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we have a lot of ground to cover at 6:00 a.m. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. it is wednesday, november 1st. let's get right to meteorologist steve sosna and the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. >> good morning. have the ice scrapers on hand in the northern and western suburbs. temperatures starting off at frosty levels. mid 30s from the lehigh valley out through the northwestern suburbs and breaking it down, and this morning a chilly start. 36 degrees there in egg harbor. scraping off the windshield, temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. grab the sweaters and jackets as you head out the door. the ample cloud cover today, not allowing us to see the great deal of sunshine we saw yesterday. it will lower the winds a bit. not as harsh outside. temperatures toward the upper 50s this afternoon. car heaters and warming seats. that looks good, right?
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>> yeah. it does sound good. right now, we're seeing still light drive times, 95 and cameras around cottman avenue. southbound here, drive time looks okay, a 13, 14-minute trip. 95 and norristown, a crash at west marshall around cherry street. crash that we've been watching for a bit. about an hour and a half or so. this was on -- the crash we were watching before we went on the air this morning around 4:00. lansdale, cannon avenue, west 2nd. still watching that. and also watching 422. i'll end on the drive time. nine minutes eastbound to the schuylkill. average speeds into the high 50s. back to you. terror in manhattan. hai eight people are dead and 11 others injured after a terrorist
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attack yesterday near the world trade center. a man in a truck mowed down people on a bike path and ran into a school bus. police shot sayfullo saipov when he got out of the truck and ran firing a paint ball gun and pellet gun. he's had surgery and is in critical condition. he's expected to survive. police say they found a note in his truck claiming that he did this for notice. >> investigators believe it was a lone wolf attack. live coverage from new york to philadelphia on the attack, his past in new jersey and new york. we begin with dray clark live on the scene. it must be somber there in new york city. >> reporter: yeah, good morning. certainly it is start of a new day here in new york city. many still can't get over what happened here yesterday. a terrorist attack.
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perhaps the worst and deadliest attack since 9/11 happened 16 years ago. we'll take you to the air, our sister station wnbc, giving an aerial view of the sprawling crime scene stretching along the west side highway. the eight victims were hit and killed on bicycles on a bike path that actually runs adjacent to the hudson river. a popular area among tourists. on a day like yesterday when it was sunny, a beautiful fall day, typically see a lot of people biking, running, jogging, enjoying the siepghts and sound of the city. this played out yesterday around 3:00 in an area that's popular. there are several schools here including a community college and high school. in fact, some schools were
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dismiss i dismissing just as the terror attack was beginning. some students ran as fast as they could, afraid of what was going on, seeing that man holding what appeared to be two real handguns in his hand. more from a witness who stood and watched in disbelief -- >> it happened out of nowhere. i was walking down the street, a normal day. multiple gunshots, one after another. completely unexpected. >> reporter: investigators are doing everything they can to learn as much as they can about the man who carried out the attack. who was he in contact with leading up to the attack? we also know that investigators believe he was acting as a lone wolf. he may have been inspired by the terrorist group isis. back live, i'll give you a sense of the neighborhood here in tribeca. a trendy, upscale community. behind me, you see a heavy mix
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of members of the nypd and the media coverage from around the world, all descending here on tribecca. the scene certainly has been tied one streets closed for some time because of the ongoing investigation. no real indication on how long it will take investigators to wrap up this aspect of their investigation here at the scene. we are still in the earlier stages. and investigators are anxious to speak to the gunman recovering in a nearby hospital. dray clark, nbc news. >> thanks. officials in argentina say five of the eight victims are citizens of that country. they were in new york celebrating their 30th college reunion. a sixth victim was from belgium. so far, no details have been released about the other two victims. this morning we're also learning more information about the suspect and his life in the united states. >> that includes pennsylvania and new jersey connections. pamela osborne is live for us in the digital operations center
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with that part of the story. >> reporter: the suspect, tracy davidson, has a commercial truck license. he was issued traffic citations here in pennsylvania in 2012. in 2015. he lived in an apartment in genesee, new jersey. members of the joint terrorism task force were searching that apartment for evidence last night. the 29-year-old came to the united states in 2010 from uzbekistan. a friend and fellow national who knew saipov from the time he lived in florida says there was no indication that he would carry out such an attack. he described saipov as a very happy guy who liked the united states. many muslims from the middle east say they had little interaction with him or his wife and the attack was a shock to them. >> honestly, don't know what to say because of how shocked i am. >> reporter: speechless? >> yeah. >> reporter: you go to the mosque?
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>> yeah, i go to the mosque. >> reporter: do you ever hear anybody talking radically? >> no. they're all like, all peace in there. >> reporter: police found a note inside of the truck used in that attack. in it, police say the suspect claimed to have carried out the attack for the islamic states. in the digital operations center, pamela osborne, nbc10 news. >> following the manhattan attack president trump posted that he's ordered homeland security to step up the country's extreme vetting program. he added "being politically correct is fine, but not for this." in another tweet, president the called the suspect sick and deranged and ended the tweet with "not in the usa." the victims of the deadly attack in lower victims yesterday, to honor them, 1 world trade center was lit up in red, white, and blue. the governor called for the lights as a symbol of freedom and democracy. we have complete coverage of the breaking story on our website and nbc10.com including more videos and photos taken by witnesses at the scene. we have crews that will be
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monitoring the latest developments from manhattan throughout the day. and coming up at 6:30, the safety measures in place on philadelphia aimed at preventing attacks like this. 6:08. now to the top local headlines we're following this morning. the search continues for the car that hit a man walking along a bucks county road and took off. this happened at the intersection of street road and newtown road in warminster. police are looking for a dark-colored hundred i do with a miss -- hyundai with a missing driver's side mirror. there mayer more damage to the driver's side and a damaged windshield. police have not released the victim's condition. at least one city councilman says it's time for a recess on the school district. for them that means ending the school reform commission. the src says it will vote on whether to dissolve itself by the end of the year. if that happens, it would be replaced by a school board appointed by the mayor. "nbc10 news today" is on the road this morning. this morning we're in south jersey learning more about the
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community of williamstown, gloucester county. >> all morning long we'll be at the wawa in williamstown, black horse pike. we'll be there after the show at 7:00. probably take us a half hour to get there from here. but meteorologist bill henley is there already. helping people get their mornings started. i just heard some great news that they have brought back the turkey bowl. i can't wait to get there. >> which is it? >> the turkey bowl! >> yes. i'll warn them you're coming and they need to prepare extra turkey bowls. you have to pay for that. nay know your track -- they know your track records of eating a lot of food and heading out the door. vai goes -- vai knows people everywhere. you don't need to know stuff to
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walk inside and fill these coffee mugs up with your favor flavor of co-- your favorite flavor of coffee. the skies are clear. good morning, guys. how are you? they've got their hoodies on. heading anybody to the warm air. cold, temperatures have dropped into the 30s for many neighborhoods. chilly for trick-or-treating. the temperatures have really come down since then. you'll need the heavier jacket this morning and hot coffee, too. the temperature now, yes, here in south jersey, they are in the 30s. 41 degrees in a couple neighborhoods. most of the neighborhoods have dropped into the 30s. piney hollow, 31. below freezing by a degree. penn'sville, 40 -- pennsville, 40. cloudy start. not a lot of sunshine. no big warmup. there is a warmup later in the week. steve sosna will have details on
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that coming up. stick around. more coming up from wawa. stop by and say hi. a big, long address. google storm number 721 -- google store number 721. >> it's the wawa on black horse pike, but you're right, 721. >> keep driving up and down until you see it. >> thank you. we have been highlighting the williamstown community all morning. coming up at 6:15, new life for a landmark restaurant there. what the future could hold for the diner. at 6:45. a line winemaker gives us the secret to their sweet success. looking forward to that. 6:11. let's look at the roads. specifically the schuylkill expressway. >> jessica boyington with that. >> watching the schuylkill expressway and cameras at south street. so far, so good. this is westbound. you can start to see the delay. moving from south philly into the center city area. everything's still moving. nothing reported. we'll end with construction. in wilmington, 495 northbound at
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edgemore road. we're starting to see a little delay here. you see approaching the scene because we're losing lanes, too. back to you. >> thank you. starting today, smokers in new jersey may be denied cigarettes at checkout. coming up, we'll tell you about the law change in the name of health. plus, cooking up a comeback. we'll take you inside the iconic south jersey diner that could soon reopen its beloved doors.
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today nbc10.com is at the wawa -- today "nbc10 news today" is at the iconic diner in gloucester county. tell us more. >> reporter: as the zombies, ghosts, and goblins are making a
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comeback, it's wawa. i want to tell you about a comeback story in williamstown. there's a comeback story, exactly what's happening at a diner that's been part of the fabric of this community for 75 years. built in the 1940s, the diner built before the days of gps. this is a place that people told visitors to look for when giving them directions. for decades, it was the place to go and became a tradition for countless families. it closed when the owners filed for bankruptcy. the property was up for sale and faced a grim future until sandy cannon and her husband stepped in to save it. >> it's a good thing because people wanted to tear it down. we saved it, and i'm excited about that. >> it's williamstown. and one of the best diners revitalized. i think it's huge.
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no set date for grand reopening, but you expect great the great food -- expect great food and great atmosphere. once it makes a comeback, that will help to lure new businesses in town. the facebook rick of the -- fabric of the community. what's old will help businesses of the future. can't wait to see you at 7:30. back to you. >> so many great new jersey diners. geets right at the top. >> see you soon. jessica boyington with traffic. >> watching route 70 in cherry hill, cameras around kings highway. right here, starting to see more traffic getting out the door. that's probably because the light turned green. everybody's moving through the area. eastbound and westbound are okay. 202 looks okay, too. both directions now on the northbound and southbound drive times, ten-minute drive times now. speeds into the 60s. no problems from 30 to the
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schuylkill. still watching the crash in norristown on west marshall around cherry street. watching that for an hour and a half. i'll end on 78 and lehigh, empty. more empty than the roads in cherry hill. we'll watch the roads and get to sticky spots when i come back. >> got it. thank you. 6. 18 -- 6:18. 43 degrees. as you look from the campus camera, people walking on city streets. layers upon layers. we'll see when we'll see the warmup. meteorologist steve sosna with the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. steve? >> walk with a purpose. that's what you have to do. if you want to know what's ahead -- you head out, looking at temperatures that are chilly. chilly temperatures. continuing through the day today. temperatures in the 50s later this afternoon. the real warmup, that commences
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by tomorrow through friday. middle 70s not out of the question. 43 in philadelphia. 36 in many of the suburbs. 44 in delaware. heading to the shore points, 40 degrees with chilly conditions. 37 for exton. 37 in lansdale. 32 in new hope. through the next few days, here's the warmup. look at that, 71 by thursday. 74 on friday. cooling down for the weekend. all in all, a-okay weather here for saturday. main maybe a few showers saturday night. there are the clouds rating in here. the -- clouds racing in here. the picture-perfect sky a thing of the past. we may have to deal with a sprinkle or shower throughout the day today. mainly north and west of the city. here's the forecast -- 58 in philadelphia. we'll look at the ten day on 10. a wild ride with the temperatures. 71 on thursday. that's the nice day.
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74 on friday. for the weekend, a setback for temperatures. that's normal. highs around 60. for the heart walk, weather will be dry. saturday into sunday, don't forget to set your clocks back one hour. you gain one hour of sleep. it looks like for the birds game, a morning shower, by game time, we should be dry. temperatures in the 60s. >> looking ford that fall back. thanks. 6:20. look at the screen. seriously, this is a great way to start your day. that's melanie bell-lyle. she sent this picture of her 6-week-old son luke dress eed oswald oh hanging out with -- as waldo hanging out with stuffed animals. next, the wintertime boost that begins today. >> reporter: it is starting to look like winter here at the
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"today" show plaza. as you see, they've got a halfpipe full of real snow as we're 100 days away from the 2018 winter olympics. next, we're waiting on team usa to arrive. and coming up on the "today" show at 7:00, interviews with some of our local athletes. you've worked hard. busted tail. and impressed the boss. maybe it's time to be your own? transform your career
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with strayer university's mba program today. let's get it. after 8 years of chris christie, is kim guadagno the change new jersey really needs? guadagno is christie's hand-picked successor. says she's "proud to be part of the christie administration." guadagno was chris christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times. from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need.
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kim guadagno isn't what can you do with two bacon, egg anfor $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day. or keep 'em both for this handsome devil. with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 the future is in your hands. america runs on dunkin'. 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
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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. today, new details about how this old bridge will transform into a new bike and walking trail. the city and conrail officials plan to extend the schuylkill expressway trail into southwest philadelphia by turning this historic swing bridge into a trail crossing. work will begin next year. tracy? now is the time to start thinking about applying for heating help if you need it. starting today across pennsylvania, you can sign up for the low-income home energy assistance program, liheap. the emergency grants are based on household income and can help families cover heating bills to stay warm. similar programs started last
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month in new jersey and delaware. in new jersey, you now have to be 21 years old to buy tobacco products and ecigarettes. officials say by raising the age, young people will be less likely to start using tobacco or get addicted. new jersey claims the effects of smoking cost 9 state more than $-- cost the state more than $4 billion a year. on a wednesday morning, waking up to the chill. a warmup on the way. i'll have your exclusive ten-day forecast coming up. also ahead, we're live in new york with around-the-clock live coverage on the deadly terror attack in manhattan. next, the note left behind in the suspect's truck and his run-ins with the law in pennsylvania. >> reporter: keeping you safe. i'm matt delucia. coming up, are more police and barriers enough? we'll look into the question.
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why are south jerseyans turning against steve sweeney? it's because sweeney's been exposed as a double dipping pension padder. caught spending campaign money on lavish dinners and fine cigars for his pals. investigated for being a lobbyist and a senator at the same time. sweeney voted to raise taxes 145 times while our economy continues to struggle. south jersey is a mess, and it's time to take out the trash. on november 7th, make a change. dump sweeney. honey, what are you doing? watching a cow...? what's it doing? impressions
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start your day with the new hash brown scramble bowl from chick-fil-a. 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 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.
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i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
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terror in manhattan. overnight developments after a man carried out a deadly attack in the name of isis. >> the suspect, uncovering his past through the united states and his run-ins with police in pennsylvania. protecting the public. philadelphia's heightened security following the terrorist attack. we're asking what solutions they have to keep our city from being a target. good morning, this is "nbc10 news today," i'm via sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. meteorologist steve sosna is looking at the chilly temperatures and has the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. steve? >> good morning. notch temperatures in november here -- november temperatures in november as it is november 1. feeling the chill in suburban communities. 36 in pottstown. 35 in allentown. 32 in mt. pocono. into south jersey, temperatures around 40 degrees. the only mild spot now is rehoboth beach at 58 degrees.
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don't have to worry about rainfall for most neighborhoods. the only place with a possible brief shower is the lehigh valley through the poconos through midday this afternoon. as we head through the bus stop weather, looking at temperatures this morning in the mid 30s. kids will need the hats, gloves, and gear this morning. a great deal of cloud cover across communities. a warmup is coming our way. find out when that takes place in a bit. watching 422 and cameras at trooper road. a delay eastbound, typical. that's traffic moving toward the schuylkill. a 12-minute trip from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. speeds are dropping and now into the 40s. we're watching the schuylkill expressway on the westbound side. a disabled vehicle just by cityline avenue. seeing a little bit of that increase in a delay.
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either way, moving. speeds into the 40s. an accident at east main and walnut. . now to the attack in manhattan. a popular bike path turned into a scene of horror as a man drove a rented truck into a crowd of cyclists and pedestrians, killing eight before crashing into a school bus. the suspect jumped out and ran in the streets waving a fake gun yelling, in arabic, "god is great." he's in the hospital in critical condition but expected to survive. officials say the lone wolf suspect is 29-year-old sayfullo saipov. he came to the u.s. legally from uzbekistan in 2010. he worked as a truck driver and lived in patterson, new jersey. uber confirmed he also worked
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for them. nbc10 with more on the overnight developments and how to protect the public from these attacks. >> we begin with dray clark live in manhattan. >> reporter: good morning. a somber day in new york city as people try and begin their new devil ray some sense of normal -- new day with some sense of normalcy after the latest attack. what happened described as graphic and sad, bodies lying on the streets. some people showing no signs of life. others screamed in pain and agony for help. take a look at the video that nbc10 was able to obtain. it shows students running scared from the borough of manhattan community college. moments after hearing gunshots and seeing bodies from the school windows. there are several schools in this area, a community college, high school, and businesses. the area was full of people when the terrorist attack happened at
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around 3:00 yesterday. and certainly many people could not believe what they were seeing when the suspect began his killing spree. >> i saw a dude with two guns. the guy for some reason was running around. he was getting chased. all of a sudden, four shots windy off, and we -- went off, and we all started running. >> reporter: a member of the nypd was able to stop the suspect by shooting him in the stomach. he was rushed to bellevue hospital. he did undergo surgery and reportedly investigators did try and speak to the suspect. we're told he's refused to answer questions. i want to give you now a live sense of what's happening here behind me. you see members of the nypd. also a very large media scene. this is the tribecca
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neighborhood, trendy and upscale. the massive crime scene stretches about a mile alone. and investigators are being very methodical. they want to make sure that nothing is overlooked in their investigation. >> you lived and worked there for years before coming to philadelphia. what's the mood, the state of mind of people getting up and starting their day there? >> reporter: i think people are somber, and they are sad. this is not the first time that new york ci new york city has been attacked. there's a strong sense of resiliency. i want to show a picture of the annual halloween parade in new york city. it brings out hundreds. thousands of people. that parade happening a short distance away from where the attack happened. the mayor marched in this parade along with governor cuomo. the message was you cannot break the will or spirit of the people of new york. they want people to carry on their sense of normalcy with
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their lives. at the same time, they're telling people to be very aware of their surroundings. if they see something, they should say something immediately. live in lower manhattan, nbc10 news. >> a message we heard over and over yesterday. thanks. meanwhile, nbc10 has learned the suspect also has ties to pennsylvania and new jersey. we've learned saipov was charged with traffic-related offenses in the poconos in 2012. years later, the 29-year-old was arrested in central pennsylvania on similar charges. officials say he rented the pickup used in the attack from home depot in north jersey. we called the store in passaic county, but they chose not to comment. a friend tells nbc that saipov may have been married with kids. they described him as a "very happy guy who was no terrorist." we've seen more and more terrorists using trucks to carry out deadly attacks which poses a challenge to police. >> nbc10 spoke to security officials about what can be done
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to protect the public. matt delucia is live with the safety solutions. tell us more. >> reporter: well, let's talk about that. stopping a car or truck is not an easy thing. a curb isn't going to do it. even metal fences like this one here will be tough to stop a car or truck that is moving. a lot of buildings and businesses and major landmarks have relied on things like these, like big, concrete planters, also these ballards that stick up out of the ground. the problem is that you won't find those everywhere. with truck attacks becoming more and more commonplace lately, it's another layer for law enforcement to keep in mind. a terrorism expert we spoke with last night says simply and sadly what happened in new york yesterday could easily happen here. because of that, we see amped up security at major events, even garbage trucks used to block roadways. it does bear noting from the philly police commissioner and even the former homeland security official, their reaction to attacks like the one
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in new york is sobering. >> you can't put cement barriers up everywhere. you can't put blocking vehicles everywhere. certainly this is why we take measures at large-scale events like parades and demonstrations sometimes. whether it be streets or what have you. there's a reason we're out there. in terms of people's everyday living, it is not possible to safeguard people that way every day. >> there's not much that the law enforcement or intelligence community or citizens can do. i'm sad to say that. certainly we have to be vigilant, but we all can't walk around in fear. >> reporter: that's why both of them say keeping an eye on surroundings is critical. you know the line "see something, say something." these lines can do a good job at stopping a truck, but it only works if you're near one.
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nbc10 news. >> thanks. there's much more ahead on the "today" show starting at 7:00 a.m. after "nbc10 news today." 6:38. 43 degrees. first in philadelphia, a police lieutenant says a recent hit and run is a horrifying incident. new surveillance video shows the moments someone ran over a victim twice with a minivan. we've blurred out the victim. you see the van run over him, then the driver backs up running over him again. that's when the suspect takes off from the scene. this happened tuesday at the corner of 56 street. the 25-year-old is a transgender man. police have not determined if it is an incident of a hate crime. closing arguments could begin today in the corruption trial of new jersey senator bob menendez. attorneys gathered yesterday to discuss what instructions the jury will hear before deliberating. the instructions will include specifics on what the jury should consider as bribery.
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menendez is accused of taking gifts in exchange for his political influence. today open enrollment for insurance under obamacare begins. however, you have less time to apply or make changes this time around. the deadline that used to be in january moved up to december 15th. the federal government isn't providing as much help when it comes to getting people enrolled. city and state governments are trying to pick up the slack. we're on the road again, this time in gloucester county learning more about williamstown. >> and meteorologist bill henley joins us live from the wawa on black horse pike. are you pouring coffee or just drinking coffee? >> i'm drinking 90%. everybody else gets 10%. marie, did you stop by for coffee? >> i stopped by for coffee and to see everyone here. >> and take a picture, too? >> and take pictures. >> who's our photographer?
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>> my husband, tony. >> did you get one? i don't think i was smiling. >> do a couple. >> i took three. >> we're done. marie, thanks for stopping by. sweet of you. she's got the jacket. it is a good idea, chilly out here. probably the reason people are grabbing the 10% of coffee. 30s, in fact. look at the low 30s in south jersey. the suburbs and lehigh valley have dropped into the 30s, as well. chadds ford down to 35. 38 in atglen. collegeville, north wales in the middle 30s. 33 in new hope and bedminster. milford is right at the freezing mark. definitely have to bundle up this morning. there are clouds that are starting to move in. the clouds weren't around yesterday. they'll take over during the day today. even a chance of light showers
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north and west of philadelphia. most of the day will be dry. temperatures warm from the 30s and 40s into the 50s for most locations. delaware should see low 60s. mostly cloudy skies. we'll see some sunshine this morning, then the clouds take over this afternoon. steve sosna will look at the extended forecast which has weather -- warmer weather ahead. until then, it's coffee. stop by the black horse pike in williamstown, and the coffee's on us this morning until 9:00. jessica boyington has the first alert traffic. lining up to see jessica in williamstown. >> keep them in line there. i'll be there in an hour. watching cameras at 95 and cameras at girard. 26 minutes woodhaven to the vine street expressway. moving into center city, average speeds there still into the 30s. you see the typical commute. easton at sycamore avenue, a new
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accident. a water main break in norristown, east main street at walnut street. we'll be diverted there for the cleanup. we're also watching construction out in wilmington. i'll end here on 495 northbound. seeing lane restriction, definitely delays. you see the strip of red. northbound 495 around edgemore road. back to you. >> thank you. ahead, a new bird in the nest. the eagles' surprise deadline decision to add firepower to their offense. looks like you found a better way to do this, dad. organic, non-gmo feed.
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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. ♪ >> reporter: i'm randy gyllenhaal. we're officially 100 days from the winter olympics. look at the celebration here. they built a halfpipe out of
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real snow. three truckloads of snow here. they've got local kids taking runs here, future olympians. we also just saw members of team usa arriving here at the "today" show plaza. we'll zoom in and show you the crowds gathering ahead of the 7:00 a.m. broadcast. what we can tell you is we're expecting a lot of athletes to do interviews. they'll be hitting the halfpipe as you see. one of the kids went out and hit the grinding bar there. tune in, 7:00 here on the "today" show. you can check in with the local athletes from pennsylvania, new jersey, and delaware, as well as kids hitting the halfpipe pretty hard this morning. >> when you leave, leave the snow there. thank you very much, my friend. nbc10 is on the road in south jersey. >> we are and we're introducing you to the attractions in williamstown, gloucester county. look at this breathtaking sunrise. this is the sprawling autumn lake winery. they planted grapes in 2012, and
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this is the first year of harvesting and bottling 13 different wines. the team does everything here from growing to fermenting to packaging, and the secret is the local climate. >> williamstown falls in the outer coastal plain vineyard. there's a lot of talk about how that parallels itself to the bordeaux region of frantz. it worked out kind of nice for us. >> this is just the beginning for autumn lake. they want to host tours and plan a wine tasting over the acres of lakes. beautiful. we go from wine to coffee, two major food groups for me. >> yeah. bill henley is live at the wawa on black horse pike getting to know the community a little bit better. heartwarming to see that the community is coming out to get to know you a little bit better, bill. >> there are a lot of heartwarming things about wawa. you people -- people love to stop by, get their day started right with the great cheer they
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get from the associates working here. wawa likes to get people's day started right but also give back to the community. they recently made a nice donation -- talking $50,000 -- to the make-a-wish foundation in new jersey. i want to introduce you to a couple of people whwho -- peoplw about that. you had a virus that turned out to be -- >> thyroid cancer. >> you had a wish? >> yes. i'm doing better now. i wanted to go sicily and spend time with family. >> is this family you had met before? >> no, i never met them. >> your mom's hometown or something? >> yeah. >> how that was trip? >> it was absolutely amazing. i couldn't think of like a better way to spend time on my wish trip. i can't think of other words -- >> did you take pictures?
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>> i did. >> sicily, hard to take a bad photo. >> yeah. this was my favorite day on the boat ride, catania. i could jump off the back of the boat. amazing. >> you looking forward to going back someday? >> yes. >> what did it mean to you to have your wish granted? >> it meant so much. like i was starting a new chapter getting out of the old of having cancer and going into the new of being happy about it. >> you're with make a wish. what does having the $50,000 donation mean? >> it means the world to us. wawa and the wawa foundation have been working with us since 2014. this wish will allow us to grant at least another five wishes in new jersey in the weeks ahead. we had a record year this year, we granted 530 wishes. francesca being one of them. our work never ends. we want to reach more each year. it's contributions like this that allow us to do that. >> congratulations. 531, an amazing number.
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congratulations to you. glad to hear you're doing so much better. >> thank you. >> how about that for a heartwarming story, guys? >> nice. >> very nice. we're happy that francesca is doing much better. we have wishes, but they're much simpler than francesca's. we're wishing for a beautiful morning sunrise. >> wish for it, and it happens. live picture in cape may. chilly, though. >> it is. but we'll get milder weather tomorrow. we have to wait for it, but it will come. temperatures in the upper 50s. sunrise at 7: 31. this is the time of year where the sunrises are on the later side. through the day, we'll see a nice warmup. that will allow us to get into the upper 50s to 60. a chilly start to the morning. 42 in west mt. airy. 37 in andora.
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37 in chestnut hill. along the boulevard northeast philadelphia, looking at temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s. 58 today. tomorrow 71. 60 on saturday. 61 on supposed. through the day, expect a good deal of cloud cover. there could be a spot shower. best chances across the lehigh valley and through the poke -- poconos. cloudy, not a good deal of sunshine like yesterday. with that, we could see a sprinkle or shower. best chance, midday through early afternoon. most places not getting wet. 50s tonight. tomorrow, we springboard to the 70s. a nice day tomorrow and another on friday. highs today in the upper 50s in philadelphia. 60 in wilmington. 61 in dover. great football weather for the
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temple game. that stretch will continue. set clocks back one hour saturday into sunday for the extra hour of sleep. birds game on sunday looks nice, temperatures in the 60s. >> excellent. thanks. if this is about the time you head out, what to know about the roads. >> we can't wait to get to williamstown with jessica. it's a huge homecoming. whenever she comes back to new jersey -- >> the jersey girl. >> yeah. they let me back and forth for free, too. kidding. starting in pennsauken, 73 at route 130. looks good now. the southbound and northbound looks good. that's okay. we're watching a few things. a new crash in uppermoreland on easton at sycamore avenue. police activity. and a water main break at east main and walnut. the blue route looks okay. we starting to see slowdowns in spots. something's going on here. this jumped up a little bit on the 22-minute drive time here on the southbound side from the
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schuylkill to 95. speeds dropping into the 40s. i'll check in to see what that is. we'll also have one more hit coming up in five minutes. >> thank you. here's a look at the newest member of your philadelphia eagles arriving in town yesterday. the birds acquired jay ajayi. the first practice, should be expected to practice today later with the team. and jay is known for being a physical runner. expected to bring explosive power to the birds' offense. nbc10 the official station of the 7-1 eagles. join us for exclusive coverage of sunday's game against the bro -- the broncos.
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terror in manhattan. police trying to figure out what led a man to drive into a crowd of bicyclists and pedestrians. police shot him. overnight the suspect was confirmed to have passed a background check for uber and was one of their drivers. a van hit a man walking at stringtown and newtown road in warminster. police are looking for a dark-colored hyundai with a missing driver's side mirror. closing arguments could begin today in the corruption trial of new jersey senator bob menendez. he's accused of taking gifts in exchange for his political influence. in new jersey, as of today, you have to be 21 to buy tobacco products and ecigarettes. by raising the age, it's hoped
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young people will be less likely to use tobacco or get addicted. open enrollment for insurance under obamacare begins today. this time around, you have less time to apply or make changes. the deadline used to be january. it's moved up to december 15th. 100 days away from peongchang, 2018, winter olympics. here's the flame arriving. coming up on the "today" show, more on the uniforms. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with you and a last check of the roads. watching the schuylkill expressway for slowdowns. here's the cameras at girard avenue. 25 minutes for the eastbound drive time. blue route to the vine. speeds moving down into the 30s. we're also watching mass transit, septa dealing with delays for the broad street line's southbound service. ten-minute delays. nothing major, but this could get worse. there's police activity around fern rock. i'll end with the water main break in norristown on east main street.
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first alert meteorologist steve sosna. chilly morning to be standing out for the bus or train. make sure you have the hats, gloves, scarf. 44 in philadelphia now. 38 in pottstown. we'll hover in most communities. in the ten-day forecast, a nice warmup on the way. by tomorrow, looking at temperatures in the lower 70s for the temple game tomorrow. nice there for your tgif. for the weekend, heart walk going on in philadelphia on saturday. the eagles game on sunday. all that looks a-okay. >> and fall back. >> that's right, turn clocks back sunday. and you can always get realtime news, weather, and traffic on the nbc10 app. >> and a big day for us. you, jessica, and i are heading to the wawa on black horse pike to visit bill and sydney and
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everyone there at the wawa on the black horse pike. good morning. breaking overnight, terror in manhattan. >> we've got multiple casualties, this is a mass casualty situation here. >> eight killed, 11 injured in the first deadly terror attack in new york city since 9/11. the suspect plowing his truck down a crowded bike path going nearly a mile before being shot and wounded by police. >> four shots went off and we all just started running. >> reporte . >> america's biggest city on edge. >> this was an act of terror. particularly cowardly act of terror. >> savannah is live wednesday, november 1, 2017. from nbc news, this is a special split

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