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NBC10 First Alert Weather: Record Temperatures

NBC10 First Alert Weather: Record Temperatures

Another day of warm, spring-like weather is in the forecast. NBC10 Meterologist Krystal Klei has your details and what you can expect as temperatures rise.

Open or Closed for Presidents' Day

Open or Closed for Presidents’ Day

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Gunman Shoots 4 Teens in West Philadelphia

Gunman Shoots 4 Teens in West Philadelphia

Four teenagers are recovering after they were shot by a gunman in West Philadelphia Saturday night.Photo Credit: NBC10

Officer Hurt During Dirt Bike Chase in North Philly: Police

Officer Hurt During Dirt Bike Chase in North Philly: Police

A police officer is recovering after she was injured during a dirt bike chase in North Philadelphia Saturday night.

Firefighters Battle Apartment Fire in Fairless Hills

Firefighters Battle Apartment Fire in Fairless Hills

Firefighters battled a large fire in Fairless Hills, Bucks County Saturday night.

2-Year-Old Child Struck in Hit-and-Run in Ambler

2-Year-Old Child Struck in Hit-and-Run in Ambler

A toddler is in the hospital after being struck in a hit and run crash in Ambler, Pennsylvania.Photo Credit: Augie Conte

Warmest Polar Bear Plunge Ever?

Warmest Polar Bear Plunge Ever?

People came out in droves for what might have been the warmest Polar Bear Plunge in recent memory. Swimmers who took the plunge enjoyed near record high temperatures in Sea Isle City, New Jersey. NBC10 Reporter Drew Smith spoke to participants about the unusual conditions at this year’s plunge.

Taxi Driver Shoots Taxi Driver Outside SEPTA Station: Police

Taxi Driver Shoots Taxi Driver Outside SEPTA Station: Police

A fight between two taxi drivers led to a shooting outside a SEPTA station in Philadelphia Saturday afternoon, police said.

South Jersey Police Officer Injured in Patrol Vehicle Crash

South Jersey Police Officer Injured in Patrol Vehicle Crash

A police officer was injured Saturday morning when she lost control of her patrol vehicle and it collided into a pole and tree in Pleasantville, Atlantic County. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Warm Weather and Special Events Happening This Weekend

Warm Weather and Special Events Happening This Weekend

Beautiful weather is in the forecast for this President’s Day weekend.

Woman Arraigned in Stabbing of Second-Grader

Woman Arraigned in Stabbing of Second-Grader

Majeah Bashir was held on $250,000 bail after she was charged with attempted murder for allegedly stabbing a little girl Friday, causing a large gash along her hairline, during an argument about babysitting, police said. She was arraigned Saturday morning and sent to Delaware County jail.

Lower Merion High Team Protests Immigration Policy

Lower Merion High Team Protests Immigration Policy

Members of the Lower Merion High School boy’s basketball team are protesting recent immigration policy by wearing pre-game shirts with a message: “I am a Muslim. I am a refugee. I am an immigrant. I am an American. I am an Ace.” An Ace refers to the team’s mascot. The rest refers to recent new White House policies. Listen to what one of the team’s players said about the message his team is trying to send.

Is This Mid-April? Temps This Weekend Will Make You Think So

Is This Mid-April? Temps This Weekend Will Make You Think So

It’s going to be 20 degrees above average for this time of year when you go outside, according to NBC10 First Alert Weather. Here are some fun facts about the unusually warm weather that’ll put it all in perspective.When is it normal to see mid 60s temperatures in Philly? Mid-April! (To be exact, April 17th sees the first 65-degree reading as an average at Philadelphia International Airport. The first 66-degree reading as an average is April 20.)Yesterday to today? A 20-degree difference in forecast highs.Record for Saturday? 69 degrees set in 2011, 1890 and 1891.Record for Sunday? 68 degrees set in 1948.What’s average for this weekend? 44 (Saturday) and 45 (Sunday).

2 Officers Sprayed With Mace, Four Arrested at City Protest

2 Officers Sprayed With Mace, Four Arrested at City Protest

Two police officers were taken to the hospital after they were sprayed with mace at a large protest on Broad Street that turned violent for a time Friday evening. Four men were taken into custody following the incident.Photo Credit: SkyForce10

NJ High School Officials Suspended Amid Probe of Grade Irregularities

NJ High School Officials Suspended Amid Probe of Grade Irregularities

The Principal at a North Jersey high school was among 10 staff members suspended Thursday after an audit revealed a reported 3,000 changes or discrepancies with grades and graduation credits.As many as 300 students at Engelwood’s Dwight Morrow High School, worried about how the issue will effect college applications and transcripts, walked out of class Friday in protest, with some demanding the superintendent’s firing.Photo Credit: NBC New York

Tracking Spring-Like Weekend

Tracking Spring-Like Weekend

Enjoy this weekend! You can expect temperatures to rise into the 60s Saturday and Sunday and it will be dry. NBC10 First Alert Weather chief meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz explains how long the warm, dry spell will last.

Not So Polar 'Polar Plunge' at the Jersey Shore

Not So Polar ‘Polar Plunge’ at the Jersey Shore

Folks in Sea Isle are celebrating ahead of the annual “Polar Plunge” which, with the temperatures rising to the 50s and 60s, won’t be very cold. NBC10’s Keith Jones talks to excited plungers.

Book 75 Years Overdue Returned

Book 75 Years Overdue Returned

A book checked out from a Pennsylvania library more than 75 years ago was finally returned.Photo Credit: WBRE-TV

Woman Stabs Child in Head Over Babysitting Argument: PD

Woman Stabs Child in Head Over Babysitting Argument: PD

A woman was arrested in Delaware County Friday after police say she stabbed an 8-year-old girl in the head in front of several other children.Photo Credit: NBC10

Holiday Weekend Warm Up

Holiday Weekend Warm Up

NBC10 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz is predicting Spring-like weather for the long weekend. Highs in the 60s could break records throughout the area.

Japanese Internment Camp Exhibit

Japanese Internment Camp Exhibit

A first of its kind East Coast exhibit about Japanese internment camps during World War II is coming to Center City. NBC10 Reporter Denise Nakano shares her personal connection.

Demonstrators March Through Center City

Demonstrators March Through Center City

A large group of protesters marched from City Hall north on Broad Street Friday evening. They protested President Donald Trump. NBC10 Reporter Randy Gyllenhaal reports live from SkyForce10 above the protests in North Philadelphia as a some burned an American flag.

Avoiding IRS Scams

Avoiding IRS Scams

Scammers texted a Philadelphia woman asking her to call them about her taxes. She had a bad feeling and called NBC10 Responds. Harry Hairston has tips to avoid getting your information stolen this tax season.

Soda Tax Debate Isn't Fizzling Out

Soda Tax Debate Isn’t Fizzling Out

Philadelphia’s sugary beverage tax is going towards things like libraries and community centers. Some facilities are still waiting for that badly needed funding. NBC10 Reporter Aundrea Cline-Thomas spoke with people waiting on the funding and a small business owner on the affect its having on sales.

Seaside Heights Making a Comeback

Seaside Heights Making a Comeback

The Seaside Heights Casino Pier is building a new marquee attraction. The pier hasn’t had a roller coaster since Hurricane Sandy swept its old one into the ocean in 2012. NBC10 Jersey Shore Bureau Reporter Ted Greenberg spoke with people who want you to know it won’t be long before their signature ride is back.

Preparing for the Spring-Like Holiday Weekend

Preparing for the Spring-Like Holiday Weekend

Temperatures are expected to be in the 60s for the long weekend, and people in the area are getting ready. NBC10 Delaware Bureau Reporter Tim Furlong shows us what you can look forward to this President’s Day weekend around the region. 

Masked Men Break into MontCo Pizza Shop

Masked Men Break into MontCo Pizza Shop

Police say a masked duo are going town to town breaking into small businesses. They hit a pizza shop in Montgomery County this week. NBC10 Reporter Deanna Durante reports live from the shop they broke into.

President's Day Festivities

President’s Day Festivities

Many people will be celebrating Presidents Day come Monday; Kerry Sautner joins Tracy Davidson to discuss how the National Constitution Center will celebrate.

New Mussels Exhibit at the Fairmount Water Works

New Mussels Exhibit at the Fairmount Water Works

The Mussels Hatchery Exhibit at the Fairmount Water Works highlights the importance of the endangered aquatic animals to the environment.

Diminishing Winds & Plenty of Sunshine

Diminishing Winds & Plenty of Sunshine

Winds are starting to diminish as the warm weather rolls in for this weekend; plus our 10 day on 10.

Main Line Hospital Plans $52.8M Expansion

Main Line Hospital Plans $52.8M Expansion

Lankenau Medical Center unveiled plans Friday to spend $52.8 million to expand and enhance its emergency department.Photo Credit: John George/Philadelphia Business Journal

A Scapegoat! Billy Baaack with Owner after Roaming Bucks Co.

A Scapegoat! Billy Baaack with Owner after Roaming Bucks Co.

Authorities from the Newtown Township Police Department responded to complaints Friday at around 6 a.m. about a goat disturbing the residential area.Photo Credit: Newtown Township Police Department This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Ringling Bros. Circus Final Curtain Call in Philadelphia

Ringling Bros. Circus Final Curtain Call in Philadelphia

After more than a century of performing, “The Greatest Show on Earth” has reached the end of its era – but not without one last stop in Philadelphia.

Breaking Down President Trump's Communication Style

Breaking Down President Trump’s Communication Style

President Donald Trump addressed the media alone for the first time since taking office Thursday. Susan Mackey-Kallis, Ph.D., a communications expert at Villanova University breaks down his communication…

'Likely' Correlation Between Fracking and Earthquakes

’Likely’ Correlation Between Fracking and Earthquakes

Pennsylvania environmental regulators say there’s a likely correlation between a natural gas company’s fracking operation and a series of minor earthquakes in western Pennsylvania last year.Photo Credit: EPA

NJ School Will Renovate in Summer After Mercury Discovered

NJ School Will Renovate in Summer After Mercury Discovered

The Bernice B. Young School in Burlington Township found mercury levels due to the gymnasium’s rubberized floor. The school says the floor will not be replaced until this summer during district-wide renovations….Photo Credit: Google Street View

Meet the 6 orgs that snagged grants from StartUp PHL’s Call for Ideas fund

Meet the 6 orgs that snagged grants from StartUp PHL’s Call for Ideas fund

From open data classes to business support for immigrant-owned businesses, here’s an early look at some of the projects StartUp PHL will back.

John's Roast Pork Robbed After Thief Breaks In Through Roof

John’s Roast Pork Robbed After Thief Breaks In Through Roof

South Philadelphia sandwich shop, John’s Roast Pork, was robbed last night of approximately $3,000 after a thief entered through the roof.Photo Credit: Google Street View

$50M Sports Complex in Montco? Tourism Agency Touts Proposal

$50M Sports Complex in Montco? Tourism Agency Touts Proposal

A sports mega-complex that would cost as much as $50 million and include an arena and a dozen outdoor fields is being pushed by Montgomery County’s tourism agency after a new report showed its revenue-generating…Photo Credit: Brian X. McCrone/NBC10

Montgomery County Tourism Agency Releases Report on Potential Sports Complex

Montgomery County Tourism Agency Releases Report on Potential Sports Complex

Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Bureau released details to a potential $50 million sports complex that could include as many as 12 fields and an indoor arena on 92 acres of land.

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