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Nov 10, 2014 5:00pm EST
number and e-mail address may have been taken. >>> president obama says the u.s. and china will start granting visas to each other's citizens that are good for up to a decade. the president made that announcement today at a high-level summit in beijing. he says the deal will create 440,000 new jobs and generate $85 billion by 2021. the u.s. and 11 other countries have been pursuing a long delayed trade pact. but key obstacles remain. >> china to become an innovative economy, that values the protection of intellectual property rights. yes, to stand up for human rights and freedom of the press. >> the president is walking a fine line with china's president xi jinping. >>> today marks the final day of the incubation period for a maine nurse being monitored for ebola. kaci hickox flu into newark liberty international airport last month after treating ebola patients in west africa. new jersey governor chris christie said she should be held in isolation. she fought that order and went home to maine. her 21-day monitoring period ends tonight. she's not opposed to returning to west africa, sh
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Jun 5, 2015 5:00pm EDT
cyber security experts on china. >> nbc 10 national correspondent steve steve handelsman has the latest. >> 4 million federal workers are learning by e-mail that their names, social security numbers and birthdays were stolen. >> upsetting. upsetting. because that's personal information. >> that's already done. >> you worry about your credit about having your i.d. stolen? >> yeah. that's something that scares me a lot. >> security experts agree china is the chief suspect despite this denial today. >> chinese government is against any form of cyber attack. >> the nsa in a program ordered by president obama and revealedç:í today by edward snowden and the "new york times" had been using secret new cyber weapons to block suspected hackers like the chinese. though the white house did not accuse beijing or anyone else today. >> the less they know about what we know about what they did, the better. >> but opm, the office of personnel management got hit. government workers, private data back to the mid-80s. experts suggest the motive might not be identity theft for profit. >> this is a
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Jul 8, 2015 5:00pm EDT
be more worried about other factors on the market like the chris's in greece and china? >> without a doubt, that's what's really going to impact your holdings if you have them. a trading glitch like this increasingly we live in a world where technology is preeminent it's also vulnerable. once in a while this this is going to happen. any stocks that are traded on the floor of the new york stock exchange were routed elsewhere, there are electronic exchanges that picked up the trading. the only real impact was the decline in trading volume on the new york stock exchange. what's weighing on the markets today. concerns about slowing growth in china. the world's second largest economy, and the ongoing debt crisis in greece which has yet to be resolved and is a problem for the global markets for the past five years. >> a lot of concern and we will continue to watch. mary thompson, thank you. >>> back out live to the tarmac in bolivia, it appears pope francis has just arrived, the pontiff is right there among those dark suits right there. he took off from ecuador, the pontiff is going to be
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Mar 17, 2015 5:00pm EDT
. >>> from rooemme to rio, london to china, 150 landmarks and sites across the globe have turned green in honor of st. patrick's day. the disney castle in paris, even the great wall of china, the chryslerries christ the redeemer statue in rio. how irish is your town? >> all the boat houses along the schuylkill illuminated green. >> beautiful. >> gorgeous. our area features three of the top ten largest concentrations of irish-americans. according to real estate website trulia boston has the highest percentage of people whose primary ancestry is irish. more than 20% of the city's fop lags. camden with 14.8%. philadelphia is right behind it, 14.2%. and wilmington is tenth with 13% of its population claiming irish descent, based on u.s. census data. other counties cape may county is the most irish with 21.8% of its population being. irish ancestry. gloucester and bucks tied for third with 17.8%. >>> vince lattanzio with this nbc10 digital story. he just wants his job back after suffering severe injuries investigators say, at the hands of two philadelphia police officers. he lost his job at
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Jun 30, 2014 5:00pm EDT
as if they are trying to get closer. not me. >>> a truck driver in china has to go back to driving school after he was caught on camera driving the wrong way down an expressway. cameras on an expressway caught this video on friday. he told please he made a u-turn when he realized he was going the wrong way. he has been fined and ordered back to driving school. >>> a remarkable story for you. you will only see this on n nbc10.c nbc10.com. eugene spij disappeared 62 years ago. he has been found and will return home. find out how this mystery was solved in our digital exclusive story only on nbc10.com. >>> the unsolved death of a local mom that has a local community stumped. >> police asking for your help. amid the grief one year later cops an outpours of support. a special tribute that organizers hope will lift others. >>> waiting continues as pennsylvania lawmakers try to agree on a budget. the deadline is midnight. where does everything stand now? that's next at 6:00. >>> amazing grace. >> laced with emotion one year later. a community celebrating the life of carol. >> to carry on.
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Apr 22, 2015 5:00pm EDT
mom decided it was better to bury her here instead of china. she had only been here for seven months. she planned to stay here longer. she felt part as boston so we felt she should stay here. >> reporter: a ball room dancer who lost a leg in the bombing stopped at the defense table on her way off the witness stand and glared at dzhokhar tsarnaev. a mere one or two feet away from him before finally walking out of the courtroom tsarnaev never looked up. >> for more coverage of the penalty phase of the boston marathon trial bombing, watch nbc news at 6:30 right here on nbc10. >>> school teachers in berlin are coming under fire. they assigned children a math problem calculating a plane through mountainous terrain. the assignment came during the final math exam. berlin said in a statement, they agreed, there had been a lack of sensitivity. >>> a mother and daughter with ties to our area decide in that crash, yvonne selke and her daughter emily graduated from drexel university in 2013. >>> millions of turkeys and chicken are being euthanized because of avian flu. the birds have not gone in
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May 15, 2015 5:00pm EDT
launched from china. the university notifying 18,000 people whose information, including social security number, was stored on the target targeted computers but there's no evidence that information was stolen in those attacks. rutgers was also the target of a recent attack. these attacks led to outages in internet service. the fbi has been helping rutgers with the investigation. >>> sky forceforce10 was over the scene of an incident this morning following a mysterious odor. workers said they smelled something sweet and then felt sick and dizzy. one employee fainted. crews did not find hazardous chemicals. the center is used by carriers to pick up mail for delivery. customers do not go there. >>> police need help identifying these men wanted for robbing a 7 e lev en in southwest philadelphia on tuesday around 2:00 in the morning. the two men were captured on surveillance video inside the convenience store on south 70th street. one man pulled a gun on the cashier. the second man armed with a knife went to the back of the store. they got away with about $350. no one was hurt. >>> w
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Sep 8, 2014 5:00pm EDT
disappeared flying to china march 8th. the last radio contact with the pilot sounded routine, but the jet dropped off radar and stopped automatic data transmission. investigators later found evidence that someone turned the plane around and flew to the remote southern indian ocean. the question remains, where is it. >> the fact we have not found debris from 370 is one of the largest mysteries to me. there are so many light objects in the airplane, things like styrofoam cups or seat cushions themselves. they float for a very, very long time. >> experts have refined the search zone again and a new phase is about to begin. meanwhile, grieving families in the netherlands are waiting for remains of loves ones killed when another airliner was shot over eastern ukraine in july. all on board died. only 183 have been positively identified. >>> marking another tragedy 20 years later. this evening, families of 132 passengers and crew killed when a u.s. air flight crashed near pittsburgh international airport are coming together one last time. the group known as the flight 427 air disaster support le
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Mar 27, 2015 5:00pm EDT
china, in the pyramids so the concept has been around for a long time. >> reporter: they make it stronger and less likely to crack. >> when you try to pull something apart, it resists it. that's tensil strength, you can't pull it awart. >> reporter: 43,000 tons of the fiber-reinforced asphalt is being tested in bucks county. approval for use across the commonwealth is expected this summer. >> these fibers will essentially hold everything together and extend the life of it. >> reporter: extend the life of the roadway about 40%. however, it comes with a 10% increase in production costs. that could mean higher fees. motorists we talked to today say, money well spent. live in king of prussia, jesse gary nbc10. >>> we do know pothole season is in full swing. crews across the region are working nonstop to fill those holes. philadelphia street departments have filled more than 15,500 potholes since the beginning of the year. our cameras have captured road crews out working filling up those caters. no word how many more need to be filled or how long the process will take. >>> peco custom
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Jun 18, 2015 5:00pm EDT
archbishop of newark. >> reporter: the pictures out of a rapidly industrialized china are part of the ecological nightmare for a pope named after st. francis of assisi. a papal letter setting church policy takes direct aim at pollution and global warming. it notes the earth, our home is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth. >> it's not a matter of overpopulation. it's overconsumption, improper consumption and consumerism. >> reporter: newark's archbishop notes his diocese has been preaching environmentalism for years. the pope's message not just to his church but to all of humanity has some residents -- >> it helps bring the focus on it because i do believe we need to treat the earth a little better than we have. >> reporter: some catholic conservatives argue the church's biblical mandate gives man dominion over nature. >> just because you have dominion doesn't mean you can do anything you want. especially if it hurts other people and if it hurts the earth. >> reporter: the pope's encyclical describes terms such as plunder at will ecological catastrophe and no
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Nov 12, 2014 5:00pm EST
wrapped up his visit to china and headed to myanmar for regional meetings with the association of southeast asian nations. after arriving, the president had dinner and watched the summit's opening ceremony which included a performance by hundreds of singers and dancers in traditional dress. a few weeks ago çpro-democracy and myanmar resident aung san suu kyi said her country was back sliding. >>> we have new information on the last month, deadly crash involving an experimental space ship in the california desert. turns out the surviving pilot was thrown from the ship before it broke apart on october 31st. he told investigators that he unbuckled from his seat at some point during his fall and his parachute deployed automatically. he also says he wasn't aware his co-pilot had prematurely unlocked the craft's re-entry braking system. his co-pilot was killed in the accident. the virgin galactic spaceship is designed to fly tourists to the edge of space. >>> speaking of the atmosphere, history was made in space today. >> for the first time ever a spacecraft has land on the surface of
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Mar 4, 2015 5:00pm EST
wants to hear again. >>> and a call for change in china on his final visit to the nation. prinsz william makes a passionate appeal. hear what he would like to see ended once and for all. >>> first, here's what's coming up tonight on "nbc10 news" at 6:00. >>> nbc10 just heard mayor nutter's budget plans for philadelphia. new at 6:00, his plan to raise property taxes nearly 10% and how much money it will give city schools. this tanker crash caused thousands of gallons of gas to burst into flames. now nbc10 investigates whether the driver should have been carrying the dangerous load. thank you, cable for the slower internet upload speeds. for making me wait longer to share my photo albums. thank you cable, because if we never had you we wouldn't know the incredible difference verizon fios makes. in customer satisfaction studies, fios is rated #1 in internet speed and reliability - 8 years running. plus, fios has the fastest wi-fi available from any provider. period. see the difference for yourself. get a fios triple play online at an amazing price, guaranteed for two full years! plu
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Nov 11, 2014 5:00pm EST
china's leader several times. he also announced measures that more jobs will be in the u.s. he had brief encounters with russian president vladimir putin. chr kristen welker has more on that. >> reporter: they met three times on the sidelines of the apec economic summit, talking for 15 to 20 minutes. they discussed a range of topics, including iran, syria and ukraine. the united states, one of several western nations that has imposed stiff sanctions against russia for its recent incursion into ukraine. the pictures underscore the frosty relationship between president obama and president putin. it's a stark contrast to chinese president xi jinping. president obama and president xi had several meetings today, including a walk in the garden and a private dinner tonight. >> i would like to take a look at our relationship. >> reporter: now,ç this is all part of president obama's so-called visit to asia. some saying he hasn't followed through on his promise to foster stronger ties with this region. the u.s. touting two announcements, including a new trade deal that will lower tear ri -
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Dec 16, 2014 5:00pm EST
getting a look at spectacular time lapsed video of a meteor shower over china. >> it lit up the sky over northeast china late sunday night. they were visible for an hour and a half about 10:00 sunday evening. at its peak, there were 120 meteors per hour. the meteor shower can usually be seen from december 4th to the 17th. >>> now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> well, we still have rain showers around the area right now. a little too mild for anything but rain. still tracking showers as we go through the rest of your evening, clearing overnight tonight. temperatures get colder to end out the week, not so much tomorrow afternoon but thursday and friday you'll notice a difference in those temperatures. then going into the weekend we're watching the chance for snow. this would be saturday night and into early sunday. i'll show you that in just a minute. 49 in philadelphia, 50 bensalem, through the lehigh valley. temperatures holding at the mid-40s. the mid to upper 40s through much of south jersey and delaware. it's too warm outside, we only have th
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Mar 25, 2015 5:00pm EDT
the hackers are in china after receiving a malicious message sunday their data would be held hostage. the district refused to pay $18,000 in internet currency known as bitcoins. the hackers demanded as ransom. parents are breathing a sigh of relief that all student data was stored on a remote offsite server. >> anybody that's smart enough to figure these things out, they can get access whether through the school system credit card or another way. it's a shame that's the kind of world we live in. >> classroom computers are slowly coming back online. students also resumed testing on the computers. the district must rebuild its servers from scratch. >>> how about this temple continues its run in the national invitational tournament tonight. they topped george washington on sunday to advance in the n.i.t. they face off now against louisiana tech. they beat texas a&m on monday. it's very dangerous when i work on one of these brackets. mine is a mess right now. that game you see right there, tonight, tip-off is at 9:00. the winner moves on to the n.i.t. semifinals at madison square garden.
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Jul 14, 2015 5:00pm EDT
china's. we keep more people behind bars than the top 35 european countries combined. and it hasn't always been the case this huge explosion in incarceration rates. in 1980 there were 500,000 people behind bars in america. half a million people in 1980. i was in college in 1980. many of you were not born in 1980. that's okay. i remember 1980. 500,000. today, there are 2.2 million. it has quadrupled. since 1980. our prison population has doubled in the last two decades alone. now, we need to be honest. there are a lot of folks who belong in prison. if we're going to deal with this problem, and the inequities involved, then we also have to speak honestly. there are some folks who need to be in jail. they may have had terrible things happen to them in their lives. we hold out the hope for redemption but they've done some bad things. murderers, predators, rapists, gang leaders, drug kingpins. we need some of those folks behind bars. our communities are safer thanks to brave police officers and hard-working prosecutors who put those violent criminals in jail. and the studies show that up to a c
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Jun 25, 2014 5:00pm EDT
. sunday, mid 80s. next week, back in the 90s. >>> a man in china cap turz a landslide on his cell phone. 35,000 cubic feet of mud and stone came crashing down a hill blocking a highway. could take up to five days to clear the road. boats are being used on a nearby river to get people around the blockage. >>> worldwide attention is focused on the keystone state. >> it's over a weekend event that promises something for beer lovers who aren't shy, shall we say. right? they will be stripping and sipping. oh boy. this weekend's beer in the buff festival. it's tonight, the behavior that's off limits for those planning to attend. >>> police use cell phone technology to track down a rape suspect. i asked a tech expert how that works and how it can work for you. that's coming up at 6:00. >>> bring on the puns for this next story. it is beer in the buff. a nudist resort is putting itself on the map and getting national exposure. >> that's right. the supery rest resort is hosting its annual nude beer festival. it is all about the beer and baring it all. >> reporter: the staff at sunny rest resort
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Dec 23, 2014 5:00pm EST
to rest once family members arrive from china. a funeral for officer ramos will be held saturday. his sister spoke today. >> my brother was a simple, humble man. to see how many people loved him is amazing, amazing. >> they shot and killed the officers as they sat in their patrol car. he then took his own life. he posted anti-police statements on social media before ambushing the officers. >>> support for the nypd is pouring in across the country. >> local leaders are showing their support for law enforcement. rosemary connors is live to explain. rosemary? >> reporter: keith and jacqueline, within the past 30 minutes, a rally called support the blue wrapped up behind me in westchester. we were inside the meeting as congressmen organized with other community leaders. the purpose, to say thank you to police, firefighters and first responders. local leaders said they were not here to comment or talk about the protesting or the grand jury decisions, but simply to show their support. i asked the chester county sheriff who was on hand what he's advising and asking from law enforcement in th
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Jul 24, 2015 5:00pm EDT
boarded the plane with about ten other people. he has a performance tonight in china. >>> we are learning more tonight about where bill cosby got quaaludes he allegedly gave to women. according to the "washington post" a gynecologist and sometimes plastic surgeon wrote the prescription. citing a 2005 deposition the "post" reports cosby told a lawyer that the doctor gave him seven prescriptions for the drugs, knowing they weren't for him. the doctor was part owner of a club that cosby allegedly frequented. >>> he's no longer an eagle. >> but his party plans have plenty of us talking. lesean mccoy is ready to throw a bash. the invitation has attracted so much attention. >>> plus pocket problems. why your next butt dial could lead you to a courtroom. >>> a restaurant owner arrested and accused of child pornography. the popular restaurant he owns and how federal investigators say they caught him. >>> tonight at 5:30 shady's soiree. former eagle lesean mccoy is planning to throw a females only bash. but tonight, we are learning not everyone is thrilled with the idea. >> we bring in comcast spo
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Nov 6, 2014 5:00pm EST
rolling down that mountain last night. >>> an elderly woman caused a huge pileup in southwest china as we walked across a busy road during rush hour. surveillance video here shows the woman walking into the middle of the road. a bus then slams on the brakes to avoid hitting her and veers into the opposite lane hitting a truck head-on. the bus spins around knocking that woman over and hitting a second bus. at least ten bus passengers were slightly injured. the elderly woman survived suffering a few broken fwobones >> unbelievable video there. >> the fact she survived really is remarkable. >> right. >>> this is interesting here. an unusual, potentially valuable item will be up for auction by the washington state department of revenue. >> it's believed to be a sketchbook by the famed artist pablo picasso, discovered in an unclaimed safety deposit box. the department of revenue has been holding this sketchbook since someone forgot about it. authenticating that pablo picasso actually sketched this could cost the state thousands. the dates, binding on the book all point to that time period.
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Nov 13, 2014 5:00pm EST
see from a shipping port in china. a container ship at the shanghai port tilted causing more than 30 containers to fall like dominos. some fell on to the ground. others fell into the ocean. a nearby truck was hit and power lines were torn down. no one was hurt. three salvaged ships helped recover the fallen containers. investigators are trying to figure out what caused that ship to tilt. >>> in washington the house of representatives will vote tomorrow on whether to build the controversial keystone xl oil pipeline. the house began debating the measure today. it's expected to pass. the senate could take up the bill on tuesday. that would get it to the president's desk by the middle of next week. the pipeline has been at the center of a six-year battle. some have raised environmental concerns since it will carry oil hundreds of miles through the mid-of the u.s. the president could also veto proposal. >>> this saturday marks the start of the affordable care act's second open enrollment season. that's when consumers can begin shopping for and enrolling in health insurance plans in order
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Aug 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
. >>> a mine explosion trapped 27 workers in china. the gas explosion happened at a coal mine in the eastern part of the country. rescuers have been able to free 12 of the men so far. officials are having problems reaching the other miners because the explosion caused part of the tunnel to collapse. the cause of the blast is being investigated. >>> pope francis is mourning tonight two of his young great nephews died in a car accident in argentine. that one of the boys was 2 years old. the other was just 8 months. the boys' mother also died. a vatican spokesman said the pope is, quote, deeply pained and asks all who share in his grief to unite with him in prayer. >>> nbc 10 has new information this afternoon on a breaking story we've been following for about 90 minutes. >> an suv into a creek. three people came to the rescue of the driver. >>> also, where are they? a popular maryland gaming hall comes to the jersey shore, trying to scoop up casino employees who will soon be jobless. we'll show you what those workers are really doing with precious days left on the job. >>> and dodging
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Jun 4, 2015 5:00pm EDT
efforts take a new turn at the site of that capsized cruise ship in china. so far, 75 people are confirmed dead but more than 370 are missing. the oriental star rolled over earlier this week in the river. so far only 14 people have beenfound alive. now rescue workers are on top of the hull cutting their way in and cranes are being moved in. experts believe the ship will have to be raised from the river. >>> ousted egyptian president hosni mubarak is getting a new trial. mubarak was cleared last year of failing to stop the killing of hundreds of protesters in 2011. the 86-year-old has a number of health issues and lives in a hospital. >>> a stretch of one of the most beautiful beaches in southern california is now shut down. the reason more oily goo is washing up. firefighters closed down four miles of long beach. tar balls are washing ashore. officials say it could be dangerous to people visiting the beach. they're testing the tar now to see where it came from. it could be from that oil spill from a pipe in santa barbara last month. now, beaches there in santa barbara are still c
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Jun 9, 2015 5:00pm EDT
was a member of one of the only all black units to fight in the china theater of the second world war. new at 5:30 nbc 10's drew smith introduces us to that veteran's family. >> reporter: generations of lees have lived in this home on north sixth street. now there's hope they won't be the last. >> he loved this house. he loved his family. >> reporter: she looked up to her father charles, so much she followed in the world war ii tuskegee airman's footsteps. after serving in the air force herself for ten years, she says it's a miracle that people are helping restore this home. >> he passed away would us wantith us wanting to bring him here. for this to happen he would be so proud. the basement looks a lot better. >> reporter: it won't be easy. the family hasn't been able to even go inside for some time. these pictures show the mold that filled the walls. >> there was water damage that brought in a lot of mold and the mold was very unhealthy for this family. >> reporter: the mold is now gone and there's a new roof to stop future water problems. volunteers spent a day doing more cleanup.
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Sep 18, 2014 5:00pm EDT
with china regarding the ongoing search for flight mh-370 in the southern indian ocean. the defense minister also said he would continue to work closely with australia and the netherlands in order to reenter the crash site for flight mh-17 before the start of winter in hopes of determining who's responsible. >>> occupy wall street activists are now suing an ex-member over the organization's twitter account. they filed a lawsuit in the new york courtroom claiming that the former member hijacked the account and locked everyone else out. the account was created in 2011, and has 177,000 followers. "the new york times" reports justin weeds changed the password in august and didn't change it. occupy members are losing a chance to speak to the twitter audience that they worked so hard to cultivate. >>> there's disappointing new census data about our area. for one thing, it turns out workers here earn less than in other big cities. that data shows people philly without health insurance covers at about 10 pk. higher than boston and pittsburgh. about 14% live below the poverty level. more tha
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Dec 25, 2014 5:00pm EST
killed saturday. they plan to fly liu's relatives in china for free as well. >>> new information on this black bear that avoided capture in a phoenix suburb this week. arizona wildlife officials say they believe they caught that same bear this morning. the bear was wandering through the backyard of an empty home in mesa. a state game spokeswoman says the bear will likely be relocated to the tonto national forest. >>> a young panda at the national zoo is back with her mom and dad tonight. following a scare. one-year-old baubau became spooked after touching a wire in her enclosure. she ran up there yesterday, today. her mom spent the night outdoors waiting for her underneath the tree. >>> okay. now to the sounds of christmas. this winter, we showed you some of the best local choirs who took part in the more fm christmas choir competition. >> you're about to meet the second place winner in the ninth through 12th grade division. the members aren't just classmates. they consider themselves family. nbc 10's renee chenault-fattah explains. ♪ deck the halls with boughs of holly ♪ ♪ fa
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Feb 4, 2015 5:00pm EST
from china that she became suspicious. she called a kate spade store in toms river. turns out the website katespadeoutlet.eu.com is not an authorized outlet. they pointed out their website is simply katespade.com. >> they're putting up these websites that they can take down at a moment's notice. >> reporter: special agent in charge is with homeland securities. he says sales through unauthorized websites are up. how can you spotted them? >> pick up the phone and call the number. if there's no number listed, it's a tremendous red flag off the bat. >> there was no phone number anywhere on the website. >> reporter: concerned about the authenticity of the handbag, she said she tried e-mailing the website several times. she says there's been no response. >>> coming up next on "nbc10 news" at 6:00 -- why police are praising the man who shot the man trying to rob him. >>> parts of i-76 are still closed. a live look from one of our traffic cameras. we'll keep you updated on these traffic troubles. >>> we enjoyed a mild day with sunny skies but changes are on the way. i'm tracking the chanc
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Apr 24, 2015 5:00pm EDT
rising sun say they would often see him either making deliveries or helping cooks inside the new china takeout restaurant. those are also in the food delivery business saying every day they need to be careful. same with making deliveries in the 500 block last night around 10:30 when he was shot. >> 12 casings were recovered out there. we don't know if there's more than one individual or just one individual that's responsible. >> police have not said if anything was taken from a car, but they do say zing tried to get away but crashed his car, he died a short time later. >> he was shot trying to make it to a hospital or making it somewhere where someone could help him or assist him. >> police say they are looking at if any other robberies happened in the area. they say none as severe as this one. again, $20,000 out there if someone knows who was behind this crime. if you do call philadelphia police at police headquarters, nbc 10 news. >>> for the first time since two south jersey police officers were charged in separate crimes we're getting a first look at video of both incidents. this o
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Mar 20, 2015 5:00pm EDT
. >> i thought it was like one of those messages you put in a bottle and someone in china has the gopro right now. >> reporter: but a viewer who is friends with the basking ridge, new jersey family recognized them and quickly sent this e-mail to eileen after watching the story, solving the mystery. >> i couldn't believe it. i couldn't. i can't wait to see it and relive those wonderful memories of last summer. >> reporter: cape may police are mailing the gopro back to the family. they're grateful to the police as well as the honest person who found the camera and turned it in. >> it's given me a priceless gift. it's not the gopro he's given me. he's given me refound trust in people and something i can pass onto my children. >> reporter: ted greenberg, "nbc10 news." >>> next on "nbc10 news" at 6:00 one last blast from old man winter. the late march snow covering the delaware valley today. the snow will start to taper off as spring arrives in less than an hour now. a new threat could be the falling temperatures this evening. glenn? >> yeah doesn't have to fall much. we could see some
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