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tear down her system. >> [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> from lost jobs to ruined reputations how viral videos are leading to a new form of justice on social media. right now at 11:00, nbc 10 just learned new details about the shooting of a 6-year-old boy in wilmington. the child's principal says the victim was shot three times and the gunman was aiming at someone else when he hit the child and his mother. >> brandon hudson has been following the story and is live at the hospital where the boy is in critical condition tonight. >> reporter: new tonight we found out this child is a kin r kindergartener. and his teachers are with the family across the street. a 6-year-old boy and his mother
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are injured in a double shooting at the intersections of spruce and east 6th streets. >> did you hear the gunshots? >> yes, seven times. >> reporter: turner who has lived here most of her life saw the 6-year-old after he was hit. >> he was bleeding. >> reporter: police say the boy's 31-year-old mother was hit in the left arm. officers searched a white suv riddled with bullet holes. the owner of this car showed us the damage. >> hit the metal of the door and the force of the bullet was so strong it cracked the window. >> reporter: the police found several shell casings. the shooting steps from a park and not far from a church and school. >> i am angry. i am hurt. and i want the people who did
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this to come forward or to be caught. >> reporter: the principal at the child's school said counsellors will be on hand to help grieving children. police have not named persons of interest or suspects at this time. i'm brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. new at 11:00, a woman seven months pregnant is in the hospital after someone shot her in front of her home. nbc 10 on the scene in philadelphia just in the past half hour. police tell us the victim was an innocent bystander shot in the leg. she is in stable condition right now. police are looking for the shooter. also tonight, her story revealed the woman who could send bill cosby to prison takes the stance and the defense is trying to take down her testimony. we take a closer look at the testimony. >> this is the first time we
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have seen her publicly. she came face-to-face with the man she says drugged and assaulted her. bill cosby silent in a black suit. his accuser, brave. the strong message today -- >> reporter: at time during the four hours of testimony, she was teary eyed. cosby sat with his hands folded sometimes looking down including when she said he gave her three blue pills to help her relax. she said i was trying to get my hands or legs to move but was frozen and then she says that cosby sexually assaulted her. later cosby's defense team worked to poke holes in her story. she admitted she continued to talk with the comedian saying i
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didn't have the colonel urage t my family so i went along with it. cosby accusers wore pins outside the courtroom. >> we were victims. >> reporter: the defense will continue to question the woman and her mother tomorrow. look for them to focus on the contact she had with cosby long after the alleged assault and inconsistencies she gave law enforcement. now to your first alert weather the sky opened up in parts of the area. most of the people in center city had their umbrellas to protect them against the pouring rain. the first alert weather team is tracking more rain that could hit your area tonight. >> we got a break today but it did not last. now we're starting to see the showers begin to come to an end. delaware you looking at shower activity and we have shower
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activity in south parts of jersey. but for the most part it is winding down. we could see another quick shower moving through the lehigh valley or burks county. let's look from wilmington to salem and lower creeks that's where we are seeing the steadiest showers right now. sprinkles in winslow. and other than that we are quiet with cloud cover in the area. here's what we're looking at this area of low pressure yesterday was above toronto. it is moving off to the east. it's on the backside of it we're getting the showers in the back wash. by 1:00 in the morning, a few sprinkles out there. by the time you go to work at 7:00 we're just going to see cloud cover maybe an isolated sprinkle and a little bit of sunshine may peek through the clouds. we'll talk about that when i come back. in south jersey, a woman shot and killed a bus driver before taking her own life.
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the woman killed the driver here at the bus garage in washington township. shortly after, she took her own life. we are working to find out the motive behind the shooting. now to division 2017. voer voe voters have decided who will be moving on. kim guadano will face off against phil murphy. camden voters went to the polls to choose their next mayor. frank moran topped the two other democrats. he will replace the current mayor. in atlantic city the race for mayor is too close to call tonight. 100 votes separating marty small
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and frank gilliam. voters in delaware made a big money decision tonight. they approved an $11 million referendum for the colonial school district. the voters chose candidates for the new jersey state assembly. you can follow the results on our website and on the nbc 10 app. french leaders are considering tougher security measures after a hammer wielding man attacked two police officers outside of notre dame cathedral. france has been under a state of emergency since november of 2015 after coordinated terror attacks
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killed more than 100 people. an escaped prisoner who sent police on a two-day manhunt in bucks county is in custody tonight. someone spotted him sleeping in a pickup truck on county line road in warrenton. that forced a school district to go on lockdown. a few hours later. police got a 911 call saying he saw selby hiding in the bushes near a town home community. >> the police officer turned on county line road from kansas and i'm screaming at him he just crossed the road boo the neighborhood there. >> the officers surrounded selby and put him back in handcuffs. guilty on all counties that's the verdict against a man accused of sexually assaulting six girls in the same family. he was found guilty of 17 counts including child rain. he fathered who children with one of the girls. the parents gifted their oldest
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daughter to him because he helped them out financially. a sentencing date has not been set. we are getting a first hand look at a project in montgomery county that commissioners will say will relieve traffic and improve safety. neighbors got to review the plans and talk about the project that includes adding new signals and turn lanes along with adding an eastbound lane between church and manna road. philadelphia firefighters and paramedics union has a new boss. he was sworn in tonight along with other union officers. nbc 10 was at the ceremony at the union hall in spring garden. marks won the election by a landslide. today marks 73 years since d-day. on june 6, 1941, 160,000 allied troops stormed the beaches of
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normandy france essentially marking the beginning of the end of world war ii. a ceremony was held at the memorial in d.c. nearly 4500 americans were killed in the invasion. also tonight, social media outrage helps capture the kids who mocked and punched a man with disabilities. now we learned who of the teens could be responsible for another attack. you guys are booep [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> a profanity-laced tirade viewed more than 2 million times. now this local woman's behavior shedding a spotlight on the dangers of viral videos. packed in, overheated and nowhere to go. the subway disaster that had riders trying to claw their way out.
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three boys who police say appear in this video punching a mentally challenged man in the face are in police custody tonight. the video shows a group of boys surrounding the man and repeatedly sucker punching him in the head. this is a friend of the victim. he says the attack also hit him hard. >> it sends chills up my body and really hurts. he doesn't deserve it. he's a good guy and he's very friendly. for them to do that to him, it's wrong. >> police picked up three boys ages 12 to 15 while they were at school today and they are looking for a fourth suspect. two of the suspects involved in the incident are also connected to an attack on a school principal who was hit in the face with a brick while trying to break up a fight. that video was shared all over social media to help find the attackers. it's the latest cautionary tale
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of social media. >> [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> reporter: her profanity laced outburst caught on camera, a local tv production employee. >> i work in a [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> reporter: now internet famous and out of a job and facing felony charges. police say she spat on a club manager then kicked and verbally harassed a very patient philly cop. >> i was capturing the moment. >> reporter: we spoke with the comedian who shot the video more that two million views in the past two days. >> she was just cursing them out. at that point i pulled out my cell phone. >> it's why society hates you.
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>> there are cameras everywhere. >> reporter: internet branding experts say this is another example of an online moment harming a real reputation. >> that's what people's first impressions are. >> reporter: but you don't need to be caught behaving badly, that's the lesson that incoming students at harvard learned this week. ten incoming freshmen had their admission offers rescinded after seeing offensive memes they posted online. >> if you are looking to get into college or get a job you want that to represent you in the best way possible. this now is being called the subway ride from hell. passengers trying to break out of a new york city subway train after being stuck for an hour
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with no power and no air-conditioning. passengers used their fingers to force over the car doors and windows. a witness said that the windows were fogged over and everyone was dripping with sweat and begging to get out. a mechanical issue was to blame. tonight in center city a fashion show for a good cause. the hope's night out fundraiser. the event provides professional clothing and job search support for those transitioning to the work force. a special preview for a popular and secretive dinner party held every year. the party included a table decorating contest. those who get invited find out the location just before it
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takes place. all the guests wear all white. last year 5,000 took part in the picnic at the art museum. who you going to call? it's the second week of the outdoor movie series at penn's landing. tonight's movie "ghostbusters." some put up with the elements to watch that classic movie. next week is "dazed and confused." before that we have rain lingering in areas tonight. >> and a temperature jump in the coming days. >> i'm not sure we'll know what to do with the 90s. it will be a shock to the system. today did not make it out of the 60s. it was a dreary day out there. we do have showers hanging a around the area. not the heavy rain we saw earlier, but nonetheless if you
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are in northern delaware you are saying what are you talk about? it is still showering there. in newark and middleton and wilmington where a few stink also. for the most part it is quieting down. it is associated with this area of low pressure. yesterday it was to the north of toronto. it is slowly drifting eastward and it is creating the showers moving through area. we have a little bit of cloud tonight. and we hit a high of 69 for a high and should be at 80. the highest wind gust was 20 miles an hour and picked up .2 inch of rain. 56 degrees out there. the winds out of the east to 10 miles an hour. 55 in mt. holly and trenton at
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55. only 47 up in the southern poconos, though. let's go hour by hour and get you ready for tomorrow and beyond. we will be looking at winds coming in out of the north. the temperature tomorrow only in the 60s. but, by thursday, we have clouds and sun and we make into the low and mid-70s and we start on friday, the forecast models bring a sprinkle through. i'm doubtful about that. and we are going to be in the low 80s on friday and hitting the 90s by the time we get into the second half of the weekend. 69 today, 65 tomorrow. but then we climb all the way up to 86 by saturday. we are going to see rain showers out there. 55 in philadelphia. south jersey, 52 and in delaware, 53 degrees. for tomorrow, we'll see clouds with a few peeks of sunshine. isolated sprinkle early.
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lehigh valley, 65, the jersey shore coming in at 62 and 64 for all of you in delaware. the ten day on 10, don't grin too much when you see the 90s. 65 tomorrow, 80 on friday. 86 on saturday and not one, not two, not three, but four. i sound like a '90s salesperson. it's a big warmup. get ready for it. >> we will. crashing in. one customer learns that having the window seat isn't always a good thing. [hissing] uh- i- [sound of wrench] [intricate guitar riff]
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that man hurt his shoulder and had a few cuts and bruises but he is expected to be okay. >> yeah, really lucky there. >> a hard push. john clark with a look at sports. mike schmidt caused a controversy with comments about odubel herrera. and seeing double again tonight. the phillies do two big things for the first time this season. and a meeting that paid off. that is next.
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i'm john clark from csn. what a difference a calendar montana makes. they win four strikes and back to back road games since last
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september. starting to clap for kendrick. that one is gone. a few innings later, odubel herrera another double. that is seven doubles in his last three games and the last nine hits all for extra bases. aaron nola is the first pitcher to pitch into the eighth inning this year. phillies win 3-1. pete mccannen had a meeting with nola. >> challenged them to pitch the way they are capable of pitching. >> did you rough them up? >> oh, yeah, no, i just wanted to pose them a challenge. wake up, we know you're better than this. start doing it. >> they listened. controversy with mike schmidt. he apologized to odubel herrera. mike was asked today on wip
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radio could you build a team around odubel? >> my honest answer to that would be no because of a couple of things, first of all it's a language barrier and you know, because of that, i think he can't be a guy that would, you know, sort of sit in a circle with four, five american players and talk about the game. >> mike said his comments were disrespectful to herrera alays. i'm sorry that this occurred. odubel is disappointed. >> transoawayer, i dw hon is one of the greatest but i don't agree with hthis ead
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