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Feb 9, 2016 4:00pm EST
for some candidates. nbc 10 dedicated to bringing you complete political coverage. george spencer is live in manchester with more of the final push for support. george. >> reporter: jacqueline, in a handful of new hampshire towns the polls actually opened at midnight, closed shortly thereafter with the results tallied almost immediately. and one such town the winner was republican john kasich and democrat bernie sanders but the question at this point is who can pull off a statewide win and just as much who can pull off second place. with a total of nine ballots cast in dicksville notch kasich snatched the win with one more vote than republican donald trump, bernie sanders took all four on the democratic side. >> that's it. >> most other polls opened at 7 with candidates from both parties waiting outside to make one last impression with an estimated half million voters. >> we're going to keep working literally until the last vote is cast and counted. >> chris christie hopes the final count adds up to a second place for him. trailing by double digits he'd consider that a win. >> donald
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Nov 21, 2017 4:00pm EST
thanksgiving. >> george spencer is live in sky force 10 keeping an eye on any traffic trouble out there. >> it seems the holiday travel rush has begun. interstate 95 southbound near the blue route can be a slug on any weeknight. this night is that rare combination of lots of commuters and lots of travelers. aa ark estimates 600,000 of us will be traveling for thanksgiving in about 9 of every 10 will be traveling by car. the roadways are where it is at this holiday. reports from just about an hour or so ago indicate the traffic around the airport was manageable. some slowdowns, but not just too bad yet. we'll be tracking it over the next couple hours. that's the latest, george spencer, nbc 10 news. >> you can find up to the minute weather and traffic for your thanksgiving destination right in the palm of your hand. >>> now to the growing list of high profile names facing sexual misconduct allegations. both cbs news fired charlie rose. >> the women of "saturday night live" are coming to the defense of al franken. erin coleman is joining us live from our breaking newsen center with today's develo
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Dec 31, 2015 4:00pm EST
like no matter where you'll be. we begin with nbc 10's george spencer live at penn's landing with the city's first new year's eve fireworks will go off in about two hours. hey, george. >> reporter: the planning for a fireworks spectacle of this scale is truly immense. hours and hours of work, of planning and producing for every single minute of fireworks that we see overhead. and for the crowds of thousands who will show up here at penn's landing and specifically at the blue cross riverrink here, this truly is the best vantage point. this is two shows on one barge? late this morning we got an up close look at the 300 feet of floating fireworks, which will light up the new year's eve sky like never before tonight, and watching on the ground from the blue cross riverrink and winter fest, first-time families like chris sullivan. >> i'm actually pretty excited. it will be the first time we've done anything down in the city as a family. for new year's. >> this is just going to blow you away from start to finish. >> reporter: the full show? >> absolutely. >> reporter: ken, tonight's firewor
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Nov 27, 2015 4:00pm EST
straw this season for a lot of fans out there. nbc 10's george spencer heard from a lot of those angry and depressed fans today. george, what did they have to tell you? >> reporter: jim, the eagles' last win, a win against the cowboys, now feels like a distant memory. today the daily news is asking if the team might be chip wrecked. this black friday certainly feels black and bleak if you're an eagles fan. >> for the eagles, a total embarrassment. >> reporter: on the field yesterday in detroit, the eagles endured a thanksgiving throwdown so painful some fans here at home could not watch. >> i actually turned it off halfway through. >> reporter: couldn't stand it? >> couldn't take it. >> reporter: and for those who tried right through to the brutal 45-14 final, there was little to be grateful for. >> i'm not feeling too good about it. i don't know, i had high hopes and now i'm a little concerned. >> i was going to wait till dinner to have a drink and told my girl, i said, i got to open the wine right now. >> reporter: decked out in phillies gear, he's already looking to move on from thi
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Mar 4, 2016 4:00pm EST
looking for. they say he worked with the victim. george spencer is live in south philadelphia with new information about the victim and the search for her killer. what can you tell us? >> reporter: we've been watching this average as homicide detectives have been going door to door in this neighborhood looking for new surveillance video and other clues that might offer fresh details, we know it is another employee who was also working in the basement kitchen of this restaurant last night who is now at the center of this investigation. a sign posted on the front door late this morning says the cafe is closed for renovations. and police are searching for this person of interest who goes by the name noel, just the day after the murder of a restaurant cook as five customers ate dinner upstairs. >> i saw it yesterday. >> this slaed a neighbor of the 54-year-old victim who lived here in south philly, identified by police today as thung win killed in the kitchen where she spent long days. >> she is a beautiful person. that's what i'm trying to explain. a beautiful person. >> it appears there
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Jan 29, 2016 4:00pm EST
incident was captured on video. that is the latest in spring garden. george spencer, "nbc 10 news." >>> new information this afternoon about a murder mystery in delaware. a man was found dead in a woman's home on elder court last night. we know the killer is still on the loose but police aren't saying who is victim is. nbc 10's reporter tim furlong live on the scene to tell us more. what have you found out? >> reporter: we've been pushing for answers all day. we've been pushing and police aren't ready to give out many. you can see an officer keeping an eye on the murder scene. police had a tough time finding the family members of the man killed so they are not read the identify him. they have a suspect they believe they know who they are looking for. >> i don't know what's going on. >> reporter: police aren't telling residents much about what happened in this house last night. the homeowner works in new york during the week, last night a call was made asking police to check on the house. they found a murder scene, a male dead. >> it's an adult male, it's not a random act and so po
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Jan 6, 2016 4:00pm EST
leaders. nbc 10's george spencer has been following the story since the new controversy erupted friday live along the route mummers take. >> reporter: for philadelphia's new mayor, this is personal. jim kenney himself a mum for for 35 years. he will not tolerate bigotry by bad apples on the parade here friday. with traditional music and dance, 2016 was supposed to be the year of mummers' diversity. but during the parade, some marchers were captured in brown face dressed as tacos, others parodied the gender transition of caitlyn jenner and 2016 blew up in controversy. >> can't pick on famous people, gay people, immigrants. it's not funny. >> reporter: the new philadelphia mayor has lived the mummers tradition himself. his staff is reviewing new restrictions to keep bad actors from stealing the show. like this man captured shouting a homophobic slur. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: restrictions could be anything from sensitivity training to prescreening acts. >> it's about being the right thing and being to be inclusive in understanding of all philadelphians. >> reporter: ultimately, c
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Mar 22, 2016 4:00pm EDT
area. we begin with nbc 10's george spence wer the latest on the attacks. george. >> keith, the belgian prime minister declared three days of national mourning, after what he said were probably the most tragic attacks ever in that country during peacetime. brussels went into lockdown this morning after a series of explosions rocked the city's airportóg'w and subway in what appeared to be a coordinated attack. >> everyone was in panic. we had to run just because the situation was such -- everyone was scared so everyone runs. >> officials raised the terror threat level, shut down all public transport in the belgian capital and advised locals to stay indoors after the blast. >> i just saw a little bit of smoke, i didn't know exactly where the explosion happened. i know there were two explosions. and when i was outside i just saw two people had like -- really covered with blood. a lot of people whose hands were covered in blood. >> reporter: this morning police released a new picture of the suspects believed involved in the attack. local media reports they used suicide bombs filled
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Nov 4, 2015 4:00pm EST
chaka fattah jr. fraud trial. nbc 10's george spencer joining us live outside the courtroom. jury had a few questions today during deliberations. >> reporter: first of those two questions was purely procedural. but the second question, the jury asked to have secret recordings of a conversation between fatah one of his friends replayed for them again. an indication that this jury is zeroing on the defendant's own words. >> i'm not nervous at all. i'm looking forward to the jury decision no matter how long it takes. >> reporter: chaka fattah jr. sounded a familiar refrain awaiting the verdict, complete confidence, he says, the jury will clear him to charges that he lied to banks to get loans from lavish spending. no new testimony today, only replaying of old recordings, so the last arguments jurors heard were yesterday's passionate closings when prosecutors said fatah's whole case was just talk. >> he might think you're impressed with the former governor and mayor came in here. but nothing they had to say had to do with anything. this man's scam artist. >> objection. >> overrules. >> ever
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Dec 24, 2015 4:00pm EST
. next in my first alert forecast. >> you can call it a christmas eve makeover. i'm george spencer, taking a look at how one local salon is giving back on this holiday eve. >>> one new jersey girl's family is calling it a christmas miracle. >> grace west says she knew she could beat cancer, but it wasn't until she met pope francis that things changed in her favor. brian thompson has her story. >> i beat it, it's gone. >> reporter: grace west describing the moment she found out she's cancer free. it is a year since she met pope francis at the vatican, a gift from the make a wish foundation. >> i think the pope made the miracle happen and everybody that prayed for me in the community really made it happen. >> reporter: that moment with the pope captured on video was just one highlight in this young girl's life. she named her dog toby, a short version of her first chemo therapy drug used to treat the rare and deadly cancer that attacked her brain two years ago. her mother thought she would not make it. >> you can't let yourself go there. you just can't. >> reporter: instead, there was
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Jun 6, 2017 4:00pm EDT
names joj and amal chose for their baby boy and girl and how george is doing after all the excitement. >>> plus a social media scare of sorts for college-bound stude s students. how their pictures could put their admission status in jeopardy. >>> and a burn on a vebender. the video you have to see of a peacock trying to avoid capture. that's next at 4:00. >>> first here's a look at the closing bell on wall street. a down day on the markets. it takes a lot of people to make a good school day. miss hoffman gets us there safe every time. mrs. migliaccio teaches us all about fractions - and haikus - and the erie canal! miss reeves makes us sound amazing. and miss santoro always takes time to see how we're doing. miss simpkins keeps our school looking great. recess wouldn't be recess without miss basile. and mrs. mccarthy always has tons of good books to read. which makes for a pretty good day at school. ♪ pro-tip for making ribs: don't go it alone. get these great smoked ribs. thanks. sure. twenty minutes on the grill. and they're done. you think he cares if i smoke ribs for six hours?
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Sep 2, 2015 4:00pm EDT
town. >> this is brand new information. let's get to george spencer many what have you found out there, george? >> until now, everyone's been pretty much led to believe you could just show up on the parkway and get at least a pretty decent look at the pope. but now a new map has surfaced that shows huge swaths of the parkway being designated for ticket holders only. take a look at this map from the secret service. the bright red area toward the top left of your screen, that's the area we're finding out is for ticket holders, it starts right at the stage and goes all the way back to 20th street. the ticketed area also stretches for blocks around the parkway from the museum and over to 20th street, a live look at the parkway from our camera on top of the melon builden. we have known all along there would be a vip area set up in front of the stage the world meeting of families website says this is free and open to the public. this view shows the big swath of the parkway that we're just now learning, will be held for ticket holders only. the big question how do you get a ticket and are the
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Mar 16, 2017 4:00pm EDT
there trying to get rid of that ice. nbc 10's george spencer is live in sky force 10 to fill us in, george? >> reporter: rosemary, talk about frigid work on this march day. these crews are just pulling up their lines on the top of the psfs building in center city after they have been working to knock the dangling ice off the edge of this building. we take a look at the traffic below. we can tell you some of the ice earlier in the day had been falling out on to the streets below. until just recently, market street in this area had been entirely closed to traffic. but since we were last above the scene, we can tell you it has reopened here east of city hall. this is big news, of course, for commuters who drive their cars in this area, but just as much for people who take septa buses. there are a number of major septa bus stops right here on market street east of city hall. market street in this area has reopened. it seems they've gotten a handle on the falling ice at least for today. that is the latest live in sky force 10. george spencer. >> thanks for that. and of course, a block o
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Dec 1, 2015 4:00pm EST
agreement with comcast and want the company to agree to new rules. >> nbc 10's george spencer live at city hall this afternoon, where leaders are working on this deal with the clock ticking, as we said, george. >> reporter: yeah, and jim, the calendar year deadline here is really important. when a new administration and new council arrives here at city hall next year, two and a half years of negotiating on this franchise agreement could potentially start all over. so the goal is to get this deal done by thursday, before the council's final meetings of 2015. inside this city council hearing room this morning, a cable franchise agreement with broad impacts and the debate over comcast's role in the city it calls home. >> uphill battle. i've never felt i could get out of debt. >> reporter: she says the cable giant's rules have made it tough for her to afford the services she needs. but for every comcast critic, there are also supporters, like elizabeth, co-ceo of philly's boys and girls club. >> they've been doing a lot for our community, for our kids. they really spread the love and embrace w
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Jan 31, 2017 4:00pm EST
federal lawsuit. george spencer has more on the families at the center of that lawsuit. he joins us live from the breaking news center with more on this. >> that lawsuit claims the family members had valid visas and had gone through the proper channels to gain entrance to the united states. they made the announcement at city hall today shortly after filing the lawsuit. it claims the president's executive order violates the equal protection clause of the constitution by discriminating based on both nationality and religion. the sister-in-law of those sent back said she's been trying to bring her husband's family here for 13 years. >> i know by the support that we have received from lawyers, from people all around america and the world, it's just not american what has happened. >> philadelphia mayor jim kenney echoed the family's sentiments. >> to be turned around in philadelphia, the birthplace of america and put back on the same plane to be sent back for 15 more hours to a country whose own government is gassing and bombing their own citizens, to me it's just an unconscionable cold
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Oct 6, 2015 4:00pm EDT
live team coverage on what happened and the impact on students. we begin with nbc 10's george spencer live in the digital operations center. george? >> investigators are confident police say their response was both seamless and automatic. you could hear the s.w.a.t. team commander giving orders to his unit in this cell phone video recorded by a student as police hunted for the person allegedly armed with a gun in the middle of this urban campus. students were hiding in their classrooms. >> just me and my teacher. i saw about one other person on the floor at the time. it was like a scary movie. >> we hear school, obviously, we're coming hard. >> joe sullivan tells us it appears this morning's incident began after a series of confrontations between two students and today people saw one of them with a gun. s.w.a.t. teams first zeroed in on the student center as the last place that suspect was seen. >> we begin that search, but at the same time receiving information from s.w.a.t. inside the building and also from detectives outside the building. >> those outside detectives were simultaneo
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Sep 24, 2015 4:00pm EDT
evolving picture. george spencer is on board. can you see today? >> reporter: as you're saying it's a city transforms. and a lot of transformations have happened just since overnight. you see the imposing looking black fencing that we believe to be the primary security perimeter. look at what else we're seeing. you see the chain link fencing outside one of the larger apartment buildings along the parkway. that seems to be more crowd separation by the building. keeping the enormous clouds away from the building itself. and then as we widen out, you can see what's really going to be the heart of this weekend's events. the heart of the papal events, events which city leaders are still expecting to attract massive and worldwide crowds. at the reading terminal market this afternoon, the crowds had arrived in the world meeting of families green and the shop owners inside are seeing a different type of green too. but mostly from the convention as city regulars appear to be keeping their distance. >> the impact has been been positive. we see an influx of people coming from the convention. however,
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Mar 18, 2016 4:00pm EDT
initially thought. george spencer joins us live with that new information that we learned from investigators. george. >> rosemary, the belgian prime minister came out and said that three suspects were arrested in today's operation, including salah abdeslam. he had been on the run for four months before his arrest today. he was the only suspect in the paris attacks who was still at large. the prime minister tweeted he received congratulations from president obama about that capture. belgian news outlets report that abdeslam was hurt in the raid, while another suspect was shot dead. authorities think abdeslam was the eighth attacker in that coordinated isis assault in paris that killed 130 people, out enjoying a friday night back in november, one was abdeslam's brother who blew himself up. authorities say the suspect slipped into bell jam after the spree. they will want to know how he evaded authorities for so long and will want him to answer questions about the plotting of the terror attack. earlier this week we can tell you that a separate raid targeting other suspects in the p
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Oct 30, 2017 4:00pm EDT
foreign bank accounts. also revealed, george papadopoulous applipleaded guil lying to fbi agents about his interaction with the minute thes handed down, nbc 10 followed the story and delay clark is joining us with the latest. >> reporter: a busy day with two indictment and one guilty play. us with the latest. >> reporter: a busy day with two indictment and one guilty play. the president says this has nothing to do with him. late this afternoon, the first court appearance for paul manafort and deputy campaign chair rick gates. they are facing charges including conspiracy against the united states and money laundering. they are accused of hiding tens of millions of dollars made while working as unregistered agents for the ukranian government between 2006 and 2016. they pleaded not guilty. a third person trump campaign adviser george papadopoulous appli pleaded xwiltdy guilty to lying fbi nep are t fbi. these are the first chaernlgs to come out of the sbishl investigation, but the white house brushed the charges offer. >> today's announcement has nothing to do with the president or
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May 13, 2016 4:00pm EDT
center of the martin shooting is back on the auction block this afternoon. george zimmerman claims it's the same gun he used to kill martin four years ago. a second website is auctioning the gun after another site backed out yesterday. at one appointment, someone bid $65 million. thatting the was deleted, and the bid did not count. george zimmerman was acquitted and argued he defended himself when he shot the unarmed black teenager. >>> new developments in bridgegait. a judge delayed release of a list of people involved in the scandal who were not charged. now, that list includes the names of public employees and officials involve in a plot to close lanes of the george washington bridge three years ago. prosecutors were set to release that list at noon today. a judge pushed the deadline to next tuesday after someone anonymously filed a request to keep that list private. governor christie does not expect to be on the list. > > >>>. >> love that music. the man who hopes to be the future of the franchise talks since signing. he address the media this afternoon, and eagle thes selected
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Nov 12, 2015 4:00pm EST
a driver hit a police cruiser and then took off. >> nbc 10 george spencer is live in chester following the latest developments. george? >> reporter: jacqueline, especially alarming because we're told the chase apparently unfolded as school was letting out and kids were walking home in this neighborhood. the suspect apparently ditched his car in this empty lot in the middle of the neighborhood and ran off on foot, sending the neighborhood into lock down. nbc 10 was on scene as police and their search dogs set up a perimeter in this area and combed the neighborhood looking for the suspect. this all apparently started about six blocks from here when undercover officers tried to pull over a suspect driving a cadillac escalade. the suspect had an outstanding warrant. he panicked and sped off, hitting a police car with an officer inside as he left. the chase ensued, moving around the neighborhood, even entering i-95 for a while, then returning to local roads before finally the suspect ditched his car in this vacant lot on merry street. this is the suspect, this is the field where t
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Feb 2, 2016 4:00pm EST
. george spencer will pick up coverage this weekend in new hampshire. look for his reports beginning sunday night. >>> the son of a local congressman is serving his five-year sentence on fraud and tax evasion charges. the judge sentenced chaka fattah jr. this morning. prosecutors say he lied to banks to get business loans to support an extravagant lifestyle. he is the son of chaka fattah. he was at the sentencing and contends this is nothing but a smear campaign against his family. >> taking my only son, and they have i guess they suggested this is justice, i'll leave it for others to decide. >> congressman fattah is accused in an unrelated case of misusing federal grant money, his trial to begin in may. congressman fattah is married to renee fattah. >> a school was on lock down after a police officer's gun disappeared. officials tells us school safety officer left his weapon in his car. he believes it was stolen but isn't sure when. the gun hasn't been found but the lock down was lifted before 2:00 this afternoon. >>> new video in of a shooting, police are hoping you'll recognize th
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Feb 18, 2016 4:00pm EST
votes for legislators not in the building, one out of the country. george spencer tracks down one of the leaders who ghost voted during the heated budget debate. >> also a young life saved by a local police officer. still ahead hear what this little guy's mother is saying about the officer's actions that brought her son back from the brink. >> plus, philadelphia police tweet an offer to help kanye west get out of debt. their proposition to the struggling star. >> and bye-bye banker, the new spin on an age old board game that is breaking from tradition. dear fellow citizen, i know how it feels to save for retirement and college - times two. i get that it can be overwhelming, because i'm living it. but i always tell people - saving's not that complicated. you just have to work with what you have. if you have a question about saving, ask me. sincerely, alex payne. fellow dad and fellow citizen. >>> watch what is about to emerge from this sinkhole in state college. the hole's 15 feet deep. look at this. yeah, there was a dog trapped down there. not for long. the firefighter used the harn
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Feb 1, 2016 4:00pm EST
hampshire as well. george spencer will follow the candidates there, as they get ready for the first primary election one week from today. look for george's reports beginning on sunday. >> a mild start to our work week and nbc 10 photographer captured this great shot from fairmount park this morning. you can see the philadelphia skyline beneath overcast skies. in the lehigh valley signs of the blizzard still remain, nbc 10 in bethlehem where the shovels are still out. and look at the nbc 10 radar. a wall of rain is starting to move through our area at this hour. and it's threatening commuters with a wet ride home. as you can see from this live picture of 95 in south philadelphia, it is already a wet ride. >> be careful out there. glenn is tracking the rain. >> it's a fairly large area of rain moving quickly so it's not going to last that long but is coming right during the afternoon rush. you can see the drops on the camera lens. it is raining in the philadelphia area right now. it's a solid area of rain, so once it gets started it's going to be a couple hours straight of rain. some
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Dec 29, 2016 4:00pm EST
comes out. reporting live in south philadelphia, i'm george spencer, nbc10 news. >>> a mixed bag of weather this morning throughout the region. >> depending on where you live, your day may have started with snow or with rain. a light coding was enough to slow the pace. this car slid off the road in lo low -- >> most of us saw plenty of rain today. the snow was a welcome sight meanwhile for the skiers on camelback mountain, the lifts were packed, the slopes where are busy. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is tracking the conditions right now. >> the people that were supposed to get the snow got the snow, the people that were expecting the rain got the rain. and now we're getting the wind. and the wind is bringing in the colder air. it's a 45 in philadelphia now, that's as high as it's been all day. 40 in allentown, that's their highest. that's quite a change from a couple of days ago. the rain from earlier, that has all moved out, we have some snow flurries in central pennsylvania trying to make its way over the mountains, could hit parts of berks county and the poconos this evening. but w
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Mar 3, 2017 4:00pm EST
turned out they had the wrong address. nbc 10's george spencer talked to the tenant about this frightening experience. >> we're not just talking about cops showing up at the wrong house, officers broke down the door and slapped handcuffs on him? >> it was a frightening experience with philadelphia police acknowledging late this afternoon it was all sparked by address confusion. officials say they did end up arresting a suspect nearby here this morning in this same case. but not before an innocent man was jolted awake, searched, and handcuffed. >> it was look. >> reporter: he tells us that banging woke him from his sleep. but before he could even get to his living room, police with guns drawn had already busted through his front door, pushing him into the corner and handcuffing him. >> so i was standing like this, and she was like, you know, put me in the cuffs. >> reporter: she had you in this corner. >> had me here. >> reporter: in the handcuffs. it was astonish for the native of sierra leone with no legal trouble studying at west chester university. he knew immediately they h
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Dec 23, 2015 4:00pm EST
travel. just about $2 a gallon. george spencer talking to travelers. >> live along interstate 76 with more on how people are getting around the rainy rush. >> reporter: suffice it to say, it has not been an idea travel day as we checked out roads, rails and airport today. 76 here through center city and the vine street expressway one example. lots of people trying to get out but the weather is not cooperating. the roads were slick and headlights were on as turnpike lit up with holiday travelers this afternoon. many pushed through today's springlike conditions, as they drove, travis goforth and his wife heading from south carolina to south jersey. >> that's one of the reasons we came this way, stay away friday d.c., baltimore with the fog and rain. this has been fairly easy drive coming through here. >> reporter: with low gas prices and unseasonably warm weather the pennsylvania turnpike authority expecting record breaking traffic over the holiday, 4.2 million drivers. megan was among them heading from harrisburg to atlantic city airport for a flight. how has the turnpike been for you?
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Jun 14, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. george spencer will join us. >>> back here at home to the weather now, these people taking advantage of today's dip in temperatures. they are strolling along main street. good time for it. they are wearing pants too. nbc 10 meteorologist glenn schwartz is here with the cooldown f you will. >> that's right, remember yesterday record 96 degrees. today, it's 83 degrees. 24 hours later, fair amount of sunshine today. some clouds. some places not even to 80 degrees. in the 0s. you'll see some of that in delaware. it's 85 in marshaltown. and 85 in ready point. look toward the beaches, it's 71 with the wind coming off the ocean. quite a change from yesterday. it's going down. 81 tomorrow. 79 on friday. it's near 90 degrees with high humidity. we haven't had had the high humidity with the heat the last couple days. below normal temperatures. we have some wet weather starting on friday. and weekend kind of steamy and stormy. tomorrow neither steamy or stormy. it's 81 in fairmont. a lot of sunshine. low humidity. it's a beautiful day. long port at 68 at the shore with that wind coming in off t
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Jan 26, 2017 4:00pm EST
trump calls for an investigation into a voter fraud. george spencer does his own investigation into voter registration records, including the president's daughter, tiffany. >>> just in time for the super bowl, how a favorite snack chip is trying to make sure you party safely. >>> well that warmer weather is pretty much gone. we're headed back toward winter temperatures by the end of the week. i'm tracking that drop in the most accurate weather forecast. >>> breaking news just within the past hour president donald trump says he will impose a 20% tax on products imported from mexico in order to pay for the border wall. >> that announcement comes a short time after he spoke here in philadelphia telling his fellow republicans they will be busier than they have been in decades. >> think of everything we can achieve and remember who we must achieve it for. we're here now because tens of millions of americans have placed their hopes in us. to transfer power from washington, d.c. and give it back to the people. >> the president plans to be busy but he has one less appointment on his agenda
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Dec 28, 2015 4:00pm EST
. >>> the crowned prince of the harlem globetrotters has died. george "meadow lark" lemon passed away yesterday. he played in more than 7,500 consecutive games during his 24 years with the globetrotters. lemon may have been the most popular globe trotter combining skills, showmanship, a spokesperson did not know the cause of death. lemon was 83 years old. >>> a lot of people talking about the al jazeera documentary that accused peyton manning and ryan howard of doping. now that reporter is standing by her story. debra davies appeared on m srsn today to discuss. she denied claims al jazeera paid a pharmacist the network secretly recorded who claimed to provide professional athletes with performance enhancing drugs. he later recanted his claims. peyton manning threatened to sue al jazeera, but the reporter pointed out manning has not denied he had hgh secretly shipped to his wife in 2011 while he was recovering from a neck injury. and ryan howard is also denying claims he doped. the attorneys are threatening legal action. his lawyer released this statement which reads in part, "the extr
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Nov 8, 2017 4:00pm EST
road. all new at 5:00, nbc10's george spencer talks more about the tool that has become so critical for first aid in the streets. >>>. >>> now to your first alert weather. a live look at boathouse row where the temps will be dropping when the sun sets about 40 minutes from now. beautiful shot, though. a fall feel on the links today. these guys braved the colder temps at dupont country club in wilmington to get maybe one last round in for the year. glenn "hurricane" schwartz joins us live from the gloucester premium outlets today. >> since you're at the mall. if you are not dressed warmly enough, you need warmer gloves, you have them ready to go and you can get the proper attire. >>> it does help to dress properly. coat, ear and scalp covered. it was 70 degrees a few days ago. at least we had sunshine and blue skies out there today. we'll take a look at the camera and see what we've got. mostly sunny skies. we're going to have clearing conditions during the night tonight. there is wilmington, delaware, with fair-weather clouds out there. temperatures are only in the 40s north and wes
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Oct 9, 2017 4:00pm EDT
10 george spencer looked at school guidelines. he shares what he has uncovered, all new at 5:00. >>> here first alert weather. umbrellas are out. a dreary day as people clutched onto those umbrellas trying to avoid the wind and rain. gray skies down the shoreline. the empty beaches at cape may on a windy and rainy day there as well. this afternomnx tropical storm nate hit three different states causing heavy damage to trees and businesses. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is with us now. >> it doesn't really feel like fall. >> absolutely. and it's the humidity that is the worst part of this thing. the humidity is like july. if we didn't have those clouds, the temperature would be like july, we have clouds everywhere but not much on the radar anymore. that rain that we got was very much needed. we've had three straight weeks with virtually nothing. and that was a good kind of rain. and then, not much left. we'll get to dry out during the night tonight to see the isolated showers, especially at dover and down into south jersey as we go into the evening. the average high is philadelphia
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Nov 17, 2017 4:00pm EST
continues on nbc news. investigative reporter, george spencer, is taking a closer look at the facility's fire safety records. to see videos and photos from the scene and read stories of neighbors helping neighbors, just tap the nbc 10 app. >>> breaking news out of new york city where fire has broken out in an apartment building. this is a live picture from that scene. the apartment building is in upper manhattan. no injuries have been reported. we will continue to monitor the situation out of new york. >>> nbc 10 alert weather tracking some rain. a lot of people paying close attention to first alert radar to find out how this next system could impact their plans for tomorrow. big day for shopping. with lots of sun, it was a pretty nice day to be out there shopping. a lot of people will be out and about, going to the grocery stores and getting ready for thanksgiving coming up this weekend. >> those lines are going to be packed. should she go to avoid the rain, now, earlier. first alert meteorologist, glen "hurricane" schwartz is here to tell us the most accurate weather forecast. >> now i
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Jul 13, 2016 4:00pm EDT
. >> nbc 10's george spencer will help mentor some of the young journalists. the dnc is july 25th through the 28th. >> they'll have a great mentor in george. >>> one carmaker is launching a new car that can do a lot of the driver's job for them. >>> the label on your favorite beer could soon be changing. what could soon be listed on the side of the can or bottle. >>> a sweet success. how a small ice cream shop in delaware took on the state to fix a problem that had customers getting lost on their way to their sugary fix. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20 oz. cup of coffee, tommy can download 30 songs, and jan can upload 120 photos. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. and right now you can get 100 meg internet with equal upload and dowloads speeds, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? webuyanycar.com takes the hassle out
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Oct 13, 2017 4:00pm EDT
history. george spencer is life with what's happening right now. >> right now, 21 separate wildfires are burning, each one of them approximately the size of fairmount park. those fires are only about 10% contained as crews scramble to do everything they can to control them. more than 3,500 homes and businesses have now been destroyed. including the home of charles schultz, the creator of the iconic peanuts comic. >> there's a lot of small farmers out there who have invested their life's savings and it's -- for a lot of them it will be gone. >> some remains are actually intact bodies, much easier to identify and get things from. some are merely ash and bones. >> tough to listen to those descriptions. take a look at how damaging this is a tree that was hollowed out by the flames. that fire you see there, somehow torched the tree from the inside out. things might get worse for the firefighters out there in california. the flames around more and force live in the breaking news center, i'm george spencer, nbc 10 news. >> our coverage of the wildfires continues online. if you want to help
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Jun 14, 2016 4:00pm EDT
from survivors and the doctors who are working tirelessly to save their lives. >> george spencer joins us live from orlando. >> reporter: and jacqueline, prayers and visitors continue 59 this memorial site today, even as doctors confirm that the final death toll from this attack may still grow by one or two. the most critically injured victims are still in a perilous state. today, we piece together the medical response to all of this and found fast team work and one stroke of incredibly good luck. the pulse nightclub about a mile south of where we're standing. the hospital that treated many of the victims only a few blocks away from that. >> i look over and i'm just there laying down, and i'm thinking, i'm dead. >> reporter: like so many, angel colon laid on the floor on the nightclub, prepared to night. >> all i could hear is the shots one after another. people screaming for help. >> reporter: less than half a mile away on the very same street, the orlando region's largest trauma unit was jolting into highest gear. >> i think almost every person i called answered the phone. i sa
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Sep 8, 2015 4:00pm EDT
were crossing broad street on red. nbc 10's george spencer is live at the accident scene north of city hall. investigators are still trying to piece all this together. >> reporter: yeah, piece together those details and verify the witness accounts. it seems the two victims were crossing broad in this direction when they were hit by that taxicab. up in phoenixville today, the hometown of one of the victims, we encountered an entire workplace community in mourning. 25-year-old amanda digirolomo studied exercise science as an undergrad and when the time came for an internship and job, the phoenixville native joined her mother and two sisters working at their local ymca. today that entire workplace is in mourning. >> she was a wonderful, vibrant young women. >> reporter: the director tells us digirolomo was a wellness center attendant here. witnesses tell police the taxi driver who hit her and her friend, bryan botti, had the green light and the victims were crossing on red around 4:30 yesterday morning. sources also say that drive volunteered to give a blood sample to prove he wasn't
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Jan 8, 2016 4:00pm EST
through before it was used last night. george spencer, nbc 10 news. >> members of the islamic community say they agree with mayor kenney, the shooting cannot be justified by any religion. we are united with our fellow philadelphians and decry this and all senseless violence and urge that we do more to prevent the proliferation of guns on our streets. >> police commissioner says he's amazed the officer not only survived, but fought back, as well. >> he made this call moments after the shooting. >> shots fired, i'm shot. bleeding heavily! >> this afternoon we're hearing from officer hartnett's father on what he calls a nightmare for the family. >> lauren mayk outside presbyterian hospital where doctors are treating the injured officer right now. lauren? >> reporter: good afternoon. officer hartnett was hit three times, three bullets all in the left arm. as you mentioned his boss, police commissioner, he is amazed he is alive, but his family, they are proud. at bob hartnett's auto repair, today it's about jesse. what has this past 24 hours been like for you? >> like a nightmare,
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Aug 22, 2016 4:00pm EDT
cliff. danelle geier was arrested in the death of george bettig. george ishler was charged last week. he was associate professor of studies at penn state and he was lured to a quarry by telling them they would be harvesting marijuana plants and they pushed him off a cliff instead. the two thought they would benefit from a will the professor had recently signed. >>> new details on a stabbing in a popular old city bar this weekend. police say the victim of the stabbing at blue martini has died. he's been identified at 33-year-old andrew hazleton of blackwood. police say there was an argument early saturday morning and then hazleton was stabbed in the neck. the victim ran outside the bar on second street and then collapsed. police have not said if they have made any arrests in the case. >>> the father of a toddler killed by an alligator at disney world reached into the animal's mouth to try to free his son's head. that is according to the final record on the child's death released by florida's wildlife agency today. it says the 7 foot gator beat 2-year-old lane gray's head back in june as h
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Mar 7, 2016 4:00pm EST
was their first vacation together as a family of four. and the first time george and charlotte played in the snow. >> cute. >>> impending new jersey transit rail strike back here at home could have a big impact in our area. >> if it happens it's less than a week away. the contingency plans and what it means for the thousands who rely on these trains. >> the new line of defense that will soon keepp atlantic city police officers safer. >>> coming up at 5:00, nbc 10 gets new answers from septa, a man died after this struggle with one of its police officers. today we get the results from their internal investigation. that's coming up all new at 5:00. ieto. nieto. pena.pena.pen ♪ i've been a turkey farmer my whole life... and i raise turkey for shady brook farms®. we don't use growth-promoting antibiotics, that's just the way things should be done. that's important to me. my name is glenn, and i'm an independent turkey farmer. (female announcer) shady brook farms®. no growth-promoting antibiotics, just honest, simple turkey. >>> clock ticking down to a possible rail strike for early su
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Mar 16, 2016 4:00pm EDT
. rosemary connors live outside george washington carver high school with more on the memorial and concern surrounding his death. >> reporter: very emotional afternoon here at carver high school of engineering and science. you can see the flag out front is at half-staff. the principal and students tell me it in honor of jonathan briggs who died of bacterial mennen the guy. video we gathered. you can see the student body came together in the schoolyard with balloons which they released into the sky as a tribute to jonathan. this has been very difficult for the school community because jonathan was so young, this was sudden and he was very involved. played on the undefeated jv basketball team. we spoke to students who described him as a good athlete and friend. we spoke to his coach about the outpouring of support over past few days. >> huge shock, obviously yesterday. kids didn't even know him hugging each other, supporting each other, this morning, even last night, getting text messages, phone calls from parents, kids, asking for pictures, any tributes. >> a gentle giant. he's husky, when
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Nov 10, 2016 4:00pm EST
on unpaid tolls. so george spencer tracked down the really worse violators that should feel the impact first. >> reporter: did you know you were the biggest violator in our region? >> i didn't know. >> reporter: unpaid violations for his trucking company piled up behind his back, but the bill is now hitting him head on. >> i don't know really how to deal with the commission, i really don't. >> reporter: the turnpike commission says his company owes more than $79,000. it's his delinquency that makes regular toll payers furious. >> i pay $75 a month, these people should be paying too. >> reporter: we found the truth is, up until now, the pennsylvania turnpike commission couldn't even take away your driver's license. >> these guys don't have the power to do that. >> what we have the power to do is send you to collections, send you a lot of letters. >> reporter: the commission's ceo says that weak enforcement has allowed some violate fors to rack up huge totals. the very biggest is north jersey's green coast logistics, records we pulled show it owes 678,000 in unpaid tolls and fines
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Jan 24, 2017 4:00pm EST
settlement. >>> new details on the health of former president george h.w. bush. doctors in houston now say he's sitting up, talking with visitors and doing physical therapy. the 92-year-old is recovering from pneumonia. former first lady barbara bush was released from the same hospital yesterday after being treated for bronchitis. she is back today as a visitor by her husband's side. >>> 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with questions over a concert venue in wilmington. >> business owners along market street in downtown wilmington say they need the queen theater to bring in big money but the venue's future is in question right now with a new developer taking over. nbc 10's delaware bureau reporter tim furlong explains. >> reporter: ben harper has played here. >> here in wilmington the other day. >> reporter: hillary clinton held a campaign rally here. it helped boost wilmington's market street renaissance but now cafe live decided it isn't making enough money so they're pulling out. this guy works nearby and he said that it has slowed down. >> there were definitely times because th
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Apr 28, 2016 4:00pm EDT
, now, you know. >> victims say there may be a light at the end of the tunnel. george spencer explains why tonight at 6:00. >> now to the decision 2016 coverage. cruz is comparing former house speaker boehner to donald trump after boehner had harsh words for cruz. the texas senator said boehner let inner-trump come out calling cruz lucifer in the flesh at a town hall event yesterday. today, cruz attempted to turn boehner's criticism to a slam on trump while campaigning in indiana. take a listen. >> you want someone a texting and golfing buddy, if you're happy with john boehner as speaker of the house and want a president like boehner, trump's your man. >> adding he never worked with boehner and would be surprised if they ever exchanged more than 50 words. >> jenner took trump on the offer to use a bathroom of her choice in manhattan. >> that way. >> thank you. >> jenner documented the trip to the women's room on her facebook page. last week on "today" trump said he wouldn't mind if jenner used the women's bathroom at trump tower calling for dismiss sal of north carolina's so-c
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May 19, 2016 4:00pm EDT
pay off debts from the george washington bridge scandal. christie endorsed trump weeks after suspending his campaign for president. last week, trump named christytie to head the team if trump wins in november. for complete coverage including social media updates from the candidates on the campaign trail and current tracker, tap the nbc 10 app. >>> reading police officer surrendered today after authorities say he was caught on camera hitting a woman and smashing her cell phone. this was a story we first told you about yesterday on nbc 10 news at 4:00. the officer faces several charges now. investigators says the video shows him punching the woman and throwing her phone on the ground after a traffic stop last month. they placed him on leave, and the lawyer says the video clip does not tell the whole story. >>> two of the three teenagers charged after the death of a delaware high school student are now scheduled for trial next month. both waived arraignments this morning. they are charged with conspiracy in the death of amy joiner frances who died after a fight in a bathroom at
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Feb 5, 2016 4:00pm EST
lead over clinton in new hampshire. count on nbc 10 for your coverage. george spencer will report live from the new hampshire primary starting sunday at 11:00 p.m. >>> from the "nbc 10 news" delaware bureau it's official, today was the ground breaking for the 301 toll road. the purpose of the new route is to help traffic run more smoothly from the maryland border in southwest kent county up to around middletown. plus it will help take trucks from the existing 301 and other roads. the $470 million construction project is expected to generate nearly $800 million for the delaware economy and create 5200 new jobs. tim will explain the benefits of the 301 coming up at 5:30. >> pennsylvania still doesn't have a budget for the current year but tom wolf is planning for next year's budget with a major merger, to save money and share resources. >> the goal is to make our government work better. i want it to work smarter, i want it to work better in terms of using the resources we use more efficiently and effectively. >> the governor is proposing to consolidate the board of probation and par
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Nov 23, 2016 4:00pm EST
incredible kindness. >> george h.w. bush was the first to pardon a turkey. >>> retailers are getting ready for the post holiday shopping rush, some malls won't be waiting for the black friday crowds. among those the places opening at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving. the king of prussia mall, the philadelphia mall in the northeast, the christiana mall in newark, delaware, and the cherry hill mall and the mall in blackwood, new jersey. people are already lining up to cash in on those post holiday deals. the store's doors don't open until 5:00 tomorrow night. and it wasn't clear if anyone was in there when we stopped by at 8:00 a.m., but if they were, that means they would end up waiting well over 30 hours outside the k orkohl's. >>> shoppers should pack their patience and their umbrellas tomorrow. >> we're mostly just going to be dealing with cloud cover, most if not all of the holiday weekend is going to be dry, we're seeing a lot of sunshine today, some clouds in the western sky that you can see now, those are really, really high clouds not capable of producing any rain. we're up in the 50s, 40s
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Feb 2, 2017 4:00pm EST
the george washington bridge lane closing scandal. he accuses the governor of knowing about the alleged political retaliation plot against the democratic mayor. but doing nothing to stop it. christie has denied any involvement. >>> my faithful followers, i clearly see a perfect clear shadow of me. six more weeks of winter it shall be. >> if you believe in the prognosticating powers of groundhogs, there's more winter ahead for us. punxsutawny phil saw his shadow. tradition states that means six more weeks of winter. the handlers revealed phil's forecast at sunrise today. for those keeping score at home, phil has predicted more than -- more winter 103 times while forecasting an early spring only 18 times. for the real deal on the forecast, nothing against punxsutawny phil but we have glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> thanks. i have my own that i consult with. >> oh, boy. >> every year at this time. and the reason that punxsutawny phil sees his shadow is that he always sees his shadow because there's always six more weeks of winter in north western pennsylvania. it's really cold and c
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Dec 7, 2015 4:00pm EST
>>> a teacher at george washington high school in philadelphia had to go to the hospital after a student punched him in the face today. the school district tells us the teacher took away a 9th grader's cell phone. two students tried to get it back and that's when one of the students punch the teacher. the students were suspended and face expulsion. >>> the discovery of a bullet inside radnor high caused police to sweep the building. they were given the all clear. it's still unclear where the bullet came from. >>> now to new information about the terror attack in san bernardino, california. in the last hour the fbi gave an update on the shooters. among the new facts released, the two took target practice just days before the deadly assault, and we just received this photo of syed farook and tashfeen malik. it's the most recent photograph of the two that's been made public. keith jones is reporting live with more on today's newest developments. >> reporter: one thing we've learned, the two shooters honed their skills leading up to their attack last week. that includes practicing at
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Mar 30, 2017 4:00pm EDT
colleague george spencer got done talking to his u father. >> to washington now where law maukers are taking the next big step into the investigation into russian election hacking. >> the senate intelligence committee is holding its first public hearing. lawmakers are promising the investigation will be both a comprehensive and bipartisan effort. during today's testimony, russian, perts told the panel the russian president has not stopped his alleged disinformation campaign in america. >> it's also i believe about holding russia accountable for this unprecedented attack on our democracy. and it is about arming ourselves so we can identify and stop it when it. happens again and trust me it will happen again if we don't take action. >> on the other side, squalling continues between the chairman of the house intelligence committee and democrat you can members about how to move forward with their investigation. >>> president trump is threatening the conservative group that opposed him on health care. this morning trump tweeted the freedom caucus will hurt the entire republican agenda
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