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strike come monday as both sides were able to reach a tentative deem at the 11th hour. a live report is just ahead. oh, it's going to be a deerry saturday. i hate to tell you that but let's take a live look at center city. seeing plenty of clouds out there and still some rain. make sure you bundle up, too, because it will be chilly. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this saturday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the cool conditions out there. michelle, that rain is going to stick with us for much of the day, right? >> yeah, for most of the day. it's going to be occasional. but,ee, we have a threat of rain throughout most of the day into the early evening. here's a look outside. waking up to gray skies. plenty of excuse to be lazy today, right? maybe just do nothing at all. we are looking at rain falling across the area. heavier down to the south and east. you can tell that by the yellow on the map. parts of burlington county to ocean county, atlantic county, along route 9. most of the heavy stuff is off
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the coast. temperatures right now looking at the 40s, 50s, 45 right now in allento allentown. 48 in lancaster. 48 in wilmington. 48 in atlantic city. 50 in wildwood. temperatures pretty uniform across the area. they're not going to rise far from here. we're going to op out around 50. a chilly, wet, and breezy day. by 8:00, 48. by 9:00, 48. by noon, 49 degrees. we'll talk more about today's lazy forecast and winds on sunday and sunshine for the workweek. we have an update now on the we've been following now out of the north philadelphia. police tell nbc10 a woman is in extreme critical condition after she was struck by two cars in north philly. the driver of the first car stopped but the second one took off. this happened around 4:00 this morning at broad and venango streets. police are still searching for that hit and run driver. we will continue to follow this breaking news and continue to bring you updates.
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strike, good news. septa and the transport workers union reached a tentative two-year agreement. nbc10's matt delucia is live in philadelphia at the septa stays in frankfurt. matt, yesterday was really the deadline for the septa union. >> that's right. both septa and the transport workers union stayed until after 11:00 last night harmering down that deal. what that means is that riders who take septa bus, trolley, and subway lines, they will not have to worry about getting a ride. we're talking more than 900,000 of those riders. a strike had been threatened by wtu president willie brown, since contract negotiations had been moving slowly for the past seven months. earlier this week you will recall both sides said they were very far apart on the negotiations, especially on pensions and now there is a deal just within the past few hours. it's not a five-year contract that was expected but two years. willie brown said there were too many issues to deal right now so
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this gives them time to, in his words, work all of that out. here's septa chairman pat talking about the bargaining late last night. >> thanks to the riders. thanks to the union, how it got worked through and it was worked through in a business like manner. i think we have a good agreement tonight. we'll have to wait for the ratification. i think it's the right thing to do. >> now, as we look live once again this morning here at the frankfurt transportation center. you see the buses out there that continue to roll this morning and riders have been expressing relief. many who i've been talking with over the past week said a strike would definitely have left them in a stranded situation or at least in a very decision. up next, now, the union, as you just heard, has to ratify this contract. that could happen this coming friday. but just in talking with some of these riders they say, you know what, this is great news. especially on a dreary day like this. and we'll hear from some more of those riders coming up in the next 30 minutes. now we're live in frankfurt, matt delucia, nbc10 news.
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new from overnight. philadelphia police are investigating a shooting in the city's frankfurt section. one person was shot just before 1:00 this morning at oxford avenue. authorities tell us that the victim was not seriously hurt. police had not made any arrests yet in this case. u.s. marshals say they were following a hunch when they captured accused cop killer eric frein. they arrested frein on thursday night at this abandoned airplane hangar in tannersville, monroe county. a task force command we're tus marshalls says his team figured if they were on the run they would hide in a place like that. the nbc10 investigators did some digging into his arrest and obtained a copy of the radio transmissions of state police when frein was taken in. take a listen. >> cherry lane road. subject is in custody. handcuffs. they're going to go to the hangar and make contact with the marshalls there. confirm, the subject will be held blooming grove, car two is
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en route with corporal dickson's handcuffs. he will be there in approximately 20 minutes. we'll stand by until that takes place. >> the final radio transmission was made from fallen trooper dickson's patrol car. it said the cruiser was headed to the police barracks with, quote, one package in the back. state police estimate that the frein case has cost them roughly $10 million. we did the math and that's about $208,000 a day. that amount could continue to climb as the investigation is still on going. some more trouble at a high school in bucks county this morning as police investigating sexually explicit pictures and texts that they say were sent by students. according to officials this happened at neshaminy high school where the commune i can celebrated homecoming last night. police say they were tipped off friday afternoon by students who saw the inappropriate photos on classmates' cellphones at school. we are told that some of the alleged texts including nude images of other students.
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>> i think kids today just walk around with their cellphones. they're oblivious to everything that happens around them. they think they're above the law, above morals. >> parents of this students involved are being notified as the investigation continues. meanwhile, school officials say that this latest incident is separate from neshaminy's problems earlier this week when inappropriate messages were posted on an anonymous message board at called yikyak. today in montgomery county, one small community is expected to lose half of its police force when six officers will be laid off. a judge rejected an injunction by police officers in franconia township. the union tried to get a tech rare injunction to stop the layoffs. the union alleges that the township violated labor laws by refusing to bargain with police before the cuts were made.
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now to news to medical mission to help the fight to fight ebola. it comes from our area where folks will ship supplies, books, and toys today to some of the areas hit hardest by the ebola virus in liberia. they say a variety of local groups came together to help collect the much needed materials. now to news on that nurse who has been refuse that quarantine. a legal victory for her today. a judge in maine has ordered that kaci hickox does not have to stay home for the rest of her 21-day quarantine period but the judge says she must continue daily self monitoring and she must coordinate any travel plans with state officials. hickox went on a bike ride and talking to reporters. meanwhile, nearly a month after thomas eric duncan died of ebola in dallas there is a dispute over what's left of the con at the present times of the apartment where duncan was staying. nearly all of the items were
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incinerated but the ashes sit in limbo at a texas facility. yesterday officials in louisiana successfully fought to keep them out of a landfill there. the cdc insists that the ashes pose no danger. whooping cough is the concern these days at a high school in montgomery county as there is another case of the respiratory infection among students. school officials are not giving many details about the student but warned that ore this kids at the high school may have been exposed. now, this, by the way, is the second case of whooping cough at w wissahickon high school in less than two months. now to decision 2014. the countdown is on. it is the final weekend of campaigning before tuesday's election. nbc10 is following key races in pennsylvania, new jersey, and delaware if l
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delaware. tom corbett will be spending his saturday campaigning in central and northeastern pennsylvania. while his democratic challenger tom wolf will be making several stops in our area today. he will spend the first part of his day talking to voters in philadelphia before stops in chester and media in delaware county. wolf will also get a little bit of star power this weekend. president obama will make a campaign stop in philadelphia tomorrow to make final push for the democratic candidate. you can learn more about the counties and the issues that will be decided on tuesday. again, november 4th is the big day. so keep that in mind. we do have more information. right now on our website nbc10.com. a reminder for everybody out there, don't forget to fall back when you go to bed tonight. that's because daylight saving time ends at 2:00 tomorrow, in the morning. that gives you an extra hour of sleep so you get to take it easy tomorrow. it's also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
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. it has been one year since a tsa officer was shot and killed at one of the country's busiest airports. a south jersey man is accused in the attack. paul of salem county has pleaded not guilty to the shooting at los angeles international airport. he is facing federal charges including murder of a federal officer. in the aftermath of the deadly shooting at lax efforts are still under way to prepare for such attacks.
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this amp an airport review of the november 1st incident last year found that emergency response reaffected by communication and coordination problems. now to developments of the abduction of university of virginia student hannah graham. a lawyer for the man accused of the crime says that he wants his client to be evaluated to determine his sanity. that request came yesterday during jesse matthews' arraignment in an unrelated sexual assault case. matthew is charged with abducting a 26-year-old woman in 2005 and assaulting her. the judge took no action on the request for a psychiatric evaluation yesterday. matthew has also been charged with abducting graham with the intent to defile. the 18-year-old uva sophomore went missing in charlottesville in september. her remains were found more than a month later. let's head now to washington state where another teenager who was wounded in that high school shooting last week has died. officials say 14-year-old shaylee churckulnaskit died.
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the shooter died of a self influi inflicted gunshot wound opened fire in the cafeteria. the trial for a 17-year-old boy accused in a stabbing at a western pennsylvania high school has been post poened. alex hribal was supposed to be in september but his attorney asked for more time. the trial won't take place until at least march. hribal is charge with stabbing 20 students and a security guard at franklin regional high school in april. it is being called a huge setback for a company reaching into the upper atmosphere. officials are trying to figure out what caused virgin gal lactic space ship 2 to explode during a test flight over the mojave desert. a photographer who witnessed the crash says that space ship two exploded after a plane designed to take it to high at released
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it and the craft ignited the rocket motor. >> it a. white puff immediately at that point. i knew that something had went really horribly wrong. >> space is hard. and today was a tough day. >> space ship two was expected to take tourists into space in the next few years. virgin galactic founder sir richard branson is expected to arrive at the mojave air and space port sometime later today. from the heart. next, we'll introduce you to a 4-year-old brooks county girl whose story of survival is inspiring others to help raise or wearness about heart disease. all right. a rainy day today. we're going to see rain falling throughout the day. chilly and breezy. waking up in gray skies across the area. we'll talk more about the rain threat today. also, very windy into your weekend. that's all straight ahead.
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waking up to rain. we're waking up to chilly temperatures. also breezy conditions. we're looking at that all throughout the day. not really changing until later on tonight. then we're looking at windy sunday. weather headlines on your saturday morning. yeah. looking at a rainy day today. get the umbrellas. you can individuals games outside, a chilly one, too. temperatures in the 40s. right around 50 by this afternoon. a windy sunday. we're going to keep the cold temperatures in place on sunday but bring in wind. winds could be gusting 45 miles per hour in spots. we're looking ahead to a warmer workweek. we are looking ahead to sunshine in your workweek as well but not this weekend. looking outside you can see that camera jumping. it is breezy outside.
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that's adding insult to injury. we're going to see temperatures chilly. 47 right now in philadelphia. winds out of the north-northeast at 17 miles per hour. that wind direction is in important because that's keeping the moisture here. right now we're looking at rain in reading, philadelphia, atlantic city, 47 in philadelphia. 48 degrees in atlantic city. so rain throughout the day. really up until dinner time when things begin to change. a live look outside. lths gray this morning. a day to stay in bed just a little bit longer. hopefully breakfast in bed. rainy saturday. radar is lighting up with that rain on there. that's where we're seeing the green. the yellows indicating moderate rainfall. so we're certainly see that on radar. mainly to the south and east to philadelphia. where you see the darker colors you may see ponding on the roadway. take it slower out there. here's that strip of yellow, even some orange. down to the south and east looking at thats well. temperatures chilly this morning. 40s and 50s. just 41 in. mount pocono. 48 in lancaster. 47 in philadelphia. 48 in millville. 48 in atlantic city and 50 in wildwood. adding on top of the chilly
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temperatures we're looking at the wind out there. winds gusting anywhere from let's say is a up to 25 miles per hour. 18 miles per hour in pottstown up to 24 in millville. futurecast as we go throughout time, keep that rain threat occasional rain threat throughout the day. by saturday, 1:00, again, most of this is to the south and east. right along the border of pennsylvania and new jersey. same story through the early afternoon. dinner time we're better. we may see a light shower. for the most part, looking at clouds at that point. breezy and cold. the wind comes in on sunday. that will be a different topic for tomorrow. rainy, breezy, chilly, 51. woinds out or the northeast at 10 to 20 miles per hour. better seven-day forecast. not today though. rain, wind, chilly 50. sunday, windy and 50. by monday, 58 degrees. get me better after that cold start. tuesday, 68. 70 on wednesday. 60 with showers on thursday. colder but at least we're doing to see partly sunny skies on friday, 52. heart disease is the number one killer of american men and women.
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and as one, be county family learned, it's not just the disease that hits the elderly, now they're working hard to raise money and awareness. when alexis was born her parents were told that alexa had downs syndrome and a dangerous heart situation. her family says she's benefited from cutting-edge medical care and now they're raising underif so that scientists can continue their work. the family will be participating in the american heart associati association's philadelphia heart walk next weekend. so far they have raised $3,000. philadelphia heart walk is next saturday. it's november 8th at citizen's bank park. the park opens at 8:00 in the morning. there's going to be a festival, a kid zone, even a pet zone. nbc10's jacqueline london will be the event's emcee. there was plenty of action across our area on high school football field last night. find out which teams came out on
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top. next in the high school blitz. pike strong, two rival teams band together to show their support for the families of the pennsylvania state troopers who were shot during an ambush attack in pike county in september.
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i jen dan else from comcast spors net. it's week ten of the high school football season. that kicks off this week's edition of "the high school blitz." the martin luther king cheerleaders have a lot to be excited about. watch paul sanchez flash through the frankfurt defense for the touchdown. king advances to the publicly 4a semifinals with a 28-20 victory. they fired up to take on george washington but george washington is going to run away with the win. cobb gets into the end zone. george the washington advances with a 28-8 victory. kicking off the simon grass, the ball falls into the hands of
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shawn williams. he heads home, makes the cut back and he's going to turn it upfield for a big return. that sets up the score. 24-8 win. >> the high school blitz game of the week is brought to you by your quality plus ford stores, home of america's favorite brand. >> you voted to see ruddily. this is haverford fb scrambling, finds nick costello alone on the sideline. they win it, 17-8. parkland running on emmaus. this is parkland's ridgewood. ridgeway on the sweep around the right side. untouched for a 35-yard score. parkland wins it, 41-14. >> the "high school blitz play of the week" is brought to you by toyota. let's go places. >> collins wood and west deptford. picked off by a west deptford. he is headed the other way. that is a pick six, west deptford wins it.
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glassboro throwing on eustace. ronnie james for the score. glassboro wins big, 36-17. camden catholic lighting up the scoreboard against delran. fights his way into the end zone. camden catholic with the shutout. time for skylights, skyforce 10 above the game. on the run but north penn strips the ball away and they would recover. north penn gets the 28-0 shutout. neshaminy. strong on this play. gets to the qb for the sack. e mun that running on bristol. taking the sweep. kid is all right. he scores from 26 yards out as they win, 41-6. tower hill and dickinson. matt smith over the middle for andrew brown. h he brownss off the first hit. breaks attackle.
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and he is gone. tower hill wins, 28-6. they improved 8-1 on the season. that's just an appetizer. we have a half hour of highlights later tonight. join us for the "high school blitz" at 7:00. a late night agreement between septa and the transport workers union has many breathing a sigh of relief. nbc10's matt delucia is live with the details of the deal. matt? >> reporter: yeah, rosemary. i've been talking with septa riders just hours now since that deal went through. what they're saying about how they can still board the buses and trains without interruption and what it took to get that deal to go through. that's coming up when nbc10 comes right back.
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. a tentative deal has been reached to keep hundreds of septa workers on the job and the buses, subway, and trolleys
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running. the details are just moments away in a live report. the rain is moving through our area right now. here is a live look over center city where the clouds will be with us for the rest of the day along with the chilly temperatures. good morning. welcome back to "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's just after 6:30 on this saturday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the dreary conditions outside. i think you described it best, michelle, when you said it's a raw kind of day out there. >> that's right. you didn't like lazy kind of day? >> lazy, too. that counts. >> lazy and raw. we're going the see this all day long. a day to stay indoors if you can or grab an umbrella or jacket as you head out. yep, it's gray. waking up to the skies. we're going to keep that gray in place, rain in place. chilly temperatures, also the breeze. rainy saturday. moisture is coming off the ocean. you see heavier spots where we're seeing the yellows, the oranges. that's where we're indicating moderate rainfall and ponding on the road. a strip of yellow and then down
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to the south and east we're looking at some in ocean county and atlanta county. temperatures are chilly. mainly in the 40s. 47 in philadelphia. just 41 in mount pocono. 48 in lancaster and 50 in wildwood. temperatures not going very far from there. 48 degrees today. by 8:00, by 10:00, 48. and by noon, 49. rainy and chilly across the board. it won't be rainy every second of the day but it's going to be raining occasionally. we'll talk more about that and sunshine in your seven-day. that's straight ahead. >> thank you, michelle. we have an update now on the breaking news that we're following this morning out of north philadelphia. police tell nbc10 that a woman is in extreme critical condition after she was struck by two cars in north philly. the driver of the first car stopped but the second one took off. this happened around 4:00 this morning at broad and venango streets. police are still searching for the second driver. we will continue to follow this breaking news and share with you any new information as soon as we get it. philadelphia police are also investigating a deadly crash in
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the logan neighborhood. nbc10 was on the scene at sten on the avenue and logan street with the driver of the car crashed into the pole. the driver died in the accident. investigators are now trying to figure out exactly what led up to the crash. this morning septa riders do not have to worry about how they'll get to work next week. a deal was announced late last night between septa and the transport workers union which means no strike. nbc10's matt delucia is live at the septa station in philadelphia's frankfurt neighborhood. matt, you've been talking with riders this morning. they must be relieved. >> reporter: yeah, and most are happy, rosemary, that they don't have to find another way to get to work or school or wherever they need to go in the coming days. and septa and the twu, they were at the bargaining table until late last night, after 11:00 p.m. this is what it looked like just before 11:15 when the negotiators finally walked out of the old city hotel where they had been hold up for several hours yesterday. a strike had been threatened by wtu president willie brown
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saying contract negotiations had been moving slowly for the past seven months. earlier this week you'll recall both septa and wtu local 234 skad they were very far apart, especially on pensions, and now finally there is tentative deal. this means that septa riders will be able to continue riding without interruption. first up we're going to hear from the union about this deal. it includes wage increases for two years, not five, and he discusses why that is and then you will hear from a rider i just spoke with moments ago. >> we have too many issues to deal right now. with a strike we don't have time. it gives us an opportunity to work over the next two years to solidify our concerns. >> that was crazy. it was pretty close. >> were you up late last night wondering what was going on? >> kind of. i got up about 3:00 this morning and checked my app on my phone. and i seen that they came to an
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agreement so i was happy about that. >> reporter: they stayed up late last night or woke up early this morning to find out what happened. and this, of course, means that people can get to work and now to the poles. one of the big concerns was election day. now, up next for the septa workers, the union still has to ratify the contract and union president says that could happen this coming friday. live in frankfurt this morning, matt delucia, nbc10 news. this morning we are learning new details about how accused cop killer eric frein was captured. frein was arrested thursday night at this abandoned airplane hang gor in tannersville monday voe county. a task force commander with the u.s. marshals service says that he and his team had a hunch that if they were on the run they would hide in a place like that. according to the commander his team spied somebody moving from the woods toward the hangar and they were confident that it was frein. >> he turned towards me. saw that we were in full kit with rifles.
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identified myself. he put his hands up. i told him to get on the ground and he got on the ground. >> frein was arraigned yesterday in milford. he is being held without bail. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for november 12th. frein is charged with the shooting death of corporal bryon dickson. trooper alex douglass was critically injured but released from the hospital two weeks ago and continues to recover at a rehabilitation center. good news for hunters and trappers, they can resume the activities in the area where police were searching for frein. the pennsylvania game commission lifted temporary restrictions at midnight. hunting and trapping seasons were halted in several townships in monroe county during the manhunt. turkey season also opens today. this morning a philadelphia mother is behind bars charged with exploiting her two daughters. 32-year-old christine yoder is accused of sending an explicit photo of her 6-year-old and offering to fly the child to detroit for sex. she also allegedly produced
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pornographic pictures of her 16-month-old child. if convicted she faces a minimum of 15 years in prison. now to the mysterious deaths of the cooper health system ce organization and wife. their children have hired a pathologist to help investigate. john and joy sheridan were found in their home last month after a blaze started in their bedroom. officials have said that fire was set on purpose, but they have not said what exactly killed the couple. a spokesman for the family says that pathologist michael baden has been hired to help them. baden was most recently hired to perform a private autopsy on michael brown. he's the ferguson, missouri, teenager shot and killed by a police officer in august. meanwhile, the somerset county prosecutors office says that it's awaiting lab results before they release the causes of death. happening a little bit later today will be a celebration for a woman who nearly died when her suv plunged into cobbs creek
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this past summer. the family of sheryl allison is celebrating her miraculous recovery and formally thanking five people who helped save her. allison lost control of her suv back on august 19th. the suv flew down anal embankment right into cobbs creek. several drivers who saw what happened huld apulled allison t safety. they are all being honored at this party tonight. on the heels of a local high school football hazing scandal a pennsylvania lawmaker has come up with a bill that would protect students from these types of rituals. all vars si and jv players at central bucks west as well as coaches were suspended last week for the hazing incident that happened there at the school if the bill that's being proposed would make any hazing at any pennsylvania school a crime. it would also require schools to write and enforce policies to prevech vent hazing. it's a misdemeanor but it only applies right now to colleges
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and universities. it may be raining out there today but that is not going to stop this 6,000 people who will hit the streets to make a statement about diabetes. here's a live look at the philadelphia museum of art where the step out walk to stop diabetes begins at 9:15 this morning. the year's goal is to raise $1 million to fund research to find a cure. now, immediately following the walk a really special presentation happening at 11:00, participants and the public are invited to a concert featuring patly labelle. labelle is diabetic and is an advocate for awareness of the disease. i should let you though that at the walk today nbc10 of course will be there. we do have a team that will be out there in full force. so if you see us out there be sure and say hello. reminder for everybody this weekend, don't for goat fall back when you go to bed tonight because daylight saving time ends at 2:00 a.m. tomorrow. you do get an extra hour of sleep. i know you've been waiting for
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it. it happened later this year. usually it's right before halloween. this is also a good time, too, to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. the kickoff to the holiday shopping season is just a few weeks away. but some companies, they're not waiting until then. they started today. we'll let you know about some good deals happening.
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ryan costello went into politics. in 2001, doctor manan trivedi joined the marines. trivedi served as a battlefield surgeon in iraq.
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costello served himself by voting to raise his own pay. and while trivedi cared for patients in pennsylvania, costello gave millions in government contracts to his campaign contributors -even as he cut funding for child abuse prevention. in congress, only trivedi will do what's right for you. i'm manan trivedi, and i approve this message. as expected the casino crisis in atlantic city is impacting the city's unemployment rate. that figure rose to over 11% in september. the increase is blamed on three casinos closing in just two weeks this summer. more than 8,000 workers lost their jobs in 2014 and, so far,
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four casinos have closed this year and there could be one more. the future of the trump taj mahal is still up in the air. now to some more business news. let's check in with cnbc's tyler mathisen with a look at what moved the market that past week. >> i vesters wrapped up a seesaw month of october by sending stocks around the globe h soaring on friday. this after japan announced a fresh round of stimulus measures to boost its struggling economy. the dow even touched an all-time intraday high. federal reserve said the u.s. economy is better and it does not need as much help as before so it is ending its latest bond buying stimulus program but lit keep report low interest rates right where they are because the housing market is still recovering. and proving the fed right, the government says the economy did grow at a strong pace of 3.5% during the summer. that's thanks to big gains in business spending. strong sales of u.s. exports and more military spending. there's a lot less pain at the pump these days if you haven't
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noticed the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in the u.s. hit $3 on the nose this week. that's the lowest in four years. and down 33 cents for the month of october, thanks mostly to plunging oil prices. americans are earning a little more money these days but we're spending less of it. maybe because of those lower gas prices. consumer spending fell .2% since september nap is the first decline since january. and apple ceo tim cook became the highest profile chief executive ever to come out proclaiming in a published essay that he's proud to be gay. apple's board issued a statement fully supporting his decision. new survey on jobs americans fear the most includes mortician and kind ergarten teacher, nie o microbiologist and, most of all, politician. i'm tyler mathisen and there's nothing scary about me.
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we are barely into november but that is not stopping two major retailers from kicking off the holiday shopping season today in a very big way. walmart is offering more than 20,000 rollbacks on items from groceries to toys to electronics. it is also flashing prices on millions of online items and offering free shipping on what it considers the season's top 100 hottest gifts. also starting today, amazon customers can find more than 15,000 lightning deals on gift items. this includes early access deals for prime customers. it is opening night for the 76ers in south philly after being on the road in milwaukee for their first win. we'll have those highlights and much more next in sports. all right. waking up to rain this morning. it's chilly, it's breezy, and we're going to stay like that throughout the day. look outdoors. you can see the rain drops on the camera lens. winds around 25 miles per hour. we'll talk more about the raw day today and then some wind on sunday.
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all righty. good saturday morning. hope you have the umbrella. looking at the rain falling. it's chilly, breezy. we're going to keep that all day long. weather headlines. a rainy saturday. we're going to see occasional rain showers throughout the day. even pockets of heavier stuff. we're going to be windy on sunday. the rain goes away but the wind really picks up on sunday. it's during the workweek where we're seeing warmer temperatures. even near 70. one of those days. looking outdoors. the camera is jumping because it's breezy. seeing the rain drops offen the camera lens.
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47 right now in philadelphia. winds out of the north-northeast at 17 miles per hour. that wind direction is important because that's bringing moisture up. the ocean is going to keep the rain in place over the next few hours. rain falling in reading and atlantic city. temperatures chilly, not out of the 40s in any spots. across the area we're mainly looking at the 40s. some 50s on the map. right now it is gray. yeah, it's going to be great all day long. you won't need the sunglasses. rainy saturday. you can see on radar really lighting up with that green indicating where that rain is falling. you see yellows, also oranges on the map. i stop the clock where you see the strip here. seeing more moderate rainfall. orange as well. that's even heavier rainfall. pockets of some heavier stuff. that means you can see some ponding on the roadways. take you slower if you're headed out. down to the south and east. atlantic county and ocean county we're seeing that as well. temperatures mainly in the 40s. it's a chilly start. 45 in allentown. 48 in lancaster. 47 in philadelphia. 48 in mill vis. 50 in wildwood.
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temperatures not going far from those numbers. winds gusting anywhere from 20 up to 28 miles per hour. 28-mile-per-hour wind gusts in dover 23 in wildwood, 22 in trenton. breeze stays with us today and picks up over night into sunday. so futurecast we're going to continue the track this rain throughout the morning into the afternoon hours. by 1:00, occasional rain showers for everybody. and then things start to improve in terms of the rainfall by dinner time. notice we're seeing cloudy skies. if you have a date night tonight, lit be chilly. not the best hair night. we're looking at the rain threat throughout the late evening into the nighttime hours. still, a shower can't be ruled out. as we wake up on sunday we're going to see clearer skies. we're going to see windy conditions. we're going to feel that and hear that because we're going to see winds gusting near 45 miles per hour at times. today, rainy, breezy, chilly. 48 to 51. 10 to 20 miles per hour. gusting anywhere from 20 up to 30 miles per hour. seven-day forecast.
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today not a great one if you like sunshine. great one if you do like rain. kind of a nice gray day. by sunday, windy. 50 degrees. winds gusting near 45 miles per hour at times in some spots. monday after a cold start, 58. partly sunny skies. tuesday, mostly sunny. nice, 68, by wednesday, 70. that's the pick day of the week. thursday, bring back the clouds, showers and then on friday looking at 52 degrees. partly sunny skies. milwaukee bucks last night trying to avoid their first 0-2 start since 2010. halloween in milwaukee. check out that guy. it was the k.j. mcdaniels show saerlly. finishes the alley-oop here. he had 12 points on the night. off the inboweds, another alley-oop. this one, noel, ten board. sixers were up one after three quarters. but it was out bucs in the
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fourth. o.j. mayo with three of his 25. sixers lose, 93-81. eagles starting safety nate allen is listed as questionable for sunday's game against the texans because of a hamstring industry. wolf will be his likely replacement. as for the texans last year's number one overall pick clowny questionable. he returned last weekend after a torn meniscus is ill. the coach said his chances of playing are not looking good. the flyers were off yesterday and had equipment manager got into the halloween spirit by playing a prank, hiding a rubber snake in a gatorade cooler. [ bleep ]. >> that's -- yeah. [ bleep ].
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[ bleep ]. >> that's sports. i jen daniels, comcast sportsnet. two rival football teams came together last night to thank those who protect and save lives. the delaware valley warriors and buck horns join forces and presented a check to state police at last night's game with. the schools sold pike county strong t-shirts and bracelets. proceeds benefit the families of the two troopers shot in pike county last month. the alleged gunman as we reported, eric frein, was captured on thursday after being on the run for nearly seven weeks. in total the students at the two schools raised more than $5,000. now to breaking news into nbc10. one person is dead and two others are injured following this accident alock roosevelt boulevard in philadelphia. this video just came in to nbc10 a short while ago. the accident also happened not too long ago on the boulevard. police tell us there was a crash
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>> mega relief this morning if you're hoping to become the world's next millionaire. no one won last night's estimated $284 million jackpot. it's the larmgest in seven months. the next drawing is this tuesday. and the jackpot is expected to be at least $321 million. i was talking to my dad earlier this week who told me he had a dream that i won the lottery. so i know he's playing that. >> awesome. >> he plays regularly so it's not like this is this dream was anything, you know, you never know. >> there's always a chance, right? there's a chance of rain today, too. looking at rain thut the day. a gray day. that was a great smot. here's a look at radar showing us where that rain is falling. moderate rainfall. chilly throughout the day. it's going to be windy as well. and now really windy on sunday. we'll talk more about that during the 9:00. >> absolutely. michelle and i will see you in 25 minutes during an update during "today."
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