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suburbs and delaware. for the lehigh valley, 56 degrees this afternoon. while new jersey will warm to 58 degrees right at the shore. we'll also see a nice mild afternoon with partly to mostly sunny skies. 58 this afternoon. i'll walk you through it hour by hour when i come back in less than ten minutes but first jessica boyington has an update from the "first alert" traffic center. >> we are starting along 295, right near route 130. no problems or delays right now. a 23-minute drive time headed southbound from the freeway moving towards the delaware memorial bridge. you'll see no delays right now. there's also an accident out in horsham on horsham road and norristown road. 202 looks great. you can see you are green still. no problems or delays yet. ten minutes right now, northbound from 32 to the schuylkill expressway. also watching 78, this is right around lehigh street to lehigh valley. both directions look just fine. as for the rest of the road in
lehigh valley, we'll check which-n with the schuylkill expressway when i come back. we continue to follow breaking news near pittsburgh. two police officers have been shot in the small town of can n canonsbu canonsburg. shot at the scene. told to get back for our own safety. you see there's a s.w.a.t. team there. we have also learned they have a home there surrounded. we also learned at least one the officers was rushed to the hospital. we're following this story. monitoring it, working to get more information about that officer's condition. of course, stay with the nbc10 and nbc10 app. 5:01 right now. a look at decision 2016. a look at the nationwide map. this is seattle where hundreds marched downtown to protest the elections. earlier students walked out of school. and in chicago, 10,000 people that involved several groups joining together to march down
to the trump international hotel and tower. and in philadelphia, about 1,000 people took to the streets to voice their unhappiness. >> yeah, nbc10's matt delucia is live for us at city hall this morning. and has more on the unrest. matt. >> reporter: vai and tracy there were several protests here, including one here at the thomas cane plaza. there are chants that we heard as they began to march up towards temple university. take a look at some video we shot of the march. the demonstrations moved on foots north on broad street. several hundred people involved in that march. is there was another demonstration over on penn's campus. philadelphia police tell us there were about 500 peaceful protesters there. there were no arrests, no incidents according to police. while we did see support for democrat hillary clinton, an organizer told us that she wasn't the answer either. >> this is what the dnc caused.
this is their fault. if they didn't want trump, they should have picked a more electable person. >> i wasn't supporting their candidate. i took the time to accept it. took the time to accept it that miss clinton was going to be the president. >> now, some we found turned to their faith over at a church in rittenhouse square. there was a prayer service focused on building unity after a divisive election. people are handling the news in different ways. there are more rallies like the one we saw last night planned for the next couple of days. live in center city, matt delucia, "nbc10 news." now, hillary clinton asked americans to give president-elect trump a chance. >> but she also asked not to give up the values they embrace in her. mrs. clinton is winning the popular vote. secretary clinton has more than 200,000 more votes than
mr. trump. but it's the electoral college that decides the winner, as the map shows president-elect trump has more than 270 votes than he needs. >> in her concession speech yesterday, clinton told her supporters to stand strong together but to accept the election results. >> we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. but i still believe in america. and i always will. and if you do, then we must accept this result and then look to the future. >> clinton said she offered to work with mr. trump on behalf of the country. >> now, pennsylvania was supposed to be hillary clinton's blue firewall, but it was broken by a surge in rural voters. >> some say clinton never connected to residents in small towns while mr. trump made promises that resonated. for the first time in years, the towns turned red.
nbc10 caught up with supporters in berks county, they tell us that more voters felt left behind. voters here say mr. trump spoke to them, promising to bring jobs back from overseas. >> a lot of people are out of work, looking for full-time employment. >> trump also got support in ohio, and michigan, agency you know, two other states where industrial jobs have been shrinking. meanwhile philadelphia mayor jim kenney said he's proud of philadelphia said the polls wer. he said even the outcome was not the one that the majority of ph philadelphians wants, the voices were heard. >> it would be easy to look at the differences that divide our nation and even our own commonwealth and simply give up. but that's not the america way.
and it's certainly not the philadelphia way. >> mayor kenney also congratulated president-elect trump and senator pat toomey on their victories. the court will now decide how much force should be used for police officers. the state argued that using dash cam video would provide a slippery slope that would lead to other confidential information being released. the aclu argues the use of force and are considered public records. chris christie's administration now officially has control of atlantic city. something the city fought against. the state finance board voted yesterday for immediate takeover of the government to reject a.c.'s proposed five-year turnaround plan. the takeover allows the state to sell the city's assets and to file for bankruptcy. the city is $500 million in debt. 5:06. new this morning -- an 18-year-old is in critical condition after he was shot on
his way home. >> yeah, police say the victim's father found him in the doorway of his home. nbc10's pamela osborne is live for us. walk us through what happened here. >> reporter: well, first, i want to give you an update on that victim's condition. we just got new information. we know he is in surgery right now, he is expected to survive after being shot multiple times in what police are calling an attempted robbery that started right here in this alley. according to investigators, one shell casing was found in a back alley, about five feet away from a closed pocket knife. all of this was nearby where the victim lived. they believe the knife may have belonged to the victim. the victim ran about 50 feet down the aisle into the rear basement door of his home. police say the shooter chased him down and shot at the victim three more times, as the victim tried to get to safety. it was actually the victim's father who found him halfway
inside the doorway of his home. he was rushed to the hospital where he is in critical condition right now. police say he was shot multiple times. the shooter got away from the scene. we're going to be checking in with investigators throughout the morning to see how the search for the suspect is doing. when i see you again, we're going to tell you about the clues and the cameras that police are looking towards tole see if they can find their suspect. reporting live in oxford circle, i'm pamela osborne, "nbc10 news." 8 minutes after 5:00, a chilly start this morning. this is normal for this time of year. a live view of boathouse row. we saw rain through the day yesterday. that rain is out of here. it really has calmed down and drying out nicely. radar and satellite shows the clouds are gone from allentown, philadelphia. notice there are some lingering clouds along the coastline. the winds are blowing out of the
northwest, that pushes it out to sea. and moves in for plenty of sunshine. the temperatures have been coming down, look at delaware. 38 degrees. very low 40s in south jersey, the shore, philadelphia and lehigh valley. and just a little chillier in some of the suburbs. 39 in exton, malvern and chaddsford. unionville, 38 degrees. and still falling. some of these numbers are going to get closer to freezing, before we get the sunshine, to start the warming process that we'll have these numbers warm into the 50s. you'll see that in bedminster during the day. stand by, you'll need your sunglasses and probably a jacket. 43 degrees. by lunchtime, 53. temperatures will climb into upper 50s but with that sunshine and lighter wind during the day, you're going to feel like it's the low 60s.
for the suburbs it will disappear. chilly at 8:00, 31 degrees. up at noon time. sunny skies through the day. lehigh valley. still time for temperatures to drop down, 38 degrees at 8:00, 55 degrees with a few scattered clouds this afternoon. mostly sunny skies. look at sunshine for delaware. 43 degrees at 8:00, middle 50s at lunchtime and into the upper 50s this afternoon. new jersey, sunny skies and that chill will quickly disappear. and midday, 55 degrees at 4:00 this afternoon. nothing but sunshine. chilly this morning, thanks to the ocean. 45 degrees and still some of the clouds that are around. they clear out quickly and once they're done, sunshine through the day. but as nice as it's going to be today. we've got colder weather that's on track for the weekend we'll take a look at that when i come
back in less than ten minutes. >> all right, bill, we'll see you then, 10 minutes past 5:00 a.m. >> let's go to the schuylkill expressway, jessica boyington has that. >> right around montgomery drive. you can look here and see the east and westbound side looking okay. this is actually eastbound right here. moving into the center city, speeds are in the 60s as well. not seeing any delays on the schuylkill. we'll see what the majors look like right now, same for the blue route, 15 minutes, north or south of the schuylkill also in the 60s. an accident at horsham road and norristown road. checking in with mass transit. everything back in business for center city for septa. no delays on the regional rails. new jersey transit, patco and amtrak all running on time. 11 minutes past 5:00. honoring them for their public
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troopers have been working in the building since august of the last year. the ceremony had been put on hold because of the pope's visit and the dnc. it features state of the art technology and classroom. a private school in hall verford is doing something different when it comes to lunchtime. >> and it's probably not what you're used to eating in between classes. nbc10's matt delucia went to haverford. >> reporter: you might call lunch the most important meal of the day. >> school kids should be eating good quality, tasty food. >> reporter: to the point where head of school michael zimmerman doesn't even have an in-house lunch program. all of the food comes from the outside. after parents called in a caterer. >> it's something that we never expected to get involved in. >> reporter: joe patrucci was
approached by parents earlier this year, they wanted healthy lunches for their kids and someone to make them. but kids and health foods are more like oil and water. they don't mix. >> we did put kale on one of the pizzas, one of the week, that was hit or miss. >> reporter: right now only one in five students at the school is signed up. then there's the cost, each meal is roughly $6, compared to about half that of many other school lunch programs. >> but in the case of the quality of food you get to a great degree what you pay for. >> reporter: zimmerman he wants this to be a model for other schools. >> that's exactly what this is about. to create a replicatable model. >> everybody should have great food. meanwhile, a vote today could save three historic buildings from demolition. the three buildings built in the 1800s along philadelphia's
jewelers row. the buildings were set to be call in lis demolished to build new condos but neighbors stopped. last month the board gave approval to give the designation. and today the full historical commission will vote. well, you'll soon see unfamiliar digits popping up in your caller i.d. another area code is coming today. they will add an additional area code by 2019 that will service philadelphia and surrounding areas. the new number has not yet been chosen. >> let's check in with traffic in south jersey. >> jessica boyington has us covered. >> this is route 73 at 295. you see cars moving their way out the door. other than that, no delays. roads look dry as well.
also watching 422, there's reports of an accident on the westbound side, it could be minor, but you can see with the drive time on the westbound side from the schuylkill to route 29. just an eight-minute trip. average speeds still up there into the 50s as well. also watching an accident on horsham on horsham road and norristown road. and our cameras right around baltimore pike. as you can see, north or southbound on the blue route. we're not seeing any delay. of course, we might very soon. i'll be back in ten. >> all right, jessica, thanks for that. 5:18. the rain has moved out. you can take your umbrella, but make sure you grab your sunglasses. that always happens to me. i get in the car -- >> bill henley will straighten it out. >> i'm going to invent an
umbrella that has sunglasses built in. what do you think? >> i like that. >> easton, right now, nice and clear. you don't need your sunglasses. you'll need your jacket. it's getting colder. very low 40s for the lehigh valley. suburbs down to 40 degrees. 30 for parts of delaware there are some 30s in philadelphia. andorra, chestnut hill. dropping into the 30s. that chill is in the area in northeast philadelphia. it's 42 in rittenhouse and center city is 43. kensington and philadelphia international both at 41 degrees to start with. so it's going to be a chilly morning at the bus stop but you won't need your rain gear like yesterday. lots of sunshine. leave your rain gear at home. sunshine will be bright. and then we're dry for the next couple of days. look to the north. you see this line of clouds. that's a cold front that is slowly pushing our way. you see it's producing a wintry
mix in canada. that cold air is going to blast into our area and that blast will bring the temperatures down for the weekend. the forecast winds, it's going to be a much windier day. 20-mile-per-hour for allentown, coatesville, wilmington, dover and atlantic city. and gusts higher than 20 miles an hour for the day. that's going to bring colder air for the weekend. especially on saturday. in the morning, 30s. afternoon, 40s and low 50s. about 10 degrees colder than today but after a cold morning on sunday. a nice warmup. we'll be heading back into mild air. much of next week, we'll see that mild air as well. for today, 59. near 60 degrees. up to 60 tomorrow. up to morning temperatures in the 40s. the wind kicks in in the afternoon. pushes the colder air in on saturday. that's after a morning temperature of 36 degrees
saturday morning. another cold morning back in the 30s for sunday. some of the suburbs will be in the 20s sunday morning but a real turn around in the afternoon. 61 degrees sunday afternoon. low 60s for monday, tuesday and wednesday. come tuesday, the clouds will be building. there's a chance of showers tuesday night and into wednesday. those showers clear out. temperatures hang into the low 60s for the rest of the week. next weekend, another chance of showers. >> we'll see you in a little bit. donald trump is heading to the white house, who will help him lead the country? we're taking a look at potential picks for the cabinet. also this -- >> now, i have to get that painted. that's terrible. >> political vandalism. we'll show you why neighbors in one philadelphia neighborhood say they have some cleaning up to do after the election.
plus 36 month special financing. know better sleep with sleep number. three, two, one! >> the sights and sounds of the holiday season return to franklin square in philadelphia. that's last year's video. the holiday festival and light show begins at 5:00 this evening. rutgers university wraps up its 250th anniversary at its campuses in camden, new brunswick and newark. the camden campus will celebrate with a birthday cake this morning. tonight, fireworks display at gateway pavilion in camden.
black friday deals are already here. landon dowdy is here with this morning's cnbc business news. good morning, landon. >> hello, tracy. good morning. black friday is coming a few weeks early for walmart shoppers, starting today, you can grab holiday deals via the walmart app for under 300 bucks. a 65-inch hdtv. walmart said it will have millions of tvs ready for purchase online and in stores. wall street, yesterday's strong gains, went from potential massive losses in the premarket hours as investors digested the election results to a rally. drugs and financials leading the way. rebounded with a 1,000-point gain.
to cut taxing and spending on infrastructu infrastructure. the dow rising, 18589. >> landon dowdy, thank yous. 5:26, 41 degrees. a few neighborhoods in the 30s. it's a chilly morning. you're going to need your sunglasses. clear skies over boathouse row. got your neighborhood forecast just ahead. jessica boyington is watching traffic. >> thanks, bill, 202 near the schuylkill expressway, you can see traffic is moving along just fine. and 422, there's a problem there when i come back. plus, we brought you this as breaking news yesterday morning. ahead, hear what officials are now saying about the fire that destroyed a local mill. and what will the change over the next four years be like? we'll tell you about the
begins from the obama to the trump administration. was this four-alarm fire more than an accident? this morning, we have an update on an ole middle destroyed. >> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. 5:30 on the nose. good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. be sure to grab your coat as you head out the door. we've got bill henley with the "first alert" neighborhood forecast. bill. >> about an hour away from sunrise, temperatures are falling. coming down in the suburbs. 38 degrees in new jersey. a little bit of a breeze outside of the north. 8 miles an hour to make it feel even chillier. you'll see sunshine in the lehigh valley. bright sunshine, 48 degrees by 8:00. and climbing. we will warm into the middle to upper 50s. 58 degrees for delawe