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a ritual in philadelphia. it is a farewell to an officer killed while protecting others. a sacrifice police know all too well. >> every day you get in your car and you don't know if you're coming home or not. >> tomorrow the city will say it's final good-bye to officer wilson. tomorrow officers will march to a viewer here for officer wilson. this is the second such march for this officer today. thousands backed into west philadelphia where wilson grew up. police officers marching in formation for their brother in blue. parked outside of the few ral home of freshly painted patrol car bares the name of robert
wilson the third. honoring the officer shot and killed while on duty last week. >> every day you get in your car you don't know if you're coming home or not. >> each officer knows that threat. while beautiful, in the face of tragedy, it seems to happen far too often. >> i have been here seven years -- >> in this case officer wilson leaving behind two boys without a father. >> a 10-year-old that has not had enough time with his dad and a 1-year-old that won't have many memories of him. >> his picture is on a large mural outside of a funeral homes. and strangers stopping in the street to pay their respects. even chip kelly bringing
autographed footballs for wilson's two sons. >> philadelphia is one family, whether you're law enforcement or civilian, it's one family. >> and that drooefing process will continue tomorrow morning. we expect thousands more to line the streets rain or shine. >> tomorrow morning's viewing will take place from 7:00 to 10:00 at the university of pennsylvania followed by a funeral at 11:30 a.m. turning to the weather now, and a look at the "first alert" radar. >> let's find ot what to expect from sheena parveen. >> we're watching rain moving in right now and once it starts where ever you live it is going to last for several hours. so you see mostly south jersey northern delaware. we so the green that is lighter
rain. those are heavier rain showers and we really just expect rain but take a look at how much rain we have to get to before we dry out. big area of rain to the south and southwest. this will be moving through to start off our weekend. good news as temperatures move through your weekend. right now we're around 40 degrees. we expect just rain early tomorrow morning. it will be rainy starting after your saturday. 10:00 rain still. and by noon around 50 and that rain continues. coming up the timing through the rest of the weekend and we'll show you when you can finally get outside. that is straight ahead. breaking news right now in northeast philadelphia where a car has crashed into a house here on red lion road. this is near alexander lane. you will can see half of the car in the house here, a lot of damage.
new at 11:00, police think children are behind two girls being shot in the face with bee bees. the girls are expected to be okay. some mainline homeowners are preparing for an influx of guns this weekend. >> they're protesting the lowerxv marion arms industry. the neighbors are pretty alarmed. >> just before night fall the park was as quiet as can be. this sunday it will be packed with gun rights advocates. >> you're not delighted to have a lot of guns in the neighborhood? >> i'm not delighted to have a lot of guns around no. >> she got the townships notify
indication phone call today. she supports the freedom of expression of gun rights groups like these demonstrators at a similar event. it is the group's latest choice of location. >> the location concerns are twofold. not only is this park crowded on weekends filled with families but if you walk with me there are a number of homes just steps away. >> is it fair to say you're trying to make a point? >> absolutely. >> they insist this park location is part of that message. they believe that lower marion township has overstepped. >> they have an ordinance that has been illegal for four years and they're refusing to repeal it. >> you think they're breaking state law? >> absolutely. >> he says residents should be
upset with township residents. george spencer nbc 10 news. >> tonight, friends and neighbors held a vigil to help a philadelphia man murdered while taking his dog for a walk. they gathered with their own dogs and then walked to 64th and woodcrest. that is where someone shot and killed james spoolin. friends say they have a message for the shooter. >> we love our neighborhood and our community and it is something that we will stand up for and we're not going to high or be scared. >> police say he may have saved his daughter's life because he decided to walk the dog instead of her. tonight police have no expects and no motives in the case. another college fraternity is facing charges.
the e-mail under investigation was laced with racist and sexist language and demanded that certain ethnicities be suspended from frat parties. the yurt is now investigating. earlier this week, the university of oklahoma shut down a fraternity after this video surfaced. it shows frat members singing a racist chant. they expelled two of the students. they hired a high profile attorney. he says the video is inexcuse able. they say the students still have rights that must be protected. now to a developing story in delaware county. a pedestrian has serious injuries after being trapped underneath a car. it happened around 9:30 tonight. emergency crews worked to free the victim. police say the driver stayed at the scene. we now know that who people
were injuried in this house fair in glauster county. a new jersey man was among the service members killed in a helicopter crash off of the coast. he was from basking ridge in somerset county in north jersey. salvage operations began at the sight today. the chopper when down in fog. all clear tonight after officials found two suspicious packages at the base exchange and commissary. the authorities determined there was no threat and they let everyone back inside. and a man who helped usher
students off of this bus. the driver acquaint aware how bad the situation was. >> it was like it is sinking into the hole and then when he came out i helped him take all of the kids out. >> no one was hurt. a new effort to get philadelphia kids to start school earlier. michael nutter signed the ordinance of putting universal free kindergarten access on the budget. they would come up with a fanding formula. it could cost an estimated $53 million a year. education expected to be front and center for the next race for mayor in philadelphia. the democratic candidates will chair off april 7th at 7:00 p.m. you can watch here on nbc 10 and
telemundo. what would you want to ask the candidate? here is your chance. click the news app or go to nbc 10.com. state health officials sent guidelines for edible marijuana to three dispensaries this week. busy friday the 13th on the jersey shore. animal advocates say they recieved eight different calls for seals on the beaches there today. they say it is a consequence of the warmer weather, the seals are enjoying the sunny beaches. >> rain moving into the area overnight. where you live and how soon your weekend will dry out. and nbc 10 has new dash cam video.
from our jersey shore bureau, a bankruptcy judge held off approving a deal to sell the revel casino to a developer. the judge decided she does not have jurisdiction. it leaves the property still closed with no clear buyer and it raises the chances that the former casino could go into foreclosure. there will be another hearing on monday to reconsider the decision. >> hundreds of casino workers protested in front of the trump taj mahal. they say they are thankful that
thousands of people still have a job. new at 11:00, a man killed in a freak accident in allen allentown, police say they were crushed in a garbage truck this morning. they believe the man was homeless and may have been sleeping in a dumpster. the coroner's office is trying to find his family. >> show me your hands. don't move. >> the life of a man kills by police filed a federal civil rights lawsuit. he was unarmed when she was shot to death during a forecast stop in december. police say they removed a dun from the car. >> get out of the vehicle now. get out of the car. get out. >> to another traffic stop triggering controversy and talk of a lawsuit. we first showed you cell phone
video between a driver and a police sergeant but now we're seeing it from a different perspective. today they released dash cam video of the traffic stop. they say what happened was lawful. >> get out of the car now. >> they say it never would have escalated to this point if the driver had simply shown his i.d. and stepped out of the car, but the driver says he was too scared to get out. he asked his passenger to keep recording on his cell phone saying he feared what might happen next. >> you didn't tell me why you pulled me over. >> get out of the [ bleep ] car. >> the driver hired an attorney saying the officer was too aggressive and profiled him and the other three black passengers. >> i made it clear that we would
make sure that our police officers are doing whatever is appropriate. >> police say the driver was defiant. they claimed the sergeant asked him 20 times to simply exist thet the car. he was pulled over for a broken taillight and a outof state license plate that did not show up in the system. they say he cannot use excess sieve force. >> not at all. he used an arm drag. there was no punch, no kicking, no chemical mace. he used the force necessary to affect an arrest. >> we posted the entire video of the confrontation on nbc10.com. >> new at 11:00, the garden parkway will never be the same. the interchange gives drivers direct access to jimmy lee's
road. so exists are getting new numbers. exist 131 will become exit 132. >> tonight dozens of girlscouts gathered in south jersey to help those who are battling cancer. they made no sew blankets that will be donated to a organization that sends care packages to local cancer patients. the event reck nices ground breaking achievements while honoring with stories of survival. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. well we have rain moving into the area right now and once it starts it will be several hours before it is over.
still rain lasting overnight tonight, it will be continuing through the morning hours here too. here is a look at future weather early saturday morning. you notice all of this rain coming up and by the time you wake up around 8:00 or 9:00 we will be covered in rain. so you will have a pretty steady rainfall by the morning and we will continue to see that through the day on saturday. but it looks better into sunday. it will be windy, sunday but at least it will be dry. there is a chance we could see freezing rain in the higher elevations up there, we're in the upper 30s to 40 degrees in the area. we should be staying on the milder side, and here is all of the rain moving in. it will help steady out those temperatures, too. it will continue to move in all of this rain until we dry out. we have to get through all of this before we can see more sunshine. right now we have rain in south
jersey moving into chester and lancaster county approaching philadelphia. very light rain through cape may and atlantic counties. this continues to the philadelphia area and it will spread throughout the rest of tonight. but you see that yellow coloring that is heavier rain across 95. we will have heavier projects into tomorrow. moving the rain in early tomorrow morning 8:00. temperatures should be well above freezing in philadelphia. areas north and west upper 30s to around 40 degrees. you will be waking up with rain through tomorrow morning. this lasts through the middle of the day. temperatures upper hos to40s to lower 50s. showers tomorrow morning and some areaing could be in the mid to upper 50s as we go through the afternoon.
then we really start to clear out by sunday. it will be windy as we go through the day on sunday. it will be a better day. rain continues to spread throughout the area. 36 north and west so we expect today to stay above freezing. steady rain tomorrow afternoon, more breaks from the rain. we'll have scattered showers. either way if you're out tomorrow, take the umbrella with you. we could get into the 60s the farther south you go. 52 for the high cooler and windy. temperatures near 60 degrees. amy? thank you, sheena. amy fadool here. marcus mariota was in our area. we'll hear from him ahead. and villanova struggling to get past providence. we have a thriller from madison square garden. i am never getting married. never.
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hello, i'm amy fadool. marcus mariota is in town tonight receiving the national football player of the year. we spoke with him about the last time he saw his one-time college coach. >> yeah we talked a little about the process and he wanted to check in and see how he is doing. >> is there a good chance that chip will try to get you in this draft somehow? game four of the sixers
five-game home stand tonight, hosting the kings. come on kings, step up your game. jeremy grant, he will finish with authority. the lead down to just three. noel goes -- yeah that is impressive. another dunk. 16 points for the rookie. seven sixers in double digits. villanova facing providence. trouble with the inbound, dunn lays it in. not a happy day. going in and drawing the foul he hit both free throws. a two-point lead. last chance. the fryers who will get a decent look off of the mark. they get to advance for the first time since 1997.