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halloween is here. we have tips to make sure halloween is a happy and safe one. we'll let you know how to dress your trick our treaters before hay head out. the eagles pick up a new running back ahead of the trading deadline. right now at 11:00 halloween is here. a night for little ghosts and gobli goblins. it is also a dangerous night. children are more likely to get hit by a car tonight than any other night of the year.
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good morning to you. first the all important halloween forecast. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here to help you plan it all out, glenn. >> yeah. it looks nice but it is pretty chilly out there. temperatures going up in the low 50s. at least it's not nearly as windy as it has been. satellite and radar shows nothing. nothing threatening the area today or tonight. in the philadelphia area we have a lot of sunshine today, a high of 57.
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we start cooling off even by 5:00. by 7:00 down to 51. by 9:00 down to 49. now, that's in the city itself. just as an example we go to other neighborhoods. the temperature really dropping fast between 5 and 7, down to 47 degrees and then 44 degrees by 9:00. so everybody is getting fair weather. everybody is getting pretty chilly weather and i'll let you know when the warmer air is going to return and even a look ahead coming up. children are looking forward to trick or treating later today. this is one of the most dangerous nights of the year to be on the road. pamela is live with what you need to know, pam. >> reporter: well, it is everyone's responsibility tonight to make sure the kids stay safe and have fun. the biggest thing you can do is be alert.
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we stopped by the child development center in chester where we saw our first trick or treaters of the day. it was held in a gated playground area. we know a lot of you will be trick or treating in your neighborhood. we wanted to pass along a few reminders from the experts. kids should trick or treat with an adult. make sure your little ones are already on sidewalks or walking past also. be sure they are using traffic signals and crosswalks. if you're driving upper darby police chief should take into account kids will be kids and running around neighborhood streets. >> kids will be excited especially the small ones. they will dart out. they will go into the middle of
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traffic and not even pay attention. the other one is technology, kids walking around texting. not paying attention to what they are doing. both the children have to be safe and parents have to make sure of that with those that they are responsible for. >> reporter: and when i come back at 11:30 hear what parents should be on the lookout for as well. nbc 10 news. new jersey state police are urging families to choose a safe route for trick or treating. they say check the web site for offender watch. sex offender registries online in pennsylvania and in delaware. a neighborhood in north philadelphia is offering kids a safe place. starting at 5:30 all kids will be given reflective treat bags
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so cars can see them once it gets dark. did you spent hours working on the perfect jack-o'-lantern? you can see the talent of the pumpkin carvers and painters there. some scary and some show off their eagles pride. we would like to see your costumes. we have been getting photos of kids and dogs all dressed up. you can send it to us under see it, share it. speaking of the eagles, big news for the birds this morning. the eagles have acquired running back. it is for a fourth round selection in next year's draft. it was named one of miami's most valuable players. nbc 10 is the official station of the first place philadelphia
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eagles. join us for exclusive coverage starting on eagles game day kickoff at 9:30 a.m. two children and an adult were hurt following a house fire. fire crews put out the flames around 3:30 this morning. medics rushed the victims to the hospital. we are working to find out more details about that fire. a fire damaged -- the building was unoccupied at the time. no one was hurt. also in delaware docounty, man is facing rape charges. police took michael prince out of the delaware county courthouse in handcuffs yechltd he is charged with rape and sexual abuse of five children. a 17 and 20-year-old claimed they were victims years ago
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also. >> he establishes some type of relationship with theesz women. they are all young boys in their custody. >> it is for similar allegations in 2013 but never filed any charges. police are looking for two people of interest in the murder of a great grandfather. officers found brad hayes, a retired postal worker beaten to death in the back eat of his car. we spoke to the victim's widow. she is pleading for anyone who knows anything about her husband's doet come forward. >> so i think whoever did this needs some closure. you know, we need to find out who did this. >> police working to enhance surveillance video they gathered from several cameras at the scene. police searching for whoever crashed this minivan into a man.
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the man was standing in the mild of the avenue one week ago. it shows the passen jerp getting out of the minivan and the passenger ran away. the victim has serious injuries. all right. time is now 11:08. let's check in with jessica boyington. >> watching 95 right now and our cameras around broad street. you will have to get yourself out the door a little bit sooner since you'll be stuck in some of this mess. we are seeing lane blocks because of that construction. here we are around creek road. so far so good. on the northbound side there is pothole repair. it's not causing delays if you're heading towards 295. it is right around joshua road
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and for mass transit they are having small delays. 20 minutes for the delay. back to you. new followout ovallout, wha learning about the former trump adviser for lying about russian contact. and something fishy, the growing list of inconsistency that's casting doubts. we'll have to bundle up those trick or treaters. it will be a chilly halloween night. i'll let you know when the chilly temperatures will return.
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steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own.
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steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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today we may hear from paul manafort and tax evasion. it's the guilty plea by a little known campaign adviser. nbc 10 national correspondent tr tracie potts has the latest. >> paul manafort and his associate face a dozen federal charges. the indictment alleged they hid $75 million in offshore accounts, money herbed consulting for ukrainean leader. a guilty plea by a lesser known
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campaign adviser, he admits lying about his russian contacts during the campaign. >> they had him out there calling people with a wiretapped phone. >> this deal shows that special council is counting on cooperation not just willingness but also results. >> the white house insists his role was limited. >> it was a volunteer position and no activity was ever done in an official capacity. >> democrats pointed fingers and republicans said little. >> that's not our wheel house. >> some believe even the seemingly unrelated charges could connect to russia. >> these defendants are looking at decades in prison. there is a tremendous incentive to come to prosecutors and say we would like to cooperate. >> president trump tweets this
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morning. another possible connection, law enforcement officials tell us paul manafort forwarded an e-mail from that low level policy adviser suggesting the man at the top of the campaign may have known about that russia connection. nbc news, washington fr. >> president trump said few people knew the low level volunteer named george who has already proven to be a liar. here is what we this said on the today show. >> from what i recall george was a low-level volunteer who might have attended a meeting of the advisory team, the one meeting that tack place but he was not a person involved in the day-to-day operations or a person who i recall interacting with on a regular basis at all.
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>> they said if he did lie to the fbi he should be accountable for that just like anyone else. executives from facebook, grade school l and twitter will be on capitol hill today. they will testify about russian backed content that ran on their social media sites during the 2016 presidential campaign. happening now in washington the senate homeland security committee to this year's hurricane season, what went well and what didn't. fema administrate ef is expected to. the federal bribery trial, new jersey senator will move onto closing arguments later this week. the judge denied the latest request for a mistrial. the latest claims the judge
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unfairly limited what evidence or witnesses they could present. he in exchange for political favors. there is a growing list of inconsistencies who say they were stranded on a sailboat for nearly five months. they say the women never activated their emergency beacon. they chose not to turn it on because they felt they were in eminent danger. there are also questions about a tropical storm. the national weather service doesn't have any record of storms in the region at that time. well, things have gotten quiet in the tropics for a change and kind of quiet in the eastern united states. it's chilly. it's only 53 in philadelphia.
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some parts of the area barely above 50. so it is an usually chilly day after one of the warmest octobers ever recorded. looks like we'll be in second place. got a bit of a west wind now. add that to the temperature and it feels a little bit cooler. again, we have been spoiled by this warm month of october. it is chilly and it will get colder tochblt ynight. you have to me pair for that. these areas of showers and even snow moving that way, not coming in our direction. so as we take a look at more neighborhoods for halloween bucks, montgomery, chester counties. the temperatures really dropping between 5 and 7. remember, the sunsets right at 6:00 just about and it gets
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totally dark about a half hour after that. so if you want to make sure the kids are home before it gets totally dark you have to get them before 6:30. then at 9:00 it's down to 45 degrees. the jersey shore won't be quite as cold. with the west wind it will get colder towards 9:00 by 50 degrees. sunshine during the day of course, clear skies at night. as we go hour by hour, clearer, chilly, by 10:00 tonight we have temperatures in the 30s in some parts of the area. it is if 3 in pots town and 34 in reading, 32 in allentown. there will be some frost in some of the outlying areas tonight. tomorrow we are looking at moisture approaching. the best chance of getting any rain is in burkes county and
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northern chester and upper bucks. but temperatures not too much warmer than today into the lower 60s but some parts of the area staying in the 40s. as we go into thursday we see a little bit of sunshine and temperatures start going up. look at that. it is 71 degrees by thursday. just a chance of a shower or wednesday. a little better chance in the lehigh valley. you could see a shower on thursday as well. you can see the temperatures going up across a good bit of the area on thursday. friday will be about as warm. we'll get into that a little bit later. making it official. today the white house released the official portraits. we'll get a first look just ahead. and it was just voted the best small city in america, what's even better, you won't
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have to go far to get there. we reveal the winner just ahead. he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike
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to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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marking a milestone with the bark and wine gala. you brought a dog who is up for adoption this morning. >> good morning. this is chronic. he is a nine-year-old pit mix. he is just a doll. >> he is really easy. >> tell us about the event. >> the event is saturday, november 4th. we are having it at the urban outfitters head quarters. this is to help with homeless population of animals and throughout pennsylvania. >> and you're honoring special
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guests as well. >> yes. with we are honoring ed who helped protect the laws. we are honoring phillies favorite larry bowen and pepper hamilton. they helped us litigate countless cases. they have been tremendous supporters. >> why have it been important to support what you do? >> we are here to help the entire state of pennsylvania protect our animals and that's anything from cats and dogs. we protect horses. we have had donkeys, sheep, goats, everything. >> so we are just here to help animals find a new family and to hold tohose accountable. >> thanks for being here. >> thanks for having us. >> happening this saturday from
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6:30 to 10:30. you can get more details on our web site or check out the nbc 10 app. kids and parents have waited for this day all day. we'll have tips to keep you and your families safe just ahead. thousands of dollars worth of medical equipment and all of it is donated. we'll show you how this program is helping those in need.
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a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
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get ready for the fun. they will knock on neighborhood doors in search of candy. make sure you bundle them up. we are here with your halloween forecast. >> yes. october is one of the warmest
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octobers ever recorded all across the area. right now a lot of sunshine in easton. now we have unseasonably chilly weather at least below normal. despite the sunshine the temperature would not rise a lot. it is 51 in potstown and reading. not so much ton satellite and radar. your showers up near buffalo and not moving in this direction. there isn't any kind of threat today or tonight. you continue to take a look at various neighborhoods with the halloween forecast. remember, sunset right around 6:00 tonight. it gets totally dark by about 6:30. and that is when the temperature
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really starts to drop, not as much in the city of philadelphia. by 9:00 in philly it's in the 40s. in south jersey it drops a little bit more down to 51 at 7:00 and 47 at 9:00. so again, that's a little bit chilly. we have some wind this afternoon to make it a little bit colder as well. i'll let you know when the warmer air comes back and it will before the week is out. halloween safety takes some planning especially when it comes to trick or treaters. this is one of the most dangerous nights to be out on the road. we have more with what parents should be on the lookout for. >> reporter: if you're going out you should start by making sure kids have a flashlight or making sure they have reflective gear on their costumes. the most important thing we can
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all do is stay alert. >> happy halloween. >> thank you. >> we stopped by the child development center where we saw our first trick or treaters of the day. it was organized by students. it was held in a gated playground area. we wanted to pass along a few reminders from the experts. kids should trick or treat with an adult. make sure your little ones are already on sidewalks. be sure they are crossing the street at corners. if you're driving upper cdarby said he should slow it down. he says there is something else you should be on the lookout for as well. >> already it has been reported that some are throwing marijuana
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cookies and candies in bags. a three or four-year-old walks away with something like that, methamphetamine, cocaine, nails. there are all kinds of id yacio that would do something like that. it happens. >> reporter: and the chief hasn't seen a report of that happening. again, another reason you should be taking extra precautions, check through the bags before you allow your kids to eat candy. i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. today marks ten years before interrupted an armed robbery. the robber shot officer chuck kas di in the head. this is a look at surveillance images from that morning as the murder barges into a dunkin donuts.
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as in years passed dozens are expected to show up for a vigil in his honor. that vigil scheduled for 7:00 p.m. tomorrow night on north broad street near old york road. a day after sexual harassment allegations it is cancelling his show house of cards. a spokesperson said the streaming service made the decision to cancel months ago and that it was not related to the allegations. executives were onset yesterday to make sure actors include felt safe and supported. they issued a statement saying they were deeply sporlted by the allegation. they say spacey made unwanted sexual advances back in the 80s. he was just 14 years old back at the time. he apologized but says he was drunk and doesn't remember it. he also revealed that he has had
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relationships from both men and women. that prompted immediate backlash online. many felt it was the wrong time to address his sexuality. debuted today. both men are smiling in front of an american flag. the portraits will hang in government buildings across the u.s. in an embassy worldwide. the white house has not said why it took so long for the release of the photo. a special place in bucks county is helping those both in need. they are coming together to make sure medical equipment doesn't go to waste. we get a look. >> we can help people in many different ways. >> she has found her dream job and doesn't get paid a dime. >> all we said is that i was going to give back at saint mary's. >> giving back by lending
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medical equipment. >> a couple of pairs of crutches and then the word got out and it just went from there. >> reporter: helped get saint mary cares off the ground. she got the idea at a conference. the inspiration came from her father. >> there was so much equipment that was barely used. what do you do with it? i start to realize other families were in the same boat. >> we get commodes. we get toilet extenders. we have all kinds of walkers from other people. >> all donated, sanitized, fixed for the other person. zblil show you how to run it. >> this may not be new but it is for timothy. >> it is a great day. i had my wife wake me up early. >> for a test drive on the
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showroom floor! look, this is not to go to the doctor. i want to see your picture at the casino. i want to see you going down the board walk. >> and what's here today might be gone tomorrow. the donations are so critical. >> i will graduate from this and i came in. >> giving back to lift up another. nbc 10 news. >> now, it's important to stress the is not given away. it is loaned lie a library book. if you want to find out more or if you have medical equipment you want to donate head to or the nbc 10 app. princeton has a new title, the best small city in america wallet hub ranked it number one based on factors like affordability, quality of life and safety. it is also home for the princeton university. we are getting closer to the
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2018 olympic winter games. this morning in greece the olympics flames was handed over. the ceremony featured a performance by dancers. you'll be able to watch it right here on nbc 10 beginning february 8th. tomorrow marks 100 days and a celebration to mark that count down will happen on the today show. randy will have live reports from the today show plaza from 4:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. beating cancer to the punch, one woman's difficult decision and what you need to know about ovarian cancer. and we certainly have a chilly halloween niechlght. the warmer weather will be making a come back. i'll let you know when you'll need the heavy coats just ahead.
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taking aspirin could reduce your risk for certain cancer. those people were significantly less likely to develop liver, stomach and colon cancer come teared to those who did not take aspirin. they also had lower risk of leukemia and prostate cancer. you should talk to your doctor before taking it. you're about to meet a local
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woman who is taking no chances when it comes to her health. we spoke to her about how she took drastic measures from getting ovarian cancer. she and her mother share a lot. rachel remembers her mom struggling to survive breast cancer. they determined her mom carries a gene for it. rachel now knows she carries that gene too. >> it with was a no brainer that i didn't want my family to go through what watching my mom and what she went through. >> upon learning she carry it is gene she decided to undergo extensive surgery. she had a scare with an ovarian cyst. >> the other ovary and tube removed along with reconstruction. >> she tested genetic testing
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with giving her this information. >> terry is director of cancer risk assessment and genetics at main line health. she says more and more women are being proactive and getting genetically tested. >> it is a cancer that tends to kind of grow under the surface before that it has systems. >> when the symptoms do appear the cancer is often stage 3 or 4. g genetically tested if it runs in your family. it is the number one cancer killer of men and women in the united states. tomorrow is the start of lung cancer awareness month. thousands will gather for the philadelphia free to breathe 5k run and walk. peter is a board member for the lung cancer research foundation.
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thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> let's talk about saturday. >> hopefully good weather. it is the largest lung cancer event of its kind in the country and has been a point of pride in the amount of capital reare able to raise for advocacy efforts. it is a quick family event. you'll see lots of teams out there that are honoring someone that was dear to them that they lost to the disease. >> why do death rates continue to be so high? >> it comes on great. it is the number one killer in terms of oncology known to man, i guess. it's been a very difficult disease to make progress on. we do think we have a lot of
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momentum. we need to continue to fund early stage innovative research so that the outcomes improve in the near term. >> two time lung cancer survivor. tell us about how you're doing. >> i am doing great right now. i was diagnosed two years ago. i had part of my upper right lobe removed. because of the advances in treatment that peter was talking about i didn't have to loose my right long. i was able to have radiation. so the outcome has been great. 97% success rate. >> how are you looking to raise awareness about the disease? >> i am very involved with free to breathe. i have very generous friends and family willing to donate to the cause. i'm also getting outside of my comfort zone and talking about
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my personal story. it's very near and dear to my heart. >> and raising money does make a difference. all right. thanks so much for being here. >> thank you. >> the lung cancer research foundation run-walk and 1 mile walk is happening this sunday in fairmount park. registration begins at 7:00 a.m. for more head to or check out the nbc 10 app. a nice looking day out there. watch the temps outside. it is a little chilly since we are ending up the second warmest october ever.
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the winds 10 to 15 miles per hour across the area. it is not as strong as it was a couple of days ago. we do have frost advisories because the wind will die down tonight. it will be extra cold. much of south jersey. it is unusually late in the season for that to be issuing those advisories. we normally have had frosts and freezes across the suburbs by now. we are not even getting close in philly. we have got a few clouds around. rain up across the great lakes moving up that way and not our way. so we are okay for the rest of the day and the rest of the night. looking at more neighborhoods
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for the halloween specific hour by hour forecast we have the sunshine this afternoon. it's cool especially with a bit of a breeze. the breeze dies down once we get dark. the temperature also goes down. even delaware dropping into the 40s by 7:00. that is pretty dhchilly. by 9:00 heading down closer to the 40s. certainly by 10:00 we'll be in the upper 30s. that is cold not just for this time of year but by comparison to what we have seen this time of month. we are in the mid-to upper 50s this afternoon dropping into the 30s in some areas tonight.
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you can see near freezing temperatures near potstown and allentown. it will be cold when you get up in the morning. the clouds increase and that's going to put a lid on the temperatures tomorrow. even in the middle of the afternoon only 48 in reading. it is 63 in philadelphia and 65 in cape may. the best chance of showers as you can see in the lehigh valley and burkes county. a chance of a shower or two around the area. there's nothing compared to what we got on sunday. on thursday the temperatures start to go up. we could be into the 70s by thursday afternoon. for tomorrow it's definitely more cloud cover. it is cold in the morning. those are just chances of
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showers. the chances are higher near reading, allentown and easton than we are showing you in other parts of the area. different weather in different areas. some times we can specify that. and temperatures going up higher in south jersey, wild wood and dover. warmer on friday and chillier over the weekend. nearly 30 million children and adults in the united states have diabetes. it was not properly use insulin. the cause of diabetes continues to be a mystery. thousands will continue to raise awareness about diabetes. a live look at the site. here to tell us about the event from the american diabetes association, dr. ron brooks, the president of the leadership board and kevin kelly.
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all right. let's talk about diabetes. genetics, does that play a role in this? >> it definitely plays a role in diabet diabetes. if you're parents have it you're more likely to have it. there are other factors, environment, lack of physical activity, being overweight are major contributing factors besides genetics. it is important that people eat well, that they exercise and most importantly that they get tested to see if they have diabetes. we know there are probably 10 million people in the united states who will have die beabet and they don't know they have it. about 30 million people have it. as you mentioned about 7 to 10 million people have it but aren't aware of it. if you can take care of yourself you can lower your risk and be in a situation where you're no
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longer classified as having diabetes and you can also reduce the likelihood you'll have a likelihood. >> and many have prediabetes. >> it is a condition the way we diagnose is through a laboratory blood test. prediabetes is a numerical value that does not allow you to be diagnosed. the numbers are not high enough but it's higher than normal. >> it's getting there? >>. >> it's getting there. if you don't do the things i mentioned you will have divert diabetes. >> you can back it down? >> yes. >> and a misconception, people think they have to get down to their ideal weight but losing 10 pounds may dramatically reduce you developing diabetes and if
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you have it even losing as little as 10 pounds will improve your chances. >> saturday is a big day for you guys. >> absolutely. we have our annual walk called step out philly. the walk beginning after that around 10:00 a.m. it is to bring people together to celebrate those living with the disease and to recognize those who passed away and to give them the respect that's due to them. also we are looking to raise money for research, education and advocacy programs that the american diabetes supports. >> thanks so much for being here. >> thank you. >> the philadelphia step out
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walk is happening this saturday, november 4th. it features a 5k run and a 5k walk. it is happening at the philadelphia museum of art. all of the details are on our web site, or on the nbc 10 app.
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a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
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why are south jerseyans so angry headlines at sweeney? up. sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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you can help one neighborhood come out on top. new at 4:00 p.m. we'll show you how it could breathe new life and prevent two historic buildings from being demolished. and a mysterious twist. only on nbc 10 we can show you the pictures for the search for h.h. holmes. he was supposed to be buried in a cemetery but he wasn't in the coff coffin. see what happened next tonight after law and order and this is us. it is chilly. it will be chilly tomorrow even with more clouds and chance of showers then we really warm up thursday and friday and cooled down over the weekend. >> all right. thanks for watching nbc 10 news
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at 11:00. for glenn "hurricane" schwartz and all of us here at nbc 10 have a great day. he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels
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for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
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. >> chad: do you think thomas had any idea he was gonna be trick-or-treating tonight? >> abigail: no. but i'm sure he was wondering why his parents had him in a pumpkin suit. >> chad: well, at least he's too young to realize that we ate all of his candy. >> abigail: [laughs] it's okay; it was me. you can say it. i know. [laughs] but i won't be able to get away with it next year. he'll be into halloween by then. >> chad: oh, making plans for next year already. just makes me feel good inside. >> abigail: yeah? me too. >> chad: what you reading? >> abigail: "jane eyre." >> chad: really? >> abigail: mm-hmm. i'm really into love stories lately, because i don't want to read anything that has any murders and, you know, nothing with characters named ben. >> chad: totally get it. >> abigail: mm-hmm. did you turn the alarm on? >> chad: yeah, the alarm's on.


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