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right now on "nbc10 news today," fearing for their lives. four youth football coaches take cover as a gunman opens fire following a scrimmage. we're hearing from those injured coaches about surviving the shooting. on the move, the controversial frank rizzo statue will be relocated, but the debate continues about what it means for the legacy of the former philadelphia mayor. close to the heart, here's a live look at citizens bank park. you can see it's all lit up. that's because thousands are getting ready to raise millions of dollars to help in the fight against our country's number one killer. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this saturday. you can see it's dark behind me right now. yeah, it's going to start to
lighten up this time tomorrow because don't forget we fall back. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking our first alert neighborhood forecast. and as we start this daylight saving weekend, krystal, it's going to be chilly out there. >> that's exactly right. actually, as we get into your next workweek we're really going to start feeling like that chilly fall november weather you'd expect. it's been mild the last couple of days. not quite so this morning. we're at 47 in philadelphia, little chilly out there. but really it's chilly in areas like pottstown and reading where we're now in the mid and upper 30s. allentown at 43. and millville at 48 degrees. you certainly want to grab a jacket as you head out the door. today, if you have plans in the afternoon hours, you may still need that jacket because it is not going to be into those 70s like we have been seeing. look at our radar and satellite. we've got some clouds in place this morning. i do believe we'll see increasing clouds as we get into the afternoon hours. and that's ahead of some chance of rain that will start to pick up by tonight. that chance of rain will come with a shift in winds, but for today those winds are kind of
roping in from the north and northeast. what does that mean for us? well, they're not terribly strong, about 5 to 15 miles per hour. in the afternoon maybe a little breezy, gusts up to 25. but the most important part of this is when you've got a north or northeast wind, you're pulling in air from the north and northeast. and that's colder than us. so today those temperatures in the afternoon they stay a little cooler. we're going to talk about what to expect for the rest of your saturday and the changes for your sunday, more changes monday and the rest of your workweek coming up. in just under two hours from now thousands of people will come together here at citizens bank park in an effort to promote heart healthy living. the annual fundraiser is the signature event of the american heart association, which raises tens of millions of dollars across the country with its heart walks. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal is live at the bank with a preview of philadelphia's heart walk. randy. >> reporter: good morning, rosemary. it's going to be a chilly morning so if you're coming down here to south philly, bring a jacket. you might get a lot of exercise and even break a sweat.
they're doing a three-mile walk beginning here at citizens bank park. you can see they're still setting up the balloons this morning. the walk will take them past wells fargo into the fdr park and then back here to the bank. all an effort to promote physical activity and heart healthy living. this is the american heart association's biggest number one fundraiser. and this year they're hoping to raise $2.5 million here in philadelphia. heart disease and stroke are the number one and number five killers of americans. one of the people walking today we got a chance to meet 35-year-old amy cavalier, who learned that heart disease can strike at any time to anybody with no warning. the busy mother of three woke up one morning with pain in her arm and chest and she couldn't breathe. >> having known the signs of heart attack but never in a million years thought it would be me. i'm young, i'm in shape, i don't smoke. i was down receiving cpr, chest compressions and aed for about 45 minutes.
>> reporter: amy's coronary artery had attorntorn in half. she was in a medically induced coma for about a week. she'll be walking here with her family. and she wants people to know three things, one, the signs of a heart attack, two, learning cpr. and of course also how to use a defibrillator. the walk kicks off about 8:00 this morning. nbc10's jackie london will be the emcee. live in south philly, randy gyllenhaal, nbc10 news. >> thanks, randy. new this morning, a woman is safe after firefighters in camden county rescued her from her burning house. it happened right here on crestmont terrace in collinswood. flames started spreading just before mid nigh. the woman was trapped on the second floor of her home. firefighters had to use their ladder to reach her. she did make it out okay with only minor injuries. crews eventually extinguished the flames. investigators are now looking for the cause of this fire. this morning, we are hearing from four youth football coaches who describe how they hit the ground and ducked for cover beneath cars to avoid gunfire in
camden. as you can see two of them were injured. the four coaches were putting away equipment at a house near ninth street and chelton avenue in camden following a scrimmage last week. they tell us when they walked out of the house, an unknown gunman fired several shots at them. two of the coaches, calvin johns and zack worthy couldn't get away fast enough. johns shot in the arm, worthy in the legs. >> i turn around and he's laying on the street face first. i think he was more shocked than anything. laying there blood coming out of his leg or whatever. he said i'm hit, coach, i'm hit. >> all i heard was, pop, pop, next thing i know i was on the ground. i heard coach say i've been hit, i've been hit. >> just five days later nearly a block away camden county police officer patrick ohenlen was shot while fighting off an armed teenager. so far no arrests in either case. let's head now to delaware county where police are searching for a gunman who shot a 73-year-old woman.
skyforce 10 was over the scene last night. crews rushed the woman to the hospital. she is expected to survive. we're working to get more details about what led up to this shooting. this weekend several bucks county communities are on alert as police investigate three separate child lurings. right now police are trying to fwig yur out if two cases in bristol township and one in yeardley are connected. police tell us it was a silver car but they have not released anymore details. brownies possibly laced with a dangerous substance may be the reason why some radnor high school students went from a pep rally to the er. police called a news conference last night to warn other parents. medics had to rush six students who got sick thursday night to the hospital for treatment. police say the brownies may have been laced, but they don't know yet what was in it. investigators tell us they found out about the incident from a parent of one of the students affected. staying in radnor internship, delaware county,
these three women who flipped over in a car while being chased by police are under arrest on shoplifting and other charges. investigators tell us the suspects stole several thousands dollars worth of bed sheets from a department store yesterday. they then tried to get away from an officer at a traffic stop but the women ended up hitting another car which caused theirs to flip. according to police one of the suspects then got out and tried to carjack a mother who had her child inside. that's when officers caught up to the trio. this is a live look -- or rather this is a look at the frank rizzo statue near philadelphia city hall. and it may be one of the last times you see it. it will be gone in just a few months. the city has decided to move the controversial landmark. yesterday city officials announced their decision to remove the ten-foot tall statue. it followed weeks of debate initially sparked by riots in charlottesville, virginia, during a white nationalist rally over the removal of a confederate statue. critics call frank rizzo a racist mayor and police commissioner when he was in
office from the late '60s to 1980s. his supporters say he did not single anyone out. >> i think it's an insult to everybody, living and dead, that contributed to the statue. >> the relocation of the statue doesn't change anything about history. it doesn't erase it. it doesn't change anybody's legacy. >> city officials have not yet determined a new location for the rizzo statue. they say it could take six months to move it. 6:08 right now on this saturday. coming up, 20/20 vision, what msnbc's chris matthews is revealing about a possible ptd shl run for former vice president joe biden. and how netflix is handling allegations against the actor. christie: this is governor christie.
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in the mid 70s. not going to be the case. 47 this morning around 8:00 a.m. we're going to see some increase in clouds as we get into the afternoon hours. look at that, about 58 degrees at 4:00. and that's pretty much as warm as we go. so we are talking a much cooler afternoon than what we've been seeing. you'll want the jacket today. also notice we've got this cloud increase still peek of sunshine possible and breezy in the afternoon. in the suburbs 42 at 8:00 a.m. through 4:00, 56 degrees, yb increasing clouds, staying dry. and stay dry in the lehigh valley with mid to upper 50s for highs. upper 50s to low 60s for highs in delaware by the afternoon hours cloudy to mostly cloudy. same deal in new jersey about 58 at 4:00 p.m. and even at the jersey shore you see those upper 50s in the afternoon but nowhere near the 70s of yesterday. we'll talk more about that increase in temperatures though as we go into sunday and the rain that comes with it. coming up. we'll look forward to it, thanks, krystal. also coming up, horseback
hijinks. plus, scores and highlights from another week of high school football. the high school blitz is coming up next. joseph, i'm steve. how are you? nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. 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. ♪ ♪ hi ted, glad you could join us! ♪ ♪ give it a try.
mmm. give that to me. ♪ ♪ (laughing) ted? ♪ ♪ it wouldn't be a saturday morning without the high school blitz. it is playoff time in many parts of our region including in the philadelphia public league. semifinal action yesterday afternoon between southern and central. let's have at it. central taking control on this play. robertson finds wang, look at the nimbleness, look at the balance. shaking off tackles and goes nearly 70 yards to pay dirt. central advances to the 6a final 20-12.
another class 6a semi. mlk and northeast. danny scott busts in from nine yards out. must be the first name, danny, doing his thing. northeast has their way. they advance to the pub 6a final with the 47-20 win. class 5a semis, down to backup qb, but gregory up to the task. floats a t.d. pass to griffin who walks into the end zone for the only t.d. of the game. mastery charter wins the slug fest 6-3. in the catholic league, father judge against st. joe's prep, 6a semifinal, mccray around the outside for the touchdown. 17-yard score. prep advances. to the suburbs class 6a playoff first round, spring trying to shock the world against neshaminy, takes this one to the house, but it's neshaminy who saves the course and doubles up 42-21. staying in 6a, 12-seed roberts
taking down five-seed downingtown east. east trying to fool the defense and our camera. but not fooling around right into the living room he goes for the touchdown. east advances 42-13. more 6a playoff action, number 13 truman taking on number 4 coatesville. second quarter, aaron, goes straight to the promised land. easy breezy. big night for him as well as the team. coatesville wins 51-22. 5a playoffs, 15 seat sun valley aiming for an upset. no upset here. up rermoreland goes untouched into the end zone. golden bears win 57-30. staying in 5a, radnor battling upper dublin. radnor's sean malarkey for a beautiful 48-yard strike as he gets behind the defense. radnor up 20-14, but uber dublin
coming back like bad tuna. bootman cashes in from two yards away. upper dublin survives 27-21. more 5a action. 14 seed glenn mills taking on 3 seed unionville. third quarter, get to know him, joe makes the leaping grab. he's number one for a reason. cuts left, cuts right, scoops in for the score. don't forget to lower the shoulder part as he rolls over the defender. unionville easy breezy 42-8. let's go to south jersey, west jersey football league independent title on the line. st. joe at the 5 yard line, they win it going away 46-7. time to go up top for a birds eye view of the action with some skylights. kings way, washington township. kings way joel scarborough showing off his arm to alex odem. he's down inside the 10. they would punch it in on the
very next play. hammondton looking for first -- that ain't going to happen. collin connects with a wide open diaz, wide open like a kid's mouth at the dentist. that's a touchdown. they're your winner. lenape and notre dame going at it. and home team here treating the fans to some action. look at joe go. nice running room. no one even touched him. they win in a blowout. 48-0. lehigh valley class 6a playoff action. nazareth and easton. early second quarter, easton knocking on the door. in the end zone for six. red raiders go onto win 35-7. let's go to delaware. smyrna and will knight has 110 career touchdowns. he's never returned a kick for a touchdown, and there he goes. catch him if you can like the
gingerbread man. 96-yard house call. that is it for the blitz. i'm danny pommells, enjoy your saturday. all right. let's talk about your weekend forecast. starting with radar and satellite, some clouds are moving across the area right now, but you're probably going to see a bit of sunshine as you wake up this morning once the sun has come up. the difference is going to be that throughout the day we're going to have more clouds building in so we're going to start to thicken up across the region. that's going to lead to a mostly cloudy forecast. partly cloudy out there, 58 the forecast high temperature today in center city. that is a big difference from yesterday when we were in the 70s. but remember yesterday when we were in the 70s that was way warmer than average. this is very close to average. this is kind of a typical cool fall day. 60 somerton, 58 landsdale and about 56 in allentown. these mid and upper 50s will feel chilly in the afternoon. you'll probably want a jacket throughout later parts of the
day. 59 for voorhees, same deal in delaware. mostly cloudy especially into the afternoon. this is our weekend timeline. this morning some sun to clouds, cooler as we go into the afternoon, like i just showed you. as we go into tonight some spotty showers start to move in. those showers linger through at least the first half of sunday. they could still be isolated sunday afternoon and evening, but more so you're going to notice the cloudy and mild conditions as temperatures start to pick back up. so from cool and cloudy to showers, showers to cloudy and mild, there will be a change in those temperatures this weekend. here's a look at the hour by hour model. there we are some clouds this morning, there we are by your afternoon. we have more cloud coverage in place but dry throughout the daytime hours. if you have plans outside, birthday party, anything like that, good to go. as we get into the evening now we have a few spotty showers rolling across the area. notice they kind of continue to move through especially overnight, which is good. most of us will be asleep at home, no issue there. but some lingering showers are possible into your morning hours sunday, even in the afternoon a sprinkle here or there is
possible. but i think for the most part we will be dry and then things really do dry out into sunday evening. that's going to be short lived though because a cold front moves in monday. that's going to bring us more rain on monday. let's talk about the eagles game though. 1:00 kickoff tomorrow this is going to look much better than last week's game. 64 degrees at 1:00 p.m., goes to about 66 throughout halftime and end of the game. just a light shower possible in this forecast. don't forget that tonight you get to fall back those clocks as daylight saving time begins. 7:34 this morning will be our sunrise. tomorrow's sunrise will be at 6:35, little brighter, earlier, maybe you have the blackout curtains if you need them. sunset today at 5:55. tomorrow, this is what i don't like, 4:54 will be our sunset for tomorrow. and let's wrap up with your ten-day on 10. warmup i was talking about for sunday 67 continues into monday at 73. but once the cold front moves through it breaks the temperature down to 58 degrees. we are drier into the rest of next week and look at that low 50s wednesday, thursday, that's
40s for your highs on friday of next week. coming up on "nbc10 news today," assassination insight. more jfk files have been released. what they reveal about the rumored link between lee harvey oswald and the cia. plus, hearts and soul. how local football players are getting the chance to play for the back-to-back arena bowl champ. nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney.
to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share.
police in florida say this newly released video shows burglars stealing more than $4,000 worth of opioids. the two men used a crowbar to pry open the store's front door last week. they then forced open a security gate and took the drugs from the pharmacy. police are still searching for these thieves. back here at home, a woman in chester county is facing dui charges for the eighth time. police tell us they pulled over mildred dixon in west chester after noticing she was driving e radically. officers arrested her after she failed several sobriety tests. a woman in central florida accused of riding this horse under the influence. deputies corralled the rider and animal along a very busy highway on thursday. the officers say they spotted
the woman weaving her horse near traffic and scaring drivers chlgt accordi-- according to of the rider's blood alcohol was over the legal limit. newly released government documents on the jfk assassination say claims that lee harvey oswald had connections to the cia were, quote, totally unfounded. the cia memo from 1975 shows a thorough search of agency records did not turn up any link to oswald. oswald also says there was no other indication any other u.s. agency used him. oswald shot and killed president john f. kennedy in 1963. yesterday the national archives released hundreds more documents related to the assassination. the first batch came out last week. president trump has urged the release of all remaining jfk documents. today, the philadelphia soul will be looking for their next breakout player with open tryout. registration starts this morning at 8:00 at the total turf
experience in gloucester county. the two-time arena bowl champs have a history of finding players during open tryouts. players will be put through paces especially how they run the 40-yard dash. good luck. 6:27 right now on this saturday. right now thousands of people in south philly are getting ready to raise millions of dollars to help against the country's number one killer. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal has a preview of the annual heart walk. randy. >> reporter: yeah, the american heart association hoping to raise $2.5 million to help prevent heart disease. coming up next, what survivors and some of these walkers say you need to know to save a life. check out our radar and satellite. just a few clouds out there this morning, but we're looking at more clouds, chances of rain and ups and downs for our temperatures all over your weekend. here's a look over the aramark building in center city. a light breeze to start the day.
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killed a woman when she said no. good-hearted fundraiser. how thousands in our area are helping in the fight against heart disease and stroke this morning. got a cool fall day ahead. temperatures in the 40s right now. we're still about an hour away from sunrise. this is a live look at citizens bank park where that walk will be happening within the next few hours. we're tracking the weather in your neighborhood coming up in the first alert forecast. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 on this saturday. this time tomorrow we will all have an extra hour of sleep, something to look forward to. in terms of the weather this weekend, it's a mixed bag. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking all the changes for us. krystal. >> we really get a little bit of everything this weekend. so today is the cooldown day. take a look at our temperatures right now. this isn't a horrible start to your morning, but it's chilly.
43 in allentown, 41 coatesville. i have seen some of our suburb neighborhoods in the 30s. you see we're also in the 30s over mt. pocono. 47 in philadelphia. and then we're at 45 in atlantic city. so those are the actual temperatures. now let's take a look at what it feels like outside. a little more 30 coverage here. 38 degrees in trenton. 37 in coatesville. and 40 in wilmington. it feels like about 44 in philadelphia. and it feels below freezing at mt. poconos. so we are getting some of that colder air. look at the wind see where they're coming from the north-northeast push. the air to the north of us is typically colder this time of year so that's what's moving our way and why we're going to feel colder both this morning and especially this afternoon. radar and satellite we have some clouds out there this morning. they'll be easier to detect once sunrise occurs in about an hour. but we're going to have more clouds building throughout the day. that means by tomorrow we'll have a chance of some rain. for today though a fairly dry one with increasing clouds and temperatures that just do not pick up like they did yesterday.
only about 55 at noon. we'll look at the high temperature for today across all of our neighborhoods coming up in a few minutes. >> grab those koecoats if you'r heading to south philly this morning by the sports complex. 15,000 people will pack citizens bank park to help others battle heart disease. the philadelphia heart walk begins in just about an hour and a half from now at 8:00. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal is live outside the bank with a preview for us. randy. >> reporter: it's going to be a cold morning, but people are probably going to break a sweat doing this brisk walk starting here at citizens bank park. they're going to take a little stroll. you can see they're already setting up the balloons here. the walkers are going to go past the wells fargo center over to fdr park and back. it's all part of an effort to promote physical activity and heart healthy living. this is the american heart association's number one fundraiser all year. this year in philly they're hoping to raise about $2.5 million. heart disease and stroke are the number one and number five killers of americans. and one of the people walking
today we had a chance to catch up with 35-year-old amy cavaliere, a busy mom of three, learned that heart disease can strike with almost no warning. she woke up one morning with pain in her arm and chest. she couldn't breathe. and now she's walking to get people to learn about three things, the signs of heart disease, how to do cpr and how to use a defibrillator. >> those three things are huge. it's not just a matter of saving a life of potentially somebody you love. it could be a stranger on the street. i have known the signs of heart attack, but i never in a million years thought it would be me. i'm young, i'm in shape, i don't smoke. >> reporter: amy had a tear in her coronary artery. she has since recovered and she'll be walking today with her family. the walk kicks off at 8:00 this morning. and nbc10's jackie london will be the emcee. for now live in south philly, randy gyllenhaal, nbc10 news. thanks for that, randy. now to a marriage proposal that police say led to a murder. this morning a berks county man
is in jail in illinois accused of killing a woman who rejected him. here's the story, authorities say christopher tucker murdered tara serino earlier this week in albany township, berks county. according to investigators tucker strangled her, broke her neck and wrapped her body in a blanket. tucker then drove off to illinois where officers arrested him at a truck stop on halloween. he reportedly confessed and told police serino's body was inside his house back in berks county. now to decision 2017. we are in the final weekend of campaigning for races all across our region. and a big spotlight is on the governors race in new jersey. today republican candidate will visit six counties in south jersey. the current lieutenant governor will make stops in ocean, burlington, gloucester, salem, cape may and atlantic counties. her main street not wall street bus tour will visit every county in the state before election day
on tuesday. the democrat in the governor's race, phil murphy, has a full day of campaigning as well. he'll be in north jersey. he'll be holding rallies in newark and two other cities. u.s. senator cory booker is expected to join murphy at one of those events. murphy by the way is financier and former diplomat. polls show him leading by double digits. happening now, president trump is in hawaii. the first leg of his trip to asia. yesterday the president and the first lady honored the fallen at the "u.s.s. arizona" memorial at pearl harbor. mr. trump also got a briefing at the military headquarters. he then met with governors of pacific states and territories to discuss the north korea threat. next he'll head to japan followed by stops in china, south korea, vietnam and philippines. the 12-day trip is longest by any american president in more than a quarter century. today, vice president mike pence will be in our neck of the woods. he'll be visiting pennsylvania. he'll be in york meeting with business leaders and families to
talk about tax reform. labor secretary alexandra acosta and area congress members will join the vice president for those discussions. if you are wondering if joe biden will run for president, msnbc's chris matthews says he has the scoop. the philadelphia native tells me biden will run in 2020. i spoke to matthews yesterday just outside our studios in bala cynwyd. the host of "hardball" told me he has talked to biden's people and to his family and he knows for a fact that the former vice president is running. matthews believes biden could be the candidate that unites the democratic party. >> the blue collar roots are key. look what the democrats missed last time and have missed since reagan. they lost the working class whites. and they got to get them back. >> we did reach out to biden. his spokesman tells us that the biden camp has no official comment, but the spokesperson did point to two recent interviews in which the former vice president said that he has not yet made up his mind. coming up, red carpet
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. 6:39d right now on this saturday. coming up at 7:00 it's the "today" show. we check in with them. >> good morning. >> hello, rosemary. we're live in hawaii where president trump is spending the day. why this trip is so important. also ahead, open enrollment is now here, but there are some important changes to obamacare since trump has taken office.
what you need to know to make sure you aren't paying a hefty penalty. and have you heard of the one chip challenge, rosemary? this is where people eat one chip that's made with the world's hottest pepper. guess who's volunteered to try it? taking on the one-chip challenge, phillies own. this could be the last time. >> i feel like in solidarity we should all get these chips and eat them together. >> no. we'll let you handle it. philly will be watching you at 7:00. we'll let you handle it. >> root for me. send me your positive vibes. >> we will for sure. >> we'll see you back here in just a bit. >> and ice probably. thanks, guys. >> yes, exactly. wait, rosemary, there's a video we're going to have to share it on our facebook of a news crew that actually tried those chips on air. and let's just say one anchor had to actually walk off and just stop working for a second. >> i think that's like a
workman's comp a little spicy. >> yeah, i don't want to do that. 47 degrees that's the temperature right now in philadelphia. it's 6:41 this morning. we're looking at temperatures that are not going to rise the way they have the last couple days which means, yes, it's going to be cooler and more fall like today. about 55 at your lunchtime. and then in the afternoon upper 50s to right near 60 for the forecast high. and that is it, which is average for this time of year. that's typical for november. 70s that we've been seeing has been way warmer than average. in the suburbs we're at 41 degrees right now. we have about 53 at lunch hour and then mid to upper 50s for highs. a little breezy, i do expect, in the afternoon. notice winds coming from the east. when you have an east flow it's cooler air. that's what's helping keep us down today. at the shore 47 degrees right now. should be near 60 in the afternoon. and also a bit breezy. notice the winds actually a litd l higher along the shoreline than as we go inland. so you're going to have this onshore breeze and that's going to keep things on the cool side. for the lehigh valley we're at 43, mostly clear right now. i think clouds will thicken up
in the afternoon. about 51 at lunchtime and 56 at 4:00 p.m. a few upper 50s are likely for those high temperatures in the lehigh valley. now, the last couple of days have just been so much warmer than average. 60 is typical for this time of year. we were at 73 yesterday. yesterday if you skipped the jacket, don't do it today. only 59 in the afternoon, but look at this. we warm right back to the 70s in time for monday. but that comes with rain too. we'll talk more about that in just a bit. coming up, strength on display. what leaders in the big apple have planned to keep everybody safe during this weekend's new york city marathon following this week's recent terror attack. plus, sharp shooter. next in sports, j.j. redick is hot and help sixers achieve something they haven't done in nearly four years. oh, john can't come. my uncle geoff just confirmed. the one that's always bringing a plus-one? yes, but we've got plus-one insurance. what's your dream? at ikea, we help you live it. make the dream yours. (cheering)
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orkers of this weekend's country music awards in nashville are apologizing to journalists. earlier this week organizers had advised reporters to stay away from sensitive topics or they would be removed. country stars like brad paisley tweeted outrage officials dropped the policy and apologized. last week's las vegas massacre at a country music festival sparked questions to the industry about gun control. one month after that massacre crews are finally taking apart the site where the deadliest shooting in modern u.s. history happened. don't forget this was a crime scene. this is a chopper view of the parking lot and the concert area in las vegas. crews have been dismantling stages, tents, billboards and other equipment. 58 people were killed. about 500 others injured when that lone gunman opened fire on the crowd from an upper floor of a nearby hotel.
more fallout from the las vegas tragedy. massachusetts is now the first state to ban the bump stock. that's the device used by the gunman in the vegas massacre that allows a semiautomatic weapon to fire more like a fully automatic weapon. today, family and friends will remember the new jersey native killed in this week's terror attack in new york city. a visitation for darren drake will be held at a funeral home in new milford burgen county. his funeral service is on monday. flags will fly at half staff on monday at all new jersey state buildings in honor of drake and the other victims killed in the attack. eight people were killed, 11 more seriously hurt after police say a terrorist drove a pickup truck right into a crowded bike path on tuesday afternoon. the suspect sayfullo saipov is charged with terrorism. because of the attack police are promising unprecedented security effort for tomorrow's new york city marathon. hundreds of extra officers will be along the 26.2 mile route. the security detail will also include bomb sniffing dogs and
rooftop snipers poised to shoot if a threat emerges. sanitation trucks filled with sand will also block key intersections to prevent anybody from driving on to the course. >> we have people here from all over the globe. my message is we will keep them safe. we're working very, very closely and very well with our federal and state partners. >> the mayor also says the pride and strength of the city will be on full display during the marathon. for the first time we are hearing about the price tag on the long-ago settlement agreement between bill cosby and his trial accuser. former montgomery d.a. suing andrea constand claiming she harmed his reputation and cost him the chance to return to office. constand filed a defamation suit just days before the election. castor claims his decision in 2005 not to charge cosby with drugging and molesting andrea constand led to paying his
accuser well into the millions of dollars. lawyers for castor and constand are not commenting on any of this. cosby will be re-tried in april for sex assault in the constand case. police in new york say they are now gathering evidence for a possible rape case against disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein. investigators believe a rape allegation made against weinstein in 2010 is, quote, credible. "boardwalk empire" actress paz da la huerta accuses him twice of raping her in her apartment. in the meantime, new york police will continue to investigate. police in los angeles and london are also preparing possible cases. weinstein has denied the dozens of allegations of sexual harassment and assault. netflix is cutting ties with actor kevin spacey. that means he is out as the star of "house of cards," one of the top shows on the streaming service. netflix has stopped production. it says it will evaluate whether
to continue without spacey. the actor faces a series of sex harassment and sex assault charges -- or rather allegations. his publicist says spacey is seeking treatment. a new federal report approved by the wlohite house appears not to be in line with president trump's stance on climate change. latest assessment finds human activity is behind accelerated warming of the planet since the mid 20th century. the report warns this type of change is putting people, infrastructure, agriculture, water supplies and our ecosystem at risk. the president has called climate change a hoax created by the chinese. let's start with a live camera view. this is from center city looking over the delaware into camden. what a pretty shot. beautiful colors that we've got. remember i mentioned some clouds overhead right now we can kind of see them, fairly thin and
high at this point. they're going to thicken and lower a bit into the later part of the day and make for a mostly cloudy afternoon. but for now this is what we've got, radar and satellite shows us kind of the higher clouds that are strolling on by. little thinned out in terms of cloud coverage farther north. but there too we'll see more clouds later in the day. right now the blue indicates that nice cool air spilling in from the north. and it's right over at least about half of our viewing area. we're at 47 in philadelphia. 32 farther north in syracuse. notice how these winds are wrapping around and dropping right over us from the north and northeast? that's what's going to keep us cool later today. it's all about the winds. yesterday when you had the south and southwest push, that pulls in warmer air down to the south. the yellow you see here. i can actually show you better. this is the warmer air, that was coming in yesterday. today this air is moving in, so it's going to keep us cooler. here's the thing, tomorrow the winds start coming back in from the southwest so that is going to change up the conditions that we deal with in terms of our temperatures.
hour by hour right now looking at just some clouds in place, but they're thicker as we get into about your lunchtime. today it's around 1:00 p.m. so now mostly cloudy, we will stay mostly cloudy through the rest of this afternoon, this evening, overnight. and notice we start to pull in a few of those sprinkles. like i mentioned a warm front is going to roll through as we get into your sunday morning and afternoon. so as this warm front passes it will fire off a few of these spotty showers. this is 7:00 a.m. sunday. the chance of rain is a little lower by the afternoon. so this is 1:30. could you still see a sprinkle? yes. but it's more likely than not that it will just be dry, cloudy, a little dreary out there. and more mild because that warmer air is pulling in behind the warm front. so mild tomorrow compared to a cool day today. then monday a cold front's going to roll through and we're going to drop down those temperatures again. but let's talk more about the weekend. 58 on saturday, today, for philadelphia, 59, new jersey into delaware, and then there's the more mild conditions i was talking about more so in the mid 60s for many locations on
sunday. eagles forecast, a sprinkle is possible especially at the beginning of the game, but less likely as we go halftime into about 4:00 p.m. the temperatures by the way right in those mid to upper 60s in the afternoon. we'll wrap it up with this, don't forget to fall back tonight. sunrise this morning at 7:34, but tomorrow around 6:30, look at sunset tomorrow 4:54. follow clocks back one hour before you go to bed so you're prepped for the change tomorrow. this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. hey, good morning to you. i'm danny pommells from nbc sports philadelphia. the sixers tried to do something they had not done in almost four years, have a better than .500 record. that happened back in november of 2013 for the last time. sixers going for four straight wins hosting pacers, eagles quarterback like, that's nothing, we've won six straight. ben simmons with the spin and tough shot in the lane. second career triple-double, 14
points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists. j.j. redick with a fadeaway three over miles turner. 8 of 12 from outside. 31 points. see him with the jordan shrug? sixers win to improve on the season. >> i got goose bumps right now. that was awesome. i'm so proud of our team. i think we all recognize the magnitude of this game. i know it's early in the season, but to be over .500 i believe for the first time in four years is a big deal. these fans were great. what a great atmosphere in that fourth quarter. >> redick's chewing gum still getting a workout after the game. eagles host on sunday and carson wentz's go-to guy, according to head coach pederson will be on the field sunday. he has six touchdowns to lead the team this season.
be sure to tune in sunday for exclusive at 9:30 a.m. with yours truly at eagles game day kickoff. at 10:00 eagles game plan and we have one-on-one interviews with the team you will not see anywhere else. have you heard cowboys running back ezekiel elliott has been awarded a stay of his six-game suspension making him eligible to play sunday against kansas city. this stems from a yearlong investigation by the nfl into domestic violence allegations against elliott. that is your look at sports this morning. i'm danny pommells from nbc sports philadelphia. enjoy your saturday, everyone.
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let's get it. all right. let's take one last check of the ten-day on 10. 58 cooldown today, back up tomorrow to 67. doentd forget to fall back the clock by the way. we may see showers tomorrow morning and another chance of rain on monday before we cool things down and dry out the rest of the week. >> um, i'm seeing 30s quite a bit on that forecast. >> it is going to feel like november next week. >> that's going to do it for us. we'll have updates throughout the "today" show and back here at 9:00 for a full hour of news. see you then. christie: this is governor christie.
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. >> announcer: good morning. high stakes trip. president trump arrives in hawaii overnight. the first leg of a nearly two-week long trip to asia. a somber visit to pearl harbor. a solemn reminder of the horrors of war as the president meets with military leaders about the nuclear threat posed by north korea. will he ramp up the rhetoric against kim jong-un? and how will the dictator react? we're live in honolulu. growing scandals. the new york police department now says it has enough evidence to arrest movie mogul harvey weinstein after another actress comes forward accusing him of rape. >> we have an actual case. >> this is