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i'm very proud of him. male vo: comcast. turning up the chill. you'll notice when you walk out the door this morning, it is one of the coldest mornings of the season. a little windy, too. when it will warm up to the 60s just ahead in the first alert neighborhood forecast. racist messages on social media targeting black freshmen at the university of pennsylvania. live at penn with the reaction and effort to find out who posted those messages. president-elect donald trump opens up about his post election phone conversation with hillary clinton. good morning. welcome back to nbc10 news
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today. i am rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. it is 5:30 this saturday. it is starting the winter season is approaching. this morning, most neighborhoods are in the 30s. let's get right to meteorologist krystal klei with the first alert neighborhood weather to fill us in on this. >> the turtleneck, then the scarf, i am still cold walking in this morning. it is chilly this morning. some of us in the 30s, some of us in the 20s this morning. for the afternoon, chilly as well. that will hold tight for the forecast all day today. good news is sunday things warm up. look at a shift in the flow which means we are going to pull in warmer air. good news for temperatures by sunday. both days stay dry. ahead, a chance of rain moves back in, moving into the next work week. here is where we are now. 37 in philadelphia. that means this is the coldest temperature we've seen so far
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this season officially in philadelphia. a lot of us are around freezing. 32 degrees in wilmington, pots county, lancaster, 33, and allentown at 34 degrees. atlantic city right below freezing and 31. wildwood is better off at 41 degrees currently. for temperatures outside, very cool to start. radar and satellite show us we are clear. no clouds to track. you notice the gray on the map, helps with the temperature reading. it is not clouds overhead. what we are looking at, we will see clouds and chances of rain. we will track that potential with the extended forecast coming up in a bit. this morning, african-american students at the university of pennsylvania along with campus authorities are outraged in the wake of racist social media messages targeting freshmen. nbc10 monique braxton is live on campus with details of this. good morning. >> reporter: hi, rosemary.
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oklahoma seems to be the point of origin for messages sent to students at the university of penn. so far investigators tell us they still don't know who is responsible. this is part of what one african-american freshman received via text from a group identifying itself as trump did i siep he is on a social media app. there's as many as 100 students sent racial epithets and photographs of african americans hanging from trees by nooses from users identifying themselves as daddy trump. some messages sent in the form of an invitation to a daily lynching, while on campus we saw freshmen attend a town hall meeting last night. we found they're getting support from upper classmen. >> everyone who understands what trump election has done to their country, we are here in support. >> shock and disbelief.
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then you kind of start thinking, really, should i be surprised by this? this is racism and it is explicit. >> reporter: mayor kenny urged philadelphia commission of human relations to investigate and issued a statement saying it is heartbreaking to see this type of activity here in the birthplace of our democracy and the city of brotherly love. now, the college republicans call the messages absolutely despicable, condemning them as well. in the next half hour, you're going to hear what governor wolf has to say about the text messages descending on campus. live for now, monique braxton, nbc10 news. newly released video shows a haddon officer hanging on as they take off on a traffic spot.
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the suspect then tries to runoff and is shot during a fight with the officer which you see here. in the video you can hear the officer say he was unaware his weapon went off. the suspect is in jail and authorities are investigating this shooting. today, atlantic city police will host a basketball fundraiser for an officer shot in the line of duty. the officer was wounded in september. opening ceremonies for that charity tournament are set for 9:30 this morning at atlantic city high school. games kickoff at 10:00 today and tomorrow. first responders from all across the northeast are expected to play. you are looking at video of the officer when he left the hospital to go to rehab in september. he was shot in the head when he and his partner interrupted an armed robbery outside sees ars, atlantic city. two men charged with attempted murder in that shooting. following the election of donald trump as our next
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president, anti-trump protests continue, including philadelphia. some of them got a little rowdy. >> whoa, whoa. time to move. >> police in portland used tear gas and flash bang grenades to disburse crowds there. investigators are looking into a shooting that happened on a bridge where protesters were marching in portland. police made several arrests, reported vandalism and at least one assault. today back in our area in lehigh valley, a pro-trump rally set for easton. supporters plan to gather at center circle about noon. trump backers encouraged to bring signs and spirit. we are hearing post election revelations from president-elect trump. he told 60 minutes boiabout the
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concession call he received from clinton early wednesday morning. >> it was a lovely call and it was a tough call for her, i can imagine. tougher for her than it would have been for me, and for me it would have been very difficult. she couldn't have been nicer. she just said congratulations, donald, well done. i said i want to thank you very much, you were a great competitor. she's very strong and very smart. >> mr. trump also said former president bill clinton couldn't have been more gracious when he made a similar call wednesday night. 5:37 right now on this saturday. the nation paused yesterday to honor our veterans. still ahead, we'll show you how man's best friend is helping injured vets rebuild their lives. later, female friendly car repair. how a new business here in the area is catering specifically to women.
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welcome back. let's talk about a few events going on throughout your weekend. the forecast is looking chilly but dry. if you're going to the rocky run, 35 degrees the temperature at 6:00 a.m. very cool out there. winds make it feel cooler than it is. 37 degrees by 8:00 a.m. we will be clear, sunrise is out there until 10:00 a.m. in the lower 40s, although we are looking at forecast highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. that's across the board. here's the forecast for tailgating. 50 degrees by kickoff. 60 degrees. this will feel better to make it into the low 60s for forecast highs sunday. the sunday forecast certainly is
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better. we will pull warmer air from the west. the poconos weekend forecast getting out of town. sunny conditions both days. 43 saturday, and 51 sunday. again, sunday is the better of the two days. coming up, we will track that potential for rain in the ten day forecast. we have an alert for drivers headed to northeast philly. left lane of the betsy ross bridge to i-95 soiuth will be closed from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. crews are making repairs in the area. give yourself extra time for the west trenton regional rail line. shuttle buses replace trains at the yeardley and woodbourne stations. still ahead, college hoop action. villanova defending its title. sixers and pacers going to
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overtime. all next in sports.
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our nation paused this week to honor those that sacrificed so much for our country. one of the main tributes was at arlington national cemetery. yesterday president obama laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown, the remarks focused on veterans, the president called for unity following a divisive election. >> it has never been to find isolation in opposite corners, it is to find strength in our
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common creed. unity. >> vice president elect mike pence attended a ceremony in indiana. he thanked vets for service and courage and assured them of the trump administration commitment to reforming the va. veterans were honored at home, spring garden neighborhood, they served homeless vets a hot meal. part of the effort to serve more than 150,000 meals to the homeless across the region every year. dogs are more than companions for veterans injured fighting for america. we introduce you to one veteran and his friend in bethlehem. >> nice boy, yeah. >> reporter: dan and lolly are in separable. >> knowing he is by my side,
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knowing i can rely on him. >> reporter: the 11-year-old black lab is there for support in more ways than one. >> i got injured in 2004, lost my left leg in afghanistan. >> reporter: disabled and depressed, dan's therapist recommended something new, a service dog for combat wounded vets. >> i applied and two years later i received lolly. >> reporter: he started training off the bat he will field in new york. they're trained to help with basic tasks, picking up keys. >> wally bring, thank you. >> reporter: and getting off the ground. >> push off him, use him as a crush. together they're a team. like a dating service, they kind of match you up with the dog. >> reporter: a ray of sunshine when he needed it most. >> sit. i wouldn't be where i am without
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him in my life. the things i have done from running races, did races together, been on tv together. that's the purple heart. >> reporter: serving america in different ways. >> this happened, it is amazing, people come up to you. always say thank you for your support. >> reporter: soon wally will be a veteran in his own right, retiring in a year or two, living out his days wagging his tail like the flag in the front yard. >> good job old man. >> there's a waiting list to receive a special canines, america's vet dogs relies on donations so dogs can go to vets free of charge. matt delush a, nbc10 news. talking sports now. flyers great lynn dros gearing up for induction in the hall of fame. lynn dros was honorary captain
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in the game against the maple leafs as actual captain, led orange and black to the stanley cup finals in 1997. today, players can learn skills at the flyers rookie program in atlantic city. it begins 8:00 this morning at the skate zone on north albany avenue. parents can register kids online. the program designed to bring families closer to the hockey experience. 5:48 on this saturday. it is a cool one out there. let's get to meteorologist krystal klei with more of the first alert neighborhood weather. >> it is chilly. usually i am colder in studio than outside. not today. today is much cooler outside. here's a look at new jersey temperatures this morning. we look through the neighborhoods, some of us are at or below freezing. tracking temperatures mostly in the 30s.
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the numbers keep going. some in the 20s. schuylki schuylkill township likely in the 20s this morning. lehigh valley neighborhoods, same situation. very chilly. 32 degrees. so we've got numbers that are cold to start and will continue throughout today. we're not going to see a lot of warmup in the forecast temperatures this afternoon because we have cool air coming into the area, on top of that, a flow, winds moving in from the northwest. doesn't help with the chilly conditions. throughout the morning, we are under a frost advisory. that's the light blue. that's through delaware and cape may. notice the purple we overlayed through delaware and cape may. purple areas are a freeze watch for tomorrow morning.
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so we are talking just this cold tomorrow with a freeze watch in place, the next step up from a frost advisory. heads up in delaware and cape may. radar and satellite. what we have going on are clear conditions. you see clouds but sit well south of us. right now again pulling in cool air. that's what you see on the map for saturday morning. green arrows indicate where you pull cool air from. watch the change, moving saturday afternoon into the evening. now moving in from the west. that will pull in a little warmer air. that's what we are looking at happening by sunday. now the winds more directly from the west or from the southwest at points through sunday morning. temperatures still start cool but in the afternoon we will be able to see temperatures bump up a bit more. here's a look for saturday in philadelphia. 52 degrees. lehigh valley only high of 48.
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52 in areas like jersey and delaware. then moving to sunday, almost all of us ten degree boost. still sunny conditions this sunday, the pick of the week as we move through the weekend if you want to get outdoors. ten day on 10, chances of rain. dry through sunday. monday, clouds start to build. monday evening and into tuesday, that's effecting chances of rain. it is a coastal storm that looks to clip us. if that changes, we will update you. tuesday looking rainy, cooler. next chance of rain end of the next weekend. good morning. happy saturday. i am danny pommells from csn. sixers looking for the first win of the season, let a five point lead slip away with 25 seconds to go. says never mind that minutes restriction, i am playing in ot.
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they get their first win. 109-105. flyers and maple leafs. wearing 88 to honor eric lindros going into the hall of fame. flyers down a goal. turn it over on the power play. beats steve mason for the shorthanded goal. flyers get doubled up 6-3. eagles head coach doug pederson said today allen barbre will not play sunday. bennie logan is questionable but all signs point to him playing. the college basketball scene begins tonight. >> emphasis on home games and the crowd. you mention home games, a lot of it has to do with our crowd and the way they fill the stands and noise and making it hard for opponents to come in and play.
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the phils acquire howie kendrick from the dodgers. kendrick hit .255, expected to play corner outfield spot. nova, their title defense taking on lafayette on the main line. this was all nova. brunson, cash money from the far side. wildcats up 39. they win by 40. 88-48. big five, temple hosting lasalle. in the final seconds, a jordan price trifecta from straight away. in overtime, it's d squared. daniel dingle, the lefty hook puts the owls up. that's your look at sports. i am danny pommells, csn.
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why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard, never boring the why can't it smell like this all the time
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the learning the virtue of sharing why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. women spend an estimated $200 million a year buying and repairing cars. some say the process of car repair can be daunting and uncomfortable. she created girls auto clinic. it is an auto repair shop staffed by female mechanics,
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made to make women feel less intimidated. and the clutch beauty bar where they get pam perfected while getting service. >> we offered a lounge with kids play area, mannys, pedestriis w you wait. deptford mall, you can check out 3d scenes of santa's workshop. you can take an elfie selfie. racist messages targeting african-american students at pen. monique braxton is live on campus this morning. >> reporter: we will have reaction from students that received the text messages and from the governor and mayor kenny live after the break.
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well, a cold start this morning, but it will be a cool day. we are tracking chilly temperatures neighborhood by neighborhood. here's a live look outside boat house row there.
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right now, messages of hate. university of pennsylvania is trying to find out who posted racist messages on social media targeting african-american freshmen. demoted. new jersey governor chris christie will take a back seat on the trump transition team. we will have the details. feeling a bit wintry outside. it is cold this saturday. found these folks bunld elg up near rittenhouse square in philadelphia last night. it will be a similar scene today. we will have more on changes in the forecast in a few moments. thanks for being with us. it is 6:00 this saturday. one of the coldest mornings of the season. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all in the first alert neighborhood forecast. krystal? >> i hear people saying we're not ready. we are looking at temperatures in the 30s across the board. some of us are now in the 20s. 27 degrees in


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