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terror in london. right now in 6:00 dozens of people are arrested after a deadly terror attack in the uk. >> it was terrifying. >> we were about 15 minutes from where it happened. >> here at home, we're live at philadelphia international airport and talk with those who just got back from england. and one love. less than a day after the deadly attacks, another english city unites in the face of fear following its own tragedy. a city on high alert. the day after a deadly attack killed seven and hurt dozens police in london say they have made arrests. this as nbc 10 news at 6:00. i'm denise nakano. here's what we know right now. british police arrested a dozen
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people today in the widening terrorism investigation, and now isis is claiming responsibility for the attack. nbc news has not been able to independently verify that claim, but authorities say they are making significant progress in identifying the three attackers who were shot and killed by police. in all, seven people were killed and nearly 0 others hurt. the first incident happened on the london bridge where a van barreled into a crowd. the three attackers then went on a stabbing spree at a nearby market. today prime minister theresa may said while the attacks in both london and manchester two weeks ago are not directly connected, terrorism breeds terrorism. >> there is, to be frank, far too much tolerance of extremism in our country. so we need to become far more row boast in identifying it and stamping it out across the public sector and across society. >> prime minister may also said thursday's general election will
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go ahead as planned. back here at home, those arriving today at philadelphia international airport from england say the experience was terrifying and they are just happy to be back now. nbc 10's lauren mayk has been talking with the passengers all day long. >> denise, travelers i spoke with left london in the hours after this attack. some were nervous about traveling, about getting on a plane, but others anxious to get here after a scare. arriving back in philadelphia, michael johnson is feeling relieved today. >> i wanted to get back here safe. i felt safe as soon as i got on the airplane and started flying. >> he just flew back from london where an attack at the london bridge and nearby brough market happened minutes from his hotel. >> it was terrifying. >> johnson says afterwards the streets in london were eerily kwai. >> when we got off the train, it was just like a ghost town. i mean, it was -- we started walking, and then our phones
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started going off and we started reading what was happening. >> this is was third attack in three months in england. kieran hall from gloucester, england says he still feels safe. >> i trust the police in the uk and what the prime minister is trying to do. >> but it's enough to worry michele gale. >> she's in about 30 miles from london. >> you feel like you're on tenderhooks and if you see someone, do you think they have a bomb with them? >> she came to philly to visit her dad but was impressed with the security. >> it was nerve-racking but thank god we touched down alive. >> she says she feels better being in the u.s. and safer. now, this attack happened at a london landmark. i spoke with multiple people today who said they had been to the london bridge on their trip just in the days and hours before the attack. live at philadelphia international airport. i'm lauren mayk, nbc so news.
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>> lauren, thank you. in a fleury of tweets this morning president trump criticized london's mayor for saying there was no reason to be alarmed. the mayor made the comment while trying to reassure londoners about an increased presence they might see. the president tweeted at least seven dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and mayor of london says there is no reason to be alarmed. in the final tweet trump noted the attackers used a van to slam into pedestrians and then assaulted people with knives. he tweeted did you notice we are not having a gun debate right now? that's because they used knives and a truck. a spokesperson for london's mayor dismissed the tweets saying he has more important things to do than respond to donald trump's ill informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks urging londoners not to be alarmed when they saw more police, including armed officers, on the streets. nbc 10 has been covering these attacks since they started yesterday. stay with us for instant updates and new information with the nbc
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10 app. a different feeling inside a manchester cricket stadium right now. ariana grande was back on stage as part of a benefit concert paying tribute to those impacted by the deadly bombing in manchester. ♪ >> a star-studded lineup included justin bieber, coldplay, katy perry, miley cyrus and take back. the show was broadcast across the globe, and proceeds will go to an emergency new england set up by the city of manchester and the british red cross. the may 22nd attack took place outside of grande's concert in manchester. 22 people died. dozens more were hurt. grande visited some of those people who were hurt before today's concert. we have breaking news. two people are dead tonight after police found them inside a
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car with a gunshot wound to the head. investigators say it was a man and woman. this is a live look from the scene on sidney street. nobody has been arrested and the weapon has not been recovered. we do have a crew on the scene and we'll have updates on the nbc 10 app and tonight at 11:00. wet weather returns. here is a look now at the first alert weather radar. we are tracking rain and storms across the region tonight and tomorrow. first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz joins us now with the most accurate forecast. glenn, a god stretch of nice weather, but now we're back to the rain. >> yeah, and within a couple of days we'll be back to the cold temperatures to go along with the rain and the clouds. hope you got to enjoy the beaches during the weekend. it was just beautiful. it was cooler today with an onshore wind, but rain is on the way. it's been raining for hours up in lehigh valley and in the poconos. this area is spreading
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southward. it's not quite as heavy as it was a couple of hours ago. it hasn't broken up yet, but it's not quite as impressive as it was and it's still getting closer and closer coming now into northern montgomery and bucks counties, upper chester counties. this is gradually going to work its way down, and the temperature really drops as that area moves in. look. it's only 62 in allentown while it's 80 in philadelphia, so that rain starts, the temperature drops 20 degrees like that. 83 in dover right now, so it is quite a variation of weather conditions. we'll tell you all about those big changes coming this week in just a few minutes. >> we'll see you then, glenn, thank you. tomorrow in montgomery county the sexual assault trial of legendary comedian bill cosby will begin nearly two years after prosecutors reopened his case. more live from outside the
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courthouse in norristown with what to expect tomorrow. aundrea? >> reporter: denise, we're less than 24 hours away before all eyes are here at the county courthouse. if convicted bill cosby to face ten years in prison. no parking signs are are up and barriers block the entrance. the 79-year-old will come face-to-face with his accuser, andrea constand, who is expected to take the stand. >> bruce caster, a former d.a. who refused to prosecute bill cosby. >> reporter: it's a day that almost never happened. that's until montgomery county district attorney's reopened the case and filed charges in 2015 just before the statute of limitations ran out. cosby is accused of drugging and then sexually assaulting constand at his elkins park home in 2004. >> the media has presumed him guilty, not innocent. >> reporter: cosby has maintained his innocence.
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constand continued to meet with him even after the alleged assault. however, his defense will be challenged by cosby's own words during a 2006 deposition. the actor and comedian said he gave constand three blue pills to help relieve her stress and subsequently engaged in sexual activity with her. now andrea constand, the former temple women's basketball manager who was forced out of obscurity will tell her side of the story and it will be up to a jury from pittsburgh to decide what story they believe. now that trial begins tomorrow at 9:30 and is expected to last two or three weeks. the jury will be sequestered and closely monitored by the sheriff's department. reporting live in norristown, aundrea cline-thomas, neems 10 news. >> crews will be inside the courthouse tomorrow for the start of the trial. you can always use the nbc 10 app for instant notifications can and updates as it's happening. happening now in bucks count de, a waiting game between wildlife
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officials and a bear stuck in a tree. if you look closely you can see the bear moving here behind the leaves. it's about halfway up a tree over a busy street. neighbors gathered to capture the excitement. authorities tranquilized the animal but so far he's not budging. next on nbc 10 news at 6:00, a special reunion, see how they celebrate this former patient and how a 9-year-old boy and his entire family is given the chance of a lifetime.
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from the time i was pregnant with him, had so much life and energy in him. he wanted out, and he wanted to conquer the world. right now, quinton's goal is to be a doctor. it's not easy being a single parent with three kids and having to provide for them. but my son will be an amazing doctor, and he'll help people that are less fortunate. no matter where you are in your college journey, sallie mae can help you find the money you need. you can call this a miracle get-together. hundreds of former patients and families from around the country returned to children's hospital of philadelphia today to
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celebrate the life-saving treatments they received. the hospital hosted its 21st annual fetal surgery family reunion complete with carnival rides and games. next on nbc 10, getting the vip treatment. see why the fifl its hosted this special glogs ter county 9-year-old for a day he'll never forget. >> well, tracking rain and thunderstorms for tonight and tomorrow, and then we're going to add chilly weather on top of that. your first alert forecast is coming up. they'd lock you up. u cast it but that didn't stop you. you traveled far and wide, and others followed. mothers, daughters, sisters, lions. and because together you roared so loud, i know my voice matters today. this summer, come celebrate new york state's equal rights history. download our guide to plan your trip.
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megyn kelly joins nbc news with the launch of her news magazine "sunday night with megyn kelly." kelly is just back from st. petersburg, russia where she sat down with an exclusive interview with russian president vladimir putin. >> this week you floated the idea of patriotic hackers doing it. why the change?
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>> i hadn't said anything. it's just that french journalists asked me about those hackers i told them the same thing i can tell you. hackers can be anywhere. they can be in russia, in ashare, even in america, latin america. they can even be hackers, by the way, in the united states. >> you can catch the premiere of "sunday night with megyn kelly" tonight at 7:00 right after "nbc nightly news." auditions for the nbc hit show "the voice" are under way in "sex and the city" right now. ♪ >> nbc 10 at the pennsylvania convention center where auditions began at 8:30 this morning. people drove in from boston, connecticut and virginia to get a chance to audition and some people brought family and friends for support. we talked to one philly native who is hoping for the best. >> i feel good. i'm a little nervous because it is an audition and everybody --
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it's a lot of people and the line is so long and i'm feeling good. >> amber said this has been her first-time audition and she's been singing all her life wishing everyone the best of luck. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, great weekend over most of the area for most nokes. we have had some changes in northern portions of the area in the last several hours. you can see this pretty clearly. philly's got 80 degrees and clouds and just to the north and west and 60s. parts of new jersey in the 60s and low high valley in the low 60s and rain and parts of delaware 80 degrees. let's check out the neighborhood weather. there's loads of cities to show you and what a difference. in one county. 67 while it's 81 in lincoln university. euclid township is 68 and 880 in
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chadds ford and 66 in newtown. that colder air is going to be sliding down along with the rain that is on the way. now, we had a nice warm weekend. the high temperature today 82 it. tomorrow is 78, but then look at what happens to the temperature, plus we get rain on top of that. here's the first batch coming down from the north and west. it's not as heavy as it was a few hours ago, but it is a steady area rain coming right to the king of prussia from the reading area, for example and eventually coming down towards philadelphia. we have more showers in ohio, but we have two big spins in the upper atmosphere and those two are really going to mess with our weather over the next several days. here's the rain coming down this evening. most of it is not on the heavy side, but it's likely to be wet
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when you get up in the morning, and that's just the beginning of all of this h.look at this. wave after wave of wet weather. and then we have more wet weather. interesting changes coming. we've had the west wind with all that warm air, but the east wind is coming in. so we've got the rain and then we have the east to northeast winds with more rain and that's why it gets colder and colder around here. it is just going to be nasty tomorrow and much of the day. we have showers and possible thunderstorms across the area and look at that. temperatures in the 70s but much cooler for the next couple of days after that. >> all right, glenn, thank you. a south jersey boy got the vip treatment at today's phillies game. matty curtis is battling cystic fibrosis and kidney disease.
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the 9-year-old was given a behind-the-scenes view of the game complete with a family photo with the philly fanatic. danny pommells was there. >> i'm danny pommells and they sang "we are the champions" in their best freddie mercury voice. find out who is the local collegiate champion. >> see why less was more today for asdrubal cabrera. that and more coming up next in sports.
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hey, hey, danny pommells
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with you once again. philadelphia phillies going for done sective wins for the first time since april 27th against the giants. bottom second. we pick up the action. fredd freddie galvis at the dish. asdrubal cabrera, solo artist off of george kontos. cabrera five hits and six rbis in the last two. 7-7. giants storm back. in the eighth franco says we're not losing this up. his seventh. phillies take the lead on this home run and two batters later galvis back at it and the philadelphia phillies get the victory 9-7. the westchester baseball team, tip of the hat to them, won the ncaa division two championship beating san diego in grande prairie, texas. their last title came in 2012. nascar cup series. jimmie johnson forced to start from the rear because an equipment change, but here he comes in overtime and johnson
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takes the lead on a restart and cars behind start crashing. johnson wins under caution. that is your look at sports. i'm danny pommells. we'll be right back. denise, back to you. thank you so much. check in with kate snow for a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news." >> hi, nice to see you. the latest tonight on that deadly terror attack in london including the harrowing story of those who saw it. and what president trump reacted and had a he said about security in this country. also what russia's president vladimir putin is saying about the time he met former national security adviser michael flynn in that exclusive interview with megyn kell de, and an intriguing new study tonight that shows how
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ipads and other devices can actually help cancer patients live longer when we see you in just a few minutes from now on "nbc nightly news." >> looking forward to it. and we'll be right back.
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donald tmeet phil murphy,by former goldman sachs bankers. another wall street banker running for governor, whose firm helped trigger the financial meltdown that put millions out of work and out of their homes. murphy's trying to buy the election, paying off new jersey bosses. my name's john wisniewski, and i'm running for governor of new jersey. john wisniewski, the son of a millwright, who uncovered the bridgegate scandal and exposed chris christie's corruption. the choice -- insider wall street politics or main street, new jersey, values.
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glenn's back with an interesting ten-day forecast. >> yeah, very unusual, too. now we may not see the sun or at least some of you until at least friday, first of all. tomorrow is not all that cold, but we do have a thunderstorm threat. three chilly, damp days tuesday, wednesday and thursday and look at the end of the ten-day. that's three 90-degree days, so we're going to go from cool to hot. >> yeah. entire mixed bag. >> thank you, glenn. that's nbc 10 news for now. for glenn, danny and everybody here at nbc 10, i'm denise
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nakano. see you tonight at 11:00.
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test. on this sunday night, terror in london. eight minutes of horror. the van running people over on the bridge, followed by the stabbing rampage. tonight eyewitnesses talk about how they escaped the deadly attack. the prime minister declares enough is enough, while president trump criticizes the mayor of london, pushing again for his travel ban. and after it all, moments of unity and defiance as the stars turn out in manchester. one-on-one. our exclusive interview with vladimir putin. tonight megyn kelly questions the russian president about the american president and his aides. cancer lifeline. the new system that is helping cancer patients live longer, and it's right in their own hands. and oh, the places yo

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