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to prison a somewhat stunning development here late this have afternoon. i spoke to her brother and sister a short time ago and they are scrambling to raise bail money the judge ordered that hear bail be increased to $75,000. now kane was given that sentence of ten to 23 months in scale, for convictions on, perjury, obstruction and conspiracy charges. we have some video to show you of kathleen kane arriving, to montgomery county court, she was then a free woman with her attorney at her side. and fast forward seven hours later a much different scene, kane left the courthouse in handcuffs, the judge ordered again the bail to be increased by $75,000. kane is now at montgomery county correctional facility, one of the arguments her attorney made was she would be an easy target given her career as state's career law enforcement officer. retired chief of the hazelton police department went further testifying saying that she would die if sent to prison. judge responded it the is risk you take when you dirty
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yourself in criminal behavior. kathleen kane addressed the court right before she received that zero to 23 months sentence. she apologized but said sending her to jail would be a destruction on her young children. judge told kane that this outcome was on her. kane's defense team left without commenting but prosecutors say that justice today was visible. >> everybody deserved better. today when she was taken out of the courtroom in handcuffs, the there was finally justice. and i'm happy to see that this ugly chapter for pennsylvania has finally concluded. >> reporter: we will have a look at this we got a brief shot of kane leaving courthouse again in handcuffs but short time later montgomery county sheriffs reacting deputies, did not want our cameras near that prisoner trans port van and they hade it known as they yelled at media and reporters you can hear them to get back.
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likely kane will be freed from prison sometime between now and tomorrow, again, her family is trying to raise that $75,000, cash bail, and coming up at 6:00 more on their efforts, i speak with them, exactly about the message that they want people in pennsylvania to know right now, about their sister who was at the time, sitting in a yale cell. that is very latest live from norristown, joe holden for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". former bridget the ann kelly testified that she twice told new jersey governor about the the lane closures on the george washington bridge. kelly took witt the necessary stand for a second day of questioning, in the bridge gate the trial. she also testified that she alerted the governor about a democratic mayor's concerns that the resulting traffic jams in his city were political retribution. christie has denied any knowledge of the lane closures, and says that anything to the contrary is just not true. four teens have been arrested and charged in connection with recent attacks on temple university students. police tell "eyewitness news" the ages of those teens range
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from 16 to 17 years old, and they were arrested friday night after police say they assaulted three students near cecil b. moore avenue. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do will have more in a live report at 6:00 o'clock. philadelphia police are searching for a man they say destroyed front steps of the iconic center city building. take a look at ruble, thinks staircase outside union league of philadelphia. a representative with the organization, says that a man was spotted on surveillance footage destroying the structure around 3:00 o'clock this morning. union league says damage to the 151 year-old eight story building is heart breaking. >> everybody is just upset, very devastating. the it is an iconic for our members, their home away from home and seeing it destroyed like this is devastating. >> reporter: union league says man ripped off brass railing causing the stone structure to collapse. building was added to the national historic register in 1979. police are looking for a man caught on surveillance video robbing a philadelphia
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7-eleven. that suspect pulled a gun, pointed it at the store clerk and demanded money from the register. he then ran away on the 7700 block of ogontz avenue and last seen going south there. if you have any information, cat the police. weather-wise we are in for a cool, dry, stretch, and some points, very cool. lets get to meteorologist kate bilo on the the sky deck with the closer look at those temperatures, kate. >> right now would i call it comfortably cool, kind of cool to be outside without a coat and feel comfortable as long as sunnies shining. the it will be chilly tonight the but no where near as cold as it will be tomorrow night as coldest air of the season makes its way in the philadelphia area. lets take a look outside, we will see on storm scan three it is not a whole lot going on but as we widen out notice where wind is coming from you can see lake effect rain showers in northwestern, pennsylvania that is northwest winds, and that is bringing some colder air, down from canada as we speak, temperatures drop tonight and they don't recover tomorrow.
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in fact these temperatures you're seeing right now may be the warmest we will feel all the way into or perhaps through the upcoming weekend. so enjoy this evening while it is here. sixty-three in philadelphia. sixty-four at atlantic city. sixty-three in wilmington. here's what we could be feeling early on wednesday morning, bright the blue you see is freezing temperatures, dark blue near freezing, notice how it the is moving in. i'll tell you which areas are under a freeze watch for tomorrow night and wednesday morning and when it will be coldest and when we will rebound. we are tracking rain. the lots to talk about. i'll have it all when i join you inside. >> kate, thank you. prince albert of monaco is reportedly coming to philadelphia tomorrow to visit childhood home of his mother princess grace. he recently purchased the east falls home. the prince albert told people magazine he bought six bedroom colonial for $754,000. that house is where the oscar winning actress accepted a marriage proposal from his father prince rainer the third. prince albert is considering
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plans for the home and they could include a new people space or offices for the family's foundation. and then there were none, minnesota vikings came to lincoln financial field as only unbeaten team in the league and they left battered, and bruised. >> yes. >> eagles beat them 21-ten. >> sports director don bell, joins us now and they took to it sam bradford yesterday. >> yes, they did. it is not over the top. >> yes. >> it could have been worse. >> could have been worse. the always been worse but let him know what the deal was. sammy has seen better days. eagles playing their first home game in a movement they used home crowd and a swarming defense to snap a two game losing streak. eagles sacked bradford six times, forced four fumbles and grabbed an interception. they were ridiculous. once again, the special teams were indeed, special. josh hoff with a 98-yard touchdown return, and they weren't close to catching him.
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carson wentz had an off day but he hooked up with dario green beckham for a touchdown. eagles win 21-ten and fans are thanking the defense. >> the defense, brought them back. defense saved them a couple of games. they came out on fire. they need more fire like that. >> i think defense did a good job, man. they did a wonderful job. you seen what they did to sam bradford. you can't let that guy come back in our house and perform. no, not at all. >> come on man you you seen what they did. he was right. eagles improve to four-two even though offense continued to struggle. coming up later in sports doug pederson evaluates carson's play. meanwhile a few of the eagles are using today, to rest up, and to get and give back. "eyewitness news" reporter vittoria woodill is live across the street at school district of philadelphia headquarters to explain the hometown huddle, tori. >> reporter: that is right,
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don. as if today could not have gone better for eagles fan it did for eagles fans on the smaller scale. hometown huddle is celebratedded by nfl all over the country and that is when hometown team pitches in and doing something great for the community like today. these eagles flared chipped in and swapped their spikes for maybe their sneaker, flip-flops and chest pads. in the game of life children need to feel safe. not only in school but after school. research shows that between the hours of three to 6:00 nearly 40,000 kid are left unsupervised making time after school the most dangerous time for child ren. >> but it is good thing these kids in philadelphia have guys like eagles punter donnie jones and kicker caleb surges watching their back. >> they have their future ahead of them. this program is keeping them off the street, giving them something good to do to focus
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on and really help out. >> reporter: eighteenth annual hometown huddle wheret. philadelphia eagles are dedicating a day of service to after school activity partnership. gearing up to take on a few games of chess and scrabble with the kid. >> the philadelphia eagles and united way of greater philadelphia are teaming again this year. we have to make sure that children after school have the safe environment, in which they can continue to expand their minds and make their bodies healthy, and that is where the program like the hometown huddle are all about. >> reporter: are you good at either game? >> i'm not. i don't know how to play chess. it has been a long time for both, really. hopefully they can give me pointers. >> reporter: i need your scrabble strategy. what do you bring to the table. >> well, i will bring confidence and perseverance because games are not the long so you have to be quick. >> reporter: hopefully that eases caleb's nerves. >> i'm definitely nerve to us take on the kids. it has been a while since i have played chess. what an awesome event giving
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to these kids, something to do after school. >> good luck fellows, i wish you a successful scrabble match. >> reporter: i don't want to say how they did but let's just say they may have done better on sunday then they did today. give it up for eagles fans and some of the students from the school district of philadelphia, that is right a lot of hometown pride, eagles did a great thing today and we are reporting it. don, how are your chess skills. >> let's put it this way if you and i went say toe to toe, it would be a long match and i'm not the sure anybody would win. we would struggle might thely. >> probably right. >> yes, we would. >> tori, thank you. i don't remember last time i played chess. >> more checkers kind of the guy. >> fair enough. >> good stuff. >> yes. >> i know. >> thanks, don, appreciate it. up next a plane falls out of the sky and there is video that captured it. plus this... >> scary moments for police
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officer chasing the suspect when gunfire rings out and that officer was carrying a civilian, how close that woman came took shot and how everyone is making out in the next half an hour. i'm marley hall with new guidelines on how to help prevent sudden infant death syndrome. expensive sneakers or cheap kicks, it seems we spend billions on footwear each year but do we need to shell out big bucks for our sneaks? we will compare high tech expensive sneakers, and their cheaper count are parts and let you know how you should pick the best once for you a
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in the the southern european iran country of malta. they divide straight down and can be seen in flames. this happened 7:20 this morning according to a statement from the international airport. officials have not released passenger information, or any information, for that matter on a possible cause. federal investigators are trying to determine the cause of a devastating southern california, bus crash that killed 13 people, yesterday. that bus was returning to los angeles from a casino when it plowed in the back of the big rig truck near palm springs, most of those killed, including the diver, were
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seated at the front of the bus. >> with the speeds are, what i will tell you is that the bus was traveling significantly faster, then the tractor trailer that had struck from behind. >> reporter: the driver of the tractor trailer survived with minor injuries, authorities are looking for, a black box recorder on that bus but there is no guarantee one will be on board. about 3500 babies die every year, from sleep related death. now the american academy of pediatric is issuing new recommendations for safe sleep for infants. here's more from cbs news correspondent marley hall. >> jessica wins exton and her fiance make sure their two month-old baby gul mallia is close by for bedtime. >> we can see her keep an eye on her, listen to her breathing. >> reporter: that is right in step with new guidelines for the american academy of pediatrics to decrease chances of sudden infant death syndrome and other sleep related death. the group recommend infants share their parent's bedroom
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for at least first six months of life and ideally for the first year. >> the studies that were done looking at the reductions in risk of sids really were done throughout the first year of life and we know that reductions can be as much as 50 percent. >> reporter: recommendations continue to remind parents that babies should be placed on their back, on a firm hat trust, in a crib or basinet and there should be no blankets, bumpers, pillows or toys. doctor laurie feldman-winter said breast-feeding is also recommended. >> exclusive breast-feeding can reduce risk of sids bias much as 70 percent. >> reporter: also recommended offer a pacifier at naps and bedtime and babies should get plenty of supervised awake tummy time to promote development. >> ifif you can smile. >> reporter: mallia's parents are doing everything they can to keep her safe including giving her own space. >> never let her sleep in the same bed with us, just too dangerous. >> reporter: that way everyone
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sleeps better, but only for three to four hours at a time. marley hall for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and new study from the american cancer society reports that more than one in four cancer deaths in the u.s. are attributed to cigarettes. that study found at least 167,000 cancer deaths in 2014, were caused by smoking tobacco. the highest death rate among men were found in arkansas where 40 percent of cancer deaths were linked to smoking. highest death rate for women was found in kentucky. the state the with the lowest rates were in the north and west where smoking laws are more restrictive. kate bilo joins us now with your forecast. and did i hear you say the word freeze in there somewhere. >> yes, you did. >> indeed, you did a freeze watch has already been issued, not for tonight but tomorrow night and wednesday morning and it will be freezing. >> about that time. >> we say that when we get cold. freezing out. >> we will be freezing. >> yes, that is correct. >> it is not for philadelphia but areas north and west and
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interior south jersey and northern delaware. i'll show you a map in a moment. what we're feeling outside is warmest air we will feel all week long, colder air is moving in as we speak and tomorrow's high will not make it past the 50's. here's a look outside right now though just a beautiful fall afternoon. look at that fall foliage in fully affect across the area right now. thinks our camera atop hotel bethlehem up in bethlehem northampton county. beautiful evening. blue skies, comfortable temperatures, we're pretty seasonal this time of the year. it has been a great the day on the the heels of the beautiful day yesterday, on the heels of a very cold, blustery day on saturday. take a look at this shot from the tophawking junior/senior school in bernville we have puffy clouds drifting by, we have again foliage in the background, kids outside on the field playing soccer. it is a gorgeous october afternoon but cool air is on its way, coming in quickly from the north and west. you can follow the wind direction as we follow the lake effect showers over portions of new york state and down across much of the pennsylvania and as well winds
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are out of the north and west and that is bringing much cooler air in. we will feel that, a early as tonight but by tomorrow we can see that big high overhead, we will tap in that cool air from the north and west and that high moves east and temperature maryland rate in the end of the week and we can see chance for showers, by thursday. future temperatures showing tomorrow morning, will be in the 40's. chilly start to the day but could be a whole lot colder and it will be a whole lot colder. temperatures tomorrow afternoon no better to the mid to upper 50's and here we go at 8:00 o'clock wednesday morning we will wake up to sub freezing temperatures in many spots. thirty-one in lancaster. thirty-one in reading. thirty's in philadelphia but sub freezing from the lehigh valley and poconos and wednesday afternoon's high again no better than low to mid 50's. here's your freeze watch north and western suburbs upper bucks, montgomery counties, portions of chester county and new castle county delaware, interior south jersey only spots that are not included philadelphia and nearby surrounding suburbs generally urban heat island effect will keep those areas warmer
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overnight but in the freeze watch, lows will be near or below 32, coldest is just before the sun comes up expect areas of frost and protect sensitive plants. this could be a hard freeze meaning the end of the growing season in many areas. overnight mainly clear, chilly 43 is your low. tomorrow we will feel difference. it looks like today, but it is almost 10 degrees cooler with a high of 57. we will keep it the chilly on wednesday after that very cold start in the 30's, you need coat wednesday morning, cool in the afternoon, 54 and then showers develop on thursday and we may get much needed rain in the next half an hour and we will talk about how far below in rainfall and how much we can get thursday and friday. >> thanks, kate. >> see new a bit. today school district of philadelphia celebrated official relaunch of the newly renovated philadelphia schools tv studios. >> state of the art production studio and education channel will be opened to all city students including those in public, charter parochial school. ps-tv will give students an
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interest in media careers real, hands on experience. >> this is all about providing an area where students can create content, where they can problem solve, where they can collaborate but more importantly where they can share their voice and then we now have the capability of having all of the stuff that they create streamed around the clock, every day. >> ps-tv will be available on comcast, fios and also on line. >> yes good take your time, i need a gig, come on now. we wait every year for girl scout cookie season? soon you can have girl scout cookies year round for breakfast. >> okay, wow. >> we will explain, in about 20 minutes. and what would be this year super heroes, princess, clowns, monsters, what costumes to expect at your front door on halloween night, don. or dress up as member of the eagles defense. they were pretty scary, yesterday. flat out ridiculous. what about the offense. not so much with what doug
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pederson is saying about carson's rough performance like me, she 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.
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i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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no warning, no hearing. it's a lending practice sorcing outrageous, most states banned it. but at the bank founded by pat toomey it was business as usual. forcing small business owners out of their homes. toomey even used his power in the senate to help himself, voting to gut rules that protect us and crack down on big banks. pat toomey. out for himself, not us.
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dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. eagles win 21-ten. defense dominant but offense was non-existent. the last night on the sports sony was chatting with darwin walker who told me he finally saw carson wentz make rookie mistakes. carson threw two picks, both were in heavy traffic. he had trouble handling the ball cleanly a cross the board his numbers are slumping. hoed coach doug pederson was asked about the rookie play. >> he is a first time starter, he is a rookie, and in just the longevity thousand of the season we have to make sure or i got to make sure that, you know, we're keeping things, very familiar for him. >> i have to be smarter with the football. for me it is short term memory. you have to make the next throw. if you dwell on it it will come back and bite you in the
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rear. >> next game sunday night in dallas. for the division lead, by the way. starting tonight flyers are, about to get real busy. they have five games in seven nights. tonight they visit montreal top scoring team in hockey. highlights tonight at 11:00. ♪ national anthem the ♪ >> now here's something you do not see every day. that is joe everson singing the national anthem while painting an american picture before a hockey game. >> he is singing. >> and he is painting, as at the same time. >> wow. >> he did it upside down. >> wow. >> high note there. >> that sounds good too. >> that is insane. >> man of many skills. >> thanks, buddy, appreciate it. coming up next, election day is just about two weeks away, find out what the latest poll is saying about the race for the white house.
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do republicans believe donald trump's assertion that the election is rigged. full report from the campaign trail is next. also this... >> and scary moments for police officer chasing a suspect when gunfire, rings out at that point that officer was also carrying a civilian, how close that woman came to being shot and how everyone is doing now is coming up. and then new at 6:00 tonight. >> after losing their classmate to a fatal accident students at burlington city high school, rallying for safer roadways, i'm cleve bryan i'll tell but legislation that w 5pkz zi0z
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y25pky yi0y pat toomey: he was a founder of this pennsylvania bank and owned stock worth as much as a million dollars. under toomey's leadership, the bank used a controversial foreclosure practice
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called "confession of judgement" to take away homes from people across pennsylvania. the practice is banned in 35 states because it's considered predatory, but pat toomey didn't care. pat toomey the banker: he's really not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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the best evidence that our system is rigged is the fact that hillary clinton despite her many crimes, was even allowed to run for president in the first place. >> i stood next to donald trump, for three debates for four and a half hours proving once again i have the stomach mina to be president of the united states. >> with campaign 2016 in the home stretch now, the presidential candidates are making their case with supporters in key battle ground states. trump campaigned in florida while clinton stopped in new hampshire. the news continue at 5:30. good evening i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. clinton is heading in the final stretch of thee lakes race with a double digit lead latest national poll shows clinton leading trump by 12 points in a general election match up. 50 percent of likely voters surveyed showed clinton while trump earns the support of 38 percent of likely voters. republican presidential nominee says that polls like this one, are unfair to his
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campaign. >> hillary clinton's interest in manchester new hampshire drew attention to her widening campaign message. appearing with senator elizabeth warren and state's democratic governor maggie hasan trying town seat republican senator kelly ayot te. >> because we have to break through grid lock. >> reporter: clinton is focusing on helping congressional candidates and battling her republican rival. >> we have to make it clear that donald is not on the side of american workers or american families. >> reporter: donald trump is midway through a multi day campaign blitz in the must win state of florida. in addition to a pair of rallies monday the g.o.p. nominee held a trio of smaller round tables where he slammed recent polls. >> i actually think we're winning. what they do is they show these phony polls where they look at democrats, like the abc phony poll, totally phony poll. >> reporter: cbs news bass will ground tracker poll shows trump trailing three points in
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florida where monday early voting got underway, in portions of the state. >> over a million voters have already cast their ballots and today 50 of the 67 counties are beginning early voting, at this point, 61,000 vote by mail ballots have already been returned. >> reporter: early voting also began in alaska, arkansas, colorado, massachusetts, texas and wisconsin. both clinton and trump are campaigning hard for votes in that battle ground state of florida. clinton will rally supporters in the fort lauderdale area tomorrow and trump will be in it or land owe area in tallahassee. >> one local race getting a lot of attention is for u.s. senate between republican pat toomey and democratic rival katie mcginty tonight they will hold their second and debate debate. he and mcginty will face off at temple university's performing arts center. the latest poll shows senate race is at a statistical dead heat. well, office of the attorney jennies another hotly contested race, in
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pennsylvania, this november. republican senator john rafferty and democrat josh shapiro faced off in a forum in harrisburg today. they spared over which candidate was more qualified to be pennsylvania's top law enforcement officer. >> we will make sure that we walk in there with a level and talent that makes people think wow, we're going to move in a new direction. >> we will clean up that office, have a very strict policy in place we will not worry about these e-mails going forward. >> both candidates agreed on one thing during the debate, they acknowledge the office was negatively affected by kathleen kane. now just 15 days until voters head to the polls, stay with "eyewitness news" as we follow candidates through election day and our coverage continues on line at cbs u.s. backed iraqi forces for the their way in two villages and effort to retake the extreme is held city continues. video from yesterday shows iraqi forces slowly taking villages near mosul. iraqi special forces began
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shelling islamic state groups positions, and, before moving in the, village. and also, five and a half miles outside of mosul. u.s. led coalition said it carried out six air strikes near mosul sunday, today is the eighth day of the offensive. meanwhile a manhunt is underway in california. >> they are looking for suspects who opened fire on a police officer with a terrified civilian in the passenger seat. >> watch out, fire. >> a suspect sped off and fired shots at a police officer during a ride along early sunday morning. one of the bullets came flying right through the windshield, just missing the frightened civilians. >> the round went through top of the window, actually got lodged just left of the headrest as the passenger would be sitting. >> the they say it was second week working solo and civilian
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involved has not been released. suspect who fired those shots remain on the loose. and as we continue tonight, girl scout cookies for breakfast. while that sound tempting and don't feel bad you can still have those, thin mints and more, in your cereals bowl. >> of course. >> also, more expensive sneakers better for your feet and do cheaper brand do the job? we will take a look at that, plus... >> i want out. >> what happened? >> it was awful. it was awful. nice to see when i came home at night. >> matt le blank is back on tv as a new stay at home dad called man with the plan. we will have a sneak peak in 15 minutes, kate? well, we just got finished one weekend but lets look ahead to the upcoming weekend especially the fall weekend, lot going on, we will talk bit here is your weekend watch talking about near average temperatures, this coming weekend we will see temperatures right around lower 60's but there will be a chance for few scattered showers on saturday, a few
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communities have trick or treat festivities on saturday, should not be a wash out, maybe dodging a few drops. it looks like sunday we will see more sunshine and temperatures right around 60 degrees
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dear fellow citizen, time spent with my son really makes me appreciate "the now". but i also have to plan for my family's future. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life.
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so, if you have a question about how to make debt work for you, ask me. sincerely, brandon heaven fellow dad and fellow citizen.
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it won't be a go or a spooky witch. >> as jim donovan tells us tonight a new survey, new survey find super heroes rains supreme for kids and adults too. >> reporter: the princess kissed good bye, this halloween many kids are trading in their crowns for capes. >> it is first time in 11 years princesses have not rained over the number one costume spot. according to a survey by national the retail federation princess outfits have taken a back seat to super heroes.
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followed by animal costumes, and batman or star wars characters. but kid aren't the only ones planning on dressing up. expect to see millennials looking like someone in the batman universe. you can thank suicide squad for that. >> they are bad guys. it is what we do. >> reporter: 67 percent of those celebrating halloween plan on buying their outfit and when you factor in candy, decorations, americans are expected to spend a whooping $3.1 billion on halloween this year. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. >> i wanted to be batman as a kid. no wait, that was last year. i wanted to be bat the man as a kid. yes. >> that is our secret. >> now you can eat your favorite girl scout cookie in the morning, without feeling guilty. >> yeah, coming soon to your cereals aisle, girl scout cookies flavored cereals general mills say thin mints and carmel crunch a variation of the samoa will hit shelves
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nationwide in january. >> i like my peanut butter. >> yes. >> they were called dosey dos. >> now we want cookies. >> yes. >> hey, matt le blank is back on television his new cbs show debuts tonight. we will have a look at ten it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar
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who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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but pat toomey actually owned a bank. most people owe the bank. and when he went to washington, he voted to change the laws... to benefit wall street and banks like his. voting to gut consumer protections that crack down... on predatory lending and fraud. to take money from you and... line the pockets of wall street millionaires like... himself. pat toomey: out for himself, all in for wall street. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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a lot of the parents know sneaker trend can be expensive, recent report says, the market will reach $115 billion by 2022. but the sneakers better than cheaper ones. correspondent ann warner takes a look. >> three, two, one, go. >> reporter: we're at portland organ headquarters of adidas where footwear developers are using motion capture technology to design their latest shoes. mechanical engineer alyss hall explains how it all works. >> blue pattern represents areas that are not touching.
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>> reporter: it is airimus same technology nasa used to analyze stress on the outer hulls of the space shuttles. so here they look at how materials stretch on the foot while in motion. >> we're using it to map the body, and from head to toe. >> reporter: manufacturers taught their latest innovations with prices to match. some shoes sell for upward of $300 but are they worth it. >> the way a shoe performs is probably not related to the price of their shoe. >> reporter: university of nevada bio mechanics professor john mercer studies athletic shoes. so if i spend $150 that shoe may be no better than $50 shoe. >> it depend, the problem with the shoe industry is that everyone needs a little different shoe. >> reporter: at mercer's lap in vegas he has analyzed dozens of shoe brands and styles. >> so if somebody says to you, john, what kind of shoe should i buy. >> i tell them first don't be brand loyal and don't be model
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loyal. that means you got to be opened to trying different types of shoes and figure out what will work for you. >> reporter: erect mend taking shoes for a test run, and if you are a serious athlete maybe even have an expert analyze your running style. anna warner for cbs news, new york. >> there is also fashion element for everyone. she does say if you are 90 percent of people who strikes the pavement with the heel first recommend a shoe with more support of the heel. if you run on the front of your feet you should look for a flatter souls. that is the thing, run hours need a shoe to be effective for them and sneaker people 40 just want a cool looking sneaker. >> and then wilt chamberlain who scored 100 points in the pair of chuck taylors. >> there you go. >> always a classic. >> that is it. >> they are coming back. indeed. >> kate joins us now with our forecast and more on this freeze warning, watch, right. >> watch. >> so far. that will be for tomorrow night into wednesday morning and then after that, we're talking about some rain. so after last week we had days
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in the 80's and sunshine every day. this morning we are talking about freeze watch, talking about rain, big change in the forecast has arrived in philadelphia we felt it starting to move in on saturday when that cold blustery air first moved in. yesterday and today nice, but we have another blast of cold that is starting to move in as we speak. but everything is looking nice, outside this evening. we will start off with a look down the shore, where we have people taking a walk or jog in those fancy shoes on the ocean city boardwalk. looking good for that this evening. great day to get outside and go for a run. my favorite time of the year to exercise. you get out there, it is chilly, but then you sweat, heat up and does not get too hot. so a nice night to take a walk on the ocean city boardwalk or anywhere across the area. you can see mainly blue skies out there tonight in cape may county. lets check with our eyewitness forecast, and tracking weather all day as they do. you can see temperatures are seasonal. looking at generally low 60's
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outside, as sun prepares to set, and here at bensalem 61 for steve schwartz. it is cool, still comfortable. cooler up north and west. michael riley is in sanatoga at 59 degrees. sunshine there overall a thighs day but bit breezy, dew points way down, 33 is the dew point at michael's house. that is extremely dry air and that dry air will continue, as we head through next few days as well. heading down in the delaware we are looking at temperatures in the 60's. sandor at 62 in newark. he says sun, clouds today. the breezy, seasonal. time to break out winter gear. we need coats next few days but look at these beautiful foliage picks. we will start with this great shot, in birdboro finally looking like fall. he has foliage going. i love this bright red tree, deep red from ed connor. he sent in another beautiful shot with a few clouds out there, and i love this, it is looking beautiful right now across the area.
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the weather, it is nicer then that. as we said we have a chill in the air, and we have rain, lets talk about it. we will start off, once again in the poconos where it was nice in bernville. storm scan three is looking clear for now, we have a few you lake effect rain showers, and, the not quite cold enough for lake effect snow just yet but lake effect rain showers down near lake ontario, erie this evening, those are not really making it in our area but near erie, portions of central new york state we are picking up showers this evening and tonight. temperatures right now that cooler, dry air coming from the north and west. really seeing those temperatures plumet. mount pocono at 47 degrees right now. philadelphia we're at 63. sixty-four in atlantic city. wildwood. as we zoom back to the west you can see where that real chillies. only in the 50's? state college and warm after that big victory on saturday night. 52 degrees in scranton. forty-nine in albany. forty-eight in buffalo. here comes the chill and that rain tomorrow.
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tomorrow is a dry day but as we head into thursday that is when things change. wednesday looking quiet as well, here comes the next system could be some snow for new york state but it will be mainly rain for us, can't rule out a few pellets in the poconos but rain comes in midday thursday and then continues into friday morning. we do need rain, our deficit since january 1st, 4.48 inches below average, and we have had a few significant amount of rain over half inch on both main models as we head right through late thursday and into friday morning. real chillies wednesday, and tuesday morning really into wednesday and we will see that rain moving in by thursday, tomorrow is cool day at 57. chilly day wednesday as well, rain on thursday, could be showers this weekend but temperatures generally seasonal on sunday. we will send it back to you at the desk. >> thanks very much. tonight, the new comedy series man with the plan premiers aftermath the math least blank plays a contractor who finds himself spending more time with his three children after his wife goes back to work.
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>> he quickly realizes keeping the house, in total order may not be as easy as he thought. >> headphones off, everybody line up. >> what is this. >> line up, one, two, three. i can't believe i have to explain a line to you. why don't you just dump all your stuff every where. >> who cleans it up. >> we always do. >> mom. >> she's not upset about that. >> i don't know. >> well, from now on we will hang your backpacks up and clean up the trunk and close the door, that is right. >> any question. >> and anchor jim donovan spoke with le belong and lisa snide ber what drew him to this comedy and working together as a tr couple. >> i miss multi cam, sitcom for hat, you know, live audience, multi cam format. i felt i wanted to play a
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different type of character. i never played a dad or a husband before. here we are we are having a good i am. >> when it comes to a comedy success it hinges on chemistry or ensemble cast did you know you two could work as a tv couple. >> well, i don't think you really ever know that. >> what? >> we had been acquaintances for years, and so there was, a built in comfortability there which i think helped right away for us to just go do the work and not worry about that and i think the chemistry just kind of came naturally. >> here's the full line up for tonight on cbs-3, kevin can wait at 8:00, man with the plan at 8:30, two probing girls at nine, odd couple at 9:30 and scorpion at ten. the it is all followed by "eyewitness news" at
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cher returns in two venue, classic cher at monte carlo in vegas and then at mgm national harbor in the washington d.c. area. >> she recently opened up to the insider's louie agear with secrets there her movies over the years and louie joins us from los angeles with more on that, louie. >> ukee and jessica, music is not her only claim to fame as she takes me inside cher, the movie star. >> i want some career highs, first thing that comes tour mind, moon struck. >> snap out of it. >> you didn't think you were going to win. >> to. >> because when i did math odds in vegas had me winning and i didn't get nominated. >> in her 1985 hit mask cherries tough biker man fighting public school system to accept her son who suffers from a disfiguring disorder played by eric stoltz. >> my lawyer's name bd higgins and he told me my rights.
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>> one day we had time off and we stole one of the golf carts at universal and we buzzed people on the line. he had his face on, and we were, laughing so hard, we were like in tears, it is one of the most fun days ever. >> how about silk wood. >> it is probably best experiences i have ever had. when i was given silk woody was packing, and then i thought i cannot do this. i started unpacking. my sister was packing. my sister said if you couldn't do it, they wouldn't be asking you. >> we will have more on this story tonight the on the insider, ukee and jessica, back to you in the studio. >> get your hollywood news tonight and every week night at 7:30. watch insider right the here on cbs-3. >> love her music. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. >> now at 6:00. >> temple students beaten and robbed by angry mans on campus. i'm tran do and i'll show you surveillance video that
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captured it all. >> kathleen kane in handcuffs, former pennsylvania attorney general, leaves the courtroom and head directly to jail. we are live with the details from tonight's sentencing. signs of support, students rally in south jersey to push for lower speed limits around their school, why they say good bye to a busy roadway every day urging drivers to slow down, kate. and we are in a dry but cool stretch over next couple case and it is getting colder, i'll tell but a freeze watch for portions of the area, when that goes into effect how cold it will be and help rain returns to the forecast, "eyewitness news" at 6:00 starts right now. here's is what happening and it is caught on camera. a mob tears through campus temple university and some of them beaten, some robbed, and police officer was punched in the face. police plan to step up patrols and specially concerned since
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halloween is just one week away. hello, good evening i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do is live on the temple campus with more on that video, trangood? >> reporter: well, jessica police say this started with social media posts advertising a gathering at pearl theater, several groups then broke off and unleashed a wave of violence around campus with several of the assaults happening right here in the middle of the street. >> disturbing video shows a chaotic scene friday night on temple campus. dozens of students were captured earned ising and attacking three students near intersection of oxford and carlisle street. joe's daughter was one of the victims. >> my heart dropped, my worst fear happened, i never ever wanted to see that happen to my daughter and to find out she was beaten black and blue over her whole body, stumped, kick in the head, and everything, it was just phenomenal, beyond my wildest dreams. >> reporter: temple's executive director of public


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