and critical. >> if democrats are able to pick up a seat in pennsylvania, that moves them closer to control of the senate. >> reporter: with clinton up in most national polls, villanueva political science professor says what to watch now is downballot races is a wave to develop just like in 2014 for republicans. >> that wave can overwhelm issues, and can overwhelm incumbent advantages. >> toomey getting help from three colleagues, senatoring from colorado, and north
carolina. >> pat toomey has stood up for this nation time and time again. >> reporter: what kind of pressure do you feel that this race could be won that tips the balance in the senate? >> it certainly could tip the control of the senate and you know, i don't know how the race is going to turn out at the top of the ticket, but however it turns out, we need a republican controlled senate. >> reporter: i also asked katie mcginty how she feels about pennsylvania being in the spotlight. >> it determines what's going to be in charge of the united states senate and it will play a big role in the presidential campaign as well. and i think once people know, hey, if you're working hard, you should be able to get ahead. i think it's great, pennsylvanians your voice matters and will count in this election. still staying on this race, meantime police trying to figure
out who's been targeting pat toomey's neighbors. someone spray painted these disturbing messages on two homes across the street from toomey's house, the message called republicans nazis and racists, both the toomey and mcginty campaigns are condemning the vandalism. to this now, an nbc 10 viewer -- >> a valet service at a center city hospital. >> the driver got the ticket on the car and he mostly ditched it. still ahead on nbc 10 news at 4:00, we'll show you how the nbc 10 sponz teresponds team he get his money back.
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a brand new legoland discovery center opens in philadelphia. this next story is more my speed when i was young. >> i love legos. you love the american doll? >> three words that will have little girls running to the screen, american girls dolls. the dolls will be available at about 100 stores beginning on saturday. the exact locations are not yet known, it's part of the company's new plan to entice shoppers. they're also going to have santa claus inside the stores for the first time. some big box stores aren't hiring as much as usual. it's because of the increased competition from online retailers.
nordstrom is looking to hire 11,000 temporary workers. the majority of those will be on the floor and in the stock room. it's a big story that has every parent talking. >> new recommendations to stop sids and other infant related deaths. the safety checks every parent should make before they put their babies to bet at night. where crime is concerned in center city in less than a week. boyds on chestnut is back open as police search for who's behind this. temperatures are going to be taking a tumble overnight and parts of our area could be seeing
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right now at 4:30, a break in at boyds department store in center city. a mash and grab this morning. the break in at the store is the latest in a string of crimes in recent days. >> nbc 10's cydney long is outside the store in center city. >> i know they say this is not your normal slash and grab, so what happened here? >> reporter: early this morning the crooks we're told broke in by smashing a car through the window here at boyds, the damage is done to the window right now, you can see it's boarded up and
police are on the prowl for whoever was behind the heist. glass shattered and so is the security of some center city residents after the heist in the middle of the nights, police say thieves smashed into the window and in seconds the thieves pocketed thousands in elite expensive handbags, jackets and hats. center city employees and residents watched as the window was quickly fastened up. boyds didn't skip a beat, but residents are thinking. >> it just feels like things are out of control. >> reporter: many say it's time for more foot patrols. >> i don't see them walking the beat as much here as they do in the outer city. >> i have lived in a lot of
inner city places, i have worked in the bronx, so i know a lot of people are hurt and don't have things they need to get by, but this is not okay. >> it's kind of scary, and to thinks there was a shooting in rittenhouse. >> reporter: and speaking to the residents and people who work here in center city, we also spoke with some local business owners who are fed up with a lot of this crime. some residents say they plan to leave chestnut street all together. turning to our weather now, fall colors are in full swing across our area, this was the scene in east plymouth valley park today, you can see the leaves, at least the ones still left on the trees, they're turning yellow and a beautiful brown. here's a live look at center
city, you can see the wind blowing the flag around, if you left without a jacket, you had to go back home to get it. definitely chilly out there. if you have some fall flowers or plants, you may want to cover them up. >> a freeze warning for parts of the area, glenn? >> when you have temperatures like these, and clearing skies temperatures are going to go down. partly sunny now, it's not as cloudy as it was even an hour ago, these clouds starting to break up as the sun starts to go down. it was the sunshine that helped to trigger those clouds during the day today. so later on tonight, we have the frost coming in, areas in lighter blue and the freeze warnings in the purple here, as the actual air temperature gets to 32 or below in many of these counties, redding, pottstown,
allentown, among the places that are going to get close to 30 degrees by morning. 34 in vineland, 35 in galloway, 35 in mt. holly. and if the wind goes down that will allow even colder air to settle on the ground, that's where the plants are and that's why you have a frost advisory. the clouds are starting to break up, and the wind is starting to break up as well. we'll talk about just how much warmer it's going to get during the ten-day period and how much warmer it's going to get coming up. man and a woman are dead after shooting with police in maryland. it happened at the new eastern inn on east pulaski highway. the officers were serving a warrant when that shooting happened. we have also learned all lanes are open after a crash involving four tractor trailers in
montgomery county. overhead this morning on i-76, near the quakerstown interchange. officials say they're all expected to be okay. >> prince albert of monaco was in east falls where -- albert spent nearly an hour inside walking the property. no word on what the family plans to do with that home. a different kind of beer run. >> and it involves a self driving semitruck. we'll explain how this history making drive will change the future of delivery service. what doctors are saying about the lifelong impact of concussions on children's health. and the high school game of the week, st. joseph's of new jersey versus st. augustine, and haverford versus sprainiingfiel.
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career is about looking out for families like yours.
creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. but pat toomey actually owned a bank. most people owe the bank. and when
he went to washington, he voted to change the laws... to benefit wall street and banks like his. voting to gut consumer protections that crack down... on predatory lending and fraud. to take money from you and... line the pockets of wall street millionaires like... himself. pat toomey: out for himself, all in for wall street. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. hillary clinton: this is not an ordinary time, and this is not an ordinary election. i want to send a message to every boy and girl and indeed to the entire world. that america already is great, but we are great because we are good.
we are going to lift each other up. i want us to heal our country and bring it together. we have to start getting the economy to work for everyone... not just those at the top. making the best education system from preschool through college. making it affordable, because that's, i think, the best way for us to get the future that our children and our grandchildren deserve. my vision of america is an america where everyone has a place. this is the america that i know and love. if we set those goals and we go together,
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i'm hillary clinton >> the use of birthing pools may be helpful for women in the early stages of labor. experts say women in labor in water should be monitored closely. lingering concussion symptoms could lower the health related quality of life in children. canadian researchers assessed 1,500 kids, four, eight and 12 weeks after a head injury. those with issues -- even kids who recovered quickly had lower scores than healthy children. parents share a bedroom with your baby until they turn at
least six months old. >> those are some of the new recommendations to try to prevent sleep related infant deaths. what officials are saying about the new sleeping guidelines. and what every parent can do before putting down their little one. i'm tracking the frost and freeze advisories in your first alert neighborhood weather.
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and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. local doctors speaking out about the best way to protect babies from sudden infant death syndrome also known as sids. >> sleeping in the same room with your baby can reduce the risk of sids by half. they suggest keeping babies in
their parents room up until they're six months old. local pediatrician dr. robert voner says there are some important things every parent should check before putting your baby together. >> infants should sleep in a kr crib, a playpen. no bedding, no stuffed animals, no blankets, no quilts. >> more than 100 babies die in their sleep each year in the u.s. a self-driving truck made what officials said was the first ever commercial delivery without a driver. a truck hauled a load of beer. a professional driver was in the rig the entire time monitoring
the truck. that's a little bit scary to think about, a semi driving with no driver. >> that's like a forecast without a meteorologist like hurricane. >> that's true. certain people are just not replaceable. >> exactly, glenn. >> of course that includes our anchors over here. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> because when things go wrong, computers can't adjust, humans do, that's what makes anchoring a tough job. we got a lot of clouds around during the day today, but they're starting to break up. the temperature is going to be going down, we have already seen temperatures only in the 50s today after being in the 60s yesterday. and we're in the 50s even in delaware, newark is at 55,
wilmington 54, 59 in georgetown, a lot in milton and lewis, delaware as well. these temperatures are a little bit cold cooler than what we were at this time yesterday. compared to last week, it's like 30 degrees colder. we have the freeze warnings in effect for much of the area until 9:00 a.m., frost advisories for southern delaware, cape may county as welt. that's going to be diminishing, this is the area that's going to be coming in on thursday, with our best chance of rain for the next ten days or so. we have temperatures down in the 30s overnight, and we're going to be seeing frost in parts of the area, not really warming up a whole lot tomorrow. some places may not get out of the 40s.
then the clouds come in, and here's thursday morning, a little bit of light snow possible, up in the poconos, marginal temperatures that will probably melt. and then some more coming in in by noon. it does warm up, changes over to rain, the rain spreads across most of the area, and it is wet thursday afternoon and thursday night. maybe even some thunderstorms. so it's going to be kind of nasty there. the temperatures overnight tonight, as you can see, going down into the 30s by mid night, and freezing mark by 6:00 a.m., philadelphia down to 38 degrees. > the weekend forecast is a warm one for this time of year, it's not in the 80s, but 74, that's ten degrees above average. halloween is about average, but it looks like sunshine is in the forecast there. so the only rain i've got in the
forecast is on thursday, with a high of 58 degrees, we have that warm weather over the weekend, a little bit cooler monday, and here comes some 70s back again next week. so next week is going to be warmer than this week. >> wow. okay, glenn, a viewer has a theory about why he got a surprise ticket from the ppa. >> and it involves a valet service. how the nbc 10 responds helped get his money back for a fine he did not deserve. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, and she's never abandoned
them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe.
no warning, no hearing. it's a lending practice sorcing outrageous, most states banned it. but at the bank founded by pat toomey it was business as usual. forcing small business owners out of their homes. toomey even used his power in the senate to help himself, voting to gut rules that protect us and crack down on big banks. pat toomey. out for himself, not us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
responds, a man who was undergoing back surgery parked his car at the hospital. >> talk about adding insult to injury, this man, he says he saw his doctor, got his car then went home. but a month later, he got a surprise notice in the mail. >> murray is doing much better these days, better than he was when he arrived at penn hospital for his doctor's appointment in 2015. >> he tells us he paid the $18 fee to the valet. he received an $80 parking ticket. lightman says the city hold him his car was illegally parked on the street. >> the driver got the ticket on the car and he must have ditched
it because i never saw the ticket. >> reporter: lightman tells us he paid the ticket to avoid penalties and called the doctor's office for help. but he says he got anything but help. >> it was a major run around. >> reporter: he says the doctor's office referred him to the hospital, which referred him to the garage manager. lightman says the garage manager promised to reimburse him. but the money never came. he called five times over nine months before he gave up. >> and i saw you on channel 10. >> reporter: we reached out to the hospital and they told us they would contact lightman, two months later, he got back his $80.48. >> what's the lesson learned here. >> call nbc 10. >> reporter: now lightman says he's glad he didn't give up. >> thank you nbc 10 and harry hairston. >> there you go, that's fantastic.
this is a good hug. okay. all right, he has that check and he can cash it now. the hospital never told us or lightman why he got the ticket or where his car was parked illegally. the hospital called him to apologize and make sure he got the check. our total is now $145,488. >> harry, thank you. if you have a consumer complaint you would like us to investigate, call the number on the screen and we will contact you. a couple was in shock by the price of their water bill. they paid it to keep it running, but spent months disputing the problem until they called harry. that's tomorrow on nbc 10 news at 4:00. we're working on several stories for nbc 10 news at 5:00.
>> residents are literally seeing red as their home became the target of political vandalism. >> next all new at 5:00, we speak to one of the victims. and get ready for freezing temperatures tonight, we have frosty conditions in the forecast for tomorrow morning. i'll show you who can expect the next round of rain. and a beer boost, why pennsylvania could make it easier to pick up a six-pack. that's next, all new on next 10 news at 5:00. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
like me, she has pennsylvania working class
roots, and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate.
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we value, how we treato others. and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frightens our allies and emboldens our enemies? the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them?
a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, or a man who's spent his life helping himself? our children are looking to us. what example will we set? what kind of country will we be? hillary clinton, because we're stronger together.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. messages of hate. shattered security, a well known clothing store is the latest target in a series of center city crime. and a royal relative of
princess grace kelly returns to her pennsylvania home. >> right now at 5:00, vandals target the neighborhood of pennsylvania senator pat toomey, messages of hate were painted on the sides of two separate homes. >> the senator's own home wasn't hit, but neighbors say the vandals were trying to send a message. >> reporter: these victims are long time friends of the toomeys, but they tell me have they no idea why their homes