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make a heck of a senator. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. nbc10 news starts now. >> new detailsn't about the death of prince. what police found inside his
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home. and crunch time for the candidates as they flock to our area. we learn more about the millions of dollars coming to philadelphia for the dnc. at the end of the ice to finish it off. >> got to love that. flyers still in it. stanley cup hopes are alive and well as they pull out yet another win against the capitals. first, we begin with the rain moving through. n nbc10 with the umbrellas were out. the left side of your screen you can see the rain is still around. the question is, will it clear out in time for the weekend? let's bring in first alert meteorologist. >> keith, it depends on where you live which makes our neighborhood forecast so wonderful because we can narrow it down to the neighborhood. rain is lingering into the weekend but not for everybody. here's a look at the radar. active still but it's still a very unorganized system. nothing organized that's moving
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in right now. it's mostly light rain around the philadelphia area but you see the rain just off to our north and west. right outside the lehigh valley. we will be watch that area of rain because it does have thunderstorm activity in it. if we zoom in a little bit closer most of what we have around right now is fairly light rain. over night tonight we will continue of see showers moving through and into the morning. temperatures right now, mostly mid to low 60s across the area. cloudy with light rain, especially in south jersey. tomorrow morning though we'll be seeing the rain lingering, especially if you are in new jersey and delaware. possibly even the philadelphia area. some showers lingering to start your weekend. we'll take a look at the rest of your weekend forecast and a nicer looking sunday that's coming up. >> looking forward to that, thank you. to decision 2016. national spotlight on our area. the four leading presidential candidates were in pennsylvania and delaware trying to woo voters ahead of tuesday's primaries. ted cruz visited supporters in
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allentown tonight. he once again noted that pennsylvania is a key battleground state in the race, especially in a contested contest. >> donald trump loses to hillary clinton in the general election in pennsylvania, hillary and i are tied in pennsylvania. and in november, we're going the win pennsylvania and beat hillary clinton and that's one of the reasons so many republicans are uniting behind this campaign. this afternoon donald trump visited kent county, delaware, the republican front-runner rallied supporters at the state fair grounds in harrington. he talked about bringing jobs back to the united states, lowering taxes and taking on hillary clinton. and several men tell us that they were kicked out of the afternoon rally in delaware because they're black. the men say they didn't have signs and didn't say anything anti-trump. this is video the men recorded of the incident. >> ask me if i was a trump supporter. and i said i'm undecided. he said you got to leave. i'm standing here black and
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because i'm black and undecided he said i had to leave. >> we reached out to the trump campaign about the group's claims. a spokesperson says she was told the men did have signs. as for trump, he will be back in our area for a rally monday at west chester university. and both democratic candidates made stops in pennsylvania today. hillary clinton made a campaign stop at a high school in scranton while senator bernie sanders visited millersville university. both addressed the need to make education affordable. >> i want and you want everybody to be able to get all of the education they need to become the best worker, the best citizen that they can become. >> if you pay your student debt payments every month we're going to have a cutoff time. after 20 years, you're done because it should not keep going for the rest of your lives. >> for the democrats there's a lot at stake in pennsylvania. almost 200 delegates, one of the
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biggest states out there. both clinton and sanders are hoping to accept the nomination right here at the wells fargo center this summer and new tonight we've learned that philadelphia is getting millions of dollars from the federal government as it prepares to post the democratic national convention. nbc10's brandon hudson is here. >> a number that will get attention is the $43 million for security. the city told us it's not from the taxpayers, so it's not coming out of your wallets. it's a federal grant, a security expert says despite how large this amount seems, it's better to be safe than sorry. in three months thousands will travel to philadelphia and the wells fargo center for the 2016 democratic national convention. a high-profile event which will require a level of security that hasn't been used since pope francis visit last year. nbc10 obtained a list of the dny expenditures and solved $43 million will be used for the event security. >> it's to cover our security
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expenses directly related to the dnc. it's not to cover our police costs that are going in the neighborhood. >> break do you understand of the expenditure list is a secure bus system for delegates and dignitaries among other federal costs. on the local level, a chunk of the money will fund overtime hours, police radios, food, and even portable bathrooms. >> i think this money well spent. >> reporter: especially considering the threat of isis. in our skype interview with pierce college security expert robert, he said secret service, fbi, and fema will primarily handle this large scale event. they will make sure they're protecting you and each other. >> i have an internal with the secret service, they account for everybody. so does the philadelphia police department and those who work with n. this arena. >> reporter: we checked out the congressional research service and found since 2004 congress has appropriated $100 million for convention security split between both host cities. cleveland received $49 million
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for this year's republican national convention. >> should that event occur, had we had not the proper preparation or funding, it would be double if not triple. >> some of the money will cover tasks as small as keeping their cellphones charged for secret service, fbi, and police during the dnc. the money will also provide long-term equipment for use by local law enforcement. for a complete breakdown of the list go to the or nbc10 app. live in studio, i'm brandon hudson, nbc10. democratic national convention happens right here in philadelphia july 25th through the 28th. you can count on nbc10 as your place to see it all. new at 11:00, a 1-year-old boy is in the hospital tonight after a hit and run crash in south philly. sky force 10 over the crash location tonight. police say the 20-month-old boy darted in front of a green work
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van, then the driver left the scene. we know tonight the toddler is in stable condition. also happening tonight philadelphia police are looking for the man pepper sprayed by a teenager he tried to sexually assault. you can see the suspect caught on surveillance video in south philadelphia at the 19-year-old victim's hand is on his throat. she told police early wednesday morning this man tackled her on war on the street and then pulled her dress down. she pepper sprayed him and hit him in the throat before he ran away. ashleigh forte heard the woman screaming and called 911. >> we heard it start, went away for a little bit and then it got really close. these intruders have to be taken down. and it's great that it's a woman if she actually saved herself from what could have potentially been very bad for her and her family. >> the victim had minor injuries but will be okay. we learned it could take days even weeks before we learn of the cause of prince's death but today we did learn new
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details about the investigation. investigators say that there were no obvious signs of foul play. staff members of prince's studio found the 57-year-old unresponsive in an elevator yesterday morning. he was pronounced dead a short time later. today musician and close friend sheila e. remembered prince as driven and generous man. >> he gave his all in everything that he did. and the way that he gave his all in writing songs and performing, the fans meant everything to him. >> funeral plans for prince have not yet been finalized. ♪ this weekend you can pay tribute to prince by watching his classic film "purple rain." amc theaters are playing the movie all week long ploep indications in our area are cherry hill, hamilton. let's say quest for the cup
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is still alive. flyers shut off the capital nsz game five. >> the capitals trust tated buzz they didn't want anything to do with game six in philadelphia sunday but they got it. >> coming back to town. comcast sports joins us live. john, this is two in a row. >> this is unbelievable because the capitals have had problems closing out playoff series in the past so maybe the ghosts of playoff past s haunting him. it is a head scratcher. who won it for him? it was goalie michael neuvirth. flyers were out shot in this game, 44-11. they won a playoff game with just 11 shots. fewest ever in flyers history in a win. first team to do that in 18 years. the flyers with the shutout 2-0 so they force a game six back here at the wells fargo center. this flyers team has turned around this series now against the best team in hockey.
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>> it's going to be a ruckus crowd in there, a lot of fun. we can't wait. we want to bring it back home for mr. schneider. it's going to be fun. sunday night? >> sunday sometime. we'll find out. >> we don't care. we can't wait to go. >> you don't care, here it is. sunday at noon here on nbc10. we will have a live pre-game show from the wells fargo center at 11:30 before the game. we will have a report from washington coming up in sports in 15 minutes. here from all flyers after a huge win. i'm john clark. back to you. >> thank you. taking right turn now, a girl dice after a fight at school. the clues police are now looking for on social media. plus, we'll tell you about a new type of reality showdown the shore, "the feathered family" that's now monday tear viewing. plus, the president and the prince. the new photos making international headlines tonight. and we still have some showers on the radar.
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some will be lingering into tomorrow morning. for part of the area, i'll show you which neighborhoods can expect it in your neighborhood weather. that's next.
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a teenage girl killed after a fight in her high school. tonight police are looking for clues on social media. this as the community mourns. nbc10's drew smith reports from wilmington tonight. >> reporter: as each hour passes the memorial for amy joyner francis grows here outside howard high school. at the same time, parents and students continue to wait for answers. these students are hurting. they leaned on each other wondering why their 16-year-old friend is now dead. >> for this to happen is just heartbreaking because she never looked for trouble in any way. >> reporter: yesterday morning officials told nbcso francis died after an assault in the school bathroom. >> when i seen her, like, go
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down on the stretcher, like it broke my heart. >> reporter: but what we still don't know is who was a part of that fight and if or when police plan to file charges. >> someone you see every day in the hallway or maybe in your class, they're not there anymore. >> reporter: investigators confirmed they are looking at video and social media posts. speculation online has swirled around this case. >> i think it's disrespectful because she passed away from a fight, and people are taking it toer a joke, i guess, not funny. >> reporter: tonight howard senior led the group in prayer as tears flowed, they held hands, wondering how they go forward after this violence inside their school. >> i think this is a huge eye opener not only for howard students but hopefully for other high schoolers and even more wilmington. >> reporter: prosecutors tell us we won't hear about the announcement of any possible charges until after they've completed all interviews and looked over all of the evidence. in wilmington, drew smith, nbc10
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news. a celebration of earth day down the shore today as cape may introduces a new osprey cam. officials launched this webcam fee uring an active osprey nest at the docking slips. this pair of osprey has returned to the site for the third straight year. they're in there. don't worry. last year they had two babies after having three the year before. i got a question for you. what would you wear to meet the president and first lady? well, if you're the future king of england, a bathrobe, of course. look at this. adorable moment, 2-year-old prince george was given a 15-minute bedtime extension so he could meet the alabamas for the first time dressed in misrobe and pajama pants. the little prince thanked the first family for the gift of a rocking horse the that they gave him when he was born. he is so precious. ♪ to this now tonight we have a major announcement to tell you about. it's one of the biggest events
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in philadelphia. nbc20, telemundo 62 and parent company comcast nbc universal are proud to announce we're the new home of the wawa welcome america festival. it means you can watch the concert, fireworks live right here on both stations. and of course on your iphone, ipad, or any other device you may have. but it's much, much more than that. you may not realize it but the wawa welcome america festival lasts eight days and will be there for all of it from the parade through old city and the events that come through all of the cities neighborhoods. let's look live right now. the ben franklin parkway aglow with lights. come celebrate, wawa welcome america right here on its new home nbc10 and telemundo 62. everything that we broadcast live on tv will also be available to you in the palm of your hands. if you're traveling for the fourth of july weekend, don't worry, we've got you covered on
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the nbc10 app and we're bridnging the forecas closer than ever before. tracking some showers around the area, sheena. >> yes, that's right, kate. showers tonight and with your neighborhood weather forecast p aside from the fact that we are a lot more specific with the forecast like a lot of you viewers asked us to be, your seven-day is always going to be scrolling at the bottom of your screen whether you're in pennsylvania, new jersey, or delaware. you will always have that seven-day forecast right with you can see it. right now though we're looking at center city. not too much happening. we do have light rain around. here's a look at the radar currently. now, it's mostly on the eastern coast of the united states where we're seeing all of the nasty weather. but it's also pretty unorganized. so we don't have any organized thunderstorms rolling through right now. but we do have some light rain. one area that we are paying attention to as we go through the overnight hours tonight is really this heavier area. it's just off to our west. just to the north and west of
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the lehigh valley. this has heavier shower activity in it. as we go through the overnight hours expect more showers to roll through. some will be lingering as we go into tomorrow morning. a live look right now just some very light rain across new jersey and delaware. the overall motion is very skalterred but it's moving mainly from west to east. so again, we'll see it linger through the morning hours tomorrow and some of you will possibly see it into the afternoon. but that's mostly new jersey and delaware. so take a look what future weather does. as we go through the next couple of hours we will still keep the rain around. if you are still going to be out tonight or early tomorrow morning, if you're waking up and walking out, we're still going to be seeing this wet pattern in place. 7:30 tomorrow morning. cloudy, possibly some light showers even north and west of philadelphia. that will be lingering in new jersey and delaware, even by 10:00 a.m. not everyone at 10:00 a.m. will see the rain. i think north and west of philadelphia well see more clearing. saturday afternoon. more clearing through the poconos into philadelphia.
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but then look at the shore and parts of delaware. we could still be seeing rain lingering, not until later in the day saturday and saturday night does the shore finally start to clear out. for tomorrow though, the forecast with your neighborhoods starting with the lehigh valley, redding high, 67 degrees. mid 60s, bethlehem. 66 in easton. closer to philadelphia as we get into the pennsylvania suburbs newtown, west chester could see light rain. upper 60s. philadelphia area and the neighborhoods like mount airy could see early la rain lingeri. low 70s. new jersey, better chance for rain tomorrow. temperatures in south jersey like trenton, glassboro, low 70s. also along the shore, early morning rain could last into the afternoon. atlantic city, 62 degrees. tomorrow, avalon coming in around 68 degrees. for delaware upper 60s to 70 degrees. rain around as we go through the afternoon as well. going into the weekend it's really just saturday we're going to see the lingering rain.
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look at your sunday, nice and sunny. temperatures right around 70 for most of the area. stay tuned, sports is next with a reaction to the big flyers win tonight.
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across pennsylvania, he's praised as a progressive champion with a record of reform. josh shapiro the democrats most compelling candidate for attorney general. he'll protect seniors from scams
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and stand up to polluting frackers. he's backed by law enforcement, supported by planned parenthood and he's endorsed by president obama - who says shapiro "represents the next generation of progressive leadership". democrat josh shapiro an attorney general...for us fodeveloping drugs to fight deadly diseases. as a scientist, i know there's more that washington can do to help families. i'm running for congress to protect planned parenthood funding
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so more women get cancer screenings and treatment... to pass a ban on fracking in the delaware river basin to preserve our clean water, and to always protect medicare and social security. i'm shaughnessy naughton and i approve this message. i'm john clark from comcast sportsnet. capitals have now lost nine of their last ten games in the playoffs when they can close out a series, it has to be in their minds now, especially alex ovechkin. capitals have not been happy with braid den so braid den let's them have a fight. t.j., step right up. what a way to start the game.
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the flier could not convert three power plays. second period, they get a lucky bounce right here. the puck goes off a can't tals player's skate. ryan white gets the credit. see the flyers getting the lucky bounces in this game. mike yes, ma'am neuvirth saves them all. it's the fewers by a winning team in the playoffs in 18 years. they were outshot by 33. and they get an empty netter to end it. amazing flyers shut out the caps 2-0 forcing game six. here is john bor rack in washington. >> across the nation they were celebrating earth day. it's only fitting because philadelphia had the best goalie on the planet on this night as michael neuvirth turned in 44 save gem forcing a game six sunday. >> i like to face a lot of shots. you know, keep me in a game.
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and you know, i enjoy it. guys did really good job in front of me. i was seeing the puck well. >> we did the best we could in front of him trying to -- the high quality chances. and i mean, they were shooting pucks from everywhere. pretty impressive. >> we're used to that from him p a couple of games this year, such a comparative force. competes like that in practice. we're not surprised. >> caps defenseman carl said this is the best performance of michael neuvirth. from the verizon center here in washington, d.c., john boruk, comcast sportsnet. >> see you sunday. game six here on nbc10 at noon on sunday. for the first time in phyllis history batting the pitcher eighth and the opponent the brewers do as well. the guy batting third dominated. two home runs in this game. two-run shot right here. then he had a solo shot. how about that? phillies win 5-2 and aaron nola
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gets his first win of the season. buffalo bill t.j. graham and the eagles are going to have to face one of the best cornerbacks in the nfl, twice a year now. josh norman, five-year deal for $75 million. and what a match-up every year baines beckham jr. twice a year. i'm john clark. we're right back.
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across pennsylvania, he's praised as a progressive champion with a record of reform. josh shapiro
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the democrats most compelling candidate for attorney general. he'll protect seniors from scams and stand up to polluting frackers. he's backed by law enforcement, supported by planned parenthood and he's endorsed by president obama - who says shapiro "represents the next generation of progressive leadership". democrat josh shapiro an attorney general...for us eagles new head coach doug peterson is helping to fight blood cancer. at the spring mill fire company. players like baren and former eagle brian westbrook. they were on hand to raise money for leukemia and the lymphoma socie society. the world's largest voluntary health agency. now to the all important weekend forecast that rests on sheena's shoulders. you're saying rain. >> some areas will see rain.
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not everybody which makes this neighborhood forecast great. >> good. >> if you are in pennsylvania suburbs you have a very low chance of rain tomorrow clearing through the day. new jersey, delaware, sunday looks fantastic. >> i'm keith jones. have a great night. most new wealth flows it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. to the top 1%. it's a system held in place by corrupt politics where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is powered by millions of small contributions. people like you
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china. india. some of the world's worst polluters. as secretary of state, hillary clinton forced them to the table... making real change by laying the groundwork for the historic global agreement to combat climate change. as president, hillary will invest in clean energy jobs. on fracking, she'll protect families' health and safety and stand with communities that want to ban fracking, and their right to say "no." because our future depends on getting this right. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message.
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