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the clock is ticking toward a septa strike deadline. both sides head back to the bargaining table today with just two days left to settle their differences. we'll update the talks and the contingency plan. hillary clinton is calling on the fbi to put out the complete facts about the bureau's new review of her e-mails. this as we get word that the fbi may have gone against the justice department in revealing the investigation. and the eagles are in dallas for their big game tonight with the cowboys. the only place to watch sunday night football is right here on nbc 10. we've got you covered. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today," i'm rosemary connors. it's 5:30. we're waking up to some warm weather on this sunday.
meteorologist krystal klei has our first alert neighbor forecast. >> almost into november, and we can say we're waking up to some warmer weather. that is something i'm going to be excited about. looking at the 24 hour change map this is in comparison to what we saw yesterday at this time. remember yesterday morning, it was cool out there. well, now a different story. which is what we expected, instead, way warmer than yesterday. 21 degrees warmer in philadelphia. and 32 degrees warmer in mount holly than yesterday at this same time. if you step out of the door it doesn't feel bad at all. atlantic city 29 degrees warmer. here are the actual temperatures. 60s all over the place. 62 degrees in philadelphia. dover at 63. and atlantic city at 64. these morning start temperatures are already warmer than some of the temperatures we've seen for highs the past week. so that's what you can tell we have much warmer air in place. also have clouds in place. thicker if you go further to the
north, and throughout today i expect we're going to see the partly cloudy conditions and with that, by late in the day, and into your night, some chances of rain. you see scattered showers to our north and west right now. and a cold front that sits to our north, as well. that's going to be pushing into our zone as we move late-day into the night. and with it we will bring in that chance of showers. we're going to track the potential for the rain. we're also going to talk more about those unseasonably warm temperatures. all that coming up. >> we'll see you shortly, thanks crystal. we are following breaking new this morning. a triple shooting in philadelphia's long crest neighborhood and we learned that one person has died. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at the scene with some details for us. monique? >> hi, rosemary. just moments ago police told us that they have now confirmed two people were shot here about 4:00 this morning. they also say they may be twin, they may possibly be 25 years old. one has passed away. the other one is in the hospital now in surgery in critical condition.
let me walk you through what happened. police tell us they're looking for a hispanic male, unshaven with a beard for goatee. he is believed to have fired a black handgun, possibly a 9 millimeter once in the parking lot. he then argued with the person standing outside the latin cuisine club. now one of the victims is seen on surveillance cameras saying something back and forth with the gunman. investigators say after those words were exchanged, the unidentified gunman pistol whipped one of the suspects then shot him. investigators believe that bullet, which they believe to be a 9 mile meter, went through the first victim and landed in the torso area of the second victim. they say the gunman fled in a yellow hatchback. he has delaware tags, and police have alerted patrol officers about -- to be on the lookout for him. now, two surveillance cameras outside the club captured the shooting. police tell us they have been
called here to this corner of lawncrest on several weekends for fights or gunshots. they also say occasionally a special team of police officers is assigned to this area just to try to keep order and peace in this neighborhood. we're going to stay on top of this investigation and have more for you in 30 minutes. live now from lawncrest, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that monique. new from overnight philadelphia police are also investigating a shooting, an officer fired shots while responding to a possible robbery in the city's fair home neighborhood. authorities have not told us what led up to the shooting. this happened near front and gurney around 11:00 last night. they do confirm investigators are questioning several people in this case but so far no arrests. also no victims have been reported at area hospitals. now to the latest on the threat of a septa strike. there are less than 48 hours left until workers could walk off the job. this morning septa management
and union leaders are returning to the negotiating table. talks between the two sides hit a sour note yesterday. the union told the nearly 5,000 septa employees who work on the subways, buses and trolleys be prepared to strike. many are making contingency plans. the city of philadelphia, university of pennsylvania, and drexel university, will all provide limited shuttle service only for their students and employees. meantime, the mathematics, civics and sciences charter school in north philly will help parents get students to class. >> they have buses. two buses that they are using to pick up children at different drop-off location. that is to get your kids to that location is the problem. >> septa and the union are at odds over pensions, health care costs, and schedules. both sides return to the bargaining table at 11:00 this morning. if you ride septa, we have more information on the transit agency's contingency plan on the nbc 10 app. we have more details this morning in a story we first
brought to you as breaking news yesterday morning. three teenagers are now charged as adults with the murder of a popular high school football player. it happened in a park in perkasie, bucks county. 15-year-old harrison moss was charged along with two 16-year-olds authorities have identified as noah strickland and christopher pavack. the victim is 19-year-old iziah lewis. a wide receiver for the pennridge high school football team and graduated last year. police say lewis was shot to death following a fight. they are not saying what led up to the argument. a student from millersville university is behind bars this morning accused of putting bleach in his pregnant girlfriend's water bottle. theo phyllis washington has been charged with attempted murder. prosecutors claim he admitted to the crime after saying that he didn't want his girlfriend to have the baby. police say the woman got sick after drinking from the bottle, but her unborn baby appears to be unharmed. now to decision 2016.
democrats are furious and demanding more information from the fbi in its new look at hillary clinton's e-mails. nbc news has learned that the justice department urged the fbi not to go public with its latest revelation because it goes against longstanding policy and could affect the election. on friday fbi director james comey notified congress about the discovery of the e-mails. the fbi found them on a laptop belonging to former congressman anthony weiner. the estranged husband of clinton's top aide huma abedin. four democratic senators are calling on both the doj and the fbi to release more information about the e-mails. on the campaign trail, the scandal is giving donald trump plenty of am nation. meanwhile clinton is calling comey's letter to lawmakers unprecedented and deeply troubling. take a listen. >> this is the biggest political scandal since watergate. >> no matter how low our opponents go, we go high!
>> trump was at a rally in arizona last night, clinton was at a concert in miami. both presidential campaigns are addressing the e-mail controversy with just nine days to go now until the election. the e-mail flap could impact races in pennsylvania. there's no early voting in the keystone state, so that means it's one of the places where any potential fallout in the coming days could influence voters. yesterday we asked minnesota senator al franken and other clinton supporters about it at an organizing event in philadelphia's bella vista neighborhood. >> doesn't know if anything's relevant at all. >> this kind of thing keeps coming and it doesn't ever seem to stick. >> philadelphia trump volunteers we spoke with yesterday had no comment saying that the e-mail scandal speaks for itself. ♪ >> still ahead, jennifer lopez is among the big names lending their star power to the hillary clinton campaign in the battle ground state of florida. we'll take you there. and the rowers will be back
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. and we're starting with a live look at philadelphia here. right now the temperature 62 degrees. that's not an uncorrect reading. it's not an old reading. temperatures are very warm to kick off our day. sun is not even up yet and we're expecting to see some serious warming through this afternoon. in fact we'll be near records for some high temperatures. in philadelphia, moving along through the 70s. it's 72 your lunch time. and 76 by this afternoon. forecasting a high up to 78 degrees. scattered clouds out there, partly cloudy conditions turning to chances of rain. by late day. you'll see that chance a little early in areas like the suburbs where you may see spot thunderstorms as well in this late-day forecast. notice about the mid 70s through the suburbs, as well as the lehigh valley into the lower 70s
again with that chance of thunderstorms and showers popping up by midafternoon. it will be late day into the night for areas like delaware, new jersey and the shore that we see chances of rain. most today partly cloudy 73 lunch time in delaware, new jersey the same. at the shore, 71 degrees about mid 70s by 4:00 p.m. on top of this breezy conditions as a cold front starts to move in. coming up in a few months, the cold front looking for potential for rain. all of that in just a few minutes. >> the eagles are in dallas for tonight's sunday night showdown right here on nbc 10. you are looking at the birds arriving over the weekend. coming up we'll preview the game with the cowboys and hear from carson wentz. nbc 10 is your official eagles station. we will have exclusive coverage before and after the game. it all starts this morning at 9:30 with "eagles gameday kickoff." the birds and the boys kickoff at 8:30 in the evening only on
nbc 10 and that's followed immediately by our live post game show. today the head of the schuylkill regatta wraps up along kelly drive. here is a live look at beautiful boat house row lit up this morning. the racers will start the competition at 8:00. they will be looking forward to another picture perfect weather day. yesterday it was warm enough for the rowers to wear
t-shirts when they hit the water. a passenger train makes a special return visit to the lehigh valley. we'll explain why excited residents are hoping that this is a sign of good things to come.
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put the finishing touches on a new home in union beach. it's going for a mom and kids who lost their house in the storm. hurricane sandy left 125 people dead and caused more than $62 billion in damage. the governor says 1700 homes are still unlivable. chris christie released a statement to mark the anniversary. in part it reads let's not forget that the job is still not complete, and will not be complete until every person is back in their home. the autumn express is rolling through the lehigh valley. today the amtrak train will again leave new york city, go through allentown, harrisburg, and philly, before heading back to new york. as nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal reports many are hoping this is a sign of service to come. >> for the past few decades the only thing you see on these old tracks were slow moving freight trains. but, as large crowds gathered in allentown, something brand new came around the bend.
>> oh, look at this. >> it's going to be my first time ever seeing a passenger train on this track. >> reporter: an amtrak train full of passengers from new york, through easton, bethlehem and allentown, part of amtrak's autumn express leaf season tour, but also a test run for the lehigh valley, giving hope to so many here who want passenger service to return. >> hopefully soon i will be able to get on in allentown and hopefully go to philadelphia, or new york. >> reporter: the city's mayor says that would help commuters and be a huge boost to the local economy. >> we have tens of thousands of people who've come from the valleys to new york every day. if you opened up rail access it would be -- it would -- this place would explode. >> reporter: optimistically he said it could take about five years. amtrak is studying the issue. locals here are happy to see some new friends passing through their town. >> it's awesome.
first time seeing something like this in the lehigh valley. i hope they bring it. we need it. >> reporter: in allentown, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. decision 2016 is stirring passions as far away as brazil. yesterday some violence broke out on the streets of sao paulo. organizers holding a rally in support of donald trump tangled with some liberal groups. police made several arrests. no one was seriously hurt. are you ready for your voices to be heard? >> jennifer lopez supporting hillary clinton at a free get out the vote concert in miami last night. the democratic nominee showed up to address the crowd. she called on florida voters to get loud at the voting booth. katy perry will be performing a free concert in philadelphia on saturday next weekend. it's all part of the same get out the vote concert series in support of clinton. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. yesterday we began with that
chilly start numbers all over the place were in the 30s. now, 60s this morning. this is the huge difference we were talking about with that big warm-up. now if you went outside yesterday afternoon which it looked like a lot of people did, i was one of them, you noticed how nice it was. today, will be similar, but only through about your early afternoon. temperaturewise here, we're at 65 degrees right now at west mount airy. a lot of 60s on the map. 60 in rittenhouse, and fox chase, 61 degrees, mid 60s in summerton, some are mid 50s this morning. the temperatures are fine to get outdoors this morning and we are looking pretty nice throughout the day. so you might want to hold onto the umbrella if you have late-day plans. we'll get to that in a minute. first check on your new jersey neighborhoods as well. temperaturewise also a lot of 60s. ought bon at 69. mount willow 61. and then we do see some of those lower 50s around princeton,
upper 50s for hopewell township. these temperatures, though, for the most part, will be moving into the 70s by later today. pretty much across our entire viewing area. radar and satellite shows us on top of that, clouds sitting to the north and west of us right now. the clouds will continue to move in. so, today is certainly going to be a partly cloudy forecast. on top of that, a chance of rain. now that moisture is going to be moving in with a cold front that's going to drop in from the north. that cold front is going to pass our area, as it does so that's going to pull in that chance of rain for us, then pull in the cooler air for your forecast on monday. radar and satellite, the wider view shows us where the rain sits right now. where the moisture sits right now. that will be dumping into our area as we move late-day and into the night. especially as we move into the early night hours, it looks like our best chance of rain. here are the forecast temperatures. 78 degrees in center city. this is a huge warm-up, way warmer than average. landsville at 76 doylestown 73,
chances of thunderstorms in the forecast with the warm air you have the instability that allows for more thunderstorms to pop up. 76 in trenton atlantic city at 75 and wilmington at 77. here's the hour by hour. we start this morning, just some scattered clouds through about your lunch time. we go from lunch to midafternoon, now we see rain chances starting to pick up near allentown, through berks county. that chance of rain will continue driving right into philadelphia. stretching from wilmington to trenton and new york by 7:00. and showers should start to move off as we go through the overnight hours. we'll talk more about the chance of rhine and the work week ahead coming up. the eagles arrive in dallas just ahead of their clash in front of a national audience tonight. right here on nbc 10. coming up
in sports you'll hear what quarterback carson wentz has to say about this fierce rivalry.
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x-1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> the indians now on the verge of their first world series title since 1948. jason kipnis who grew up a cubs fan broke up last night's game with this three-run homer. cleveland beat chicago 7-2. the tribe is up 3-1 with game five tonight at wrigley field. now here's the rest of your sunday morning sports. >> good morning to you, happy sunday i'm danny pommells from csn. it's game day a chance of owning the top spot in the division on the line for the eagles tonight under the prime-time spot light. with more here's john clark in the lone star state. >> the eagles have had a lot of success recently here in dallas. they're 5-2 at at&t stadium. the best record by any cowboys opponent since it opened. here are the birds arriving in
dallas. the eagles are 3-0 at home. only 1-2 on the road. and this is a huge game for the division. this will also be carson wentz's introduction to this rivalry. >> i know how much this means to the city, to these fans. there's a lot of excitement going on with eagles football but definitely this week. but at the same time i don't let that kind of bother me or distract me from the main goal. >> we've just got to come out and play with emotion in this game. i think there's two good football teams. the team that comes out with the fire and the passion will be the team that comes out on top. >> it is a big match-up for the nfc east lead. the best rushing attack in football with the cowboys against the best red zone defense with the birds. in big d., i'm john clark, csn. j.c. thanks. i love that music. tonight there's only one tv station to watch the eagles game nbc 10 kickoff at 8:30. immediately following the game,
don't please eagles post game final live from texas with john clark. right after the opening tip sixers dwight allen playing off of 22-year-old joelle embiid and the big fella but some respect. third quarter embiid blows past milsap. 14 points in 15 minutes but it was all for naught. the hawks hammered the sixers in the fourth quarter. in the night cap at the wells fargo center flyers hosted the pngs. first battle of pennsylvania this season. claude injury u comes a calling. wicked slap shot on the power play. made it 4-3. a couple minutes later, voracek with the penalty shot undresses marc-andre flurry. two goals for jake in this one. now in the third, maataa with the puck at the blue line fires, hits off manning and right to
malkin, forget about it. that's the game winner, pens take it 5-4. to the college gridiron penn state taking on purdue. barkley, gets the give, bounces outside, and he's moving like the lease is up. makes a couple guys miss. this is an 81-yard house call. he had over 200 rushing on the day. penn state with 45 second half points beats purr die 62-24. temple hosting cincinnati. walker seals the envelope on some airmail to bryant a 28 yard hookup. 17-6 temple. owls beat the bearcats. that's a look at sports. i'm danny pommells, csn. 5:57 right now on this sunday and we are following some breaking news. a deadly shooting just outside of a night club in northeast philadelphia. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at the scene with details. monique? >> hi, rosemary. you can see just over my shoulder police are huddled together with detectives. one person is dead.
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we are following breaking news this morning. one person is dead in a shooting just outside a club in northeast philadelphia. we're live at the scene following the investigation. more information. that's what hillary clinton and her supporters are demanding in the wake of the fbi's renewed focus on her e-mails. warmer temperatures. stay with us on our sunday. but we've got some changes on the way. a live look over center city. plenty of people out and about yesterday i got to say. and this morning. coming in to work 4:00, people still out. ups and downs in the first alert forecast. nbc 10 news starts now. >> a lot of people out on the roads this morning in halloween costumes. good morning, welcome back to "nbc 10 news today" i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this sunday. get out today, enjoy the nice weather. because we are in for something of a roller coaster ride in terms of the forecast. here to tell us about it is meteorologist krystal klei. krystal? >> yeah, seriously.