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hour by hour when i come back in less than ten minutes. but first jessica boyington has your traffic. we have lanes blocked in between broad street and ridge avenue. this is a project that is set to be there this morning until about 5:30. so about another hour of one lane getting by on the southbound side of the boulevard which is approaching the schuylkill expressway. also construction near city hall, there is a crane lift, road reduced to one lane there as well until about 5:30. also p.a. turnpike, construction between have has the left lane closed but drive times are okay. and we are following breaking news from the west coast where election protests have turned violent out there. thousands of people marched through the streets of portland
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overnight and it's notoover yet. >> the crowd got out of hand damaging stores and property. pamela osbourne is in the breaking news center. and police are calling this a riot situation? >> right. thousands of protesters took to the streets in cities across the country last night and early this morning, upset over the election of donald trump as president. last night a crowd filled the streets in portland. this is video from the nbc affiliate there. it started as a peaceful protest. and then things turned unruly and heated with people smashing store windows. police called it a riot. and then they moved into try to stop the vandalism. at one point police say protesters tried to take over p an interstate highway forcing officials to shut down a portion of that road.
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this person in portland was caught on camera taking his anger out with a baseball bat. you see him there hitting an leg cal box. and you can see the sparks flying as crowds cheer. and in oakland, california a third night of protests drew hundreds of people downtown, some of the marchers split from the group and managed to shut down a freeway until law enforcement cleared them out. police say they made several arrests. protesters also marched in denver, minneapolis, washington, d.c., new york and several other cities chanting anti-trump slogans. will is still a very fluid situation as some of the protests continue right now. i'll be monitoring the scenes throughout the morning and we'll see you in another half hour for an update. i'm bopamela osborne, nbc 10. anti-trump protesters also gathered again in philadelphia. sky force 10 flying over the protests. hundreds of people marched
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through center city. earlier in the day the multiracial feminist coalition gop hands off me held a vigil outside philadelphia city hall. the protests are not sitting well with president-elect touchdown. last night mr. trump tweeted this out, just had a very open and successful presidential election. now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting very unfair. in our next half hour, the trump transition. hear from the president-elect about his white house meeting with president obama. also breaking from overnight, a 17-year-old boy is recovering after being shot, the shooting followed and attempted robbery outside a chinese takeout restaurant in north philadelphia. the teen told police a man approached him near broad and erie around 11:30 last knight.teen ran away, heard a gunshot, realized he was shot and ran home. and that's where police found him and took him to the hospital. he's in stable condition. police hope video from
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surveillance cameras in the area will help them catch the shooter. funeral plans are being made for a police officer killed just outside of pittsburgh yesterday. as we told you during breaking news yesterday morning, two officers were ambushed when responding to a home in c cannonsburg. the gunman had set up make shift explosi explosives. both officers shot, one died. the gun man then killed his pregnant wife and then himself. a rowan university student is recovering after a tone charger caught fire in his pocket. a spokesperson says the student was inside the student center when he felt something burning inside his pocket. the young man put out the fire, took out his portable phone changer and threw it on the ground. university staff evacuated the student center. >> i smau gaw some guy leaving you could smell it, like it smelled like chemicals burning and you could see he was holding like his pants like in his hand. and there was a big, big burn mark in it.
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sglt student we >> the student went to the hospital to be treated for burns on his leg. row rowan have not identified the brand of the charger. a robber points a gun at the head of a young boy and buy police are trying to find out if he was part of the plot. look at the video. the child at the bottom right hand corner and watch as the woman at the counter pulls a gun out of her bag, points it at the cashier at family dollar and while he's opening the register, she turns the gun on the little boy. the woman left with cash and police are trying to figure out who she is and if she and the boy know each other. in south jersey, up in flames. a fire tore through the historic henry rowan mansion. no one lives there. rowan died last year at the age of 92. rowan university is named after
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him. happening today, delaware county community members will honor veterans. the parade steps off from state and edge month streets at 11:11 this morning. we'll be previewing veterans day events across our region and we'll also have the information on nbc10.com. from honoring the men and women who served to what may be a veteran's best friend. >> ahead we'll take a closer look at a program that pairs american's bravest with service dogs will be to lend support and unconditional love. 4:36. taking the road less traveled, ahead see where one woman unexpectedly spotted hillary clinton just days after the election. >> 48 degrees at 4:36. we'll see some sunshine, but there are changes ahead during the day. the wind blowing the flag, that will really be ramping up this afternoon.
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making for even bigger changes this weekend. neighborhood forecast just ahead. what do we want our kids to learn? how to game a test... or test themselves in a game? how to master an exam... or examine a master? how to be robots... or build robots? the njea believes students deserve a well-rounded education- including arts, music, technology, and so much more. that's why we're working with parents and communities to reduce the emphasis on high stakes testing. because when you limit the tests, they can test the limits... of their potential.
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good morning. jessica boyington with a quick check on the roads. this is 295 right around route 561, so no problems in either direction right now. you can see that here on our cameras. we have a 12 minute drive time headed southbound from route 38 to the black horse pike, so that is traffic moving away from trenton and maybe towards the philadelphia area towards the split where you can get to philadelphia or the 42 freeway. so 12 minute trip there. speeds in the high 60s, as well. so no problems on 295. same for the p.a. side. route 202, 11 minutes northbound from route 30 to the schuylkill
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expressw expressway. but still watching the boulevard for lanes lost between broad street and ridge avenue. so traffic that is moving toward the schuylkill express still down to one lane until about 5:30. rest of the bridges are okay. we're nice and clear heading over the bridge into philly. 20 minutes before 5:00. temperature temperatures have cooled into the 40s this morning in philadelphia. skies are clear. we'll see a lot of sunshine today. but look at the wind. it's already getting started. that is at 12 miles per hour and the wind will be a key to the weather during the day today. that wind will be increasing as the morning goes on. look at the sunshine from the 40s up to 50 at 8:00. but the wind will also be increasing as the temperature moves into the low 60s. now, something unusual about today is that 61 degrees, that is at lunchtime. that's where we're peaking. look at the temperatures start to come down a little by 2:00. it's the winds driving in colder
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air and it's really going to be felt late in the afternoon. no longer in the low 60s, but 50s and then this evening we'll quickly drop into the 40s. right now 46 degrees in the suburbs. bright sunshine ahead today. but just like philadelphia, you see the winds increase. just at 7 miles per hour right now, but a 17 miles per hour wind at 10:00. and up to 18 miles per hour at noon. and there it is again, peaking the temperature at noontime, getting chillier as the afternoon progresses. 46 now in the lehigh valley. clear to start wheith and 12-mile-per-hour breeze increases a we go into the afternoon. cold front swings through during the late morning and early afternoon hours. we go from 57 at noontime and in spite of bright sunshine, 54 and falling at 2:00 this afternoon. same for new jersey, 48 degrees, not as cold as yesterday, but the wind is at 8 miles per hour. it will be ramping up, 60 degrees at noontime. we'll hold right around 60 at 1:00 and then it starts to come down a bit at 2:00 and down to
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55 at 4:00. the temperature peak will be a little later at the jersey shore. it takes time for the cold air to move from west to east. so 48 right now, warming up to 60 at lunchtime and then 62 degrees at 2:00. and then the temperatures start to fall late in the day. flags will be flying on veterans day in delaware, 48 degrees right now, 56 degrees at 10:00. low 60s at noon. again, it takes longer for the colder air to make its way through delaware. but you'll feel the temperature drop by late this afternoon. and that will make for a chillier weekend. i'll have your weekend forecast when i'm back in less than 10 minutes. 4:42. thousands of people across the country continue to protest the election. and here at home, police in bucks county are investigating election related crime. up next, where graffiti appeared. and up next, the tradition that brings politicians together after election day.
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fwl and happening today, row an college will be on serve veterans day with a ceremony and unveiling of three hanthan park spaces. than park spaces.han par. . . . .
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protesters took to the streets again last night and early this morning in about a dozen cities across the country. the demonstrations turned heated in portland, oregon where police in riot gear came out to stop people from smashing windows and hitting are cars with bricks. portland police say they arrested at least one man for allegedly throwing a molotov cocktail. hateful graffiti including messages in support of
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president-elect frump sctrump s across schools. the messages were discovered at castle rock north, some contained swastikas and threatening messages to lgbt students. a hispanic student received a note telling her to go back to mexico. we talked to the student who found the messages. >> just an act against human decency. it doesn't really matter which side of the political spectrum you're on, it's just not right overall. >> the school says all students from all backgrounds are accepted and that the randa vandals will be dealt with. hillary clinton has been staying out of the spotlight since conceding the race, but a woman out hike discovered how the former secretary of state is spending some of her time. margo says she ran into clinton while hawking in chappaqua. former president bill clinton was there and took the picture. margo says she told clinton was
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voting for her was one of her proudest moments as a mother and they hugged. with the election now history, it is time for delaware politicians to bury the hatchet. winners and losers got together yesterday for the annual return day ceremony. the tradition dates back to the early 1800s when everyone who returns to the county seat two days after the election to heart results. politicians buried the hatches in sand, their way to heal, shake hands and get everyone to work together. >> a whole day of reconciliation, burying the hatchet and moving forward and remembering we're not gm, republican, independent, but we're american. >> that is a great event. and that event also included a parade, food truck, concerts and a free barbecue. we continue to honor those who have served our country on this veterans day. >> and some special dogs are helping injured vets rebuild their lives. meet wally, the 11-year-old
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black lab helps dan lasco with all kinds of daily tasks. he lost his leg in an injury in afghanistan. his injury left him depressed, so it was recommended that he get a service dog from a group called america's vet dogs. >> he really improved my quality of life. just having him walking around, knowing that he's by my side. knowing i can rely on him. >> dan has had wally for eight years now. wall sli dy is due to retire inr or two. there is a waiting list for the dogs. we have information about america's vet dogs on our nbc 10 app. good for dan and wally. 4:48. let's get a check on your way to work. >> jessica boig ton has you covered. what are you see something. >> watching the boulevard and construction there. supposed to be in place here for
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about another 45 minutes or so until about 5:30. so right now we're watching the boulevard and that construction is between broad street and ridge avenue on the southbound side. you can see one lane is getting by right now. they have police activity set up some cones there to block off the two left lanes. so with that one lane getting by, right now not seeing any major delays. and it's traffic moving toward the schuylkill expressway. once it's cleared about 5:30, everything will look a little better. but again, right now we're not seeing any volume or delay behind that because it's still early. also watching 95, 13 minutes south to the vine street expressway and speeds will in the 60s. and center city watching construction, over near city hall and broad street, watch for a crane, the road reduced to one lane there. and again another 40 minutes or so that will be an active scene there. 4:49. it's friday. we made it to bring. let's find out what the weather
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will be like with bill henley. >> it will be a windy one. flags will be blowing. you can see the flag on the battleship new jersey right now blowing in the wind, it will only be increasing during the day. skies are clear in camden and over center city. we'll see a lot of sunshine, but we have a ways to go before we get some sunshine this morning. so the temperatures have fallen into the 40s. 46 in the lehigh valley, middle 40s for the suburbs. upper 40s for delaware and south jersey. there is really no cold spots this morning. the wind is making temperatures pretty uniform. so mt. laurel, medford, robbinsville, all in the 40s this morning. princeton a little chillier, that is typical. the wind, a little bit of a southwesterly breeze at 8 miles per hour. it's more southwesterly in
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dover, but items become wednesdit's become westerly in coatesville. as we go into the afternoon, the shift in direction, that is a northwesterly wind will be flooding in this afternoon of winds of 18 to 20 miles per hour with gusts possibly as high as 30 miles per hour. so that will start bringing down the temperatures during the afternoon hours. but even with that cold front passing by, we'll still be in for lots of sunshine. no sign of any serious clouds, any showers to the north that are coming in with the cold front are going to disappear before they arrive here. so we won't get the wet weather, but we'll get the cold. it's snowing right now in canada, so we'll get that cold air heading into the weekend. tomorrow morning in the 30s, tomorrow afternoon we'll struggle to get into the low 50s for philadelphia and suburbs. 48 degrees in the lehigh valley. a warmer day after another cold morning on sunday, new jersey will warm up to 62 along with delaware and 58 degrees at the jersey shore. full 10 day on 10 when i come back in the next half hour.
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next week it will feel more like winter away here as we kick off the severe winter weather week mall tour. how cool is this? you can see the locations right there on your screen. stop by to meet the first alert weather team as they show off our high tech weather tracking equipment like storm ranger 10. and happening today, salute to veterans in center city, today the ice rink will open for business for the first time this year. because it's veterans day, there will be patriotic music. if you want to head to city hall and skate, the rink opens at 11:45. veterans and active duty members can skate for free. now that the septa strike is over, we're learning new details on the contract the transit agency signed with its largest union. >> we'll break down the numbers all new on nbc 10 news today at 5:00. also if at first you don't succeed, tweet, tweet again. darrel owens hasn't been a bird
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in year, but next the latest on his online effort to rejoin the eagles. who is ready for high school football? tonight the winner of our high school game of the week is pots grove and inter-borrow. watch at 11:00 for full coverage of the playoff game and all the others from across the area.
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good morning. jessica boyington watching the roads. this is where 309 at norristown road, you can see maybe a car or two. both directions still look great. but we're watching the boulevard, as well. one lane only getting by on the southbound side. in good broad street and ridge avenue. so that is traffic that is moving towards the schuylkill expressway where we typically see delays but that is usually later. the construction clears around 5:30.
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and i'll be back at 5:00. happening today, students and staff at evans elementary school will be on serve veterans day by gathering into the shape of an american flag on a playground, they will dress in red, white and through. today also marks the beginning of a school wide project, students will make care packages to send to soldiers who are overseas. also members of a group called quilts of valor will try to make several blankets to give to military service members and veterans. they are hosting a sew-in at a business in king of prussia. just tap the nbc 10 app for information about freebies and deals available all day for veterans across our area. no school again in new jersey, day two of the new jersey education association convention in atlantic city. the njea is a yearly convention. this year the convention comes at an interesting time just after the presidential election. we asked organizers about the importance educators have when it comes to talking about social
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justice issues. >> we talk about public education and the role of teaching our students in a society that we all should be aiming for and living in. it is an important responsibility on our part. we take it very seriously and we will in fact do our part. >> this is one of the lamgest conventions for atlantic city this year. people have danced the night away during latin night. ♪ dozens of people came out to enjoy the music in bensalem.event included free salsa lessons and giveaways. the eagles are back home this week playing the falcons. one of the falcon standout players is from philadelphia. >> we call him matty ice played at pen charter. eagles defensive coordinator
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says this one won't be easy for the birds. >> falcons are playing well offensively because they're not a one trick pony. they run the ball very well. their stats aren't great running the ball, but they're still -- they're significant. and that is our challenge this week. it's not just about stopping the run. it's not just about stopping one receiver. >> and by the way, former eagle terrell owens is once again letting the eagles know that he is available should they need him. he tweeted out this picture with the caption light workout while in portugal just in case the eagles make that call. t.o. tweeted something similar after the birds lost in dallas last month. he played for the eagles of course back in 2004, 2005. the 42-year-old is still a free agent. nbc 10 of course is your official eagles station. we have you covered. why are you laughing? >> crickets. >> starting sunday morning before the game, game day kickoff starts at 9:30 right
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after nbc 10 news today. two reasons why i think that will they should sign him. one at 42 he's in great shape, he could be the best receiver they have right now. and the second reason, second half of the season, it's a tough schedule for the eagles. could be interesting to have somebody to talk about while they're losing games. so there you go. now for more of the stories we're following right now. >> more election unrest, right now on nbc 10 news today, we're following breaking news from coast to coast. protesters are still taking to the streets in the wake of the presidential election. shot while trying to get away, that's what police say happened to a teenager in north philadelphia. hear about the key evidence investigators have right now. and the new deal, we'll tell you about the contract that ended the week long septa strike and what thousands of transit workers will now be getting. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." >> it is 5:00 a.m.
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let's begin with bill henley with the first alert neighborhood weather. it's warm but you're talk about all the wind. >> not as cold as yesterday. there is a chill in the air. 49 in philadelphia, a little cooler for the suburbs and new jersey is down to 43 degrees. with sunshine, we'll watch the temperature climb from the 40s into the 50s in the lehigh valley. and delaware, that wind is already starting to pick up. and you'll see it get stronger during the day at 12 miles per hour at 6:00. but the key is the shift in the wind that will take place today. it starts to happen at 9:00 this morning when it will be 56 degrees. the temperature will still be climbing at that time but i expect for most areas the temperatures to peak right around lunchtime. that means 62 in philadelphia at lunchtime, get cooler during the day. new jersey 6 2rks cooli2, cooli the late afternoon. gusty winds also blowing the temperatures down in the lehigh valley. delaware, 62 the high and that will hpe

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