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police open up an investigation into possible hazing at a high school in chest county. now authorities are focusing on the football team. and students say it's damaging their academic image. debate showdown donald trump is coming off the bench and making a return to the stage but the republican may have a new target tonight as marco rubio is surging in the polls just ahead of the new hampshire primary. good morning this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this saturday. let's get the right our weekend weather first. we'll get to breaking news in just a moment. we check in karen thomas. a little bit cold out there. >> you want to bundle up. especially if you're heading outside this morning. the winter parka, hat, gloves a good idea as temperature readings right now in and around upper 20s. 30 degrees in philadelphia. clear skies out there waiting for the sun to couple. beautiful live shot of boat house row. 24 degrees in the northeast. 23 in. 20 in wrightstown. a little colder in the poconos
in the teens and quaker town and mount pocono. bumping up to the mid-40s athe region as we move on through our saturday. satellite radar has us dry but a guy cirrus clouds. we're looking for sun and clouds for a good portion of our afternoon warming up to 42, 45 degrees. really just a typical february, not bad at all. we'll stay dry today with within out of the southwest. to ten miles per hour. forecast gets interesting come monday. stick around i'll be back with the seven day. >> now to breaking news from philadelphia's point breeze neighborhood where a cab driver was shot crashed his van. nbc 10 drew smith is live on the scene. drew, you spoke to a witness out there? >> reporter: yeah. she heard this happen. it was actually a crash that alerted her to the shooting and the incident out here. can you take a look at the cab driver right here the cab car right here on morris street.
the tire you can see is flat. it's kind of smashed away and there's some cars right behind there that are also damaged. we got some new information. the cab dispatcher said the cab's last pick up was at broad and morton about a five minute drive from here. we're block up from point breeze avenue. this happened at 3:30 this morning. police telling us a 38-year-old man was shot here and he is in stable condition. but there was no arrest. police came. they picked up that cabbie and got him the hospital. listen to what a witness says happened next. >> came outside to see what was happening and i saw a cab in the middle of the street and there were people in the cab saying let us out, let us out and they were kicking and rocking the cab. >> reporter: that witness told us that those two witnesses walked away from the scene. she said that she was telling them that they should stop and
speak to police like she did. she just gave a statement to detectives who are still here on the scene just behind our camera. so she wanted to know where those folks go. we'll talk to police and ask them what they are looking for now in terms of suspect or suspects. we're live in point breeze. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. >> morning police in chester county are looking into hazing allegations involving the football team at conestoga high school. investigators tell us the alleged hazing involved current and former players, but they won release any further details. the school district said they are working with law enforcement but so far the school has not conducted its own investigation. we spoke to some students last night who say the hallways are buzzing about the allegations but one senior tells us they are not true. >> the thing here is that with the football team they are boys in the locker room, you know, stupid things are going to happen but nothing to the degree that is going around.
>> the allegations come after a recent sexting scandal at the cool in which one conestoga student was charged with sending sexually explicit images. student say the alleged incidents is hurt the school's reputation for academic excellence. >> our students work hard. they get insane grades. to be back in the news for all this negative stuff, it's like ruining the school's really good reputation. >> as for the alleged hazing the school district is telling parents to call authorities if their children have any information. let's head now to norristown where the community is mourning the loss of a 12-year-old boy who was killed trying to rescue his father from a raging house fire. the boy rushed back into his burning home looking for his dad. the father escaped but the boy did not. 12-year-old sanford harling went back into that street on markley street yesterday morning.
his father was recovering from surgery and harling thought that maybe his dad was trapped. but the father jumped from a window. >> kids like sanford they just want to succeed, they want tube part of positive things. sanford was resilient. just always active. always involved. >> as the family makes plans for funeral arrangements and to find a place to live, a go found me page has raised more than $15,000 for them. sky force 10 was over the scene last night where a man was shot right in of his house. at ground level you can see a number of police officers doing their investigation in voorhees. no word on the victim's condition and what led up to the shooting. a developing story from overseas. 11 people including an instant
are dead and00 more are hurt after an earthquake struck taiwan early this morning. the 6.4 magnitude quake toppled two high rise residential buildings. most people were asleep when the earthquake hit. video from the city of tainan shows firefighters and crews rescuing people from the rubble. what you're seeing right now are some babies who survived the ordeal. crews also used cranes to search dark areas of the collapsed building for any survivors. people across the island of taiwan and as far away as mainland china saying they felt the quake. back here, an urban terrorist. that's what upper darby's police chief is calling this man you see right here. he's accused of trying to rob a 7/eleven. the suspect is accused of shooting a clerk thursday night at a store on long lane in upper darby. the suspect did not get away with any money. >> the time is 6:06.
he o . good saturday morning. if you're heading out early this morning take eight easy. may have slick spots on secondary roads, sidewalks, some phrasing from the melting we had yesterday, the snow pack and had cold temperatures overnight waking up early this morning. you see cold temperatures are still with us in the teens in the poconos. 30 degrees in philadelphia. mainly in the 20s every where else. we're dry. satellite radar showing that we're dry for now. just a few light wispy clouds
around in the west and south. stay mainly with sun and clouds for our saturday forecast. there's the good news. 43 to 45 degrees for high temperatures across region. we'll stay dry. wind out of the southwest, five to ten miles per hour. but we do have an interesting start to next work week when we are talking snowfall. i'll be back with a look at the seven day forecast in just a bit. big events in our area are wrapping up this weekend. one of them is the philadelphia you a though show. everything from classic cars to prototype vehicles are on display right now at the pennsylvania convention center. it runs today and tomorrow. down at the shore atlantic city boat show is in its final two days at the ac convention center. hundreds of water craft are on display. also workshops, seminars and apparently an indoor pond for casting lessons. all right. in philadelphia here's the blue cross river rink at penn's landing. they got a big weekend.
they are gearing up for super bowl. there's ice skating and arcade games for the kids plus brought in big screen tvs to watch the big game. drafts for adults are just for you bucks. it happens tomorrow from 6:00 to 10:30 at night. next deadly crane collapse. why witnesses say this construction accident in manhattan could have been much worse. and the problem the aftermath is causing this morning. plus it is debate night. we'll break town the gop race for the presidential nomination ahead of the new hampshire primary.
club in tampa, florida. police say they believe a dispute led to the gunfire. no further details. now to some new video of a dramatic rescue on a california bridge. a man was spotted walking on the edge of the fresno bridge. the man slipped and the officer ran to grab him. they struggled and the man to throw himself off the edge. two men in a truck stopped to help. the man was finally taken into cuss. some streets in manhattan remain closed this morning after that dead crane collapse. one person is dead and three others are hurt after the 15 story crane toppled yesterday morning. the crane was being lowered and secured because of winds. they were topping out aintrod a miles per hour. the crane landed on some parked cars stretched over two blocks.
it was like an earthquake. it was really trembling all over. this could have been incredible, much bigger accident that could have killed so more people. >> the collapse did kill a 38-year-old mathematician who worked on wall street. two by standers hit by debris are in serious condition while a third person has some minor injuries. investigation into what cause this collapse is ongoing. out west the coast guard is searching for three people who were on board two small planes that collided off the coast of los angeles. rescuers did find debris but there's no sign of any survivors. the mid-air collision happened a3:30 yesterday afternoon. searchers belief the wreckage may be in 80 to 90 feet of water. this morning we have some new information on a mass killing in chicago. police now say they believe six family members found beaten to death inside their home on
thursday were targeted for murder. the victims include four adults and two ages 10 and 13. police say the killings could have happened during a robbery or domestic incident. they say there's no sign of forced entry and that the home had not been ransacked. crews in arizona have recovered the body of a man who fell into a singer hole. witnesses say the man disappeared in a field after walking behind his farming vehicle. the hole what swallowed the victim was 50 feet across and 15 feet deep. field was being irrigated and may have caused the sinkhole. now to decision 2016. tonight is debate night for the republican presidential candidate in new hampshire. the primary there is on tuesday. the latest survey shows senator marco rubio gaining quite a bit of ground. the nbc/"the washington
post"/maris poll shows rubio surging. speaking of chris christie the new jersey governor is hoping to finish in the top of candidate in new hampshire. he spent quite a bit of time there. he told rachel maddow there are distinct differences among voters in iowa, new hampshire and even in the garden state. >> iowans are very laid back. new hampshire more emotive. new jerseyans i never have to wonder how i'm doing. new hampshire folks won't interrupt yebs september with laughter. new jersey folks will interrupt you in the middle of an answer that's crap. >> governor chris christie is polling in the single digits in new hampshire following a tenth place finish in the iowa caucuses. nbc 10's george spencer issing to new hampshire for frierm. can you watch his live report starting tomorrow night. in washington, democrats in
the are urging president obama to boost the government's response to the zika virus outbreak. yesterday the senators sent the president a letter calling for him to come up with a plan to battle the spread of the virus both here at home and abroad. the zika health emergency began in brazil last year. it's now causing birth defects in center america and mexico and there is one case in texas. mosquitos transmit the virus but there's growing evidence it can be passed to others through sexual contact. the cdc is now out with some new guidelines for pregnant women. the cdc says if their partners have been in countries where the virus is spreading, expectant mothers should earth abstain from sex, use protection until their near tests negative for zika or until the baby is morn. >> health officials in montgomery county say three student have whopping cough. they are in the fourth grade. the district tells nbc 10 school
administrators have called and emailed parents to notify them about what happened. according to health officials all three students have been vaccinated for whooping cough. >> all three of these children because they had their full immui immunizations have mild to moderate illness. >> children can go back to school after several days of antibiotics. montgomery had seven reported cases of whooping cough so far this year. good morning. i'm meteorologist karen thomas. a cold start to your saturday for sure. the forecast for the weekend is going to be dry. really direct. but then when we get to monday not so easy of a forecast. we're tracking the possibility of some snow coming back into our seven day forecast for monday, tuesday. i'll tell you more about that as
we move closer and then frigid temperatures towards the end of the upcoming work week. we're cold this morning but getting colder as we move on through the coming days. 30 degrees right now in philadelphia. winds out of the west at five. temperatures across the region on the chilly side for sure. 19 degrees in the poconos. mainly in the 20s every where else with philly checking in at 30. 21 in atlantic city. 28 degrees in dover, delaware. temperatures will bump just a little bit. right now we got winds out of the west-southwest fairly calm, light winds for philly at five and three miles per hour in wilmington. so a little bit of wind chill factored in early this morning as i said you want to bundle up. we are dry. we'll stay dry for our saturday with a few clouds pushing in from the that you see here, a few light cirrus clouds moving into the picture. so easy forecast for saturday/sunday. computer model still not in agreement for what's to come for
monday and tuesday. one model here just showing us that as we get closer to monday morning this time 11:00 a.m. looks like a rain/sleet mix coming on shore jersey, south jersey as well as delaware. two systems coming together. a little bit of phasing if this model is to be believed monday 10:00 p.m. so we got the snow for just about all the area with the exception of extreme south jersey and then some snow shower activity waking up tuesday morning at 6:00 a.m. we know the systems are developing, what we're trying to sort of just wait on is the coming together of the snow models and seeing how these systems actually track in our area starting monday for tuesday and very early wednesday morning. for today, those just a really nice february day. 43, 45 degrees for high temperatures across the region. our wind are out of the west right now. shift from the southwest five to ten. here's a at your seven day
forecast. 45 for our high temperature today. little milder tomorrow. again, though, we should stay dry with sun and clouds and then the move in for monday and tuesday bringing us a chance of some snow and possibility of some rain mixed in depending on where you are. next the power of social media helps a man with special needs gets his job back. >> she said you didn't do anything wrong. but he doesn't fit into what we're looking for. >> next we'll explain how an online rally and show of support got a long time worker an joe from his previous employer. plus capture the flag. we'll explain the length and heights thesed thieves went to in order to swipe an amusement park symbol. ♪
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time special needs employee who was told this year that he didn't fit with what they were looking for any but his family said no thanks. emery hl christopher emery has worked at the park for 12 years and was told would no longer have a job spring. there was social media outrage. >> so she said he didn't do anything wrong, she goes but he doesn't fit into what we're looking for. >> what did you think? >> my mouth dropped. i didn't know -- i'm just sitting there. she goes he can come back in days and retry the interview. i picked up my coat i said let's go. >> christopher's mother whom you just heard from said she hopes the owners will adjust their interviewing practices to accommodate applicants with special needs. it is 6:26 on this saturday
and we're following some breaking news out of philadelphia. right now police are searching for the gunman who shot a cab driver. nbc 10's drew smith is live on the scene. drew? >> reporter: street still roped off with police tape in point breeze. we'll show you what happened to that cab and the other trail of destruction it caused plus you'll hear from witnesses that may fill us in on what happened here. >> we're starting out on a cold chilly note this morning but fair conditions as we move on through our saturday. a beautiful sky right now in cape may, waiting 30, 35 minutes our sunrise. looking nice as the sun peeks over the horizon. temperature reading in cape may, 27 degrees. temperatures slow to rise. we have some interesting snow talk in our seven day. we'll be back after the break. remarkable things are happening at your local acme.
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philadelphia's point breeze nibnib neighborhood. this morning a cab driver is shot. what we're learning from witnesses. deadly rescue attempt. a 12-year-old boy tried to save his father from the burning home in montgomery county but the boy did not make it out alive. now the community is coming together to help the family. on the brink of bankruptcy. a multimillion dollar ruling could potentially bust atlantic city. we'll explain what's next for cash-strapped ac. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 on this saturday. let's get our weekend weather first with first alert meteorologist karen thomas. good morning. >> whatever your plans are today, especially if you have plans outdoors i think you'll like the forecast we'. we'll be on the chilly side.
we should remain dry. we have plenty sunshine on tap as we're waiting for the sun to fully come up. 30 degrees right now in philadelphia. 23 in trenton. we're still in the teens in the poconos. and dover checking in at 28 degrees. satellite radar showing we're dry, a light cirrus clouds around. that will the call as we move on through the afternoon. few clouds here and there. mainly sun skies and we should stay dry. 43 to 45 for temperatures across the region. winds later today out of the southwest, five to ten miles per hour. now looking for another mild day tomorrow but then snow comes into our forecast. i'll be back with that in just a bit. >> 6:31. we're following breaking news from philadelphia's point breeze neighborhood. where a cab driver was shot and crashed his van overnight. nbc 10's drew smith is live at the scene with some new information for us. drew? >> reporter: that cab driver is
now at the hospital. we're told he's in stable condition. but take a look at his cab. the front all smashed up and is sitting right here in the middle of morris street and 23rd. police respond around 3:30. neighbors tell us they heard a crash from inside hair homes. they came out. the cab ran into a few parked cars before coming to a stop. witnesses say they came outside to find two passengers, a man and a woman in the back yelling to be let out. they also saw police taking the cab driver to the hospital. but listen too witness describe what happened after those two passengers exited the car. >> i said well you're witnesses, where your going? oh, yeah we sure did. they hit your car. he hit them on purpose and then they kept going. i was like where your going. at that time another cop was coming in to the block and another one was coming up block.
>> reporter: it's unclear if those two passengers spoke to police or where they. the woman you just from did give police a statement. we saw her doing that made an arrest so far in this case. according to the cab dispatcher the van's last pick up was at broad and morton street which is about five minutes from where we are in point breeze. thanks for that, drew. o a little bit boy killed in a fire in norristown success hailed a hero this morning he died trying to save his father from a raging house fire. the boy rushed back into this burning home yesterday morning looking for his dad. the father escaped but the boy did not. 12-year-old sanford harling went back into the on markley street. his father was recovering from surgery and harling thought that he may be trapped but the father had jumped from a window. >> just a nice knit family, you
know. >> he was active in school, in this community. >> a go found raised more than $15,000 for the family as they are in the process of making funeral arrangements and looking for a place to live. to stay force 10 was over a house fire in delaware county last night. the started just before 7:00 along maccore m-- mccormick avenue. >> last night special equipment helped rescue a man in newark new castle, pen. he fell down an embankment sky force 10 was over this scene. crews spent 20 minutes retrieving the man from the embankment. his injuries are athlete
-- threatening. we have some new information about a high-speed chase. the suspect is henry davis iii. accused much stealing cell phones at a verizon in the store philadelphia. also accused of tying up employees there and then leefdileefd i -- leading police on a chase for 25 miles. the driver's car went into a cul-de-sac and then right into this ditch. davis is now in the hospital recovering from his injuries. he's being charged with several crimes. police say they were able to locate the suspect because store employees put tracking devices on the stolen phones. declaring bankruptcy. that's what atlantic city's mayor says his city will have to do if it's forced to pay millions of dollars owed to the borgata. a judge said the city must pay the casino $62 million in tax refunds.
casino could not take any of the city's assets for at least 45 days. that will give both sides time for settlement talks. bore fwata says it will stop making current tax payments until the case is resolved. atlantic city is dealing with deep budget problems caused by years of decline for the casino industry. state officials accuse the stiff over spending and financial mismanagement for decades. lawmakers are considering giving the statewide power, broad power over the city's operations. if that happens, the state would gain control of selling off city assets, including land. a real housewife star is lucky to be out of her house. she's been on house arrest since dens. she was convicted on fraud charges. the real housewife of new jersey star tweeted she feels blessed after her house arrest ended yesterday. she will release a prison memoir on tuesday.
belt-tightening at oil companies a big stumble a tech darling. some of the stories that cnbc michelle caruso-cabrera is highlighting during this past week on wall street. >> reporte >> reporter: conocophilips shareholders will be getting smaller checks. exxonmobil is trimming investment plans. one layoff shows 20,000 job cuts in the oil patch last month. the highest count since oil prices started to sink back in 2014. retail workers had it worse. over 22,000 got laid off. more than any month in six
years. despite weakening energy sector the one employment rate fell to 4.9% in january. an eight year low. wages, hours worked and percentage of americans a job went up. the one weak number. 151,000 jobs were anticipated during the month. investors were looking for an ugly quarter from gopro but most didn't expect to it be this bad. surprise loss, weak fwiedance hammered shares. its lows of the week, gopro was down 0e% from its high. so-called most hated ceo in america now an ex-ceo, martin shkreli was summoned to congress to explain high drug prices. he took the fifth. minutes after he finished, sleek sleek referred to his questioners and imbeciles in a tweet to his followers. i'm michelle caruso-cabrera. get all your business news on
cnbc. there's no businesslike super bowl advertising. this sunday will be no different. as always you'll see large companies selling their products during the time-out. but there are more than a dozen first time advertisers like paypal and death wish coffee getting into the mix. a local college professor tells us for those firms, the super bowl can make-or-break their future. >> really an opportunity to make an impact that there isn't anywhere else in advertising. speaking of advertising, and how much it's going to cost, advertisers are shelling out up to $5 million for a 30 second commercial in sunday's super bowl. the time right now is 6:41 on this saturday. this morning we're counting down super bowl 50 and peyton manning is once again chasing history. >> a very special opportunity to be playing in this game. >> how manning could make it into the record books possibly
even but an exclamation point on final chapter of his career. >> plus missing time. an injury puts pressure onto flyers as the team makes a push for the playoffs. and a cold crisp feel to our saturday morning. could have some slick spots out there on sidewalks and secondary roads just because of a refreeze overnight so take i want easy. mainly dry, plenty of sunshine as we move through our saturday. so fair forecast for now but we're talking some snow in the seven day. be back with the full forecast after the break.
the primary there is on tuesday. the latest survey shows senator marco rubio is gaining some ground. the nbc/"washington post"/maris poll shows donald trump leading in new hampshire with rubio now in second place. rubio will join trump, ted cruz, ben carson, jeb bush, chris christie and john kasich for tonight's match-up in manchester. george spencer is heading to new hampshire for primary. watch his live report starting tomorrow night on nbc 10 news at 11:00. you can hear more from the key candidates in the presidential race tomorrow morning right here on nbc 10. hillary clinton, donald trump and bernie sanders will be on "meet the press." most rater chuck todd will break down the race and tightening republican contest. looking for something to do today? you can help in the fight against breast cancer with a visit to camelback ski resort in the pocono mountains. camelback hopes to turn the mountain pink in the boarding
for breast cancer event. skiers, snowboarders and snow tubers are encouraged to wear pink. there will be plenty much special activities all day long. the boarding for breast cancer foundation promotes a healthy active lifestyle and early detection in stopping the disease. heart disease is the nation's number one killer nuclear program weekend philadelphia is helping to support the american heart association mission with a balance tonight at the marriott in center city, philadelphia. you can tour the battleship new jersey in camden. everybody who brings a can of soup with them this weekend gets 20% off admission. officials will donate the soup to the food bank of south jersey. battleship tours run each day from 9:30 in the morning until 3:00 in the afternoon. if you are just waking up this morning you're going to want to know we're in for a dry
forecast today with plenty of sunshine. starting out on a cold note. we're tracking some more snow in our seven day forecast, watching these systems pull together. more on that in just a bit. turning much colder mid-week towards the end of the work week. just some of our weather headlines for you as we move on into our saturday morning. 30 degrees right now at philly international. winds at 5 miles per hour out of the west. beautiful day for the slopes up there in camelback mountain but a chilly start for sure. 19 degrees, 21 in allentown, 23 degrees in trenton. 30 right now in philadelphia. little cold the shorer at the s. temperatures will be bumping just a bit. winds will shift and expect winds to stay on the light side but the breeze will pick up a bit at five to ten miles per hour. but for the most part things are calm right now.
so we do have a few clouds around just a pillowy cirrus type clouds waiting for the sun to come up. what about the snow? we're looking for tranquil elements today, tomorrow, fair forecast. then when we get to overnight sunday into monday morning, one model does have a system moving up the coast and that could skirt south jersey and southern delaware. overnight monday into monday morning. so by monday morning into monday night we'ring for some scattered snow showers mixed with rain, especially down in southern delaware and south jersey and overnight monday into tuesday this particular model having snow moving into the area. doesn't look like a huge storm right now but we are really just checking to make sure these models come together and the track and the intensity of the system will make the difference. a little far out. 43, 45 for high temperatures
across the region. we'll go ahead and show you the seven day forecast. as i said, really things calm and quiet, nice saturday, sunday. we get mild tomorrow with a temperature bump of about 48 degrees and then we'll be watching these coming in for monday and tuesday. potentially bringing us some snow, a mix of rain as well as some sleet. so we'll keep an eye on that four and getting cold towards the end of the week. >> it is february. just a few minutes now before the start of the "today" show coming up at 7:00. we have a preview of what they are covering this morning. hey, guys. >> good to see you. coming up on a saturday morning here on "today" we're following that breaking news overnight from taiwan. seven people killed. hundred more hurt after a massive earthquake there. >> also ahead a preview of tonight's republican debate the last one before new hampshire's primary. this one could very heat. on the democratic side can
bernie sanders hold off hillary clinton? we're live in new hampshire. >> and then super bowl 50 a day away. from new technology to watching the game to eating snacks to eat during the game. we'll be helping you throw the ultimate super bowl party. >> those stories and much more when we get started on a saturday morning right here on today. >> looking forward to it. thanks guys. >> see you in a bit. hey, just when the flyers are playing their best hockey of the season, getting in the playoff chase, they lose sean couturier for a month with a lower body injury. flyers called up nick cousins to take his spot. couts left in the second period. the flyers record is much better when he's in the lineup. without him they are 2-5-2. with him they are 21-11-4. he leads the team in plus minus. he reaggravated an injury but does not need surgery.
>> it's a big loss for us but we got other guys that will fill in, and need to pick up the slack. no one will replace him. it's got to be a group effort. >> he's a huge piece to this team. you know, he brings it to both ends for us. plays pk, pp. time for other guys to step up. >> reports say flyers will play penguins in an outdoor game next year and two years later back here in philly. penn state wanted too much money tohave it. take a look. over 7,000 fans in reading to see bobby clark and six decades of hockey. there they are with the puck drop. the orange beat the white 9-4. as i said over 7,000 fans there to see it. there's danny there scoring a goal. sixers last night in washington. smith left the came towards the end of the fourth quarter.
hurt his ankle or foot. time winding down in the first quarter. gary neal beating the buzzer. the wiz up 38 -- 18 after the first quarter. then a verse alley-oop. too many wizards. to the window, to wall. sixers lose 106-94. they have lost four in a row. dallas police last night opened an investigation into browns quarterback johnny manziel for domestic assault. his ex-girlfriend got a protection order against him yesterday. she told police that he hit her and johnny's agent dumped him as well. johnny's dad is worried that johnny is suicidal. he tells "the dallas morning news" if john doesn't get help he won't live to see his 24th birthday. strong quote. sunday super bowl could be peyton manning's last game. if the broncos beat the panthers peyton will be the first
quarterback to win a super bowl with two teams. >> it's a very special opportunity to be playing in this game, like i mentioned and to be playing in super bowl 50. if you have any appreciation for the history of the game and certainly you've watched super bowls and played in super bowls, had a sibling played in super bowls it does make it maybe even more special. >> and he would match his brother eli with the two super bowls. i'm john clark. enjoy your weekend. ♪
hey did you know whether you bet in vegas or the office pool if you win a wagger on the super bowl the money is considered taxable income. yep george the irs and tax code which in reality is not likely to know about each and every. americans will wager more than $4 billion on the big game this sunday. all but just a fraction of that money be bet illegally. >> oh, boy. do you have big plans for the super bowl >> no. just stay awake. no. it should be exciting. and we know the forecast on the
west coast will be fine. our live shot this morning waking up is looking pretty nice. in for dry conditions with sun and clouds. 45 degrees. tomorrow milder, 48. close to 50 degrees for our sunday. the weekend is looking terrific. you can see it falls apart a little bit on monday with possibility of snow showers moving into the area and then the snow continues or the potential for snow, i should say, continues for tuesday, tuesday overnight into early wednesday morning. keeping an eye on that system right there is really going to depend on how that system tracks. but right now just sort of looking like our area will get light accumulation if anything there. >> we know those models change and you guys watch them closely. we'll be tuning in over the next few days. sn >> absolutely. >> will do it for us. the "today" show is next. karen and i will see you back here at 8:30.
good morning. breaking overnight. rescued from the rubble. hundreds of people, including many children pulled from collapsed buildings after a 6.4 earthquake hit taan. the quake hit in the middle of the night. at least 11 people killed. many others still missing. this morning, the rush to pull these trapped out alive. and ready to rumble. fireworks expected at the republican presidential debate tonight. the last one before tuesday's all important new hampshire primary as marco rubio surges and donald trump and the rest of the gop field take aim. while hillary clinton tries to rally women supporters to