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they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> kathleen kane learns her sentenced to, in a norristown montgomery courtroom. kane faces to up 24 years in prison after her conviction of corruption charges, good afternoon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. kathleen kane convicted of perjury and other charges in august, now the sentence has not yet been handed down, joe hole send inside the
courtroom, and when sentence is red we'll bring it to you right away. >> police investigating damage to the iconic twin circumstance staircases leading up up to the union league, man seen this morning ripping the brass railings from the staircase causing the stone's staircase to fall apart. the 151 year old french renaissance style eight story building was added to the national historic register in 1979. police are have confirmed to cbs-3 as many as people 50 arrested friday night, in connection with attack on temple university student. take a look, cell phone video of arrest on the campus, there were at least three attacks friday night, one police officer was assaulted during the chaos. the charges include aggrivated assault, robbery, and harrassment. police say several of those arrested are juveniles. >> well, hillary clinton is now looking beyond donald trump. hoping to help democrats take control of congress. while trump supporters are buying into his claims that the system is rigged. craig boswell is at the white house, with the latest from
the campaign trail. >> hillary clinton heads north to new hampshire monday afternoon. the democratic state is likely to vote for clinton, but it is also home to a tight senate race between democratic governor maggie, and incumbent republican senator kelly. the clinton campaign feels comfortable trying to help congressional candidates because recent polls show her lead over trump expanding. >> all over the country, i'm going to tell you, we are seeing evidence that this could be a very big and historic win for hillary clinton. >> trump's biggest problem in the polls is the gender gap, abc news poll shows trump with 20-point deficit with female voters. >> i really think those polls are very inaccurate. when it comes to women. i think we're doing better with women than with men. >> trump skepticism about the polls extends to the ' seans in general. if we win november 8th, we'll fix our rigged system. it is a rigged, broken,
corrupt system. >> trump's message is resonating with his voters, cbs news battlegrounds tracker pole found more than 80% of republicans in florida and texas agree that voter fraud is a problem. of those, eight in ten feel trump would win if the system was fair. craig boswell, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". and perhaps the biggest local race is for u.s. senate between republican pat toomey and challenger katie mcginty. tonight they'll hold their second and final debate. toomey is the incumbent, and will face-off tonight at temple university performing arts center. latest polls show the senate race is of statistical dead heat. little more than 14 days until voters have the last word. stay with "eyewitness news" as we follow the candidates through election day. and our coverage continues on line at cbsphilly.com. in other news today, famed 19 60s activist, tom hayden, who was forever linked to the chicago trial and anti-viet nam protest died at the age of
76. viewed by many as radical in the 19 60s, hayden went onto champion progressive causes as a california state legislature, author, electric tore err. made headlines with his marriage to jane fonda and trips to north viet nam during the viet nam war. >> good news this monday, eagles have knocked off the nfl last undefeated team in minnesota vikings. the eagles scored touchdown on kick return for the second straight week. josh hoff took off on this 98-yard touchdown run, in the second quarter, but the birds defense, that was really the star of the game. they sat former eagles sam bradford six times, and forced three turnovers. now it, wasn't always pretty. quarterback carson wentz said the birds did what they had to do. >> you know, we've always believed in ourselves, obviously two tough road losses the last two weeks, but we believe we can be a great team. we believe we can win a lot of ballgames. and for us to come out here, beat the vikings, confirms what we believe. >> and carson wentz through for one touchdown on the day, by the way, the eagles had an
ainge nel their corner for the game. los angeles star mike trout. he is in the black hoodie you see there, trout grew up in millville, new jersey; diehard eagles season ticket holder. and let's take now live look, eagles head coach doug pederson holding his weekly day after news conference, let's listen. >> one particular player or a position or something like that, it is just something that each week we take a look at, see how we can best defeat our opponent. >> question from the audience: but what do you see ... >> well, he's still winning football games. that's obviously the ultimate stat. he missed some throws yesterday. and this is something that now as we get deeper into the season he is a first time starter, he is a rookie, and just the longevity now of the season. we got to make sure or i got
to make sure that, you know, we're keeping things very familiar for him, where he can just execute the play. >> all right, we'll have more from coach pederson and more on the birds' big win later today beginning on "eyewitness news" at 5:00. well, an eagles win and lots of sunshine, great way to start the week. but will it stick around? meteorologist, katie fehlinger live on the skydeck with closer look at the forecast. katie? >> jim, looks like the sun is absolutely going to stick around, the problem is the warmth of last week is absolutely not. it already got shaved away with cold front passage over the course of the weekends. seeing little evan flow of the thermometer, yesterday ended up milder, today's similar, still breezy outside. but we are keeping that sunshine, however, it is definitely going to get cooler out there. and you will want it break out, i would say, the pretty heavy winter coat in the days ahead. through the rest of the day, first out to storm scan3, still very quiet. couple of patchy white clouds, roll in, and hire up in the
atmosphere, but still quiet. we are going to keep that sunshine as well as the patchy clouds for the rest of the day, no rain left over in the forecast. at mid 60s, pretty much anywhere go from philly on south. sixty-five currently in atlantic city, not expect to go get much milder than, that probably evening another degree or two at most in philadelphia, that's simply because we do have some cooler air starting to nudge in. so that's where some of these clouds come from. it is where the breeze that you will notice off and on comes from. and it is also where the cooler conditions for mid-week will be coming from, and because it is turning cooler, the potential for frost is in the forecast for mid week. eventually, there is also return of rain in the forecast, so couple of hiccups along the way we have to discuss. i wouldn't say anything super extreme for the month of october. but, regardless, it is a forecast that feels a heck of a lot more like it should this time of year. we'll walk you through more of it later in the show. >> katie, see you soon, thank you. the philadelphia home where grace kelly grew up now in the hands of monaco's royal family. her son, prince albert of
monaco, confirms to people magazine that he bought the six-bedroom colonial home in the east falls section for $764,000. that's the home where the oscar winning actress also accepted a marriage proposal from prince ranier the third. also told magazine that he plans to visit philadelphia thomas he consideration his own plans for the home. >> sounds good. coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", if you thought there was no way to get on your plane before boarding begins, think again. more on an airport scare here at philadelphia international airport. >> and, a comedy legend is honored with a double play. see how long time comedian bill murray got a big wish come true along with covet it's a lending practice
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investigators are working to determine the cause of a devastating southern california bus crash. thirteen people were killed yesterday, including the bus driver, when the bus plowed into the back after tractor-trailer. maria reports from palm springs. >> emergency responders dubbed for the mangled wreckage left behind sunday, impact so violent, the bus caring 44 people, jammed 15 feet into the trailer. >> i don't know what the speeds are, what i will tell you is that the bus was traveling significantly faster than the tractor-trailer that it struck from behind. >> most of those killed were seated at the front of the bus >> flown through the air.
>> i hit all of the seats. >> the driver of the big rig survived with minor injuries, this cell phone interview was shot by taxi driver, who says he pick him up from the hospital. >> i just the impact, you know, hit me, hit me from behind. i just blacked out. >> the bus owned by los angeles based tour company. according to those records it, has no previous accidents and most recent inspection in april turned up no mechanical issues. >> we may not be able to determine exactly why the accident occurred because the drivers been killed. so we'll get as close to it as we can. >> authorities continue to try and identify the victims. but they have been met with some challenges, because, a lot of the i.d.'s they found on scene have not been valid id. we also know they are looking at the possibility of a black box recorder device on the bus. no guarantees there will be
one on board. cbs news, palm springs, california. and an unusual flight delay out of philadelphia international airport after two passengers got on their plane very early. fran chest co-and his 21 year old daughter boarded the flight to boston through unlocked gate door before the schedule departure sunday morning. philadelphia international airport say both passengers had ticket for the flyer, but americans airlines said they boarded two hours earl. >> i it was clear they were very confused, did snot speak english. >> someone went through the door, they followed the person? >> yes. >> was it unlocked? >> no, it was open. >> and out of precaution, american airlines used another plane to fly to boston. the air carrier says the two passengers cleared security checkpoints, and does not consider this a security breach. well, the latest winner of the mark twaine prize for american humor is one of america's most popular comedians. the 19th winner of the twaine statuette is bill murray, honored last night in washington, d.c., murray came
to prominent, of course, on saturday night live. has been in countless classic comedies, like caddy shack, groundhog day, ghost busters. murray said he dressed up for the occasion. >> so i tried to wear something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, but this right here, this is chicago cubs blue. this is what we're really all about. >> now, murray is a chicago native. and a diehard cubs fan. there in the world series, of course, for the first time in 71 seasons, beginning tomorrow night. and murray also led the dignitaries in a spirited version of sweet home chicago. >> a lot of people came out for that. >> all right, still ahead on "eyewitness news". >> so are you ready for an autumn snowfall? one east coast state had no choice. and they're digging out today, katy? >> jim, we are looking ahead already, even on a monday to your upcoming weekends. we are expecting to see temperatures begin to take their toll here, also a cold front passage to come along with it, we will be tracking some rain.
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has pennsylvania working class roots, biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
>> we all know that fall is a time for pumpkins and colorful leaves. >> that's right, but for some, all of those things are already covered in snow trick-or-treaters may be trucking through left over snow next week, areas of vermont got hit with more than 9 inches every snow this weekend, nearly 3,000 people were without power in southern vermont, but for ski resorts, this could be a good sign for the season ahead. and katie joining us now, katie?
>> i like winter but let's hold off for a little while. >> not normal to see those totals. vermont, not out of the question. they're hire up, hire latitudes. >> just goes to show what one person may not like, another person may love. ski resorts are probably happen. >> i so very true. i guarantee you they will be lovers and haters of this forecast, guarantee it. >> show us what you got. >> a lot of variety going on here too. irk not promise you anything like the warmth of last week, that's done and over w reinforcing cold shot came in, even couple of showers came along with that, those are long gone, left with clouds, some sunshine, and temperatures that are generally topping off where they should for the rest of the day, right around this point. we usually have few additional hours to warm up. but at this point it looks like cool air is going to start to nudge in. let me take you outside, show you first and for most, storm scan3, shot at wider zoom. started off with basically nothing but wall-to-wall sunshine everywhere. but now couple of clouds have since rolled in. could even see few lake
enhanced very light showers, far off to the north and west of our region, so, i don't expect that we will see any more wet weather. but we will potentially see few additional clouds because of that northwest wind flow. that said, high pressure generally on our side. now that we've had the jet stream dip south, cool injection of air back in place, it is going to knock our temperatures back in the days ahead, as well, to pretty substancially below average by about 10 degrees or so. for the next three days. in addition to that, you may have been outside already, notice there is a breeze, it is still pretty dominant through the rest of the day and everywhere. so, gusts peak as high as near or up to 30 miles per hour, throughout the course of the afternoon and evening. in the, time stepping it out here, but not seeing too much change on these values over the course of many hours. so, still persistent and noticeable breeze that continues through tonight, and even into tomorrow. it should begin to taper off by tomorrow night, however one of the ingredients, for frost to form, it does appear as
though philadelphia specifically, you haven't been involved in the frost advisory yet, but philadelphia specifically likely to drop down into the 30's, into tuesday night, and wednesday morning. so that it does mean we have potential for at least patchy frost, as we head toward that time frame. so you want to make sure not only your pets stay inside during the night, also protect the ever sensitive mums. meanwhile going outside to the tropics satellite, we do have area of showers and thunderstorms, not expected to have any kind of development, there is a little too much wind shear, which helps to tear any formation apart, and a lot of dry air for the tropics. i can at least report our very, very quiet, we will take what we can get. that said, how much, there are other changes that come along with our forecast, that we've got to get to. so we get on out first here to the live neighborhood network, skies are nice and clear, beautiful afternoon, unfolding, but you notice that winds. out of the northwest it is coming west northwest, more specifically, at 17 miles per hour. 60 degrees though. so it feels pretty good. again, breeze, but a nice fall
day. do have more clouds cover as we showed you, the reason for that again more of lake enhancement, tad more moisture through the afternoon, appliances like burn ville, berks county, 56 degrees there. under the cover of clouds, little cooler by comparison. more than anything, though, you can expect sun for the rest of the day. we hit 64 for high. and the eyewitness weather seven day forecast, has only the mid 50's, that's a taste of november, guys. so more sun than anything, both tomorrow and wednesday. but waiting for that frost to come in wednesday morning. and then a new shot for rain by thursday. >> guess we can't complain about that. >> we expect this kind of stuff. >> you don't hear any complaints from me, and that's unusual. thank up, katie. >> appreciate it. well, we are hearing from a very inspirational young man this noon, who is coming to the aid of people in need. this picture is eat and cuomo, attracted the attention of eight year old cameron small. now, ethan's home test boyde by flooding in southern louisianna, started this drive
for flood victims to make sure they went to work, making sure the flood victims got what they needed. >> if i was affected by the flood, i would be sad. so i immediately wanted to help. >> cameron got some help from his church members, checking the donations and needless to
say cameron and ethan are now great friends. >> i bet they are. never too young, never too small to help. >> absolutely. i just love seeing stories like this. quids can teach us a lot.
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update on sentencing of former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane, arrived at the norristown courthouse earlier this morning, so far no official words
on her sentence on perjury and other charges, kane could face to up 24 years in prison, we will let you know the sentence just as soon as it happens, and our joe hold send in the courtroom, live reports on the sentencing starting on "eyewitness news" at 5:00. also, coming up later today on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 expensive sneaker over cheap kicks. bent millions of footwear each year, do you really need to shell out big bucks for sneakers expect high tech expensive sneakers and cheaper counterparts, let you know how you should pick the asbestos once for you, that's coming up at 5:00. the 76ers and independence blue cross kicked off blue week this morning, in anticipation of wednesday's first game. >> sixers mascot franklin and the flight squad hosed local student from the isaac a shepherd elementary school today to promote healthy
living through the fit 76 campaign, through blue week, fans will have opportunity to enjoy open practice at temple university and other community events. sounds good. final check of the forecast? >> looking like we have little bit of evan flow that takes place, bright start to the week, just chilly, very quickly take you out to the seven day one more time, see three straight days of mid 50's, well below average, we may see some frost, into wednesday morning, we will see some rain by thursday, and probably on saturday, as well. but, otherwise, yes, the chilly would say is probably the big headline here. >> and i planted some mums so i have to cover them up. >> i would. >> that's "eyewitness news" at noon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon, for katie, thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness"eyewitness news"s at 5:00. thanks for watching "eyewitness news". >> the young and the restless is next. >> ♪ >> ♪ biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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>> hilary: hello, ashley. how are you? >> ashley: busy. i'm about to make a call, so -- >> hilary: well, i was just wondering if you had a chance to catch the show tonight. >> ashley: not with my own eyes, but i heard all about it. >> hilary: it's crazy what's happening with victor, huh? >> ashley: that's one word for it. >> hilary: well, now's your chance to go on the record. that is, if you have anything to say. >> ashley: i have so much to say. i'll try to keep it short and sweet. no comment. >> hilary: huh. i'm intrigued. "no comment" -- that's not a denial. off the record, someone went to great lengths to make sure that gc buzz had all of newman's financial information. i was just wondering -- is this jack's idea of payback? >> jack: did you see the breaking news on gc buzz?