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of dollars a year. >> they are getting specific saying a middle class family of four making $59,000 will get a $1,182 tax krcut. across the board, it's going to depend on who you are, what you make and even where you live. >> reporter: republicans unveiling a tax plan with a promise of relief. >> that's your money. you earned it. you deserve to keep it. >> reporter: it could upend your taxes to payments. >> how big of a change is this? >> huge. >> reporter: bob patterson is an accountant who has been in the business 40 years. he says there are wins here for some taxpayers, but not all. for example, the standard deduction almost doubled for individuals to $12,000 and married couples to $24,000. >> who is that going to help? >> that will help low to middle
class people. >> that could make taxes simp r simpler. but if you're used to itemizing things like medical expenses to bring taxable income down, that goes away. >> in the nursing home, they are going to be paying tax they are not paying. >> the changes could be particularly significant to your new jersey where taxes are higher and people are used to deducting their property and income tax. new jersey congress man doesn't mince words. >> if you have a home here, you're getting screwed. this is terrible. >> reporter: you're still able to deduct property taxes up to $10,000 but not income taxes. bob patterson's office is in south jersey where 85% of his clients deduct state and local taxes. he will be trying to figure out how it affects them one client at a time. democrats are slamming the plan saying it's corporations and the wealthy who will benefit. this plan slashes the corporate tax rate by 15% and lieliminate
the estate tax in six years. the question now is whether republicans will vote for it. one republican from our area's new jersey congressman is already saying today that he can't support it in its current form. >> still has to make its way through congress. log on to the free nbc 10 app to get a full breakdown of how the tax plan would impact you and your family. coming up on "nbc nightly news" with lester holt, they will break down the fight on capitol hill over this plan. republicans believe it's a must win. that's at u6:30 right after thi newscast. breaking news, the shooting in a parking lot in upper darby, delaware county. drey clark is live with more on this. >> this is in upper darby. you can see officers standing in the corner of the parking lot outside a 24-hour laundromat here.
a number of officers just focused here on the corn er. but also we have seen them in other parts of the neighborhood using flashlights as well. they are working to get as much information as we can. one person shot outside this 24-hour laundromat and rushed to the hospital. we will continue to keep our eye on this picture and keep you updated throughout the show. we're live, nbc 10 news. right now a rookie camden police officer right there gives the thumbs up from his hospital bed hours after getting shot at point-blank range. he's the first officer to be shot in camden in more than two years. cydney long is live in camden. this community is really coming together and talking with police tonight. i can tell you police in this community are bonding in a big way. for one, the police officers are barbecuing for families out
here. take as voice concerns about it. it comes 20 hours after a police officer was shot and fought the suspect who threatened his life. >> he's a bad guy. he's 19 years old. he has three felony convictions. >> reporter: when he ran from police wednesday night, he was prepared to take an officer's life. that officer is now considered a hero despite taking a bullet to his right thigh, he tackled the suspect. >> he was able to rip the gun out of his hands, toss it off to the side and at the same time overpower the suspect. >> backup officers not before he tried to shoot the officer in the face after the first to his leg miraculously the gun jammed. >> when the gun is fired at close range, fire and hot gun powder come out the end of the gun. >> reporter: it left a round mark on his leg. it comes in an area known for
recent gun activity. he was on a proactive patrol. >> the community was being victimized by this suspect as much as our officer was last night. >> i would like to see more visibility. >> reporter: neighbors say the barbecue station and mobile police unit is appreciated today, but they want more visible patrols. >> now that that officer got shot, it's a big deal. care about us before this. >> reporter: police say they are listening. >> when the good people feel comfortable enough to leave homes, it changes the dynamic of neighborhoods. >> reporter: it's been two years since a. cop was shot in camden. >> he is part of the reason and his fellow officers are why we're able to make such great strides. >> reporter: the work of community policing has only just begun. >> we haven't crossed the finish line on any neighborhood in the city. >> part of tonight's message obviously is that gun violence, gang violence and drug violence
will not be tolerated in any part of the city. he's charged with the attempted murder of a police officer. e we know that he's been arrested ten times perhaps last night was his last. live in cam, cydney long, nbc 10 news. president trump is calling for the death penalty for the suspected terrorist who drove a truck into a crowd killing eight people in manhattan earlier this week. in a handwritten note, the suspect pledged his allegiance to isis. agents have not found any communication between the suspect and any terror group, but they know he downloaded thousands of isis propaganda videos and images. this afternoon members of congress honored the victims of the terror attack with a a moment of silence. two americans were killed. take a look ats this.
many victims were riding bikes when they were hit and killed. from our jersey shore b bureau, a good samaritan got involved and now is fighting for his life. he was critically injured trying to break up a dispute. it unfolded in hamilton township late this morning. witnesses say other good samaritans yelled to stop hitting his girlfriend near a bus stop. >> police and witnesses tell nbc 10 when one man tried to intervene, she attack ed him. >> we went across the street to see if he could help. as he walked over, the guy sucker punched him and he went down. you could hear his head crack all the way over. >> witnesses tell us the suspect stay ed at the scene until polie got there and took him into custody. we're working to find out the name of the man who intervened. he's hospitalized in critical condition. tonight a 2-year-old is in
the hospital after getting hit by a police car in delaware this afternoon. the officer crashed into. the child who was being push ed across the street on a tricycle by an adult. it happened at veterans lane b and south main street. the toddler was conscious after that crash. to your first alert weather, sure isn't feeling like november. 70 e degree temperatures as we look live at boat house row. let's go to meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. this warm-up continues for a few days. >> at least a couple days. we have temperatures in the 70s again tomorrow. maybe even close to record levels of 80 degrees. we had a lot of sunshine out there today. we're up in easton, just a few fair weather clouds. no showers anywhere in the area. 71 in philadelphia right now. we're dropping into the 60s elsewhere. just about everybody got into the 70s today except for the
poconos. and pretty close to 70 even at the jersey shore. 21 degrees warmer in allentown. right now then it was at this time yesterday. close to 10 degrees warmer in much of the rest of the area. that is pretty amazing. it's not going to warm up that much tomorrow. we have some beautiful weather on the way at least for awhile. then we'll tell you about big changes over the weekend in a few minutes. investigators are trying to figure out who was dead in the water in a park yesterday. a crew member found a man floating in the river in old new castle this morning. the cause of death is under investigation. we have an update on the sexual assault of a teen in frankfurt. police tell us the victim grab ed a sword from her home and fought off her attacker. the man knocked on that woman's door around noon monday. he said he worked for verizon. she said to come back when her mother came home.
but her front door was unlocked. he walked into her home and attacked her. police say he walked awkwardly and has a tattoo on the left side of his face. >> philadelphia's mayor wants to get rid of the school reform commission. the chamber erupted in cheers as they urged to vote to disband. they want to return to a local school board and this move would make the mayor responsible for the successes failures of the district. >> while this move is widely embraced, some fear the school board will not represent the entire community. they will vote on its future in two weeks. you'll have to wait a little longer to see philadelphia's iconic love statue. the city announced it's delaying
the statue's return to public view until early next year. that has been undergoing restoration since february. it's been hidden away since then. love park has been closed for even longer. it will be reopened for the holidays with the christmas village later this month. coming up, temple fans tailgate iing outside the link tonight. next at 6:00, will they be taking that party six mimes north on broad street any time soon? the best team they can be. why the fullies brand new manager thinks he can inspire the players to reach their fullest potential.
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new tonight philadelphia's gun violence epidemic from a perspective you have not seen. homicide rates in the city moved markedly higher and stayed higher through last year. >> investigative reporter george spencer got. an exclusive look inside our last line of defense. there's a preview at 11:00. >> reporter: tonight we show you the other side of the siren. inside the trauma unit of the hospital as medics rushed to save the lives of gunshot vi
victims. the nbc 10 investigators take you on each step of the access. >> you don't see a bullet? >> showing you how the life saving care unfolds in realtime. the trauma director describes the way the gun violence epidemic has changed making their work more difficult, forcing doctors to face their saddest test of all more often. >> that's the toughest part of my job. walking out and having to talk to family, having to tell the family. >> george spencer, nbc 10 news. that access tonight is part of the prime time line up. right now at 6:00, temple football fans heading to the lincoln financial field as they pli navy at 8:00 tonight. the school would rather be playing at that new stadium on its own campus at this site.
where's the stadium project stand right now? >> reporter: it hasn't gone much further from the proposal stages. when you come down here and see the enormous amount of fans taking up space here tailgates and partying before the game, they say there's nothing wrong with doing what they have always done. coming to philly for the big game. >> would she love a new athletic complex. plans are calling for a new stadium all the way to the hall next to the center. they called this neighborhood home for 20 years and when it comes to increased traffic, inclauding both sides of the debate, we asked around in north philadelphia. the strongest opposition from students and grad students. >> we think that's
inappropriate. that's a a misuse of taxpayer funds. it's going to be loud. it's going to be a big eyesore. >> they are fans of having games close to home. >> it's a lot more convenient than taking the train down to the city. >> but in south philly, part of the experience is the space that temple's campusen can't offer. >> the problem that i see is parking and tailgating. where are you going to do that at? >> reporter: fans also say the only way to grow the program is to have the stadium right there at home. they also say they are hopeful if that happens temple will be able to provide this kind of atmosphere. even if it's on a smaller scale. deanna durante nbc 10 news. >> fans may not need jackets inside the link tonight.
>> that's right. temperatures not going to be dropping very much during this evening. it's already prth mild. got up to 75 today. the average high is 61. 72 at graduate hospital. 73 in bustleton. you can see the lack of clouds out here. then some showers across the great lakes. that's moving up into canada. so that's not going to be bothering us. here's the hour by hour through the night tonight. temperatures not drop very much at all. then tomorrow, we have a weak front coming down from the north. look how mild into the 70s in most of the area. a couple showers possible late
in the day as the front comes through. and then drier and cooler air behind it setting us up for saturday. look at these numbers. saturday morning in the 30s. a lot colder than tomorrow morning is going to be. in the afternoon with winds and clouds, look at these temperatures. it's in the 50s. compared to mid-up toker 70s tomorrow. and then here we are saturday night with sol showers. then a break for the eagles. tomorrow, 76 in fair mount. 73 in reading and allentown and easton. newark, delaware, at 74. that's pretty warm. and by sunday, these temperatures are above normal for the eagles as well. just a slight chance of a shower. but we may be able to get.
in the majors. served as the dodgers of player development. his only managerial experience came in 2007. but e despite that, he has the tools, he believes, to lead the phillies into the future. >> as we were reaching the end of the process, it became very clear there was one person who separated himself and he was the right man to lead the phillies into the future. that person is gabe. >> ultracompetitive. i love to win. this is a place where i can lead from the dugout. certainly, one things that i think i'm capable of doing is building environments for players to be the strongest version of themselves. >> two of the best words in sports, game seven. world series, astros e prevailed and beat the dodgers and won their first ever championship.
to the eagles, the birds tight end zach ertz was limited in practice with a hamstring injury. he's been carson wentz's go-to guy with six touchdowns on the season. the combination is a reason why carson was named the offensive player of the month for october. 14 touchdowns, 3 interceptions, leading the eagles to a 5-0 mark. it's the first time he's won that award. eagles and broncos sunday at the link. join us hire on nbc 10 for exclusive stories at 9:30 a.m. on eagles game day kickoff. then following the late news with one-on-one interviews with the team you'll not see anywhere else. that's your look at sports. stay with us. we'll be right back.
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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 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. temple will honor their team
doctor at the game before he ships out with the navy. he has worked with the football and basketball teams since the program director of the orthopedic surgery residency program. but tomorrow he will deploy as a member of the naval reserve. he will serve as a commander within the medical core. no one will be complaining about the weather at tonight's temple owls game at lincoln financial field. eagles will be sunday. >> not too bad for that either. not quite nice as tonight, but definitely above normal temperatures. may be able to escape the showers. it will be sunday morning and again sunday night. saturday is the coldest day of the weekend. tomorrow is a lot like today. it really goes downhill on monday through wednesday. we have some nasty weather coming in. . look at the high temperature next wednesday of only 50. maybe. >> here we go.
>> 75 today. that's nice. >> thank you for watching. i'm jim rosenfield. >> and i'm jacqueline london. up next, "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. tonight, the gop's massive tax plan revealed. it includes major cuts, and we're digging into what it means for you and your family. how much would you save? and who are the winners and losers? that could depend on where you live. brand-new fallout from a stunning turn in the mueller investigation after revelations of a trump campaign staffer pleading guilty. new questions swirling around attorney general jeff sessions, what he did during the campaign and what he later said under oath before congress. plus a deadly rampage at a walmart. >> we have a shooter inside the store. >> the gunman opening fire seemingly at random. why did he do it? trip adviser accused of censoring customer reviews deleting warnings about sexual assault at popular resorts. what the company is