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with what's next for the suspect. >> reporter: prince's criminal past includes 62 felony charges, 15 felony convictions. prosecutors are discussing his future inside this building. an attorney says whenç two stas are involved, the process can usually take months, but because this is a high profile shooting, it could take days. >> while he sits in jail, his fate is in the hands of prosecutors in two states. . >> this is not normal. a lot of publicity. a lot of people upset. it can really get accelerated. >> reporter: the this criminal defense attorney told us that the attorney general's office may extradite prince quicker than usual. >> reporter: the 37-year-old shot five people and killed three the at his job in
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maryland. >> the police came and didn't know what to do. friends and family of the victim want to know why prince targeted him. >> he doesn't have any enemies at all. a career criminal, he was charged with more than 60 felonies and misdemeanors. but he was only convicted 18 times total. last night wilmington police chief said behavior like that can't go under the radar. >> we have to find a way to keep them behind bars. so they can't go out and reompbd. >> delaware's office has yet to address why prince wasn't locked up. the attorney believes it's because his previouses weren't as serious. after yesterday's shooting, prince won't remain illusive in the legal system. >> as soon as you hit the hrnç with murder, it don't matter what's in the background. this caps it all.
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>> prince does not have an active word against him. he was last charged in a robbery in january 2016 involving the man police say he shot in wilmington. >> what will it take for prosecutors to send prince to maryland? >> reporter: an attorney says because he won't willing go to maryland, the state's attorney has to file paperwork with the judge and prove there's probable cause for them to send him across state lines. that could happen some time in the next week. live in will mimingtonen, brand hudson, nbc 10 news. >> we're learning new details about how he was capture d. it was the mother of a rookie wilmington police officer who tipped off authorities. the woman heard the description of prince and his vehicle when she spotted him she alerted police and set up a larger perimeter. nbc 10 has been following every new development in this story.
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we were the first to report the suspect's capture on the nbc 10 app. download it for free so you'll know when breaking news happens. an emotional day for chief of stf john kelli. he was fighting back tears while defending president trump and blasting a congresswoman. >> general kelly, whose son died fighting in afghanistan defended the phone call by president trump to the widow of sergeant johnson. heç criticized and called the president's phone call insensitive. she claims the president said the widow knew what he signed up for. >> it stuns me that a member of congress would have listened in on b that conversation. absolutely stunned had me. i thought at least that was sacred. if you have never worn a uniform or been in combat.
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he said to me, what do i say? i said to him, sir, there's nothing you can do to lightened the burden on these families. >> coming up at 6:00, the one thing general kelly said he had to do to collect his thoughts after the controversy over that call. >> turning now to our weather, sunny and warm, pleasant fall day taking a live look right now at the poconos. >> clear skies over the expressway. look at that. seems like a smooth enough drive for a ride on the expressway. always a bit backed up. let's talk to tammie souza. >> you can roll down the windows and enjoy.
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the low 70 toz 69 this hour at cape may on south winds to 7 miles an hour. let's go toç wilmington. it's still 70 to 8 miles an hour. coatesville at 68 with calm winds at this hour. finally in philadelphia, 71 degrees. look at the humidity. it's very dry. we're a dry air mass out there. that will be with us into the weekend. and the winds out of the south and southwest to 11 miles an hour. just like last night, we're going to have beautiful clear skies. 49 in allentown, that's what you wake up to. 54 will be your early morning temperature in philadelphia. 52 in vineland. 51 in wilmington. 52 in trenton. 52 in atlantic city. the winds tonight are going to be out of the west. they will be very light. tomorrow they are going to turn to the north. when i come back, we'll explain what that effect has on our temperatures. >> right now at 5:00, it's deadline day. they are all rolling out the red
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carpet to attract amazon to build their second headquarters in their area. today was the last day to submit bids. they created videos and hash tags to woo the online retailer to town. in new jersey, chris christie is offering $7 billion in tax incentives sweeten the deal there. it's a project considered to be a game changer e for the winning city. >> this is the largest project in the history of economic development given the shear size of the project. 8 million square feet, 50,000 workers with an average salary of $100,000. >> amazon will choose the winning city some time next year. here's how philadelphia is selling itself. city leaders are touting the quality of life in the city of brotherly çlove. the walkability and bikablety of the city. the lehigh valley, which is submitting a pitch is using its growing economy as a selling point. also the amount of available land that it has and
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accessibility to big cities like philadelphia. pittsburgh to throw its hat in the ring is selling its city as a research hub. a home to innovative companies like googal and uber. it's pitching a manageable cost of living. take a good look at your screen. this woman is wanted for a carjack iing at a wawa in new castle county. surveillance video shows you're walking in then and turn around and immediately walk out. police want you to call them if you recognize this woman. new daniel schiff here at arden courts. if you have any information regarding this, police want to hear from you. to that 84-year-old man, he was a resident in an assisted living facility. he died back in april.
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this week the coroner's report just ruled his death a homicide and all new at 5:00, steven fisher looks into whether charges will be filed in this case. >> reporter: the cause of death according to the coroner is blunt force trauma to the head. although the coroner ruled his death a homicide, more work ì% criminal charges will be filed. the 84-year-old who lived here at arden courts of beth hem township passed away in april and now we know what caused his death. the coroner ruled it homicide and said he died from kpli kaixs of blount force head trauma. they are handling this investigation, but details have been limited. they have not said how his e head was injured. arden courts told nbc 10 they will not comment on the death because of an ongoing investigation. they did release the statement saying, the safety and well
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being of residents is our primary concern. we're committed to delivering quality care to our residents and our caregivers are deeply committed to their emotional and physical well being. he's a u.s. army veteran. he also worked as a freight conductor for 35 years on the railroad. >> we did reach out to his family who lives out of state, but our phone calls were not returned. reporting in north hampton county, steven fisher, nbc 10 news. a man runs to his friend's house after being shot and then collapses and dies. tonight the search is on to find the gunman. it's not clear where the shooting happened. but the victim ran to a house around 3:30 this morning on north marshal street. that's in the hundredthing park neighborhoods. they are getting more leads. president trump is giving the federal government's response to the puerto rico crisis a 10 out of 10. puerto rico's governor was atç the white house today and at one
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point trump asked the governor about the u.s. response. >> the united states, did our government when we came in, did we do a great job, military, first responders, foema, did we do a great job? >> you responded immediately and did so, they have been on the phone with me every day since the disaster. we recognize there are some logistical limitations that we have in puerto rico. >> the island is still struggling with about 80% of residents without power. 20% don't have access to fresh water. in the meantime, mississippi is helping are relief efforts by housing 1200 puerto rican prisoners. the inmates will be house d at the federal correctional facility. chief justice john roberts asked judges to help with the cases.
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people in puerto rico still need your help to pitch in. call the american red cross. or you can go to the nbc 10 app for more information. >> they are looking for a woman they believe used a child to steal a pricey cell phone. the incident happened earlier this month. police say the woman stood watch as a boy unplugged a gold apple iphone that was on display and put it in his pocket. if you live in new jersey, you'll be able to use your driver's license to boardç plas and get into federal buildings for another year. the state received an extension to meet requirements of the real i.d. act until october of next year. real i.d. is a push by the federal government to make i.d.s more reliable. pennsylvania receive issed an extension yesterday. delaware already meets the standards. to a rotten prank at a local high school. >> a deer carcus found inside
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the gym days before football game with the school's long standing rival. how security is being stepped up for that game. and bracing for thousands of demonstrators. the controversial speaker that's making tempers flare at the university of florida. back in the political spotlight. the reason president obama just touched down in new jersey.
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all new at 5:00, back on the trail again. former president obama is is returning to familiar stumping grounds campaigning in new jersey for democratic candidate phil murphy. murphy is running against a republican to be the garden state's next governor. >> in the past half hour, he made a stop to rally campaign workers. rosemary connors joins us now live with details on the high profile endorsement. >> when former president obama walked out on stage, he was greeted by chants of four more years. right now murphy is just ahead of him in the polls. while addressing the crowd of campaign workers, president obama wasted no time touting his own achievements in office. >> he took the unemployment rate from 10% and got it below 5%. we created millions of jobs and
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we got wages and incomes growing again. and by the way, we covered a bunch of folks with insurance too. that didn't have it before. >> president trump has vowed to dismantle obamacare taking recent steps to december mantle the subsidies. the former president may not have called all the families according to trump's claims. obama did not address it while eqr" take a jab at party politics. take a listen. >> some of the politics we see now we thought we put that to bed. i mean, that's looking 50 years back. it's the 21st century. not the 19th century. >> in addition to stumping for phil murphy in new jersey, former president obama will be campaigning for the democratic for governor in virginia. he will hold a rally tonight in
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richmond. i'm rosemary connors, nbc 10 news. new information regarding the number of buildings destroyed by the california wildfires. officials now saying nearly 7,000 buildings are destroyed and expecting that to go higher. most of those buildings are homes. 42 people have died in the fires. >> back here at home, fantastic fall weather. taking a live look at the philadelphia skyline over liberty one and two. temperatures in the 70s across our region. just comfortable. let's head to the beach. this is where we want to be. am i right? >> we like to people watch. >> it's really hard to keep up with the temperatures. >> every day you should just leave with an umbrella, fall jacket, flip-flops, pair of rain boots andç your regular shoes.
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then you're set. carry the go bag of clothes. i have to tell you we at least are not dealing with snow. because on this date in 1940, over 2 inches of snow fell in philadelphia. we are not ready for that. let's take a look at what we're going to get. it's going to be fantastic. right now we have clear skies across philadelphia. look at the skyline. just beautiful out there. 71 degrees. we will be tumbling down to 59 at 1en tonight. 66 is where we should be on this date. so we have exceeded that. we'll have clear skies out there for tonight. it's going to be delightful all around. it's going to be a fabulous weekend too. if you want to clean up the leaves if they have fallen at your house. go pick out a pumpkin. just take a walk, ride the bicycle, i could go on and on. it's the perfect weekend for
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that. it's going to be warm. sunny is ask. almost perfect weather out there. the next rain does not hit until monday night or tuesday. we're going to be very dry. and it looks like we're going to have a change. a big cooldown late next week and into next weekend. enjoy this while it lasts. because this is a gift. lock at the temperatures. 66 is the average. this is where we're going to be going up into the mid-and upper 70s by sunday and monday. even on the day we get rain, tuesday, we'll probably start the day at 70 degrees. it is going to be very, very comfortable out there. now doppler radar, not picking up anything. that's no çsurprise. it hasn't picked anything up for days. because it is dry out there. we have this big dome of high pressure. it is pulling in all this warm air up and around it in a clock wise fashion. it just spills on to our region. we're going to continue it see it pile up. we have a frontal boundary that's going to bring a few clouds and turn the winds to the northwest. but they are light winds and our
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temperature just notches down a couple degrees tomorrow night. i don't even think we'll notice it. it will be a couple degrees cooler than tonight. so we're going to drop down into the low 50s. maybe even some upper 40s. 49 in allentown. 53 in philadelphia. we could see 62 in places like cape may because the ocean water is still incredibly warm. then tomorrow we bounce into the low 70s once again e. you can see the winds have shifted to the northwest. and then on saturday into the mid-70s. on sunday the southerly winds are going to in. 1:30 in the afternoon, 74. easy for us to imagine getting all the way up to 77, 78 degrees on sunday. so tomorrow 73 in south philadelphia.
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bright sunshine. in hamilton township, 72. you'll see 73. let's go to the beach. 72 degrees. here's your ten-day on 10. it's pretty nice for this time of year. until we get to the end of the ten days. 73 tomorrow. ãmáerápáurday. 7 on sunday. 78 on monday. now that's an important day because the eagles have their "monday night football" game. at this point, we have a chance of rain on monday night. i think it'sing back further ask further with each run that the models come out with. so we're dpoing to put the rain after the game and on tuesday and on wednesday. then temperatures start to fall. you can see we're back to where we should be by wednesday. maybe next weekend, only 59 degrees. it could be a big difference between the eagles game on monday and the one next sunday temperature wise. busted in our own backyard. >> how the fbi managed to catch more than 100 alleged human traffickers and rescue children here in pennsylvania.
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a fiery explosion caught on camera. the damage left behind in the mix up that started the blast. and there's only about one hour left to vote for our high school blitz game of the week. the matchups include undefeated teams. springfield remains on top with 60% of the vote. if you want to help your school, grab your phone right now. here's the number you need. 610-624-4111. call, text and have until 6:30 to do it. we'll announce the winner tonight at 11:00.
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when you're a double-dipping pension-padder like steve sweeney, it's important to maintain a certain... lifestyle. that's why sweeney spent over a hundred grand of his campaign funds on high-priced meals and other gifts. we're talking fine cigars, fancy watches, pricey restaurants, and expensive wines - all to charm the type of folks who helped him raise your taxes 145 times. too many in south jersey are struggling. but steve sweeney's looking out for himself, not for us.
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explosion in a huge fireball rocked a parking lot in portland, oregon. a food cart operator was putting gas into a generator when some of the vapors ignited yesterday. two carts were destroyed, some cars burned as well. no one was seriously hurt. you may remember a propane leak cause this side food truck explosion back in july of 2014.
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vapors from the tank caught fire on theç grill inside that truc. a mother and daughter who were working in the truck during the explosion were both killed. ten others were hurt. a halloween mystery solved in missouri. video captured some pumpkin thieves orange handed. a police officer tracked down the suspect's vehicle and found 49 pumpkins inside. three people were arrested. neighbors were asked to come pick their gourds out of a pumpkin line up. if. >> i can't. a brand new statue unveiled. >> the new piece of art that's paying tribute to the fliers late owner ed snider. >> behind this facade is a mother that is totally destroyed. >> a mother's mission.
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the company that woman says killed her daughter and her push to make sure it never happens fwen.
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when you're a double-dipping pension-padder like steve sweeney, it's important to maintain a certain... lifestyle. that's why sweeney spent over a hundred grand of his campaign funds on high-priced meals and other gifts. we're talking fine cigars, fancy watches, pricey restaurants, and expensive wines - all to charm the type of folks who helped him raise your taxes 145 times. too many in south jersey are struggling. but steve sweeney's looking out for himself, not for us.
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a gruesome discovery inside a football stadium. a dead deer. >> it comes two days ahead of the showdown between two rivals. cydney long has the story in
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doil doil doylestown. >> reporter: the furry of football. a feud that will take to the field saturday afternoon between central bucks high school east and west landed police at the central bucks west war memorial field. >> i think it's the rivalry that's been going on for all these years. they went too far this year. >> a dead deer hanging inside the stadium. the central bucks mascot is a buck and they play the patriots. we spoke to the soccer players. >> is it offensive? >> i don't think it's that offensive. i think it's like a prank they did. it's happened before. there's been instances. >> officials reminded the entire student body about keeping high morals and the code of conduct here for students. by means of a message today on the school's intercom.ç >> they just said be respectful. don't drop down to their standards. it's kind of ridiculous they did this.
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>> some local parents say sadly it's not the first time there's been an animal carcus hanged ahead of a big game. it's been a tradition of years past. >> it's just rivals. it's just their fun game thing. they have a game coming up. i'm not saying it's like a dead carcus out there, but i don't think there was any harm intended. >> reporter: a message perhaps to warn another team they would be dead meat in the square off. >> police want anyone with information to come forward. vandalism and trespassing charges await. police will add patrols to the east and west tonight and tomorrow night ahead of saturday's game. cydney long, nbc 10 news. new at 5:00, 84 children were rescued and 120 human traffickers were arrested during a cross country human trafficking sting. the fbi.
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five traffickers were arrested in the philadelphia harrisburg and reading areas. the program that's helped rescue more than 6500 kids since it launched in 2003. sglrvelgs the man accused of a shooting spree that crossed state lines is held on a $2.1 million cash bail. radee princeç preliminary hearg was set. he targeted several of his co-workers at a granite company yesterday. killing three people, hurting two others. he then drove to wilmington where he shot a man at a used car dealership. nbc was the first on the scene when prince was arrested at newark. coming up at 6:00, how a rookie cop's mother helped officers eventually find that suspect. a 71-year-old womans from montgomery county was killed in
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a fiery crash. the crash closed a portion of i-95 for seven hours. the fbi needs your help finding an armed robbery suspect. agents say this man held up the freedom credit union yesterday around 2:00. they say he gave a threatening note to the teller and lift z his sweatshirt to show a gun in his waistband. a new addition tops the stories making headlines county by county. the university of delaware will break ground on a new six-story, 200,000 square foot building in new castle county. the innovation building will open in january 2020. bonds and private if i lan tro pi will fund the building.
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a new trail is open along route 291. the trail spançs 3500 feet to e darby creek bridge. if you're look iing for a seasonal job, fedex is is hiring for the busy holiday season. 70 positions in allentown talking package handlers and other support positions are available. e open up the app and search jobs. turning to your weather now, nbc 10 in center city where we caught people enjoying the comfortable fall weather. >> let's bring in tammie souza. this warm iing trend is going t continue. >> it's going to continue to get
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better. >> not quite. it's not quite that warm. but still 70s. that's nothing to turn your nose up at. let's take a look outside. blue skies. a really lovely day. 71 in philadelphia with southwest winds to 11 miles per hour. low humidity out there as well. 38%. that's a dry day. we're look at cape may. there fwoez a surfer. e we love to people watch. 69 degrees and winds south at 7 miles per hour. we're dropping out of the 60s by 11:00 tonight. we're going to be in the mid-and upperç 50s. we won't drop too much further. we'll have clear skies. you can see the shades of blue filtering in here. vineland at 50. philadelphia at 53. you get out here along the beaches, we'll be in the mid-and upper 50s. maybe even a few 60s out there.
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then we'll rebound nicely tomorrow. look at the temperature trend. we're going to be 73 in philadelphia. 71 in stone harbor. it gets better than that. then it crashes. come on back. i give ourselves a 10. >> that was president trump rating the united states response to hurricane maria's destruction in puerto rico with the island's governor there by his side. the two leaders met in the white house to discuss the rebuilding of's communities. our sister station has more on the discussion from washington. >> as puerto rico struggles to rebuild in the wake of hurricanes irma and maria. >> we're searching for the best resources for our people. so we can get out of the emergency and stabilize. >> the governor of puerto rico paid a visit to congress and the
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white house. >> we need equal treatment. we need all the resources a so that we can get out of the emergency. our call action. >> it includes 4.9 billion to kick start the economy. the community disaster loansç they requested a package to help with repairs. >> you have future problems that can arise. we're in this together. u.s. citizens in texas, florida, puerto rico and virgin islands. >> puerto rico is a different situation because it needs so much infrastructure. over a period of time, that will happen. >> according to the governor, 250,000 people are still without homes. more than 42 roads need to be rebuilt. then the majority of the island is still without power and water. only 25% of the telecommunications systems work. the governor of puerto rico assu assured that every position made
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to president trump has been answered. said he's looking forward to a continued support to rebuild the ie listened. in washington, d.c., brian mendoza, nbc 10 news. now to breaking news. sky force 10 live where police are investigating a stabbing. this is at the belmar laundromat. you can see investigators there in the door of that laundromat. the victim we're told was taken to cooper university hospital. no word on what led to that stabbing. as soon as we learn more details, we'll pass them ato you. >> caught taking advantage of a man during a medical emergency. >> this woman is facing charges for helping herself to a wallet instead of helping him. you won't belief who tip ped of police. >> and thousands of people protesting. the major college campus that's front and center as a white nationalist leader speaks to students tonight.ç all new friday morning on nbc 10 news today, going digital
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chris brown: a fighter for the working men and women of atlantic county. brown fought for what's right by taking on trenton special interests and standing up to chris christie's takeover of atlantic city. he fought to protect jobs in our region and to defeat the north jersey casinos. and now brown is working to keep atlantic county affordable for families and retirees. let's keep chris brown fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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florida's governor declared a stiet of emergency days ago e prepare iing for this. protesters ahead of a speech from white nationalist richard spencer at the university of florida in gainesville. protesters say spencer is spreading a message of hate and inciting violence similar to virginia in. august. university officials had originally denied spencer's request to speak, but relented when he threatened to sue. >> the hate speech cannot be banned from a public university. the government and we're considered to be the government cannot sensor speech. >> his controversial message comes with a huge cost. he paid more than $10,000 to rent the venue and cover security inside. but outside, the budget for law enforcement is already more than half a million dollars. pennsylvania's budget cuts are leading to changes within the state's prison system.
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governor wolf announced the department of corrections and parole functions will consolidate into one agency. the decision is effective immediately. wolf says the agency will continue to provide quality public safety while eliminating the duplication of efforts. philadelphia wants to hear from you as it considers installing more public restrooms and showers across the city. the department is considering adding facility to benefit commuters and tourists and homeless population. the managering director's office is taking suggestions on how to install and maintain the facilities across the city. a disturbing crime caught on kvideo. wait physical you see how a woman took advantageç of a man seizure inside a store. that's next at 5:00. >> to pay off a few people that should figure out what was going on. instead of paying 57 cents. >> all new at 6:00, a father's
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a woman suspected of stealing a credit card from a man suffering a seizure is now behind bars. the incident was caught on surveillance video. you can see the suspect there standing over a man on the floor rifling through a wallet. she walked away with a credit card and did not help the man after he suffered a seizure. police say after the video went viral, they were flooded with tips including from theç suspect's own parents.
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>> the fda approved a second personalized treatment for cancer. the pash's immune cells are removed to fight the cancer. but the treatment is is priced at $373,000 and can have severe side effects. this is the second gene therapy approved since august. the first was developed by the university of pennsylvania and is meant for certain patients under the age of 25. turning to your weather a live look at university city as we enjoy clear skies and temperatures near 70 degrees on this thursday night. >> a perfect sun glare right there. let's talk to meteorologist tammie souza. the weather is looking great over the next few days. >> it's looking it's aic. if if it you're a golfer, get out and golf. if you like taking walks and the pumpkin drinks, you're so
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busted. 72 was our official high today. our highest gust was 21 miles per hour. that was out of the. the sunset if you want to catch it, 6:15 this evening. we have a fabulous fall weekend ahead. anything you want to do outside it is going to be perfect weather for it. it will be warm too. plenty of sunshine out there. a few high, thin clouds. nothing that's going to really kind of hamper your lovely weekend. very dry. the next rain moves in late monday night and tuesday. and we have a big cooldown. the only places stretching into northern california. there's a cold front coming in there. there's not enough rain to put them out, but at these temperatures. 83 right now in rapid city.
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the warmth just continues eastward. look at this. cincinnati at 72. right here in philadelphia, we're above average. we're at 71. 70 in wilmington. and 69 in wildwood. nothing showing up on the radar. everything is quiet. we do have this big dome of high pressure pulli ining all the wa air up. a little storm system passes to the north and brings us a few clouds. turns our winds to the northwest. really doesn't do a whole lot to our temperatures. we're going to fall through the 60s tonight. the winds turn west tomorrow. we get a little cool air filtering in through the area. we'll wake up in the 50s. tomorrow the winds turn to the northwest. on saturday take a lock at this. we boost on south and southeast winds into the mid-70s. and then on sunday, even a degree or two warmer on those southeast wibds. we're going to make it to 2:00.
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easily by 5:00 we're looking at temperatures much warmer than that. for tonight, 54 in philadelphia. 50 in south jersey. under clear skies. sky, 73 in philadelphia. lehigh valley at 72. jersey shore, you'll be at 72. nothing but sunshine out there. and then we climb. we're going to e see 75 on saturday. 77 on sunday. 78 on monday. late night rain. we're hoping this comes in after the eagles game. rain on tuesday and wednesday. a big cooldown toward the the end of next week. you played a critical role in bringing professional hockey to south philadelphia. >> the special honor for ed snider and where you can pay tribute to him, next. >> we know for a fact that it was the ignition switch. >> pennsylvania parents are push ing that more is done to hold companies accountable, especially when lives are lost.
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welcome back. lester holt joins us from the studios in new york. >> we'll hear from the white house chief of staff john kelly. his emotional defense of the president as he opens up about being a gold star parent. the extraordinary campus lockdown over one man and speech
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and a report from inside north korea. brace for war. more when we see you on "nbc nightly news." back to you in philly. >> thank you, lester. honoring a philadelphia sports legend. this afternoon a nine-foot tall statue of flyers owner ed snider was unveiled. >> we were there for the unveiling. big names in our community came out to pay tribute. >> you can see the statue over my shoulder. a number of former players here in attendance as well as jim kenny. the commissioner also in attendance to pay homage to the man responsible for bringing hockey to philadelphia. he statue of
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ed snider comes on the 50th anniversary of the flyers first ever home game. it's hard to overstate just how much ed snider meant and still means to the fliers, the fan and the nhl. >> he was a man of vision, of passion. he got things done. he was extraordinarily competitive. >> i had a hard time calling him ed. no matter i called him mr. snider. he never whined or complained, he just did. he just kept moving forward. >> mr. snider loved what he worked so hard to build. he loved this team. he loves this city. speaking as a player and alumni and staff member, we loved him back. >> for his family, the statue represents their patriarch, but also a tribute for the fliers faithful. >> it's disheartening to know the next generation can see where this place and this team came from.
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>> reporter: you can see ed snider sporting one of his championship rings on his left ring finger. the sentiment is that fans will come up and rub the ring as a good luck charm. we'll see how that plays out as the years go by. a nine foot tall statue for him. back to you. >> right outside of the house he built there. thank you, danny. the ooeg have been fun to watch their season. so have their touchdown dances.ç sunday morning guest celebrity judge kevin yew banks rates the celebrations. don't miss it sunday morning. followed by ooeg eeg game plan. wait for the pitch. it's too late. >> here's jim rosenfield and jacqueline london. >> next on nbc 10 news at 6:00.
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after the arrest, nbc 10 uncovers new information about the pesh who led plits police to the gunman wanted for shootings in two states. new details about the suspect's past. that's next in a live report. also ahead. >> i will never forgive them for what they took from me. >> one woman's warning. the company she says killed her daughter and what she's doing now to make sure other families never suffer the same fate. and a great fall weather. it's moving into the area for the weekend. but it isn't going to last. i'll tell you when it goes away. come on back.
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inside the arrest. we're learning who tipped off police to end a multistate manhunt. >> plus family pebs grieve about the suspect's troubled past. >> thank you for joining us. i'm jim rosenfield. >> and i'm jacqueline london. radee prince is being held on $2 million cash bail. authorities today charged him with shooting the car dealership in wilmington yesterday morningç police say prince drove to delaware from maryland where e he killed three coworkers and injured fwo others.
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they took prince into custody last night. and tonight we're learning exactly how they made that capture. tim furlong is joining us live from newark. >> it took someone's eye to help police get there. >> e we always hear in every case like this, we need a it tip from the public to get us in the right direction. that tip from the mother of a cop. let alone doing pretty well. after he shot and killed some of his coworkers in maryland wednesday, his next stop was his used car. >> i don't understand all the felonies. >> with a criminal history, they want to know why he was allowed to walk the streets including this one in newark. he was seen before his arrest.


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