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jackpot for you, $429.6 million. >> this morning, someone in our area is waking up a whole lot richer and they may not even realize theirer ball dreams have come true. the winning ticket was sold in new jersey. the details are coming up. thousands of people are running, walking, and cheering on their frevendz and family this morning for the komen philadelphia race for the cure. a live report on this mother's day tradition is straight ahead. good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 9:00 on this sunday. happy mother's day. let's get to our neighborhood forecast first from meteorologist karen thomas.
a little cloudy and gray right now. we're hoping for some blue skies later on. >> and it is looking like we'll get the clearing skies sooner than later, rosemary. so happy mother's day to everyone and hang on. we are going to have a mother's day forecast that i think everybody pretty much will be happy w we have gray skies easterly this morning. we do have some rain showers moving through. we're looking for clearing as we move on through our mother's day sunday. 56 right now in philadelphia. we're watching the temperatures bump up across the board. especially as we got the peek of sunshine. we have cloud cover in new jersey. but we are looking for plenty of sunshine there right now. we have bikers on the boardwalk down at the jersey shore. we have some sunshine there as well. warming up nice to 61 degrees right now. delaware, sun, clouds, 60 degrees and cloud there also. radar showing us that the cold front that we've been following all morning for you, did bring isolated rain and light shower activity is moving very quickly off to the new jersey coast.
and we are drying out just beautifully. we still have some cloud cover around in the viewing area. the skies are clearing. that will be the trend for us as' wf monday our afternoon hours. i'll be back with how long we can expect the sun to hang around and our seven and ten day in just a bit. >> if you have not done it yet, it is time to chekt powerball tickets. the only winning ticket was sold in mercer county. somebody in our area is more than $429 million richer. here are the winning numbers -- >> even if you didn't win it big, you may have won a smaerl prize. still worth checking.
the new jersey lottery director expects the winner will take their time coming forward allowing time to talk to professionals about handling half a billion dollar prize. good advice. everybody that played had high hopes of matching all six numbers correctly. feel the powerball fever in this sunoco. players we talked to had generous plans for all those millions. take a listen. >> i don't know. i don't know. i'm going to take a trip. take all my friends and give to charity. >> try to make other people's lives happier and get out of here and help other people. build a hospital in jamaica. >> nice thought. >> the $429.6 million jackpot, by the way, is the seventh large nest powerball history. >> happening right now, there is a sea of pink in philadelphia. thousands of people are running and walking in the race for the cure. nbc ten's monique braxton is at the philadelphia museum of art
where the race took off a little ee earlier this morning. >> all morning long, we have been inspired by family and friends who have come out to support survivors as well as those still battling cancer. let me show what you is going on over my shoulder right now. everywhere you look, a sea of pink. this a rain or shine event. despite the down pour, the enthusiasm of these participants brought the return of sunshine. all over here and up the steps of the art museum you see pink in alls. this is the 26th year for the race. we have video of other races we collected in the past couple years. and we recently met one woman who brought dozens from her church. she told us, they shut down services at st. paul chapel baptist church in south philadelphia for this magnificent woman for just a few hours. she told us she isn't fighting breast cancer, but the disease
attacked her body. >> they changed my medicine so i'm staurting all over again. >> but you had enough to come out here again. >> i'm going to stay strong. i have to keep moving and keep moving. i know one day there will be a cure forrer. >> and we're all believing in prayer with her as well. this group of folks is the second wave of people that are participating in the race for the cure. once they get down around the bend, they're being separated from walkers versus runners. at the rate we're going, folks are going to be out here all day long raising money, hoping for a cure.
>> thank you, monique. >> police are investigating a double shooting in wilmington. someone shot a man and woman just before midnight. medics took the victims to the hospital and we learned not too long ago that man is in critical but stable condition. the woman is in stable condition. >> police are investigating a possible homicide. a woman was found dead inside a vacancy home just before 2. 306789 yesterday afternoon. police found out about the body after they stopped a person on the street that person gave them the tip to check out the home. police say it appears the victim suffered head trauma. a little later ton day, pro marijuana activists will rally in center city, philadelphia. that rally will begin at 3:30 this afternoon with a march from 8th and mark street to city hall. participants plan to celebrate pennsylvania's recent legalization of medical
marijuana. they'll also renew the call for laws mitting recreational use of the drug. the dplon straightors were out last night. hundreds of people protested a plan to expand the fossil fuel trade in philadelphia. the demonstrators rallied outside the physical energy solutions refinery. they're against the refinery's plan to become a hub for trading crude oil. protesters claim the proposal could increase pollution or lead to environmental disaster. >> terror fears force a flight from philly tow delayed. at the center of the scare, an economic professor from penn. we'll explain it all coming up.
good sunday morning. happy mother's day to all the moms out there f you're looking out your window and still seeing gray skies, be patient. all our moms are very patient swrech. we have sunshine coming where you are. that large area of, you may have gotten a light sprinkle and tight pattern this morning. scattered showers moving through or you may have had downpours where you live. but that system has pushed very quickly off the coast. and we can say good-bye to the rain for now for the most part. just here clipping the jersey shore, ocean count, parts of ocean county. maybe a spritz or two. but we say good-bye to that system. we are expecting the clearing to happen west to east. high pressure builds in. that's really great news. we're rooking for an improvement in our forecast. the central part of the state reporting blue skies and plenty of sunshine. so that's why i say we have to
hang on until that system gets out of here. really nothing behind it swrechlt a low pressure developing. rain over the great lakes. but for us over the next 24 to 48, well, the forecast isn't looking too bad. we're look forg sunshine to come back in to the picture. we're waiting for it to warm up and feel more like spring time out. there university city, 68 degrees. that's our high temperature today. 6 ain chestnut hill. and the suburbs, 7 o degrees with peeks of sunshine. the sunshine we get later today will help warm us up a little bit. interestingly, we are still below normal highs this time of year. cooler in the lehigh valley. we have to hang on in. >>s for that. now to the news from our trenton bureau, we're work to find out
if the coast guard will resume searching for a missing jet skier. jesus melendez and a friend ran aground on their jet ski in the delaware river. you're looking at video from the scene last night. here's the deal. a crew from a nearby ship ended up rescuing melendez's friend. the coast guard was then called n their boat and helicopter crew searched for melendez until 10:00 last night. we're waiting to see if and when they pick up that search today. blindsided by pal ryan. that's what donald trump said the house speaker did to him. just ahead, the battle continues to brew and the republican party. the question is, who will win the war?
pat toomey started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer overseeing stock trades in new york, london and tokyo. next, toomey moved to hong kong to work with wealthy chinese investors. in the senate, it's no surprise
toomey's been siding with wall street. voting to allow banks to continue making the risky investments that wrecked our economy.
finally, some sunshine. at least a little bit of it. the rain stopped yesterday in time for weekend festivals. live music and good food brought out the crowds at mt. airy day. crafts and spring plants were on sale at may fair. on south street, a huge crowd, thousands of people, tushd out to dance, drink, and merry at the south spring festival. >> we started out a little cold and a little dreary. the sun came through the clouds and we warmed up. >> the sky opened up. it was so nice to walk around. >> first street hash yosh park on the delaware river also opened up for the first day of the summer season with new hammocks and food vendors. a quarter after 9:00. we check in on this week's wednesday's child. she is a loving and giving teen
who enjoys helping others. her dream is to find a forever family to support and guide her no matter what. let's meet yolanda. >> yolanda is a sweet and kind hearted young lady. she has such a warm and bright personality. and when you first meet her, it real shines through. she has a passion for helping others. so we went to the cathedral kitchen in camden, new jersey, to lend a helping hand. >> is this fun? >> she was right in element, helping the staff get ready for night's dinner pt she has a level of compassionate 16 that most people will never achieve. >> i like to help people. i want to give everybody a chance to, you know, express themselves. i like to help them and help them succeed. that. >> she's headed to the tenth grade and does really well in
her special needs school. she also lends her guidance to her classmates. >> yolanda is of the most popular children the reason she's so popular is because she's so accepting of all the other children. some of the children in her school has autism. she reaches out to them. >> the ideal family will be loving and provide structure. they should share in her passion of giving back. >> i want to help people. i want them to be supportive and help people. >> yolanda has an enormous heart she is ready to share. >> you have a good heart. >> yeah, i do. >> do you? >> yeah. >> one, two, three -- >> yolanda is this week's "wednesday child." >> if you'd like to make yolanda's dream come true, can you go to our website, nbc10.com. once you get there, search wednesday's child. you can also call the national adoption center at
1-866-do-adopt. we'll go ahead and take a look at our neighborhood weather this morning. happy mother day to all the moms. maybe you're hanging out in bed waiting for breakfast in bed for mother's day. good for you. you're seeing gray skies. hang on. we're waiting for sunshine and clearing skies. temperature readings are bumping up. look at south jersey. 60 degrees. we have clearing skies there. so sun peeking tlouchlt a little more overcast as we go north and west in the lehigh valley. temperature in the lower to mid 50s. we're 53 degrees up here. 55 degrees in allentown. 55 in this area. getting warmer further west. sinking spring reporting 60 degrees right now and 58 there in reading. so we say good-bye to the rain for now. it's a fast moving front that we were tracking all morning long.
and now it is pretty much off the jersey coastline. residual showers happening in ocean county and northern atlantic county. dry conditions behind it. we just wait for the clouds to clear out that high pressure is poised to move in. and there is the good news. watching another rain maker system here. we are going into an unsettled weather pattern. imagine that. right? we just came out of a very unsettled weather pattern last week. we're going back into in this coming week as you can see here in the seven day forecast at the bottom of your screen. we get a bit of a reprieve later today, tonight, and the start of our next work week starting tomorrow morning. so we should stay dry for a good portion of that time frame. future cast showing us that we will start out tomorrow morning and then we get to the evening hours. so tomorrow, it really should be dry and mainly clear. clouds will come in later on in the day. this is showing us the clouds are moving in from the south. so by tomorrow evening, heavy cloud cover is expected.
and then this particular model showing us that at 6:00 a.m. tuesday morning, the commute could be a little soggy as we get these isolated showers moving into the area monday night into tuesday morning. and that's the system we showed you there on radar. that is out in central part of the country. some shower activity to the north up here in the lehigh valley in wiallentown. more showers to the west tuesday night at 10:00. and so we get back into that cloudy, showery pattern where it's to sort of be a mixed bag as we pick up. wind right now coming in from the south. 14 miles per hour in wildwood. as that front does completely move off the coast, we do anticipate breezy conditions. with that sunshine and warming temperatures, i don't think we're going to mind too much. as i say, today looking pretty good for the moms out there. tomorrow, more sunshine than even today. so there is good news.
72 for a high temperature. tuesday is looking like a mixed bag. we'll start out dry with the sunshine topping in to 70 degrees. we could have a spritz or two and then wednesday, maybe even a rumble of thunder coming through. but look how warm we get by thursday. so really sort of active as we move all the way through. and then temperatures moderate here. closer to where we should thb time of year. all in all, looking really pretty nice. ♪
a montgomery county high school is working to fight childhood cancer by staying up all night. they will join hundreds environment other schools for a mini-thon coming up. joining me are my guests with more on the event. you're seniors. you're graduating in a few weeks. before we get to the vent, we want to show you video from last year. take a look. ♪ of course this is a fun time for everybody to be a part of. it also serves a cause. >> everyone loves tcoming to thon. it's a fun night. it's a time to bond as a school as well. >> and this is really, this stems from penn state's success with their thon that we're seeing the mini thons pop-up. >> yeah, penn state does a
tremendously well and the fact that so many schools across pennsylvania are doing this, imagine if every state school and every state in the country and all the high schools and middle schools the same thing, how much impact it would have on childhooder. >> tell us specifically how much you're looking to raise, exactly where it goes. >> we're looking to raise $20,000 this year. last year our goal was 11,000. we eraised $18,799. hopefully we can surpass our goal this year. it goes to help research, pay bills for families fighting childhood cancer and to the hospital its. >> tell us why you two decided you're going to graduate in a couple weeks, thor is almost here. why did you decide to get involved in sort of help to organize this mini thon at your school? >> i just think it's such a great cause. we raise so much money and it's a fun way to do good in the community. >> i think we have pictures from
last year's event and previous events and some of the students who have gotten involved. it's really an inspire time for everybody to come together. >> yeah, it's really important i think for us as a generation to do something about cancer and this girl is erin in school now. she was fighting cancer. she currently beat it. >> wow. >> we're really proud of her. and this is another person, the girl graduated in 2014 and her little brother had cancer as well. they do a lot of work to help us with the mini thon. >> so for you this is an effort to help people you know, people who are directly affected by it and people you see every day at school. >> yeah. i think it's crazy our school is so small, we only have 2 p 70 people, and the nakt will are so many people affected by childhood cancer, it makes us want to do so much more. >> you've been able to raise so much money in the past before. we let you go, we do have that
information for your school. it starts friday at p 7:00 in the evening. it will end 12 hours later at 7:00 in the on saturday. for more information if you'd like to donate, get involved, we have it all posted on our website, nbc10.com. thank you for being here. we appreciate it. >> thank you for us. >> absolutely. when we come back, we'll take a look at the day's top stories including interrogated for doing math equations. a penn professor finds himself hauled off a flight and questioned by the fbi. connections.
you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year, and you help them learn and grow. but you also get to know their families, and over the years they become a part of your life, and you become a part of theirs. when you build those connections, you can accomplish some pretty amazing things. i'm jackie kruzik and i'm proud to be a new jersey educator.
someone came out on top of the odds. there is one, just one winning powerball picture and guess what? it was sold in our region. we'll have details coming up. a flight out of philadelphia returns to the gates because of a passenger's fear of an economic's professor. why she was so worried by what he was doing in his seat. it's mother's day. we'll see some spotty showers to start off our day. we'll get your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast just a moment. we check in with meteorologist karen thomas. not looking bad down the shore, right? a couple people taking a walk
this morning. good morning. i'm rosemary connors. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. thank you being with us on this mother's day. it's just about 9:30. karen, it is slowly starting to look like the sun is going to come out. >> it will be a nice day for the moms to sort of relax and enjoy their special day to day. we do have cloud cover. we have cloud cover, i should say, in many parts of the area. we did have some spotty showers move throughout region. but the showers are out of here. still clouds lingering. we are waiting and looking for sunshine and clearing skies. now that that front is just about off the. new jersey, of 60 degrees. in philadelphia, we're looking at sunshine just pushing through the cloud cover. 57 degrees right now as we move
on our mother's day morning bumping up into the of 6 o's. 65 by 2:00 p.m. there we are looking for high temperatures today close to 70 degrees. we won't top out where we should be this time of year. we'll take the sunshine. we have weeks of cloud cover and plenty of shower activity and rain. so now we're looking to dry out as we watch that system just go right off the jersey coast and up to the north. i'll be back with an extended look at your forecast in just a bit. >> thank you for that, karen. >> somebody in our area is not -- not my husband -- but someone is more than $429 million rich they are morning. the only winning ticket for last night's massive powerball jackpot was sold in mercer county. the name of that store that sold the lucky ticket hasn't been released yet. we did check with new jersey lottery officials not too long ago. they expect to know where this
store is in mercer county by tomorrow at latest. we'll keep you posted. here are the winning numbers -- the jackpot is the seven rnlg largest powerball jackpot in history. they expect the winner to take his or her time before coming forward. they'll have to talk to financial planners and professionals about how to handle the almost half a billion dollar winnings. the university of pennsylvania professor finds himself the target of terrorist poe filing after he was doing some math equations on a flight. here's the story. a passenger became suspicious of what professor menzio who is italian was writing in his notebook. the american airlines flight he
was taking was delayed for two hours. the professor was cleared after some simple questions. it's a story that has a lot of you talking. andrea kline thomas has some reaction. >> travelers are sounding off after an american airlines flight from philadelphia's international airport to syracuse was ready to take off thursday evening when it back to the gate. it was first thought to be a passenger's illness was actually her suspicious about a university of pennsylvania professor she thought posed a threat. >> i think it's a sad state of commentary on how suspicious we are of one another. >> the professor an internationally recognized economist and he was on his way to a speaking engagement in ontario, can dashgs and working on math equation that's were a part of his presentation. the woman "thought he was a terrorist because he was writing strange things on a pad of paper." >> obviously, people have a very great fear which overwhelms
their ability to think. >> he was removed if the plane, questioned, and eventually cleared by authorities. it delayed the flight for two hours. >> i think she should have asked him. what are you doing? >> that statement american airlines confirmed that a passenger expressed concerns about another customer's behavior and apologized for the delay. >> pretty unfortunate. i think they have to stick to the rules. a man is in critical condition after being shot three times in north philadelphia. that happened at front and west moreland street at 5:00 this morning. the victim was found about a half block away from here with wounds to his face, back, and arm. no arrests yet in this case. six people are dead and several others are injured after a series of house fires throughout our area between friday night and yesterday
morning. we first told you about them yesterday morning. here's the story. in a span of 12 hours, fire fighters in montgomery county and philadelphia battled three separate deadly fires. in norristown, two adults and a child was killed n north philadelphia, two adults died. and in west philadelphia, a man that tried to put out the fire himself died after getting caught in heavy smoke. in two of the deadly fires, smoke detectors were either not >> we need everyone to have a working smoke alarm and have a home escape plan. make sure you can get out safely. again if, there's a fire, get out first. dial 911. if you try to fight the fire, you may not be successful. >> the philadelphia fire commissioner also said if you cannot afford a smoke detector, if you can't get it up in your house, don't worry. call 311. firefighters will install one for you.
the next contest on the presidential calendar come up on tuesday when they vote in the west virginia primary. a little later on, democrat bernie sanders will kick off a two day campaign swing in new jersey. senator sanders will hold a rally on rutgers university. the new jersey primary is on june 7th. he picked up several delegates in yesterday's caucus in guam. it was won by hillary clinton. donald trump, the presumptive republican nominee says he was blindsided by recent comments from the speaker of the house. just last week you may remember paul ryan said he is not ready to support his party's white house hopeful or rather the party's presumptive nominee. he said that ryan couldn't have been nicer when the speaker called trump three weeks ago. a spokesperson for ryan declines trump conversation. the speaker's office did confirm that a meeting between ryan and
trump is het set to take place thursday in washington. you can see chuck todd's complete interview on "meet the press." it comes your way at 10:30. this weekend, north carolina republicans renatured governor pat mccorey at their convention. yesterday mccorey blasted his democratic rival for posing a controversial bathroom law for transgenders. south carolina has until tomorrow to respond to the justice department which is said law violates the civil rights act. rollout the royal carpet, prince harry kicks off the invicus games.
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happy mother's day. we'll go ahead and check our neighborhood forecast. numbers are bumping up. we're getting peeks of sunshine. there's a lot of good news in our mother's day forecast today. right now, it is 57 degrees in philadelphia. and we do have peeks of sunshine. still the overcast skies. but we're watching that front move off the coast and move out of here really. so behind it, the clearing. it's already happening in the western pennsylvania suburbs. 52 degrees. still had some clouds around. the sunshine is reallying through. 60 degrees right now in new jersey with plenty of sun. lee high valley, a little slower to clear. still some overcast skies there. gray skies and clouds. 60 degrees in delaware with some sunshine sort of breaking through the cloud cover. as for the winds, mainly from the southwest and from the west right now, because that system is moving off the coast. but at about 8 miles per hour in millville, we have ten miles per hour gusts in wilmington and 13 miles per hour in dover,
delaware. and we will expect to see breezier conditions, feel breezier conditions as we move on through our afternoon. but the good news here, sunshine and warming temperatures. rosemary? >> that is good news. thank you, karen. today the opening hair moanies for the invictus games. kicks off the injured servicemen and women from 15 countries are expected to compete in ten sports. mish he will obama will be at the ceremonies. on friday, harry got his first look at the venue. prince harry is thor of the invictus game. he sat down with jenna bush hager to talk about why he got involved. >> if you can channel all of your passion and effort into things that really matter and bring amazing people together and put smiles on people's faces, if i spend the rest of my life doing that, then i'm happy. >> can you watch the full interview with prince harry tomorrow morning on the "today" show. 9. 4. 2 on this sunday.
speaking of sports, it was off to the races at churchill downs. >> nyquist is still unbeaten. he has won the kentucky derby. >> yep, favorite nyquist takes the derby extending his unbeaten record. what's next? that's coming up. bacon supreme omelet breakfast sandwich, loaded with peppers, onions, and potatoes and topped with two slices of cherrywood-smoked bacon and cheese all on a freshly baked croissant. america runs on dunkin'.
sip into summertime with dunkin's frozen coolatta. freeze up the flavors of summer with a blue raspberry or any other small frozen coolatta, for $1.99. america runs on dunkin'. good sunday morning. i'm karen thomas. happy mother's day to everyone. good news this morning, not only is it a great mother's day, we have a decent forecast on tap for you as well. temperatures are bumping up. we are looking at sunshine in north and west of philadelphia. we're watching sunshine peek through the overcast skies. down here in south jersey, 60 degrees. we actually have full sunshine in some parts of the area which we're watching temperatures bump up over the 60-degree mark in bridgeton right now. so feeling really pretty nice
and 619 same in millville. piney hollywood low, 59 degrees. we go to the north in south jersey. it is 61 degrees here. just pick where you are and then look at your temperature reading. it is not doing too badly in princeton either. hamilton, 56 degrees. those temperatures will be bumping up into the upper of s 60s, and 7 o degrees today with the sunshine as it makes its way into our area. we have to say good-bye to the showers. rain is off the coast. it is a stalled front. that will cause us problems down the road. today we're drirg out and clearing out as high pressure from the western part of pennsylvania and just south of the great lakes starts to really build in to our area. and that is the good news. that's going to bring us that nice mother's day forecast that we've been promising with sunshine later on today.
we won't need umbrellas later on. don't put them under the bed just yet. we have an unsettled weather pattern. a fairly dry day tomorrow. looking really pretty good. cloud cover coming back into the weather picture tomorrow evening. rain coming back into the weather picture. this is monday night into early tuesday morning. so waking up for the tuesday morning commute. this model showing we have showers, maybe even some heavy rainfall moving right on through delaware county, wilmington, parts of interior south jersey and philadelphia. then as we move through on tuesday, on and off shower activity. they'll be staying us with according to this model. in allentown and other parts further north of the lee high valley, looking for shower activity. this is tuesday mind you. but the showers keep coming. this is what i mean by that settled pattern.
current wind speeds coming in from the south, southwest. the further north we go, 8 miles per hour in millville. 13 miles per hour in dover. but wildwood stretching at 14 miles per hour. temperatures in and around philadelphia, reaching 7 o degrees with a bit of sunshine later today. >> good morning. the phillies have come back to earth to be sure. losing four of, second of the series last night. top eight. caesar hernandez in a 3-2 ball game. banks one. it goes into right field. scores andres blanco. next inning, franco grounds into what should be a 6-4-3 out. but, no chris johnson drops the ball. the winning run touches the dish.
stillies feel one in miami. sam bradford's desire to be traded bau the eagles took carson wentz in the draft hasn't gone over well. the former redskins quarterback joe theismann was on sirius nfl radio. >> i cannot believe what sam bradford is doing with the philadelphia eagles. the impression that i get is this guy here doesn't want to compete. he's not interested in playing quarterback. he's not interested in competing at the quarterback position. he wants it handed to him on a silverer. well that's not the way life is. the eagles owe him no explanation. if you think you're that good, you should be able to beat out a rook who has no earthly idea what the nfl looks like. >> the kentucky derby, we got introduced to american pharoah who went on to be the first triple crown sinner since 1978 the most likely horse to follow in his footsteps is nyquist.
the winner of all seven of his previous races. here is the stretch call. >> nyquist has taken the lead on the outside. gunrunner second at the rail. and they come to the final furlong. nyquist with a 16th to go. gunrunner and exaggerator on the outside. nyquist and exaggerator. they're coming to the line together. and nyquist is still unbeaten. he has won the kentucky derby! >> nyquist rumbles into the winner circle by one and a quarter lengths. the fourth consecutive favorite to win the race. rater is second. gunrunner finished third. >> the washington capitals won the president's trophy for most points in a regular season. they were facing eliminate ngs the playoffs last night against the penguins. let's have a look. the caps don't waste any time. five minutes in, the great number eight alex ovechkin all alone. buries one on the power play. gives washington the lead.
second period, 1-1. another caps power play. captain america, c.j. oshie flips in the rebound. they stay alive with a 3-1 lead. blues and stars tied at two games apiece. second period. ashkin puts in his own rebound. the blues win 2-1. first career postseason goal and it was a timely one. the momentum just carried to carry from there. they find a wide open corey brower in front. forget about it. the blues win 4-1 win the series at home on monday. nba playoffs, steph curry playing two on two before the game. that was it. knee injury kept him out of the warriors series against the blazers. damon lillard was a one man wrecking crew. this triple part of his game high 40 points. blazers win. they trail the series 2-1. raptors and heat, fourth quarter in a tight one. nice pass to dwyane wade. going back door. finishes with the one hander.
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says the president shall make nominations for the supreme court and the senate votes. no exception for election years why is pat toomey refusing to do the job pennsylvania elected him to do? toomey refuses to consider anyone president obama nominates, even a former prosecutor with more experience than any other nominee with bipartisan support. but toomey is choosing his party's leaders and playing politics with the supreme court. call senator toomey and tell him to put the constitution before his politics. a wildfire burning on the canadian prairie is so big, you can see it from space. check out the photos. nasa released these of the fire. it's been burning its way across northern alberta towards saskatchewan. officials say the flames could continue burning for months.
the fire left blocks of burned out buildings in ft. mcmurray. flames engulfing the building in ft. mcmurray. they were moving to evacuees to safety. they're talking about 80,000 people. warm weather and winds have been flaning the flame. a know tore mexican drug lord is in a new president today. we're talking about el chapo guzman. he was in a prison in northern mexico. he is now locked up in war ez, a short distance from el paso. he was transferred early yesterday morning. officials say the move was due to construction at the prison in central mexico where he had been held. >> history was made in london thekd woochlt the city's first muslim mayor was sworn in yesterday. he said he was humbled to be elected. he's 45 years old and son of immigrants from pakistan. some are calling this london's obama moment. the first nonwhite mayor in a city known for his diversity.
ok'd played little league t ball this year but kent do it this year because he's being treat for a blood disorder. players and parents cheered him on during the big moment. his mother is hopeful his condition will improve. >> they stay up and if they don't, he'll have to have a bone marrow transplant. >> he also received some signed baseball memorabilia from his favorite team the new york yankees. he hopes he can play t ball again n season. [ speaking spanish ] >> you heard it, pope pran sis wished mothers all over the globe a happy mother's day to day. he spoke in st. peter's square. he said let us remember with gratitude and affection all mothers entrusting them to mary,
mother of jesus. 9:56 on this sunday. thousands of people are celebrating mother's day right in front of the philadelphia museum of art. that's is where monique braxton is live this morning surrounded by a sea of pink. monique? >> hi, rosemary. a few moments ago i got a final count of participants, those who walked to day and those who ran. we'll have that for you after the break. beautiful, beautiful cause down there on theway. well, we have a changing forecast for our mothers on mother day. it's an imeprovement. i think you're going to like it. stay tuned. i'll be back with a look at your seven day forecast, your ten day forecast and just how long we can expect sunshine and dry conditions. will we be able to put the umbrellas away for any extended period? i'll let you know after the break. [ soft music ]
there is one lucky powerball winner. the tickets sold in mercer county. we'll have details next. plus, a math equation of all things delays a plane at philadelphia international airport. what a passenger mistakenly thought the guy sitting next to her was doing and why she feared he was a terrorist. it is voluntary will he starting to peek through the clouds, burn the clouds off. that's what we've been looking for. thank goodness.