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three days to go. the clock is ticking for the presidential candidates to make their final push for votes. we'll show you how they're pulling out all the stops. still no deal. it's day five of the septa strike and both sides cannot come to an agreement. could it finally come to an end in a courtroom? and making her return -- a singer is set to perform at a 6ers game after they stopped her first performance, sparking controversy. . >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> right now at 6:00 making the final push. there are just three days to go until the 2016 presidential election. and donald trump and hillary clinton are zig-zagging around the country trying to convince voters to choose them. good evening, i'm denise nakano.
their focus is on the battleground states that could make or break their campaigns. both candidates and their surrogates are focused on pennsylvania this weekend. we'll have more on that in a moment. but first the clinton campaign is dealing with a computer theft in northern liberties. philadelphia police say three laptop computers belonging to clinton campaign workers were stolen last night. we're told the workers left backpacks holding the computers inside a parked car on brown street near i-95. now police say the computers may have contained campaign scheduling information. the secret service and homeland security have been notified, but police believe it was a crime of opportunity. well word of the theft comes as hillary clinton prepares to make the push for pennsylvania. she began her day with a rally in pembroke pines, florida, outside miami and then clinton will be in philadelphia tonight. she's getting some star power from katy perry, who is performing a special concert in
support of clinton at the mann center, where nbc 10's andrea cline-thomas joins us. it seems like a lot of excitement out there tonight. >> there's plenty of excitement from a lot of different generations. for some people katy perry is the initial draw. others want to see hillary clinton. but along with the excitement, there's also anxiety just days before the election. >> i came here at 6:00 a.m. >> mark drove from ohio to the mann center this morning to be one of the first in line. >> it's once in a lifetime kind of thing, you never get to this, this is like the first election with a female president and it's going to be awesome. i want to be in the front row. >> award-winning singer katy perry joins hillary clinton for a free get out the vote performance, part of the clinton campaign's final push to pull out all of the star power days before the election and this concert appeals to many generations. >> a lot of people are saying that you know okay, senator,
you're not even old enough to vote but a lot of us can vote. so we have a chance to make a big impact on the election. >> while excitement is growing, those in the crowd says there's also concern as clinton's lead continues to narrow. >> definitely a little nervous just with the outcome of everything. it could be a complete change from what we had last eight years. >> tonight the draw may be the music. but the message is to go out and vote. >> people say, oh, the lesser of two evils, i don't feel that way at all. i feel very enthusiastic about her. >> now katy perry endorsed hillary clinton last year and has been campaigning for her ever since. including the last night of the dnc. tonight is another critical night for the campaign. and tonight's performance begins at 7:00 p.m. reporting live from the mann center, andrea cline-thomas, nbc 10 news. well vice president joe biden is in bucks county calling on voters to head to the polls
tuesday. biden joined local democrats at a rally in bristol where he laid out his support for hillary clinton. the vice president will be back in pennsylvania tomorrow attending get out the vote events in harrisburg and scranton. and then on monday night, president obama and first lady michelle obama will join hillary and bill clinton for a final rally in philadelphia. the time and location have not yet been announced. donald trump, meantime, is making stops in four states today. the republican nominee started the day in florida. before heading to north carolina, and nevada. he'll appear in colorado later tonight. trump's wife, melania introduced her husband at a rally in wilmington, north carolina. she told supporters the country needs a president who will keep the nation safe. lower taxes and bring back jobs. for his part, trump predicted he'll win big on tuesday. he says he's overpowering clinton even though she has the backing of a-list celebrities and top democratic politicians.
>> so i'm asking you to dream big, because with your vote we are just three days away from the change you've been waiting for for your entire life. >> trump will be back campaigning in pennsylvania tomorrow. some of trump's top surrogates made stops in pennsylvania today. former arkansas governor mike huckabee, former texas governor rick perry and mississippi governor phil bryant attended events in chester and lancaster counties. now perry and bryant visited cumberland and york counties. the united pakistani american christian community hosted this rally supporting donald trump today in the northeast. members of the group gathered in the parking lot at the roosevelt mall holding signs of solidarity. they say trump stands for christian values they believe in. >> we need to have a better candidate who can manage the budget better, who can bring
more jobs and who can bring the christian values that were the part of our history and that were the part of our nation. >> the group also urged everyone to get out and vote tuesday. and stay with us, for your complete decision 2016 coverage. still ahead, one of the third-party candidates for president makes the push for votes in pennsylvania. and the race between senator pat toomey and katie mcguinty also heats up. be sure to watch our special campaign countdown show monday night at 7:00, we'll be covering clinton's big election eve rally in philly, live. starting monday we're going to be in new york city at campaign headquarters for both candidates. nbc 10's erin coleman will be at trump's headquarters at trump tower on fifth avenue in manhattan. and lauren make will be at clinton's campaign headquarters in brooklyn. well crews were busy today in east falls cleaning up from yesterday's massive water main
break in a shopping center parking lot. workers there cleared away several inches of mud and debris coating the ground. several stores at baker's center on fox street were able to reopen this morning. a 48-inch main burst yesterday, sending as much as six million gallons of water spilling into the parking lot. you see there. 75 people had to be rescued. the water department says there's no timetable on how long those repairs will take. turning now to day five of the septa strike. people are making their way around the city without buses, trolleys and subways. and now the issue is headed back to a courtroom. nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal is live at the sheraton in center city where septa and the transport workers union are in talks again today. and randy, what have you learned? >> well denise, i got an update about ten minutes ago from congressman bob brady as he he was leaving the negotiations at the hotel.
he tells me despite the threats of legal action, both sides are currently talking it out inside the sheraton in center city. but still no deal. they're trying to hammer out some economic issues and now as mentioned, this strike heading to a courtroom days before the election. >> the septa strike enters the weekend. now under the threat of legal action, septa urging a judge to end it. picketers say septa should focus on negotiating. >> i could care less about a lawsuit. we're out here because our jobs, our families, our dignity. >> yesterday septa lawyers argued the strike threatens the health and safety of citizens. >> we're not going to lie down. while we can't resolve this strike and just watch our passengers suffer. not going to do it. >> but the union's lawyer say there's no legal precedent to end the strike. >> that is not a basis under pennsylvania law to grant an injunction against striking employees. >> and with the election now just three days away -- >> i think we're going to be
fine. >> philly mayor jim kenny said if the strike continues, local organizers will help elderly voters get to the polls while most people should be able to walk. >> if you look at philadelphia's neighborhoods, most of our polling places are within two or three blocks of people's homes. >> but commuters facing the prospect of another work week without public transit at the philly bike expo today, big crowds who support commuting by bicycle. >> every day you do you'll feel the health benefits and see the savings in your wallet. >> and just a couple of minutes ago, congressman brady telling me he has some concerns about this injunction, saying it could threaten the rights of union workers to collectively bargain. live in center city, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. and nbc 10 will continue to follow the developments on the septa strike and the impact it's having on the community. make sure you have the nbc 10 app where you can find the septa strike survival guide. you can see what's running and what's not running and get the latest news about negotiations.
new at 6:00, a philadelphia police officer was hurt after his cruiser was hit this morning in kensington. investigators say the officer was attempting to pull the car over when he was struck. the driver then took off. the car was found abandoned about a half-mile away. the officer's injuries are not serious. to camden now, camden county, a man is dead after getting shot while driving along route 42 in bellmawr. it caused major back-ups this morning. state police say another car pulled up alongside the man's vehicle and someone inside opened fire. police are still searching for the gunmen. a mild start to the weekend. taking a live look at kaep may where it's sunny and dry out there. the sunset looking good, a couple people taking advantage of having the beach all to themselves. how long will the mild weather stick around? for that let's get a check on the nbc 10 first alert
neighborhood forecast with meteorologist erika martin. >> we have a nice stretch ahead, good news there. a live look outside over philadelphia. i-95, notice conditions are dry. we topped out at 65 degrees at philadelphia airport. that's five degrees above normal. be sure you look at the bottom of your screen for your local neighborhood forecast. otherwise conditions will remain high and dry for the next couple of days. i'm expecting some showers by wednesday. but look at these really comfortable conditions. suburbs, seeing mainly 60s, new jersey 62 for you, lehigh valley, a few clouds and temperatures in the low 60s. coming up, my full forecast-day have your election-day forecast and your ten-day on 10, back to you. well not a bad day to get out and go for a walk and thousands of people in our area did just that. and helped important causes as well. walkers took steps to stop heart disease in south philadelphia. the 18th annual philadelphia heart walk stepped off from
citizens bank park this morning. nbc 10's jacqueline london certain served as emcee. it raised money to fight heart disease and strokes and cardiovascular disease. and 1200 walkers and runners came together outside the philadelphia museum of art for the walk to stop diabetes. the 5k raised money to support the american diabetes association's mission to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of people affected by the disease. well coming together after a controversy on social media. and beyond. the deal the 6ers made with a singer after they stopped her first performance because of what she was wearing. plus it's not just the race between clinton and trump that everyone is watching. there's another high-profile contest unfolding in the keystone state. a look at how the candidates for u.s. senate
are making their final push. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
at a neighborhood favorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and
love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty,
and i approve this message. green party presidential candidate jill stein and her running mate rallied supporters
at the friends meeting house in old city. it's her final campaign stop in philadelphia. stein's campaign has focused on raising the minimum wage to $15, canceling student debt and a green new deal to tackle climate change. well final push for votes in the tight race for u.s. senate in pennsylvania. both pat toomey and katie mcginty are making appearances in philadelphia and the must-win counties of the philly suburbs, toomey appeared in at least six events in suburban counties in northeast philadelphia. here in blue belt, toomey was joined by arkansas senator tom cotton. toomey criticized his opponent, katie mcginty as a rubber stamp
for democratic presidential nominee, hillary clinton. as for mcginty, she appeared with vice president joe biden in bucks county earlier today. the democrat criticized toomey for refusing to say whether he'll vote for donald trump. mcginty is scheduled to attend tonight's katy perry concert in support of hillary clinton at the mann center. and a push this morning to make sure philadelphia's large labor community casts their ballots this election day. labor's international union of north america hosted a get out the vote rally in spring garden. in support of mcginty, clinton and other endorsed candidates. well time now to cast not only your ballots, but grab the clocks as well, we're turning back the clocks and will get some rest as well. >> that's right, denise, we do have the advantage. make sure you turn back the clocks at 2:00 a.m. i'll get to that in my second bullet point here for weather headlines. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. otherwise the trend, pleasant
and dry. at least through wednesday. i amtraking a cold front that may get here wednesday. i'll get to that in my ten-day on 10. otherwise, we do have of course be sure you turn back your clock, one hour at 2:00 a.m., keep that in mind. fall back for fall. on tuesday, looks like upper 60s, so temperatures above normal. we're normally seeing low 60s for this time of the year and sunshine for election day. otherwise your satellite and radar image picking up on a few clouds moving through parts of lehigh valley. central northern new jersey. the shoreline seeing just a few clouds. a live look outside over philadelphia, very pleasant. the winds are calm, 62 degrees in philadelphia. locally seeing really mild conditions. 55 degrees in parkside. and andora, chestnut hill, 58. fog chase at 62. and kensington currently at 62 degrees.
so mainly seeing lots of 60s, very mild conditions. gilbertsville, seeing low 60s, ex-ton at 58. sadsberryville at 58. we'll trend this way for the next several days. warrenton, 60 for you and new hope, 59 degrees. otherwise, lehigh valley seeing lots of 50s, len rdsville, 59 degrees for you, kutztown. 59, a frontal boundary sweeps down from the northwest by wednesday. although it will be mainly moisture-deficient. so i don't expect a lot to happen on wednesday, here's your election day forecast. starting off with lots of sunshine. temperatures will be above average. i do think we'll see some upper 60s for the most part.
a few clouds start to develop for the second half of the day. as we await the frontal boundary, if you look at the bottom of your screen, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. your ten-day on ten. seeing lots
of sunshine on sunday, monday and tuesday. tracking some showers wednesday and friday. we do have more news coming up on the other side of the break.
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time to check in for a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news". coming up. the presidential candidates push hard for their final arguments. and new details about the suspect in a harrowing abduction case
as authorities search for more bodies on his property in south carolina. and a new kind of dietary supplement aimed at improving memory and mood. but do they really work? see you in a couple of minutes on "nbc nightly news." >> looking forward to it. see you at 6:30.
from csn, the eagles will be without one of their best run stoppers for a third straight game. benny logan did not make the trip. here are the eagles arriving in north jersey. they've won eight of their last nine trips there to play the giants, they've always done well against eli manning. the eagles usually get very good pressure on eli and force him into mistakes. >> you can't attack him the same way but you can have the similar game plan about it. you know. like to get the ball out quick. but we want him to hold the ball a little bit. and let our pass rush get there and you know sack him a few times, get him off the spot and get him rattled throughout the
game. >> 6ers hosting the nba champs tonight. joel embiid will have the 24-minute restriction until around christmas. so no early christmas gift for 6er fans or joel. lebron james and the cavs, the nba champs here they are at their shoot-around, they're 5-0, beating teams by ten points a game. they're rolling already. lebron knows the 6 ers number one overall pick ben simmons really well, he met him in high school and he considers ben a little brother. >> i've been knowing the kid for quite a while now. ever since the sophomore year in high school. he's a great family. and kid grew up well rounded and that's part of the reason why he became the number one pick. other than his ability to play the game. so you know as a great young talent, but he's a much better person than he is a basketball player and i think philly should be excited to have him. >> looking forward to seeing him in january.
basketball double header, villanova with their first and only exhibition game. the national champs get their banner raised here. joaning the 1985 champs, they have a banner at the pavilion. here they are taking on indiana of pennsylvania. josh hart taking over his senior season here. catches the oop at the rim. hart with 27, then hart penetrates, but dishes to jalen brunson, villanova crushes iup, 94-49. chris jenkins didn't play because he didn't make weight. the cats say it's not a big deal. nova's football team in action, zach bednarzik rolling left and throwing right to bell. nova beats maine 26-7, they're 7-2, penn was shut out by princeton, 28-0. flyers go for their fourth straight win tonight. defenseman michael dell saturdayo makes his season debut. goals aplenty maybe for the
flyers, i'm john clark, denise, back to you. erika's back with a final check of the forecast. what a beautiful evening. >> a gorgeous night and a gorgeous stretch of weather. temperatures will be slightly above normal and for tuesday, it's going to be fantastic. we have the eagles forecast. eagles at giants. this is so important. lots of sunshine tomorrow, 54 degrees at tail gating kickoff, 56 and a nice day overall. so good luck to them. >> we cannot complain about this weather. that's nbc 10 news for now. i'm denise nakano we'll see you back here tonight at 11:00. "nbc nightly news" is next. see you at 11:00. nous nouns closed captioning on nbc 10 is brought to you by the ford focus. great to drive, responsive and fun. focus is the car for you. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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on this saturday night the final push on this last weekend before the election. the candidates
make their cases to crucial voters in key states. hillary clinton drawing on star power to make a plea to minority voters and the trump campaign faces new questions about his past behavior. white house lockdown. the tense moments a secret service confronts a masked man with a gun. serial killer. the search for more bodies on a remote farm in south carolina as a deeper and disturbing picture emerges of the suspect being held in the brutal kidnapping of a young woman. and grandmother's kitchen. in fast food age. we'll take you back to a place where they cook up a homemade family meal the way it used to be. nightly news