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we'll see wind speeds sustained between 10 to 20 miles per hour. so it's going to feel even colder than some of these temperatures. 10:00 a.m., 41. 1:00 p.m., 44 degrees so again, our temperatures are going to feel colder than the actual temperatures which will be between 40 and 47 degrees. mostly sunny for us, breezy and colder than yesterday. wind speeds will stay out of the west, 10 to 20 miles per hour. i'm tracking even colder weather and as you head back to work next week i'll go over more on that coming up. >> january 1, and that means it is time for the mummers. we're just three hours away from the 116th mummers' parade. >> yeah, it's going to be fun. matt delucia is live in center city where the mummers will begin to strut down broad street. matt, we saw changes to the route last year. what's happening so far this
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year? >> reporter: well, so far it seems everyone is still asleep or just starting their day. still enjoying themselves from the celebration of last night. but here along jfk boulevard you can see some of the floats that are here, parked and ready to go. we've got quite a few of them that are lined up here along the boulevard from 16th up to 22nd street. and this really is where everything will sort of begin and then will make their way over to the judging stage over at 15th and jfk by city hall. that's really where the parade begins. take a look at some scenes from last year. >> happy new year! >> reporter: it is a new year's day tradition here in philadelphia. the 116th year for the mummers' parade. more than 40 clubs and people come out every year to show off and strut down broad street. and as we mentioned last year you might remember the organizers changed the route to start at city hall.
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then make their way down broad street and end at washington. it was the opposite direction, a shorter route, doing the same route again this year. as i mentioned that judging is going to happen at 15th and jfk. another new thing this year, new division, the philadelphia division is going to come into play, you also have the fancy brigades, the comics, and all of those folks out here as well. as we come back out live once again you see more of these floats. this is really something that people spend a lot of time on, really they prepare for this the day after new year's. for the next year's celebration. so it's going to be interesting to see all of the folks on here in their costumes and umbrellas, dancing and strutting. i don't have one of those umbrellas right now. otherwise i'd be dancing as well. you see here they have the barricades moving into place so this is all going to be happening in the next couple hours, the parade begins at 9:00.
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it's going to go well into the afternoon, more events over at the convention center as well. performances at noon and 5:00 p.m., so a day full of fun for the family here and the weather's not bad either. live in center city, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." new video now from the pacific northwest. you hear those fireworks there. people rang in the new year with a lot of fireworks. pyrotechnics fired off from the top of seattle's famous space needle. the show included more than 1800 fireworks synced to music. >> final preparations are under way even at this hour for the 127th rose parade. the city of sierra madre is building their own float, it's an annual tradition dating back near pli a century. most of the floats in the parade are built for companies or charities, sierra madre's is one of six still being built by individuals, a great source of pride for the small california
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town. >> working the whole neighborhood. >> we always call this the norman rockwell town. it has such old values and community feeling and people getting out for each other. that's why this is such a success. people just do it. >> good for them. the float is decorated with 30,000 flowers. the city even built a barn so they could house the float and each year hundreds of residents come out to see the finished product. >> he wraps up his term in office mayor michael nutter sent out a farewell on twitter. take a look. this is the picture of his empty office. he tweeted, quote, thank you philadelphia for allowing me to serve 8 years as mayor of my hometown. happy healthy and safe new year to all. mayor nutter is wrapping up final business as well. yesterday he updated progress on a proposal to reconnect the city to the delaware river water front. it involves building a park over i-95 at penns landing.
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>> pleased to announce a study on a project to cap or cover part of i-95 and columbus boulevard at penns landing from chestnut street to walnut street with the intent to eliminate barriers to accessing the water front. >> part of the plan has been part of the mayor's initiative to develop both the schuylkill and the delaware river water front. the mayor says federal transportation improvement funds will help pay for the work. >> he vowed to reduce crime. >> because i've had enough and i'm not playing around about it. >> guns. >> you can rent a gun in this city. do your business and bring it back. this is insane. >> and put an afl often overlooked city on the map. now with philadelphia mayor michael nutter's time to step aside but not without one last chance to look back. >> i will tell you and you're probably the first and only person i've said this to. >> sunday morning at 11:30 right
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after "meet the press." >> it's 6:06. fire crews put out flames in a north philadelphia row home. the fire started just before 1:00 at uber and dawson streets, everyone did make it out alive from the three-story home. one person suffered minor injuries. no word on how the fire started. police are investigating a new year's eve shooting in southwest philadelphia. we're told a man was shot multiple times shortly before midnight. the victim was taken to the hospital where he is listed in stable condition. no word on a motive or a suspect in that case. police say an armed robbery attempt did not go as planned in philadelphia's tony ritenhouse scare neighborhood. several held down a gunman after he and accomplices tried robbing a man. officers showed up and arrested the man with the gun. they are looking for the two who were with him.
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the eagles will begin revamping leadership in the new year after the firing of chip kelly. a source tells comcast sportsnet that the team is looking to add someone to the personnel department to work with the senior director of personnel. it's unclear which person would have final say over personnel moves. on wednesday owner jeffrey lurie said the club would not hire a general manage sore the title of the yet to be appointed person is unknown. lurie stressed the importance of a collaboration when it comes to building the roster. >> they still have to replace chip kelly. kelly did get a ringing endorsement from one of the most successful coaches of all time. four-time super bowl winner bill belichick of the patriots. >> i think it's disappointing, you know, chip kelly to me is a really good football coach and does a great job, has done a good job with that team. he'll do a great job. a lot of the players that were
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on the eagles that are no longer on the eagles aren't really doing too much for anybody else either. >> pat shurmur was the offensive coordinator and will be the interim head coach sunday against the giants. yesterday shurmur said he plans to carry on some of what kelly left in place for this final game. >> we started something in motion here, the players are used to doing things a certain way. and very many, many of the things that we're doing it's right so we're going to try to keep it as business as usual as it can be in a very odd week. and go out and put our best effort forward to beat the giants. >> eagles wrap up with this game sunday at 1:00 p.m. in the meadowlands. the loser of that game will play a game in london next season. >> good morning. temperatures today starting off
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on a colder -- the colder side than yesterday. 29 in the poconos, 37 in allentown, 37 read, same in pottstown, we're at 36 degrees in kenneth square. 38 in trenton and temperatures at 37 degrees in woodbine. we're between 7 to 13 degrees colder this morning than yesterday morning. you'll notice cloudy skies for us, but we'll stay dry so all your plans, the mummers' parade, if you wake up and go shopping or exercising you'll be fine. at this point on the colder side, you want to bundle up. the weather disturbance to the south will stay to the south of us so we don't have to worry about rain heading into the weekend. some of the clouds will clear up as we push into the afternoon and even into the evening. so we'll see lots of sunshine heading into saturday and sunday. the big change is that we have this cold air sitting over us and it's going to intensify pushing into saturday, sunday.
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then look at what happens monday into tuesday, we'll see an arctic blast close to philadelphia. it's going to move into most of new york here. some of that arctic air will reach us. so temperatures by tuesday will drop into the mid 30s for our day time highs, so it's going to get very cold over the next couple of days. highs around the region today, 46 in philadelphia, 40 in pottstown, low 40s in allentown, 4 sticks atlantic city and 45 degrees in wildwood. even colder as we head into tomorrow to kick off the weekend. low 40s in philadelphia, 43 in atlantic city and tomorrow's high will be around 40 degrees in allentown. coming up i'll let you know how cold it will get in my seven-day forecast. that's in about 10 minutes. >> thank you. it's 6:10. dubai catches the world's attention on new year's eve as officials say the show must go on. this is all to fight a luxury hotel going up in flames. the latest on the investigation.
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>> an historic flooding hits the midwest and people there are not out of harm's way yet.
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fireworks kicked off the night of celebration along the water front in philadelphia, nbc 10 gave you a front row seat to the first show at 6:00 p.m. there were more fireworks that went off at midnight. >> a massive skyscraper fire in dubai burned into the first morning of 2016 and this is new video we have of the fire into our newsroom. flaming debris was seen raining down from the upscale address hotel. as midnight struck multi-colored fireworks still lid up the tallest building a block away. as cities around the world
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prepared to celebrate the new year with spectacular displays of fireworks, dubai put on an unexexpected display, one many were lucky to escape alive. flames, 20 floors high engulfed the luxury building. chunks of debris falling still on fire. for more than two hours dubai's skyline lit up, and not by a scheduled fireworks display. emergency responders racing to help. >> we saw quite a bit of firefighters making their way running top speed through the mall to try to get to that location. >> inside pandemonium, one survivor said, almost 14 people were injured. outside people fled. yet, at midnight dubai's world famous fireworks went ahead to the disbelief of many. celebrations through the still thick smoke dominating the skyline.
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dubai authorities say of the more than 14 injured, others were injured trying to escape from that hotel. they believe the fire started on the 20th floor. an apartment fire in washington state killed one person and injured at least a dozen. flames spread through the complex. fire officials say it started as a mattress fire and got out of control. more than 100 people now need a new place to stay. the philadelphia fire department had a record breaking year with the lowest number of fire deaths in its history. there were 12 fatalities in 2015 compared with 32 the year before. the fire prevention efforts are credited in part to this year's success. 2015 the department installed 11,000 smoke detectors in homes across the city. >> delaware state animal control is starting the new year with a new website and hot line.
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the delaware animal services site will provide a lost and found pet registry including photos and descriptions of stray animals found and searchable registries to help with companions. it will offer new options for purchasing dog licenses and reporting animal cruelty. >> a strange sight on the beach in margate. a coast guard buoy washed up. crews towed it away from the water line where it now sits surrounded by caution taxt it is expected to be removed in the next couple of days. officials are working to find out where it came from. good morning. i'm tracking colder temperatures as we head into our new year's day. even colder blast is on its way toward the end of the weekend and we'll also stay dry for the next seven days. a nice dry stretch. for philadelphia now, 40
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degrees, we're seeing wind speeds around 10 miles per hour, our city planner shows by 8:00 a.m., 39, by 11:00, 41 and 2:00, only 44 degrees. so yesterday we were in the low 50s. today we'll stay in the mid-40s but still a few degrees above our average. we're at 29 in the poconos, 37 in allentown, 38 degrees in mount holly. and future wind speeds show that as we head into the rest of today you notice the wind speeds stay gusty. we'll start to see those wind speeds subsiding a bit and still a windy day if you're closer to the poconos and down the shore. breezy conditions expected for philadelphia. radar shot shows us quiet conditions, we are seeing that cloudiness but no rainfall to speak of. that's to the south of us. it's going to stay offshore. into the weekend the only thing we're going to see is our clouds increasing and then decreasing. so decrease in clouds by this afternoon and evening. then by saturday we will see
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plenty of sunshine. both days really saturday and sunday. so again, most of that rainfall staying well to the south of us. closer look at our wind speeds. breezy conditions as we go into the rest of today. that combination, the colder air, our feels like temperature 37 degrees if you're out watching the parade that's going to be a cold day out sitting watching the parade. we go into overnight hours tonight we'll drop into the 20s, so tomorrow morning, 27 degrees to start off. 22 in doylestown and 22 in pottstown. colder air is on its way, that's the new pattern we're in. it's going to continue. our temperatures will continue to drop the next five days or so. the mummers' parade forecast. our temperatures today 40 to 47, mostly sunny, breezy but colder. seven-day forecast shows we continue to drop into the low 40s, heading into the weekend then look at monday-tuesday, 39
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monday action 34 for our day time high by tuesday. and donald trump rings in the new year with a promise to his democratic presidential rival hillary clinton. >> with the new year there's new push. the changes that president obama plans to ain and around next week.
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and all the premium movie channels for a year. so go online or call now for this great offer. get out of the past. get fios. it's 6:23. today you can celebrate new year's day on the ice in philadelphia. the rothman ice rink will be open from 11:00 this morning to 11:00 tonight. bring the family, good day of fun. the new year will bring changes to the gallery. the east end of the mall will close to make way for phase one of a renovation project. developers will remake the space
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into outlets with stores and restaurants. the $325 million project is on schedule to open in 2017. a note for commuters here, the east end closure today will cut off an indoor short cut riders use to get to septa and patco trains. >> we know when dupont plans to lay off 1700 people in delaware. the company filing with the state labor officials show most of the job cuts will begin february 29, ahead of the merger with dow chemical. the cuts will continue through the end of march. the layoffs will impact ten locations in delaware including dupont's headquarters. about 3,000 work. taking a live look outside right now we're seeing cloudy skies, we see clouds decreasing as we get into the afternoon. then we'll see a lot more sunshine pushing into saturday and sunday. the other thing we're tracking is colder temperatures.
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our temperatures today will stay in the 40s, the mid-40s and then we'll drop to the low 40s by saturday and sunday. i'll have all of the details on what else you can expect coming up in just a bit. >> reporter: good morning. i'm matt delucia live in center city getting ready for the mummers' parade. we'll give you a live look at the preparations coming up.
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>> >> the practicing is over. now it's time to put on the show. the 116th mummers' parade will begin soon. before you head out the door to get your parade spot, be sure to grab your coat. colder air is on the way. we'll get your first alert
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forecast neighborhood by neighborhood. good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm lauren mayk. >> and i'm katy zachry. happy new year. i don't think you stayed up to ring in the new year. i didn't. but i'm guessing brittney shipp stayed up. >> how do you know that? >> she's more fun than we are. >> i'm barely hanging on this morning. happy new year. hopefully you had a great one. mummers day parade, we're going to see temperatures by 10:00 a.m. at 38 degrees by noon 40 degrees, colder than those temperatures because our wind speeds are going to be sustained between 10 to 15 miles per hour. so keep that in mind before you head out. across the rest of the region we're at 38 in trenton, 38 in mount holly, 39 in dover, 39 in wilmington and 37 degrees in reading, temperatures in the poconos below freezing. today our temperatures range between 40 and 47 degrees, mostly sunny, also breezy and colder. again, those wind speeds stick with us so today into the
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weekend and then back by saturday and sunday. our temperatures will continue closely into next week heading for the 30s, i'll go over the details on the changing weather pattern coming up. >> philadelphia started 2016 with fireworks at midnight over the delaware river. it was the second of two fireworks shows along penns landing. of course we brought you the 6:00 p.m. show live on our air. the fireworks are over, now it's time to bring on the fancy brigades, string bands and the comics. we're talking about the mummers' parade. it will get started soon. matt delucia is live at city hall where the parade will begin in a few hours. hi, matt. >> reporter: hi, yeah, about 2 1/2 hours from now all of these guys will be going down broad street and an annual tradition something families have been doing for generations. along jfk boulevard where all of the floats are parked. this has a roman theme, you can
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see a chariot, some of the horses here and also more of these floats out here as well. one up says happy 2016. this is the something that people look forward to. look at scenes from last year. >> happy new year. this is a new year's day tradition, 116th year for the mummers' parade here in philadelphia. more than 40 clubs and thousands of people of all ages, they come out here, men, women and children, and they strut their stuff along broad street. yes, they are going to start by city hall, 15th and jfk. they are doing the same thing they did last year where they changed up the route and they start and go down broad street and end at washington. there will be events at the pennsylvania convention center with the fancy brigade at noon and 5:00. this is something people look forward to. it got breezy, cooler out here
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over the past couple of hours but great weather. we'll come back live, more of these floats that are along 19th and jfk you see this one is like a fire department them. you can have all sorts of scenes. this is a new division, the philadelphia division, adding ethnic diversity, that willing in there as well so it's going to be an interesting mummers day parade to say the least. of course it's going to start just about a couple hours from now, through the afternoon. of course yes, we're thankful for good weather to say the least. live in center city r matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." >> good morning. i'm first alert traffic reporter jessica boying on the. happy new year. you may be heading out to check out the mummers' parade. it starts at 9:00 a.m. they have three performance areas. you start at 15th and market, broad and carpenter, the route
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begins at 15 pth and market street and ends at broad and washington avenue. you also may be heading out to check mass transit. we're on a sunday schedule for septa and holiday schedule for patco and new jersey transit. >> big crowds expected. thousands are expected to fill the bleachers and strut down broad street. protesters are also expected. organizers say they plan on disrupting the celebration they describe as racially and ethnically insensitive. they plan to express outrage over police brutality, underfunted public schools and immigration policies. >> what we hope is that their protest is peaceful, the parade goes on and they get their cause across like the parade has its cause. >> mummers organizers alerded leadership about the protest. police are on hand to assure both remain peaceful. new this morning german police
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closed two train stations in munich after receiving information about a concrete threat of an isis suicide attack. police say they got the information about the planned attack from the intelligence service of a friendly country. the interior minister said bavarian police got it local time there. >> rochester, new york canceled its fireworks show because after thwarted terror plot there. emmanuel was planning to attack a bar to proo prove he was wort joining isis. agents say he wanted to join isis in syria. >> we all must acknowledge that in today's day and age, that any place in the world could be a target so we're asking our residents to be safe and vigilant. >> the cancellation of the
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fireworks show arrowed police to redeploy. >> a crash left a mess in front of a house in north philadelphia. a driver lost control and crashed into the tomorrow, damaging the front porch and steps. this appeared around 25th and cumberland. no one was hurt. >> a driver crashed onto the median teetering around 4:00 this morning. this should be the cleared up by now but police tell us no one was hurt here. >> bill cosby's attorneys are firing back after prosecutors in montgomery county charge the comedian withing is rate issed indecent assault. his attorney said the incoming d.a. charged cosby in order to fulfill a campaign promise. before cosby was charged with drugging and sexually assaulting
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a woman he was the centerpiece the d.a. elect campaign. field was critical of his opponent for passing on the cosby case. >> the former d.a. said there was no need go further and that it belongs in the civil court. now through a came of political football which my client likes, we're back again. >> field who is an accident d.a. said new information came to late to allowed him to fire cause be. >> authorities in delaware county have identified the suspect wanted for robbing two men at gunpoint. investigators are looking for 31-year-old kenneth jones, jones pulled handgun on two men in radnor. police say a parnt had already been out for similar trials in montgomery county. there is a reward for any
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information that leads to his arrest. >> 75-year-old philadelphia woman is recovering in the hospital after a robber hut shot her in the face. this happened thursday in mayfair. the suspects got away with her purse, $400 and a cell phone. the woman continued three blocks to her home to drop off her groceries before going to the hocht. >> it's 6:37. this morning police continue to look for the gunman who shot and killed a man early yesterday morning in north philadelphia. the victim was riding a bike when someone shot him several times. this was the 28th homicide of 2016. also the latest of four murders in the last week of the year. that left four men dead. the 2015 numbers mark a 13% increase in homicides compared
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to last year and the year before. >> the swollen mississippi river is causing destruction. >> the mississippi reached nearly 15 feet above flood stage near st. louis. >> the water is not far from the gateway arch. at least 20 people have died in missouri and illinois because of this flooding. good morning. expect colder temperatures for today, and then as we head into the weekend a cold blast is ahead. this cold blast is going to extend into monday and tuesday. at least we are staying dry. windy conditions as well so keep that in mind as you keep that in mind. 37 degrees in allentown. 36 in quakertown.
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36 in coatesville and 40 degrees right now in philadelphia, 39 in wilmington and temperatures at the airport at 38 degrees as well. not too bad. cooler than what we saw this time yesterday. we are down, 13 degrees colder, millville and in dover. so the shore temperatures took the biggest hit this morning. 11:00, 41. 2:00, our high at 46 so yesterday we were in the 50s, today in the 40s and that with -- look at the cold air, it's going to intensify over our area. saturday, sunday, look what happens. all of that pain moving in. this is going to get close to us. we'll see temperatures dropping to the 20s overnight.
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and then only warming into the 30s during the day. as far as today is concerned we'll be a lot warmer, temperatures between 44 and 47 degrees, mostly sunny, breezy and colder wind out of the west 10 to 20 miles per hour. highs will drop down to 42, temperatures in pots down at 43 and 42 and wilmington. today a little warmer in the mid-40s. i'll drirng that all to you in my seven-day forecast. >> thanks, brittney. don't worry about feeding the meters in philadelphia today. the parking short will not enforce meters or de kiosks. other parking rules still apply. >> the big moment in london there. just ahead, new years around the world. security was tight but that didn't stop the partying.
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a two-alarm fire seriously damaged a house in burlington county. the flames broke out around midnight on plymouth drive. everyone made it out safely. there is no word on how this wi fire started. >> in new york they drop the ball, in bethlehem they drop that, the giant peep on new year's eve. it's 85 pounds and descended last night as part of the peep fest celebration. the event was topped off with a big fireworks show. around the world people welcome today with 016 with celebrations and well wishes. security was tight amid concerns
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about terrorism. but spirits remained high. sarah has a look around the globe. >> new england was one of the first to ring in the new year setting the stage with fireworks from the sky tower. different backdrop in australia, this on sydney's harbor, thousands gathered to watch. color filled the sky above hong kong. and in taiwan where a fireworks show lasted more than five minutes taking revelers well into 2016. singing and dancing brought a fresh twist to the forbidden city in beijing, the shopping and bar areas were watched over by armed guards part of a security alert. paris celebrations were scaled back in the wake of terror attacks and ongoing worries about safety. the annual fireworks show was replaced by a video presentation along the champs elysee.
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the london eye and perhaps the most famous in new york city. more than a million people packed times square to watch the iconic waterford crystal ball drop, without the old, in with the new year around the world. >> from miami a big way to close out the year. they got married in times square last night. right there on the countdown stage. they won a contest called the first couple of 2016. they got tickets and prizes. george zimmer who has a tuck business now presided. the couple met six years ago. congrats to them. >> turning to decision 2016. donald trump has put his white house rivals on noyxt during his
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final campaign push of 2015 he let the others know where he stands saying quote i have a very big lead and i intend to keep. he also blasted democratic rival hillary clinton saying she won't do the job. trump added he will be clinton's quote worst nightmare if he rins the nomination. and the new year is not off to such a great start for ben carson. several of his top aides resigned yesterday questioning carson's readiness for the white house. his campaign manager and communications manager stepped down with less than five weeks to the iowa caucuses. they said they were frustrated with carson allowing his business manager to have so much influence during the campaign. >> and the state department released additional 5500 pages of e-mails from hillary clinton's time as secretary of state before the new year. portions of nearly 300 of those documents were newly classified. the democratic front-runner said she did not send or receive
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information that was classified a it the time via her personal e-mail account that ran on a private server in clinton's home in new york. >> president obama is expected to take executive action to expand when background checks are conducted on gun sales, that's according to a gun control advocate whose group has been briefed about the timing. white house officials will not confirm but say recommendations were submitted last month and the president expects the work to be done soon. it's a new word. that means new laws. in texas licensed gun owners will be allowed to carry openly in public places. california is tightening gun control across the state with multiple new laws, one including banning firearms around school, allowing people to take away weapons from relatives believed to pose a threat. a star of one of the most beloved tv shows ever has died.
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wayne rogers played trapper john on "m.a.s.h.", his publicist says rogers died yesterday in los angeles of complications from pneumonia. he was on "m.a.s.h." for the first three seasons as trapper john he traded wise cracks with hawkeye pierce play bid alan alda, of course. >> on this day thousands of dogs sit at shelter also around the area and not all of them will be adopted. >> we want to talk about one, though. matt delucia met one dog rescued and now living the life you would expect to see in a hollywood movie. >> go, go, go! >> mack isn't your average dog. at the tender age of 5, he's done more than most canines do in a lifetime. >> good boy. he is willing to try anything
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new but not only that he's just a great friend. >> but mack may not be here today. if lourdes had not found him. >> he came from a kill shelter. in miami area. he was found on the street and he was rescued. he had a lot of energy. >> and potential. she has spent her life training dogs. this guy was born to perform, catching frisbees by day and learning new tricks at night. >> i saw a spark i've never seen before. he was a dog -- >> he is part jack russell and a jack of all trades. when she got a phone call she wasn't surprised. >> he casted for it and they said let's try it. >> mack may have started in the belter but now they is a star having his own movie on the big
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screen. >> we shot the movie and will come out in january. >> from shelter dog to robo dog, lourdes says it's been a journey she'll never forget. >> just one choice i made five years ago that changed my life. it's amazing what those dogs can do. >> matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." kind of look likes he is decked out for new year's too. that sparkly vest on. >> we're happy for him. >> i got to tell enthusiasm next story, this is one, one way to start off the new year right. >> we're very jealous. someone here in the area is waking up a new millionaire. one ticket was purchased in philadelphia. here are the numbers from wednesday night. 12, 36, 38, 54, 61, and the powerball is 22.
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the mega millions jackpot is $130 million. no one did win wednesday's jackpot. $334 million. the next for mega millions is friday and the powerball drying is saturday night. good morning. temperatures today already going to take a tumble. we're about 13 degrees colder this morning than this time yesterday. we'll be even tolder into the weekend. but i'm also tracking dry conditions. a few clouds, out of the west at 9 miles per hour. that's important for everyoneé; heading out. it feels like it's 34 degrees. as we go through the rest of the day our temperatures don't of warm up. we'll stay in the 40s which is closer to where we should be but
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still not -- still a little above that average. yesterday we were in the low 50s, today we'll drop to the 40s, we'll continue to drop into next week. we won't start to recover until wednesday. 29 in the poconos, 39 in wilmington, 39 in dover. 24 hour temperature change map shows we're down 13 in the poconos, atlantic city, millville and dover down 8 degrees from this time yesterday. so i'm sure you feel the difference. here is a closer look at future temperatures, cold air is going to be over our region and it's going to intensify. heading into the next couple of days. >> we have this arctic blast. tuesday will be the peek of our cold temperatures. those are your day time highs. even colder possibly down to the teens for the suburbs to the north and the west. we have a cold pattern on tap.
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each as we go into the next week or so. we have cold air over our area. we'll continue to see stronger wind gusts pushing into tonight and tomorrow. tomorrow is going to be a windy day. cold air, so the combination, keep that in mind as you make your plans for the weekend and the rest of today. >> the weather disturbance to the south of us will stay to the south of us. we'll stay dry. high pressure builds in and pulls that cold air in. our future feels like temperatures, 11:00 feeling like the 30s, same thing even as we head into the afternoon, you'll notice these temperatures don't butch. feeling like 39, into the evening, then tomorrow morning our 27 degrees in philadelphia. 23 for suburbs to the north and west. the colder air is on its way and here to stay. at least through next wednesday.
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>> the countdown to the mummers' parade is on. matt delucia is camping out waiting for that parade to begin. >> he's dancing. >> i'm doing a little mummers dance out here. now my photographer is telling me i need to stop. we'll see you with the more professional looking things. we'll give you a live preview next.
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>> reporter: good morning. i'm matt delucia live in center city. happy new year to all of you at home. and yes, we're getting ready for the mummers' parade, the 116th mummers' parade here in philadelphia. see some of these floats.
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people worked very hard on this one, we're along jfk boulevard where the floats have been parked. you see here to the right they have some of the police barricades and some of the workers out here getting ready, we've got the portable toilets as well. and of course they got all of the stands over there. on the other side by city hall. near the judging stands. a fun festive event today as usual here in philadelphia. people celebrate this long standing tradition. live in center city, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." all right. i'm tracking a few clouds this morning but more importantly it's going to feel cold over the next couple of days. today 46 degrees, we drop in the low 40s saturday, sunday. take a look at monday, tuesday, into the 30s for day time highs. overnight lows will stay in the 20s. >> ouch. >> i think we all agree matt delucia was awesome.
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more dancing, matt. the "today" show is next. happy new year. year. with music and fireworks lighting up the night surrounded by family and friends, the world greets a new year today, friday, january 1st, 2016. ♪ good morning, everyone, welcome to today, a brand new year on this friday morning. happy new year guys. >> happy new year. >> good to see you. here we go again. we finished a period where we looked back at the stories in 2014 and now we gear up for what


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