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Dec 26, 2016 4:30am EST
is 4:34 right now. general george washington is safely across the delaware river again thanks to a decade's old christmas tradition. ♪ ♪ the reenactment of george washington's christmas day crossing in bucks county drew thousands of people yesterday. they were decked out in continental military uniforms. general washington's actual army crossed the delaware on christmas day of 1776 to score a crucial victory in the battle of trenton. >>> kwanzaa begins today. the kwanzaa holiday dates back to the 1960s. each day of the celebration carries a core principle. the first day's focus is on unity, followed by self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith. kwanzaa is capped off with a feast and thanksgiving. >>> happening today, philadelphia's annual hanukkah parade will roll through the streets of center city, philadelphia. you're looking at last year's event. the parade begins at aikenville this afternoon at 4:00. it will end at independence mall where the world's largest menorah is already lit. you can enjoy music, danci
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Mar 29, 2017 4:30am EDT
cause traffic jams near the george washington bridge. now they will learn their fate. nbc10's matt delucia is live in our digital operations center. tell us about the possible punishments. >> reporter: they face up to 46 months in prison. almost four years. it's been close to four years since the incident on the ft. lee side of the george washington bridge that created the bridgegate scandal. bridgette kelly and bill baroni were convicted in november of wire fraud, conspiracy, and misusing the bridge as retaliation against ft. lee's mayor because he declined to endorse governor christie's bid for re-election. prosecutors said the two shut down several toll lanes at the george washington bridge in september of 2013 intentionally causing a major traffic jam in ft. lee. governor christie was never charged with any wrongdoing. he argued that he was never aware that his office was involved until months after the fact. federal sentencing guidelines call for 37 to 46 months. the exact sentence is up to the judge. both boroni and kelly have asked for leniency including community service in
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Jan 20, 2017 4:30am EST
today's inauguration include jimmy and ros lynn carter. george w. and barbara bush. hillary clinton and bill clinton. the only living president that will not be there is george h.w. bush. he and his wife are both improving after suffering health problems. treating for a blockage in lung. barbara bush is recovering from bronchitis. prior to hospitalization, hw did send a supportive note saying his doctor suggested he not travel. >>> now when president elect donald trump takes the oath of office, he will be sworn in with two bibles today. >> the first is the same bible that abraham lincoln used. referred to as the lincoln bible. president obama used it as well in his inauguration and the second is one plt's mother gave him right before he turned nine years old. pastor paula white king will lead the prayer. she says she's been in trump's life for the past 15 years. >> did you bring donald trump to jesus. >> i've laid out the gospel very clearly and know that donald is saved. >> president elect trump says he's a presbyterian inspired by late norman vincent the power of positive thinking
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Feb 2, 2016 4:30am EST
developments. see her live report starting at 5:30. nbc 10 is also looking ahead to new hampshire. george spencer will follow the candidates there as they prepare for the first primary election next week. you can see george's reports beginning on sunday. >>> it's 4:33. 38 degrees in philadelphia. 31 degrees in doylestown. a judge will sentence chaka fattah jr. today. he was found guilty of 22 counts of fraud. prosecute irs say he lied to banks to get business loans to support an extravagant lifestyle. he could face almost six years in prison. fattah jr. is the son of congressman chaka fattah who is married to nbc anchor renee chenault-fattah who is currently on leave from nbc 10. >>> a disgraced comedian bill cosby will ask a montgomery county judge to dismiss the criminal case against him. it all comes down to a deal they say former prosecutor bruce caster made with cosby in 2005. that stems from a sexual assault complaint filed by andrea constant. in the testimony cosby admitted that he gave her three pills before engaging in what he calls consensual sex acts at his philadelphia area ho
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Feb 15, 2016 4:30am EST
compromised. >> everyone made it out of the home safely. 4:37. presidents' day is a day that we honor george washington and abraham lincoln. because it's a national holiday, a lot of things are closed, federal and state and local courts closed. there will be no mail delivery and schools are closed. but here's something that's open. 200 children will celebrate presidents' day on the hard wood at penn's historic palestra. there will be fun and active all day for students. >>> 4:38 and 17 degrees. no love between the presidential candidates over the valentine's day weekend. >>> planned parenthood treats the unborn like another form of currency, yet some still defend them. >>> wait until you hear why a new study says there are benefits to chatting in class. >>> dry right now but parts of the area are already seeing snow fall. 17 degrees at ç4:38. your futurecast, hour by hour just ahead. homecoming? it's awesome. but with the citizens bank education refinance loan, it gets even better. you know those people who pay a little extra and get all the legroom in coach? that could be you, if you refi
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Mar 3, 2016 4:30am EST
. george thorogood will make his debut and also comedian yacht jeff dunham. there's the lineup right there. let's check the lineup. jessica has that issue continuing on 95. >> these because people heading out the door won't think to check the traffic because there's usually not a lot to talk about. right now we do have within on 95. northbound here, you can see the traffic just scooting by there. we do have police activity on the scene and several vehicles involved. the scene does appear to be getting a little smaller. now you can see that traffic is moving by nicely. no delays on the southbound side. i thought this was interesting. no fuel available at the walt whitman service area. if you typically stop at that point, you might want to get gas before you head to that area. a different spot around the delaware memorial bridge, no problems there, and mass transit doing a great. >>> 12 minutes before 12:00. it's cold outside. our skies are clear. that's a clearview from center city. 28 degrees. that is 28 degrees colder than yesterday at this time. the temperatures are really plummeted. but
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Apr 25, 2017 4:30am EDT
people want to wish it farewell. >> historians say george washington once held a picnic beneath the branches. it will take about three days to remove. >>> 4. 48. we have a water main break in southwest philadelphia that francesca's going to telling us about. >> let's find out exactly where it is. >> yes. a water main break. the live view, the majors look good. we'll hit two birds with one stone. we'll zoom in at the water main break where it's located in southwest philadelphia at south 58th and chester avenue. we have 58th and chester, it will be closed until we receive further notice for the water main break. 95 still looks pretty good right now. travel speeds are still in the 60s for the very few cars out there. it's still early. 42 freeway again looks good. when we come back, want to look at the schuylkill expressway as well as the vine and possibly the blue route. back to you. >> thank you. >>> as we look at route 42 in south jersey -- looking at that video that francesca showed of route 42 in south jersey, it looks misty and some rain there. >> i think we'll have a little bit o
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Nov 5, 2015 4:30am EST
scheme to shut down lanes and snarl traffic on george washington bridge in for the lee. prosecutors say it was payback for not endorsing christie's 2013 re-election bid. there is new information about the dozens of journalists at the philadelphia enquirer, the daily news and philly.com, who will lose their jobs by next month. yesterday 46 staffers were told which jobs are being eliminated. we now know that will include some long time reporters, editors and various production staff members. the corporate other than, philadelphia media network says it's a part of a restructuring move and out placement firm is helping workers find new jobs. the newspaper guild plans to challenge some of the layoffs. the job cuts become effective december 4th. well, a homework assignment is sparking a lot of concern in one jersey town. >> 8th graders were asked to analyze a scenario about the teen who was drinking and had a one night stand and then got herpes. the teacher wanted students to apply principles to that scenario. when she saw her homework assign vp, she wanted answers. >> i have told these k
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Feb 29, 2016 4:30am EST
george pell testify by satellite. the cardinal testified that he had difficulty recalling the details of how the melbourne archdiocese responded to abuse allegations when he served as auxiliary bishop there. survivors say they want answers. >> represent hundreds and hundreds and thousands and thousands across australia. there's a long way to go for us. >> cardinal pell is not accused of sexual abuse and denied knowing about activeç p pedophiliaic priests in his archdiocese. >>> officials say reverend william schooler was shot to death during sunday morning service. police say his younger brother, daniel spooler fired the fatal shot. 20 people were inside the church at the time of the shooting. no one else was hurt. >>> a woman and a teenage boy are accused of kidnapping their cousin's 2-month-old baby in florida. the baby was found safe saturday in orlando. police say mom and baby were asleep friday night in their ft. lauderdale home when armed intruders broke in and stole the infant. investigators say it was the 14-year-old suspect carrying the gun. the mom and baby have be
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Nov 2, 2017 4:30am EDT
the dodgers 5-1 and it was time to bust out the bubbly. [ cheers ] george springer was named mvp. they had five home runs. >>> cracking down, new regulations taking aim at stop and go businesses, what these stores sell, neighbors say is destroying the quality of life and increasing crime. >>> more couples are waiting to start a family but that sure comes with health risk. the new technology and advances that are making childbirth safer for older moms to be. ♪ this holiday season, my good friend gave to me... ♪ ♪ 7 powerball tickets, 6 match 6 chances, ♪ ♪ 5 cash 5s! 4 cash4lifes, ♪ ♪ 3 pick 3s, 2 mega millions. ♪ happy holidays, rita! thanks, joe! what a great gift! pennsylvania lottery tickets make great gifts. like the new merry millions. happy holidays! ♪ and best wishes from the lottery. ♪ >>> good morning everybody, jessica boyington is with you now. we are still close right before the vine tree express way. on the eastbound side, traffic is diverted off this direction. the signs is cut-off here, you can see police activity here, traffic is diverted off t
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Jul 20, 2016 4:30am EDT
the official nominee is unity in sight? gop chair george gilmore. >> you have your bumps along the way. the democrats have as well. i think republicans are uniting coming out of this convention. >> reporter: how important is unity moving forward? >> unity is always important. i mean, in the party. it's always been important. >> reporter: pennsylvania delegate mike disagrees. >> do you want an infomercial or honest exchange of ideas where there's an occasional disagreement? that's what this is. >> there may be more unity coming out of the convention that there's been perceived before the convention. >> reporter: republican political analyst joe watkins from philadelphia told me unity isn't the most important thing. >> all that really matters is who wins on election day. you don't necessarily need to have a unified party to win, especially if you're able to draw from independents and democrats. >> reporter: now, democratic presumptive nominee hillary clinton criticize the the platform adopted by the gop saying in a tweet, the republican party platform is so hateful you'd think donald
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Aug 11, 2016 4:30am EDT
staffer charged with lane closure of the george washington bridge allegedly for not endorsing the governor. yesterday, christie denied that he lied. >> the ridiculous. it's nothing new. and, so, that's it. there's nothing new to talk about. >> christie also noted the information about the text message came by a filing by a defense lawyer and wasn't by someone under oath. the trial of the governor's two former associates is scheduled to begin next month. >>> it's not just an epidemic. it is a plague, that was pennsylvania governor's tom wolf's message as he addressed the opioid conference yesterday in montgomery county. he spoke in norristown talking about improving access, treatment and quality of services. the governor said 3,300 people died of drug overdoses in pennsylvania last year alone. he expects that number to be even higher this year. that gives permission for the federal government to open 20 centers of access, what they're called across the state, to assist people in getting the help they need. >> happening today, military veterans can take part in an industrial career
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Apr 10, 2017 4:30am EDT
surprise the other. bill clinton dropped in on george h.w. bush in houston yesterday. clinton gifted bush with a selection of colorful socks. bush is 92 years old. and he's drawn notice for his sock fashion in recent years while using his motorized scooter. very nice. >>> our county-by-county coverage begins in bucks county. police need help finding a vandal spreading a message of hate. >> police say cars and mail boxes in warminister was damaged friday. one car had a swastika carved into the paint and a slashed tire. three other cars and two mail boxes were damaged. >>> to atlantic county a knock out abuse town hall will focus on opioid abuse. experts will have advice on how to make decisions in your loved one is addicted. >>> in chester county, the brandywine valley spca in phoenixville will welcome more than four dozen animals rescued from puerto rico. part of a national program to save the lives of animals at risk of being put to sleep at overcrowded shelters in puerto rico. >>> in montgomery county today, a dog that's a true survivor will visit students in a program on pet safet
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Sep 30, 2016 4:30am EDT
arranging lane closures that caused gridlock at the george washington bridge in 2013. yesterday, david wildstein testified. baroni's defense said wildstein changed his story from previous testimony. >>> and now to decision 2016 and upset over an advertisement. >> this donald trump commercial shows the republican candidate shaking hands with some of the finest -- some of phoenix's finest. hear why police in the city say you should not believe everything you see. >>> a woman was hit and killed by a truck that never stopped two years ago. ahead, hear who philadelphia police just arrested. >>> live view from downtown wilmington. a drenching rain this morning. 58 degrees. that rain is coming down at a rate of about two-thirds an inch an hour according to the latest doppler radar. your neighborhood forecast, just ahead. katie mcginty: franny, johnny, mikey, maureen, jimmy, joey, ricky, eileen, me, and colleen... all 10 of us raised on a policeman's salary and a mom working as a restaurant hostess. imagine trying to do that today, with washington looking out for the favored few. i'll bring a
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Oct 26, 2016 4:30am EDT
microscope, they'd find sarcasm. >> kelly and bill baroni are accused of closing lanes on the george washington bridge in retaliation for the mayor of ft. lee for not endorsing christie. the governor denied having any knowledge of the plot and has not been charged. >>> camden county has its first female warden at work this morning. karen taylor was sworn in yesterday. her professionalism and dedication will allow her to lead the facility into the future. taylor has worked for the department of corrections since 1997. >>> it's 4:46. a piece of philadelphia history is now back in the hands of the family who built it. >> nbc 10 was in east falls yesterday afternoon as prince albert of monaco arrive ready to his mother's childhood home. the royal family has yet to decide what to do with it. the prince's cousin, j.b. kelly is in charge of the renovations. >> wall paper and paint in the front hall are the same as since 1925. >> the family says it could take a year to complete renovations. and it may eventually be home to offices for prince albert's foundation. >>> 4:47. we have made it to
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Nov 3, 2017 4:30am EDT
. south jersey power broker george nor cross says campbell field will be demolish to make way for a new field for rutgers university. it opened in 2001 as the home of the camden river sharks, you'll remember, the minor league team. it folded two years ago. >>> this weekend, magic and mermaids returns to the adventure aquarium in camden. look. mermaids will swim in the shark realm tank with sharks and other sea life. the mermaid experience begins and runs for a week. the mermaids from the aquarium got out of the water yesterday and visited cooper hospital, surprising patients and read to children in the pediatric unit. >>> just about 4:50. you have to wait a little bit longer to see philadelphia's icon could love statue. -- iconic love statue. it will return next year. the city says the delay is needed to deal with previously unexpected changes. love park will be reopened for the holidays, though, with its christmas village later this month. get this -- when the statue does return, it will look a little bit different. the city found out the statue was originally painted red, green, and p
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Dec 7, 2015 4:30am EST
terrorists. he served in the 82nd airborne and later under president george w. bush in homeland security. he told us that big terror strikes are now replaced with smaller attacks, he agrees with the president's pledge to stay away from another large scale war. >> got to use all of the elements of american power, you've got to use the intelligence community, use the military, and special operations forces. you've got to put some people on the ground. >> he believes the female suspect in the shootings may have become radicalized after she arrived in the u.s. >> today we expect an update on the investigation of last week's mass shooting in california. the husband and wife opened fire inside a social services center targeting people at a holiday party. the shooters killed 14 people and wounded 21 others. the couple later died in a shoot-out with police. >> in our area, firefighter is in the hospital along with one other person following a row home fire in philadelphia. matt delucia is live at the scene with details on what happened. matt? >> reporter: firefighters and police left th
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Jul 12, 2016 4:30am EDT
:35. happening today, president obama, vice president biden and former president george w. bush plan to attend a memorial service in dallas for the officers killed in last week's sniper ambush. hundreds of people paid their respects to the five officers at a candle light vigil in dallas last night. police leaders call for peace and unity between officers and the community. five officers were killed thursday night during a march protesting recent police involved shootings across the country. the expected gunman, micah johns johnson, they are trying to find out what drove him to kill five officers and wound nine others plus two civilians. >>> on friday, loved ones will gather for the funeral of an african-american man shot to death by police in baton rouge, louisiana. alton sterling's death was captured on video sparking protests across the nation. the american civil liberties union is blasting the police in baton rouge. the aclu said officers used violent military tactics on peaceful protesters there. in minnesota, prosecutors will be filing riot charges against protesters who stormed
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Aug 26, 2015 4:30am EDT
family who found the baby, police say. george george has a safe haven law which allows a mother to leave a newborn baby at a hospital or medical facility, as long as the baby is no more than a week old. >>> 4:49. a black labrador may have played a big role in the arrest of former subway spokesperson jared fogle on child pornography charges. he's one of only five dogs specifically trained to sniff out electronic devices like sd cards and flash drives. bear's trainer, todd jordan confirms the dog was used to find evidence at fogel's home in indianapolis. jordan explains how the labrador does what he does. >> he will hit on as card, thumb drive, an ipad and whatever the components inside of that, it's just something with the canine's help we can find some children with that. >> jordan said the local u.s. attorney told him just the other day it was indeed bear that was used in the fogle çcase. >>> when you wake up at 1:00 in the morning, like most of us do, this isn't really a stretch. a selection process for an annual halloween event in philadelphia. >> because we have what it takes
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Aug 28, 2015 4:30am EDT
afghanistan. >>> 4:46. happening today, president george w. bush and his wife laura are going back to new orleans. it's been ten years since hurricane katrina ravaged that city. today they're visiting a school that benefited from the gulf coast school library recovery initiative. it's a special fund of the laura bush foundation for america's libraries. it helps gulf coast schools damaged by the storms. a number of katrina survivors have been calling philadelphia home for the last ten years. one of them is well-known new orleans jazz drummer alvin jock. he lives in cheltenham. they managed to get his mother to the superdome but then they were separated and she didn't survive. >> i love my mother. i still love my mother like she's alive in my heart right now. what happened, i didn't witness it. that was the stories way told. >> jock says he misses the new orleans clubs where he used to perform but playing music in philadelphia has helped him to heal. >>> the scene of -- fate of a new hampshire prep school graduate is in the hands of a jury. this is a case that's gripped the country. he's ac
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Nov 30, 2016 4:30am EST
reopening the lanes on the george washington bridge. christie has said he had no acknowledge or involvement in the closures. >>> the owner of the former casino. they say he needs a casino license to reopen it. but he's leaseing it to a third party and should not be responsible for the license. he's siuing the casino control e commission. >>> 56 degrees outside. the reward in the case of a hit and run that killed a 8-year-old girl is up to $45,000. yesterday they added $15,000 for more information. and on top of the $20,000 reward being offered by her family. she was hit earlier this month. the it driver sped off. yesterday her mother made an emotional plea for the driver to turn him or herself in. >> i don't get a prom, a graduation, no marriage, no grand kids. no nothing. so just turn yourself in. make it better on everybody. >> investigators released this picture of the car that hit her. it's a silver neon maxima. it should have damage to the head light and front grill. >>> one fire engine will soon be taken out of service. that has residents concerned. to reign in over time s
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Feb 10, 2016 4:30am EST
. and coming up at 5:30 this morning, nbc 10's george spencer joins us live from new hampshire with more on the trump and sanders primary victories. and what the results mean for the rest of the field. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for complete and continuing coverage of this presidential primary season. i'll join you at the desk at the top of the hour. >> vai, thanks so much. 4:5, 31 degrees in philadelphia. the zika virus is no longer only an overseas health crisis. there are at least four confirmed patients in our area. two in pennsylvania, one from delaware. last month, a person visiting north jersey tested positive. matt delucia is live at philly international. what do we know about the new cases? >> pen health officials say the two women in the keystone state traveled to areas infected with the zika virus. the pennsylvania secretary of health says the cases pose no threat to the public. the zika virus is transmitted mostly by mosquitos. it is happening in south and central america but now we're seeing these cases pop up here in the u.s. and people who have traveled to those a
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Dec 8, 2016 4:30am EST
players should be back on the field this weekend. wide receiver george matthews and running back brian matthews. nbc10 is your official station for the philadelphia eagles. an exclusive interview with the tight end trey burton, and all of that after the "nbc10 news." >>> fighting to save a fire truck. >> that issue comes up with city council. what it will take to keep five trucks rolling. >>> and this video appears to show a woman walking off with a baby jesus statue. >>> i'm jessica boyington, watching the vine street expressway at this early hour. around broad street, we're still with construction westbound and eastbound, closed at this point on broad street headed to the schuylkill expressway. as you can see with that police activity, it's still diverting traffic off the ramp. out in carney's point township, new jersey, there's police activity reports due to downed fires, right around route 30. the exit ramps are closed there as well. if you want to get past this point, use the new jersey turnpike especially heading to the delaware valley bridge. you won't be involved in any of that
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Feb 3, 2017 4:30am EST
governor chris christie. former firefighter filed a complaint over the george washington bridge lane closing scandal. accuses the governor of knowing about the plot against the mayor of fort lee and doing nothing to stop it. chris chr christy had denied knowing anything about it. >>> scheduled to be sentenced later for their role. the sentencing will now happen in march. >>> offer from the pros. that's what a student had in her pocket after being expelled for pursuing to play on the basketball team. >> took her catholic school to court after being told she couldn't be on the boys team. the school didn't have enough girls for the girls team. she wanted to play on boys team. lost lawsuit. family is appealing. church officials say its policy to expel any student for taking legal angst againction against . yesterday the new york liberty of the wnba offered sidney a tryout. >> if there's not a team for her to try on. >> i understood that. >> coming up all new, department store is parting ways with a member of president trump's fame. >>> why ivana trump's clothing line will no longer be so
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Jan 18, 2017 4:30am EST
into the 50s. high 50s as well. >>> we are breaking news from overnight. former president george h.w. bush in a hospital. office chief of staff says the 41st president is in stable condition and doing fine, but did not reveal the reason why he was hospitalized. however, bush's office expects the 92-year-old to go home in a couple of days. >>> happening now, patco riders hoping for a smoother ride to work this morning. yesterday problems on the track led to widespread delays. now crewing working around the clock to try to prevent anymore trouble for riders. >> matt, what can you tell us about the problems on the track. >> reporter: patco blames a lot of problems on weather and motor issues. yesterday was the latest in a series of problems patco has head with trains because of those issues. take a listen to video from yesterday. of course we were talking about what happened yesterday during the rush hour. that was when we saw the biggest problem. starting about 7:30 in the morning. train had braking issues. another train had problems in philadelphia. just after 8:00, had motor issues a
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Jun 15, 2016 4:30am EDT
detectives ta young woman's body along georges hill drive. she'd been stabbed repeatedly and shot in the back of the head. her wrists were handcuffed. police say it's likely her body was dumped there. the woman was in her late 20s. investigators say it appears she tried to fight off her attacker. >> i believe she was in a fight for her life and unfortunately, she lost. >> police are digging through missing persons reports, trying to identify that woman. >>> today the jury will get instructions from the judge and begin debilitating in the federal corruption trial of congressman chaka fattah. closing arguments wrapped up yesterday. prosecutors tried to make the point that fattah is a thief and corrupt. they claim congressman fattah took an illegal $1 million loan to fund his mayoral campaign. the defense says the case is built on lies and that fattah is innocent. we'll be in court today and let you know the verdict as soon as it is announced. >>> meantime, a montgomery county judge has set a date of july 7th to hear arguments about whether sex assault charges against bill cosby should be d
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Sep 22, 2015 4:30am EDT
face criminal charges in the scandal that closed lanes on the george washington bridge and caused four days of mass gridlock in ft. lee. the firm's taxpayer funded investigation found governor christie had no knowledge beforehand of the lane closing. >> one prayer has been answered for a st. louis boy living with a brain tumor. >> he gets to meet pope francis in philadelphia this weekend. 12-year-old brad was diagnosed with a brain tumor last year. he went through rounds of chemotherapy and radiation and says his battle with cancer sidelined him from playing football but he says it opened his eyes to faith. >> appreciate how god like -- he gave me such a good recovery like a lot of kids don't have that. >> he received tickets to see the pope from the archdiocese of philadelphia serving priest for a day early this year. he is traveling from missouri with his mom and dad. we'll welcome him to philadelphia. you're watching "nbc 10 news." "nbc 10 news today" at 5:00 a.m. starts right now. >>> the breaking news, a fire fight in yeadon, delaware county, we're live on the scene. we're ch
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Mar 30, 2016 4:30am EDT
funeral of the prince george county's officer jacai colson. they stopped for a bite to eat in baltimore and chatted with a family at the sfraun restaurant there. after the family left, the waitress brought this check to the officers. on the back it's written god bless you fellas. the family had picked up the officer's tab. >> it's really good to see people approach us nowadays and thank us for what we do. >> the officers chased after the family who turns out were from lindenwold. they thanked them and gave the son a cherry hill police department patch. >> i'm sure they were very touched when the check showed up with that note on it. >> very nice. >>> you're watchi ining nbc 10 . "nbc 10 news today" at 5:00 a.m. starts right now. >>> nbc 10 news starts now. >> right now on nbc 10 news today, the wildcats heading west. today the villanova men's basketball team is leaving home, hoping to come back with a national title. >> from the video, i was like my kids. >> have you seen this video in chaotic kids, kids causing chaos on septa's "l" train. now we're hearing from their mother a
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Dec 2, 2015 4:30am EST
americans is unprecedented. the report from george washington university showed there are active isis-related investigations in all 50 states. authorities arrested 56 people in isis-related charge this is year, the most terrorism related arrests since september of 2001. 86% of those arrested are men and the vast majority of u.s. citizens or permanent residents. >> tends to be male but not exclusively. and the vast majority were from the whole spectrum of the country. 21 states in their borders. >> there are three isis related arrests in new jersey and two in pennsylvania. >>> looks real but this is practice. british authorities carried out an anti-terror drill in london. the exercise simulated a group of terrorists armed with guns and bombs storming a shopping center. yesterday's exercise was part of annual training for officers. the uk will vote on whether to join on air raids in syria. a chinese artist is trying to draw attention to his country's pollution problem. for four hours every day for 100 days, this chinese artist held up the suction head of an industrial vacuum clean
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Nov 17, 2015 4:30am EST
son george sold marijuana, heroin and other drugs to college kids on the main line. investigators tells us two ran their illegal business out of their home. police were tipped off by neighbors who say she is the ex-wife of a former commissioner. >> you come to radnor and sell those drugs to our students and residents you will be arrested regardless of who you are or who you are related to. period. >> police also arrested another woman who was inside the home at the time police served the search warrants. >> starting this week you'll have a new way to feed the meter in philadelphia. the philadelphia parking authority will launch a pay by phone parking app called meter up. it goes live on thursday morning, but the pta will unveil more information later today. here's what we do know. you pay with your phone, as soon as you park. the app alerts you when you run out of time and you can reload the meter from wherever you are with your phone. it will start in four zones for six months a big chunk of center city between fourth and 20th and arch and locust. also along columbus boulevard fr
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Aug 24, 2017 4:30am EDT
. officers say george rissell vandalized a car and a building with racist symbols. he has past associations with white supremacy groups. >>> tonight there's a town hall meeting at the middletown municipal building. this comes after someone there sprayed racist graffiti at an elementary school. >>> video from last night shows a man trying to cut a tarp off the monument. he called the tarp a desecration. police stopped him from taking the cover down. workers placed the tarp over the statues yesterday morning. the city also covered a monument to stonewall jackson. the city says it placed the tarps over the statues as a memorial to heather heyer. heyer was killed when a car drove into a crowd protesting a white nationalist demonstration. >>> in new york city the columbus statue could be considered for removal following the violence in charlottesville. the in addition will conduct a 90 day review of so-called symbols of hate on city property. columbus has come under fire in recent years for his poor treatment of people in the caribbean. >>> president trump has done another 180 calling for nation
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Jul 28, 2017 4:30am EDT
george washington bridge without paying. >>> return of the poconos. >>> it monster energy series hits poconos on sunday. race will be deal earn heart junior's final one at the tricky track. yesterday in fish town meeting with fans serving up coffee. why he will drive the number 15 draft on sunday. >> nbc 10 your official station of the eagles. this morning giving you full access to training camp. take you inside the huddle just before practice yesterday. quarterback carson wentz. says it's all about winning the division. >> i know it's early. we have a lot of work to do. we truly believe we have the guys to do something special. >> you can do something special. got to put the work in. >> what's your definition of something special. >> we'll see at the end of the year. >> nbc 10 will bring you all four eagle preseason games starting with the packers on august 10. >>> james harrison getting out of the truck there. this is how he drove to practice. with a fire truck blaring. >> really. >> that's a way of getting everyone's attention. he does have a commercial driver's license which
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Aug 2, 2017 4:30am EDT
staffer under former president george washington. takes over for james comey who was abruptly fired by trump in may. >>> get a pass on the laws. the agency wants to speed up construction of barriers and roads along the border. construction will not have to comply with certain environmental natural resource and security. impact the environment as much as possible. >>> former mayor of redding denied all charges against him during a court appearance over city all corruption. yesterday vaughn spencer pleaded not guilty. accused of accepting gifts in accident change for favors. one oaf several local officials indicted in this pay to play scheme. >>> the biological parents of grace packer are seeking rights to her estate. killed her in the bucks county home and dumped her remains. sara packer and jacob sullivan pleaded not guilty and are awaiting sentencing. her biological parents have applied to be men center of their state. three of their other kids were removed in 2004. while they know what happened to grace, they haven't been table to get any other information about what happened to the
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Feb 4, 2016 4:30am EST
. nbc george spencer picks up our coverage of the presidential race this week in new hampshire. you'll see his report starting sunday night right here on nbc 10. >>> it's 4:47. president obama made a historic visit to a baltimore mosque to try to correct what he called a distorted impression of muslim americans. it's the first time the president has visited a mosque in the u.s. he spoke about the discrimination and threats that muslim americans faced and he warned that the growing antagonism against the muslim community tears at our nation's fabric. >> you've seen too often people conflating the horrific acts of terrorism with the beliefs of an entire faith. >> he also talked what he called inexcusable rhetoric against the muck limb faith. >>> well, someone could be a big lottery winner and not even know it. a winning california lottery ticket worth $63 million has not been cashed in. it was bought in 2011. if no one comes forth by 5:00 today the money will instead go to california schools. >> take a look at this video. a car landed on the roof of a garage in california. the driver suf
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Oct 20, 2017 4:30am EDT
four soldiers. following the controversy added to others out of the white house, president george w. bush took the extraordinary step to criticize the sitting president without personally naming him. >> bigotry seems emboldened. our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories. in short, it is time for american institutions to step up and provide cultural and moral leadership for this nation. >> reporter: lost in this debate is an easy vote thursday by the senate to pass a budget for 2018. passing the budget allows republicans to pass the tax cuts with a procedural vote. now they need just a simple majority of 50 senators or more. nbc news, washington. >>> being on the same page with president trump on budget issues doesn't mean the speaker of the house is beyond joking about the chief executive. speaker ryan spoke at the alfred e. smith foundation dinner in new york last night. the high-ranking republican kept with tradition by roasting politicians and policies, and he directed money of his barbs at the leader of his own party. >> enough with the applause. you sound like t
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Sep 8, 2016 4:30am EDT
scheming to close lanes on the george washington bridge, allegedly to finish the mayor of ft. lee for not supporting the governor. both are in in trial for pretrial hearings. another david lawstein is pleading guilty and cooperating with prosecutors. >>> $120 million for its part in the delaware river oil spill back in 2004, a federal judge ruled last night that citgo did not provide a safe place to dock an oil tanker from venezuela. as it approached the refinery spilling 264,000 gallons of oil into the river. the spill killed dozens of birds and off the $500,000 to clean up. >>> the fbi need help finding this man, keyon johnson, police say johnson and another man robbed the bank in plymouth on saturday. >>> this surveillance video captured a robber who hit up a northern gas station. police say this man went behind the counter at the gas station, grabbed the employee, demanded money and took off with cash from the register. >>> pennsylvania casinos are now off limits for reputed mob boss rudy merlino. if merlino is caught inside a p.a. casino, he'll be charged with trespassing. >>
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May 29, 2017 4:30am EDT
-creators placed the wreath at the grave site of general george meade who led them to victory at the battle of gettysburg. >>> 4:43 now on your memorial day. we are tracking rain. this is a live look down the shore at cape may. 60 degrees, misty, a little bit of rain. meteorologist bill henley is tracking the conditions there and where you live. he's back in a minute with the memorial day forecast. >>> this morning we're -- >> kicking off our shore tour -- >> i'm excited. getting ahead of myself. >> featuring shore towns and what to expect this summer. >> that's right. matt delucia is live in ocean city. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning. i wish we had a little bit better weather here. it is a little damp. we've got a few sprinkles here in ocean city. i am on the boardwalk. and i'm a little lonely out here now. you can take a look out here. we have -- there's one person here early in the morning. and we have a lot of the businesses here that have been opening, getting ready for the summer season. they've been busy all weekend. the boards were packed throughout the weekend
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Mar 11, 2016 4:30am EST
. first lady michelle obama, former president george w. bush and his wife laura are among those who will attend today's services. the public paid respects to the former first lady yesterday. >> her love story with her husband. i respect that so much. besides anything else, they were one. they were one. >> nancy reagan will be bury next to her husband at the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. >>> nbc 10 was brill you live coverage of nancy reagan's funeral today, beginning at 2:00 this afternoon, followed by nbc 10 news at 4:00. >>> 4:50 on this friday morning. we are following some breaking news out of septa as we've been reporting all morning long since the top of the hour. there have been real problems on the paoli/thorndale line. you may remember last night some commuters had to wait for hours because of problems with the track. katy zachry has been monitoring that for us this morning. fill us in. >> thanks for that recap, rosemary. the paoli/thorndale line unfortunately service continues to be suspended into the morning hours. crews are still working
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Feb 16, 2016 4:30am EST
. former president george w. bush appeared at a rally for his brother yesterday in charleston, south carolina. the former president said he was proud of jeb and urged voters to support a candidate who will be, quote, measured and thoughtful on the world stage. >> i have just met with seven or eight residents of flint, michigan. >> bernie sanders addressed the flint water crisis while campaigning in michigan. the senator said the federal government should intervene if the state and local governments cannot protect its citizens. sanders competitor, hillary clinton, will be in new york city later today for a fund-raiser. yesterday she hit the campaign trail in nevada. she attend a get out the caucus event in reno and spoke about issues including the economy, health care and social security. >>> now let's check the conditions on area roads for your ride to work. we've been warning you all morning, take it slow because you could face wet, icy, slushy conditions and poor visibility. jessica boyington bring us up to speed. >> that's right. speaking of speed, we do have a lot of speed restri
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Apr 4, 2017 4:30am EDT
screenings of the film "1984." it's based on george orwell's novel and about a man who rebels against the government. april 4th is the day he begins his protest. theaters say they want to spark community conversation in a time where art programs and free speech are under attack. >>> at the jersey shore, check out this very happy and newly protected police dog. he does look happy. the ventner police department took to facebook to announce that their k-9 officer, joker, has a new bullet and stab-proof vest. the equipment is courtesy of a donation from a nonprofit vested interest in k-9s organization. >>> and today you could see delays if you're taking amtrak to new york. amtrak is operating on a modified schedule after new jersey transit train derailed at penn station yesterday. there will be fewer trains running between washington, d.c., and new york city. there will be additional stops in delaware, pennsylvania, and new jersey today. just check the nbc10 app. >>> and new jersey on a holiday schedule as it tries to get back on track after a derailment. five people were hurt. commuters in n
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Jul 13, 2016 4:30am EDT
. president obama, vice president biden, former george w. bush. it's the 11th time president obama visited a city in the wake of a shooting. >> dallas, i'm here to say, we must reject such despair. i'm her to insist we are not as divided as we seem. i know that because i know america. i know how far we've come against impossible odds. >> let's talk about what's happening today. family and friends will now gather for funeral services for the five fallen officers. that will happen over the next four days in the dallas area. the first three set for today. dallas police chief, david brown who received a standing ovation before speaking to the thousands in attendance at the service yesterday, i'll have some of what he said coming up when i see you again at 5:00. live in the digital operations center, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >>> today in louisiana, the son of alton sterling will talk to the media. sterling was killed by police in baton rouge last week, his death captured on video. his 15-year-old son cameron talked about it last week right after his dad had been shot. he's expected to
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Oct 25, 2016 4:30am EDT
george washington bridge, after the mayor refused to endorse christie for re-election. >>> another step towards pulling atlantic city out of financial crisis. last night, officials voted 5-3 in favor of a new recovery plan. the city will use $110 million from the sale of bader field and another 105 million in bonds to help pay down a chunk of its $500 million debt. tax rates will not increase over the life of the plan. >>> quarter to 5:00. 49 degrees outside. we're getting a look at surveillance video released of several assaults at temple university including an attack that injured three students, a campus police officer and a police horse. this is video the moments the students were attacked near broad street and cecil b. moore on friday night. you can see the mob when all of a sudden chaos breaks out. two 19-year-old men an a woman were hurt. a picture of one of the victims was sent to nbc 10. you can clearly see the face bruised there. we spoke to the young woman's father yesterday. >> the fact that they unmercifully pinned her down, so many people and beat her, i just can't fa
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Feb 3, 2016 4:30am EST
count on nbc 10 to bring you the latest from the campaign trail. nbc 10's george spencer will pick up our coverage this weekend in new hampshire. look for his reports beginning sunday night. >>> 4:47 and 42 degrees. you know how scary it can be driving behind a truck and seeing a chunk of frozen ice or snow come off the roof hurling towards your vehicle? that's what happened to a driver in vermont. look at what's left of her wind shield after an ice missile hit her. the sheriff says there's no law requiring snow be cleared off trucks. >> i think we ought to do something about it. we ought to work with the trucking industry to find a solution to this. there's going to be a tragedy that occurs. we'll wish that we had been stronger on it. >> it is the law in new jersey and pennsylvania that drivers have to clear snow off the roof of their vehicles. it is not required in delaware. >>> speaking of driving, 4:48. let's check your drive to work or wherever you go early this morning. traffic along 295 in south jersey. first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has a look at that. jessica?
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Aug 31, 2015 4:30am EDT
-mail account as well as the deletion of text messages during the investigation of the george washington bridge lane closure scandal. >> everything i've done as governor has been an open book and i've answered any question. can you hold mrs. clinton to that standard? i volcano seen it. the american people need to know they with v a president who will be honest, open and direct. mrs. clinton is 180 degrees opposite of that. >> the state department allowed her use of personal e-mail but it wasn't the best choice. >>> big news from an iowa poll. clinton's lead among the democrats are drastically shrinking. bernie sanders is gaining strength. on the republican side, donald trump continues to lead the pack. trump may still launch a third party run or stay with the gop. >>> trump's strength inside the republican primary is an expression of the complete and absolute and utter contempt of republican voters towards the political establishment of the republican party. >> and in the latest poll, 14% of democratic voters said they would back joe biden even though he still hasn't announced whether he
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Dec 4, 2015 4:30am EST
give his own deposition in february. the they have been married 50 years. george zimmerman's twitter account is suspended. he posted semi nude pictures. twitter has a policy banning revenge porn and the posting of confidential information. he is most known for his acquittal in the shooting death of trayvon martin. >> and new york city's new warning label for salty foods won't be used in restaurants without a fight. yesterday national restaurant association filed a lawsuit arguing that health regulators are overstepping their bounds. the new rule took effect this week requiring that a salt shaker icon be posted next to menu items that contain 2300 milligrams or more of sodium. >> bed bugs at the library. that's forcing some philadelphia libraries to temporarily close. yesterday the holmesburg branch was treated after a bed bug was found there. this is the tenth time they have been found in libraries in the past six months. you won't get a heads up from the libraries. at the holmesburg branch the sign said it was closed due to a building emergency. >> patrons have not been notified bec
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Jun 24, 2016 4:30am EDT
colleagues will remember george bengal, the head of the law enforcement for the pennsylvania spca. a viewing was held last night. funeral services will be held at calvary chapel in northeast philadelphia. he died saturday after a battle with cancer. he was 69. the pscpa called him their hero. he was a fixture on our air here at nbc 10. >>> the supreme court's tie vote ruling dealt a devastating blow to millions of immigrant families who could now be sent out of the country. >> the fact that the supreme court wasn't able to issue a decision today doesn't just set the system back even further, it takes us further from the country we aspire to be. >> the justice's opinion effectively kills the president's plan to allow parents of u.s.-born children the opportunity to stay in the country. alma munoz says members of her family were counting on that protection. she had to break the news of the ruling to her sister. >> i didn't want to say it this way. but this happened and we have to be prepared for whatever comes next. >> the supreme court outcome means the direction of u.s. immigration policy wi
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May 12, 2016 4:30am EDT
lanes on the george washington bridge for political retribution in 2013. >>> a north jersey teen is recovering from minor injuries this morning. firefighters rescued him after he fell into a well. the 16-year-old and some friends snuck into an abandoned pump house near an old reservoir in jersey city late tuesday night. the teen fell through rotted plywood that was covering the well. he grabbed on to some wood as he fell. >> he was holding on to that, treading water. he said he wasn't touching the bottom, so we figured it was deep water. >> he was stuck in the well for nearly an hour. firefighters had to break into the building to rescue him. they lowered one of their own into the well and pulled the teen to safety. >>> it's 4:48. let's check the vine street expressway because there's construction going on overnight. it depends on when it clears. first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has that. >> well, tracy, they typically try to at least clear it by 5:00 in the morning. sometimes they end a little ahead of schedule. i just checked my cameras on the vine. around 24th stree
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Feb 1, 2016 4:30am EST
stranger to the law. nbc 10 has learned the suspect's name, george blackwell, he's a registered sex offender. the takedown was caught on cell phone video. the video shows at leastç thre bystanders tackling blackwell after police say he used a box cutter to rob a woman. they held him down until the police got there. >>> the group welcomed a new president, reverend jay broadnak. philadelphia mayor jim kenney was there for the ceremony in the city's powelton neighborhood. >>> a new jersey man is coming clean about a library book more than seven decades past due. according to our partners at news work, frank ryan recently found the book he checked out as an 11-year-old, back in 1944. back then the penalty was 2 cents a day. that would add up to more than $500 in late fees. we still don't know if the library will make him pay up. we'll keep you posted on that. >>> today, carli lloyd is in line for another tribute. >> this time, members of the media will honor the pride of burlington county dell rand high school. she will be hon herred at athlete of the year. she scored a hat trick to l
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Aug 16, 2016 4:30am EDT
presidential candidate has won pennsylvania since george h.w. bush. this was back in 1988. coming up in the next half hour, we'll dive deep near clinton's visit to philadelphia today. reporting live in the digital operations center, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >>> on the republican side of the presidential race, donald trump says hillary clinton lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on isis. the republican nominee was in youngstown, ohio yesterday unveiling his plan to fight terrorism. he called for extreme vetting of immigrants, including an ideological test before entering the u.s. trump also said he would temporarily suspend immigration from countries with a hisstyç exporting terrorism. >> only those who we expect to flourish in our country and to embrace a tolerant american society should be issued visas. >> trump blamed the rise of isis on the policies of president obama and his former secretary of state, hillary clinton. >> 4:48. 77 degrees outside. at the rio games, middlesex county teenager, laurie hernandez soared to a silver medal on the balance beam competition. sh
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Nov 4, 2016 4:30am EDT
lanes approaching the george washington bridge. >>> an era in sports in philly officially end. howard is now a free agent. he was the last remaining member of the phillies 2008 world championship team. charlie manuel told csn philly why he gave howard his nickname. >> i nicknamed because he liked at him, he was our carrier. he could knock in 150 home runs, he could hit 40, 50 home runs. >> he'll be missed. big piece. and uncle charlie, charlie manuel look goods. >> very good. >> you stayed up past your bedtime last night. >> i did. >> to get a special hon her. >> i was honored to be one of the recipients of this year'sç blue save fi blue sapphire awards. the award recognizes commitment to the city of philadelphia and for service among those that were rescipienrecipients, billy passed away earlier this year but his wife blanch was there, the great song "me and mrs. jones." >> i'll be singing it all morning. >> now for more of the stories we're following on nbc 10 news at 5:00 a.m. the buses, trolleys and subways still aren't running but we want to give you a ride to work or school. >
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