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east through bensalem bucks county area. look at the scene earlier today. we just learned police have been trying to redirect cars off the road to try to ease some of this backup, so we'll keep an eye on the situation bringing updates on the situation. now to decision 2016, the final mare push. in 14 hours, voters head to the polls in pennsylvania and delaware. >> what happens here could be the crucial point for the candidates going forward. here's how it looks by the numbers. five candidates holding 11 different events in seven cities. donald trump just wrapped up a rally at westchester university. republican front runner spoke about how much he loves the state of pennsylvania, how he went to school herement trump also attacked his republican rivals, ted cruz and john kasich, for teaming up against him. >> by the way, did you see they
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joined forces? i've been doing this for ten month, and these two guys, they are politicians all their lives, and that's all they do, and now they joined forces, and you kept hearing, oh, they are doing well, they are doing well. i have millions of votes more than each one of them. >> trump also told the crowd he believes the republican primary system is rigged, something he's been saying along the campaign trail and encouraged everyone to go out and vote tomorrow. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at westchester university. lauren, this new deal forged by cruz and kasich led to more insults? >> yeah, jim, the rally is getting a little quieter right now. donald trump stopped speaking within the last ten minutes, but take a look behind me. you see that crowd back there? he's inside there right now. you can see him kind of yelling to the crowd there. they are bringing their signs over, and their hats to get autographs, and, of course, some pictures, so he's been making his way through the crowd here.
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as you said, he spent a lot of time today talking about the state of the political race right now, going after his rivals. he really went off john kasich today criticizing him for being what he called stubborn for not getting out of the race, and even criticized him for eating during his interviews. >> yum, by the way -- by the way, i'm having the time of my life. >> ohio governor stopping at a south philly diner, brushing off claims of collusion in the new campaign strategy. >> is it collusion? what's that mean? does he know what that means? >> trying to prevent trump from clenching the nomination before cleveland so kasich focuses on states out west, and cruz in indiana. >> wso what? what's the big deal? >> reporter: who should your supporters support in indiana? >> they should vote for me, i'm
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not over there campaigning, we have limited resources. >> reporter: do you like the plan working with the cruz wam pain? >> i do. i think that on they should have formed a ticket. the two of them. >> reporter: outside trump's rally in westchester -- >> no other country in the world has free open borders like we do. >> reporter: his sport upportere another take. >> i think that's part of rigged situation with the way we conduct elections in this country, and i think it's totally unfair. >> reporter: now, this rally here, you can see donald trump still making his way through the crowd there. they all want a chance to get close to him. some folksedne dancing there as music is playing. it was a pretty peaceful rally here on the campus of westchester university. there were protesters outside as
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folks passed going through the line to get in here today, but inside, we saw maybe three people who were removed, but very peacefully. live in westchester, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. hillary clinton changed her focus really to the general election, bernie sanders tells supporters their votes still matter. >> reporter: both exhausted with the status quo. >> you know, we do not have to step over people sleeping out on the street. >> reporter: bernie sanders campaigned first in connecticut and then pittsburgh this afternoon on this primary election eve and hillary clinton in wilmington. both candidates have promises to bring training, technical, and manufacturing jobs to the delaware valley, and america's middle class. >> i pledge to you i will not raise taxes on middle class families. >> reporter: clinton did not rail on her democratic opponent, instead trump, calling him extremely out of touch, a
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talker, not a listener, about what's wrong in america. >> make a big speech, insult everybody you can think of -- [ laughter ] and then go back, get on the big jet, and go back to, you know, your country clubhouse in florida. >> reporter: sanders reminding voters democracy is under assault. >> democracy is not a complicated process. it is you got to vote and you got to vote and you got to vote. >> reporter: clinton spoke about young people under assault by their own peers. >> it was heart breaking to hear about the young woman, amy anita joiner-francis killed here in a fight. we have to help young people have a better sense of how to cope with the world. >> we should not be proud of the fact that we have one of the lowest voter turnout rates of any major country on earth. >> reporter: sanders and clinton both want to up the minimum wage to $15 an hour and secure equal jobs and equal pay for women.
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>> the message and word if elected go out to corporate america, you know what, invest in connecticut and vermont and america, not just in china or mexico. >> meantime sanders and clinton will be philadelphia tonight to take part in a town hall event for msnbc. the candidates take questions from voters at the national constitution center. nbc 10 is there now to talk with the candidates. we'll bring you more from the event at 11:00. >> with the voters headed to the polls in less than 14 ours, crews are getting polling sites ready. nbc 10 was there as they were loading up for different locations. to find your polling place or report any voting problem, go to the nbc10 app and look for decision 2016. something else you need to keep in mind for primary day, your first alert neighborhood weather. the nbc 10 radar shows rain headed our way. >> an update on track and timing
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which is crucial from our first alert meteorologist. >> guys, we have rain in the forecast just in time for your tuesday election day, so if you are headed out to vote and you're going to the polls, make sure you have the umbrella with you. not tonight, though. at least not early tonight. the radar is nis and clear at the moment, no rain in the immediate future, and i would say through the rest of this evening, but it is pretty far back to the west, and so we are able to see where it is currently. it's up around the great lakes. far up north, and it's this section of rain we're watching. going into tomorrow, it's going to slowly slide to the south and some parts of the area could see some showers to start off the morning. don't forget with the new neighborhood weather, we have your seven day forecast scrolling at the bottom of the screen no matter if you live in pennsylvania, new jersey, delaware. temperatures mostly in the 70s right now, so fairly warm outside still. in atlantic city, you're at 57 degree, and onshore wind, temperature difference there, 74 in mays landing, and 65 in cape
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may courthouse. 61 degrees in cape may point. that's a temperature difference along the shore, but through tonight, we'll be fairly mild no matter where you are. philadelphia by 11:00 p.m., there's a chance of a shower, but in the morning hours, mostly dry, by 7:00, 61 degrees. in the pennsylvania sbuuburbs, u could see a passing shower. lehigh valley has a chance for a early morning shower. early tomorrow morning for work or school, temperatures mid-50s, but that's the best chance for a shower or early morning thunderstorm. then we go into delaware, also a chance of an early shower. for new jersey and even along the shore, we could see a passing shower overnight. some of the models are trying to pick up on that, the best chance, though, will be later on tomorrow afternoon. morning temperatures, though, around 60 degrees. coming up, a chance for thunderstorms throughout the afternoon hours and cooler air headed our way. that's straight ahead. right now at 5:00, a man's
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in critical condition after he was shot five times in philadelphia's ogontz neighborhood. he was standing outside a jewelry on old york road talking to a woman before noontime. a man walked up and shot the man. witnesses led police to a home on conlan street taking three people into custody. >> the victim is, hopefully, later in the day will talk, and we're continuing to question additional witnesses, a lot of cooperation from the community on this, so i feel confident that later in the day we'll have a lot more definitive information to give you. >> one of the men happen identified as the shooter. police are waiting for a warrant to search the home. so far they have not found the gun. from the delaware bureau, a high school student dies after a fight inside a school bathroom. earlier today, counselors and teachers greeted students who returned to howard high school in wilmington. the school holds meetings tomorrow and wednesday night for
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parents and students to talk about what happened to amy joiner-francis. police are still investigating. >> somebody knows something, like, somebody should be able to tell you what's going on. at the end of the day, if it's somebody's child, they want to know what's going on. >> tonight, city council member will hold a meeting in wilmington to help parents and children deal with what happened. the deal bill cosby made with a former montgomery prosecutor will not stop the case from him going to trial. the court ruled against cosby today. the 78-year-old facing charges he drugged and molested a former temple university employee back in 2004. cosby says the sex was consenual. the prosecutor said he would never prosecute cosby if he testified in the civil lawsuit. it's been one year since a student was left on the side of the road by a hit-and-run driver. this is her now, and today, we learn she'll walk in next
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month's graduation ceremony. she was critically injured after a car hit her bicycle at park avenue and diamond near campus. the man say police hit hall turned himself in. she graduated with honors last year but did not attend the ceremony because of her injuries. in a facebook post, her mother said, if you were to see rachel in critical condition a year ago, you would never expected her to be in the condition she's in now. she's truly a miracle. she still attends physical therapy five days a week. one minute, talking to a potential volunteer, the next, a horrible crime. >> moments after we his information, he was shot in the head. i don't wish that on anyone. coming up at 5:00, a political candidate shares experience with a violent night in philadelphia. plus, students silt in to stand up for transgenter rights, new push to get rid of a controversial law in north carolina coming up at 5:00. livig keeps going up. the pay stays the same.
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zblmplgtsz is sam bradfort looking for a ticket out of philadelphia? that's the question tonight following an espn report claiming he demanded a trade from the eagles. the birds signed bradford to a two-year deal less than two months ago. >> yeah, but now the eagles traded up in the draft to get the quarterback of the future, right?
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today, john clark sat down exclusively with howie roseman and what's next for the team. >> has sam bradford informed you guys he wants to be traded? >> john, i want to reit rate support bradford, going back to next week, he's the starting quarterback, and his agent and sam know how we feel about him. workouts are voluntary. we look forward to seeing sam again in the near future. >> if sam bradford is unhappy and doesn't show up, you have a first year coach in doug peterson, how difficult doing it's going to be to manage the situation at the quarterback position? >> we have a strong locker room, great veteran leadership, a lot of guys extended here in the last few months. at the end of the day, all the guys want to win. they are going to come together. it's april. you know, these things have a way of working themselves out. >> well, no matter what happens with brad onfoford, this week i
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exciting week for fans. >> yes, the draft day special is thursday night at 7:00 live from lincoln financial field. bad news for brady, the quarterback has to serve a four-game suspension after all. it was imposed to remember by the nfl after found to have used under inflated footballs in the playoff game. today, an appeals court overturned a lower judge ruling brady has to serve the suspension. >> to the weather and could be in for rain or storms tomorrow. >> let's go to our first alert meteorologist with who has the wet weather and when. >> everyone can expect wet weather tomorrow, just determines where you live, determining the timing of it. further north and west there's showers earlier in the day, in delaware or new jersey later in the afternoon or evening. have the umbrella tomorrow today, though, beautiful conditions, mid-70s in philadelphia, low 70s in the pennsylvanias and new jersey. delaware coming in in the
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mid-70s. nice and warm for your monday. philadelphia and neighborhood temperatures, though, not too bad. look at the area, 74 degrees, and chusnut hill at 78 degrees. society hill at 76. summerton at 77 degrees. we're nice dry right now. as we go into tomorrow, we have rain for election day. doppler radar, though, showing clear conditions. we have some clouds around, but otherwise everything looks pretty nice. now, the rain, that's further up to the north and west, so you see this big area of showers right over the great lakes. now, this is pretty far north, and, vermont eventually, tomorr slowly slides down south increasing our rain chances. this is future weather now. there you see that area of showers and even some storms, and that'll be moving in as we go overnight. we could have showers overnight tonight, but early tomorrow morning, 8:30, we could see
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early showers in the lehigh valley and the poconos. philadelphia area should be m t mostmos mostly dry and new jersey and delaware. in the afternoon, depends where you live, because as i mentioned, this area slides in north to south. 4:00 tomorrow afternoon, lehigh valley, and pennsylvania suburbs, bucks, parts of montgomery seeing showers and even thunderstorms, moving through philadelphia between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. 7:00, south of philadelphia through parts of new jersey and delaware can't rule out thunderstorms. we start to clear up a lot more going into wednesday afternoon, though, we're going to keep clouds in the forecast. could still see a couple showers sticking around. thunderstorm risk tomorrow, that's shaded in the darker green. really? the best chance for the thunderstorms which could potentially be a little bit stronger so there you see it. that's pretty much through most of the areas as we go through tomorrow. just keep in mind we have storms
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in the forecast. now, as far as your neighborhood weather's concern, tomorrow afternoon, if you're in the lehigh valley, 74 in reading with thunderstorms and early in the day, too, bethlehem 72 degrees, westchester 77 degrees, pennsylvania suburbs, areas at 76 degrees, newtown at 78. a warm day tomorrow with the west south wind and breezy at 20 miles per hour. philadelphia areas could be in the low 80s. the storms here for the philadelphia area not expected until later in the day, so temperatures should be able to warm up nicely before then. 80 degrees with evening thunderstorms. in new jersey, haddonfield at 81 and thunderstorms, glassboro 82, and trenton in the mid-70s. cooler in avlon, 77 degrees there. warm compared to spots today along the shore. late day thunderstorms along the jersey shore, even in delaware, that's later in your day
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tomorrow, mostly late afternoon and evening. dover coming in at 83. now, we go into wednesday. take a laook at the temperature difference. this is philadelphia and pennsylvania suburbs, 82 tomorrow to 62 on wednesday. it's going to be a lot cooler waking up wednesday. we go into thursday, that's the next chance for rain. temperatures in the 50s possibly and for friday, we could see lingering rain chances. have the umbrella around as we go through a few days this week. jim? >> all right. remember this? 38 years ago today. something big, green, and full of philadelphia spirit came into our lives. got the phillie fanatic. last week, he came to the studios, worked alongside our team of meteorologists showing us what he knows about weather. he's getting ready for weather education day at citizens bank park next month. i know you had a lot of fun with
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the fanatic. >> i love the fanatic. >> kids will be in for fun at weather education day, right? 7,000 showed up last year, right? >> we expect three times as many this year. >> really? >> we expect so many at weather education day, may 18th, citizens state bank park. tell your teachers. it happens citizens bank park, right before the home game. the kids can enjoy a home game after learning about weather, and, of course, the fanatic is a part of that, too, and as you saw, we showed him hue to do the weather. i love him. cutest mascot in the country. >> 100%. thanks. >> thanks. jennifer hudson and harvey firestein headlines "hair spray live" this winter based on the cult set in the '60s, a girl's phenomenonest wish to appear on a television dance program. the show is scheduled to air december 7th right here on nbc 10. what are the odds? >> another $1 million winning
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ticket purchased in nurnew jers matching five of the six numbers. the numbers were, 2, 19, 21, 42, and 60. the megaball was 13. no one hit the jackpot of the right now, tuesday's top prize, $108 million. well, there are warning labels, but tens of thousands of young children are still getting exposed to dangerous deter gents. next at 5:00, what parents have to know before buying the pods. plus, getting out of debt, vice president-elect bi-- vice president joe biden talks baht a plan. why should we trust a harrisburg politician
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like steve santarsiero who will say anything to win an election? after claiming credit for passing universal background checks for all gun purchases, "santarsiero admitted in an interview that he didn't write pennsylvania's gun safety law." his campaign brags about his accomplishments, but "in fact, he has failed in 54 attempts to get any legislation on the books."
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we just cant trust steve santarsiero. i'm shaughnessy naughton, and i approve this message because we deserve better. zblmplt they are colorful and look like candy by nchs, but can be dangerous. we are in new york with a look at this study. >> tom, thanks for being here today. calls into poison control centers climbing across the country now? >> dramatically up 17%. these are colorful and look like to a 6-year-old or younger, they look like a piece of candy. here's the trouble. if a child bites into one of these, if their tooth goes in, that immediately squirts this very high concentrate of detergent right now the throat.
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instability burning. the more inhaled or invested, then you have serious problems. you can have respiratory arrest, serious problems with the lungs and seen cases of cardiac arrest and death because of these. now, the trouble is there is this warning on the back of the packag packages, don't get here the face or eyes because burning of the eyes as well, but the numbers keep going on. the number of children who keep putting these into their u mouths or eyes, and as a result, calls to poison control centers up dramatically, and pediatricians now in the are warning this is becoming a very, very serious problem. we've reported on this before. unfortunately, the problem is getting worse. many pediatricians and poison control centers tell parents, listen, this is not something you want to have in your house if you have kids 6 and under. use the kind you scoop with a scooper. not these because kids can't
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keep hands off of them. wait until they are old enough to know the difference. by the way, the laundry institute or detergent institute is working on better labeling and packaging, but this is a serious public he'll issue. >> if the parents knew it, it's a simple switch, change detergent until the kids are old enough. tom, thanks, tune into nbc nightly news with lester holt tonight at 6:30 here on nbc 10. to this now a political candidate talking to a potential volunteer, and then that young man shot dead in the street. next at 5:00, candidate talk about what he saw and what leaders are doing to protect the community from more deadly violence.
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almost after we got information he was shot in the head. i don't wish that on anyone. >> minute becoming volunteer, the next, a victim of crime. >> monique has more on that and search for suspects in the crime. monique? >> reporter: good evening. sources say police are reviewing videotape just as i'm speaking. we watched some of the tape with one witness who tells us she's
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frightened scared for her and her children. >> we just heard a shot, so we're scared. i called them, i told them to go in the back. >> reporter: moments after the gunshots, this 1-year-old was captured on surveillance videotape runs into the silver star chinese takeout, shot in the back. four hours earlier, this candidate saw eric cherry shot multiple times. >> we had wonderful conversations for 20 mibs, and then it happened. to his parents -- my deeper condolences. >> the young men who died are friends, sources say part of a neighborhood gang or group feuding with another. >> what we know is there's been an on joing dispute between two groups of young men, one who lives in that area, one who lives in the logan area.
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>> our hearts and our prayers go out to the families and loved ones. >> reporter: council person parker says she believes there's a resurgence of gang activity underway. residents are working with police to address the violence and protect the community. >> this is a very close-knit community, one with a high level of civic participation and activity and home ownership and this is not the kind of activity we are accustomed to. >> reporter: now a 17-year-old standing on the corner with frasier was also shot, list the now in stable condition, and police urge anyone with information to step forward and talk to homicide detectives. live outside the police headquarters, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. another violent story covered over the weekend. a two-hour vigil held to remember the man killed during a church service here. we covered this extensively as
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we said over the weekend. today, though, an was performed on the victim, 27-year-old robert braxton, shot in the chest yesterday at the keystone fellowship church in north wales during a fight with another church member. the montgomery district attorney says the suspect is cooperating with the police. the suspect's name not released. taking atvs ands over the weekend. sunday, police receives complaints from residents about a number of drives driving recklessly on dirt bikes. they were headed to a storage facility, sixmen men in their 20s and a 16-year-old were charged with traffic offenses and released. two large fires burning in the poconos were intentionally set. a $5,000 reward is offered now to find those responsible. both fires are burning in the area of monroe county, and the smaller fire burned over the
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weekend, and they charred over 5 hr 00 acres and one town forced to evacuate. to your first alert neighborhood weather now. nbc 10 radar showing some much needed rain headed our way. >> nbc 10 first alert meteorologist is here with a closer look at when this rain moves into your neighborhood. >> some areas see it as early as tomorrow morning, but not everybody in the morning. most of us will not see it until later in the day. temperature-wise, though, today, we are still warm outside, and still dry. 76 degrees now in philadelphia, 74 in mount holly, and 74 lu e through the lehigh valley. it is a cooler spot on the map, and here's a wide look at the radar, and because what you see swirling over the great lakes, that is the rain. as we go into tomorrow, so it is far north. it's this area we watch into tuesday. it's going to slide slowly to
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the south and will move in. models are hinting at the rain possibly moving in overnight tonight, at least some of it. we'll have more tomorrow afternoon. locally, though, we are still nice and dry outside. we don't expect any rain as we go into this evening, and, in fact, tonight, it's still going to be very comfortable. cloudy, a chance of an overnight shower. temperatures not dropping off too much at 60 degrees by 10:00 p.m. if you' 63 degrees, and overnight, some of the models bring in showers. by 7:00 tomorrow morning, though, if you're in the lehigh valley or north and west of philadelphia, you could be waking up to showers in allen 56 degrees by 7:00 a.m. chance of a shower. will mton could have a shower, greater chance in the afternoon. scattered showers, potential for thunderstorms which could be strong in some areas. temperatures by lunch time tomorrow, though, already in the mid-70s. it's going to be another warm day, but after tomorrow's rain,
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we do actually cool down quite a bit. i'll show you the timing through the afternoon tomorrow for the rain and thunderstorms, and also that cooler air moving in. that's straight ahead. all right, and zigs 2016 now with the final push in pennsylvania and delaware. donald trump campaigned in chester county this afternoon. the republican front runner held a rally at westchester university predicting a revolt if he's not the gop nominee and slammed rivals, cruz and kasich, for teaming up against him. meanti meantime, kasich brushed off the attacks today in philadelphia. he met voters in penn rose diner before enjoying a meal there. he's focusing now on pennsylvania, oregon, and new mexico, and cruz is focused on winning voters in indiana. the two democratdemocratic cand taking questions from voters at the national constitution center. chris hayes moderates the
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sanders' town hall at 8:00 tonight and rh the madow covers at 9:00. >> a new bathroom law opponents make a push to get it thrown out. >> this bill is the combination of homophobia, race, and class as a political wedge issue. >> we'll show you how protesters make voices heard at the steps of the state capitol. >> i run because i want a lifetime of health. >> why are you running? >> a woman shares the fight to reach the finish line at this weekend's blue cross broad street run. flr
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i'm backing josh shapiro for attorney general because things have to change. we need criminal justice reform because our prisons are far too overcrowded. we have to deal with drug addiction
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through treatment, not incarceration. and use our prison for those who are truly violent. and we need to get illegal guns off our streets. i'm joining with ed rendell and leaders across our area in supporting josh. josh shapiro will be an attorney general committed to fairness and equal justice. . it's not a bathroom bill, but there's a lot ever stuff in here that ought to be thrown in the outhouse. >> protesters raleighed in north carolina today to repeal the bathroom law. this as the state legislature
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began the annual work session. democrats trying to appeal the law e limit nating protections for gays, lesbians, and the transgendered. many of the law's supporters are also making their voices heard. >> reporter: in raleigh, north carolina, protesters greeted returning lawmakers with chants and petitions. more than 180,000 signatures, they say, calling for house bill 2, the state's so-called bathroom law, to be overturned. >> it is an attempt to pit supposedly christian values against our family's best interests and highest morality. >> reporter: they passed the bill in special session last month, forcing transgendered people to use the sex listed on their birth certificate, and many corporations blasted the law. >> this will continue and more
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entertainment leaders will boycott this until hb2 has been repealed. >> reporter: democrats already filed a bill to overturn the law. >> i believe that we will have more than democratic support for this bill if it was begin a vote in committee or on the floor. >> reporter: groups which support the law also rallied at the capitol monday urging lawmakers to stand strong against mounting pressure. >> for the rights of privacy, i think it's very important that we hold on to our bathroom values. >> reporter: it's a cultural debate waged in north carolina and beyond. chris palone, nbc news. and we also have rain as we go into tomorrow. we'll look at that forecast straight ahead. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as...
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bringing down the high cost of college brought vice president biden and his wife, dr. jill biden, to philadelphia today. they spoke to a crowd at the community college of philadelphia this afternoon announcing a new grant program building on president obama's goal of making tuition at community colleges free. after the speech, we asked him about it. >> it's a hundred million dollars to allow community colleges to put together businesses that need workers. there's available jobs, and students who, in fact, has a 2.5 or willing to keep it 2.5 and committed to community colleges, and it's like a direct line to a good job. >> college tuition has never been more expensive, doubling in three decades, even after adjusting for inflation. that's left the typical college student owing around $27,000 in loans. they are not getting help from
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the government either. right now, federal pell grants cover about 30% of a four-year degree unlike other loans, pell grants do not have to be repaid. more from the exclusive one-on-one with the with the at 6:00. we asked about the presidential race, of course, and if he regrets not running. plus, will he endorse one of the candidates? that's only on nbc 10 news at 6:00. volunteers will participate in the 15th annual comcast cares day. this is video of last year's event in philadelphia. this saturday, nbc 10 and telemundo 62 employees join friends and family to make positive changes in the community. to roll up your sleeves and join us, we'd love to see yous, register using the app or log on to comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. sunshine and blue skies today. nbc 10 and 18th and jfk in
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center city couldn't have asked for a better day. rain for tomorrow. we have your neighborhood forecast and more on timing. >> tracy, tomorrow, you want the umbrella. today, you wanted the sunglasses. tomorrow, another warm day. currently now 76 degrees and mostly sunny skies and clouds moving in, and the great thing about the neighborhood weather now, we have your forecast scrolling at the bottom so you'll never miss the seven-day forecast in pennsylvania, new jersey, or delsaware. it's there for you. in the 70s north and west of philadelphia. the jersey shore, though, in the mid-60s. a look at the neighborhoods, though, chester county, mostly mid-70s. 75 unionville. 76 degrees in westchester. 78 right now in maverne.
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73 in gladwin. 74 in new hope, and newtown 75. tomorrow, another warm day. it's all going to be ahead of some rain. here's a look at the radar current, so what we're seeing locally, dry conditions, but if we look up to the north around the great lakes, that is the area of rain that we're watching, so it's pretty far up to the north. this whole section, though, will slowly slide down to the south, and swings into the area tomorrow. currently, we are nice and dry. some of the rain could try to move in as we go overnight tonight. not for everybody. so, the big weather story, showers and even thunderstorms in the forecast for election day. so before you head out tomorrow, grab the umbrella. here's future weather as we go through 1:30 in the morning. this is overnight, like i mentioned, we could have a small cluster of showers moving through, but mostly not until later in the day tomorrow. tomorrow morning, lehigh valley, poconos with a couple showers,
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but it's the afternoon hours we'll watch. 3:30, showers north to south mainly. north and west of philadelphia, showers by 5:00, through the philadelphia area, into parts of new jersey, and our pennsylvania suburbs, even some thunderstorms expected with this. 7:00 tomorrow evening, now moving south of the philadelphia, so for new jersey and delaware, you'll be seeing that later in the day. then we clear up as we go into wednesday, but then wednesday afternoon, we could have another little disturbance to the south. we can't rule out showers as we go through the afternoon on wednesday. for tomorrow, though, low 80s in new jersey. millville at 82 degrees with late day thunderstorms. wildwood at 77 degrees. late day storms. atlantic city, mid-70s. warm day at the shore with the thunderstorms in the forecast. new jersey, low 80s tomorrow. 78 for trenton with thunderstorms. morristown at 80 degrees. low 80s in philadelphia.
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doylestown at 77 degrees. have the umbrellas in potstown too. if you're in malverne, a warm day, 77 with afternoon thunderstorms. your ten-day forecast here, tomorrow, election day, it's going to be warm. we'll see the late day storms around, but by wednesday, clearing, 62 degrees, cooler. look at thursday. 56 degrees. that's going to come with rain, though, even friday, showers lingering, and as we go into next week, temperatures mostly in the zi60s. a live look now, gorgeous conditions before the rain gets here, and this is where we want to be this time of year, right along the shore. not when it's chilly, though, with the wind, it's chilly, and i will take it even if it is chilly. grab a jacket. along the shore, cooler, onshore wind, tomorrow, warm e but beautiful now before the storms get here tomorrow. >> plenty of room on the beach for a spot. >> i'm on the way.
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>> we'll be there, right? >> all right. er holt is joining us now from new york. what's coming up on nightly news tonight? >> ahead for us, new details and clues about the methodical killings of eight family members in rural ohio. a drug cartel connection? our political team covers the john cruz and john kasich plan, could it backfire? pediatricians raising the alarm on children eating detergent pods. a family's harrowing story tonight. back to you in philly. >> lester, thanks, see you tonight at 6:30. rhonda says she was sick and tired of being sick and tired. >> joining thousands of runners taking part in this weekend's blue cross broad street run. her story of determination next another 5:00.
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well, in six days, thousands will run in the philadelphia tradition. the cross broad street run is sunday, and for the second year in a row, we'll broadcast the entire event live here on nbc 10. every person you see on broad street has a reason to run. >> and for rhonda cohen, it's been a long road to be motivated, but she's ready to cross the finish line. >> i run because i want a lifetime of great health. ♪ >> meet rhonda cohen, she's 62 years old. >> it took me a really long tired to say i'm sick and tired of being sick and tired. >> not running until she turned 50, and a year later, ran her first broad street run. >> we call ourselves the limping ladies. >> reporter: with support, she started to run, and then even more motivation. >> since i had this weight loss
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journey, december of '14, i had weight loss surgery, losing over a hundred pounds, and so i decided to tackle this beast. and try to run broad street again. her journey included a complete makeover. she was a lucky winner in a social media contest for independence blue cross and philadelphia magazine. >> when they first told me i won the contest, this makeover, i thought it was a scam, and it was too good to be true. >> reporter: it was no joke. rhonda received a personal dietitian, trainer, hair and makeup makeover and new wardrobe. >> it was fabulous. ♪ >> reporter: she's ready to experience again the thrill of the blue cross broad street run training at goals fit. >> first day i had her, she was on the treadmill, and she was almost, oh, i can't run that fast. she was able to talk, complain while running faster than she's
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gone before. >> what i didn't have inside me, she was giving me. >> more confidence. >> reporter: now rhonda all the confidence in the world. she wants to cross that finish line just as she did a decade ago. >> my favorite memory of the first race was because i'm slow, all my friends waited for me at the finish line and really cheered me on, and i had tears running down my face and tried my best to smile when the photographer took the picture, but i'm sure i was crying. ♪ >> oh, we wish her a lot of luck we have more stories from the runners as we get closer to the race. you'll get to see how they do when we air the blue cross broad street run live sunday. coverage beginning at 8:00 a.m. >> join us friday for ready, set, run. the experts show us what runners need to do in the days before the race. we'll show you the best places to watch along the course, and what's new at this year's and wellness expo. coming up next on nbc 10 news at 6:00, it is election
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eve. the voting booths put into place, complete coverage ahead including a look at the new alliance formed to try to topple donald trump. >> i made the right decision when our son died over a year ago on memorial day. the family wasn't ready. i was not ready. one-on-one with the vice president. nbc 10 speaks with him about a number of topics, including whether he regrets not running for president next at 6:00. flr the world a president has to grapple with.
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it's election day eve. the voting machines loaded up and put into place in both pennsylvania and delaware, and the candidates are criss crossing states as clocks tick down. polls in pa and delaware open tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. that means we're about 13 hours away now from the first votes being cast. polls remain open until 8:00 tomorrow night, and, tonight, ted cruz and john kasich teaming up to topple donald trump. two candidates in the area today taking shots at one another. nbc 10's lauren mayk on the trail with them, joining us live from westchester where trump spoke this afternoon and there was talk about this new
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alliance? >> reporter: yeah, jim. donald trump supporters do not like it. i spoke with a number of them today calling it unfair. they consider it more evidence of the party working against their guy. now, trump, himself, he calls it collusion. he spent time talking about the rivals and told the crowd to vote. trump with a last minute pitch to voters on the eve of pennsylvania's primary. he spoke to a crowd of students and supporters at westchester university taking aim at the republican rivals. >> how weak is that? how pathetic is it using collusion? >> the campaigns have a new strategy. cruz concentrating on indiana. kasich shifts west clearing a path for each other preventing trump to clench the nomination. what conned you this was the right thing to do now? >> my team met with the cruz people and made a recommendation. i think it's fair. you know, in some


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