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to the accident scene of just people seeing what's going on, and as i go into the neighborhoods here, you see that the neighborhood roads are backed up. people are trying to avoid the exexpressway. >> dan kent, photo journalist, keeping our eyes on the accident here. thank you for the insight, though, giving us a perspective of what they are dealing with out there. > . now, decision 2016 coverage. in a few hours, we could see first ruts from today's primary in new york. >> candidates are now looking ahead to next week, taking campaigns across pennsylvania. today alone, john kasich, sanders, and cruz made stops from pittsburgh to erie to state college here in pennsylvania. we have coverage of the primary push, and hudson on the right side of the screen is at the national institution center for a ted cruz event tonight, but we are in wilmington where bernie sanders has support from the biggest names in the home state,
lauren? >> reporter: keith, we are talking about ice cream giants ben and ree, and i'll introduce you to them in a moment. look behind me. since we last showed you, this spot earlier today, there's a crowd that has grown here, bernie sander supporterings, and i saw kids here for the ice cream. let's go over here. we're going to meet ben and jerry themselves. you have a thing, who is ben? >> i'm the ben. >> jerry, we stand in order. >> reporter: you stand in order. i'll talk to ben here because you created this ice cream flavor for bernie sanders, and i want to ask about this, you could have just begin money and said, i supported him. why this way? why do you think this was the best way to do it? >> those of us that support bernie need to get out there and do whatever it is we can do best. for me, i make ice cream. for other people, it's going to be phone banking and canvassing. so, you know, we came up with this flavor called bernie's
yearning. >> reporter: you're going to build us a sundae, right? >> i am. ben puts it together. was created by ben personally in his kitchen. there's ice cream on the bottom, plane on the bottom, and on the top is a thick chocolate disk. >> started out as regular chocolate chip ice cream, but chocolate represents the wealth that went to the .1% in the country. it's all risen to the top, and that's what you have, instead of the chocolate distributed evenly, it's une equally districted, and symbolizing the money going to the top 1%. the way you eat it -- >> eventually it all gets eaten up, though. >> take the scoop and whack it into a bunch of pieces and mix it and put the money back in the hands of the people who really created it. >> reporter: all right.
sounds like they are hankering for ice cream. we'll let them get out it and throw it back to you guys, keith. >> live in wilmington appealing to our sweet teeth. bernie sanders in pennsylvania today, hosting a rally this afternoon in erie, and a second rally at 7:00 tonight at university park in penn state university. you need a ticket to get into the event. on the republican side, senator cruz is watching the new york results come into tonight from right here in philadelphia. >> brandon hudson is live at the national constitution center in old city. brandon, what can we expect at tonight's event? >> reporte we're having technical problems. we'll get to him in a bit. on the republican presidential candidate side, john kasich in pittsburgh today talking to voters in market square and stopped for lunch at the original oyster house and on the way to maryland for a town hall
meeting. our 2016 coverage continues throughout the newscast. at 5:30, what's at stake for the front runners tonight, and we'll have a breakdown of where the race stands ahead of the pennsylvania primary from our political analyst. a beloved superintendent with deep ties to robbinsville this morning. >> while taking his morning jog this morning, within footsteps of the high school, that's where dr. steven mayer was jogging with his dog, both struck fatally by a student driving to school at 6:00 a.m. for a class trip. police are not releasing the details, investigation ongoing, and no citations issued. the mayor says it was a friend says he had to break the news to the young driver's family. >> my heart breaks for the family. this is a good kid, and, you
know, it was a student. it's, obviously, under investigation. there's not much i can say about that except that i know the family and my heart breaks for them too. >> all schools closed today and tomorrow to allow grief counselors to help the community heal. tonight, there's a candle light vigil for the mayer at the park. lots of short sleeves and a few folks in shorts today. nbc 10 on broad street in north philadelphia, another gorgeous day across the region, and it's going to be a great night as well at the ballpark. you're looking live at citizens bank park, the phils and mets tonight at 6:05. not as warm as yesterday, but we can really can't complain about the beautiful weather. >> i'll take it for sure. we are tracking the cooler conditions, sheena? >> yes. it is nice outside, breezy outside, and still very dry, so with our neighborhood weather, we can give you a little more
specifics on the forecast or a lot more specifics. don't forget your seven day forecast will be scrolling at the bottom of the screen no matter where you are, pennsylvania, new jersey, or delaware, we have the seven day forecast at the bottom for you. right now, in fufphiladelphia, s sunny, winds northwest at 20 miles per hour gusting to 25. it is dry and windy out right now. this is not good for fire weather, so because of that, we do actually have a red flag warning out for the entire area until 8:00 p.m. all counties shaded in red here. so, basically, what this means is because humidity is so low and the winds are gusty, we have such dry conditions that this could easily spread any wildfire, so just something to keep in mind as we go through, really, the rest of the evening. temperatures for the rest of the area, mostly around 70 degrees now, 69 in wilmington, and also in trenton. coming up, a closer look at
temperatures and forecast with a little cool down before the rain comes friday. that's coming up. new at 5:00, former chairman of philadelphia school reform commission is suing pennsylvania governor tom wolf. he removed bill green from officer, and green says it was because he led the src in improving new charter school applications. green says wolf opposes charter schools. according to green, an src member can't be removed from office, only for wrong doing, not for disagreeing with the governor. the governor issued a statement, due to misguided and poor decisions the district was forced to lay off educators, cut important programs, and slash transportation, security, and other vital services. governor wolf will continue to fight for funding for education and to provide a new path forward for philadelphia schools. >> the man accused of shooting a philadelphia police officer sunday night could be arraigned
later today. nbc 10 is working to confirm when 23-year-old scott griffin will face a judge. he's accused of shooting an officer sunday night and the officer interrupted a carjacking that griffin allegedly carried out with another man. we learned from court documents that griffin has 14 prior arrests and less than a week ago wassing in jail. he was let go after a judge cited lack of evidence because two witnesses did not show up to testify. meanwhile in delaware, a frightening attack for a woman on a popular running trail. now police need help finding out who actually left her unconscious there. the attack happened late last night in the phillips park area of newark. nbc 10 tim furlong explains. >> reporter: this is a popular spot in newark. >> a lot of basketball players skate borders and is crowded at night. >> reporter: the trail winding through the park, popular, and
considered pretty safe, but monday night at 8:45 a masked man came up behind a jogger and shoved her down and punched her repeatedly in the face until she lost consciousness. he didn't steal anything, but got away and there's no witnesses who saw anyone fleeing the area. you can see there's lights on the trail and an emergency call box going to the police, but there was no camera. police put a mobile camera up here just today along the light post at the scene of the attack. >> no, i mean, it's a nice park. never had a problem. >> reporter: the victim is going to be okay, and, kathy, she's extra careful on the trail. if you have information about the attack, call the newark police. a judge has postponed a hearing from the man accused of ambushing two pennsylvania state troopers prompting a massive man hunt. this is new video of eric frein outside the courthouse today charged with opening fire
outside the blooming grove barracks in 2014 killing one trooper and seriously wounding another. today, frein's lawyers argued his video recorded statement to police after his arrest should be thrown out. a judge asked reporters covering the case to leave the courtroom so he could watch the video, but those reporters objected, and the judge postponed the hearing. well, nbc 10 is proud to announce we have been honored with two regional edward r.murrow awards. >> presented by the radio television digital news association, one award in the best coverage for the deadly amtrack derailment in may, and the sec was for best website. we launched our digital exclusive series, faces of homeless youth. this is the second year in a row nbc10.com was awarded the murrow, both new eligible for the national award given out in the fall. a mother asks for help after her son died from a hit-and-run
crash and how she's taking up the cause to find her son's killer and message police have for the driver. plus, power problems at a local university. how students say it's affecting feel service on campus. flyers have power play problems. organization is strong today against those who threw bracelets on the ice last night. hear from them coming up next. skyforce10 over the scene of a five vehicle wreck near route 202, shut down completely, this happened within the last hour. in ten minutes, we learned some people were hurt, learning to know how many people and how serious injuries are. as you can tell, the accident backup stretches for miles there in that area, again, near king of prussia, i-76 westbound shut down near route 202. we'll be right back.
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time, but it only comes out when philly does it, and it goes back to the '60s with the snowball incident. >> fans can redeem themselves in game four tomorrow night. puck drops at 7:00. >> they say they their fans are the best in sports, but that didn't stop the team from speaking out about last night's incident. >> comcast sports net john clark is live with the reaction. i was there while this happened, and many call the actions disrespectful, but disappointing. >> and what would have ed thought of the flyer fans who threw bracelets on the ice, his daughter tweeted out today that ed would have thought it was, quote, a disgrace. here's the statement. flyers fans are the best in sports, however, last night, a number of individuals behaved in an unacceptable manner. fans have the right to voice their displeasure, but when expressed in a way that embarrasses or endangers others, it cannot be condoned or
tolerated. as an organization, and on behalf of the overwhelming majority of fans who expressed their passion in a positive manner, we wish to express our sincere regret. here's the gm ron haxtall. >> we can't lose sight of the fact there was few of those come down compared to what there are in the building. we have great fans, and, obviously, for a select few, some frustrations boiled over. >> the flyers have been outscored and only came back from 3-0 once in history against the bruins. they know game four is do or die. >> can't be looking at the big picture knowing that we have to win four games, you look at it like that, you think it's going to be hard against washington, but, you know, we have to win game four and after we win game four, you know, we'll be able to get momentum and go from there.
>> coming up at 6:00, hear from players on the bracelets throwing. you got the snowballs, you got batteries, and now we're going to have to hear about bracelets for many years to come, right? national pundits all over this. >> unfortunately. john clark with comcast sports net. thank you. >> see ya, keith. >> fans shook off the loss getting back into the security. the faithful turned out for a pep rally at the porch of 30th street station today, t-shirts handed out and fans scored tickets to storm night's win or go home game at the wells fargo center. this week, philadelphia celebrates the man who created the flyers, the founder and chairman, ed snider, died last week, and fans are invited to celebrate snider's life at 1:00. police arrest three men accused of running a drive way
paving scam. police say christopher, timothy, and ace frank were soliciting work in hamilton when a resident call the police. the men asked residents to reseal the drive ways for $35, and the told residents they had to pay an extra $2500. all three found to have outstanding warrants. bail set at $$40 thousands each. three found after the earthquake. this shows dramatic rescue in a shopping center that collapsed. another woman is still trapped. she's been given water and other supplies until rescuers can reach her. the death toll from the 78 magnitude quake climbed to more than 350. >> now your first alert weather. and a beautiful day today. we still have plenty of sun across the area.
warm and dry as we go through the afternoon. your new neighborhood forecast, don't forget the seven day is always scrolling at the bottom of your screen, so any seven day forecast, no matter where you live, pennsylvania, new jersey, delaware or the shore because your temperatures are a little cooler there. we have that at the bottom of the screen for you and a more specific forecast because you, the viewer, you asked for that, and we have that forecast for you. let's take a look at the radar right now, though. we are nice and dry, but if you see all this rain back off to the west, it's not organized, but, finally, we'll get out of the dry pattern as you see most of the eastern seaboard is still in, and, eventually, we'll be getting some of the rain as we go into friday. the good news is we're going to get it before the weekend, some of it could be lingering into the weekend, though. no immediate rain back off to the west. go all the way back to parts of missouri to even see any rain, so we'll stay dry throughout the rest of tonight. now, with the dry air in place, we have a red flag warning out,
all the counties shaded in red here, that basically means because of the relative humidity is so low and the winds are kind of gusty too, that's creating pretty good fire weather conditions, wildfire weather, so we do not, obviously, want to see any wildfires out there, but all these types of condition just kind of increase the risk of any wildfire. just keep that in mind. this goes until 8:00 p.m. tonight. be careful with the burning. you don't want to do any burning outside. gusts part of that too, in from the northwest now from 20-30 miles per hour gusts. it's breezy, but temperatures are comfortable at the shore and delaware beaches because of the winds. 71 in philadelphia. 67 in the ehigh valley, and if we zoom into delaware, here's the neighborhood temperatures. areas like greenville, 68 degrees, harmony hills, 70 degrees, and as we go further south, even closer to the delaware beaches, we have comfortable temperatures.
74 in dover right now, and louis, delaware at 64. 65 degrees in ddewey beach. the wind direction is warming up there. tonight and tomorrow, we are dry. now we're looking at tomorrow, 5:00 p.m., plenty of sun, a little cooler, though, than today. we go into thursday. here you see the clouds increasing. the rain's getting closer. by friday, that's when you'll want your umbrella. there you see the rain moving in noon friday and showers will be around. don't forget the umbrella by the end of the week. tomorrow, fair amount of sun, 70 in the philadelphia area. some of the pennsylvania suburbs, upper 60s. a little cooler. bethlehem at 68 tomorrow. south jersey like trenton, temperatures in the upper 60s and sunny. atlantic city, 60 degrees.
cooler around the shore, at 60, and delaware mainly look aing at the low 70s. a live look outside. we have nice weather this afternoon, it's going to stay that way throughout the evening. there's a live look out at the art museum. a nice end to the day. a little bit breezy, which is, again, why we have that red flag warning out, but either way, it's making for a nice night tonight and tomorrow. a little cooler, but well above normal this time of year, and so very comfortable, and looking ahead to friday, there's rain moving in. >>. looking forward to friday. regardless of the weather. yeah. >> yes. that's true. i agree with you, yes. >> okay. thank you. tired of standing in longer security lines at the airport and outside stadiums? the security company that says they can speed up the process. plus, how the philadelphia international festival of arts is paying tribute to veterans from the last decade's wars.
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businesses and government agencies with operations inside the airport have hundreds of immediate openings. about 1800 people were expect the to attend today's event. well, the philadelphia eagles' locker room played host to the
special olympics this morning at lincoln financial field. the mayor and eagles' presidents welcomed members of the special olympics north america's leadership academy to town. special olympics leaders from around the world kicked off a three-day event today in philadelphia. the philadelphia international festival of the arts is underway, a abrasion of art in a a variety of forms including a new project focusing on veterans of color through the last decade's war in iraq and afghanistan, holing it down, the veterans dream project combines music, poetry, song, video, and visual art. you can catch it friday night for the performing arts. traffic trouble on a busy bridge in the middle of rush hour. >> the emergency repairs forcing crews to close most lanes and when they are expected to reopen. >> reporter: relatives of a hit-and-run victim appeal to the public for help and visit the scene of the crime. that story is coming up.
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considered minor. the backup stretches, though, for miles. look at the video. you want to stay away from 76 west, if you can. skyforce10 now over a black lives matter protest happening on broad street now moving south. you can see people out there with signs and closed down the traffic on broad stre. likely headed to city hall. we're over a black lives matter protest happening at this hour. continuing our decision 2016 coverage. it's primary in new york. today, front runners, hillary clinton and donald trump, cast their ballots. both candidates call new york home. >> they join thousands more voters headed to the holes in what's become a critical state to win the primary season. we have the details from manhattan. >> reporter: democrat hillary clinton cast her vote near her home. >> this has been a joy during
the last two weeks to be here all over the state, and i hope everybody gets out to vote. >> reporter: turnout steady, but new york does not allow late registration and independents can't vote today hurting sanders, but he claims he closed to gap to clinton anyway. >> i'm afraid she's disappointed. we're feeling very good. there's a large voter turnout despite impediment of 3 million people not able to participate. we're going to do just fine. >> reporter: clinton went to washington to heel primary wounds. >> with so much devicive ugly rhetoric, we need unity. >> reporter: to be the nominee, she needs to win 34% of delegates starting today. >> who are you voting for? >> easy decision. >> reporter: delicates on the front runners' minds as trump voted for himself. >> a great honor for new york.
>> reporter: shaking up the campaign, spending more, changing the role of controversial lead manager, and trump is charging his party's process rigged to let others get the nomination if trump can't on the first ballot when cruz and kasich hope get them the nomination. nbc 10 news. the democratic national convention hits town this summer, but you'll see iconic donkeys first. the host committee announced that 57 donkeys symbolizing the democratic party will be placed in various sites in the city starting july 1st. the chairman of the host committee looked ahead to tonight's new york primary predicting a win for democratic candidate, hillary clinton. >> we think secretary clinton should win somewhere between 6 and 12 point victory tonight in new york. >> believing hillary clinton
will win all the primaries next tuesday including here in pennsylvania. coming up at 5:4, our political analyst talking about what's at stake for trump tonight and if the republican parties' riles are fair for the front runner. for complete decision 2016 coverage including the latest delegate counts and upcoming caucuses, tap the nbc 10 app. talking about the weather now, dry and windy conditions fuel a high fire danger. the new jersey forest fire services busy battling flames in jersey incoming a fire that burned an acre of buena vista township. the fire service tripled amount of vehicles patrolling the region for wildfires. of course, the breezy, dry weather's created perfect conditions for just that, forest fires. >> we have more on this red flag warning. >> yeah. you know, the red flag warning is just really to remind
everyone it is very dry, meaning humidity is very low, and that increases the wildfire danger outside, so look at all the counties. everybody in our viewing area, pennsylvania, new jersey, and delaware, you're shaded in red because you're a red flag warning until 8:00 tonight. as we look around, we see we really don't have much on the radar either. we're not seeing any rain in the, barely any cloud cover, but the humidity is less than 25% in some spots, and that's the thing. humidity can be, and dry conditions that creates bad conditions for wildfires to be able to spreadier. look at the winds in the area now. we are seeing a breezy wind in from the northwest gusting anywhere from about 20-30 miles per hour. dover seeing a 28 miles per hour gust, and millville at 28 miles per hour wind gusts, and allentown at 24. again, these are conditions that cause an easier, in some cases, for wildfires to spread. that's going to go into 8:00 tonight. neighborhood temperatures now,
though, mostly around 70 degrees with the breezy wind. tonight, though, it's clear and also a little cooler into tomorrow. we'll talk that forecast. also, rain finally before the week is over. that's coming up. thanks, sheena. crews hard at work trying to get power back up and running at the university, and outage is expected to last a few more hours as crews work to replace equipment. it affects the university center and six of the residents' halls. it started last night at 8:00 when the campus lost power for about an hour, and power is expected to be restored by 7:00 tonight. elsewhere, a mother grieves the loss of her son who died from his injuries in a hit-and-run crash the weekend. >> jamal loved life. he loved church. he loved sports. he was a sunday schoolteacher. he did football with the kids. >> jamal morris was a grad riding his bike when a car hit
him saturday in west philly. we are live from west philadelphia now with more on the mother's heart break. hey, monique. >> reporter: this section over my shoulder is where the driver collided with jamal morris, and now his family says they are hoping that person who caused the fatal accident will come forward. >> jamal loved life, church, he loved sports. >> reporter: 27-year-old morris loved philadelphia, choosing to stay here after graduating in 2011. the mechanical engineer was hit by a car early saturday while riding his bike, passing away monday morning after suffering severe head trauma. investigators say when they arrived here at 45th and market, the driver who hit morris had taken off. >> we have no piece of the car left behind, no physical evidence. we have no reliable eyewitnesss. >> reporter: police also say they are searching for surveillance videotape. we went to morris' neighborhood,
a few blocks from the accident scene. there, neighbors are stunned. >> just terrible. very terrible. >> morris' college roommate joined his family in pleading for the person who called 911 and the driver who left the scene to step forward. >> never needed a car, always had a bike, and a couple months later, you can't say what you mean, and he's smiling down now and we have an angel. >> as a mom, i'm pleading with the person who hit my son. i forgive you, so you need to know that i forgive you. please, come forward. >> reporter: right now, police are saying if you were passing through the area saturday morning, just before 4:00 and have any information, they are urging you to call them. live for now in west philadelphia, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. traffic troubles on the delaware memorial bridge tonight. skyforce10 gives us a view from
above. crews repairing the bridge right now. only one southbound lane is open. now, crews are repairing several suspender cables. the work is expected to be finished by tomorrow morning. atlantic city schools caught in the middle of the financial crisis. we'll explain a judge's last minute move today to give the schools more money. plus, grab the hand sanitizer. the new study about hand washing in health care centers that may make your skin crawl.
not. a healthy diet linked to improved blood pressure in obese women as well. a new study reveals workers out outpatient health care facilities often fail to wash their hands. researchers found although soap and water were always available, employees skipped hand washing more than a third of the time. workers also failed to safely disinfect or discard syringes in a third of the cases. moving right along from that. listen, most of us know frustration of waiting in the long lines for airport security. >> yeah. agents have to check nearly 2 million travelers and more than 4 million in carry on bags each and every day. private screening company is speeding things up in sports stadiums, and the private firm called clear offers something called biometric identification. for a fee, users enter finger prints and image of the eye into a data base. members go to the airport, putt fingers on a scanner and go to the front of security lines.
>> it makes a ton of sense for places where, you know, there's lines, waits where you have to enhanced security, give customers a better experience. >> it sure beatings having to wait in line and come through the gates with the crowd. >> right now, they are operating at 13 airports, philadelphia international is not among them. with big league ballparks ramping up security, experts believe biometric screening could be more popular, especially if the price is right. zis 2016 coverage continues with a big contest on the line for the republican party's front runner. our nbc 10 political analyst joins us to discuss what's at stake for donald trump in the home state and if the gop's rules are fair for the candidate. and another nice day today. little bit cooler tomorrow, but still beautiful before we get some rain for your friday. i'll show you the timing of that with neighborhood weather. flr
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we have continuing coverage of decision 2016. we could have a better idea after tonight's primary in new york. >> our political and legal analyst is joining us live, jim, thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me on. >> recent polls show trump with a big lead in the home state of new york. how important would a win be for him tonight? >> it's a make or break moment for trump, new york have 95 delicates on the line, and 50% of the votes, it's win or take all. below 50%, they are proportional. if he gets into the situation where he's below 50%, he has a hard time going forward. if he gets magical 50% in new york, he's probably looking at 80 delegates and ton of momentum
in the northeast states where pennsylvania is the battleground. >> trump complained, of course, the gop rules are rigged against him. some house gp lawmakers express they want a fresh candidate in the convention in cleveland. in your opinion, should the person who gets the most delegates as trump prefers get the nomination? >> more than 60% of gop voters believe the person with the most delegates should be the nominee. going into the convention, i would say if donald trump is a couple of -- a couple hundred votes or a hundred votes ahead or delegates ahead of the rest of the pack, he's probably in good shape and very hard for the gop establishment to surpass the will of the voters. if he's not close to getting that 1237 and not significantly ahead of the pack, i think he's in jeopardy. >> all right, jim, thank you. >> thanks for having me on. >> a week away from the pennsylvania and delaware
primaries. polls open in both states next tuesday at 7:00 a.m. new jersey voters will go to the polls on june 7th. now to the latest on the crisis in atlantic city. >> the financially floundering town finished owing what they owed the school system. last week, the city paid the first half of the debt, and, today, a judge denied the state's request to freeze their school payment for the rest of the year. >> we're pleased. pleased that the judge took the time to take the analysis, and to really note the position of the city and to determine that there are a lot of parties here who may suffer harm, not just the school board. >> right now, atlantic city must still pay the school system $25 million by the end of the school year. the next payment due may 15th. state prosecutors recommend
a former mayor in burlington county spend the next four years on probation. lawrence durr of chesterfield pled guilty today of charges ever tampering with public records. durr failed to mention his financial relationship to a developer on ethics forms and entered into a deal to sell a piece of property. city of philadelphia, septa and penn dot want riders and drivers to give input on roosevelt boulevard. they are making it safer and accessible for everyone. there's a public forum tonight at 6:00 on north 10th street. water woes continue tonight for residents in southeast texas. this video right here is a community just west of houston. look at that. heavy rain caused widespread flooding. at least five people have been killed. crews pulled off more than 900 water rescues, and when you look at the video on the screen, it's easy to understand why it's much
the same story in the city of katie to the east, rising water there has swamped city streets. a beautiful day today, we have rain in the forecast. it is not going to be anything like that, your new neighborhood weather, though, shows us temperature around the reeng. if you're in the lehigh valley at 67 degrees now, and in delaware, mostly near 70 degrees, nice and sunny outside, 71 in south jersey, and pennsylvania suburbs close to 70 degrees, 71 in philadelphia at the moment, and don't forget the seven day forecast is always scrolling at the bottom of the screen no matter if you live in pennsylvania, new jersey, or delaware from the lehigh valley to the shore, we have your seven day always updating. we update that, in fact, and it's always there for you to see. so as we go through the rest of the evening and into very early tomorrow, over the next 12 hours, temperatures will quickly be dropping off because we have such dry conditions, so
philadelphia, by 10:00 p.m. in the mid-50s, trenton, mid-50s, and lehigh valley and reading, you're in the 30s tomorrow morning because of the dry air. a cool start. wilmington by 10:00 p.m. temperatures drop to the mid-50s, dropping off quickly with clears throughout tonight, but we are still going to stay dry as we go into tomorrow so that's the han story here, even for the phillie's tonight, looking good. the forecast, it is a little bit breezy still, and northwest wind from left field, 10-20 miles per hour, and at 67 degrees, and by 10:00 p.m. nice and dry at the mid-60s, and now with the dry air in place, the pollen, that is going to stay high over the next several days. look at the forecast. if allergies are bothering you, the pollen does not lighten up until friday. friday, a moderate to high pollen day. we'll have rain move in to drop it a little, by by saturday,
that pollen is going to shoot back up there, so we're not really looking at a big relief from the pollen any time soon. look at the neighborhood temperatures this new jersey. piney hollow, and 68 degrees, mount laurel at 71 and closer to trenton, princeton at 68 degrees, florence at 68. rain to the west, but into the end of the week, that's when we really see things change. mostly for your friday. so locally, we are still very dry outside, and tomorrow, though, we'll be a tad cooler because of the cold front sitting to the south, so we're going to see cooler temperatures into tomorrow afternoon. as far as weather conditions, we are still going to be nice and dry. we'll take a closer look at the neighborhood forecast coming up. >> thank you. new york now, lester holt is live with what's coming up. good to see you back home. >> hi, keith, good to see you,
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sides, a choice between black and white. >> reporter: devices in technology making lives convenient make it easier than ever for criminals to hide behind an encrypted fire wall. >> the hay stack is bigger, still looking for the same needle. >> we lack the technical ability at this point to properly exkupt laws congress passed because technology bypassed the law. >> reporter: the weakness demonstrated when apple tried to unlock the iphone of the terrorist, and the government eventually succeeded with the help of third party hackers. apple's top lawyer says the tech giant cannot give the government what it wants, a back door that opens on demand. >> we have no way of doing that without undermining and endangering the entire encryption infrastructure. >> reporter: a fine line and congress looking for balance. brian moore, n b.c. 10 news. up next, shock and disbelief
after a pillar of a local community is hit and killed bay car. >> what a wonderful man, and how precious life is. >> a local leader loses his life while out for a jog with his dog. reaction from those who knew him best and connection to the person behind the wheel. another day in the 70s with sun, but we have some rain in the forecast, and much needed rain. i'll break it down in our exclusive neighborhood weather next. >> we got a bad reputation because we're passionate fans. >> fans behaving badly, the fallout from a less than classy display from the crowd in last night's loss next on nbc 10 news at 6:00. flr
nbc 10 news at 6:00 has breaking traffic situation. a crash involving a number of vehicles making for a chaotic commute along the expressway at this hour. skyforce 10 is live over king of prussia in the westbound lanes of the expressway near route 202. now, we just found out that one westbound lane just started getting by in the last 15 minutes, but traffic is backed up for miles. we've followed were 90 minutes, in fact.
this is how it looked at 4:30 this afternoon. several vehicles involved, trucks, cars, pickup trucks and traffic was just backing up at 430. this crash involved, in fact, five cars and truckings. we know that two people are hurt and one of those injuries is minor. again, one lane of 76 west just reopened, however, the traffic trouble is forcing some people to detour into nearby king of prussia clogging up smaller roads as well. it's not clear how long this problem will last, but are keeping a close eye on the backup, and you can always monitor the situation by logging on to nbc10.com or the app for realtime updates. >> it's very, very hard right now. sadness and disbelief tonight after a south jersey school superintendent is hit and killed by a car while out for a jog. behind the wheel was a 17-year-old student on her way to school. >> dr.