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former secretary of state stumbling after she was diagnosed with pneumonia but before the public knew anything about it. the video and the health report driving more debate on what voters should know and when. in pennsylvania, governor tom wolf revealed health information when he announced he would be treated for prostate cancer. where is the line for what needs to be released and when? >> that's up to each individual candidate. my perspective is i want to release and be as transparent and open as i can possibly be. >> reporter: the governor, a democrat, is a clinton supporter. >> i think secretary clinton has done everything she can to be as open and transparent as she can. sometimes you come down with the flu or in her case pneumonia, and -- >> reporter: do you think it should have been revealed earlier? >> i don't know that she knew she had it. wasn't it just diagnosed -- >> reporter: on friday. >> so that was revealed pretty quickly, as far as i can see. >> reporter: clinton's pneumonia
diagnosis was revealed on sunday after her campaign said she became overheated at the 9/11 memorial. is it concerning at all that a couple of days went by that we didn't know about hillary clinton's pneumonia? >> it creates some doubt. it's in the interests of the campaign and the process to know as much in a timely way as we can. >> reporter: david thornburgh is president and ceo of a watchdog group, committee of 70. >> you apply for a demanding job, you take a physical to assure people that you have stamina, that you don't have any underlying conditions. we need to know that. this is also a test of how you respond to people's legitimate requests. >> reporter: as for the campaign trail, we've just learned hillary clinton's husband, former president bill clinton, will substitute for her at events in california tomorrow and nevada on wednesday. jim? >> lauren mayk.
hillary clinton will get help from the commander in chief tomorrow right here in philadelphia. president obama plans to push pennsylvania residents to vote during a speech along the ben franklin parkway. gates open for the public event at 11:15. president obama is not expected to speak until several hours later. if you're driving around the parkway tomorrow, you can expect to see some detours and delays. new at 6:00, in the past 30 minutes the city released its list of street closings. at 6:00 a.m. there will be lane restrictions. at 7:00 a.m., parts of kelly drive and spring garden will be detoured. at 9:00 a.m., the entire eakins oval will be closed for the event. donald trump will attend a private event tomorrow night at the aston community center. trump spoke out about ly
clinton's comment that half of his voters belong in a, quote, basket of deplorables. >> to hear my opponent attack, slander, smear, demean, these wonderful, amazing people who are supporting our campaign by the millions, our support comes from every part of america, and every walk of life. >> clinton did issue a statement saturday saying she regretted saying half of trump's supporters were deplorables. other news here at home, a bucks county toddler is shot and killed. now police are working to figure out just what happened. the boy lived at home with his father and grandparents on kumry road in milford township. police aren't saying exactly how the child was shot but they have identified him as 2-year-old benjamin austin smith. state police tell us the only other person in the house with the toddler was which father, nicholas wiley.
>> whether it was self-inflicted or not, that's for the investigation to determine. >> the boy's father was taken to the nearby state police barracks to be questioned. now, to an update on the bus crash in delaware we brought you as breaking news at 5:00. sky force 10 over the scene on route 896 in bayer. eight people on the bus went to the hospital with minor injuries. a truck on a flatbed with the front end smashed in. no word on what caused the crash. new at 6:00, a school controversy. a student got into the catholic school but the school does not want the student to attend. >> i didn't pinpoint that it was a gender dilemma until i cut my hair.
>> reporter: until then, she, madeleine, or maddie her parents say, hid behind her hair. maddie figured out she felt more comfortable as a boy, a decision she shared with her parents in may. >> in the end, i couldn't not be myself anymore. >> reporter: the gender change came after being accepted for enrollment at camden catholic high school to follow in dad's footsteps. >> at madeleine. he was accepted, enrolled, registered, half of the year's tuition was paid. >> reporter: by august, once they met with school leaders to discuss the name change along with bathrooms, uniforms and gym class, the school withdrew madeleine, now mason, from enrollment. they told the family -- >> we are to live our lives in the way anatomically god created us. >> a lot of the comments here are taking the words out of my mouth. >> reporter: mason and his family tell me the change.org petition came as a surprise to them, unsolicited. since sunday, a vast majority of
the comments have been supportive of mason. >> if god makes no mistakes, then god made no mistake making mason a "he." >> reporter: the school told us, we must always be true to the teachings of our faith, especially when those teachings are challenged by the secular world. >> if you can be so accepting of lgb in the community, why can't transgender students go there? >> reporter: mason will attend a cyber high school online. >> i want the outcome to be just awareness. i want to be the last transgender person they ever have to do this to. >> reporter: from williamstown, cydney long, nbc 10 news. tonight police hope to find the man who took pictures of women undressing in a target store. they say he went into a unisex
dressing room. he's accused of reaching under the door to take pictures with his phone. they say he drove away in a bmw. now to the latest on the septa slowdown. inspectors found an issue with 18 of the newly repaired cars this weekend. they are off the tracks again. septa blamed it on a design plum. 129 rail cars were pulled from service in july to fix a structural flaw. septa says it will have all the trains back on the tracks by november. one of philadelphia's largest employers is moving, but not leaving the area. denise nakano has more. >> reporter: you may remember aramark was considering a move. today governor wolf joined aramark in announcing they're staying in the city.
the company has been headquartered in philadelphia for decades. now they'll relocate farther west on market. they'll move into a fully renovated nine-story building located at 2400 market street near the banks of the schuylkill river. here is what the renovations will look like when compete. aramark is expected to begin transitioning some staff members to that location in the fall of 2018, with a full move estimated by the end of that year. aramark employs about 14,000 people in pennsylvania, 6500 of them are here in philadelphia. denise nakano, nbc 10 news. new at 6:00, general mills made up its mind and decided it's closing its vineland plant. nbc 10 told you in july about the possibility it would close. today the company confirmed it would close the manufacturing facility in the first quarter of
2018. 370 employees will lose their jobs. the plant manufacturers progresso soup. a man had a court date in can democr camden. he's accused of getting into relationships with women and then asking for loans and not repaying them. next at 6:00, the magic man, jon dorenbos, scored a victory on the field with the eagles yesterday, then went straight to l.a. for a shot at an even bigger victory. i'm jacqueline london live in l.a. with jon dorenbos every step of the way as he tells me what's up his sleeve for his final trick. plus a wonderful debut for carson wentz. but one of his favorite targets could be out for the next game. glenn? if you enjoyed the cooler weather today, not going to
last. i'm tracking temperatures climbing into the
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waves. it's become a tradition for miss america the morning after her win. shields is an art major at the university of arkansas. she called on democrats and republicans to learn to compromise with one another after her win. an ocean city councilman's idea to allow dogs on the beach during the summer got a lot of barking, if you will. he wanted the animals walking the shore from 6 to 9:00 p.m. during the summer. he got 1500 likes on facebook but more than a thousand negative comments. so he's decided to drop the whole idea. the next act into the finals is -- jon dorenbos! >> he is the eagles' magic man. he's captivated america. he was on the field against the browns yesterday. now his magic act will be center stage in the "america's got talent" finale tomorrow. there is nbc 10's jacqueline
london, who was with dorenbos as he traveled across the country for the rehearsal. jackie, you talked to dorenbos today about what fans can expect in this finale, something special i imagine. >> reporter: jim, he's used to putting his game face on for the eagles. but does is a whole different ball game for him. simon cowell has already called him a genius, a wizard. heidi klum says she loves how he makes everyone feel. where do you go from there? jon says he's going back to the basics. since he was a child, he's entertained everyone around him. but this time it's different. he's performing for a shot at winning the country over with his magic. e he made it through the semis with flying colors. but it all comes down to the final. what can we expect from your performance? >> whoo! i'm going to tell you right now, this one is coming from the heart. so it's my beliefs on life. it's my beliefs on magic.
it's kind of a routine that i guess i've been doing since i was a little kid. it's moves that i learned. some of the very first card moves i ever learned. so because of that, i'm really excited. >> reporter: pure magic and a passion for performing. jon dorenbos kept getting touchdowns in his new spotlight on "america's got talent." but the pressure has never been greater than right now. how much pressure is there to do the most unbelievable magic act? >> does that mean it's bigger? no. does that mean it's smaller? no. i think as a performer, it's not about me, it's not about the trick. it's about entertaining the audience. i wanted to give them my interpretation of magic. hopefully they dig it. i'm super proud of this. i want to do something just beautiful, just elegant. >> reporter: over the top and high energy, what we've all come to know from dorenbos. for his final act, without giving too many away, it seems he's turning down the volume to really turn up. >> i'm a hyper, high energy guy.
i wanted to see a different side of what magic means to me. >> reporter: coming up tonight at 11:00, more on what magic means to him and why it's so important. jon says not only did magic change his life, but it also saved it. more on that touching story that you don't want to miss, tonight at 11:00 right here on nbc 10. from l.a., jacqueline london, nbc 10 news. >> an important therapy for him, jackie, such a great guy. jackie will join us live the next two nights. don't miss the "america's got talent "finale tomorrow night at 8:00 on nbc 10. wednesday, the winner is crowned starting at 8:00. vote for dorenbos on our website tomorrow at 8:00 until wednesday morning at 7:00 a.m. and you can vote up to ten times. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. such a beautiful day today. not a cloud in the sky right now
in philadelphia. 81 degrees. we got up to 84 today but it didn't feel like it. beautifully clear across most of the area. look how bright and blue that sky is in lehigh valley. we've seen temperatures go well into the 90s in delaware last week. some places, not even in the 80s with all this sunshine. newark, 77. glasgow, 77. tallivill talliville, 78. georgetown, 76. and remember last week, we even had the feels-like temperatures, 105 at bethany beach? right now, the temperature 73 degrees. what a change. now, we're not going to be keeping this comfort all week. but we are certainly going to be keeping the sunshine for another day. no doubt about that. and so it's comfortable, except for wednesday.
we've got that one day where it's going to get up to 93 in philadelphia. then it drops. dover, 91. then it drops into the 70s for highs. allentown, 91, then down into the 70s toward the end of the week. wildwood, 88, going down into the 70s as well. now, we've also had a real lack of rain. we need some. the only rainy day we've had so far this month was the first day of the month. all of these days with the orange. that's dry weather or predict dry weather through saturday. we're predicting rain for sunday. and that's about it. so some folks are looking for some opportunities for rain. and where are they coming from? from wisconsin. it's going to take a while. watch what happens to all of this. as we go into wednesday, wednesday morning we're still clear. wednesday afternoon, we're still
pretty clear, pretty impressive area of showers and thunderstor thunderstorms. it disappears. that's what happens later on in the evening. as we lose the heat of the day, there's not enough moisture in the atmosphere to keep that rain threat significantly high. 76 in fairmount tomorrow. look at these low temperatures in some of these places. easton at 53. reading, 56 degrees. it's unusually cool. egg harbor city, 56. at the beaches, 65 degrees. in lawn port, 61 in avalon, 62 in rehoboth beach. over the next few days we'll see that one day temperature rise as we go into the rest of the week and at the shore we're in the 80s before going back into the 70s too. >> all right, glenn. we're following breaking
news. sky force 10 live over valley forge military academy in wayne. police there are responding to reports of a shooting. we don't know if anyone was in fact injured there. you see some officers walking on the sidewalk there. we don't have solid information on the exact circumstances here. once again, police responding to reports of a shooting. we'll continue to work to get more details and bring you more information just as we get it. this is at the valley forge military academy in wayne. we'll be right back.
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the eagles with a great win yesterday. today a few injuries could keep two birds out of next monday night's game in chicago. tight end zack ernst probably won't be able to play. he got hit on his shoulder. zack had a really good game but he's not going to be able to play through the pain with this injury. >> probably going to have to be cleared. it's a dangerous situation with a displaced bone. you're talking up around the neck and head jerry. so any type of blow, again, could do further damage to that. that's why it's a week to week deal, to see how it heals and recovers. >> also corner back mcelvin has strained ham straininstrinhamst.
two touchdown passes cars on wentz threw, jordan said you can't throw them any better. carson says he's going to block negative. here is the eagles exclusive video of doug peterson's locker room speech after getting his first win. >> you saw how hard it is to go get a victory. it took every one of you to do it. that's what a team is all about. that's the way you prepare during the week. that's the way you play at the end of the week. great people do great coaching jobs. this is the first coaching win for coach peterson. [ applause ] >> family, right? family on three. one, two, three. >> family! >> family. and another big injury for the eagles, quarterback rg 3 broke a
bone in his shoulder. the browns placed him on injured reserve, he'll miss at least two months. phillies get michael franco tonight. a new philly will make a debut, roman quinn called up from reading yesterday. he's going to play right field tonight. manager pete mccannon says faro will make his debut tomorrow night. vote for our high school team of the week. here are the choices. call or text your vote to the number there or vote at nbc10.com. i'm john clark. jim? not jim. we're right back after this. pat toomey started his career as an investment banker.
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we've seen officers walking calmly into one building there. follow us on social media throughout the night and on nbc 10 news at 11:00. thanks for watching. good night. tonight health scare fall-out. after that jarring video of hillary clinton becoming ill, tonight her campaign under fire. why did it take two days to disclose she had pneumonia. aides now admitting mistake, promising more medical records are coming. is it a turning point after years of bloodshed in syria? a u.s.-russia mega deal finally stops the bombing. can it last? caught on camera, an arsonist torches a florida mosque. a congregation shaken in a hunt for who set the fire. fatal crash involving a high school football team, once again raising questions about seat belts. and imagine instead of you paying medical costs, at the insurance company pays