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drive by shooting a man standing on a corner taking a bullet as a car takes off from the scene. philadelphia police tell us it shouldn't have happened in this neighborhood. honoring trooper williams. together, a community comes together to remember a new jersey state trooper killed at a scene. good morning, thanks for being with us. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. >> and i'm vai sikahema. 6:00 straight up on this thursday. let's get to meteorologist erika martin in for bill. and the forecast, the arctic blast hitting us from the north and northwest? >> that's right, vai and
rosemary. the arctic blast in full effect especially tonight into tomorrow. if you look at the bottom of the screen, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. currently in philadelphia, 37 degrees. we do have northwesterly winds that help gistjust a little bit. moisture here, wider perspective. notice we're getting influence of that lake-effect snow. however, that won't get here until late tomorrow, early afternoon hours with northwesterly push. hour by hour, starting this and getting this through tomorrow. notice that we start to see a little bit of a push. that northwesterly influence. looks like lake-effect snow for parts of lehigh valley and parts of the p.a. suburbs as well. i'm look at the forecast, certainly below average for this time of year. and overnight lows in the 20s. and we are tracking the potential for a wintry mix sunday into monday. jessica, with traffic. starting offer with mass transit, we're dealing with
30-minute delays from the amtrak northeast corridor due to police activity. 30 minutes of delays. that might set you back. over in carney's point township over in new jersey there's police activity still reported. it's been there all morning in both directions. right around route 130, exit 1, ramps are closed trying to get to delaware over the delaware memorial bridge. take the new jersey turnpike. there are no ramps that are closed. and in mt. laurel, route 70 around route 73. that interchange there. you can see a couple cars here. no big problems or delays. rosemary, back to you. a man is in critical condition after a drive-by shooting in west philadelphia and police are saying where this happened is unusual. that's because the corner is ve and witnesses say the man was simply standing on the corner around midnight when a car drove
up and someone started shooting. philadelphia police have one man in custody after they say two men ran from this overturned car in kensington. the crash happened on east street, sometime after 4:00 a.m. police tell us they suspect the man in custody may have been driving understand te ining und. right now, they're looking for that second man involved in the accident. today, a community will gather to remember fallen new jersey state trooper frankie williams. a candlelight vigil will honor his life and sacrifice. nbc10's mt. delucia is live outside of the police barracks in belmar. >> reporter: still the big question what caused the 61-year-old man to go off the road and hit trooper frankie williams' patrol car head on. the investigation continues here at belmar barracks, you see the flag is flying at half-staff. take a listen to some of the 911
calls that came in in millville. >> going 20 miles an hour. the car made contact with a tractor trailer. they've got traffic completely backed up. we're doing 20 on 55. a red car. almost hit us. >> reporter: those callers presumably referring to the car driven by dr. lloyd rudley who crossed over the grass median and hit trooper frankie williams monday night. this is as the trooper was responding to those very calls. both men died in that crash. we spoke with a woman late last night who said she's a friend of rudley's. she said the psychiatrist has long suffered from a medical condition. >> whatever -- whatever dive diabetics go into, shock or whatever. there's no way. i mean, it definitely was an accident. i mean, the man never drank a day in his life or did any kind
of drugs except insulin. >> reporter: it is important to know again the exact cause of this crash is still under investigation. the candlelight vigil to honor the trooper williams is tonight at 7:00. south of here at the fort norris pa barracks, on main street in leesburg, new jersey. we're live in belmar, matt delucia, "nbc10 news." 6:05. this thursday, a philadelphia police officer ambushed and shot three times in the line of duty is being recognized with a high honor from the department. >> yesterday, officer jesse hartman received the valor buried. he was sitting in his cruiser when a man came out shooting. he got out of his car and then
went and tied his own tourniquet. he was in extremely dangerous conditions. the award is named in memory of sergeant wilson iii. he died in 2013 after a robbery at a gamestop. police returned to the house of a local pediatrician facing child porn charges. yesterday, investigators took boxes out of the apartment of dr. david kennedy. kennedy who has an office in montgomery county was arrested last week. police say an employee found what is proved to be child porn images on the physician's cell phone. investigators also searched a home in east greenville in connection with the case but it's unclear what they were looking for. we now know the name of a suspect of a 14-year-old student in mayfair. he turned himself in tuesday for the murder of ian willscy.
a north jersey man is now asking a judge to reconsider her objection of a special prosecutor for alleged chris christie's alleged involvement on bridge gate. that complaint accuses the governor of failing to order his subordinates to reopen access lanes on the george washington bridge. in 2013. three former christi allies were convicted or pleaded guilty in the bridge scandal. christie himself was never charged. michigan's presidential recount has been halted yesterday.ein could not have a look at the vote. a federal hearing will be heard on stein's request here in pennsylvania. states must certify the election results by tuesday. and a philadelphia judge denied to do a digital audit of machines in the city. stein wanted the machines audited for evidence of hacking.
stein did want the machines audited. philadelphia mayor jim kenney is among 14 mayors who signed a letter to president-elect donald trump asking him for continued protection for undocumented immigrants. it's the called daka program that allows undocumented immigrants who came to the u.s. when they were children not to be at risk for deportation. >> have them be in fear or have the possibility of them being deported i think should be delayed until we have an opportunity for meaningful immigration reform. >> last night, students at villanova university held an interfaith vigil on the water. they stood in solidarity with those who have fled violence in foreign countries and who fear what could happen under a new administration. at least there's some comfort knowing it's colder in the plain states. >> right. it's colder in canada, of course. all of the cold air due here
tonight and tomorrow. neighborhoods right now, notice that westerly-southwesterly push. that helps us out just a bit. 30 degrees. pitman at 30. coilfield at 27. princeton also seeing upper 20s. hopewell township currently 20 degrees. woodbine, 29. dennis township, 30. summer's point here in. and here is the weather story. that arctic blast. that colder air sliding into place. and if you look at the bottom of your screen you will see your local neighborhood forecast. but notice the purple sliding on down through tonight into tomorrow. hanging on tight until sunday. and then some of is that air retreats. however it will make it here again by the end of the following week. so future temperatures. i'm going to take a lot of time here. starting at 6:00 a.m. i have a lot of points that i want to show you what to expect
through today and into tomorrow. 9:00 a.m. seeing mid to upper 30s. we're only going to top out in the mid-40s. below average for this time of year. 4:00 p.m., upper 30s allentown. and through tonight, we're going to see upper 20s to low 30s. now, these are actual temperatures. tomorrow morning, we're going to see temperatures starting off mainly in the 20s and then through saturday. look at this, by 6:00 a.m. on saturday. it has to get here quickly. doylestown, actual demtemperatu 27 degrees. we definitely have a blustery forecast. notice temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. that's our expected high temperature. overnight lows in the 20s. still below average. we are tracking a potential for a winter mix. some type of precip to get here sunday into monday. and then by later next week.
i have the work here, because this will qualify us, overnight lows mainly in the teens and high temperatures only topping out in low to mid-30s. of course, if you follow us at social media you'll get more update it's @nbc philadelphia. out the door, jessica, you're going to the pennsylvania turnpike, looking at your screen, a preview of what's going on? >> yes, what are you seeing on the cameras and maps? >> well, checking in with drive times to start. there's also a vehicle fire reporting upper merion, p.a. turnpike. 22 minutes only from valley forge to route 1. average speeds high 60s. and we're not seeing any delays in our map system either. delays for mass transit and the northeast corridor dealing with 30-minute delays between new brunswick and trenton due to police activity. here's here's the bridges, platt
bridge, and dealing with the tacony-palmyra, the walt whitman bridge is nice and clear. and no problems over the bern franklin bridge so far. sounding the alarm. the surgeon general has a warning about e-cigarettes. we'll explain why the nation's top doc is calling a major health concern. plus, don't get scammed. we'll have a word about prosecutors protecting cash while buying tickets during the college bowl season.
33 degrees. this is a live look just across from the theater. certainly getting up for the holidays, festive out there. this time of year, vai. >> yeah. well, today people from the humanitarian organizations are pouring over indonesia aceh province. the quake hilled hundreds of people there. rescuers continue to search, thousands of people are homeless or afraid to return to their homes. >> for the first time since 1993, the u.s. life expectancy has dropped. new data shows someone born last year is expected to live until they're 78.8 years old. that dips slightly when the life expectancy is 78.9 years. heart disease, stroke, alzheimer's and diabetes are the deaths. the u.s. surgeon general
warns e-cigarettes are a threat. vaping by high school students rose 900% by 2011 and 2015. according to the surgeon general, nicotine in any form can be harmful to the developing brain of children. 6:17. let's get a look at your drive to work or school. 202. >> jessica boyington is watching the cameras for us. >> well, 202 looks great. we're not seeing any problems or delays. route 202. right around 209 is what we're watching here. moving from this point around 29 to the schuylkill expressway. average speeds also into the zik 60s. a car fire reports on upper merion on the eastbound side of the turnpike just around henderson road. drive times for the most part are okay. 22 minutes from valley forge to route 1. we're also checking in with mass transit for the amtrak northeast corridor, we're dealing with 30
minutes of delays, due to an incident that occurred. details to come between new brunswick and trenton dealing with 30 minutes because of police activity. and here in new jersey, for the police activity, both directions tying up exit ramps around exit 1, route 130. if you're trying to head to dwa delaware, up around the delaware bridge. and erika martin is watching our "first alert" neighborhood forecast. and we're in for a plunge? >> yes, we are, rosemary. so many below average temperatures if it wasn't chillier to start the day, it's chillier by tonight into tomorrow. finally a little better by sunday. as you look at the bottom of the screen, you will see your local neighborhood forecast. a live look outside at boathouse row is quiet right now. we do have clouds eventually mixing out. high pressure is really the weathermaker right now.
kensington, 37 degrees. andorra, 32. fox chase currently at 35 degrees. the suburbs in lehigh valley seeing much cooler temperatures. 33 for you. nazareth at 33. bedminster 34. and here is your weather setup. right now, it's a lot milder. westerly, southwesterly. and they're pretty calm. however, by the afternoon hour, they will pick up and shift out of the west-northwest. and then northwesterly, overnight tonight into tomorrow. and that really will be the big weathermaker. here, we have our feels like temperature. starting at 6:00 a.m. they're pretty close to normal, however, as we get this into motion, notice that it's going to feel cooler or colder than the actual temperature, especially by tonight into
tomorrow. so it's going to feel like it's mainly in the low to mid-20s for most. burlington, it will feel like it's 26 degrees. but then overnight hoyurs it wil feel like 18 in pottstown and philly, 23 degrees. early tomorrow morning when you're getting ready for school and work. keep in mind, you will have to layer up and bundle up. it's going to feel like 22 degrees for philly. 19. and trenton along with burlington. your 10 day on 10, tracking the former for unsettled weather to get here by sunday into monday. i do see the winds shifting southerly. that could make it all rain. it's all about the timing with the precip and that colder air. notice that we also have developing clouds into discuss and wednesday. a secondary system that could bring us a wintry mix. especially with this cooler temperatures that i'm tracking for you. notice the overnight lows only in the teens, so needless to
say, freezing. rosemary, back to you. 6:21 right now this thursday. a baby jesus stolen from a nativity scene in the lehigh valley. soon will be back where it belongs. coming up where it turns up as police try to track down the thief. and another award for penn state football coach james franklin. we've got the details. ♪
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[vo] is it a force of nature? or a sales event? the season of audi sales event is here. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on select models. sales event ends january 3rd. college football bowl season is almost here. officials in pennsylvania are warning fans to be careful of ticket scammers. sending out the warning that penn state and temple have bowl games. here are some suggestions to make sure you don't fall victim. always buy tickets from a reputable seller. be clear don't use cash or wire
transfer money. and use credit cards so you can dispute the charges in event of a situation. and former temple coach matt rhule is finding out how hard it to say good-bye to his players. >> they'll be my players forever. i love them one. hardest things to do say good-bye. i knew that our job was done there, our time was over. those kids went from 2-10 to 6-6 to the winningest stretch at temple. i say that because i know they're watching and i want them to know how proud i am of them. >> rhule led the owls to a copy. the coach has been named interim the owls will play in the military bowl against wake forest on december 27th. and jim franklin coach was named coach of the year. last weekend, penn state won the
big ten championship. penn state is playing usc in the rose bowl on january 2nd. tickets are sold out. up next -- nbc10 exclusive, water worries at west philadelphia high school. why parents are concerned by what is coming out of the tap. plus, social media lawsuit. how a hunter accused of killing pedals, the upright walking bear is looking to clear his name.
good morning this is "nbc 10 news today." it is 6:30 on the nose. i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. as you step out the door you're definitely going to notice colder temperatures. erika martin is checking the forecast. >> that's right. vie and rosemary, we talked about me having on my purple today. and that polar chill this morning, that is the scene out the door. starting at 9:00 a.m., notice we're still seeing a few clouds out there. even though the high pressure system is in control. a few more -- a little more sunshine for the suburbs and temperatures by the upper 30s b 1:00 p.m. mainly 40s and only going to top out in low to mid-40s. temperatures below average for this time of year. keep in mind, we do have a chilly start this morning only getting chillier tonight into tomorrow. as you look at the bottom of the screen, you will see your local
neighborhood forecast. and seeing the same deal, low to mid-40s for you. future temperatures, starting at 6:00 p.m., notice we're only going to see upper 30s, allentown, doylestown, 37 by 9:00 a.m. and again, high temperature for today, in the mid-40s, below average for this time of the year. and overnight lows in the 20s. and only getting colder friday into saturday. here's jessica with traffic. >> thanks, eric. route 38, right around hadensfield road. no problems with the roads. traffic merging right now and everything looks fine. roads are dry and we're not seeing any big delays. watching the p.a. turnpike, upper merion, a car around henderson road. valley forge to route 1, 22 minutes and speeds into the 60s. we're also watching for mass transit delays.
amtrak and northeast corridor running about 30 minutes behind from new brunswick to trenton. and police activity reported on 295 in both directions. right around exit 1. those ramps are closed right around route 130 right now, if you're trying to access delaware. and you usually do through 295, take the new jersey turnpike. and that will get you there just fine. vai, back to you. a community will come together to honor a new jersey state trooper who was killed in a crash this week. nbc10's matt delucia is live outside of the state police bear ricks in belmar. matt, what's the latest? >> reporter: those who live near the ft. norris barracks were trooper williams was stationed. this loss has hit them hard as the rest of the state police here. at belmar, you can see that the flag is flying at half-staff this morning and still a
lingering questions of why this crash happened. we did obtain the 911 calls coming in that night reporting an erratic driver. take a listen. >> 911, what's your emergency? >> i think we have a drunk driver in front of me. he's swerving on the road. going 20, 25 miles an hour. and came in contact with a tractor trailer. >> reporter: the calls presumably referring to the car driven by dr. lloyd rudley who crossed over the grass median and hit trooper frankie williams' car head on, this as the trooper was responding to those very calls. both men died in that crash monday night. now there is a candlelight vigil to honor new jersey state trooper frankie williams held at 7:00 at the lee chester hall on main street in leesburg, new jersey. the exact cause of the crash, it is still under investigation.
now live in belmar, matt delucia, "nbc10 news." it's in lehigh valley, bethlehem police are hoping this woman will turn herself in. they say she stole a statue of baby jesus from a nativity scene in a christmas village. police didn't even know it was missing until it turned up at a safe haven crib at a hospital. persons are concerned about a high school telling students not to drink the water there. >> district is working with the health department to figure out what's causing this discoloration. health officials have said the water is safe for hand and dish washing but as a precaution, cafeteria food is being prepared at another location. sand the school is bringing in bottled water for drinking. tonight, wilmington city council will consider asking the state for money to keep a fire truck in operation. the resolution requests $300,000
to keep fire engine 6 rolling. last week, the council announced plans to take 6 out of operation. the critics say that that practice as rolling bypasses have been costly. christopher leach and gary fickes died while battling a blaze. and hope also. a story of survivasurvival. >> there was no way out. no way out. we would not be here at all. >> her sister and her children are among eight families out of their home. the fire ravaged the franklin avenue apartment building tuesday morning. the children were rescued through a window by firefighters
on ladders. >> i remember falling down on the floor. and thanks to the guy that helped us get down and we all survived. >> everything that we had is gone. i thank god that we have our life. >> now, just a little more than two weeks away from christmas, the red cross is helping families with food. clothing and a place to stay. and fire investigators are working to find out what caused a fire. a hunter in new jersey is filing a lawsuit saying he's wrongly accused of killing pedals the bear. pedals became an internet sensation because he walked upright. state officials never said who killed him. the hunter's lawsuit said that facebook pages devoted to pedals falsely accused him of killing the bear. today, president-elect donald trump is expected to meet with another candidate for secretary of state. retired navy admiral james
fabretti. and john stay has been chosen to lead homeland security department. the general served in iraq. kelly is the third military general in donald trump's cabinet behind michael flynn and james "mad dog" mattis. and scott pruitt to head. and he sued repeat the away for rollback legislation. and wwe linda mcmahon is chosen and ran for the u.s. senate seat in connecticut.
6:37 on this thursday. definitely a day to grab a heavy jacket as you head out the door. >> not to mention the mittens and sleeves. >> sleeves. >> and there's a little space heater back there for you rosemary, perfect conditions back there don't forget to look at the bottom of your screen your local forecast. current temperature in philadelphia, 37 degrees. and in the neighborhood, we're seeing mainly 30s. chestnut hill 31, fox chase, 35. summerton, upper 20. and the suburbs seeing a chilly start to the day. however, keep in mind, it's only getting chillier as an arctic blast takes place into tomorrow. and still keeping it in the 30s. bedminster at 33. in new jersey, again that
west-southwesterly influence as far as the wind goes will help itself out. robbinsville 25. and hopewell township currently in the low 30s. your wind profile helps but keep in mind as the day progresses it will shift out of the west. west-northwesterly, and then northwest. it will kick up tomorrow. so get ready for a blustery trend at least through sunday. feels like temperatures now that you take into consideration those northwesterly winds. it will feel mainly in the low to mid-30s. by this afternoon, we'll cause this again, 8:00 p.m. and notice it will feel like in the low to mid20s. upper 20s for philly. swedesboro, it will feel like 25 degrees but then this is where the story gets very interesting. overnight tonight into tomorrow it will feel like it's in the upper teens for westchester and
pottstown. low 20s for philly and tomorrow morning, as you're getting ready for school, it's going to be very chilly. it's those northwesterly winds compromising those feels like temperatures. your 10 day on 10, we have a blustery friday and saturday. tracking the potential for a system to move in here. sunday into monday. however, the story is a wind shift out of the southwest and southerly. this very well could be rain instead of a wintry mix. and tracking another system tuesday into wednesday. of course, i had to add the word freezing because anytime we're seeing overnight lows in the teens, well, that would qualify as freezing. back to you. all right. thank you, jessica, 20 minutes before 7:00 a.m. on this thursday, let's check in and find out what's going on. >> no surprise now. the last few minutes seeing
delays on the schuylkill expressway. right around the boulevard. in both directions. eastbound side. the drive time, 19 minutes from the blue route to the vine street expressway. speeds are down into the 30s. and, of course, slow from montgomery on past the boulevard towards city avenue. so we're seeing those delays that we're used to with no incidents to report. that's at least a good thing there. out in the p.a. turnpike, there's a car fire in lower merion. around henderson road. no increase on either side of the drive times right now. a little slow by the scene. the schuylkill river wall construction. that's an active construction site until the 20th of january. this started the other day. it starts at 9:00 a.m. this morning. until 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. it will be lifted for the evening rush and back in place at 7:00 p.m. until 5:00 in the morning. that's every day, monday through friday, until the 20th of january. eastbound, will be closed from aiken's oval, and the river
trail will be rerouted for bikers or any pedestrians walking around. watching for mass transit, amtrak northeast corridor running red box ecause of 30-mie delays because of new brunswick. a viewer who runs a preschool said she had a new floor installed and not long after she noticed problems popping up. and "nbc10 responds." hairspray live, we'll show you how philly played a part in nbc's biggest musical yet. ♪ he gets a lot of compliments.
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county, looking live on sedgwick avenue in glenside. it's 32 degrees right now. checking on a winter wonderland there. erika martin will be back with your latest forecast. a preschool floods and gets total renovation but problems start creeping up with flooring. >> and after a year and a half of trying to get it fixed, a viewer turns to "nbc10 responds." >> reporter: this is the preschool in reading. she's owned flying hills for 25 years. she said a pipe burst flooding the school. she said she ordered the same flooring she had before. but after a few months, theses of the floor started chipping, posing a potential hazard to the children. >> it's not wearing the way it did the way it did before.
this is our original flooring which is standard flooring. >> reporter: johnson said she immediately called the flooring store. they told us prosource told her they ordered a lower quality flooring than the old one. >> i don't think they had any intention of doing anything to help me. >> reporter: that's when jocelyn decided to call "nbc10 responds." >> i thought maybe you could help. >> reporter: we reached out to prosource, the company told us they would work directly with her to resolve the issue. prosource requested she sign this release saying the exact terms are not to be disclosed to nbc10. she signed the agreement and said the corporate office had gone above and beyond to help her. in an earlier interview she expressed gratitude to "nbc10 responds." >> i am so relieved. so thankful that you guys helped
us. >> reporter: harry hairston, "nbc10 responds." >> she is working with procourse on the installation date and they're looking to get the new schools installed during the holiday break. if you have something for "nbc10 responds," health u"," l the best way is on the screen and we will respond to you. >> do you see? >> i do see. >> i agree, less is less. >> less is less. and this is -- this is camelback, they're making snow there. >> yeah, cold enough to do it. >> it's probably going to stick to the ground as well. let's check in with erika martin sand a look outside where you live. vai and rosemary, these conditions are perfect and ideal
for the ski resorts. i'm sure they're appreciating that more so on the way. however, to the bottom of the screen, will you see your local neighborhood forecast. no snow for us today, but we do have much colder temperatures on the approach. currently, we're seeing mid to upper 30s around the metro area. suburbs seeing low 30s along with new jersey. and lehigh valley seeing low 30s with a few clouds. and right now, mostly cloudy skies for delaware. the average temperature, 34 degrees. the weekend forecast, i'm going to rump into that. tomorrow, we're going to top out mainly in mid to upper 30s. notice the snow flurries for suburbs and lehigh valley. i do expect lake-effect moisture, especially with the northwesterly push with the wind. deep that in mind. overnight lows friday into saturday in the 20s. getting a little warmer on sunday but tracking the potential for a system to make
it here sunday into monday. neighborhoods right now, for the most part, seeing mainly 30s. newark, 34. caliville, 35. lincoln, 35. rehoboth beach currently at 37 degrees. notice those westerly winds that certainly helps out us out a lot. little egg harbor currently at 33 degrees. and a few points at mid-30s. for the most part in and around philly said-i by midnight, we're mainly seeing low 30s. trenton, 31 degrees. and big story, of course, we're getting a lot korltd overnight tonight into tomorrow and certainly by saturday morning. keep that in mind, you'll want to bundle up. your 10 day on 10 is blustery
friday into sunday. tracking a system that could bring a wintry mix for the lehigh valley. clouds and rain, freezing by wednesday. and thursday, sticking with 30. wednesday, thursday and friday of the following week. overnight lows in the teens. back to you. just about 10 till 7:00 on thursday morning. i'm sure a lot of skiers and snowboarders. >> and as they're leaving now, it's time to check in with jessica to find out how the roads are looking. now, our commute this morning is a lot different than yesterday morning. no incidents to report on any major highways. 95 overlooking the betsy ross bridge, on the southbound side, going through the work zone where there are lane restrictions but see nothing problems or major delays. 27 from woodhaven road southbound to the speeds in the
30s. and the car fire in upper merion has cleared. drive times weren't affected by this all morning. we're still doing good. out on carney's point township, there's activity. exit 1, those ramps are closed right now. they're trying to get to delaware. heading to the delaware memorial bridge to the new jersey turnpike. i'll be back in five minutes or so. maybe a little more with one last check on your morning drive. back to you. 6:52 right now. "hairspray live" brought 1960s baltimore to the nation's tv screens last night on nbc10. >> it was nbc's fourth live musical. and the biggest one yet. ♪ >> the award winning musical integrates a teenager who fights to integrate a dance show into the civil rights movement. the three-hour production featurered star power including
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will be 7:00 tomorrow evening. president-elect donald trump will be heading to columbus. a school drove into a crowd and campus physical killed the attacker. and tonight, city council will consider asking the state for keeping a fire truck in operation. to keep fire engine 6 rolling. that truck provides water for firefighting and critics have said shutting it down poses a safety risk. "thursday night football" is right here on nbc10. the oakland raiders head to kansas city to take on the chiefs in a pivotal matchup. coverage begins at 7:30. good morning, jessica boyington with one last check on the roads. we're starting offer with delays on 422. right around trooper road. backed up all the way to trooper road. on to the ramp, heads to 422
eastbound. all of that traffic in an 18-minute drive time from 29 to that point and speeds also into the 20s. we're also watching an accident in montgomery avenue around there as well. all right, guys. bundle up. these are your future temperatures. getting colder as the day progresses through tonight into tomorrow. starting off mainly in the 30s at 7:00 a.m., we're only going to top out in the mid-30s. below average. look at the bottom of your screen for your neighborhood forecast. tomorrow morning, we do have another chilly start. a lot chillier, with actual temperatures in the 20s. not looking forward to it. >> how do you guys like the heat? >> you're blocking it. >> the space heater underneath the desk. >> we'll have more updates throughout the morning. you can always get realtime news, weather and traffic on the nbc10 app.
>> thanks for being with us this morning. the "today" show is next. good morning. massive manhunt. . overnight the search intensifies for the gunman who shot two police officers. killing one of them near a college campus in georgia. the community on lockdown. we're there live. disturbing scene. shocking video showing a high school student in nevada armed with knives and lunging at class mates. before being shot and critically wounded by a campus police officer. was it excessive force? this morning, the boy's parents and police are speaking out. environmental disaster? controversy sparked by president-elect trump's pick to run the epa. >> it's a sickening and saddening choice. >> the ongoing lawsuit against e