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colin kaepernick continues his national anthem protest, and local students follow suit. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. > destination, pennsylvania. donald trump and president obama heading here tomorrow, a crucial stop on the way to the white house. i'm jim rosenfield. with just eight weeks until the general election now, the push for pennsylvania is harder than ever. both parties know this battleground state could be the key to victory. the democrats are up first tomorrow. president obama is stumping for hillary clinton at aikens oval. his event begins around 2:00. then at 7:30 p.m., it's trump's turn. the republican holding an event at aston community center in delaware county. nbc 10's brandon hudson is live at aikens oval tonight. the president's appearance could cause some problems during the morning commute. >> reporter: those traffic restrictions are expected to
start at 6:00 tomorrow morning. you can see behind me the decorations and setup for the president's visit in the oval. that's tomorrow. a busy start to a political day in philadelphia and delaware county. some late night work at hillary clinton's office on cecil b. moore avenue. a group of volunteers making campaign calls ahead of president barack obama's visit to philadelphia tomorrow. >> are you going to be able to come to the rally? >> reporter: the president is visiting to help democratic candidate hillary clinton. >> i know it's something that he has to do to keep his -- what he has started to continue. >> reporter: clinton volunteer shawn plans to take her family to see the president at aikens oval. she will have to fight through traffic delays as the mayor's office says drivers on kelly drive, spring garden, and mlk drive will be detoured around 7:00 a.m. >> i'm leaving my house early in the morning. >> reporter: as obama leaves tomorrow afternoon, republican presidential candidate donald
trump will speak at a private event at the aston township community center. delaware county gop chairman andy reilly says if trump stays on message, he can build momentum in the suburban areas. >> we're dealing with a regular rank and file common sense guy who wants to put the country back on track. >> reporter: we sat down with political science assistant professor shawna chavez to discuss this rare simultaneous visit. >> what the candidates are trying to do is not so much win over voters but really whip up the base. >> reporter: by 9:00 tomorrow morning, it will be next to impossible to drive around aikens oval. the mayor's office is suggesting that drivers take the sky gull, take broad street to get around to where they need to go. some violence at a donald trump rally in asheville, north
carolina tonight, as the republican presidential candidate was speaking, an altercation broke out in the stands. security guards were trying to es koert protesters out of the arena when a man confronted the group. you can see him grab one of the protesters around his neck. security let him stay, and trump seemed unaware of the incident. instead he attacked hillary clinton for calling half his supporters, quote, a basket of deplorables. meantime, hillary clinton says tonight she's feeling better one day after revealing that she has pneumonia, but controversy continues to swirl over why it took so long for her campaign to reveal her diagnosis. the democratic presidential candidate spoke with cnn's anderson cooper tonight, telling him she didn't think her diagnosis was going to be that big of a deal. video showed her nearly collapsing, leaning on secret service agents here after abruptly leaving an 9/11 memorial service in manhattan yesterday. clinton denies fainting. >> i felt dizzy, and i did lose my balance for a minute. but once i got in, once i could
sit down, once i could cool off, once i had some water, i immediately started feeling better. >> clinton aides admit they did not give the public enough information right away about her condition and are promising to release more of her medical records. clinton says she'll be back on the campaign trail in the next couple of days. in just under eight hours, voters will begin heading to the polls for the primary election day in delaware. democrats and republicans will select their candidates for some of the state's most high-profile offices. that includes delaware's seat in congress, governor, and lieutenant governor, and mayor of wilmington. the polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 tomorrow night. if you're casting a ballot this election season, you might be tempted to document the moment with a selfie. but voter beware, it is illegal in some states. tomorrow an appeals court in boston will consider the issue for the first time. the case centers on a 2014 new hampshire law that makes it a crime for voters to take
pictures of their ballots and share them on social media. new hampshire is not the only state with a ban on voter selfies. there are a total of 26 states that do so, including pennsylvania. but they are allowed in delaware. the law is unclear in new jersey. skyforce10 over the scene of an accident, a car accident in merszer county. police say four people were hurt in this crash, one of whom is listed in critical condition at this hour. perhaps you can see there at least two cars up on the sidewalk. this happened within the last hour near broad street park avenue in hamilton township, and we're working to confirm what might have caused that crash. tax trouble on the main line. some neighbors say the lower merion school district is hiking their taxes when it already has millions in extra money. nbc 10's den niece na cano is live in ardmore. denise, questions about the board's fiscal transparency here too. >> reporter: that's right. one taxpayer saying tonight that this is a walkup call.
residents expressing concern about an increase in taxes when the lower merion school district is operating with a multimillion dollar budget surplus. lower merion taxpayers fired off criticism during tonight's school board meeting over increases in their taxes. >> it's a disgrace. >> you've lied to us for 10 full years. shame on you. >> reporter: in the past ten years, they've seen taxes go up, believing the school district budget was facing a deficit. now many are learning from a recent lawsuit the school district has a surplus. a $57 million budget surplus. >> then give us back our money. >> reporter: the author filed a lawsuit against the merion school district which wanted a 4% increase in school taxes. >> they deliberately overstated their expenses and deliberately understated their revenues so they could justify these tax increases. >> reporter: last month, the court ruled in his favor. the judge ordered the school district to rework its spending plan and said the schools couldn't hike taxes more than
2.4%. tonight others in the room voiced support for the lower merion school board and the superintendent, saying they're willing to pay the price for a good education no matter what the cost. >> i personally would rather those dollars go here than to the federal government. >> cutting is not going to do it. >> i believe the taxes i pay for education -- and i am retired -- will benefit not only the students' future, but my future with educated leaders. >> reporter: school district officials say the sur plus is needed to fund an uncertain future, including enrolement growth and pension costs. the school district is appealing the court's decision. now, wolk says that he's not in this for the money. if he gets any money from this lawsuit, he plans to donate 100% of it. denise na cano, nbc 10 news. speaking of schools, your kids could need a jacket at the bus stop tomorrow. sheena parveen. >> yeah, jim. just a light jacket for parts of
the area, like the lehigh valley, maybe areas like vineland. look at our morning temperatures for the bus stop around 7:30. mid-50s in at lentown. philadelphia area will be in the low 60s. redding, right around the mid-50s. so cool but comfortable tomorrow morning. coming up, though, we do have 90s returning this week. then after that, another big cool-down. so it will go from feeling like summer to feeling like fall. and we're talking about some weekend thunderstorms. i'll show you all those details coming up in about ten minutes. new at 11:00, for the third consecutive week, 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick continued protesting the national anthem. ♪ tonight kaepernick was joined in protest by teammate eric reid, and they weren't alone. several other players on both teams remained standing but raised a fist there in protest.
locally the diocese of camden is warning its students not to follow kaepernick's lead. superintendent mary boyle sent a moment mow reading, our schools are founded on the teaching of respect and honor. respect and honor for god, country, and duly appointed authority. the memo continues, we are not public institutions, and free speech and all of its demonstrations, including protests, is not a guaranteed right. failure to demonstrate appropriate respect will result in suspension from play. two games or dismissal from the team for subsequent offenses. camden public schools say they will not take action against students and coaches who protested during the anthem this weekend. all but two members of the woodrow high school team knelt. t the school district says it supports the team's freedom to express its first amendment right. new details.
police say bubble wrap and not gunfire was the source of a scare at valley forge military academy earlier this evening. officers gave the all-clear after students spent about an hour on lockdown. officials say a student at nearby eastern university reported hearing what she thought was the sound of gunshots. police later determined the cause was most likely that bubble wrap. >> while we can, you know, laugh about it now, it's a good thing that we're able to laugh about it and that there was no situation or no imminent threat taking place on either campus. >> all students have since resumed their normal routines. frightening flowers. new details about the threatening note police say a man delivered inside a bouquet. >> plus a local student learns a hard lesson. why he's banned from the same school that initially gave him acceptance. he's an eagle. he's a magician, and he's hoping to win "america's got talent." i'm jacqueline london live in los angeles. the story of jon dorenbos and how he made it to hollywood
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tonight we have some new information in the case of a man who delivered flowers to a woman with a threatening message. police say this is surveillance video of the suspect, who made the delivery to a business on south 23rd street last month. new tonight, sources telling nbc 10 the flowers had a note with a biblical passage warning the victim to quit her job. the victim says she did not recognize the suspect. south jersey high school students being denied access to school after officials found out the student was transgender. 14-year-old mason catrambone originally applied to and was accepted into camden catholic high school as madeline. catrambone's parents asked the school to register their child as a male student, but the school declined, citing a contradiction with catholic teaching on gender identity. mason says he has no regrets about his decision. >> you can be so accepting of
lgb in the community, then why can't transgender students go there? >> mason tells us he will continue his catholic beliefs and blans to attend a cyber high school online. tomorrow, long snapper jon dorenbos has his chance to wow the country one last time in the finale of "america's got talent." nbc 10's jacqueline london followed jon from philly to l.a., where the show happens tomorrow. jackie, it's been an amazing ride for him. >> reporter: it has. i'm here at the universal studios lot. this time tomorrow night, jon dorenbos will have already performed his magic trick for a shot at winning $1 million. but for him, it's about much more than a shot at stardom. it's about helping others win. from the outside looking in, it would seem jon dorenbos is living a charmed life. the longest tenured eagle on the
team. now a final contestant on "america's got talent." but his journey to this point has been anything but charmed. you say magic saved your life. >> it gave me an out as a kid. and all i knew is that when i was shuffling cards, i wasn't thinking about anything else. i wasn't thinking about what happened to my family. i wasn't thinking about the foster home i was living at. >> reporter: at the age of 12, jon's father murdered his mother by beating her to death. he was convicted and sentenced to 13 years in prison. at that point, jon turned to imaginabl magic. >> i just sit at a table and i shuffle and whether it's 10 minutes or two hours go by, i just stand up and i feel like i know the answer and i know which direction i want to head. >> reporter: for jon to have this moment, being recognized for the hobby that helped him heal, it means the world. how happy does it make you to give other people joy? >> awesome. it's one of the greatest feelings in the world. i love what i do. and so to be able to share that moment with them and to be able to get them to escape their
lives for a second and maybe get them to think about things a little differently, that's a really cool thing to do. >> reporter: making the world a better place, one fan, one magic trick, one child at a time. >> i'm involved with different organizations for domestic violence, for foster kids, for kids that went through the same thing i did. so when you get that platform and you can create awareness and help people, that's the greatest responsibility in the world. i absolutely love it, and this just helps that. >> reporter: and jon dorenbos says through magic, he was able to find peace and clarity. the finals are here tomorrow night. i'll be on the red carpet as jon goes in for his performance at the dolby theater. we'll have it all for you, behind the scenes, backstage passes. i'm jacqueline london live at the universal studios lot. >> can't wait to see what i tries to pull off tomorrow night. thanks so much. we know that jacqueline will be joining us live from los angeles
the next couple of nights as jon dorenbos competes in the finale of "america's got talent." tomorrow at 8:00 p.m., watch as jon wows the judges one final team. then on wednesday at 8:00 p.m., "america's got talent" crown az new winner. there's only one place to watch it all and that is right here on nbc 10. it's so much fun to watch him perfect, right, sheena? he's got so much talent and so much enthusiasm, too. >> yes, we love watching him perform, so we're all going to be watching as we go through the rift of this week. nice conditions outside. if you walked outside, you'll notice temperatures are cooler. some areas will be in the 50s when you wake up, like the lehigh valley. philadelphia, about the low 60s as well as mount holly and wilmington. so it's going to be another cool start to your day tomorrow. through the afternoon tomorrow, we're going to be a little warmer than today. by wednesday, that's when the 90s return. then we have another cool-down as we go into thursday. so between wednesday and thursday, we have a huge
temperature difference coming. here we go into wednesday on future temperatures here. 90s come back. the hot air moves in feeling like summer. but then there's a cold front that will be approaching. that front swings through early thursday. the cooler air moves in to end out the week. it's going to feel like summer one day and fall the next. a big difference in our temperatures. take a look at it. today we hit 84 degrees. tomorrow 87. wednesday, 93. huge drop going into thursday. 78 for the high temperature. now, the normal high this time of the year, that's 80 degrees. then we go into friday. we're still going to be around 80 degrees. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you'll see that big change as we go through the middle of the week. big area of high pressure. that's pretty much going to be keeping us dry. it will slide away allowing that cold front to move through. we don't expect a lot of rain with that cold front. the best chance would be maybe a couple showers around, but a lot of computer models even struggling to bring that in. pretty much dry with a big dip in temperatures coming on
thursday. our next rain chance won't be until the weekend. philadelphia, 87. 78 on thursday. staying mostly dry. pennsylvania suburbs, mid-80s tomorrow. wednesday, low 90s. thursday, 77 for a high temperature. lehigh valley, mid-80s tomorrow. low 90s, wednesday. thursday, mid-70s for a high temperature. and slow warming for new jersey and delaware, to the low 90s by wednesday. mid-to-upper 70s by thursday. if you're along the shore, you'll be near 90 wednesday. mid-70s as we go into thursday. and for your weekend, heading into the weekend at least, friday around 80 degrees. upper 70s for some. staying dry. saturday, low 80s, and then the showers and storms. those move in for the second half of the weekend. just in time for your sunday. stay tuned. we'll be right back. narrator: terrorism here at home.
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this video from last wednesday night's sold out performance of bruce sfringstein and the e street band. it was the first of two shows at citizens bank park. one that broke a record for his longest performance on u.s. soil, clocking in at four hours and four minutes. and it appears the boss will be back in town. later this month, he's scheduled to hold a meet and greet with fans on thursday, september 29th, at the free library, philadelphia's central branch. tickets will be $33 each and include a signed copy of the book. the newly crowned miss america embraced tradition this morning by taking a dip in the ocean in atlantic city, and our cameras caught her jumping in the waves. the dip has become customary for miss america on the morning after her win. so is striking a pose next to an a.c. life boat. she beat out the rest of the pack for the crown last night.
congratulations to her. sports is coming up next. pat toomey
started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer, overseeing stock trades in new york, london and tokyo. next, toomey moved to hong kong to work with wealthy chinese investors. in the senate, it's no surprise toomey's been siding with wall street. voting to allow banks to continue making the risky investments that wrecked our economy. pat toomey. he's for wall street. not us
>> announcer: this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity. i'm john clark from csn. the eagles won their season opener but they probably lost two starters for monday night in chicago. corner back lee oetdis mckelvin is week to week with a strained hamstring. and tight end jack ertz has a displaced rib. probably won't be able to play. could be out a few games. he got hit on his shoulder in the first quarter. coach doug peterson says this is a dangerous situation. we are now living in carson city, wentslevania. those two touchdown passes he threw, you saw the one to jordan matthews. look at this one to nelson
aguilar. doug peterson says today he was so impressed with carson's presence. >> for him to have that kind of poise in the pocket for his first start and really only having about four series, you know, throughout the entire training camp, you just can't teach that. >> sunday was also a big day for doug. he got his first win as an nfl head coach, and here is the eagles' exclusive scene in the locker room after the win. who do you think gets the game ball? >> all right. great people do great coaching jobs. this is a great person and first coaching win for coach pederson. [ applause ] >> raise it high, baby. >> bring it up. >> family, right? family on three. one, two, three. >> family! all right. phillys, franco back after missing five games with that
jammed thumb. philly is hosting the pirate. freddy gal vis. his 18th homer. he now has nine over the last month. that's the most for any shortstop in baseball over the last month. we are tied up at one. roman quinn called up from redding yesterday. his citizens bank park debut. bases loaded in the second. his first major league hit brings home two runs. then in the sixth, quinn, look at this. it's going to bring home another run. how about that? roman quinn, what a night. a couple rbis. then jorge alfaro, this is how he gets his first major league hit in his major league debut. yeah, the guys on the bench laughing about it. phillys beat the pirates 6-2. don't forget to vote for our high school football game of the week. here are your choices. parkland and easton. you can call or text your vote to the number on the screen or vote at nbc 10.com. i'm john clark. we'll be right back.
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that's our news at 11:00. i'm jim rosenfield. for sheena and all of us here, thanks so much for watching. have a great night. the tonight show starring jimmy fallon is next tonight. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- renee zellweger -- shaquille o'neal -- and musical guest,