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tonight, the president responds to a travel ban blocked by a judge. what this means for international travelers. peaceful protests, from the travel ban to the vice president in town, demonstrators made their voices heard. and a cookie crook. a girl scout mugged on the street. now at 11:00, a court battle over the immigration travel ban. tonight, the rush to get into the united states before the next judge's ruling. good evening. i'm denise nakano. now, the department of justice tonight informed the court system that it plans to file an appeal that blocks the president's travel ban. the president has sent out numerous tweets today from
florida. this one at 8:00. the judge opens up our country to potential terrorists and others that do not have our best interests at heart. bad people are very happy. well, tonight, philadelphia international airport says it welcomes the return of all visitors. nbc 10's drew smith joins us live from philadelphia international where international flights are arriving with no problems. drew? >> reporter: and denise, you can check it out for yourself. all is calm down here at the airport. no chaos and confusion as people catch some of those late-night flights. the mayor is tweeting tonight that he's proud that this airport can once again welcome all regardless of nationality. but it is unclear how long that will last. the fast-moving changes to travel rules in the united states has people with valid visas rushing to airports this weekend. these are the people who were barred from boarding flights all week, but thanks to a judge's
ruling, they landed stateside into their family's arms in boston today. >> it was really frustrating. i was about to check in. i was in line when he signed the order. >> at philadelphia's international arrivals, there's still uncertainty. >> it is kind of confusing and scary. >> reporter: but the federal judge's ruling changed things here. >> i find that a temporary restraining order is in the public interest. >> reporter: phl airport put out a statement tonight saying, the airport welcomes the return of operating procedures in which properly vetted foreign travelers and refugees are admitted into the united states. but president trump supporters aren't happy. >> we need to address what we have in our country first. >> reporter: and as the department of justice heads to court, people who made it back into the country are staying put, until it's clear what the rules are, since they change daily. >> reporter: and the response to the implementation of all of these policy changes during this roller coaster week have been
rapid. so if there are more court rulings, either this weekend or early next week, you can expect the situation down here to change quickly. we're live at phl airport, i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. >> thanks, drew. this was the scene in center city today. officials say 2,000 people took part in the march for humanity down broad street. the group was protesting president trump's travel and immigration ban and a i side from the traffic troubles, officials say the march was peaceful. aed philadelphia police chief inspector joe sullivan thanked his force on twitter. he tweeted, a vp visit, two large demonstrations and marches, zero arrests and zero negative incidents. very proud of my officers. fchd was n philadelphia was not the only site of protests. there were demonstrators worldwide. tonight in mar-a-lago, berlin, and paris they're upset over president trump's travel ban. and today vice president mike pence stopped in philadelphia to talk courts and the constitution.
the vice president spoke to members of the federalists society, a group that advocates for the constitution and the separation of power. the vice president took the opportunity to praise president trump's pick for supreme court judge neil gorsuch. >> it should be abundantly clear that judge neil gorsuch is, indeed, a worthy successor to judge antonin scalia. she's cut from the same cloth. our constitution and our country will be stronger with him on the supreme court. but we're not there yet. which is why i'm here. >> reporter: prior to his speech, vice president pence toured independence hall and saw the liberty ball. tomorrow, he's expected to be in houston for the super bowl. well, philadelphia eagles great, brian dawkins, learned tonight, he's not going to the nfl hall of fame in his first year of eligibility. dawkins spent 13 years playing here in philadelphia. hear what dawkins had to say tonight later in sports. and now to first alert weather, and tonight, you definitely needed to bundle up with your winter coats.
nbc 10 on south broad street tonight. and nbc 10 first alert meteorologist, erika martin looks ahead at what we can expect. >> you can expect a warm up with. tomorrow, your expected high temperature, 37 degrees. easton, 42 for you. the p.a. suburbs mainly in the low to mid-40s. a mix of sun and clouds. looks like buyberry will see a high of 46. hatten field, 44 is your expected high. trenton, 45. grassboro, 56 with overnight lows mainly in the 20s. so this is a nice warm trend. we're seeing here avalon, expected high of 46, and atlantic city, 1 degree warmer, 47 for you. we are trending warmer. delaware also seeing mid- to upper 40s, and coming up, we're going to talk about when we're going to see 60s. back to you. >> thanks, erika. tonight, there are still no charges of the death of a 2-year-old in camden county. nbc 10 has obtained the 911 call
in that unsolved homicide case. the call reveals the frantic moments leading up to that toddler's death. >> ma'am -- >> he's dying, please! >> camden county released the call to nbc 10 today in response to an open records request. the call from november came from a nanny in pennsauken. she tells the operate, a 2-year-old in her care is throwing up blood. the boy ended up dying at some point after the 8-minute call. the camden county prosecutor's office is handling the case. no one has been arrested. philadelphia police are looking for the gunman who shot and killed a local activist inside her home. the 65-year-old woman was found in her bedroom, just before 8:30 last night. she had been shot in the stomach. well, delaware state police have cleared the crime scene at the james vaughn correctional center in smyrna. the building where correction officer floyd was killed during a standoff earlier this week has been turned back over to the
department of corrections. police say their investigation into the uprising is expected to last quite some time. well, tonight, philadelphia police are searching for the person who robbed a girl scout. police tell us it happened just before 5:00 this afternoon near rittenhouse square. the girl was selling cookies in the area when a man robbed her of about 50 bucks. well, a new chapter. tonight, a look at one of the largest book fairs for children. the smiles on these kids' faces, next. special celebration. meet the local woman with a milestone birthday. >> and the sixers try to win in south beach. we'll tell you how far joe joe's return date has been bushed back. and it's a bird, it's a plane. the flyers net minder was flashing the leather in south philly. highlights, coming up.
a celebration more than a century in the making. family and friends gathered in south philadelphia for mildred's 104th birthday. a lot of the partygoers were mildred's relatives. and are you ready for this? she has five kids, 11 grandkids, 19 great-grandkids, 7 great-great, and 1 great-great-great grandchild. all of us here wish you a very happy birthday. also in south philadelphia, a night of fashion and philanthropy. erin coleman served as mc as the 15th annual fashion show. the money raised benefits the children's hospital of philadelphia child live program.
from our south jersey bureau, top honors for a local fallen soldier. these pictures are from the dedication ceremony for the a.j. dixson friends center. dixson was killed while serving in iraq back in 2004. dixson's mother, jacqueline, was at today's dedication, and the center is available for active and inactive military members
and their families. well, thousands of local families came out for the 25th anniversary of the african-american children's book fair. nbc 10 and telemundo 62 are proud sponsors and today many of my colleagues took part in the event. nbc 10's aundrea cline-thomas has the story. >> reporter: the drummers set the mood. a free book was given to hundreds of children as soon as they walked into the doors of the community college of philadelphia. for 25 years, the african-american children's book festival has celebrated african-american authors, illustrators, and characters. >> i wanted to write books that my kids might want to read and might gain knowledge from. and also books i wish had been around when i was a child. >> reporter: the event was started by vanesse lloyd-sgambati. >> i see little girls walking along and say, hey, that's a book that's going to bower me. >> reporter: and that love of
reading is exactly what nbc 10 wanted to share, by sponsoring a reading circle for another year. i was unioned by harry harrison, jacqueline london, and other nbc 10 staff. the peacock came too. it's an experience that inspired a familiar face. >> it's all about a love girl named summer winters and she loves the weather. >> reporter: brittney shipp was experienced by her experience attending the festival in past years and returned, this time as an author, of her first book, "the meteorologist in me." >> what i want each young person to know is where you have a dream in your heart, if you study hard, if you practice and put your mind to it, you will probably accomplish that dream. >> aundrea cline-thomas, nbc 10 news. first alert weather and a blustery, cold saturday. we found crowded slopes today at blue mountain in the poconos. there were skiers of all ages enjoying a ride down the
mountain. let's get the most accurate neighborhood forecast with nbc 10 first alert meteorologist, erika martin. >> congratulations to brittney shipp, first of all. 28 for you in coatesville, wilmington, and philadelphia currently at 39 degrees. trenton at 30. and mt. holly currently at 28 degrees. we have a little bit of a southwesterly flow, the winds really not an issue, not right now. be sure you look at the bottom of your screen for your local neighborhood forecast. the winds right now, again, pretty mild, southwesterly, 5 miles per hour for wilmington and philadelphia. three for toms river. feels-like temperatures right now, a pair of 11s for poconos, trenton at 30. feels like 24 in allentown. mt. holly, 28 for you. be sure to look at the bottom of your screen for your local seven-day forecast. temperatures throughout the next couple of days, climb into the 50s by tuesday, 60s my
wednesday. s so we are warming up nicely. conditions will stay in the 20s and 30s by 6:00 a.m. and the same deal here by about 8:00 a.m. with southerly winds. hour by hour forecasts picking up on some clouds and showers moving in, by late monday into tuesday, and here we start to track the potential for some heavy rain, tuesday into wednesday. we'll time this out for you again hour by hour and we'll pause this at 3:00 a.m. monday into tuesday. notice those showers moving in from the southwest towards the northeast, by 9:00 a.m., widespread rain and some pockets of heavy downpours. so keep that in mind, especially for that early tuesday commute. your ten-day on ten brings us temperatures warming up nicely by tuesday into wednesday. so sunday's high temperature, 46 degrees. 47 on monday. overnight lows mainly in the 30s. we warm up nicely tuesday. a windy wednesday. rain on tuesday and wednesday. 61 is the expected high here. and we'll decline into the 30s
by thursday. a windy thursday. 35 on friday. and we climb right back up into the 30s and 50s my a chance of rain next sunday into monday. follow us on social media. here's danny with sports. this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity. xone from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> thank you. danny pommells with you once again. brian dawkins was one of many nfl greats who traveled to houston tonight to see if he made the 2017 class of the pro football hall of fame. the only first ballot finalist not to have his name called. of the seven men elected in this year's class, dawkins was not one of them. la dame lian tomlin did make it. classy as always from b dog. there's always next year. lest start with the sixers, who
knew they would not have jaleel. bret brown saying pre-game would not travel to detroit for the final game of the road trip on monday. as for tonight's action, pick it up in the second quarter. heat already in control of the sixers, trying to push back. sets up into the alley-oop. but brett brownsman had no answer. the turn around to go over. then the heat up 11. white sox back at it. we had 23-13 in the first half. the sixers fall to the heat, 125-102. meanwhile in south philly, j wright and the cats, fourth in the rankings. there was a great start against st. john. up in the first half. jalen gets two. nova led by 18 at intermission. then coming out of the locker room, more nova, back inside,
then back out. cashes in from outside. nova rolls over, 92-79. the flyers win thursday was a breath of fresh air for a squad that fell flat coming out of the all-star break. looking to built on that momentum this afternoon. a visit from l.a. means the return of this guy. former flyer, jeff creator, bringing his squad into action. second period after the kicks hit the cross bar, flyers pushing the other way. it can only hit the post. flyers that close to cashing in, if it really matters. later in the period, what save of the year candidate. a few more looks at it. brown almost had the whole neck, but glove and happiness, standing ovation for his effort and he was not done. still scoreless under five. kings on the rush, first shot is
blocked, but watch a little more of that leather. stops the buck at the side of the net. great performance from him. he was like an octopus in the net. headed to overtime. 2 1/2 left in the extra session, all three flyers, yep, this guy. the lover of seahawks. finally beat the fleiss, 1-0 in over time. that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommells. we'll be right back.
all right. a live look at the blue cross river rink. packed with people out there on the ice, taking a late-night skate, bundled up, for sure. because it is, erika, a really, really cold night, but we're going to be warming up. >> you were asking about the actual temperature in philly. feels-like temperature, 23. we're still under the influence of that colder air mass moving through. the issue is, we're going to warm up nicely. however, i want to go over this. because sometimes i just don't have enough time with these hour-by-hour cities. we have some rain moving in tuesday to monday, starting at about 2:00 a.m. i think you'll have an issue
from that 8:00 commute on tuesday. give yourself extra time. you can see here by 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 a.m., we are seeing heavier pockets of showers moving through, rain moving through, likely, especially for the jersey shore. keep that in mind. it will break, but we have some more rain headed in our direction, right after that. everything clears by wednesday. the deal is, we do have a really nice warm stretch in the works. while today we only topped out at 36, in philly, 35 in allentown, the great news is, we'll be in the mid-40s tomorrow, mid-50s on tuesday, and i even have a low-60 by wednesday. but 37 on thursday. >> thanks, erika. that's nbc 10 news for now. i'm denise nakano. an all-new "snl" is next. kristen stewart is hosting. have a great night.