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chester university's campus should know that the university treats sexual misconduct and violence with the utmost seriousness. our hearts go out to the victim and we are assured that justice will be served. >> definitely scary being a female on campus and you never know. >> freshman students say they use the new street parking kbraj. they both said they will now be more vigilant. >> we've been talking about it. we came up with a plan that this way no one leaves the parking garage alone at night. >> reporter: a spokesman with the university says she is urging faculty and staff to report anything suspicious. brandon hudson, "nbc 10 news." now to new information. the woman accused of kidnapping a newborn is out on bail. the district attorney says cherie amoore posted the cash
needed for her to leave the manage prison. she is carrying the mall out of the mall a week ago. the mother says amoore had befriended her, then followed her family to the food court before stealing the baby from his stroller. to decision 2016 now, the push for pennsylvania stays focused here on philadelphia. both bernie sanders and bill clinton holding duelling campaign events here at the state's primaries draw closer of it bernie sanders took his turn addressing labor leaders at the pennsylvania convention center. the day after his rival hillary clinton made a pitch of her own, former president clinton campaigned for his wife this afternoon at the dorothy emmanuel rec center. it didn't go as planned. >> wait a minute. now you're screaming. >> protesters were there to meet the former president when he spoke this afternoon.
nbc 10's lauren mayk is live in east mount airy. >> right in our back yard. it continues. >> reporter: the former president held this campaign rally here today for his wife. he has been doing this in important states around the country rallying supporters. you can sort of hear them cleaning out here behind me. but things went off message today and stayed there for a while. take a look at what happened. you just showed some of the video there. there were two protesters talking about black youth and incarceration as a result of a crime bill while bill clinton was president. the former president started talking to them. >> can i answer? you see, here's the thing. i like protesters, but the ones that won't let you answer are afraid of the truth. that's simple. very, very afraid. >> reporter: this sort of
derailed the rest of the rally. there were multiple exchanges, there was shouting, but while that sort of took over things here at this rec center, the larger political scene is really watching things heat up between bernie sanders and hillary clinton. and there was more fallout today from bernie sanders' comment that hillary clinton is not qualified to be president. >> let me suggest this. that maybe the american people might wonder about your qualifications, madame secretary, when you voted for the war in iraq, the most disastrous foreign policy blunder, in the modern history of america. >> i think she -- i thought when we started we had all of those candidates in the field she was by far the best qualified to be president. >> reporter: he listed several reasons including her time as a senator for new york and also her time as secretary of state. live in east mount airy, lauren
mayk, "nbc 10 news." >> we're less than three weeks from our first primaries. pennsylvania and delaware voters go to the polls april 26. for complete decision 2016 coverage including the latest delegate counts and primaries and caucuses tap the nbc 10 app. president clinton helped the ame church kick off its celebration. bishops and others from around the world gathered with clinton at the pennsylvania convention center, the ame church will hold its general conference in july which will bring about 20,000 people to center city. new information on the deadly derailment in delaware county. the federal railroad administration says amtrak workers weren't following basic safety rules when the crash occurred. amtrak has been ordered to retrain workers on basic safety rules. today's directive stated both federal and internal regulations were not followed at the time of the crash.
>> a soggy day. this man tried to take shelter under his umbrella. the wind and heavy rain coming down. you'll want to keep the umbrellas handy tonight. taking a live look at wilmington, the blue rocks are back first pitch is expected around 6:30. hopefully the game won't get rained out. the good news, the worst of the rain moved through this afternoon. there is still a chance for showers tonight, though, on first alert radar. let's check in with sheena parveen and i was supposed to have one of those umbrellas that doesn't allow to the flip inside out. >> how did that go? >> it went inside out. so windy and rainy today. >> you need one of those tomorrow ones all the way down your torso. the heaviest of the rain moved through, but notice if you've seen the heavy rain move through and clearing out, the clouds have not cleared so that is a sign we're not done with the rain yet. we even have one thunderstorm right now moving into cape may
county. not a lot of lightning but we have seen some lightning strikes with this action even high winds near 45 miles an hour possible. heavy rain moving into cape may right now. if you're in cape may county you have a strong thunderstorm right on your doorstep. the rest of the area clearing out from the heavy rain. but we still have more showers off to our west and southwest. so for the rest of this evening, the rain is going to stay in the forecast because you really see it all moving in our direction. we're not done just yet. winds are pretty gusty. gusting from 20 to 25 miles an hour. and it's still fairly mild out. this is future weather. trying to take clusters moving in by 7:00 p.m. can't rule out the chance of a thunderstorm. by 8, 9:00 tonight we'll still have some scattered showers around. then we go into your friday for the villanova parade and a lot of it starts to clear out. i'll show you the parade forecast, what you can expect and a wintry mix. >> that parade fit for a
champion in less than 24 hours the villanova wildcats celebrate their national championship win. the crews put the final touches on preparations today in the rain. barricades set up along the route, set to begin at 20th and market and wraps up at dilworth park. president obama called coach jay wright last night to congratulate the wildcats on their win. listen. >> your team showed grit and you know, really high character team throughout this thing. it was a pleasure to watch and congratulate all of them and tell jenkins that he looked pretty cool out there. taking that shot. >> that's a phone call every coach dreams of taking and will never forget. you can watch the victory parade, coverage starts at 1:00 tomorrow. >> to the crisis in atlantic
city. this afternoon lawmakers considering a new plan to keep the cash strapped city from shutting down but the governor is not going for it. nbc 10's cydney long is following the story. what is this new plan? >> it is brand new rescue legislation during what felt like an emergency or last minute hearing, this new rescue bill was presented and passed in the committee this morning. it was introduced by the legislature who governor christie called a one-man obstruction crew. assembly speaker vince preatoo. on a gray day in atlantic city there is a glimmer of hope on the financial horizon. lawmakers in trenton considered a new bill that falls shy of trenton totally taking over all of atlantic city from an audio feed in the state house we hear directly from the speaker who presented the new rescue bill he says it includes previous pilot legislation to restructure how casinos pay taxes and it's not
an open credit card for atlantic city. >> there's nothing they are getting carte blanche. they are getting ability to come out of the woods and they need that. >> it's a completely ineffective solution. >> the governor posted his remarks on the internet it comes less than 24 hours after christie visited atlantic city wednesday but refused to meet with mayor john gardian calling him a liar. >> the dirngs between this bill and the takeover bill is the difference between a democracy and a dictatorship. it's the difference between the right to recognize the dignity of the working man and the right to squash those rights. >> atlantic city's leaders say they are grateful for the democracy in trenton and recognize help from the state does not come without collateral. >> if we don't do what we have to you have every right to come in doond what you have to do. >> if you trust the people on the committee to set the bench mark why don't you trust the people on the committee to determine that the bench mark it
is have been met. >> and the speaker was not ready to post the bill for a vote but we're told he could post it to be voted on by the full assembly as early as monday. live in the digital operations center, cydney long, "nbc 10 news." we know you'll keep us posted. aramark is keeping its headquarters here. we told you the company was considering pulling up stakes when its current lease expired in 2018. it evaluated the business environment costs diversity and transportation at different locations, philadelphia has been home since 1961, but aramark has yet to decide exactly where its offices will be in philly after the lease expires. >> pennsylvania governor tom wolf is making it his mission to crack down on lgbt discrimination. wolf signed an executive order that will prohibit big contractors from discriminating against someone based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. the governor wanted state
lawmakers to pass a bill but moved forward with the executive order since he says other legislation has deteriorated. >> city leaders say nearly all of the boilers inside philadelphia schools are safe. the mayor called for a thorough inspection after a boiler at edmunds elementary exploded. the third party report found that 98% of the boilers passed inspection. january's explosion left the school mechanic with burns. the school superintendent cities process allows the district to reassure staff, families and students about the safety of the boilers. the head of the catholic church in philadelphia is taking a stand against child abuse, archbishop charles sha poo and children founded pin wheels for prevention. they put them in planter boxes that go in the garden outside the pastoral center. april is national child abuse
prevention month. >> we have new video of a trio of thieves holding up a dunkin' donuts in west philadelphia. one of the suspects pull as gun on a worker and yells for money. the other two stood by the door acting as lookouts. no one was hurt but the three men ran off with cash. >> police say a man so desperate to get out of the hospital he stole a car. police say he had not been discharged from the hospital tuesday when he stole a car parked out front. he is now back in his hospital bed facing multiple charges. south jersey now, officers are learning how to handle emergencies involving people with autism. >> aundrea cline-thomas was there for the training. tell us more about it. >> reporter: it's not uncommon for people with autism to have what's known as meltdowns or
tantrum-like experiences, to the untrained eye it may seem very threatening. some believe the only way to subdue them is use extra force. patrick hopes his story changes that. >> first looking at daniel you may not understand that he's an autistic individual or he has any issues. >> patrick's son daniel has autism which sometimes causes him to have meltdowns. years ago bystanders called police. >> got thhim out of the store, forced him in the car, took off down the road. within five minutes we were pursued by not one but three police cars. >> the officers from another county responded to calls of a child abduction, that ended well but others -- >> the outcome wasn't as positive. >> their story shared, he is promoting training to help first responders notice the signs of autism when responding to calls and giving them the skills to de-escalate. >> some situations may not
require force if they recognize this is a person that has autism or mental illness. >> 200 officers the first to take the training, the hope others will follow. >> is it really realistic expectation that officers will be able to spot that, to know how to deal with certain situations? >> you know, the training is just to make them aware. >> one out of 41 people in new jersey are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, higher than the national average. experiences like patrick's are not isolated. >> be more educated. understand the experiences of everyone and don't judge. >> reporter: he has helped agencies across the state. coming up at 5:30 we speak to an officer who took the training. hear what she has to say that she'll now do differently. reporting live, aundrea cline-thomas, "nbc 10 news." all right. going to take a live look inside
lincoln financial field. big eagles news in to nbc 10. word of the birds' preseason opponents just released. nbc 10 the official station of the philadelphia eagles, and comcast sportsnet amy fadool is joining us. >> you know, looks all quiet there but it won't be quiet for too much longer. the preseason will be the first chance to see new head coach doug pederson leading the team. eagles host the buccaneers in week one, take on the steelers and the colts before returning home against the jets. times will be announced at a later date. a lot to look forward to before the 2016 eagles begin to take shape including the draft later this month, organized team activities and training camp later this summer. coming up we'll hear from the sixers on the resignation of their general manager. until then.
well, the heavy rain already moved through but we are not out of the woods yet. we have more evening showers in the forecast. so you see center city here, you see the dark clouds lingering and dry air is not here yet. so we're looking at rain in the forecast for tonight. now the villanova parade is tomorrow of course in center city. i have that forecast for you coming up. very different than what we had today so that's good news. into the weekend we're still talking about that wintry mix in the forecast. a little clipper system is going to move in. citizens bank park seeing overcast skies, philadelphia 60 degrees so it's mild. it's breezy and we still have that rain on the way. also have your home opener forecast for the phillies coming up in a minute. so here's a look at satellite and radar. clouds pretty much locked in. showers to the west and this whole area of scattered rain off to our west and southwest, that's what's in the forecast. that's heading in our direction. locally we have one thunderstorm
in cape may county into north wildwood. cape may court house will see this soon. then it will move off shore. this is heavy rain with even lightning in it. but this will be staying pretty much confined into cape may county but we'll keep watching that for the area too. here is future weather for the rest of the evening. some showers still expected by 7:00 p.m. scattered rain around. even by about 10, 11:00 we could see showers lingering and then we clear out more. now we're going into your friday. so in time for the villanova parade we clear out nicely. and it will be breezy and cool. the parade starts at 1:00. if the you're out around noon, breezy, 47 degrees. 20th and market street, 1:00 p.m., 49 and breezy and through the afternoon we're pretty much going to be topping out in about the low 50s so. by 3:00 p.m. looking pretty good. now here is a look as we go into the weekend. i was talking about the wintry mix. this is saturday now. so we go into saturday morning, the computer models a lot of them actually have been
consistent on showing this. it's a small clipper system that will move in. so for saturday morning temperatures through most of the area as this moves in could be freezing some areas of new jersey and delaware around 40 degrees. so we expect rain and snow here. by the middle of the day we could see all of this lingering and then we go into saturday night. finally seeing it clearing. the computer model updating on that as we go through tonight and tomorrow. mostly grassy, accumulations the model here through midday saturday. try and show a couple inches. harder for this to be sticking to the roadways so that's good but we still want rule it out especially early in the morning saturday with temperatures colder. but any accumulation again mostly grassy surfaces so. that shouldn't be a big issue. tonight, though, chance of showers, still this evening. colder temperatures later as we go overnight. upper 30s areas north and west. tomorrow we pretty much stay on the dry side. cool breezy day, temperature from 51 to 54 degrees.
maybe not as mild as today but a nice end to the week. then we go into the weekend. there you see the chance of that wintry mix as we go into your saturday. mid-40s, so it's going to be cold especially sunday morning upper 20s, a cold week and chilly and breezy sunday but sunny, 49 degrees. there you see monday, the phillies home opener, we're looking at a mix. a chance we could see showers around, not going to be a big deal i don't think. the main area of rain that's going to come, that won't be until about tuesday. >> things get better. hundreds of local college students hope to find their next opportunity after graduation at a career fair today. more than 150 employers lined up to interview drexel students and alumni at the university's spring career fair. students handed over resumes to potential employers and interviewed. the event is one of the largest of its kind in our area. >> coming up, charlie sheen, under investigation. >> plus, student slammed.
>> the viral video that has a school police officer under investigation this afternoon and what apparently led up to the altercation. >> also, this close call. a child falls from a moving minivan. >> and the new food labeling proposal that might make you want to drastically reduce your food intake. those and more ahead on "nbc 10 news" at 4. >> first a look at the closing bell on wall street. not a great day for the dow, down triple digits, the nasdaq and s&p down as well. vo: president obama endorses
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>> we warn you this may be hard to watch. >> that'sçó a 12-year-old lyingn the ground. the school district spokeswoman says the incident happened after a verbal argument between two students and the officer intervened. she claims she wanted to talk to her classmate. she has a bump on her head but is okay. the police department and the school district are investigating. a near death situation for a child who fell out of a moving minivan right into traffic. >> this was caught on surveillance video. this is also difficult to watch. you can see the gray minivan in the right lane. the door slowly opens, the child falls out. the car drove over him. the family stopped the minivan, got out to rescue the child. and here's the good news, he is expected to be okay. wild pieces of video. >> terrifying you see that so
close and over. >> coming up next, what the people of philadelphia could see happen to their water bills and we're not talking about good news. >> no. plus, play ball. the lehigh valley iron pigs are about to open. the only problem is you can't go. the reason why straight ahead. >> i love this. young golfer celebration. you don't want to miss. >> we still have showers in the forecast for the rest of your evening, so don't put the umbrella away yet. your villanova parade forecast for tomorrow if it will be dry. >> plus, the investigators get results, nbc 10 raised questions how philadelphia is protecting people from lead. now the city is taking action. we'll have details all new at 5:00.
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new at 4:30, the investigators revealed the daily lives of philadelphians who cannot afford running water even as the water department is asked to raise rates nearly 12%. >> but george spencer found many are already behind on bills and uncovered concerns about the programs m the tended to help. >> climbing down his front steps, we followed jimmy on his monthly water odyssey. his home has been without running water for almost seven years now. >> living in a third world. >> like you live in a third world. >> yeah. >> so every few weeks the 62-year-old walks to the bus stop, waits and rides the mile and a half to a grocery store.
he buys big jugs at more than 100 times the cost of tap water because he hit hard times and fell behind on utility bills including water 10 years ago. he's never been able to restore his water service because his home's title is in the name of a deceased friend. >> i made agreement but when i got to the water no. >> they wouldn't work with you. >> no. >> the cost of water in philadelphia may soon go up. the water department is hosting public hearings like this. to explain a new rate hike request of about 8 additional dollars on the average bill. the department says it needs the increase because of declining water use and the cost of aging infrastructure and increased regulation. >> for the public, you are involved. >> the investigators confirm that many customers can't pay their current bills. four out of every ten water accounts are delinquent, that's more than 227,000 customers.
rachel lopez and her team at drexel's community lawyering clinic, say too many of those accounts become long term shut-offs like withers. >> it's astonishing that we live in philadelphia, one of the major cities in the united states and there is a sizable amount of people that don't have running water. >> her team believes come boresome documentation requirements for one of the programs is part of the problem. the water revenue assistance program often requires applicants to show evidence of all household expenses, it's specifically aimed at delinquent customers who make no more than 2.5 times the federal poverty level. the city gave us numbers showing it was helping fewer than 7,000 as of february. >> they think that these are dead beats and what they are people who are just want to pay to get access to water. and for some reason bureaucratically the water
department has not moved from that position. >> is it helping enough people? >> there's always a need to further reach out to people. >> michelle runs water affordability programs for the city's ruv knew department. separate from the water department itself which asks for the rate hike. she admits that the enrollment process confused some and needs revision. she and her team are now overhauling it but the changes and exactly how they impact customers is unclear. >> what are those going to look like? >> well, that hasn't been determined just yet. that is still being worked on. >> one decision that is clear, bethel says the income requirements won't change. so applications may be streamlined but about the same number of people will be eligible. for withers that overhaul may help him get back on track eventually. in the meantime, the water will stay off. >> it's not normal.
and for health reasons. i mean. >> even if all goes according to plan the city says the revisions wouldn't be complete until about two years from now. some time in 2018. that would be the year after the second phase of that water rate hike takes effect. if it's approved this summer. for the investigators, george spencer, "nbc 10 news." some of delaware's smartest students received an award for hacking into computers. governor jack markell honored the teams. the girls were tasked with removing malware and securing vulnerable computers. it encouraged women to study the careers. phillies fever hit dupont hospital for children today.
the phanatic getting the kids fired up at a pep rally. they painted faces and waved the rally towels. as the home opener fast approaches, a look where anticipation is building ahead of monday's home opener against the padres. no tickets, no problem. nbc 10 is your home for your needs, monday, the pregame show at 2, followed by the first pitch at 3:00 here on nbc 10. there will be a lot of fanfare for the phillies' home opener next week t same could not be said for the triple a affiliate. the iron pigs. the iron pigs were set to open up on the road against the syracuse chiefs. the bad weather is forcing them to open up a coca-cola park instead. the only problem, fans cannot attend due to the logistics of the switch. the opener you can watch is set for april 14. >> no fans. >> so strange.
you need that energy to feed off of. >> sure do. >> up next, boy. counting calories. >> everything you need to know about food labels, that is soon going to be changing perhaps, a proposal that might make you want to drastically cut the amount of food you're eating. and they have been waiting three years to get back in their fire house. the city says it needs to be torn down. coming up all new at 5:00 we asked how this will affect firefighters' ability to do their jobs.
in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us.
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minutes of biking. >> we want to prompt people to do is think differently. >> the simpler the more it ends up doing goodnd a impacting what people choose. >> how much we would have to do to burn off a cheeseburger, fries and a milk shake. the idea is just a recommendation based on british research. it's not yet an official proposal. there is time. >> we'd need a track around the newsroom with all of the junk food we have. >> there is a lot in this place. got to be careful. a hollywood bad boy making headlines. >> why actor charlie sheen is under investigation. also this. a golf celebration sure to make you smile. and keep the umbrella around for the rest of the evening. more showers heading our way. otherwise tomorrow is going to be different than today so the villanova parade i have that forecast.
los angeles police say actor charlie sheen is the subject of a felony threat investigation triggered by his former fiancee, it comes after excerpts of a secret audio recording were published. he allegedly confesses to having lied about his hiv status and having threatened to kill porn star and exfiance. she filed a civil suit last year saying sheen was violent and abusive. the actor denies the claim. president obama is going back to law school to argue a critical case. the president is speaking now at the university of chicago law school. to explain why he thinks the senate should back his selection for u.s. supreme court justice. republican senate leaders stalled the nomination of judge
merrick garland. they believe it's the next president's responsibility to choose the replacement for the late justice antonin scalia. >> back to decision 2016 coverage because the three democratic candidates hoping to secure the nomination for pennsylvania attorney general will square off tonight here at nbc 10. >> they are district attorney john morganelli, commissioner josh shapiro and allegheny county district attorney stephen zappala jr. >> and tracy davidson will moderate tonight's debate joining us live from the studio where the debate will happen. >> what can we expect? >> this is where the live debate will happen in about two hours from now. the stage is set for the democrats who want to replace embattled attorney general kathleen kane. all week long we've introduced you to the candidates who will par tatties pate. don't be surprised to see fireworks this evening. now that the candidates have started taking shots at each
other over topics like campaign contributions. we'll cover all of the issues important to you and your family in tonight's debate. >> i am the most experienced candidate in this race, no question about my resume. >> right now the office of attorney general is in need of executive leadership. >> i'm very proud mif office and i want my kids to be proud of me, my wife to be proud of me. >> this evening's debate is the only live television are debate between the three candidates. whoever win this month will face the republican joe peters or state senator john raferty. the debate begins at 7:00 tonight. watch it here on nbc 10 or on the nbc 10 app. well, we still have the rain in the forecast this evening but the heavy stuff that's already pretty much moved through. the evening showers, those are still going to be around for a
little longer. looking at cloudy conditions, peeks of sunshine but we're looking at more rain back off to the west that's going to try to move in. tomorrow, very different day than today for the better. and it is the day for the big villanova parade so i have that forecast in a minute. over the weekend we're going to get colder and we're going to see a wintry mix move in for part of your weekend. so i'll show you the timing on that. we're still in about the mid-50s though through the lehigh valley, 55 pottstown and westchester, 60 in philadelphia, upper 50s for new jersey and delaware, 60 in dover, so today has been a mild and rainy day. the rain again the heaviest of it is all up in new england, we have cleared out quite a bit now, but you notice all of the scattered showers off to the west and southwest around washington and even farther west than that. so this is all moving in our direction so you see the general motion from west to east. so we can still expect showers as we go through this evening. now the heaviest rain we have around now is right along the
shore ocean city on its way to atlantic city so heavy rain moving into atlantic city any minute now and crossing the expressway. here is future weather. the rest of the evening the rain chance in the forecast. we go through the next few hours some scattered showers moving in, so by 7:00 p.m. we should be seeing scattered showers around, can't rule out a thunderstorm. by midnight tonight, big improvement. we clear up quite a bit. then we go into friday, just in time for the villanova parade and it looks really good. now we're looking at 5:00 p.m. friday, temperatures in about the low 50s, but a lot more in the way of sunshine. so your villanova parade forecast at 20th and market street, if you are down around noon, 47 degrees, a mix of sun and clouds. breezy too. by 1:00 p.m. when the parade starts, 49, breezy and cool. we go to the next couple hours, temperatures topping out at about the mid to low 50s. then into the weekend it's going to get colder. this is future weather for your saturday.
we go through time notice you see that snow and rain approa approachi approaching. a small clipper system cold enough to support snowfall or a wintry mix. by the middle of the day we could still see that hanging around. temperatures will be above freezing saturday so we don't expect much in the way of sticking, any accumulation will be on grassy surfaces and fairly small by saturday night. we do expect this to be clearing out. tonight, though, a chance of showers, colder late tonight, 42 for a low in philadelphia, 38 areas north and west. and tomorrow a cool day but also breezy. more sunshine, 51 to 54 degrees for the high temperature. so if you are heading out to the villanova parade maybe a light jacket, then we go into your weekend. temperatures in the 30s for your saturday morning, that rain/snow mix moves in saturday so make sure you are prepared for that if you have the plans, just don't expect it to be completely dry as we go into saturday. sunday will be, we'll see sunshine on sunday, lows will be at or below freezing sunday
morning, afternoon highs only in the upper 40s and then we look at monday, phillies home opener not looking too bad. could see showers monday, i don't think it will be a big deal. all ahead of the rain for tuesday. and tuesday is the day we'll see quite a bit of rainfall. so whatever comes monday i think a few showers, shouldn't cause problems now. it's not what it looks like. we'll be in the low 60s. >> i can't believe we're still talking about snow. even though it might be a small amount saturday. still in april. >> you know, i'm -- i agree with you. but i'm glad that it's not falling during the villanova parade or during phillies' home opener. it's going to come over the weekend but i don't think it's going to be that big. we'll only see a grassy accumulation. shouldn't be much. >> it is april so we're in the home stretch hopefully. >> we're on our way to summer. we still can't rule out stuff like this. >> golf season, right? >> beautiful season for golf. >> you play? >> i do. >> i heard you're good. got a mean swing, that sheena.
>> it can be fun, right? anybody who thinks it isn't look at this. this was during yesterday's masters par 3 contest. this is the son of danish golfer, the pros often let the kids chip and putt for them during the contest. he sinks that 10-footer, does his best happy gilmore impersonation. how cute is that. i don't know how old he is. there's the real thing. yep. he's got it down. >> he does. for those of you who haven't seen that classic, this is what we're talking about. sandler's character drills a t-shot. he does that bull dance. >> good. >> very good. >> well, coming up next, the scenes -- we're going to tell you another reason to enjoy a cup of coffee.
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>> i do. >> also tea too. >> i do. anything to wake me up. >> seems a daily cup of coffee may improve older adults' response time. researchers studied several healthy older adults who drank a cup of regular coffee or decaf. those who drank caffeinated coffee improved their average reaction time and accuracy. it did not have an effect on motor speed. >> but it helps you focus. that's good. we all have something a little bit to the side to keep us hydrated. and perk us up. older adults, what is an older adult? >> we're not going there, are we? >> hopefully not. >> over 18. let's go with that. >> i like it. >> coming up next at 5:00, nbc 10 investigation has forced the city of philadelphia to act. >> we found no one enforcing a city law which is supposed to protect children from dangerous lead paint. we'll show you what city leaders are doing to make families
safer. and don't put away the umbrella yet. we have more showers heading or way. still a chance in the forecast. also your villanova parade forecast for tomorrow and a wintry mix this weekend. those details coming up. >> hurricane sandy did its damage, now some firefighters say the city made things even worse. why local leaders want to condemn their fire house.
right now at 5, the umbrellas got a workout. the rain and wind made it tough to get around. nbc 10 is tracking more showers. >> ignited the discussion again for us. >> families and children put at risk, the nbc 10 investigators exposed how the city of philadelphia was not enforcing its law against lead paint. today on the heels of our report the city council took action in order to keep you safe. "nbc 10 news" at 5 starts right now. the nbc 10 investigators spent weeks investigating lead problems across the region. >> now, philadelphia is using our results to protect people in the city. investigative reporter mitch blacher spoke with city leaders. how are they responding? >> the council is calling for hearings to find out why one of the strictest lead laws is not being enforced. it's supposed to force landlords to fix lead filled homes before
renting them to families with children under 7. philadelphia's lead poison kids are hard to forget. those who tried to protect them say our investigation revealed a hole in the plan. >> you raised a lot of questions. >> this council woman thought her 2012 lead law would save children like 4-year-old mariah. >> it opened up the flood gates again. it's an opportunity and a responsibility to relook at this. >> the investigators revealed since the city's lead law took effect, the city health department has only confirmed 1596 of the nearly quarter million rental properties in philly lead safe or lead free. when we talked to health officials for our original report we were told they don't have the money or the staff to do the job. >> there has not been cases where there has been a fine issued for the lead landlord law. >> in four years. >> in four years. >> why