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time of the shooting on sunday. investigators believe kelley killed himself but are awaiting final confirmation. ten victims are still in the hospital. >> erin coleman has the latest developments. erin, bring us up to date. >> the church's pastor and his wife broke down in tears. they lost a teenaged daughter. they said the church was much more than a place to worship. >> now much of our church family is gone. >> reporter: the pastor and his wife lost everything, including their daughter. the shooting happened in sutherland springs, a small town in texas. it's so small that everyone there knows someone who was at the church at the time. >> i was not ever prepared to just hear that. >> reporter: investigators say it could have been worse if not for a good samaritan who grabbed his rifle and took matters into his own hands. a shootout left the gunman wounded and on the run. >> this good samaritan, our
texas hero, flagged down another man and jumped in his vehicle and they pursued the suspect. >> the gentleman with the rifle got in the truck with me and told me the other man shot at the church and we had to go get him. >> reporter: johnny langendorff didn't think twice about putting himself in danger. >> it crossed my mind after the affect. >> what possessed you to do it? >> it was the right thing to do. >> reporter: investigators say the attack was not racially motive and religion did not play a part in the massacre. it doesn't make in any easier as this town begins to heal. >> this community will pull together. it doesn't matter what you do for a living, your race or ethnicity, we come together and that's always how it's been. >> the shooter called his father just before he died and said he didn't think he was going to make it. we look the at domestic violence complaints against kelley. we're live at the breaking news
center. erin coleman, nbc 10 news. and the shooting in texas is prompting questions about church security. lauren mayk is talking to leaders about what is being done to keep the houses of worship safe. that story is at 4:30. new details about a woman's body that was found in corps creek. the victim was an art student in philadelphia. now police are trying to find out who strangled her. >> nbc 10's drake clark has been interviewing people. what are they telling you? >> reporter: by all accounts, this 21-year-old was living her life well. she had no criminal background, she had no known enemies. but when she left home last week, she was murdered and her body was dumped here inside the park. 21-year-old kiara johnson was found face-down in this creek
last friday morning. she had been strangled. >> at this point, it doesn't appear that the body was there very long. >> reporter: johnson's mother reported her missing on thursday. less than 24 hours later, johnson's remains were found, dashing her family's hope for a safe return and happy ending. it's the end of a young life full of promise. johnson studied visual communications at the school of art in center city where she was a second-year student. >> it is a small community and students are very upset this morning. >> reporter: dean of academic affairs sill yeah mccray says johnson was always available and helpful to other students. she believed in land conservation and she always smiled. >> she was funny. she had her own sense of style.
>> reporter: now she's become the subject of a murder mystery and police are looking for her killer. >> right now we're working on tracking down her movements and isolating who she was last with. >> reporter: and police tell me they are checking cameras in areas where she may have been before she died and they are using all available resources to develop leads and ultimately they are hoping it will lead them to a suspect. we're live in center city, drake clark, nbc 10 news. turning now to our first alert weather, grab your umbrella. scattered showers are moving across our area by this evening. the windshield wipers are working hard already in the lehigh valley. the rain was really coming down on main street. let's take a live look right now in the lehigh valley. spnray skies are covering allentown right now. hardly anyone on the beaches at all in cape may on this overcast day.
glenn "hurricane" schwartz is joining us live. >> glenn, where are those showers right now? not where you are right now, actually? >> the weather is actually improved here over the last few hours. we're at oxford valley mall up in lower bucks county and this is not where the showers are. we've got nice, blue skies out here. the clouds are broken up, for the most part. we have storm force 10 out here. take a look at the other pictures around the area and in wilmington, delaware, it's still looking pretty good as well but clouds are not all that thick at the moment. and the radar is showing just a few little showers on the one that moved through upper bucks county and lehigh valley had some and the weather has improved and in central pennsylvania, the skies are even clearer. there's a front that has come through and temperatures will go
down. we do not expect much in the way of rain. it as we head through the evening, we're going to see those temperatures go down. by tomorrow morning, 41 in philadelphia. and 30s in the suburbs and lehigh valley, that is just the beginning. we have some cold weather coming in this week and some more rain. i'll have the timing on all of that coming up soon. to this now, three people are hurt after this crash on roosevelt boulevard. sky force 10 is over the scene on pratt street. one of those cars crashed head-on into a pole. police tell us no one was seriously hurt. a police involved crash sent shattered glass and debris all over on this street in northeast philly. that's t-- no one here was
injured. to decision 2017 now and candidates across the tri-state making their final push for votes ahead of tomorrow's election day. new jersey voters will be deciding who is the state's next governor. republican candidate kim guadagno will make a dozen stops as part of her main street tour of new jersey. an equally busy day for democrat phil murphy. murphy has stops in edison and trenton. nbc 10 is counting down to election night. instant results and updates on air and on our app on all of the racing happening in our area. president trump and japanese prime minister abe promised to put more pressure on north korea. they say it's time to stop north korea from continuing its nuclear and missile development.
president trump said the patience towards north korea is over. the president also talked about the economy. president trump hopes to achieve fair, free and reciprocal trading with japan. meanwhile, the first lady was at an elementary school in tokyo. they wrote the characters for the word "peace." paul manafort and gates will remain on house arrest. the judge does not have enough information to grant them a new bail package. both men are accused of laundering the profits of foreign consulting work performed on behalf of a ukrainian political party and concealing those assets from the u.s. government. john mccain tweeted this photo of himself with a walking boot and a cane. he suffered a minor tear in his right achilles tendon and was
treated for side effects of cancer therapy. the 81-year-old had brain surgery back in july. anthony weiner reported to prison today. he will serve his 21-month sentence in a federal prison in massachusetts. he was sentenced in september for sexting a 15-year-old girl. weiner resigned his u.s. house seat in 2011 amid a controversy involving several women. the corruption trial of bob menendez is in the jury's hands. menendez is accused of taking gifts from his friend, a wealthy doctor, in exchange for political favors which included settling a nearly $9 million medicare futing dispute. the north jersey man killed in the terror attack in manhattan last week was
remembered today at his childhood church. ♪ bag pipes played as hundreds of people filed into the church to say their final good-byes to darren bre darren drake, a 32-year-old who was out for a bike ride when he was hit by a suspected terrorist driving a truck. drake had cheated that twice before. he was staying at the mandalay bay until vegas a few weeks ago. this was the deadliest terror attack in new york since the september 11th attacks. here at home, drivers who use the schuylkill avenue bridge get ready for changes. zm it will be closed between market and pennd.o.t. streets.
that project is scheduled to take around 15 months to complete. drivers can access the eastbound 76th on ramp at 23rd and walnut during all of that construction. city leaders in philadelphia are trying to come up with a solution to the city's squatter problem. officials met to try to deal with this issue today. part of the problem is the state's squat tter rights laws. there is a question about what is causing a rise in pan kree at tech cancer rates in parts of bucks and montgomery county. >> these counties were plagued by contaminated water near military bases. there's little to link the disease between that and chemical exposure. they are working to discover if there's a connection. don't be surprised if you're in allentown and a police
officer strikes up a conversation with you part of a new initiative called community engagement, 365. officers will be using t-shirts and footballs and basketballs as conversation starters. this is to build a strong relationship with the community. the end of an era down in delaware, the original dogfish head brewery was demolished. the original brewery sits right next to the new, much bigger dogfish brew pub. dogfish head started out as a tiny microbrewery back in 1996 and now the beer is sold all over the u.s. officers in delaware helping to support grow small businesses across the state. officials announced the grow delaware fund in wilmington
today. it will give $5 million in loans to small businesses to create more jobs. this program was inspired by the grow wilmington fund but now officials want to bring it statewide. well, there's nothing a dog loves more than a chance to run around a clean, open space. today with rakes and shovels in their hands, new castle residents took time out to make that happen. this dog park sits behind the library and gets a lot of visitors. about a dozen people helped spread mulch to reduce dust and dirt. nbc 10 is your official station of the philadelphia eagles. eagles fans are flying high this afternoon as we look at the lincoln financial field. the 8-1 birds get a week off after blasting the broncos here on sunday. john clark is joining us. >> maybe john carson has gone to
an mvp in less than two years. >> carson wentz was sleeping on an air mattress in college and quickly he has gone now to be the favorite of being the nflmvp. he's the first to do that in birds' history and he started his own foundation over the summer. listen to his coach and his teammates. they are in awe of the way he is playing and his work ethic. >> it's hard to come up with words to describe carson wentz. >> yes. >> and each week it seems like he seems to amaze. he's elevating the play around
him and that's what good, great quarterbacks can do. >> every friday he's so tired, man, he needs to sleep just because he puts them to work and now he's reaping the rewards. >> that's a leader. at 6:00, the eagles locker room after the big win and what do you go doug pederson told the team. >> i guess he's pretty fired up. >> i would guess. >> the eagles are off until november 19th and that's when they take on the dallas cowboys at 8:30 p.m. tracking scattered showers moving across our area ahead of a big cool down tonight. a dreary day in philly. this is boathouse row right now. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is
joining us live. >> that's right. glenn, bring us up to date of what is happening in our area. >> reporter: the showers continue to diminish and the sky continues to improve. we are going to have a beautiful sunset out here in lower bucks county but just in case, we have storm ranger 10. that's available to check out any kind of storms. it's going to come with this to all of our locations this week. so you can come out and join us. well, right now we have a mix of clouds and sun across the area. some places look a lot more
threatening. jersey shore, the temperatures are still a warm 62. and we have a bit of a land breeze. it's all well into the 60s. now, there's a cold front coming down. look at the temperatures on the other side. pittsburgh, 49. rochester, 46. only 42 in chicago. 33 in minneapolis. some of that cold air is heading down this way but the front will stall not too far from us and it will create complications. you can see the showers. so there is a chance, especially in central and southern delaware tonight and then we got a bit of a break that will affect us tomorrow. watch the temperatures go down hour by hour as we go through
the night and the skies clear tomorrow morning, you're definitely going to need pretty good coats out there because it's going to be chilly and it's not going to warm up a lot tomorrow because the clouds are going to come back and then here comes the rain in the afternoon. now, it's especially heavier in delaware, south jersey tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow night and into wednesday. no doubt about that. but everybody is much, much colder. and especially delaware and south jersey, we stay chilly all week long. 48 in elwnn. easton, 59.
not only do we have rain in the forecast but much, much colder than today and you're going to get the heaviest of that rain. in philadelphia, after near 70 today, we're talking about low 50s. tuesday and wednesday, mid-50s on thursday. that is some cold weather and take a look as we head through the the rest of the week, high temperatures only in the 50s. and we're not going to see a day this warm for quite a while. so i've been able to wear the white shirt today and that ain't happening the rest of the week. >> all right, glenn, thank you. severe weather week continues tomorrow. glenn is live in northeast philly along with our team of meteorologists as well as tracy davidson and vai sikahema.
huge gang out there. stop by and say hi from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. >> and don't miss glenn's long-range winter forecast. he'll tell you what to expect this year to keep you prepared. we're all on pins and needles. that's on wednesday on nbc 10 at 11:00. >> thanksgiving is around the corner. people were invited to stop by and drop off nonperishable food for people in need. the bus will travel to different locations across the state all week. well, it began with an argument in the stands. >> now an officer is under investigation avid ohio of the incident surfaced. the move that has him in the spotlight, straight ahead. also, lost and found, the amazing display of team work that resulted in a fallen item being returned to its rightful owner.
he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. 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
have you seen this video? it went viral after it was posted on saturday. now that woman was charged with battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct. she was arguing with other fans at the university of miami game. police said she would not calm down so she carried her out. that's when she slapped an officer. he hits her back. the miami-dade police department is reviewing the video to make sure proper procedures were followed. and this video right here also getting a lot of attention. watch carefully, you'll see
something being thrown around between levels of this parking garage and a woman dropped her hat at the parade at the houston astros. a fan managed to toss the hat between floors and get it back to her. hats off to those houston fans who were so glad to see that after everything with hurricane harvey. and our coverage of the massacre in texas continues. >> we're learning more about the shooter and the impact that this is having across the country. we're talking to local faith leaders about what the texas shooting means for security on sunday. >> and it's pretty mild today and unseasonably warm. it's going to change. the wind is going to shift.
the colder air is coming in. i'll let you know just how cold it's going to get when you wake up in the morning and for the rest of the week, coming up next. also, helping puerto rico. it's been nearly six weeks since hurricane maria ripped across the island. next at 5:00, new information on the local push to help hundreds of families piece their lives back together. he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
we've paid a big price for chris christie and kim guadagno. they gave out billions in corporate tax breaks. millions to whitewash the bridgegate scandal. millions more wasted on empty office space. we got stuck with the bill. property taxes up. train and bus fares up. college tuition up. women's healthcare funding eliminated with christie and guadagno we're paying more and falling behind. four more years of kim guadagno is unaffordable. he stood up to north jersey special interests 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.
why arit's because sweeney'sing been exposed as aeeney? 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. now at 4:30, new information is coming out about the gunman in the deadly church rampage in texas. the air force kicked devin kelley out of the air force when he fractured his son's skull and assaulted his wife. >> 26 were killed and 20
injured. of those, ten are in critical condition. terri smith witnessed the massacre across the street from her store. >> we heard shots for a couple of seconds and then a massive load of shots and i believe that's when he was in the church. and we couldn't do anything because we didn't know if there was more of them. and all of a sudden, we see one of the victims running out and he came across the street towards the store and he was bloody on his arms and part of his face and we let him in the store and we had him on the ground and then we see -- he's telling us that his family's in there and that somebody had gone in and they had shot up everybody. >> and that shooting is prompting questions about security at houses of worship.
nbc 10's lauren mayk has been talking to religious leaders. >> what are they telling you? >> reporter: even though they have security plans, this has given them something to think about. for example, one pointed out that the shooter in this case started firing from outside the church. while a lot of those security plans might just deal with inside. another reason to go over those security plans and be vigilant as well as prayerful. one dares to imagine when church started, security wasn't something organizers were thinking about. >> we were just excited about worship. >> reporter: and then the shooting in charleston happened and things changed. >> it's a different world in which we live now and security is paramount because you can't have peace unless you have security. >> reporter: kevin johnson is the lead pastor here where new members are welcome but everything is watched for your safety. >> we can't go into too much detail, but rest assure, we have big brother and he can see everything that's taking place on this campus. >> reporter: now after the
shooting in a texas church, a conversation across faiths about how to keep worshippers safe. do you expect to see more security as a result of this? >> i do. i think it's sad that people will expect more security. i think that people will begin looking at strangers walking into buildings and that will probably be the first step. >> reporter: the rabbi teaches at this college and says he's seen more layers of security in other countries. >> in europe, most places that i've been through, you have to go through metal detectors. >> reporter: it's a difficult balance, though, for places of worship that want to be welcoming and secure. >> i pray that that would take away from the worship experience and getting in touch with god. >> reporter: is this something you've thought about? >> not yet. >> reporter: i reached out to the philadelphia archdiocese to see what this means for their
churches and a spokesman just got back and tells me there's no threat at this time but they work with authorities to ensure a safe environment and encourage anyone who sees something unsafe to report it. live in center city, lauren mayy, nbc 10 news. >> we have continuing coverage of the church shooting on the nbc 10 app. you can hear more from witnesses and get the latest on the investigation any time by signing up for breaking news alerts. to northwestern pennsylvania now where a band of deadly storms is responsible for killing two people after floodwaters collapsed part of the house that they were in. floodwaters rose in the front yard of the home and caused the foundation to just collapse. the fire department's scuba team recovered two bodies inside. their names haven't been released. neighbors at the scene say flooding has been a long-time problem in that neighborhood. scattered showers and a
blast of cold air. that's what we're in store for across our entire region. here's a look right now at conditions in center city at a busy intersection of eighth and market streets. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is joining us live. >> a little cloudy behind us but not so much where you are, glenn? >> reporter: yeah, it's a beautiful end to the day where we are. we have variable conditions across the area. in some places, we're setting up for a spectacular sunset. look at the colors out here. we're in lower bucks county. it's just going to get nicer and nicer over the next hour. now, if you go farther to the north, let's take a look at easton and it looks pretty cloudy. just a few little specks of blue. obviously won't have a nice sunset that we're going to have. we had showers up towards the lehigh valley, bucks county. but farther to the south, things
have been pretty quiet and to our west, it's pretty quiet. so we're going to clear out tonight but it is going to get colder. 47 in mt. pocono, 60 in allentown now. near 70 in philadelphia and points to the south and east. but look how much colder it gets. overnight and by tomorrow morning, we are down in the 30s across parts of the area and we'll see how long the cold air stays and more rain is coming. i'll tell you when, coming up. all right. here's a look at some of the other stories we're following county-by-county at 4:00. in north hampton county, dozens of volunteers are getting ready for the elections. they are calling it a day of action and trying to get the word out to young voters. it was one of 60 similar events held across the state today.
in close sisthester county, school confirmed that it's building a project called the commons. it will include a new dining area, a, pai parking garage and going to be completed by fall 2020. in sussex county, an emu was caught in delaware. someone noticed it on the playground at an elementary school. the three palm zoo is working to find its owner. >> i wonder what he's being doing for a month out and about. >> it's been exploring. coffee and your kidneys. plus, it's all in a name. the study that says calling your food something else could be key to shedding some weight. the son of a hollywood star steps forward after kevin spacey is facing a new accuser. that is ahead on nbc 10 news at
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helping people with chronic kidney disease live longer, 2300 americans took part in the study. those who drank the most caffeine reduced their risk by 20%. scientists say more research needs to be done before doctors start suggest that peaatients start drinking more coffee. researchers suggest taking a different approach to your meals. in a recent study, 80 people were given a pasta dish. one was presented as a snack eating standing up from a plastic dish. the other as a meal sitting at a table with silverware. and researchers say byç labeli our meals by food and not
snacks, we are less likely to overeat. do you follow that? >> am i allowed to stand with a huge bowl of pasta and eat the whole thing? is it still considered a snack? >> no, you call it a meal. >> okay. >> i think that's what it was trying to say. we need to do more research on that one. we'll go to this one now. an alert for iphone users. one little letter is causing big problems and has people all over frustrated. we found a fix, though. that's straight ahead. a winter coat by the time this week is over. i'll tell you how chilly they are going to get and when more rain is coming in. that's next. holiday travel. getting through the long security line could become easier at 5:00. 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. we've paid a big price for chris christie and kim guadagno. they gave out billions in corporate tax breaks. millions to whitewash the bridgegate scandal. millions more wasted on empty office space. we got stuck with the bill. property taxes up. train and bus fares up. college tuition up. women's healthcare funding eliminated with christie and guadagno we're paying more and falling behind. four more years of kim guadagno is unaffordable.
more allegations of sexual misconduct against kevin spacey. harry dreyfuss claims that spacey groped him. harry was 18 at the time. spacey's lawyer says he absolutely denies the allegation. if you're an iphone user and recently upgraded your phone, maybe you've noticed a glitch. >> it happens when you touch in the letter i. an auto correct comes up with the letter a and a question mark symbol. apple is offering a temporary glitch. go to settings, which is on your home screen. then click on general, keyboard, then text replacement, tap the plus button in the right corner where it says phrase and type in
"i" where it says shortcuts, type in a lower case "i." >> did you follow that? >> and people who paid $1,000 for this phone, that page will look like this. by the way, you can find all of those lengthy steps to fix the iphone. you can find that on the nbc 10 app. so there you go. >> thank goodness. >> you were trying to write it down. >> some of us need extra help for that. >> be neither and i never upgrade my phone. that's why. >> that's why. glenn is tracking showers tonight. not an upgrade. that's a downgrade. showers and the cold air coming in. >> in jackie's world. >> yep. >> we're certainly upgrading the cold that's going to be coming in and it's only a earth ma of a few hours. so if you're headed out this
evening, do not dress like me. i'm going inside right after this. so it will be okay. but the sun is going to be setting here in just a few minutes. you take the clouds back and you take the sunset back, too. and this is day one of severe weather and this is storm ranger 10. crystal is giving the crowd a tour, an explanation, answering questions. come out tomorrow. we'll be at philadelphia mills in northeast philly and we'll bring the same trucks and same people. we'll take pictures. we have mostly cloudy skies and everybody is on the mild side. temperatures in the 60s and so it is definitely a warm start to
the evening but it will not stay that way, though. keep that in mind as we go to northern delaware. it's even warmer. 68 in odessa. they got into the 70s and right now 68 in georgetown. the showers, well, they've continued to diminish. we have some near washington and baltimore that could affect delaware but other than that, things are pretty quiet. towards the left of your screen, it's not quiet. that's the next disturbance moving in right behind this cold air and so we're going to have a combination of colder and wet so it's going to get nasty around here. tomorrow morning it's just cold and then the clouds increase and here comes the rain, especially in the afternoon and especially
in delaware and south jersey. and we're talking about 40s most of the day. with rain and then here's another batch coming in on wednesday. that is some nasty stuff, too. and you are just not used to this. it is going to be a chilly, chilly period. take a look at some of these numbers as we go through the rest of the week. those are high temperatures. not very high. and when you're talking about days where temperatures don't get out of the 40s, that is really, really tough after we're near 70 today. we'll see how i'm dressed tomorrow. >> hopefully we'll still see it tomorrow, rain or shine. much more still ahead on nbc 10 news at 4:00. plus, talk of the "s" word
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ask us how specifi can help you reach your potential. why arit's because sweeney'sing been exposed as aeeney? 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. all right. eagles fans are in a frenzy this afternoon. we can understand that after the birds blowout against the broncos. >> the eagles are the best team in the nfl but can they really
be sure this is the year? >> we sent tim furlong to south philly to see if fans are ready to pack the car for the super bowl. >> don't say it. >> reporter: another big win, more evidence that eagles team is legit. but let's not use the "s" word just yet. >> when we get to the nfc championship, that's when we'll use that word. >> reporter: the cunningham throwback is my game day go-to. but in 1949 and '60, they won the nfl championship. and they lost to to the raiders when they were at 8-1. i got my carson wentz shirt and i thought that meant the end of the eagles run. but this year, i don't know, it
feels a little different. carson has this team looking like a winner but it's hard to get past t.o. breaking his leg late in the 2014 season and nfc championship game we thought was a lock. younger fans would be happy with a playoff game this year. >> as long as we get there, it's really worth it. >> reporter: she clearly hasn't lived through the agony for over five decades. can't this just be our year? >> we're way overdue. i think it's time. >> reporter: let's not throw around the "s" word willy-nilly. hotel rooms in minneapolis are getting more expensive and they make the best philly cheesesteaks. i'm hoping the football gods smile on us for once. tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> i think it's good to be
optimistic. just don't talk about it too, too much. >> exactly. i'm a big believer in the power of the spoken word but i'm also afraid of jinxing it. a tiny town gripped with sadness and shock after a church massacre. we are learning new information about the victims and digging into what investigators say may have been a possible motive for the shooting. and fall is finally here. we're going to feel fall all week long. come on back for your chilly forecast. a mother and daughter were both shot here in allentown over the weekend. we spoke to members of their family. >> you can never replace a mom. it's going to be really hard. >> coming up, what they have to say about the shooter.
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i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. tonight, we are learning new information about the texas church shooting massacre. here's what we know. 26 people are dead. 20 injured. at least ten of those victims are in critical condition tonight. investigators have reviewed security video from inside the church. as of right now, they have not released many details about it. during a news conference today, investigators say the shooting may have stemmed from a domestic dispute. the shooter's mother-in-law attended the church.
>> she was not there on sunday but received threatening text messages from the suspect. a small texas community now searching for answers a day after a gunman opened fire on a church congregation killing more than two dozen and wounding more than 20. many of the victims, children. the youngest just 18 months old. >> it's just devastating. it's very shocking that something like this has happened. >> reporter: 26-year-old devin kelley dressed in tactical gear and armed with a semiautomatic rifle fired from outside and then inside the church. >> he was wearing a black mask that had a white skull face. >> reporter: he was later confronted by an armed citizen as he drove away. >> this texas hero flagged down another young man and jumped in his vehicle and they pursued the suspect. >> reporter: after a high-speed chase,