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breaking news. the first indictments in the investigation into russia's 2016 election interference. the charges paul manafort and another man are now facing. gusty winds today. will the chilly weather stick around for halloween? and paw patrol, philly style. how these adorable puppies are works to keep you safe. >> announcer: nbc 10 breaking news. >> that breaking news. the first charges stemming from the special investigation into possible ties between the trump campaign and russia. good morning. i'm erin coleman. this morning, the former campaign chairman for president trump surrendered to authorities. nbc news national correspondent jennifer johnson is in washington, d.c. to bring us the
details on the indictments handed down today. jennifer? >> reporter: good morning. the speculation is over. paul manafort and rick gates have been indicted as part of robert mueller's investigation. this is the 31-page indictment that was released this morning, detailing the charges. former trump campaign chair, paul manafort, leaving his virginia home this morning, to surrender himself to the fbi. manafort's business associate and trump deputy campaign chair, rick gates, has also been indicted. both are facing charges of conspiracy against the united states and money laundering. accused of hiding tens of millions of dollars made while working as unregistered agents for the ukrainian government between 2006 and 2016. >> so while these charges are unrelated to his work on the campaign, they do -- they are a link in the chain to, you know, paul manafort's background, working for people connected to vladimir putin, connected to the russian government. >> reporter: experts believe this may be just the beginning.
>> usually, prosecutors start with the low-lying -- or low-hanging fruit. and they then can become useful to going up that chain. >> reporter: special counsel robert mueller, who is investigating russian meddling in the 2016 election, revealed today a trump campaign adviser, george papadopoulos, pleaded guilty earlier this month to lying to the fbi. the white house released a statement this morning, saying this does not come as a surprise. former national security adviser, michael flynn, and the president's son-in-law, jared kushner, have also been under scrutiny. later this morning, the president responded to these indictments via twitter. he said, sorry, but this is years ago, before paul manafort was part of the trump campaign. and he added, there is no collusion. i'm jennifer johnson, reporting from washington, and now back to you. >> now, once again, the president responded to the developments. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> all right. we're dealing with very windy conditions throughout our area
this morning. this is a live look now at the turbines at lincoln financial, where we're also starting to see the son a little bit. and you can see the wind really whipping around a flag, if we can take the live look from the aramark building in center city. but trust us with, the flags are blowing. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley here with more on what we can expect for the rest of the day. bill? >> yeah, we're still getting some pretty good gusts. in fact, some of the stronger gusts of the day are happening right now. this is a view of cape may. you can see the white caps on the ocean. chilly, windy, but it is becoming a sunny day at the shore. and inland, as well. some nice breaks in the clouds, as the winds have just increased to -- these are the gusts, at 39 miles an hour in philadelphia and trenton. 29-mile-an-hour wind gusts in millville and 37 miles an hour in atlantic city. expect this about as strong as it's going to get this morning. and the winds will be dying down this afternoon. the showers, they're finally out of here. it's going to be dry for the rest of the day. you can see some nice breaks of sunshine in delaware and south
jersey. the suburbs of lehigh valley and philadelphia will get a good deal of sunshine today, too. it may not clear out completely, but we'll get enough sunshine to see temperatures climb. and they have made some progress already. all of the temperatures drop down into the 40s overnight. now it's 51 degrees in the lehigh valley. and some cool spots in the suburbs. king of prussia is 50. look at the temperatures into the low 50s in spite of bright sunshine at 2:00 and at 5:00, those winds will still be blowing, holding the temperatures back. so i'm expecting temperatures to stay in the 50s this afternoon. it will be dry and those gusty winds will dry down some this afternoon. but the chilly weather, this is not going to be the end of it. a look ahead with the extended forecast when i'm back in a few minutes. >> strong winds and heavy rain moved through our area this morning, leaving behind damage and really making a mess. a live picture right now from sky force 10. a downed tree knocked out some wires in medford, stokes road. it is closed right now. and police tell us this is weather related.
now, the weather also affected the morning commute and septa's regional rail. nbc 10's pamela osborne live for us in chestnut hill with that part of the story. pam? >> reporter: well, erin, wind is the big story here, right now, as you mentioned, having a big impact this morning, especially on the regional rails. there was an earlier equipment issue that slowed things down. that was problem number one. the weather caused the second major problem on the rails. strong winds knocked down some branches on overhead wires, causing delays, which continue at this hour. norristown, fox chase, newark, doylestown, chestnut hill, east and west, as well as warminister and west trenton are also experiencing delays of up to 30 minutes. on the roads this morning, issues for drivers there, as well. in west mt. ari, this tree came down on elmlin and krishim roads bringing down wires as well.
crews worked to clean things up. i also checked in with pico. at last check, they reported a little more than 90 outages that were affecting some 3,600 customers at this hour. reporting live in chestnut hill, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> be sure to count on the nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for your updated neighborhood forecast anytime you need it. time is now 11:06. time for a check on the roads with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington. jess, drivers dealing with some windy conditions out there. >> yeah. we had a little bit of a messy morning commute, too. watching the schuylkill expressway, with doing pretty poorly, watching around the conshohocken curve and the southbound side. an accident starting to clear out of the way. you can see a delay in both directions, westbound and eastbound, pretty severe moving by that scene. also watch for some construction. the route 1 southbound ramp to the skoouchuylkill expressway i blocked. let's move from the boulevard southbound trying to get to the schuylkill and continue on westbound. once you get to the schuylkill westbound, we're seeing some
delays too because of that crash. also in maple shade and new jersey, about two hours ago or so, this accident occurred. now we have two lanes blocked, so on the southbound and northbound side, a lane in each direction. on route 73, because of this earlier crash, just around stiles avenue. also watching mass transtransit to this. w warminister, doylestown service is dealing with 30-minute delays. now some residual delays remain. but just expect some delays for all regional rails. we'll end with this crash out in pottstown, route 100 southbound just around west kings street. >> just into the newsroom, a new mug shot of the 16-year-old accused of murdering two other takens. police just sent us this picture of brandon oliveri. he turned himself into police on friday night. he's charged with two counts of murder. police say oliveri shot 16-year-old khalil miller and
salvatore dubeli last saturday night and both died in the hospital. philadelphia police want to know who shot a man in the back of the head and left him to die on street in north philly. last night, officers found the man suffering from a gunshot wound along north hancock street. he died a short time later. police are interviewing one witness and looking at security cameras in that area. a police shooting at the king of prussia mall yesterday caused a lockdown at the largest mall on the east coast. investigators say the suspect is wanted for two robberies in delaware and another at the mall, this past saturday. upper marion police telling us the incident started when they found that robbery suspect sitting in a stolen car. he took off when they approached him, hitting two patrol cars. then he tried to run down two officers. >> officers fired at the suspect, striking him while he was in the vehicle. a 9 millimeter handgun was recovered from the driver's seat of the suspect's vehicle. >> we're working to find out the suspect's condition. the officers who opened fire are
on administrative leave. newark police need your help finding a man wanted for sexual assault. take a good look at this surveillance photo. police say the man seen here groped a woman early yesterday morning along east main street and then ran off. police say it's possible he also grabbed another person in the area. happening now, former vice president joe biden will headline an annual conference on education in new castle county. this is a live look right now at the vision coalition conference, at the university of delaware in newark. the former president/vice president, is the keynote speaker. he is expected to say that violence is a public health issue that needs a communitywide response. mr. biden has long focused on violence against women. he is also expected to talk about his late son, beau biden's work on child abuse. well, neither rain nor a slow start could keep the eagles from their latest victory. the birds are now a league best
7-1 following a beat down of the 49ers. head coach doug peterson will talk about the win in just under an hour from now. at the linc, carson wentz threw a pair of touchdowns, first to jack earnest in the back end of the end zone, the second tb went to alshon jeffery. they scored on an interception return in between all of that. final score, 33-10. and here's the eagles' celebration of the week. check this out. after alshon jeffery's tmmates went right into baseball mode. this time zack ernest hit jeffrey with the phantom pitch, and charged. eagles fan watching it all in a steady rain, were soaked, but oh, so satisfied. >> it was worth it. it was 100% worth it. to watch the eagles continue to win, so exciting. i don't mind getting wet for an eagles win. >> what was it like inside the stadium in there with the rain? >> still rowdy. still full. still a sellout. it was awesome. >> reporter: the birds stay home next sunday to face the denver
broncos. nbc 10, your official eagles station. we'll have complete coverage. the phillies have found a new manager to lead their young roster of rising stars. john clark of nbc sports philadelphia confirmed the phyllis will hire gabe kapler to skipper the team. kapler has led the dodgers' minor league system for the last three years. he played 12 years in the majors, winning a world series title with the red sox. kapler is 42 years old. he will be the youngest phillies' manager in 20 years. john reports the phils will formerly announce kapler after the world series. rescued at sea. the two americans saved by the u.s. navy after months of being strand ed talk about their rescue. and later, reporting for duty. former president obama is preparing to do something most of us dread. a chilly start and the wind is going to keep things cool through the day.
as the clouds move out, taking the rain out of here. but there's going to be a chill in the air for halloween. i've got your halloween forecast, just ahead. nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney. he stood up to north jersey special interests to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars.
nfl owners will not meet with a group of players today to discuss social injustice issues. philadelphia eagles safety malcolm jenkins help found the players group to address those issues. jenkins said the league did not accept the group's invitation to the meeting in philadelphia today because of scheduling
conflicts. the nfl and the players met in new york earlier this month to discuss player demonstrations during the national anthem. a league spokesman said sunday the nfl is eager to continue the dialogue with the players. it was just a week ago when jenkins and some of his eagles teammates took their fight for reform to harrisburg. jenkins told state lawmakers the players need to use their leverage that influences athletes to bring about positive change across the country. most of the houston texans football team took a knee before their game saturday. they were responding to a controversial remark made by their owner, bob mcnair. it has been widely reported that mcnair said, we can't have the inmates running the prison. during an nfl discussion about the players' right to protest. mcnair apologized to his team on sunday. two women who were stranded at sea for five months are back on dry land this morning. and they are talking about their survival story. jennifer appell and tashia
fuyiava and their dogs left hawaii back in may that was supposed to be a sail to tahiti. but after that storm hit their 50-foot boat, their mast and engine failed. finally, last tuesday, the crew of a taiwanese fishing boat found the women about 900 miles southeast of japan. they were later rescued by the u.s. navy. at a news conference at the american navy base in okinawa, the survivors said they might not have made it without their dogs. >> without those two to make our lives better during the rough times, we might not have made it as far as we did. >> fuyava says they plan to try the journey again. it's a chilly one today. penn's landing, we're seeing some nice breaks in the clouds, some sunshine, but look at that flag blowing and winds that are gusting to near 40 miles an hour right now. this is about as strong as they're going to be.
the winds will settle down, but the current winds, the steady winds are 25 miles an hour in philadelphia, 23 miles an hour in dover, and along the coast, wildwoods reporting 24-mile-an-hour winds. but as the day goes on, those winds are going to back off. they're not going to die down completely, but we'll still see some gusty winds at 2:00 this afternoon. a little less wind heading into the early evening hours. but by 8:00, some of the winds may be increasing just a bit, gusting to 22 miles an hour in reading while millville sees 14-mile-an-hour winds. we'll see those wind speeds fluctuate during the day. as far as the temperatures, they're slowly climbing, but they'll stay below formal for this time of year. we should warm into the low 60s for philadelphia. 56 in summerton and center city. the suburbs will see those gusty winds back off some this afternoon. sunshine, some clouds and 53 degrees in lansdale and a cool day for the lehigh valley. allentown hits 54 degrees this afternoon. and new jersey, some strong gusts to start with this late morning, but then early this afternoon, those winds will
start to come down, just a bit. later this afternoon, that's when the numbers will peak in the upper 50s for hammondton. at the shore, we've seen some white caps on the ocean, sunshine will be nice and bright in atlantic city with scattered showers moving through atlantic city. won't see anymore in delaware, it's done. 58 degrees this afternoon for smyrna. you can see the scattered clouds that will be in and out this morning and this afternoon. but no wet weather. and the next chance of wet weather is not going to come until midweek. but i think we're safe for trick or treating. it looks like it's going to stay dry, though it's going to be a little bit chilly. we'll get those gusty winds today, 56 degrees this afternoon, but the ten-day on 10 shows sunny skies for halloween. but in spite of that sunshine, still breezy tomorrow, a high of 59 degrees. that's the high temperature during the afternoon. so the numbers will quickly dip down. by wednesday morning, weh'll be in the low 40s. so for trick or treating, you can count on temperatures that are in the lower 50s and some of the suburbs will be dropping down into the 40s. you may need to bundle up a bit for trick or treating. a chance of a shower on
wednesday. really, a better chance we'll see some scattered light showers on thursday. but it's not going to be all day rainfall. we'll get some breaks of sunshine and could warm close to the 70-degree mark. some neighborhoods may actually make it into the 70s on thursday. and bright sunshine for friday, up to 71 degrees. but then, heading into the weekend, the temperatures start coming back down with a chance of some showers on saturday. i think slightly better chance we'll see some wet weather on sunday. though not a repeat of what we went through yesterday. the temperatures will be stopping in the middle 60s on sunday. daylight savings time will be stopping early sunday morning and it looks like we'll keep an eye on the eagles' game, but they certainly didn't have a problem with all the rain yesterday, so i doubt what's coming on sunday will be affecting them. another warm-up into the low 70s monday and tuesday, and another cold front on tuesday, bringing the numbers right back down next wednesday. erin?
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our next guest is proof that you're never too old to pursue your dreams and hard work really does pay off. brad zimmerman is performing his hit comedy "my son the waiter"wa jewish tragedy" in philadelphia. brad is here with us this morning. this show has been around for a while. tell us what audiences can expect from your performance? >> well, it's a hybrid. it's part theater, part stand-up. "my son the waiter: a jewish tragedy," the title says a lot about what the play -- i was a waiter for 29 years. and eventually took a comedy class and started working for people, eventually, like joan rivers and george carlin and started making money in the
comedy world and wrote a show about this, my experience, struggling -- i struggled for many years. and of course, you have a jewish mother, you know that's what the jewish tragedy is, you know, you don't want to work for your father, you don't want -- you know, and you have to deal with that. and you know, it's like, it's not easy. but it's helped, you know, make the play very funny and universal. >> all right. so you talk about your childhood. you talk about your family, obviously being a waiter, as well. so what are some of the stories that get the most laughs? >> first of all, the one that gets the biggest laugh is the woman who can't make up her mind, you know -- just very briefly, ugh, everything looks so good. [ laughing ] and you say you're out of the sword fish. >> i'm so guilty. >> well, i had chicken for lunch and on and on -- >> and it goes on.
and you know, i mean, the fact that working in the casual restaurant, the fancy restaurants, oh, you have to know wine, you have to know -- i know nothing. you know what i'm saying? so that's basically what -- you know. and people relate to it. >> oh, yeah. you hit the nail on the bingo. >> but can i have this, but instead of this, this. and instead of this, this. yeah. so you opened for some really great acts over the years, but doing a one-man show, that's got to really be intense. >> intense, grueling, rewarding. you name it, it's it. but it's very, very -- i mean, you're talking an hour and 20 minutes, trying to hold an audience's attention. and no matter how good you are, there's always going to be people who are right there. and there's always going to be people fidgeting. so you have to just do your work. >> what's the secret? >> confidence. real, pure confidence. and you know what? that takes as long as it takes. >> you've got it, though.
>> um, i'm -- yes, it's always being tested, but i do have it. like right now, i'm feeling like really confident with you. >> all right. >> there's just something going on. "my son the waiter: a jewish tragedy" -- i have to say it as many times. my producer says every time i say it, we sell six tickets. >> well, there's six more. brad zimmerman, thank you so much. you can catch performances of "my son the waiter: a jewish tragedy" now through november 19th at the penn's landing playhouse located inside the independent seaport museum. for more information, head to nbc10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. all right, the president responds. next, what president trump is saying after his former campaign chairman is indicted on money laundering and conspiracy charges over possible ties to russia in the 2016 presidential campaign. plus, they are cute, cuddly, and they could save your life. still ahead, we go behind the scenes at the philadelphia
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>> announcer: nbc 10 breaking news. >> the special counsel's investigation into russian interference in the election has produced its first indictment. president trump's former campaign chairman turned himself in this morning to face those charges. paul manafort and his former deputy, rick gates, have been indicted on 12 counts, including conspiracy against the united states and other charges. they are both accused of hiding tens of millions of dollars made while working as unregistered agents for the ukrainian government between 2006 and 2016. law enforcement sources had named manafort as a target of the special counsel's investigation. the mueller team's been reportedly looking into his
business ties to russia. the fbi raided manafort's home back in july. >> while these charges are unrelated to his work on the campaign, they do -- they are a link in the chain to, you know, paul manafort's background, working for people connected to vladimir putin, connected to the russian government. >> manafort is due to make his first court appearance this afternoon at 1:30. he has denied any wrongdoing. the president responded to the development with this tweet saying, "sorry but this is years ago before paul manafort was part of the trump campaign. but why aren't crooked hillary and the dems the focus?" >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> windy and chilly, but at least the sun is peeking out a little bit. you can see those gusty winds along broad street from our kimmel center campus camera, as we take a live look. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley is here with your most accurate forecast. bill? >> you can see the clouds
blowing past the nbc 10 studios and the winds blowing the trees. those leaves are doing their best to hold on. the winds are pretty gusty right now, but their going to be settling down as the day progresses. winds gusting to near 40 miles an hour in philadelphia and trenton and 29-mile-an-hour wind gusts in millville. millville had some of the stronger wind gusts first thing this morning, when they topped 40 miles an hour. but as the day goes on, we'll see less wind and more sunshine. what we won't see is any rain. that's already moved out of the area and will stay out for today, for tonight, for halloween. it's mid-week that we could see a return of a few showers in the area. but not like what we've been through. sunshine breaking through the clouds in the suburbs, 53 degrees now in philadelphia. delaware, over frawley stadium, seeing some nice sunshine with the winds at 23 miles an hour. we'll get some sunshine at 1:00, 54 degrees. look at those winds coming down this afternoon by 4:00. the steady winds at 16 miles an hour. there still could be some higher gusts. but the temperatures, i don't think they're going higher than the 50s today.
50s this afternoon, there will be some warmer days ahead but the next few will stay on the cool side. i'll show you when to expect the warm-up and a look ahead towards the weekend when i come back in just a few minutes. the same system that brought us all the rain actually brought snow to maryland this morning. this is a look at grantsville, which isn't far from the peninsula border. they're only getting snow because they are at a higher elevation. there are new efforts this morning to address the north korean nuclear threat. the u.s. military said senior defense officials from the united states, south korea, and japan held trilateral talks and urged north korea to walk away from its, quote, destructive and reckless path of weapons development. nbc's janice mackey freher tells us more from beijing. >> reporter: there's been a lot of discussion on the part of the trump administration of deploying strategic assets to the region, but nobody is saying exactly what that means. are those assets more troops, missiles, expanded training
exercises? defense secretary james mattis has been equally as vague, saying only that the seassets a global in their positioning and in their reach. at these meeting, representatives from south korea and japan, you have to remember these are two countries that have a very deep historical resentment, so that they are showing signs of unity shows the seriousness of the north korea threat. and there are other political shifts that are underway in the region, as well. in south korea, there is now a growing debate over whether the country should have nuclear weapons. this is something the u.s. has long rejected. and in japan, shinzo abe won a snap election on his vow to crack down on north korea and he's thought to be using that power to change the pacifist institution to remilitarize japan. you add to this rodrigo duterte, who's not exactly a voice of region, saying that somebody needs to talk to kim jong-un in order to dial down the tension.
>> a nuclear war is totally unacceptable to everybody. >> of course, president trump is heading this way. he's due to begin his asia tour in tokyo this weekend before moving on to seoul, beijing, vietnam, and then manilla. now back to you. actor kevin spacey issued an online apology after a fellow actor accused him of sexual harassment. "rent" star anthony rapp says spacey made unwanted advances towards him after a party in the '80s. rapp was 14 at the time, spacey was 26. rapp says he was -- has not spoken with spacey since the incident and thought the actor was drunk at the time. he said he decided to come forward and share his story after news of the harvey weinstein scandal broke. in a statement, rapp said, quote, i came forward with my story, standing on the shoulders of the many courageous women and men who have been speaking out to shine a light and hopefully make a difference, as they have
done for me. spacey says he has no memory of the alleged incident. on twitter he wrote, quote, i have a lot of respect and admiration for anthony rapp as an actor. i am beyond horrified to hear his story. in my life, i have had relationships with both men and women. i have loved and had romantic encounters with men throughout my life and i choose now to live as a gay man. i want to deal with thois honestly and openly and that starts with examining my own behavior. new this morning, nbc news has terminated the contract of senior political analyst and frequent contributor for nbc news and msnbc, mark halperin. several women have accused him of sexual harassment when he worked at abc news more than a decade ago. halperin has acknowledged he had engaged in inappropriate behavior around women and said he would take a step back from his day-to-day work. nbc had initially suspended halperin last week when the accusations emerged.
open enrollment for obamacare starts this week with major changes that could affect millions. the enrollment period has been cut in half this year to just 45 days. and federal funds supporting enrollment were slashed by about 40%. the trump administration says the outreach programs waste money and don't produce enough signups. open enrollment starts november 1st, that is wednesday, and ends december 15th. now, former president barack obama's life as an average citizen will include some time on jury duty. the former president will report to court in cook county, illinois. mr. obama owns a home in chicago. he was summoned to serve next month with no exact date announced. the chief judge tells the "chicago tribune" will obama is set to appear and the court will take additional security measures. there are privacy concerns surrounding the iphone x. that is because the new iphone will actually recognize your face instead of using a pass code or a fingerprint i.d., you
can unlock the newest phone just by looking at it. in an interview with cnbc, one tech expert warns the technology could make it easy for police to snoop around your iphone. right now, police need a warrant to unlock your phone, but with the new technology, police could simply take your phone and hold it up to your face. no need to budget for this year if you plan to buy a pre-cut christmas tree. the country's two top producers, oregon and north carolina, are dealing with shortages. back in the early 2000s, growers planted too many trees. they were left with an oversupply around the time of the great recession and low prices forced many farmers out of the christmas tree business. well, now the remaining farmers are struggling to keep up with demand. we're introducing you to the philadelphia police department's new four-legged officers in training. these puppies have quite the following online, probably because of pictures police are posting of them exploring the city. but nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal reports they will undone day he
to keep you safe. >> at the k-9 training center, you'll find no shortage of big, strong dogs, the kind you'd see taking out suspects or sniffing out bodies. but lately most of the attention here -- >> this is georgie. here's ralph, his brother. >> reporter: -- has been on these two adorable, fully petable and huggable red fox labs, just a few months old, they're not meant to be scary. just a little bit smelly, training their tiny little noses to sniff out deadly explosives. >> very difficult to find. i mean, it's an odor that we won't smell. only a dog smells, because their nose is a lot stronger than ours. >> reporter: for weeks, the pups have been out in the field learning to navigate large crowds like tourist spots and phillies games. >> just exposure to noise, traffic, you name it. they get it down there, and phillies were nice enough to let us do it. >> reporter: almost immediately, they gained a serious social
media following thanks to pictures like this tweeted out by philly police. >> they are internet famous. yes, they're very famous on the internet. >> reporter: eventually george and ralph will contribute to public safety, but the hope is they also impact public relations. >> i want them to bridge the gap between the community and the police, because there is a gap. somebody who normally wouldn't approach us is now approaching us to pet the puppies. and then there's a conversation that starts. >> reporter: sniffing out bombs while capturing hearts. in northeast philly, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. it was another late-night thriller at the world series, putting the houston astros in the driver's seat. in the pivotal fifth game last night, houston and los angeles took turns coming back from multiple-run deficits. the astros belted five home runs. the dodgers slammed three. the game went into the tenth inning. houston's alex bregman came through with this rbi single to win the game, 13-12. the fall classic now moves back
to l.a. with the astros up three games to two. last night's ceremonial first pitch was a presidential special. former presidents george h.w. bush and george w. bush teamed up for the honor. dad handed the ball to his son, who fired a strike right down the middle of the plate. the elder bush got to yell "play ball." all right. coming up next, bonded forever. >> you feel that she saved your life? >> because she did. so, that's it. >> pop star selena gomez and her best friend open up about the singer's life-saving kidney transplant in an exclusive interview. and nbc 10 news today is hitting the road and we want you to join in. come out wednesday in gloucester county at the wawa at 332 black horse pike in williamstown. we'll be serving coffee and taking a look at what makes willia williamstown tick.
singer selena gomez is opening up about the kidney she received from a friend and how the transplant changed her life. gomez became gravely ill over the summer with complications from lupus. that is when she learned she needed a transplant. so her friend and roommate, actress francia raisa, got tested and learned she was a match and volunteered to donate one of her kidneys to gomez. she spoke to "today" show's savannah guthrie about what she
and her friend went through. >> i don't think what we went through is easy. i don't think it was fun. >> i just hope that this inspires people to feel good, to know that there is really good people in the world. >> gomez says her symptoms have all improved since the transplant and that there is only a small chance that her lupus will return. this morning, we're focused on women's health. the biggest threats and the latest advancements in treatment. one in eight u.s. women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. nbc 10's katy zachary introduces you to one of those women who has a family history of fighting through the tough times. >> this is my mom. this is me. i'm a december baby. >> reporter: amy link grew up thinking she, too, would get breast cancer. as a young girl, she saw her mother suffer through the terrifying diagnosis, which ultimately claimed her life. >> from my mother actually passing at such a young age, it
definitely made me want to be proactive. >> reporter: in her 20s, she started getting yearly mammograms. in her 30s, she found a lump. around that time, she also found she carries a gene abnormality linked to breast cancer. the lump was biopsied and it was cancerous. she told her doctor -- >> take them off. >> she credits so much to her oncologist, who's the medical director at md anderson cancer center at cooper. >> i think it's a new world in many ways. >> reporter: recently, scientists have identified about 70 more gene abnormalities that are linked to cancer. dr. grana says advances are being made every day in genetics, medicine, and surgery. >> you can move on. you can keep on going and, you know, you're going to be able to live your life out and you're going to be able to make decisions, because the research that is out there now is incredible.
>> reporter: in camden, katy zachary, nbc 10 news. heart disease is the number one killer of americans, but this weekend, you can help make a difference. nbc 10 and telemundo 62 are once again proud sponsors of the american heart association's philadelphia heart walk. paul stefano is the chair of the 2017 heart walk. he's also the chairman and chief executive officer of the ameriheart krcaritas families. thank you both for being here. >> thank you. >> so paul, saturday is a big day. the walk is really to raise awareness about heart disease and strokes, too. so tell us what's in store for saturday. >> so we hope to have as many as 15,000 people down at citizens bank park. about 90 companies, so far, will have teams. our company, which is a health care company, we have almost 600 people on our team. and i challenge any ceos out there, if you haven't already signed up, get your company to
put a team together. but the bottom line is this, that heart disease is the number one killer of americans. stroke is the number five killer. and while a healthy walk isn't going to cure heart disease or stroke, it's a great way to start. and to lead a healthier life. on saturday, it's a great community event. you can come with your family members, you can bring your pets. i'm bringing our family dog to walk. and we're trying to raise awareness and raise money for the american heart association. >> and the event' also encouraging the healthy lifestyle, healthy living. so talk about that and why that's so important. >> so, you know, as amy will tell you, heart disease and heart attacks affect people, regardless of age or the type of, you know, lifestyle that they're living. even if you're working out. and so we're trying to get people to recognize that the healthier you are, the better, in terms of trying to avoid heart disease.
and that it's something that we have to do as a community, which is why we want people to bring out family members and to really raise awareness for this number one killer of americans. >> amy, you had a heart attack at just 35 years old. it blows my mind. tell us about your experience and what you went through. >> it was a normal morning. i woke up that morning with classic heart attack signs. arm and -- pain in my arms, chest pain, shortness of breath. and from there, it just escalated. i didn't want to call 911, but my husband disagreed, luckily. and he called 911, and i went into full-blown cardiac arrest in the ambulance. >> because you're thinking at 35, there's no way that i could -- didn't even register. >> no way. we don't have a family history of cardiac issues. it was the last thing on my radar. >> how has the american heart association really helped you through this process? >> oh, support. support. they've been so great to me and to my family. just being there for me, as i
kind of maneuver this new normal that i have. >> paul, amy, thanks so much for being here with us this morning. we appreciate it. the 2017 philadelphia heart walk happening saturday november 4th at citizens bank park. it all gets underway at 8:00 a.m. nbc 10 and telemundo 62 once again proud sponsors of the event. and nbc 10's jacqueline london is once again mc for the heart walk. you can get more details on our website, nbc10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. we start with rain and wind. now we've got sunshine and wind. the winds are still gusty in philadelphia and at the shore. you can see the camera shaking in both locations. still some shadows passing by cape may. that's a live view from the marquee de la fayette hotel. the wind still with us. this afternoon, the wind speeds will start to come down. but we're still look at winds of 21 miles an hour in philadelphia and close to 20 miles an hour at
the shore. some higher gusts during the afternoon, but those will be settling down during the day. and it won't be as windy tomorrow, but we're not going to be clear of those winds. winds at 14 miles an hour in philadelphia will keep both days cool. today, it's 50s this afternoon, in spite of all of that sunshine, we won't warm into the 60s, which would be normal for this time of year. it drops down into the 40s overnight, and tomorrow wooe, w see a lot of sunshine for halloween, but possibly into the upper 50s, those winds won't be as strong tomorrow. but it will make for a chilly evening for halloween trick or treating. temperatures will start in the 50s at 5:00. quickly dropping through the 50s and into the upper 40s. that's in philadelphia at 9:00. look at the cooldown for the suburbs. 43 degrees by 9:00. and for the lehigh valley, from the 50s down into the 40s. and we may be looking at some numbers in the low 40s. but there's a possibility you'll see some neighborhoods go into the upper 30s in the lehigh
valley. delaware, 50s to start with. sunshine at 5:00, once the sun is down, the temperature is down. the same story for new jersey. the wind will be dying down during the evening. the windchill won't be as much of a factor during trick or treating as it was first thing this morning with those cold winds and some rainy conditions. going to be completely dry at the jersey shore. temperatures will drop eventually into the upper 40s for those later trick-or-treaters. for today, bright sunshine. you can still see some scattered clouds, but no sign of showers for us. not until we get later in the week. the next round of showers, not that. actually, it's going to fizzle by the time it gets to us. the futurecast, hour by hour, shows those clouds kind of falling apart. we'll see a lot of sunshine for tuesday, but as we go into wednesday, the clouds start moving back in, and wednesday morning, we will start dry, but late in the day, there's a chance we'll see some scattered showers. not a big threat. look at that shower activity moving in by 5:00. and then during the early evening hours, some scattered light showers. that's wednesday evening.
really, a better chance of some wet weather moving in later in the day on wednesday, excuse me, on thursday. you can see those showers building into central pennsylvania thursday morning at 11:30. so there are some more damp days ahead. but not today. and not tomorrow for halloween. those gusty winds today, 56 degrees this afternoon. near 60 tomorrow afternoon. but the temperatures come down in a hurry during the evening hours. it gets chilly for trick or treating. that late-day shower possible on wednesday, but looking more likely on thursday. and it will be warmer on thursday, but the warmest day coming up this week will be friday. the showers will bring temperatures down or at least a chance of showers on saturday. it's looking a little bit more likely that we'll see some wet weather on sunday. and then look at those temperatures, back in the low 70s for monday and tuesday, before we get another cooldown next wednesday. we'll be right back.
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. >> victor: dominus vobiscum, malaka.or: dominus vobiscum, i don't think anybody's gonna miss you. [spits] let's get out of here. [ominous music] who the hell are you? ♪ >> brady: eve. >> victor: what the hell are you doing here? >> eve: where else would i be but at my husband's side? ♪ >> abigail: oh, it's okay. that was just a halloween decoration. that wasn't real. i promise, okay? >> chad: hey, hey. think maybe we should call it a night? he seems scared of the decorations. >> abigail: oh, i think he's fine. there's not gonna be a bunch of beethoven busts everywhere. you know, i didn't like that statue either, huh? but we're not gonna go back to that house anymore. we're all done. you want to get in your stroller? yeah? let's do that. >> chad: no, babe, i got it. why don't you just... >> abigail: yeah? >> chad: yeah, hold that stuff for me? got it? and come here.