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house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. probation or prison time? kathleen kane is learning her fate this morning. a civilian easter fiing brush with death as a shootout erupts while on a patrol with an officer. get ready for hol waen wean candy. we'll break down u the sweet cravingings state by state just in time for trick or treating. that breaking news, the punishment for perjury. former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is in a montgomery county courtroom to learn her sentence on her purgery and obstruction conviction. kane arrived in north township
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before 9:00 this morning. good morning. kathleen kane is fighting to stay out of a prison cell. her attorneys are arguing she should get probation or house arrest instead of jail time. mo neek is live outside the montgomery county courthouse. do we expect to hear or what do we expect to hear rather from kathleen kane today? >> we're not sure if she's going to testify, but i can tell you the former attorney general arrived here about two hours ago. with her family. mrs. kane, would you like to make a comment? what do you hope happens today? wearing a dark suit and white blouse, the convict ed felon smiled, but said little. kane has come to court to face her punishment. three things the judge will consider. the sentencing glooin of 12 to 24 year kane's years of public service and the best care of her two teen sons who are sitting
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with defense witnesses today. back h in august, the 50 yaerl kane was convicted of master minding a leak of grand jury material to a newspaper, then lie about it oath. they want a significant and stiff punishment like a prison term, but her tones want probation or house arrest. in court document, attorney said she had close to 30 letter of support including one from kane's mother. she says the prison sentence could be def kevin stating to kane's teenage son, kane's new aattorneys are appealing her conviction. now, kane never testified during her trial, we're quoing to let you know if she takes the stand today. live for now outside the courthouse. nbc 10 news. >> only only 10, we're hear iin from an amputee who was tossed from his wheelchair while two robbers stole everything they could find in his home.
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we spoke to the disabled man after the home innovation yesterday and he asked he not identify him. flis say a man and a woman barged into his home. the truders pushed the victim out of his wheelchair and swiped his wallet, key, cell phone, tv and paper towels. >> he said he had a gun. and but i didn't see no gun. >> the robbers left through the back door of the house. the victim told us he had to crawl outside and wait for someone to pass by to get help. a philadelphia police officer is recovering after having ditch his bike to avoid being hit by a car. he was on his bike in east russell street when a car came at him. the bicycle was hit, but the officer wasn't. the driver got out of the car and ran. police caught up with him four blocks away. he was arrested and we've learned this morning, charged with assaulting an officer. the officer wasn't seriously
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hurt. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> the winds are pickinging up this morning. but we're in store for a pleasant day. here's a live look outside of center city, philadelphia. first alert chief meteorologist is here with forecast. >> it is a beautiful morning out there. a little bit warmer than it was at this time yesterday. already 62 degrees in philadelphia. got sunshine across much of the area. still on the 50s in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs and up through the lehigh valley, but the temperatures are getting to near 60 degrees. chads ford at 60 right now, lincoln university getting close at 59 st. david, 60. bryn mar, 60 degrees. lot of places didn't get out of the 50s during the day yesterday. we still have this west to northwest wind. it's 15 to 20 miles an hour.
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it may gust up as high as 30. during the afternoon. as temperatures are in the mid-60s. pretty close to average for this time of the year. the some of the ub ushs may barrelly git get up to the 60 degree mark and it's possible lehigh valley doesn't even get there. and then during the night tonight, it's still kind of windy. as the front comes through, so it will not be that chilly. but tomorrow night is a different story wooechl see how cold that's going to get and if we're quoing to see rain this week in just few minutes. an ongoing battle between ub ber, lyft and the city philadelphia could be coming to end. lawmakers are expecteded to vote today on making the ride sharing services league. last week, a law was passed legalizinging the rides. uber and lyft drivers rb giving people rides in pennsylvania for year, but illegally. the company has a temporary deal with the city, but that's
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expired. a judge ruled it was okay for companies to give rides in city, but the philadelphia parking authority has been ticketing drivers. time now for a check on the roads with jessica boynton and what are you seeing? >> we're going to start on the blue route. we are watching an accident that's causing major derays on the southbound side. we have several lanes blocked there and making us have 67 minute drive time, which typically should be about 13 to 15 minutes or so. give or take. now, a little slow on the northbound side now. that's probably just from cars stopping or slowing down to k look at scene, but 67 minutes. almost an hour delay there from the southbound to 95 because the trip is typically about 15-minute ride there. average speeds into the teens. slow go and a little slow if you're heading into philadelphia. the construction on the ben franklin bridge where two lane as are closed.
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the rest of the bridges are okay. here's 95 around cot mann avenue. we had some congestion, with police activity. looks like that's cleared. right around creek road. and lastly in cherry hill, new jersey. watch for construction. springdale road, this is going to last for the next three weeks. started this morning at 7:00 p.m. that's closed from easton road to wilderness drive, so there will be traffic around the scene. pamela. >> we now know what caused a scare on board a plane at philly international airport sunday morning. american airlines says a couple of hours before the flight to boston, a couple walked op to the plane and took their seats. when the crew discovered them during boarding, they evacuated and searched the aircraft. the couple did have tickets for the flight. the airline put them and other passengers on another plane. officials are investigating how the couple got early access to the plane.
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testimony is back underway in the defamation lawsuit brought by a former assistant football coach against penn state. mike mcquery claims he was wrongfully fired after the scandal. on friday, he testified he was angry, he couldn't go to team facilities after sandusky was charged with child abuse. mcquery says he was treated as a villain for speaking up. he's suing penn state for $4 million in lost wages and other claims. the second defendant in the bridge gate trial the back on the stand in north jersey this morning. bridgette kelly testify ied on friday that she told governor christie about the bridge lane closures before they happened. and that she had his approval for what she called a legitimate traffic study. christie denies he knew anything about the plan to shut down the lanes. kelly was deputy chief of staff to the governor when all of this unfolded in 2013.
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she and the former executive director of the r port authority are accused in the scheme closing arguments are expected to begin on wednesday. happening today, a new jersey congresswoman will announce new legislation to keep children safe from lead poisoning in schools. testing over the summer found trenton public schools have elevated levels of lead in more than three quarters of its buildings. the congresswoman will announce new legislation today. meantime, new federal housing and urban development money will also be coming to trenton to help to be used to help local homeowners renovate lead based paint. this is a national poison awareness week. today in south jersey, the mayor of atlanticty will lay out his plan to keep the city financially afloat for the next five years. a special city council meeting being held at city hall at 5:00
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p.m. last week, the city announced it's selling bader field and issue bonds to pay down its debt. the mayor is expected to talk more about the possible sentiment with the casino, which is in a pat l with the city over millions in back taxes. the eagles are winners again. after their defense plundered the vikings and former quarterback, sam bradford. carson wentz through a touchdown in the first 21-vikt 10 victory. they plan to see more scoring like this. >> that's what good teams do, fibd a way to win. that's what we've struggle wd the last two weeks. for us to come out antd get this win today, it's huge for us. >> just got to believe. you've got to eliminate the penalty, the mistakes and you can see just how good you can be. >> the eagles defense smothered bradford all day.
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after the game, wentz threw two interceptions tweeted ugly win, but we got it done. true team win today. on ward to dallas. fly, eagle, fly. remember, nbc 10 is is your official eagles station. you can catch the birds here on sunday night at 8:30. when they visit the dallas cowboys. the 4-2 eagles can move into a third place tie in the division with a win over the 5-1 cowboys. a ride along to remember. still ahead, a civilian easter brush with death when a shootout reerup reerupts. plus, debate night. toomey and mcginnty square off for the second and final time tonight. we'll have a preview of the race that's gettinging national attention. enjoy the mild temperatures while they last. i'm tracking another blast of cold weather heading our way and i'll break down the timing of that in just a minute.
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decision 2016. the presidential candidates have just 15 days left to convince voters. today's schedule finds democrat hillary clinton in new hampshire and republican donald trump in florida. a new abc thus poll of likely voters nationwide shows clinton with a 12 point lead. president obama is firing up his support for hillary clinton and democratic candidate for the u.s. senate, but he's also drilling down the democratic hopefuls in legislative races. the president plans to endorse dozens of down ballot candidates in 20 states. the support will come by way of robo call, social media spoes, mailers and radio ads. democrats in tough races are hoping to hitch themts themselves to president obama who's enjoying a high approval ratinging. "the new york times" just published a full list of donald trump's insulting tweets since
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he started his campaign. the complete list includes 281 people, places and inning things that trump has insulted on twitter. the newspaper says it put more than 4,000 tweets into categories they found one in every eight was a personal insult of some kind. to decision 2016 and tonight, the candidates for u.s. senate in pennsylvania will debate here in philadelphia. republican incumbent, pat toomey and katie mcginnty will face off at temple university. the latest quinnipiac poll shows a lead of 20 percentage points. they debated in pittsburgh last week. i spoke with an expert to get her take on the race. >> both are sort of hardened into their positions at this point. really try and persuade a few people. >> tonight's second debate between mcginnty and toomey will be their last.
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now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, nothing like last week, but it is not at chilly today as it was yesterday. we're already seeing places in the 60s. in delaware, south jersey,ier jersey shore. 62 at the airport. 63 in society hill. 62 in westbound area and parkwood and a lot of these places will at least get into the mid-60s today. we have some clouds in the northwest flow, moisture across the great lake, not expecting any precipitation during the day and we don't have any strong weather systems headed this way. no fronts with any moisture and so, it's going to not only stay dry today, but over the next couple of days. we were 80 degrees on friday, then dropped.
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56. today, about 63 and then tomorrow, we're going to drop dwen. the average high is about 64. and on average, the best fall colors are coming out in the next week or so. even in southeasten pennsylvania. we are at the peak. lehigh valley and up towards the adirondacks in new york and very close to the peak in other parts of the lehigh valley and some of the northern western suburbs. it is just spectacular looking out there. we have winds gusting up to 23 miles an hour in millville. 22 in philadelphia. again, not nearly as strong as what we saw over the weekend. those showers and northwestern pennsylvania are not going to make it as we go through the day today and some snow flurries on the future cast up in some of the mountains in new england. yeah, a sign of things to come eventually. eventually, winter will be here.
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tomorrow afternoon, we're still kind of dry. we're dry into wednesday as well. but as we dpo into thursday, we see moisture approach frg the west and that's when we should see some showers this week. and the rain chances show that in philadelphia practically no chance until thursday. same thing are dover and atlantic city. and in redding. there's the one day where the rain chance spikes up and that's about it. as you go through the day tomorrow, it's, we're not seeing anything close to 60 degrees. plus, we have 15 to 20 mile an hour wind, so it's going to be cold colder tomorrow, then another chilly day on wednesday. tomorrow night, it's a wednesday morning should be the coldest we'll see temperatures down near freezing in parts of the suburbs and could be a hard freeze in some of those areas, look at
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parts of new jersey 38 degrees wednesday morning. we'll talk more about the rest of the week coming up later. still ahead, keeping babies safe while they sleep. the new guidelines about what parents need to know. now here's a look at this week's team four game of the week. st. josephs of new jersey versus st. augustine. most people owe the bank.
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and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary.
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i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. october is breast cancer awareness month and for newly diagnosed patients, the process of navigating their way through treatment and sorting out information and seeking out resour resources often time consuming, confusing and frustrating. sue weldon found herself in that situation when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. in turn, she founded an organization called unite for
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her, designed to bridge the gap for patient and sue, thank you so much for being here with us this morpg. if you could, tell us about the difficulties that you faced when you were newly diced and trying to figure everything out. >> it's a lot of side effects and symptoms that are standard of care. comes along with that. you know, and for us, we just want to make sure we make the pass as easy as possible for our women where they don't have to have additional drugs and presipgs, so we combine eastern and western medicine for them to have the best possible outcomes and they can ease the side effects with ak u penture and yoga and physical therapy. so mu some reports we don't rant them to have to worry about. we want to be able to provide all those resources for them. >> you're supporting patients their families. tell us about the variation of
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services. >> we are partnering now with 16 hospitals in the philadelphia area, which means we get to all of those women that are newly diagnosed. for full year, we provide them with complimentary therapies. they end up getting this wellness passport and we fund and deliver about $2,000 worth of therapies. counseling, sexual health, nutrition. raaki, on kole ji massage. where they feel like they can figure out what the best plan is for them. is isn't one size fits all, but they don't have to r worry about funding those resources. >> if people want to get involved, tell us about this fund raising event that's coming up and how everybody can get involved and have a good time. so much fun. >> it's our favorite event, it really is. food and wine. this beautiful local sustainable food event. we have harvest, a chef and wine tasting event where we have 25
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incredible chefs coming out, five vineyards and this wonderful tasting menu. we sell out about 500 people. we're almost there, so we should sell out again. last year, we raised 150,000, which help us get new patients into our program. so we can budget for more women to serve. but a lot of fun. silent auction, you can bid online now and just an incredible event that we are so grateful to our chefs and our vineyards because they come out free of charge to advocate for our local community and give us their best and they're remarkable. >> sounds great. unite for hers annual farm to table food and wine tasting event called harvest. it's happening this thursday, october 27th. at the phoenixville foundry. located on main street in phoenixville. chester county. the vip happy hour begins at 5:30 and the event starts at
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6:30. for more information, head on over to our web sit site or check it on on the app. thank you so much for being here. and we continue to follow breaking news this morning. the sentencing of former attorney general kathleen kane. a look at how much prison time she could face and in court now to support her. (war drums beating)
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when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. that breaking new, sentencing is now underway for former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane. we are keeping an eye on the hearing. what are you hearing? >> we've been monitoring the former attorney general sentencing hearing now for more than an hour. inside the courthouse are her two children. other relatives as well as
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friend, all listening to the testimony. here's how she responded when i approached her before she went inside. >> would you like to make a comment? what do you hope happens today? once pennsylvania's top cop now a convicted felon, wouldn't say much when arriving. three things the judge will likely consider. the sentencing guideline of 12 to 24 year, kane's years of public service and the care of her two teen sons. in court document, one of her attorneys said she has close to 30 let eers of support including one from kane's mother. she says the prison sentence could be devastating to keep kane's teenage son, the 50-year-old was convicted of master minding a leak of grand jury material to a newspaper, then lying ab it oath. prosecutors want a significant and the stiff punishment like a prison term, but her attorneys
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want probation and or house arrest. kane's new attorneys are appealing her conviction. she never testified in trial. so, a cowell of things could happen. wee going to let you know first of all if she takes the stand, we'll also let you know if she's let outside on her way to prisen in handcuffs or if she walks free. if she walks free, she'll come out the front door and walk down the sidewalk. no doubt we'll be here and have it all for you as soon as it happens. live now from norristown, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. ke get the conditionsing information as soon as we do. just keep the nbc 10 app handy and when we know what the judge decide, you'll be the first one to get the details with this app. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> a chilly morning walk to school compared to our record warmth from last week, these kids in delaware county broke out the hoodies today. this is what late october should feel like.
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our chief meteorologist is here with the weather. >> it was an amazie ining week week. several days in the 80s. now, we're back into the 60s. which is about average for this time of the year. 62 in philadelphia. now and not quite 60 degrees this some of the other pennsylvania counties. we have a west to northwest wind and parts of new jersey or well, into the 60s already. piles grove, 63. audubon reading, 65. lumberup lumberton, medford, turnersville at 62. 59 degrees in princeton. one of the cool spots. the temperatures were in the 80s. last week and including friday at 80 degrees. saturday though, boy, was it windy. since then, well, 66 yesterday and 63 degrees for the high today. as you can see, by 2:00, we're
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62 degrees. dry. trz that's for sure. we were breezy tonight as a cold front coming through, so it's going to feel like it's in the upper 30s in many parts of the area. and then tomorrow night, the temperature itself is going to be going way down. more on that and the next rain coming with the rest of the ten h day in a few minutes. federal investigators are looking for the cause of a deadly tour bus crash in southern california. 13 people were killed when the bus plowed into the back of a tractor trailer yesterday. morgan radford reports from palm springs. >> weekend trip to the casino turned deadly. passengers shaken. witnesses say around 4:00 a.m., their tour bus left a kwacasino headed for los angeles. an hour later, it slammed into the back of a tractor trailer in palm springs.
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knocking its driver unconscious. >> the impact just hit me from behind. and i just blacked out for a minute. i'm blessed to be alive. >> the speed of the bus was so significant that when it hit the back of the rig, the trailer, the trailer entered about 15 feet into the bus. >> the california highway patrol telling nbc news, fatigue may have been a factor. the bus driver was killed in the accident. some who remain in critical condition. >> are the victims expected to recover? >> we're in the going to make any prediction, but everybody in the intensive care unit is stable at this time. >> authorities still trying to identify the deceased, searching for clues and answers. authorities say they've received the names of all the passengers ton bus. al though they're still trying to verify their identities. ten women and three men died.
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five people are dead in a plane crash. a small plane was headed to monitor migrant traffic off the coast of lablabia. the airport was closed for about four hours while the debris was cleared. near fresno, california, a police pursuit turned into a shootout when a suspect started firing at a rookie officer's car. it happened while a citizen was with the officer as part of a ride along program. the officer tried to pull the suv over, but the driver wouldn't stop. then a passenger started shoot ing at the officer's car. the bullets hit the officer's wind fie windshield, ending the chase. the private citizen suffered minor injuries from the shattered glass. tom hayden is dead. his wife said he died yesterday in southern california.
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after a long illness. hayden made headlines in the 1960s with his trips to north vietnam and his marriage to actress jane fonda. he went on to nearly two decades as a state lawmaker. he was 76 years old. new proof that football, young football players are at risk for brain injury, even if they never had a concussion. researchers at wake forest university recorded the head impacts of 25 football players between 8 and 13 years old. after one season of play, the players who had the most hits to the head showed changes in brian white matter, which helps connect different areas of the brain. these players had no signs or symptom of a concussion. and there are new recommendations for the safetiest way to put your baby to bed. 3500 babies die in their sleep each year in the u.s. nbc 10 national reporter erica
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edwards has the new precautions from the american academy of pediatrics. >> you are lookinging at one of the most dangerous places for a baby to sleep. >> if i had to choose one place where i would never want a baby to sleep, it would be on a coach or sofa. >> that's because babies can become trapped between the cushions or underneath a sleeping adult, who rolls over on them. the american academy of pediatrics is emphasizes the dangers of soft bedding for young babies in its new sleep safety guidelines. the experts say room sharing can reduce the risk of sides by half and now recommends babies sleep in a crib up to age 1 in the parent's room. the only thing that should be in the baby bed is the baby. for the first time, the safe sleep guidelines include a recommendation for skin to skin contact just after birth. >> we know skin to skin helps
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encourage breast-feeding and breast-feedinging is protective against these deaths. >> after mom and baby get into a good breast routine, the experts recommend giving babies pacifiers while they sleep. they have been shown to reduce the risks for sleep related deaths. up next, bring on the candy. if you've got a sweet tooth, you'll be getting plenty of satisfaction soon. the new survey that shows the most popular candy as well as each state's favorite treat. i've got more cold air headed our way. i'll let you know what to expect in my first alert forecast just ahead.
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like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. halloween means cannes di, so what is your favorite halloween treat? candy corn ranks as the top in most states accord tog a new survey of more than 4 thourk
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peop ,000 people. the orange, yellow and white treats are the number one spot for halloween favorites in five states. the highest total votes was the recease puente butter cup. those surveyed in pennsylvania picked swedish as their favorite. 7,000 tons are made each year. that's the weight of more than 19 orca whales. sour patch kids were originally named sour group kids, but were renamed in the 80s after the cabbage patch kids. delaware chose a more chocolaty treat. people in that state say their favorite is the three musketeers bar. you could call it a purchase for a purchase. next week, you're asked to shop at bloom g ding dales to help ma difference for a family in need. christine is the executive director of fred's footsteps and she's here to talk about the
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first ever shopping day at bloomingdale's to benefit fred's footsteps. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> those not familiar with your organization, tell us about how it came to be. >> fred's footstep is a local nontra provides financial support to hard working families caring for seriously ill children. we've been around for 12 years and have provided more than 4.5 million in funding. >> that's a huge number. tell us the biggest challenge with raising. >> the biggest challenge with raising money is always to get the community to know about what we're doing. and the huge impact that we're having on families in our community and really to having them understand the need out there for working class families
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who often don't qualify for other assista assistance. >> one of the reasons you're here today to s to talk about a special fund raising initiative. tell us about that. >> we're exciting to be partnering with blooming dales in king of prussia. we're doing a fashion show on the evening of november 3rd featuring holiday fashions with models from our organization. board member, committee member, some families and volunteers. some of the families we'ved will be mod ling looks, so that's exciting. that evening and the next day, 10% of all proceeds will benefit the families at fred's footstep, so we're lookinging to get people out there to enjoy the fashion show and shop that evening and the next day. >> awesome, great, with we just want to get our viewer that is information. the fashion show reception and shopping night is happening thursday, november 3rd, from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. and shopping day at blooming dales is on friday, november 4th from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.
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10% of all sales during those times are to benefit fred's footsteps. for more, head on over to our website or the nbc app. thank you so much for joining us. best luck. >> thank you for having me. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, we've seen a lot of this in the last few days. those flags blowing and this direction. bring ng the cooler air after multiple days in the 80s last week. 62 degreesing right now in philadelphia. only 57 in allentown and that's one of the places where some of the cooler air is already coming in. only one degree warmer than it was this time yesterday while philadelphia is four degrees. holly in atlantic city, five degrees warmer. just not going to warm up as much and some of the neighborhoods in delaware, many of them already into the 60s. wilmington, 63.
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middletown, 63. felton, 63. harrington and ellenreading 68 as is milton. georgetown at 68 degrees. so, some of those parts of delaware going to get to the 70-degree mark because there's much less cloud cover in delaware than what we're seeing in pennsylvania. this is that northwest flow over the great lakes. bringing some of those fair weather clouds our way, but it's not going bring any showers. there are no fronts coming in over the next couple of day and it's just a beautiful picture out there because the leaves are changing. and the colors are just spectacular especially arpd the poconos, where we're at the peak and near peak in lehigh valley and other areas north and west of philadelphia. and the best color yet to come from philadelphia southward. the current winds are ten to to miles an hour. not as windy as it has been over the last couple of days, those
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northwest winds continue to bring moisture from the great lake s, but it doesn't quite reach southeast earn pennsylvania and so, we're not expecting anything in the way of rain over the next couple of day days. but look at that snow showers up over the mountains in new england as the colder air starts to come in again. so, this is a pretty good shot of cold air that's coming in and this system is going to be bringing the rain. as we go into thursday. tomorrow, temperatures only in the 50s. tomorrow night, we're down into 30s. it's possible some parts could get into the 20 by wednesday morning. look how chilly, phoenix down to 37 degrees after a high of 55. mt. airy, 38 degrees after a high of 54 tomorrow. they say it's cool today, wait until tomorrow tomorrow night, these temperature, hardly any
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place is getting to 60 degrees tomorrow. it is just going to be a chilly, chilly day. and it's going to be fairly chilly for much of the rest of the week. that's the low the in philadelphia tomorrow night. 38 degrees. there are those high temperatures in the 50s. as go through the rest of the week and by next weekend, we may see a couple of shower, little bit milder weather, then next week, not as cold as this week. this weekend, families across our area are prepare frg halloween putting the finishing touches on costumes, buying candy for trick or treating, engaging in fall traditions and families will also be participate ng a family fun run to support special needs children. alyson is with the organization, civic grespecial athletes is teaming up with another organization for saturday's ooefbts. thank you so much for being here. >> for people who aren't sure, tell us about your ors and what you do to provide support to
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families? >> it's a fund raising non-profit that raises funds to help local special needs children. participate in all kinds of social activities and outings that they may not otherwise have the able thety to participate in. >> tell us about these activities they participate in. >> we have a sunday sports group and they come every sunday at 3:00 to the greater plymouth community center and we kind of change it up. we do hockey, scooter basketball, beach ball volleyball, tennis. we do -- >> so, a lot of good stuff. >> a lot of sports. they enjoy the sports. >> tell us about the weekend run and how people can participate in that. >>. saturday's event is the family fun run. like you said, we are co-hosting with exceptional families of exceptional children and it is a
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way r for children of all abilities and disabilities and diagnosis to come together and enjoy a friendly, low key halloween event. >> talk about just making sure everyone's included in activities. >> sure. a lot of special needs children or parents find it did i feel to get their children either involved in traditional sports of social events due to their diagnosis or their physical disab disability, so civic green is a program where we include everybody. there's no disable ility too bir too small. doesn't matter whether the it's a physical disability or a mental challenge. everybody is ined and welcome and efb is treated the same. >> all right, thank you so much. we're going to get our viewers that information for the family run. it's happening this saturday, october 29th from 10:00 a.m. until noon at the greater plymouth community center park. that's on jolly road in
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plymouth, montgomery county. for more information, head on over to our website, nbc thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> have fun on saturday. >> thank you. >> thanks. b nbc 10 puts you first with first alert's neighborhood weather. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots,
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coming up this afternoon at 3:00, a new ellen today. she welcomes actress zoey day shanl and all new at 4:00 swimmers shutout. why an olympic gold medalist is -- for spotting something that may very well have saved his life. that story and more ahead on nbc news at 4:00. now to an update on the story that we've been following all morning long. the sentencing hear iing for
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former pa attorney general kathleen kane. continues at this hour. the convicted felon had nothing to say when she arrived at the courthouse this morning. she's fighting to avoid jail time. her attorneys are pushing for probation or house arrest, but prosecutors want her to go to prison. the sentencing guidelines calls from anywhere from 12 to 24 years in jail. we'll bring you the sentence on the nbc 10 app as soon as it's handed down. nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist general hurricane shorts joining us with a final look at the weather today. >> it's pretty good looking day out there. we have some fair weather clouds, but there's not going to be any kind of rain anywhere in the region. temperatures close to average high. high around 63 degrees. maybe up to the mid-60s part of the area. tomorrow will be cooler. tuesday and then tuesday night, really chilly. >> all right. zipping down again. thank you so much for watching
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