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and a royal relative of princess grace kelly returns to her pennsylvania home. >> right now at 5:00, vandals target the neighborhood of pennsylvania senator pat toomey, messages of hate were painted on the sides of two separate homes. >> the senator's own home wasn't hit, but neighbors say the vandals were trying to send a message. >> reporter: these victims are long time friends of the toomeys, but they tell me have they no idea why their homes
were targeted. >> the jarring red spray paint had a clear message, calling republicans nazis and racists. >> they were cowardly enough to do this in the middle of the night. >> jennifer and her family found the damage early this morning. >> there's no place in this country for voter intimidation. that undermines or democracy. >> reporter: across the street toomey's house was left unscathed, neighbors say the suspects may have been confused, the homes on this block are strikingly similar. >> the people who live on this street are wonderful people and it's a shame that politically motivated people would do something like that. >> reporter: jennifer has to explain this to her two teenaged
kids, both closely following this election for the first time. >> what we're really trying to tell them is that this is not appropriate behavior. >> reporter: she says the country fwheeneeds to come toge in this election and sclusz the issues. >> americans against the republican party. we should note democrat katie mcginty's campaign also came out with a statement condemning this behavi behavior. the family says they're likely to have to replace all the siding on this side of the house. a man and woman are dead after a shooting with police in maryland. it happened on pulaski state highway. the officers were serving a warrant when the shooting
happened. tim furlong has been following this story, he'll have a live report in about 30 minutes. for the third time in seven days, criminals have targeted a center city landmark. next 10 was first on the scene after a break in at the clothing store boyds, and we found windows smashed. the thieves hit the window on chestnut street. they made off with expensive purses and jackets. the latest crime has left many in the area on edge. >> did a lot of iner city places, i have worked in the bronx, so i know there's a lot of hurt and pain and people don't have things they need to get by, but doing this is not okay. >> nbc 10's cydney long has been working this story all day, how people live in the area are reacting to all. that's coming up at 6:00.
we have now learned the name of the teen who shot a man during a robbery at rittenhouse square. police say he shot and wounded a man who tried to break up a robbery at the park last tuesday. police say another man was involved but hasn't been caught. new video captures the man investigators say damaged a historic philadelphia building, you can see him walking off with a brass railing stolen from the union league in center city, this was early yesterday morning, he was last seen carrying the six-foot piece on sampson street. this is what the staircase looked like after that theft. you can see part of the staircase actually crumbled. police have not yet arrested anyone. now the center city crime wave is the talk of the town, there was even a community safety meeting last night, again, coming up new at 6:00, we'll look at what's happening in
center city. we felt a dip in the temperatures today, but get ready to bundle up even more for tomorrow morning. >> sheena parveen is tracking your chilly neighborhood forecast. >> we have the frost in the forecast tomorrow, we have the freezing temperatures in the forecast tomorrow. so before you head out, have the jacket and you're going to want the jacket through the afternoon, it's going to stay cold through the entire day tomorrow. for the morning hours, frosty conditions everywhere, but we have the freeze warnings everywhere north and west of philadelphia. these are the pennsylvania suburbs, the reason for the warning, many spots will be close to freezing. the philadelphia area more like the mid to upper 30s, but if you're in south jersey area, like vineland, you'll have frost on the ground tomorrow. it's going to be the coldest
start to the day for many areas that we have seen so far. we're looking at back to the west, right around minneapolis, it's a few days away, but once it gets closer, it will catch some of those cold canadian air, we'll show you who may be able to see that in our full forecast coming up in a bit. decision 2016 coverage with just two weeks left in the election, a new nbc news/survey monkey poll shows hillary clinton holding on to a lead. it shows the democratic nominee 50% to trump's 46%. vice president joe biden worked to drum up support four hillary clinton today. the vice president went on the
attack against trump, he told the crowd that the republican nominee's comments about women and election rigging are hurting the nation's reputation around the world. the world is wondering what are we doing. no, no, no, by the way, this is deadly ernest, because he's already damaging us. he's already damaging us, right now, doing harm to the united states of america. >> the vice president also said there hasn't been enough focus on the real issues. pennsylvania senate race is getting national abecause becau could shift the balance of power in philadelphia. pat toomey is battling democrat katie mcginty. analysts are looking to see if that leads to a wave that affects races downballot. >> if democrats are able to pick up the seat in pennsylvania, it
moves them one step closer to the u.s. senate. >> the latest polls have the race so tight it's unclear who's actually in the lead. the state senate just approved a bill allowing beer distributors to sell beer in any amount, including six-packs and growlers. earlier this year, the state passed a law allowing convenience stores and supermarkets to sell beer and wine. some say the change is well overdue. >> the convenience stores and the grocery stores who have no experience at this point in selling alcoholic products are able to sell those products and i don't see why a distributor with the experience that we have shouldn't have that same opportunity. >> from here the bill goes to the house, no word on whether the governor will sign it. new information tonight on pennsylvania's medical marijuana program, today the state
announced temporary regulations for growers dispensaries. they cover packaging, storing and transporting. >> that's critically important, in any of my past business ventures, staying connected with the patient is ultimately what it's about. huge challenge to stay connected. >> the state's medical marijuana program went into effect earlier this year and is expected to take two years to implement. more than 100 officers will be stopping traffic in bear, rehoboth and seaport. it was a home fit for a princess. now royalty has returned to philadelphia.
prince albert of monaco has bought his mother grace kelly's former home. coming up at 5:00, we ask what's next for this royal real estate. plus police in this area are calling it a miracle. two boys survive after their father grabs them and jumps off the bridge. we'll hear how they're doing and what's next for the family. most people owe the bank.
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man. it happened back on october 16, but police are just releasing this video today. if you see this man, don't approach him, call 911 immediately. >> a father is dead after police say he intentionally jumped off a bridge with his young sons. >> the boys survived, but they were seriously injured. the oldest 3 years old, the youngest just 2. >> reporter: both children are now recovering in the icu and police say it's a miracle they survived this 100 foot drop. police have identified the father and police say they were called to his home after a domestic disput. officers found him using his phone's gps, his car was parked over the bridge but he had
already jumped along with his 3-year-old and 1-year-old son. miraculously the two boys survived, some trees may have cushioned their fall. but the father did not sure view. police say they never suspected anything was wrong. >> something had to go wrong. they looked loving. but they really did, but you just don't know what goes on behind eclosed doors. >> we want to show you this post from facebook, he had posted when his son had a health scare, do not take life for granted, you never know when you will take your last breath. right now a lot of neighbors are struggling to come to terms with what he did to his two young sons. outside st. joseph's medical
center, nbc 10 news. >> police say the family did not have a history of exidomestic violence. tonight the east greenboro city -- and form their own force. the mayor says a shared police force is placing two heavy a tax burden on the community. tonight's meeting is at 7:30 at the middle school. let's take a lye look at it the -- the indians and cubs face-off in game one of the world series. fans of both teams are ready. they are wrapped in blankets, they eve got hoodies. the indians and cubs have both faced championship droughts. the indians last won the title in 1948, the cubs 40 years before that in 1908. luckily the phillies are a little more successful than that
recently. from the diamond to the gridiron, because nbc 10 is your official eagles television station. >> and we'll have exclusive coverage before and after sunday's game against the cowboys, it starts at 9:30. then the came starts at 10:00. then our live postgame show s. >> let's talk about the weather first, it's cold, getting even colder. sheena parveen said something about snow? is it that time, seriously? >> if you're in the poconos, you have the best chance of seeing some snowflakes, but either way, rain would be coming immediately after, so it would really be washing anything away. in the meantime, we have cold temperatures for tonight, we are looking at cloudy skies, temperatures are getting colder.
53 in philadelphia, 54 for many of our neighborhoods in the suburbs. taking a look at our south jersey neighborhoods only about 53 degrees. vorhees 53 degrees, lumberton coming in at 53, and princeton 51 degrees. and these numbers will be droppi dropping ovrpt tonight. we have freeze warnings for our pennsylvania neighbors and delaware. here's 7:00 tomorrow morning, around freezing through our pennsylvania suburbs, pottstown 32, philadelphia 37, many neighborhoods in new jersey, interior new jersey could be within a couple of degrees of
freezing, tomorrow afternoon, highs will only be around 50 degrees again. then we go through thursday morning, not as cold, but we could still have some areas in the 30s. today we're going to stay dry, tomorrow we're going to stay dry. this area of low pressure is moving through minneapolis, as it gets closer to us, it's going to tap some of that canadian air. so take a look at what's happening the cold air is moving in, some milder air does start to move in from the south. so we're going to see the bottom half of this system remain mostly rain. now we go into thursday morning, notice how the poconos, maybe the lehigh valley, we'll have to watch that very closely, could see a bit of a mix, that purple
color, that showins you where t snow would be. there you see the rain coming right behind it. so if tthe rain is going to mov any way. you can see the rain through thursday night, that colder air drops down for the end of the week. tomorrow sunny, 52 degrees for a high. thursday rainy, by friday we're drawing upper 50s, pennsylvania suburbs tomorrow, mid 50s, lehigh valley, 57, if you're in new jersey or delaware or along the show. rain comes thursday and by friday. we're still cool until the etched of the week, coming up we'll look at the weekend
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. today donald trump slammed the -- the government says americans, most of them who bye insurance on the exchanges can
benefit from subsidies to ease the burden of the price hike, but trump says if he's elected, he'll ask congress to repeal obama care and replace it with another program. >> you're going to have such
great health care at a fraction of the cost and it's going to be so easy. >> hillary clinton has said she wants to keep obama care but make improvements. donald trump isn't the only- >> tom costello is taking a closer look at obama care. >> it's never as easy as a sound bite, when trump says it will be cheap and easy, nothing in health care is cheap and easy. in pennsylvania, costs are up 50%. every private insurance company is raising prices, every employer is raising prices. but we're seeing obama care struggling because we haven't seen enough younger healthy
people to buy in to counter the older population who needs health kir. those who can't get insurance, are also in greatest need. and if you don't have enough younger people to support it, that's a challenge. some insurance company are saying, we're out, we can't operate in the state if we don't have enough younger healthy people. we have seen everybody raising prices on insurance, but obama care struggling because they don't have enough young healthy people. the vast majority of people who get obama care qualify for tax credits, because they're generally poorer. and as a result, those tax credits will actually offset the higher premiums. >> it bears repeating, the
statistic you quoted here in philadelphia, 55% is what rates are expected to jump. >> on obama care. >> and you can see tom's full report on nbc "nightly news" with lester holt it starts at 6:30 right after nbc 10 news at 6:00. >> shields up and guns drawn, the scene of deadly shooting at this motel after police fire on two suspects the delaware. that's next on nbc 10 news at 5:00.
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elkton county. police believe both suspects were from there and were wanted for crimes there. >> reporter: what we have learned in the last hour and a half is more about this connection to delaware. police were looking at them for an incident involving drugs. it was quite a scene for the people who saw it. >> it was like pop, pop, pop. >> reporter: a police shoot-out at the elkton motel. police were serving a warrant on a man and his girlfriend. >> they knocked on their door, announced their presence. >> reporter: through to the window of the motel room u one of the officers saw the man draw a handgun. >> it's the craziest thing i have ever seen, somebody reached
out of the corner and started shooting and that's when everybody was shooting back. >> reporter: after police shot the male suspect, his 25-year-old girlfriend came out and she also pointed a gun and police shot her down too. >> both suspects were seen raising their weapons towards the police officers and the police officers fired. >> reporter: the southbound side of route 40 is still closed. police are on the balcony conducting their investigation. after the incident in dover, delaware, police searched the man's home, found guns, 2,000 bags of heroin, lots of marijuana, a whole bunch of stuff in that house. they tracked him to this motel in elkton. a chilly day, a windy day outside, and do you know what? it's going to get worse
mornings. >> sheena parveen has your neighborhood forecasts, and some areas we're talking about frost. >> temperatures at or below freezing in some of our pennsylvania neighborhoods and our jersey neighborhoods. right now we're at 53 in philadelphia, dover got the warmest at 50 degrees. as we go through tonight, temperatures will be getting colder by 11:00 p.m. we could already have some areas in the upper 30s like allentown, quakertown, exton, redding, wilmton 44 by 11:00 p.m. we'll be seeing temperatures freezing by around 5:30, and they could stay around freezing until 7:30.
atlantic city, above freezing, but interior sections, our pennsylvania suburbs and the new jersey neighborhoods can expect frost. >> the northeast extension is back open after four track for trailer collided. sky force 10 was over the scene near the quakertown interchange. it's not clear how many people were injured, but officials say they all are expected to be okay. the cause of the crash is under investigation. the driver of this truckload with cows jackknifed and flipped over. nine of 16 cows on board survived the crash. police say the driver did not load the cows properly.
septa and union workers are being urged to stay at the table. 5,700 septa bus drivers, subway and trolly operators. the current contract expires midnight, october 31st. if workers do walk off the job, septa's regional rail service would not be affected. in just a few hours, we'll learn who will be named delaware's 2017 teacher of the year. governor jack marquel will make the announcement. the winner will be selected from the state's 9,000 teachers. nbc 10 at chris jana high school. the senator walked the halls and
spoke with students and teachers. >> the idea of coming here to see what the challenges are, and what the opportunities are and how we can make sure that students are learning. >> the program pairs schools with local leaders that build partnerships within the community. neighbors had a royal visitor today. neighbors spotted prince charles of monaco. mplgsz from the stage to the ballot box, justin timberlake let his fans know he's a proud voter. why are police now scolding him for it?
a birthday surprise for hillary clinton at a rally in florida today. the crowd began singing "happy birthday" to the democratic nominee. she turns 65 tomorrow. clinton also urged people to vote early if possible in florida. it says 1.6 million people have already cast their ballots. slightly more republicans have voted than democrats. and new jersey is the only state in the area who allows early voting in person. early voting is allowed in new jersey until november 5. we know justin timberlake cast his vote today. he posted in selfie urging
people to get out and vote. kentucky has a law about using a camera inside polling locations. they're thrilled justin can't stop the feeling, but they say voters should object use their phones to help them vote. it's been 200 days since villanueva basketball brought home another national championship. >> the big question is can the wildcats make magic happen again. we'll hear from the players at my alma mater as they get ready for a new season.
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. college basketball season right afternoon the corner. for fannings of villanueva, they're the reigning champions. >> let's take a look at what happened that moment in april. so if we forget here, that's my voice and that's me dancing around like crazy. i went from professional to fan boy in 1.2 seconds. i can't watch that video enough,
but my wildcats are focused on the future. >> the players spoke today, john clark joins us now from csn. and they've got to be feeling pretty good about this season. >> i don't know how many exact days it's been since the national championship. it's been over six months now since villanueva won that national championship. and the attitude is very simple for the cats. they're going with one mindset. they're no longer champions, it's over, it's a new season. villanueva held their media event today. they have lost senior leaders, you see them right there celebrating, but they have josh hart and chris jenkins returning for their senior seasons. the players don't want to live off their one national championship and be fat cats. they're hungry for more.
>> that confidence is inside them, that experience is inside them. you're never going to take that away. usually it's harder to control your ego than it is to pump somebody up. so the challenge is really our ego and staying humble and still staying hungry to get better. because no matter what you did last year, everyone's a different person this year. >> manage the egos, that's the big thing. the villanueva players will get their championship rings this friday night at villanueva's annual hoops mania night at the pavilion. and i think i know where keith will be friday night if they let you go over there. >> i was going to call in sick, and you just blew it. john clark, thank you so much. let's get an update on your first alert neighborhood
forecast, from meteorologist sheena parveen. >> as we go into tomorrow morning, we have a freeze warning, so jacket in the morning, you'll need it through the afternoon. it's still going to be pretty chilly in the afternoon. but by thursday, we'll be looking at rainy and chilly weather. thursday is our next chance of rain, it's going to be followed by rain, so that will help to wash it away. is weekend, we could be back in the 70s, so we will have a warmup in the forecast. for tonight, frosty conditions across the area, widespread, here's a look at the freeze warning. we could be down to 31 in pottstown, west chester within a couple of degrees, even in our new jersey neighborhoods, many of our new jersey neighborhoods, but the frost that can be expected pretty much everywhere. tomorrow afternoon, temperatures
not getting very warm. 52 fairmount. redding 52 degrees there. pretty much around the low 50s for most of the area. egg harbor city, 53, if you're in newark or dover, expect temperatures around 54 degrees to start the morning. this weather system is around the dakotas, it's near minneapolis now, but there's only rain with it now. but as it gets closer, it will hit some of that canadian air, and that's when we'll start seeing things changing. 7:30 tomorrow morning, there you see temperatures around freezing, frost will be widespread around the afternoon. clouds moving, going into your thursday. thursday 10:00 a.m., the pink and the purple up in the poconos, the lehigh valley wouldn't be surprised if there
wasn't a very brief period of sleet. then it gets taken over by rain as temperatures start to warm up, by the afternoon rain moves in, by thursday night, some of that rain could be locally heavy. only in the upper 50s on friday. so we're dry tomorrow, thursday the rain, friday we're drying in philadelphia, near 60 degrees. pennsylvania suburbs dry, thursday the rain moves in, friday we're drying e lehigh valley, same thing there as well as along the shore. now we go into the weekend, and that's where we're talking about 70s, 70 for philadelphia saturday, 74 sunday, the roast of the area around the 70s, low 70s, and by monday, halloween, nice and dry, temperatures in your low 60s. also coming up tonight, grace kelly wasn't just a
celebrity, she was royalty and she grew up right here in philadelphia. >> now her son prince albert is making connections by buying her former home. we take a look back to the past and plans for the future. robert kearney: i fought for my
country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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. royalty returned to philadelphia today. >> prince charles bought the property where grace kelly grew up. >> deanna durante has more on the future of this beautiful estate. >> prince albert of monaco arrived at the home where his mother was raised. >> once we're finishinged with the renault vases we'll make it
available from time to time for people to see it. but it will not be a museum. >> reporter: most of it is as his grand parents have left it. >> the wallpaper and paint in the front hall is the same as it was in 1955. >> kelly family members gathered for what was called a private family event and toured the how long and grounds for about an hour and a half. the family thinks it will take about a year before the renovations are complete. the historical society approached prince albert several years ago about the prospect of buying the house. the problem then, the house wasn't two sale. >> it was the intention of the palace to purchase the property. so we were very excited about that, but we really didn't say
anything publicly about it because it wasn't yet accomplished and unfortunately the owner of the house died. >> but once the estate was settled, prince albert moved to put the house back in the family. coming up next at 6:00, why a local family wants a portion of a jersey shore beach shut down. also ahead, windows smashed, high end merchandise stole on. we're in center city with another crime that has people concerned. >> to make people feel good, i think is good. >> sheela allen-stephens had a remarkable impact on people in the region.
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center city becomes a crime wave. too close to call, it's one of the hottest senate races in the country tonight. nbc 10 looks at why this race is so important to washington. three big developments in center city crime fighting, a major height at boyds, the front window smashed. the suspect calmly walks down the street with brass in hand. plus new information about the shooting in rittenhouse square, tonight what we learned about the alleged shooter. >> three crimes in seven days, the most recent this morning. it has people in center city
scared. >> what people are saying about all of this crime happening in center city? >> reporter: for residents who live here, people who work right here in center city, they tell me their sense of safety and security feels somewhat shattered, much like the store front here on chestnut this morning. >> a high end heist, the smash and grab of high end handbags and other merchandise at boyds. they smashed the store front with a car. >> there are cameras everywhere. >> reporter: repair crews spent hours fastening up the broken glad. vandalism of the union league staircase has locals feeling undone. >> i don't see them walking the beat as much here as they do in the outer city. >> reporter: and nearby business