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it's scary and it's sad. it's terrifying. >> i am upset and scared for my family. >> a community on edge. some one is burning their property. this morning why police think one person is responsible for four fires. we'll take a live look at the linc. in south philadelphia a. cooler start this morning, but the weather should be perfect for the birds and the breeze this afternoon. i am ted greenberg. thank you for starting your morning with us. it's 7:00 a.m. michelle grossman is in the weather center, and had to break down this morning, the mercury went into the 30s and had to turn the heat on. >> i put my heat on for like the 40s or 50s, so understand the
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30s. poor jamie. as we look outside, we're looking at clear skies and those skies are dropping the temperatures overnight. this is a beautiful view. looks pretty, but if you look from inside and step outside, it's cold as ted mentioned. a big difference from this time yesterday. 15 degrees cooler in millville. 10 degrees colder in dover. temperatures are in the 30s mainly to the north and west and some spots in the mid-30s, like blue bell, quakertown in the mid-30s, and 38 degrees in pottstown and 41 degrees in mt. pocono. 58 in philadelphia. 30s along the coast as well, and 39 in atlantic city, and 39 in wildwood. for today, once we get the sun going we are going to warm up quickly. by 8:00, temperatures in the 40s. lunchtime, 63, and by 4:00, 70 degrees. we'll talk more about today's forecast and warmer on monday, and we'll talk about that too coming up.
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two cars and a garage set on fire in a quiet montgomery county neighborhood. families are on edge scared the arsonist will strike again. in total, there were four separate fires within blocks of one another, all set over the past two days. monique braxton is live in the digital operation center with details. monique? >> hey, ted, people are waking up in this montgomery county neighborhood wondering if a neighbor, somebody they know, is responsible for this. this is what some discovered on thursday morning, the front seat of a truck destroyed on the 300 block of cherry street, and then this garage was gutted not far away, and families said this is terrifying and one said it's sad it has come to this. investigators say the arsonists didn't stop there. police were called when two cars were left charred nearby friday
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morning. many in this close-knit neighborhood say they are joining forces with hopes of preventing further destruction. >> i think you always have to keep an eye out no matter where you are nowadays, and if you see something, say something. >> they do think kids are committing the crimes in the wee hours of the morning. police tell us this case is their top priority. in the digital operation center, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. now 7:03, and bail denied. that's the ruling for a man now charged with a cold case rain and murder of a teenager from more than 30 years ago. george shaw is accused of sexually assaulting and killing a young girl, and family members of the victim were in the courtroom. barbara rowan was baby sitting shaw's daughter when she vanished. her body was found weeks later,
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but it took 31 years for police to arrest shaw who had been living in florida. prosecutors say during that time shaw also rained a 69-year-old woman from montgomery county. police say the break in the murder case came from this man, robert sanders. he admitted to helping shaw dispose of the girl's body. authorities tied shaw to the crime with sanders' testimony before a grand jury. the owner of this auto tag shop in southwest philadelphia is dealing with more misery. on thursday, a robber stabbed him 20 times and he remains in critical condition. then yesterday someone broke into the shop at 63rd street and dick's avenue. so far not clear if anything was taken and police have no suspects in those crimes. philadelphia's transgender community is remembering one of its own following a rally that drew hundreds of people in center city. the fifth annual trans march took on a somber mood after
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jenkins was murdered last tuesday. the killing sparked conversation for those that attended the rally yesterday. jenkins was attacked by five men before she was shot in the back. her death is reigniting discussion about violence in the transgender community. >> it hurt me. there are people out here are cruel, and if you don't like them you don't like them, if you do, you do, let them live their life the way they want to live their life. >> she is the second transgender woman known to be murdered in philadelphia this year. in the meantime, the city of philadelphia will honor lbgt history month. the mayor will speak outside city hall this morning, and also officials will raise the rainbow flag. and city leaders will dedicate a new mural.
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also happening today, the annual columbus day parade in south philadelphia. the city's italian pride will be to display as the parade makes its way down broad street. and frankie avalon will be this year's grand marshal. and then the children's sabbath service in center city. hill jumped into stardom after performing for pope francis during the world meeting of families. the girl choir is also performing today which focuses on the needs of children in our area. up next, a firry scene in
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lake tahoe. plus, playoff baseball gets dirty with a play from former philly, chase utley. in the next half hour, what major league is saying about this slide.
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welcome back on this sunday morning. it's a cold, cold start. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the sun is shining and going to
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start to warm us up over the next several hours. a beautiful view overlooking center city. lots of sunshine today and a beautiful start to the weekend and another picture perfect day as well. temperatures across the region, cold, cold, cold. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. 40 in reading, and philadelphia, 50 degrees, and 39 degrees in cape may. that's what we are seeing across the area. 39 in allentown, and 38 in pottstown and 37 in millville, and 39 degrees in atlantic city, and 37 in wildwood. good idea to get the jackets this morning as you head out because it's a cold, cold start. we are seeing frost in some spots especially in the north and west to the poconos. sunny and nice today, we will lose the winds and we had breezy conditions yesterday, and light winds today at 5 to 10 miles per hour, and topping out around 70, and we usually top out around 68. monday, even warmer. tuesday we are tracking the
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chance for showers and so grab the umbrella for tuesday and back to sunshine on wednesday. we will have your full forecast and a peek at your 7-day coming up. 11 minutes after 7:00 now, new from overnight. investigators say two people are dead after a small plane crash into the a home near the california and nevada border. our nbc affiliate in reno say officials are not providing further details at this time and the investigations will be continued today. so excited. words can't describe how exciting this feels. >> every wedding is exciting for the bride and groom, but did these two put on a show. the story behind the classical love tale. i would hate to think that utley tried to hurt somebody. >> or did he? this morning, former philly's
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star under investigation for this hit. what major league officials say concerns them the most.
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7:14, and decision 2016, democratic presidential candidate, bernie sanders is calling for something that used to be a federal law, a ban on assault weapons. he proposed the ban at a campaign rally in colorado yesterday. the senator said there's widespread support to ban assault weapons which have no purpose but to kill people and called for universal background checks for gun buyers. meantime, republican presidential frontrunner, trump,
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made his first official campaign stop in georgia last night. he spoke about immigration and tensions with the russians, and took several jabs at his gop opponents that cut into his lead at the polls. >> these people, whether it's marco or jeb, it's all political stuff, you get so tired of it. carl carley, it's like a machine gun, after ten minutes, it's like, oh, please, you can't take it anymore. >> trump spoke about the infrastructure problem saying he knows the construction business better than anybody. president obama offered advise to kanye west. he spoke to a celebrity-filled audience before west performed to support the democratic hope fund yesterday. the rapper and husband of kim kardashian has publicly showed
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interest in run tporg presideni president or speaker of the house. the president offered this. on the serious note, he said kanye's represent the american ideal, that anybody that cares about the country can create change. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> a few changes in our weather this morning. we are looking at temperatures colder than this time yesterday. some spots 18 degrees colder, so we are off with temperatures in the 30s and 40s across the area. yesterday we topped out at 66. it was beautiful. and even a little warmer than where we were yesterday. weather headlines on this sunday morning, yeah, after a chilly start, a beautiful day, and that sun will help us warm up to near 70 degrees later on this afternoon, so a warmer day compared to yesterday and even
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warmer on monday before showers return on tuesday. you will need the umbrella on tuesday. winds out of the south at 5 miles per hour, and the winds a big change, too. we are going to see light winds throughout the day. we have a frost advisory for the poconos until 9:00 a.m., and you may want to bring in plants that may be susceptible to the frost or covered. this morning we are seeing frost in the poconos, and upper bucks county and places like that. temperatures are cold like that this morning. 40 in reading, and 50 degrees in philadelphia, and that's the hot spot so to speak. 34 degrees in wildwood, new jersey. a live look outside, looking beautiful. lots of sunshine. you will need the sunglasses. a cold start warming up to near 60 degrees by lunchtime. all is quiet on radar, and
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that's the good news. nothing showing up here today. nothing showing up there until tuesday. we will bring in the clouds on tuesday and also a shower chance. future weather, mostly sunny skies today and light winds, and temperatures around normal for this time of year, and dropping back into the 40s and 30s overnight, so another cold night tonight and then warmer on monday as we near 75 degrees, and that's well above normal this time of year. clouds come back into the forecast on tuesday along with showers on tuesday. today across the area, mostly. >> 70 in northeast philadelphia, and 68 degrees this afternoon in doylestown, and 69 in mount holly. and then i think we are going to top out around 70 degrees in philadelphia, as well as chester and wilmington. 7-day forecast, 70 this afternoon, and eagles looking great by 1:00, and monday, mostly sunny skies and a nice
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day, warmer. 75 on tuesday. that's the change and an umbrella might be needed. wednesday, back into the 60s and friday, clouds come in late and a shower chance as well before we clear out on saturday, and a cool day, though, 60 degrees. and then celebrating the sounds of sinatra this weekend, and last night they added wedded bliss to their concert. the violinists walked across the stage with her father to join her groom, fellow violinists. michael nutter performed the ceremony, and nbc 10 caught up with the happy couple afterwards. >> so excited. words can't describe how exciting this feels. >> we're thrilled. and overwhelmed. >> congratulations to them. the bride finished the concert in her wedding dress, and the newlyweds will perform in both concerts today.
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about 20 after 7:00 now. up next here on nbc 10 news today, off the gridiron and out of the uniform. conner barwin like you have probably never seen him, how he is sharing a passion for the arts with local students.
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we're used to seeing eagles linebacker, connor barwin, making hits on the field. this summer he shared his love of culture with a group of kids and our cameras were there as well. >> we're at material culture with a bunch of kids from a charter school in downtown philly. i grew up around the importance of art and culture, and it's an
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area of academic study not talked about a lot in school. >> my life has been around football and sports, but also as a young person, the arts culture was something i was exposed to a lot, and it's very important to make you a more well-rounded and educated person, so i think it's great you all are here. >> the exhibit is meant to show the different ethnic groups in africa. more than 3,000 different groups and it's only when you understand the underlying ethnic groups that you can understand a lot of the politics of africa, and also it's when you come to appreciate the beauty and sophistication of the artwork and a lot of times we don't appreciate that. >> i was not expecting everything to be so up close. like, once we came up here it was right in my face. we can actually touch this stuff and feel what this stuff is made out of. it's nice to learn stuff that is hand made and every little stitching inside the clothing
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and stuff like that, everything meant something. and she went into detail with everything. it was pretty cool learning about that. >> i want to ask you, all of the skirts up here, are any of these replicated? >> they are all real. >> it's really exciting. these kids have been asking questions the whole time and it has been good for me, it has educated me, i have been through it three times now and every time i learn something or pick up something new and it's great to have all these kids here. >> barwin and the rest of the birds will be taking the field in just a few hours from now. you are looking live inside the linc from our eagles' nest camera, and the lights are on but all is quiet. it's a must-win game for each team, each are 1-3. 7:25 right now. here's a question. who set fire to cars and a garage in a montgomery county
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neighborhood? monique braxton has the latest on thee esinvestigation. >> we'll have an update on the case after the break. the sun is shining but it's still cold outside. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. some spots close to freezing right now. the beautiful sunshine will warm us up to near 70 degrees.
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who is setting fire to cars and property in montgomery county? that's the question police are asking this morning as neighbors wake up on edge. chasing a playoff win, but
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has former phillies player, chase utley gone too far after this sliding play last night. the saints are march into philadelphia with perfect weather today. an exclusive look inside the linc this morning. kickoff at 1:00 this afternoon, and the birds trying to get their second win today. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i am ted greenberg. we thank you so much for being with us early on this sunday. today is going to be a winner after a chilly start. first alert meteorologist, michelle grossman, in the weather center. >> yeah, a cold start. temperatures in the 30s and 40s but a winner. by this afternoon, near 70 degrees and lots of sunshine so enjoy that as we head throughout our sunday. live view from our adventure aquarium camera. we have a frost warning in place until 9:00 a.m. in the poconos,
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and just want to cover your sensitive plants or bring them indoors if you can. temperatures in the 30s and 40s, and 38 degrees in pottstown. 37 in millville. a cold 39 in atlantic city, and so for today we will warm up nicely. by lunchtime, 63 degrees and then by 3:00, 69, topping out around 70. another beautiful day on monday and we'll talk more about that coming up. one car set fire twice in the same neighborhood. people that live there say they are frightened this will continue or get worse. they are investigating four separate fires within blocks of one another, all set within the past two days in pennsburg.
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>> investigators tell us a manhunt is under way for the arsonist that set those fires over a period of two days putting everybody on edge. here is video we captured of the damage done to a garage. you see it is now boarded up. the targeted properties are blocks apart. we were also shown what is left of the front seat of a truck ignited on the same pens burg street. in all, two cars torched and a car and garage on thursday morning. >> it's scary and it's sad. it's terrifying. >> i am flabbergasted. i am upset and scared for my family, too. >> the police tell us they do believe the same person is responsible. in the digital operation center, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. now as breaking news last night at 11:00, a man shot in
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the stomach in an attempted robbery remains in critical condition. officers took him to the hospital, and so far no arrests. bail denied. that is the ruling in the cold case of a man now charged with a teenage sex murder from 30 years ago. george shaw is accused of raining and killing a 14-year-old girl, and a judge arraigned him yesterday morning, and family members of the victim were in the courtroom. barbara rowan was baby sitting his child when she vanished. it took 31 years for officers to arrest shaw who lived in florida, and during that time he rained a 69-year-old woman from montgomery county. the break in the case came from this man, sanders, who admitted to helping shaw dispose of the body.
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the owner of this auto tag shot in southwest philadelphia is dealing with more misery. on thursday, a robber stabbed him 20 times and he remains in critical condition, and yesterday somebody broke into the shop at 63rd street and dick's avenue. so far it's not clear if anything was taken and police have no suspects in those crimes. philadelphia's transgender community, the fifth annual trans march took on a somber mood after a transgender woman, jenkins, was murdered last tuesday. the killing sparked conversation for those that attended the rally yesterday, and police say jenkins was attacked by five men before she was shot in the back, and her death is reigniting discussion about violence in the transgender community. from our delaware bureau this morning, the former
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professor died on friday at his home in the philippines. he won the 2010 nobel prize for chemistry for developing the process of speeding up the bonding with carbon atoms. thousands of activist are back home marching the 20th anniversary of the million-man march. the theme of yesterday's march was justice or else. it was a change from 1995 when organizers called on african-american men across the nation to help families. trayvon martin's phot spoke to the crowd. >> a lot of times we think this is all about civil rights, but this is about human rights. >> hundreds of people from our area travelled in buses to d.c. yesterday. some of them made the same trip 20 years ago. >> 20 years ago, that was the
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most beautiful thing. i put that to go along with my children being born, to see that many black men together, peacefully and trying to form a purpose. >> when you think about these times, these special times that we live in, we know that we are aiming for equity for everybody, everybody is reaching out to know that we are one. >> president obama was a community organizer in chicago when he attended the original million-man march in 1995, and he was not at yesterday's event. 7:35, and still ahead, movie star, randy quaid, finds himself in a real-life drama. what landed him behind bars in vermont and who he was arrested with.
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now 7:38. in south carolina, rescue teams are still saving people who are trapped in their homes by floodwaters. crews are using boats and they are evacuating or bringing food and water to stranded people. a river near the state capital of columbia swamped the area during deadly flooding last week and several roads remain underwater and the water in some neighborhoods is at least 20
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feet deep, more than a dozen dams failed or were breached. meantime people in southern california are looking to beat the heat this weekend. these folks cooled off in the waves at venice beach. the national weather service declared a heat alert as temperatures reached a record-breaking 108 degrees, about 60 people were treated for heat exhaustion and 20 were hospitalized and forecasters say temperatures should dip back into the double digits this week. a beautiful start to the weekend. temperatures in the mid-60s. it felt like a beautiful fall day to start off our weekend. we are starting off colder and end up warmer and then warmer on monday. weather headlines on your sunday, another beauty today. 70 later on this afternoon, although very cold right now in the 30s and 40s, and warming to near 70s.
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yesterday we were at 66, so we'll tack on about four degrees. showers for tuesday and more clouds on tuesday. 50 in philadelphia, mostly cloudy skies and a mixture of sun and clouds we will call it. and you want to bring any plants in or cover plants that may be susceptible to frost. we are seeing temperatures in the 30s in some spots, and mid-30s in some spots, quakertown and blue bell. 39 in allentown, and 38 degrees in pottstown. cool in philadelphia, although that's the warmest spot. and 37 in millville. a live look outside. we're looking good right now. clear skies and a beautiful start to our day. we're not expecting rain today or on monday, but rain comes back into the forecast on tuesday. enjoy the second half of your weekend. i know the first half was a beautiful start. all is quiet on radar.
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hardly any clouds either. we had the bright blue skies yesterday and we will see that again today. lots of sunshine, really nice, and light winds and temperatures around 70. a cold night tonight, clear skies once again, and then warming it up nicely on monday near 75 degrees, and mostly sunny skies once again, and then big time changes come on tuesday. they don't last very long. this is a look at tuesday. certainly more cloud cover, so tuesday will look different than today and also monday. eagle's forecast, a beautiful day for tailgating. and then by the fourth kwouquar 69 degrees. sunny and nice, enjoy it, and 7-day forecast, 75 on monday, and by tuesday, cloud cover on tuesday, and showers and 74, and wednesday mostly sunny and 67, and then thursday, looking nice but windy, and 67 before showers
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return on friday. >> thank you, michelle. the u.s. border patrol in vermont is holding actor, randy quaid, and his wife. officers arrested the couple friday night as they tried to enter the country from canada. they were wanted in california on felony vandalism charges in 2010. canadian officials told them they would be deported and an extradition hearing will be held this week. 7:42. bernie sanders and hillary clinton will be talking guns in the upcoming democratic debate. chuck todd will give us a preview of this morning's edition of "meet the press."
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new this morning, u.s. golfers have done it again winning the president's cup for the sixth straight time. it was decided by the final match in south carolina. bill hawes got the winning point. the u.s. team won 15 1/2 to 14.5, the closest competition in a decade.
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chase utley is no longer a philly, but he is still a killer. he slid to break up a double play and led the dodgers to a comeback victory but broke the leg of the short stop, tejada. mets fans are upset by what some believe are the dirty play from utley. >> broke my short stop's leg. that's all i know. it's over and done and not much we can do about it. >> every single guy on the field, both dugouts, it's huge. got the game tied and after the replay gave us a rally. >> baseball is looking at weather utley's slide was a late hit. we pulled this video from 2010.
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it's the same two players. utley and tejada from a game at citizens park. both players walked away from that encounter. the eagles with a must-win game today. they only scored three points in the first quarter this season. >> obviously i don't think they were happy with our start against dallas, but it's one of the things where we're not happy with it either and we are just as frustrated and it's not fun go into half-time figuring how the we are going to dig ourselves out of a hole we put ourselves in, and it's much more fun to go out and establish a lead early. >> we go one-on-one with malconjenkins, our player
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correspondent. last year in three games against the panthers, he gave up four goals. last night, he gave up four goals in less than seven minutes. 1-0, just over a minute in. mason turns it over, and tphoeu srurt comes in, and not much different. jagr, 43 years old, and the mullet coming back. flyers lose 7-1, and afterwards players called a players-only meeting after the second game of the season. >> i take responsible for the outcome of the game. >> should leave a sour taste for everybody. >> good owe phupb for the eagles. temple's defense was fantastic. the owls are undefeated because of plays like this.
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look at the great catch by robby anderson right there. pj walker, and thomas, nice. they beat tulane 49-10. look at that interception. the owls are 5-0 for the first time in 41 years. let's go to happy valley. homecoming. a big day for christian hackenberg. can you believe this? hackenberg ran two in. dive into the end zone here. penn state wins 29-7. james franklin in a much better mood this week. >> do you work out? you look pretty good running down the sideline for that time-out today. >> no, i actually look decent, but if i take my shirt off it's somewhat disgusting. i'm a skinny fat guy.
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>> a lot of us have that problem there. villanova hosting james madison, and missing this guy, robertson. and then houston carson, 94 yards for the touchdown the other way, and nova falls 38-16. they are 2-3. and the quakers come back. the quakers tie it at 45 under 2:00 to go, and fordham hits a field goal with 48 seconds left, and the quakers are 1-3. we can now reveal our games of the week for next week. upper dublin at preliminaryother-white marsh, and malvin prep at ae episcopal. you can vote at and okafor, the sixers beat the
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nets, and we will have a full wrap after sunday night football and the news of the eagles game. the "today" show coming our way in about nine minutes. let's go to new york, and erica hill and craig melvin to see what they have got for us. good phoeurpmorning, guys. >> new details this morning in the case of a texas city councilman tasered by police outside his home. some think he's already out-of-bounds even before stepping on to the field, greg hardy will play for the first time this season following his four-game suspension for domestic violence, but his recent comments about tom brady
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and his wife have some wondering if he learned his lesson. also getting attention, amy schumer's comments in germanhe log. >> the psychological thriller "misery." we will have that and much more when we get started. >> impossible to forget that scene. thanks, guys. >> 25 years. doesn't seem like it has been that long, does it, ted? >> no. the way our tax dollars are spent to help the homeless is changing and not everybody is happy about it. mitch blacher has a first look at a story you will see tuesday afternoon at 4:00. >> the goal is to eliminate homelessness. >> the federal government and local programs helping the
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homeless are at odds at how to accomplish their goals, and the feds want to cut training programs and use it on permanent housing. >> they will live there forever at taxpayer expenses. >> we take our questions to the department of housing and urban development and introduce you to a woman trying to get back on her feet but worried the program helping her might soon shut down. >> that's tuesday at 4:00 p.m., and i am mitch blacher, nbc 10 news.
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a democratic debate in vegas and a republican revolt in the house. those are the top issues on this morning's edition of nbc's "meet the press." chuck taught odd is the moderat joins us live. thank you for being with us. >> good morning, ted. >> the first democratic presidential debate in las vegas is coming up on tuesday, and frontrunne frontrunners, hillary clinton and bernie sanders has really not attacked each other, but do you think that will change when they are on the stage together. >> you can judge for yourself. bernie sanders is on the show today, and he is making the case of why it should matter in his
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mind whether you have held the same position from day one versus hillary clinton, who, for instance, is just joining him in his opposition to the big opposition trade deal and things like that, and he is starting to make a credibility argument. one thing i would watch for is not just the dynamics between clinton and sanders, but there are three one percenters. is it going to be clinton or sanders? i have a feeling sanders might be under as much fire as clinton from the one percenters as clinton. >> that's coming up right here on nbc 10. the "today" show is coming your way next. i am ted greenberg for michelle and all of us here on nbc 10, we hope you have a fantastic sunday. >> a perfect weekend. >> see you later.
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good morning. officer justified. prosecutors in ohio release two independent reports, finding a cleveland police officer did nothing wrong when he shot 12-year-old tamir rice to death last year. tamir's family blasting the reports, while the officers still faces the possibility of criminal charges. controversial use of force. an uproar in texas after police taser a councilman who was on his knees. the entire confrontation caught on camera. one of the officers involved, also part of another high-profile arrest that ended in tragedy. out of bounds? >> i hope i come out guns blazing. >> greg hardy onhe


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