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stumping grounds. our area takes center stage as the presidential candidates set their sights on tuesday's primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. a live report on the weekend campaign blitz is straight ahead. prince's death mystery. the autopsy is now complete. coming up, the new clues that may help authorities determine how he died. the capitals frustrated because they didn't want anything to do with game six in philadelphia on sunday. but they've got it. >> yep! tough luck. staying alive! the flyers fend off the caps and force a game six. we'll break down the matchup and the gem between the pipes. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." thanks for being with us. i am rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this saturday. yeah. looking gloomy behind me. we have rain moving through the area right now. we'll be wet this morning, but eventually it will clear out. here is a live look over center city. meteorologist karen thomas is tracking the conditions where you live with our new
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neighborhood weather. karen. >> absolutely. it's a great morning to be able to track these showers because they are scattered in nature, rosemary. good morning, everyone. as we go ahead and look at radar, we can see just where the rain is falling. if you haven't stepped outside this morning, maybe you want to take it easy and keep watching nbc10. we'll let you know what's going on. to the west harrisburg through north of allentown there is still more rain with this system. it's moving west to east. so right now, mainly most areas here, mainly in south jersey and parts of philadelphia as well as mostly delaware dry right now. we do have more shower activity coming through. so scattered shower activity will continue through the morning hours. you can see it's quite a large system. we do have heavier pockets of rain just pushing into northeastern maryland. so that will continue to move through our area as we move through the morning hours. wind speed is not doing too badly out of the
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south-southwest. the winds are expected to increase as the cold front makes its way through and off the coast. we do anticipate the winds to kick up later on this afternoon. we could have sustained winds of about 20 miles per hours later today. here is our time line taking us all the way through. philadelphia not looking too bad. it's sort of a half day, half wet, half dry sort of day. up to 70 degrees by 5:00 with peeks of sunshine. clouds will be around, but not doing too badly. in the burbs, showers to start but clearing. look at that. clouds clear out of here by 5:00. we're looking for a high temperature of 67 degrees. up in the mountains, lehigh valley, a showery morning here. you see 64 by 1:00 and then all sunshine, 65 degrees by later on. we do get the clearing up there in the lehigh valley. as far as delaware, again, the shower activity but then warming up with clouds and sun,
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68 degrees by 5:00. south jersey really all clouds. and the shower activity will stay and we're looking for a high temperature there, 70. a little cooler here at the jersey shore. and as we get closer to the shoreline, only 63 degrees there for a high temperature. thanks for that, karen. new from overnight one person is in the hospital following a crash on the schuylkill expressway. this is video from one of our traffic cameras taken right around 3:30 this morning. i was heading in at this hour and got stuck in it myself. two cars collided on the westbound side between the girard avenue and montgomery drive areas. two cars burst into flames. a person was found in the eastbound lanes. it's unclear if that was the person taken to the hospital. also new from overnight a man under arrest after police caught him slashing tires in south philadelphia. ten or more cars were damaged by the tire slasher.
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it happened at 17th and christian streets just before 2:00 this morning. investigators tell us they did recover a knife at the scene. now to our decision 2016 coverage. we are just three days from the pennsylvania and delaware primaries. that means a weekend of campaigning in our area for the presidential candidates. nbc10's monique braxton is live in the digital operations center with more on what they're going to be up to. going to be busy, monique. >> we're seeing more and more commercials this morning also. vermont senator bernie sanders is forging ahead, making an appearance in the first state today. he'll be appearing in delaware at about 4:00 this afternoon for a rally. now, the free public event will be at the chase center an riverfront in wilmington. doors open at 1:00. hillary clinton visits wilmington on monday. her event starts at 11:15 in the morning and is also open to the
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public. later this morning in philadelphia, sanders' supporters will rally outside city hall. they're holding a march to build local support ahead of tuesday's primary in pennsylvania. after the march supporters will fan out across the city to knock on doors encouraging people to vote for sanders. volunteers will also be getting out the vote for republican candidate john kasich. a rally is planned for this morning at kasich headquarters on paoli pike in chester county. kasich is far behind in the delegate count but promises he is staying in the race. the delaware and pennsylvania primaries are just three days away. voters in both states head to the polls tuesday the 26th. new jersey voters get their say on june 7th. we're going to keep you posted on all of the candidates' appearances right here. so stick with nbc10. live in the digital operations center, monique braxton, nbc10
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news. >> thanks for that. philadelphia is getting $43 million in federal grant money as the city prepares to host the democratic national convention this summer. thousands of people, tens of thousands of people, will travel to philadelphia for the dnc. the high-profile event will require a level of security that hasn't been seen in the city since pope francis visited last september. the $43 million will help to fund all kinds of security measures from a secure bus system for delegates and dignitaries to overtime hours for police, firefighters and paramedics. we spoke to one security expert via skype about what this all means. >> you would probably look at an estimate of $80 million or $120 million, for example, if a dirty bomb went off. so i think this is money well spent. >> some of the money will also provide long-term equipment for use by local law enforcement. for a complete breakdown of the list go to nbc10.com or click on
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the nbc10 app. the democratic national convention happens july 25th through july 28th. count on nbc10 as your place to watch it all. it may take days, even weeks, to learn what caused the death of prince, but we do have some more details about the investigation. authorities say there were no obvious signs of foul play, and they do not suspect suicide. prince was last seen on wednesday night. staff members at his estate in minnesota found the 57-year-old unresponsive in an elevator on thursday morning. an autopsy was done yesterday but the results, as i said, have not been released. it could take a few weeks. musician and close friend sheila e. remembered prince as a driven and generous man. >> he gave his all in everything he did. and the way that he gave his all in writing songs and performing, the fans meant everything to him.
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>> funeral plans, by the way, for prince have not yet been finalized. ♪ ♪ >> if you would like to pay tribute to prince, you can watch the classic film "purple rain" this weekend. amc theaters will play the movie from today through thursday. in our area catch it at the theaters in cherry hill, hamilton and misamonee. the quest for the cup! the flyers are bringing the quest for the stanley cup back to philadelphia. the team won game five against the capitals last night, pushing the series to game six. big night for goalie mike the neuvirth. he had a career high 44 saves. the flyers had only 11 shots in the game, fewest by a winning team in the playoffs in 18 years but they did it. they shut out the caps 2-0. now the team looks forward to being on their home ice
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tomorrow. we'll have more on the flyers' win coming up in our next half hour. plus, we've got the next game here on nbc10. join us for a live flyered up pregame show at 11:30 tomorrow morning. game six starts at noon. next, a family targeted. eight relatives found dead in execution style murders in ohio. now police are looking for the killer or killers. for this to happen is just heartbreaking. >> a delaware school is in mourning after a student died following a campus fight. we'll explain where the investigation stands as the teen's family searches for answers.
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why? because fracking pumps dangerous cancer-causing chemicals into the ground and threatens our drinking water. bernie -- he can't be bought by them because he's funded by you. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. now your nbc10 first alert weather. >> good saturday morning.
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i am meteorologist karen thomas. looking at your neighborhood forecast. temperatures on the mild side. if you're just waking up, sun officially up at 6:11. the temperature readings mainly in the lower 60s just about everywhere. our cameras are just picking up the sunrise. look at the wild cloud formation up here in the lehigh valley. mostly cloudy skies with a peek of sunshine in the pennsylvania burbs right now. scattered shower activity continues, and that will continue through the morning hours. it is not until later today temperatures will be bumping and we do expect to see a little bit of clearing anyway, especially up in the lehigh valley and the pennsylvania suburbs. 70 for a high temperature projected in philadelphia. and 69 in south jersey. 67 in lehigh. could get up to 71 degrees in delaware later today. we need the shower activity to get out of here. it's moving very quickly, but it is scattered for sure.
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you see some heavier rain poised to move in from the west just pushing out of harrisburg, closing in on philadelphia. so if you are dry right now, say you're interior south jersey, washington township and parts of glassboro and areas like that, well, then you may not be getting any rain right now. however, scattered shower activity expected moving through our saturday morning. we can see on the wider vision here that we have more showers to wrap in and fill through. quick-moving for sure. we're not looking for a complete washout today. but the scattered popup showers will stay with us. current wind speeds not too badly out of the south-southwest. 7 miles per hours in wilmington and 6 miles per hours in philadelphia. we anticipate the winds to pick up as the system clears through the area. wind speeds could get up to about 20 miles per hours later today. this morning philadelphia police are looking for a sexual predator who went after a
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today a group devoted to peace will hold a street meeting in front of a school for this teenager was killed this week. the peacekeepers gather in front of howard high school at 11 this
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morning. they gathered last night to plead for justice. b before the teen tied she was involved in a fight in the girls' bathroom thursday morning. >> for this to happen is heartbreaker because she never looked for trouble in any way. she always would make sure everybody was okay, make sure everybody got along. >> prosecutors have confirmed they are interviewing people and looking at social media communication, but they will not announce any charges until their investigation is complete. this morning philadelphia police looking for the man who was pepper sprayed by a teenager as he tried to sexually assault her. you key the suspect caught on surveillance video in south philly. the 19-year-old victim's hand is on his throat. she fought back. she told police early wednesday morning that the man tackled her on wharton street and pulled her dress down. she pepper sprayed him and hit
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him in the throat before he ran away. ashley forte who lives nearby heard the woman screaming and called 911. >> we heard it start. it went away for a little bit and then it got really close. these intruders have to be taken down. it's great that it's a woman and she actually saves herself what could have potentially been very bad for her and her family. >> the victim suffered minor injuries during the scuffle but is expected to be okay. people living in an ohio community are on edge this morning after the murders of eight members of the same family, and the killer or killers are still on the loose. police say the victims were targeted. they were shot execution style at four different homes within a 30-mile radius in pike county, ohio. three children were spared. >> this is just heartbreaking. the one -- the one mom apparently was killed in her bed with the 4-day-old right there.
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>> authorities say preliminary information suggests that none of the dead committed suicide. that's led police to warn residents that a killer could be on the loose. investigators have met with relatives of the family members to also warn them to be extra careful until they make some arrests. climbers are returning to everest by the hundreds this year after two recent disasters. it was just about a year ago that an earthquake brought tons of snow, ice and earth crashing down on the mountain. 18 hikers were killed, and the base camp left in ruins. the year before that 16 guides died in an ice avalanche. some worried that climbers would not return, but base camp is once again a village of tents and huts. the government has ordered officials to be stationed at the base camp and a fund has been created for families of guides who died in the disasters. now your nbc10 first alert
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weather. >> good saturday morning. we want to go ahead and look at your neighborhood forecast right now. temperatures on the mild side. i will say downright warm. 62 in philadelphia. 61 in south jersey. 62 at the jersey shore. out here in the pennsylvania suburbs. 60 in avondale. you can see specifically -- maybe you live out this way and you're seeing temperatures a little cooler the further north and west we go. so let's see. west colin township not even 60. unionville 58. definitely cooler to the west in the western suburbs. it's 59 in malvern. about everywhere else seeing 60s or low 60s right now. which is above really where we should be this time of year. but we're -- some areas here just caught in the warm sector of this storm, the system moving through. scattered showers. that's our weather story as this cold front continues to move west to east.
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hang on to the umbrellas if you're heading out early this morning. it's a quick-moving system but it is large in scale, and it will continue to sort of funnel in some scattered shower activity. right now we are not seeing much in the way of rain. in south jersey and parts of delaware. but we have heavier rain out to the west of philadelphia. we do anticipate sort of popup scattered shower activity to move through the area as we push through our saturday. future cast. we'll put it into motion. by 9:30 we see the area of rain that i showed you getting closer to philadelphia. meanwhile, areas in south jersey will stay dry until that system sort of fills in. and it will, according to this model. at 12:00 noon, lunchtime. more heavier rain moving through just east of philadelphia. parts of ocean county, parts of atlantic county, camden and gloucester county getting rain with this model.
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cape may and atlantic county some heavier shower activity before it moves out very quickly towards the end of the day and evening hours. everybody should be drying out by later on tonight. 9:00, just a few blips here on the radar left behind. but we are asking you to just have the umbrellas handy. depending where you are this morning, you could see a popup shower. 70 degrees the high temperature for today. tomorrow nothing but sun in philadelphia. we'll dry out. our temperatures soars to 80 degrees for our monday. we'll take you three days out to show you. in the suburbs today, drying out later on. 67 degrees for a high temperature. sunny and dry tomorrow, 68. 78 by monday. up in the lehigh valley more of the same. a little cooler with temperatures hanging in the mid 60s. come monday, 77 degrees there with some sunshine.
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coming up next, the sounds of summer. we'll explain how we are bringing the wawa welcome america festival to you this year. the world a president has to grapple with.
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. one of the biggest events in philadelphia will be seen right here on nbc10. we're the new home of the wawa welcome america festival. what does that mean for you? it means you can watch the concert and fireworks live here on nbc10 and on telemundo 62 and on your iphone, ipad or any device you may have. you may not realize it but the wawa welcome america festival lasts eight days. we'll be there for all of it from the parade to the other events that come through many of philadelphia's neighborhoods. here is a live look at the ben franklin parkway. we know it will be packed for the concert on the 4th. celebrate at america's biggest birthday party. the wawa welcome america festival is happening right here on its new home nbc10 and telemundo 62. everything we broadcast live on tv will be available to you in the palm of your hand. if you are traveling for the fourth of july weekend, you still want to catch the
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fireworks or a glimpse of the concerts, we have got you covered with the app and on our website, nbc10.com. 6:27 on this saturday. voters in our area will soon head to the polls for the primaries. this as the candidates are getting in a final weekend of campaigning. nbc10's monique braxton has been following it all for us. monique. too many politicians are controlled by special interests lobbyists. that will change quickly. we'll cut taxes for the middle class, negotiate new trade deals. bring back jobs, save social security without cuts, end illegal immigration. build a wall, strengthen our military, knock out isis and take care of our great veterans. we are going to make america great again.
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fighting chance! the flyers force a game six and bring the playoff series with the caps back to philadelphia. we'll show you how they did it coming up in sports. the presidential candidates are hitting the campaign trail in our area today. it's all part of a final weekend of stumping. ahead of the primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. oh, have you looked out your window already? we're off to a wet start for our
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weekend. give it just a little bit of time. we'll tell you when it's expected to dry out where you live. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 on this saturday. first alert meteorologist karen thomas is tracking those muggy, gloomy, wet conditions outside. she has our new neighborhood weather. karen, though, this is going to clear up eventually. >> yeah. we actually get a half and half out of this day, rosemary. not looking too bad, though we have scattered showers in and around the area. looking at citizens bank park. we have cloudy skies but no rain falling right here right now. we are anticipating more scattered showers in our forecast as we move on through our saturday morning. right now, 62 in philadelphia. 64 at 8:00 a.m. with the scattered showers. and at 11:00, temperatures on the mild side at 66 degrees. we're still looking for some scattered showers at 11:00 a.m. it will be in the afternoon in philadelphia that we expect the rain to move on out of here. very scattered for sure in the
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way of where the rain is falling right now. pretty much we are dry in interior south jersey as well as philadelphia dry right now. wilmington and south, in delaware looking dry right now. we do have a lot more rain here to the west. you can see the big area of precipitation stretching just south of scranton into northeastern maryland. that piece of the system will be moving through the area still this morning. if you are heading out early this morning, you may want to take the umbrellas with you just so you have that handy. take the system all the way out. this is really the back edge of the system. so once this little area gets through this morning, then we are looking for clearing later on today. so i'll be back with a look at your 7-day forecast and what we can expect for the second half of our weekend in just a bit. >> thanks, karen. see you shortly. new from overnight a man is under arrest after police caught him slashing tires in south philadelphia. ten or more cars were damaged by
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the tire slasher. this all happened at 17th and christian streets just before 2:00 this morning. as you just saw in the video, police recovered a knife at the scene. a crash on the schuylkill expressway sent one person to the hospital overnight. this is video from one of our traffic cameras taken around 3:30 this morning. caused quite a backup. here is what happened. two cars collided in the westbound lanes between the girard avenue and montgomery drive exits. one car burst into flames. we're working to find out the condition of the person who was injured. decision 2016 has the presidential candidates on a campaign blitz in pennsylvania and delaware ahead of tuesday's primaries. nbc10's monique braxton is live in the digital operations center to tell us more on where the candidates will be today. monique, fill us in. >> just a few moments ago we heard that president clinton is appearing in two places in our area and we're working to
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confirm that. i didn't hear you talking to me. i apologize for that. here is what we can confirm. bernie sanders will be in wilmington today. hillary clinton is set to be there on monday. donald trump will be in connecticut today, and ted cruz is campaigning out in pittsburgh today. cruz was in scranton yesterday making his way across pennsylvania in hopes of adding to his delegate total. voters in five critical states go to the polls on tuesday. yesterday cruz met with supporters at the hamilton family restaurant in allentown. he once again noted pennsylvania is a key battle ground state in the race. >> 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 to win pennsylvania and beat hillary clinton and that's one of the reasons so many republicans are uniting behind this campaign. >> yesterday donald trump visited kent county, delaware. the republican frontrunner
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rallied supporters at the state fairgrounds in harrington. he talked about bringing jobs back to the united states, lowering taxes, and taking on hillary clinton. trump will be back in our area for a rally monday out at west chester university. both democratic candidates made stops in pennsylvania yesterday. hillary clinton made a campaign stop at a high school in scranton while senator bernie sanders visited millersville university. both talked about the need to make education more 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. >> we're going to keep you
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posted on where the candidates will be appearing as we count down to tuesday's primary. live for now in the digital operations center, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks, monique. appreciate it. this morning a toddler is in the hospital after a hit-and-run in south philadelphia. skyforce 10 was over the crash location on rittner street last night. here is what we know. police tell us the 20-month-old boy darted in front of a green work van. the driver left the scene. the toddler is now in stable condition at the hospital. a little bit later on today family and friends say a final farewell to a marine from malvern killed in a helicopter crash off hawaii this year. a funeral mass will be held for brian kennedy at st. patrick's church in malvern. kennedy will be laid to rest with full military honors in calvary cemetery. the military is still investigating the helicopter
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crash that killed a total of 12 marines during a night training mission. coming up next, the flyers still have some fight left. we'll show you how they forced a game six in their playoff series with the capitals. plus, let's call it a little spring cleaning on the river. we'll show you how volunteers in our area are helping to keep drinking water safe for hundreds of thousands of people. the world a president has to grapple with.
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bottom of the screen. not just in philadelphia. in the burbs and delaware and south jersey. 62 degrees in philadelphia. 60 in the burbs with a peek of sun. raindrops on the cameras here in south jersey. we do have some scattered shower activity there. lehigh valley, plenty of cloud cover at 62 and delaware right now. we're looking at the ballpark. not bad there with plenty of cloud cover but mild conditions at 62 degrees. so what we can expect today, well, we have sort of a half and a half. we've got a soggy morning, but then we should be drying out later on today. we're looking for a high temperature of about 70 degrees in philadelphia. but again, those scattered showers are likely this morning before the system gets out of here. but high temperatures, 67 out in the burbs. 69 down in south jersey. which is kind of interesting. we like to see it a little cooler usually. 69, not doing too badly.
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cool spot will be le high valle. 71 the high temperature in delaware. radar right now is showing us just where the rain is. we can see dry spots in trenton, philadelphia, wilmington, atlantic city, cape may. really not getting any rain right now. however, to the west we do have plenty of moisture as the system continues to move west to east. so we'll be watching the system come right through over the next couple of hours. so if you do have an event or an activity outdoors this morning, you want to take along the umbrella, or maybe just wait it out. it is a quick-moving system. but of course, as we see the movement of the system, we can anticipate that the jersey shore and southern delaware will be the last areas to see the scattered showers later today. so all in all we're not looking for a washout. sunshine later on. a viral video that hit the internet three months ago is still causing problems for a doctor who was caught on tape
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screaming at and hitting an uber driver. [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> we'll explain how this uber spat put a wrinkle in the young doctor's career. a coast guard rescue at the jersey shore caught on camera. we'll tell you how the swiituatn played out. narrator: listen to president obama endorse katie mcginty for senate. obama vo: katie will stand up to special interests to protect your right to health care, social security and equal pay for women. as the 9th of 10 kids and the mother of 3 daughters, katie is fighting to ensure every family has a fair shot at getting ahead. katie from debate: "i'm a champion, i'm a fighter and i'll have the back of hard working families in this country." narrator: endorsed by president obama and vice president biden,
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6:43 right now on this saturday. here is a check of the stories making headlines today. the investigation into prince's death continues. officials have completed an autopsy. they did that yesterday. they've returned his body to his family. according to the authorities, there were no obvious signs of
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trauma and they do not believe that he committed suicide. however, we still need some more answers. investigators are now waiting for toxicology test results. that could take weeks. today presidential hopefuls are getting in a final weekend of campaigning in our area. that comes ahead of tuesday's primaries. bernie sanders and hillary clinton will be in delaware today. john kasich visits philadelphia. voters head to the polls in p.a. and delaware on tuesday. flyers, staying alive in the stanley cup playoffs. last night they beat the washington capitals 2-0 to force a game six and to bring the series back to philly. next game tomorrow at noon at the wells fargo center. watch it right here on nbc10. full highlights from last night's win coming up in moments in sports. [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> hmm. we have new information this
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morning in this attack on an uber driver by a miami doctor. she has now been fired by the hospital where she worked. the video posted on youtube shows the doctor screaming profanities at the uber driver, hitting him in the face and demanding a ride. the doctor has apologized since the video surfaced. two elderly boaters are recovering today after being rescued by the coast guard when their boat got stuck in the mud at the jersey shore. a crew from the atlantic city air station ended up hoisting the men to safety after their boat ran aground in the maurice river. they were first spotted thursday afternoon but they wanted to wait for a high tide to refloat their boat. that didn't work and rescuers in boats weren't able to reach them so a helicopter swooped in to pull them to safety. they're doing okay. all right. we'll go ahead and check your neighborhood forecast right now. temperatures are on the mild
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side. part of our weather story, of course, the scattered shower activity but also the mild temperatures. if you go to the bottom of your screen there, you see your 7-day forecast. as we move through the area, though, temperatures mainly in the low 60s. we'll close in on delaware and see what neighbors are doing there in terms of temperatures. talliville at 61. 63 right now in wilmington. reedy point 62. odessa, 62. we'll head further south and we can see temperatures really not changing much. even as we get closer to row hoeb ott. in the 60. areas are dry. but scattered showers moving through the area. have the umbrellas handy if you head out. radar showing us just where the rain is right now. delaware mainly dry. south jersey mainly dry. there is a large area of precip right here to the west. it is poised to move west to east. as we move on through our saturday morning we can expect to see these sort of popup,
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light-variety scattered shower activity as this piece of the system sort of fills in and moves off the coast. that's going to take a little while. so that's why i keep saying our saturday is sort of like the story of half and hofalf. scattered showers this morning, but we're looking for some clearing later on. we'll put it into motion and show you future cast at 9:30. we start to see the infiltration from the west of the scattered showers here. you see trenton and even philadelphia, wilmington, darker green indicating heavier scattered showers moving through. that starts to make a push mid-morning. by noontime, 12:30 according to this model that we get the heavier rain coming through. look down here in cape may. could be rumbles of thunder with those areas of orange and yellow. it's a quick-moving system, so we are not anticipating any major flood problems.
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it will be moving through midday. meanwhile, back here in the lehigh valley in the western suburbs, we'll be drying out. we see that the coastline will be the last to get the lingering showers. as future cast shows us some residual popups left behind later tonight. everybody else has already dried out. so it's a half-half kind of day for sure. we're looking for a high temperature today of 70 degrees. we'll take you to tomorrow. look at that. bright sunshine for philadelphia. high 70. and come monday, boy, temperatures take a ride upwards to close to 80 in the suburbs by monday. tomorrow, again, another nice, dry day with temperatures in the upper 60s but soaring to 78. and then here we see in the lehigh valley today, 65, a little cooler. once the scattered shower activity gets out of here most of the day will be sun and clouds up in the lehigh valley. tomorrow nothing but sun. look at monday. close to 80 degrees.
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enjoy! >> thanks for that! 6:48 right now on this saturday, a few minutes before the start of the "today" show at 7:00. we check in with chanel jones and graying melvin. >> coming up on "today," live from minnesota as new video emerges of prince's last concert. this morning the latest on the investigation into his death and we'll talk about a forensic pathologist about what might have killed him. housing market and the stock market at a record high. questions about whether now is the time to invest, list your home or even refinance. we'll break down money matters for you. cue the -- aw. prince george with his adorable robe and pajamas. the photos you won't want to miss. 400 years after his death celebrating shakes pipeare with another anchor challenge. shakespeare quote or taylor
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swift telyric. all that and more. you might be surprised how difficult it is to tell the difference between the two. >> i can imagine. we'll definitely be watching. thanks, guys. see you at 7:00. the flyers force a game six. now the capitals have 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. ghosts of playoff past haunting them. how about a performance last night for the ages from goalie michal neuvirth in game five. capitals have not been happy with brayden schenn. braden lets them have a fight. tj oshie, step right up. the flyers could not convert on three power plays in the first period. second period they get a lucky bounce. the puck goes off of a capital player's skate. ryan white gets the credit. one more look. flyers getting the bounces now.
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1-0. michal neuvirth faces 44 shots, saves them all. the flyers only had 11 shots in the game. that is the fewest in any flyer game in their history. fewest by a winning team in the playoffs in 18 years. they were outshot by 33, and they win. they get an empty-netter to seal it. 2-0 shutout over the caps. flyers force a game six, showing a lot of heart. here is john boruk 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 michal neuvirth turned in a spectacular 44-save gem, forcing a game six sunday at the wells fargo center. >> i like to face a lot of shots, you know. it keep me in the game. and 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 eliminate the high quality
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chances. i mean, they were shooting pucks from everywhere. it was pretty impressive. >> he has a couple games this year when he has stood on his head. he is such a competitor. we're not surprised. >> caps' defenseman karl alzner said this is by far the best performance he has ever seen from michal neuvirth and that goes back to his days as a capitals goaltender. from the verizon center here in washington, d.c., john boruk, comcast sportsnet. >> we'll see you tomorrow, john. game six here on nbc10 tomorrow at noon. cannot wait. for the first time in phillies history batting the pitcher eighth and their oen opponent does the same thing. the guy batting third, michael franco two-run shot gives the phillies a 4-1 lead in milwaukee. to the seventh. solo shot. franco, two homers. aaron nola gets his first win of the season and phillies beat the
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brewers 5-2. eagles sign a receiver for depth. former buffalo bill tj graham. the birds have to face one of the best cornerbacks in the nfl twice a year. red skins signed josh norman to a five-year deal worth $75 million. flyers pregame show 11:30 tomorrow morning live from the wells fargo center, and the puck drops shortly after noon here on nbc10. i am john clark. enjoy your weekend.
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today volunteers will be cleaning up the brandywine river. not the nicest day to do it but that's all right. it's the 20th annual river cleanup event. more than half a million people in pennsylvania and delaware rely on the brandywine for their drinking water. that's why this event is so important. since this all began more than 30 tons of trashes has been cleared from the river's banks. today in philly runners and walkers raise money to flight blood cancer. the eighth annual miles for myeloma 5 k. my colleague matt delucia will be emcreing the event. the comcast building in center
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city is the new location of a new event called the big climb philly. some 1500 people will test themselves by climbing almost 1100 steps to the top of the y skyscraper. karen a little bit under the weather but you would do that, right? >> i don't know if i could get all those steps. you see that one woman? she was taking it slowly. that's probably good advice. not every day you hit how many stories? >> 43, i believe. >> 43 stairs. oh, my gosh. floors. i can't even emanuelen. >> we're looking at the next five days. we just deal with the clouds and scattered showers today. boy, high pressure moving in. we will see peeks of sun in most areas later on but then all sun tomorrow. >> look being forward to it. we'll see you back here in 25 minutes for a local update. have a good one.
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. good morning. serious in life and in death a. day after his autopsy, authorities remain tight lipped this morning about what killed prince. >> there were no obvious signs of trauma on the body at tall. >> rumors swirling of a possible drug problem as eerie new video emerges of his final concert. the singer saying he was sorry for a previous health scare. tributes still pouring in from across the country and around the world. we are live outside paisley park. massive man hunt. authorities searching for the shooter or shooters in ohio who gunned down eight members of the same family in the same home, all of them

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