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nbc 10 news starts now. >> left for dead with no trace of the killer, this morning, police are on the hunt for the gunman who shot a woman in the head. we'll update you on their investigation. a long-awaited reunion for two americans freed from captivity in north korea. you may be surprised when you hear who one of the men is thanking for his release. we have a pleasant fall day ahead of us. here's a live look at boathouse row where temperatures will be a little bit warmer today than yesterday, but changes are coming. good morning, i'm rosemary conners. this is "nbc 10 news today." it's 9:00 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the conditions outside. michelle, we're finally starting to see the clouds clear out just
a little bit, right? >> that's right. depending on where you are, we're seeing sunshine. other parts seeing mostly cloudy skies, but everyone will see sunshine. here is a live look outside. philadelphia one of those places still seeing those clouds being a little bit stubborn. mostly cloudy right now. other spots seeing full sunshine. we are a little warmer than this time yesterday. about six degrees warmer in philadelphia. ten degrees warmer than this time yesterday in mount pocono. nine degrees warmer than millville. that mainly puts us in the 40s across the area, so a nice start to the day. we're going to be warmer than where we were yesterday. yesterday we topped out around 50. right now it's 47 in philadelphia. 44 in allentown. 43 in lancaster. 49 degrees in atlantic city. and we are looking at 52 in wildwood. for today, as we head throughout the rest of the day into the morning, by 11:00, 51, mostly sunny. 1:0055. and 56 by 3:00. that's where i think we'll end up, around 56. which is a little below normal, but towards the beginning of the workweek, we'll warm up.
a 17-year-old volunteer firefighter was in the right place at the right time when a philadelphia police officer's cruiser went up in flames. the car crashed into a pickup truck last night, and this morning, police tell us they are still looking for the driver of that truck who fled the scene. nbc 10's matt delucia has more from police headquarters. >> reporter: police say the driver of the truck ran away after the crash. meanwhile, bystanders ran to help those who were trapped. >> i saw that it was a cop car. and right then, i just started sprinting and i did what i had to do. >> reporter: it was just before 5:30 last night at 28th and tasker. joe chambers says instinct kicked in. >> right when we pulled them out, the fire started to reach the interior of the car. and it caught fire, like a minute after we pulled them out. >> reporter: see, this 17-year-old is a volunteer firefighter. he trained for a situation just like this. the door he says was stuck. the window shattered. and as cell phone cameras rolled, other bystanders jumped
in as well. >> what if it was me in this situation? i know somebody would try and come and pull me out, whether it be a cop or good samaritan, so i feel like i did my good deed for the night. >> reporter: police say the officer's cruiser collided with this pickup truck while responding to a radio call. >> we were just trying to preserve life. help the cop out. and then it was a guy slumped over in the truck. we pull him out, get him to safety. >> reporter: both that passenger, and the officer were rushed to the hospital as the cruiser burned. joe visited the officer late last night, raelding that his good timing may have made all the difference. >> within five minutes, the whole car is in flames. >> reporter: the driver was scene running away from the scene down the 2800 block of tasker street. we're learning more as the investigation continues. i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. this morning, police are investigating a shooting outside of a nightclub in south philadelphia. they tell us a 27-year-old man was shot several times in the
parking lot of club onyx. the victim is in stable condition right now. it turns out that we've covered several shootings just outside of club onyx in recent years. this was the scene in february 2013 after a gunman opened fire and injured three people. less than a month later, a 23-year-old man was murdered in the parking lot. in the most recent incident from overnight, police have not made any arrests. philadelphia police are also looking for the shooter who took the life of a woman in her 30s. according to investigators, she was found shot in the head overnight on rowan street in the hunting park section of the city. police have not released the woman's identity yet. this deadly shooting happened in north philadelphia. police tell us a 25-year-old man was shot in the leg and back at 18th street in west gerard avenue around 10:30 last night. no arrests yet in this case. the last americans held prisoner in north korea are now
back on u.s. soil. matthew miller and kenneth bae were flown in to joint base lewis mccord in washington state right around midnight. they were accompanied by the director of national intelligence james clapper. he secured their release through a secret mission to the communist country. miller was arrested last spring after reportedly ripping up his visa at an airport in north korea. he was charged with espionage and sentenced to hard labor. bay had been held for more than two years in a labor camp for alleged anti-government activities. his health was failing. he spoke briefly after landing in washington. >> i just want to say thank you all for supporting me and lifting me up. and not forgetting me. >> bae also thanked president obama for his support and the north korean government for releasing him. president obama will test his influence abroad as he begins a three-day trip to china. the president left the white house around 1:00 this morning. he's currently in alaska, where air force one is refueling and
is expected to land in beijing around 9:00 tonight. the president will attend the asia pacific economic cooperation summit, also known as apec. he will end his trip by heading to burma and then australia for the g20 summit. back in our area this morning, police are looking for a trio of thieves who broke into a philadelphia charter school and stole four computers and some cash. the burglar struck the charter school in alney sometime between friday night and yesterday morning. you can see the damage they left behind. some classrooms and the kitchen were vandalized. police are looking for the three young men seen in these surveillance photos from inside the school. in would have been the pictures, the teens all have their hands full. >> the computers that were taken, probably value at this point at about $7,500. each of our classrooms has about two computers, so four of our classrooms are going to be impacted on monday morning and we're going to work over the weekend to try to minimize that
impact. >> the school plans to tighten security before students head back to class tomorrow morning. drivers of a recently launched ride sharing service in philadelphia could soon find themselves under arrest if they continue to drop off and pick people up. that's according to the philadelphia parking authority. the ppa tells us that uber x drivers already faced a $1,000 fines and their vehicles being impounded. uber x is different from the regular uber service because they're common citizens using their own personal cars, not limousine cars. since uber x launched late last month, the ppa has impounded 14 vehicles. the ride sharing program has been controversial not just in philadelphia, but in cities all across the country, and even in europe because it competes with regulated taxi services. in less than two hours from now, thousands of supporters will participate in the walk to end alzheimer's in south philadelphia. this is a live look at citizens
bank park where the walk will begin at 11:00 this morning. the event is expected to raise more than a million dollars for alzheimer's research and to help care for those affected by the disease. we'll have a live report from here coming up in just a short while. still ahead, the nurse who fought going into quarantine after returning from africa is set to be on the move again. we'll tell you what she's planning to do now. a man witnesses a woman being killed by a train, and what police say he did next is chilling.
now the nurse says she plans to move on out of there. officials tried to force hickox into quarantine after she returned from tweeting ebola patients in west africa. but a judge sided with her, allowing her to monitor her health on her own, from her home. her 21-day incubation period ends on monday. she and her boyfriend say they plan to leave ft. kent sometime after and they leave sometime after. the texas nurse who recovered from ebola had something else to cheer about. nina pham was on the sidelines for a football game at her alma mater, texas christian university. she says she is feeling good and very grateful for all of the support that she's received. she was diagnosed with ebola last month after caring for thomas duncan, the infected patient at texas health presbyterian in dallas. pham was treated at the national institute of health in maryland, and by the way, she got to see her team win. still ahead on nbc 10 news today, thieves target a former nfl star and his super bowl
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closer to 55, 56 in philadelphia. still below normal, but warmer than yesterday. so let's go ahead and take a look at our weather headlines on this sunday. it's going to be a quiet, nice fall day. so cool and crisp day. temperatures right around 56, like i mentioned. which is pretty typical for this time of year. as we look towards monday, another nice day, even milder than today. the eagles play at 8:30, so we're looking at eagles weather. it's going to be dry, and it will be relatively warm for this time of year. then we are looking at a nice start to next week. we have a few days where we're look at temperatures pretty mild for this time of year. it's going to be dry before things change pretty drastically, beginning late wednesday. so looking back at last wednesday and thursday, very mild. i don't think we're going to see air like this for quite some time. 71 last wednesday. 69 last thursday. friday, we saw those temperatures dip. we felt that with the wind in place. 50 on saturday. and today we are forecasting a high of 56 degrees. taking a look outdoors, mostly cloudy right now.
the clouds in place overnight. so we are going to see these clouds disappear later on. and we're going to see sunshine as we head throughout the afternoon. not yet, though. we're keeping those clouds in place. 47 right now in philadelphia. winds out of the west at three miles per hour. we're not going to see windy conditions and the temperature is not all that bad. six degrees warmer than this time yesterday in philadelphia. taking a look at temperatures across the region as you head out and about. maybe you're lucky enough to go to brunch this morning. you want to dress for the 40s. 42 in mount pocono. 43 in lancaster. 43 in allentown. heading closer to the city, 47 in philadelphia. 47 in wilmington as well. closer to the shore point, parts of south jersey, 51 in millville. so that's mild. yesterday we were in the 40s at this point. started out in the 20s to 30s. so feeling really nice this morning. 50 in dover. 54 in wildwood. now things are going to change. we're going to call it cool today. then by tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday, we're going to have
mild air in place from the south. that will move in, kind of park itself for the next three days. wednesday, things will begin to change very drastically. so that we head towards wednesday, thursday, and friday. you see this cold air dip down from canada. it's a big air mass. it's a big dome of cold weather, so we're going to have it thursday, friday, saturday, sunday, and it really will be sticking around for a long time. when we say cold, we're talking high temperatures in the low 40s. maybe high temperatures in the 30s in some spots. so keep that in mind as you plan the rest of your workweek into your next weekend. some clouds this morning. other spots seeing some clear spots. we're going to see mostly sunny skies. eagles forecast, for the first quarter we're looking at 53 degrees. temperatures pretty mild. we are looking at clear skies. and then we'll dip into the low 50s. mostly sunny and cool today. 54 to 57. get out and enjoy it because things are changing. next weekend we'll be in the 40s at this time. tonight, a clear and cold night.
the temperature 39 in philadelphia, 32 in the suburbs. 56 today. sunshine as we head throughout the afternoon. monday, even milder. 60 degrees. lots of sunshine. keep those sunglasses handy. by tuesday, veterans day, 65. wednesday, breezy, partly sunny. could see a morning shower maybe late tuesday into early wednesday. jackets come back out, a cold wind, 48 degrees. cold on friday, partly sunny, 45. by saturday, high temperatures in the low 40s, the upper 30s. let's check in on this week's wednesday's child. she is a fun and active teen with a real sense of adventure and she is ready for the adventure of a lifetime, finding a forever family to help make all of her dreams come true. we are introduced to annette. >> reporter: all right, annette, you ready to go to the indoor water park? >> i am. >> reporter: let's go do it.
come on. annette is a bubbly and friendly 16-year-old who has a huge sense of adventure. we headed to the right place for all of that. sahara sands in west berlin, new jersey. annette is an energetic teen who does well in school. she's passionate about animals and has dreams of helping them one day. >> one of my goals is to, like, go to college long-term, like for four years. studying in the medical field. and then going to be a vet. >> reporter: she had a blast trying all the rides. she jumped on every ride that she saw. she even tried the lazy river. she has a big heart that she's ready to share with a forever family. >> basically what i think love is, is when someone is trying to help you, they might yell at you, they might scream at you, they might get mad at you, only because they want you to do good and want the best for you. >> she knows what she wants in a
family. >> someone who is loving, supportive in everything i do. someone who loves me for me, and not for me wanting to be somebody else. somebody just loving. >> reporter: she is ready for her forever home. >> one, two, three. >> reporter: annette is this week's wednesday's child. >> don't forget, you could make the dream of a forever family come true for annette or anyone wednesday's child, sponsored by the dave thomas foundation, by going to our website, nbc10.com, or you could call 1-866-do-adopt. a death-defying act above one of the world's most famous waterfalls. two daredevils walked across a thin rope after practicing the stunt for years. we'll show you how it all turned out.
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let's head now to southern california where this weekend, the community is remembering three teenage girls who were killed on halloween by a hit-and-run driver. funeral services were held yesterday for the twin sisters and their friend. they were just 13 years old. police say he was driving with a suspended license. the aftermath of the jerry sandusky scandal continues. a federal judge has ordered that the ncaa will have to hand over nearly 500 internal e-mails linked to sanctions that the organization imposed on penn state in the wake of sandusky's conviction. the judge will review the e-mails to see if they can be withheld. the documents were ordered sealed and delivered to the court by noon next friday. the judge also wants a list of the names of every person connected to those e-mails. pennsylvania officials have been
challenging the sanctions, which include a $60 million fine and the forfeit of 112 wins under the late joe paterno. former nfl star mike vrabel says his three super bowl rings have been stolen. vrabel is a linebackers coach for the houston texans. he earned the rings as a member of the new england patriots. he told police that somebody broke into his house yesterday and swiped the rings while he was at his son's basketball game. vrabel announced the news on twitter to let area pawnshops know about the thefts. more legal troubles for actor and comedian andy dick. he has been arrested for theft in los angeles. police aren't releasing many details, but the website tmz is reporting that dick stole a necklace from a man on hollywood boulevard. the comedian has had several run-ins with the lawing including public exposure and public drunkenness.
happening right now, a fanfare for freedom. germany is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall. on this day in 1989, the cold war effectively ended when east germans won their freedom of movement against a communist regime. today, german chancellor angela merkel, who grew up in east germany, delivered a speech and led a candle lighting ceremony at one of the remaining sections of the wall. in southern africa, two high wire artists are feeling the success of having crossed the famous victoria falls on the border between zambia and zimbabwe. they are an economics student from germany and a journalist from austria. they walked on a line flung across the face of the waterfall. they were strapped to a safety tether, but this is a pretty incredible feat. they've been planning for this for the past two years. the time right now is 9:26. when we come back, a big event
is about to get under way at citizens bank park. nbc 10's matt delucia is there to fill us in. hey, matt. >> reporter: hey, rosemary. it's a walk to end alzheimer's. roughly 15,000 people are making their way to citizens bank park right now. i'll give you a live look coming up after this break. >> a great day for an event like that. we have a little blanket of cloud cover in some spots and we are looking at dry conditions. here's a live look outside, and also mild for this time of year, at least in the morning. we're going to warm up just a bit this afternoon. still cool. we'll talk more about that. warm to start your workweek and cold, cold, cold to finish it. we'll talk more about that coming up.
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grossman give you the news on that. good morning, i'm rosemary conners. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. it's 9:30 on this sunday. let's talk about today's forecast, michelle. the sunshine, that's really going to be on our side today, right? >> absolutely. some spots seeing full sunshine already. some seeing mostly cloudy skis. we will all see mostly sunny skies. a nice-looking day. here's a live look outside. it's along boat house row. we're looking at a quiet fall day. a really pretty day to enjoy it before it turns too cold. we'll talk more about that. but right now, we are looking at temperatures mainly in the 40s across the area. 47 in philadelphia. 44 in allentown. some clouds out there showing up on satellite, but we are dry. that's the good news. a weak cold front is sparking these clouds. but it is moving through without any rain. today by 11:00, 51. 3:00, cool conditions, a nice crisp fall day. 56 and lots of sunshine. we'll talk more about the rest
of the day and a warm-up to start your workweek. that's in just a few minutes. this morning, a man is in stable condition after he was shot outside of a nightclub in south philadelphia. investigators are now looking for the gunman. police tell us the 27-year-old victim was shot several times in the parking lot of club onyx around 12:30 this morning. that's on south columbus boulevard. we did some checking, and nbc 10 has covered several shootings outside of club onyx in recent years. this was the scene in february 2013 after a gunman opened fire outside the nightclub and injured three people. less than a month later, a 23-year-old man was murdered in the parking lot. overnight, also in philadelphia, a woman in her 30s was shot in the head and killed in the hunting park section of the city. nbc 10 was along the scene on rowan street. police have not made any arrests in this case and have not released the wal-mart's identity. philadelphia police are also investigating another deadly shooting. this happened in north philadelphia as well.
according to investigators, a 25-year-old man was shot in the leg and the back at 18th street and west gerard avenue. it happened around 10:30 last night. no arrests in this case yet. a family dispute late last might led to a double shooting in the philadelphia suburbs, and now two men are in the hospital. according to investigators, it all started when 70-year-old jon barry, seen here, got into a fight with a family member and shot him at a home on summit avenue. then police say they were called out to another house on the block where barry shot himself in the head. both barry and his relative are at the hospital in very critical condition. this morning a teen is being hailed as a hero for helping to rescue a philadelphia police officer who was trapped inside of his burning cruiser. according to police, a truck collided with this squad car, and as you can see, then burst into flames at 28th and tasker streets in south philadelphia. this was around 5:30 last night.
officer mark kinsey couldn't get out of the car. neighbors, including 17-year-old volunteer firefighter joe chambers, pulled the officer to safety. in this exclusive photo, you can see the teen meeting the officer in the hospital. he spoke only to nbc 10, and told us that he reacted quickly thanks to his firefighter training. i saw that it was a cop car, and right then i just started sprinting and did with a i had to do. >> officer kinsey is in stable condition. he's doing okay. a passenger in the truck that collided with the police cruiser, that passenger was taken to the hospital because he was injured. there's no word on that passenger's condition, though. witnesses say that they saw the truck's driver fleeing the accident scene, and police are still searching for that man. two americans are now back in the u.s. after being freed from captivity in north korea. 25-year-old matthew miller hugged his parents as he walked
off a plane in washington state. this was around midnight. you may remember that miller was arrested last spring for reportedly ripping up his visa when he traveled to north korea. he was sentenced to six years of hard labor. kenneth bae, the other american held captive, was all smiles when he got off the plane. he greeted his family on the tarmac. they had been in north korea for two years serving a 15-year sentence for alleged anti-government activity. he spoke after being reunited with his loved ones. >> i learned a lot. i grew a lot. lost a lot of weight. in a good way. but i'm standing strong because of you. and i thank you for being there. >> the two men were brought home by the director of national intelligence james clapper. he secured their release through a secret mission to north korea. today, thousands of participants will walk to end
alzheimer's in south philadelphia. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at citizens bank park, where that walk will begin in less than two hours from now. they're hoping to raise a lot of money to fight this disease. i see there are already a lot of folks out there right now. >> reporter: that's right. a lot of people are here early on, yet this walk doesn't start for another hour and a half. this is right outside citizens bank park, and in the next couple of hours, close to 15,000 people will be out here. this is the sixth and final alzheimer's walk in the delaware valley for this year, with a goal of raising $2 million, and more than a million just with this walk. we talk about how much of an impact this disease has. there's an estimated 300,000 people in our area, who are affected by alzheimer's and dementia. right now i'll bring in wendy campbell, the president and ceo of the delaware valley chapter. how important is this walk today? >> this is our ultimate fundraising event. this is the one that sets the pace for the whole year for us.
>> and what will people be doing today? at least a bit of a warmer day than yesterday. >> it was a gorgeous day. they're going to be walking. they're going to be visiting all our tents and sponsors. we've even got a community square where we hope they're all going to be using facebook, internet, sending out messages to everyone, inviting them to be here next year even. >> reporter: and how has this grown over the years? >> oh, really. when i came to the chapter in 2000, we were lucky that we got 2,000 people in the walk. so we were up huge. and we were lucky when we raised 100,000. >> reporter: sounds good. thank you, wendy. appreciate it. a lot of people are out here right now. we'll be back in another half-hour to show you what it looks like. a lot of action at the moment for this walk to end alzheimer's. live in south philadelphia this morning, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. violent protests south of the border. demonstrators demand justice after 43 college students
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protesters turn violent in mexico city as authorities reveal that 43 missing college students are now presumed dead. protesters set off molotov cocktails outside of the national palace in mexico city last night. they also smashed fences into the building's main door and marched through the streets. the 43 students disappeared last month on their way to protest in the small rural town of iguala. investigators now say the local mayor ordered police to confront them. police then shot several students and handed the rest over to a drug cartel. investigators now believe they have found the remains of the students, and those remains were burned and dumped into a river.
president obama will test his influence abroad this week as he begins a three-day trip to china. the president left the white house around 1:00 this morning. he's currently in alaska where air force one is refueling and is expected to land in beijing around 9:00 tonight. the president will attend the asia pacific economic cooperation summit, also known as apec. he will end his trip by heading to burma and then australia for the g20 summit. the president has had a very busy weekend. yesterday he announced his nominee for attorney general, but now the white house says that the senate may not vote on the nominee until next year. the president officially nominated loretta lynch yesterday. president obama says the 55-year-old new york federal prosecutor has a fierce commitment to equal justice. if lynch is confirmed, she will replace eric holder as the head of the justice department. no doubt the president's nomination will be discussed on "meet the press" today. also the midterm elections, they're in the books, but will
the results prompt a change in washington or produce more of the same problems? moderator chuck todd will be joined by a panel of experts to break down the election and the new congress, and again i'm sure they're going to be talking about the nomination of attorney general. wisconsin governor scott walker will also be there to talk about the future of the gop, it's all happening right here on nbc 10 this morning at 10:30. still ahead, a flyers player is knocked out of action. the hid that sidelined him is stirring quite a bit of controversy. the play and the outcome had beth teams upset. we'll have more coming up in sports. a really nice morning. it's cool. it's crisp. we're looking at temperatures mainly in the 40s. look at this shot. what a beautiful shot. kind of tells the whole story. looks really nice outside. just need to bundle up a bit. we do have some big-time changes ahead next week. that's all ahead.
>> a good sunday morning. i'm meteorologist michelle grossman. what a beautiful day. starting cool and crisp, but it's supposed to be. it's november. we're going to top out right around 56. so pretty close to normal for this time of year. a little bit below. but a nice fall day. a live look outside. a little bit of cloud cover in some spots. we'll call it mostly cloudy in philadelphia. 47 right now in philadelphia. we're six degrees warmer than where we were yesterday. a nice, quiet fall day. right now across the board, mostly sunny skies in reading. kind of depends on where you are. you're seeing a little more sunshine than other spots. temperatures mainly in the 40s to the north and west. dress for the 40s. 47 in westchester. 49 in glassboro. 49 as we head towards parts of central jersey. so taking a look outdoors, looking good. mostly cloudy.
a little blanket of cloud cover in some spots. that actually helps to keep us warmer overnight. we are looking at temperatures mainly in the 40s, as we go throughout the next couple of hours, you're out and about getting your stuff done. 55 by noon in philadelphia. 52 in allentown. 53 in cape may. as we head towards the afternoon, towards dinnertime, if you have plans, 53. in philadelphia, 47 in reading and 54 in cape may. so temperatures pretty uniform across the area. we have a few clouds. dry conditions. a very weak cold front moving through, sparking some clouds. but keeping us dry. today, 53 in allentown. 47 in mount pocono. 56 in northeast philadelphia. along the shore points, a great place to be always. in atlantic city, 56 in cape may. tonight it's beginning to be clear and cold, so bundle up for
tonight. bundle up for tomorrow morning when you leave for work. 39 in philadelphia. 32 in the suburbs. may drop into the 20s in the poconos. a clear and cold night. as we head towards monday, we're going to be milder than today. a nice monday. lots of sunshine. warming to near 60 degrees. that's actually above normal. even warmer on veterans day. wednesday, more clouds. partly sunny with an overnight shower tuesday into wednesday. 62, and then thursday, there's that big drop-off. that cold weather we're talking about. just 43 on saturday. hey, i'm john clark. just an avalanche of injuries for the flyers' defense. just when they get brandon coburn, they found out shane gostisbehere tore his acl, and then luke schenn goes down. luke schenn goes shoulder first into the boards. thank goodness he ducked his head. nathan mckinnon gets a five-minute major.
patrick roy losing it. and the flyers cash in on that power play. that is a heck of a shot. 1-0 flyers. then second period, still on that same power play, wayne simmonds makes him pay. the flyers almost let a 4-0 lead slip away. the flyers hold on 4-3, and they are not happy about what happened to luke schenn. >> i thought he should have got kicked out the rest of the game. obviously the refs decided that it was just a five-minute. but that's their decision. can't do anything about that now. >> how many times do you go into a corner and you have a forward in front of you. if you push him, he goes head-first into the boards. you just don't do it. it's dangerous, he goes head-first. you know, he was lucky. he hurt his shoulder, but i think a hit like that, you've got to get thrown out of the game. it's not a question. >> and eagles kicker cody parkey
was at the flyers game. met with giroux and voracek after the game. they wished cody luck on monday night. eagles' offensive line is coming together. jason kelce is back. evan mathis is going to return. hopefully some stability against the panthers. >> there won't be a single snap that the five guys we had last year will play together this year. not something that we like, but, it's just some adversity that we stare in the face and try to handle. >> we had some guys that are great football players, but quite frankly just inexperienced. i think matt tobin and david mulk bring a sense of depth. guys we can really count on if we need to count on them down the road. >> here's our lineup for tomorrow night. eagles pregame live at 7:00. eagles postgame live afterwards. penn state ended their longest losing streak in ten years. even with an offense that scored just one touchdown again
yesterday. so that's four offensive touchdowns in regulation over their last five games. let's go to indiana. second quarter, christian hackenburg intercepted by mark murphy. returns it for the touchdown. indiana's up 7-0. hackenburg with two picks. that's five interceptions over his last three games. here is the play. belton saving the day. 92 yards for the touchdown. state history and the nittany lions beat indiana 13-7. so one more win and penn state is bowl eligible. james franklin, a little sarcastic after this one. >> first of all, prettiest win i've ever seen. defense played unbelievable, played really well all game long. i'm excited that we won this week. i'm not looking at the past, not looking at the future, we're going to enjoy this, get back up, and get to work tomorrow. >> villanova hosting townsend. big win for john robertson. four total touchdowns. the wildcats win 42-18. they are 8-2 on the season. the tigers win 22-17.
penn is now 1-7. you've heard of nfl teams having inspirational players come to speak to them a night before a big game. how about justin bieber joining the steelers at bible study. interesting to see who's going to win now, steelers or jets. interesting. i'm john clark. have yourself a good weekend. coming up, a look at the future of emergency medicine. could drones one day replace ambulances? next we'll show you the life-saving machine that started as a school project. cocoa or eggnog? toasty or frosty?
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this is nbc 10 news. >> just a few minutes before 10:00. here is a live look at the ben franklin bridge. we still see some clouds out there. it's been that way for much of the morning. however, meteorologist michelle grossman tells us they're going to clear out of here. temperatures right now in the upper 40s. they're going to be mid 50s by this afternoon. and we will have plenty of sunshine. hopefully the weather will be decent for thanksgiving. the red power ranger, thomas the tank engine and paddington bear are the new balloons in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. the balloons were tested out at citi field in new york city yesterday. the 88th annual parade, by the way, will begin at 9:00 on thanksgiving day and you with watch it live right here on nbc 10. okay, there's some funny looking video in this next story, but it's actually a very serious situation. neighbors in ohio are working together to save a deer. take a look. the deer somehow got a halloween
pumpkin basket stuck over her head. she probably was looking for the candy inside. neighbors in mentor, ohio, which is just outside of cleveland first spotted the deer on wednesday. that means that it's gone for about four days without eating or drinking. they're worried if she doesn't get help soon, she'll die. >> you can tell it's getting desperate because it's kind of -- it's trying to go for help. it's actually approaching a human. >> police in mentor, ohio, say they're not really equipped for this kind of situation, so they've asked the state department of natural resources to step in. drones could be the future when it comes to getting quick emergency help to a scene. nbc >> what is your emergency? >> reporter: it's the difference between life and death. >> it's my dad. i think he had a heart attack. >> reporter: waiting for paramedics to arrive, agonizing minutes. but life-saving help may soon be coming from above. >> the balance drone is on its
way. >> reporter: this 23-year-old belgian student came up with the idea of a life-saving ambulance drone. with its built-in defibrillator, a camera can stream real-time instructions provided by emergency operator. it's all designed to save time, shaving long minutes off the average street time of a street balance. his research suggests the balance drone could dramatically increase chances of surviving a heart attack. >> most people, they hear the word drones and they associate it with killings and death. you're trying to change that. >> yeah, i am trying to change the perception that drones cannot only do those bad things, but can also do very good things for our society. >> reporter: for years, drones have been used by the u.s. military as lethal killing machines, but now, more and more companies are trying to expand how they're used. domino's is experimenting with drones to deliver pizza. amazon.com is developing a drone delivery system.
and farmers are using drones to help protect their fields. in this case, from wasps. and while the balance drone is just a prototype, and a few years away from actually saving lives, it has already changed one life. you're a popular guy on campus these days, right? >> at the moment, i am very popular, yeah. definitely changed my life. and a lot of companies are contacting me. but my first purpose is to see how we can take this to the next step. >> reporter: the next step, maybe. but more likely, a next flight. nbc 10 news today continues in just a moment with another half-hour of news. nbc 10's matt delucia is live down in south philly where you've got a lot going on down there, matt. >> reporter: yeah, rosemary. it's the walk to end alzheimer's. roughly 15,000 people are making their way to this sports complex. they will be walking to raise money and awareness for the
nbc 10 news starts now. >> i am strong buzz of you. >> two americans are back home after being held captive in north korea. this morning, our first look at the emotional reunion with family members. also this morning, we're following a developing story about a crash involving a philadelphia police officer whose cruiser caught on fire. this morning, the search is on for the other driver. it is shaping up to be a really nice, crisp fall day. here's a live look at citizens bank park where thousands of people are gathering for the nation's largest alzheimer's walk. we'll take you there for a live report in just a few minutes. good morning, and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's 10:00 on this sunday. let's check in with meteorologist michelle grossman, who's tracking the cool, dry conditions outside. we do have some clouds, but real