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could have you paying the second highest sales tax in the nation. first, a man breaks into a home and rapes a 6-year-old girl asleep in her bed. the suspect has a young child himself. >> that suspect is behind bars tonight thanks to the little girl's stepfather who pinned him down until police arrived. >> we are live in hatfield township. police are saying they have a confession here? >> reporter: well, he admits to breaking into the apartment, but denies sexually assaulting the 6-year-old girl. police and prosecutors are getting the victim's family, including her 11-year-old brother, the credit for bringing the suspect in. he broke into the living room window of a hatfield apartment not knowing the 6-year-old girl he is charged with raping, but so many say he's no stranger to them. this woman says her boyfriend
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went to high school with him. >> he's a really great father. that's what blows my mind. he has a kid of his own that same age. how could he do something like that? >> reporter: the victim's 11-year-old brother discovered him naked in his sister's bed. he ran to get his parents, then called 911. the children's stepfather held him at knife point until police arrived. he tried to get away pleading kill me, kill me, or let me go. >> i have to give credit to this 11-year-old boy who had the courage to step up and help his sister and the courage of the family with their restraint. >> reporter: he moved out of the hatfield village apartments where the crime took place, but people know him as someone who frequents the neighborhood. >> it's shocking. i'm very surprised.
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>> it could have been anybody. >> reporter: rivera herrera has been held on a million dollars bail charged with the rape of a child. it is shocked and saddened by the news, but thankful that somebody has been american people r-- apprehended. you could be soon be saying the same highest sales tax in the nation. tonight, we're getting our first look at the details under the proposed budget. pennsylvania sales tax would rise to 7.25%. if you live in philadelphia, the sales tax would be 9.25%. it's 8% right now. the governor says he was able to negotiate a record increase in education funding.
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the budget isn't a done deal yet. tonight, we have new video from the scene of a jet crash that's killed at least two people in akron, ohio. the death toll could go higher as investigators determine how many people were aboard the ten-seater jet. the woman you're about to see was recording on her phone when crash happened nearby. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: authorities say the jet clipped a power line before it hit the brick building. they don't think anyone was inside that building, but they're still trying to figure out exactly how many people were on the plane. i will quit talking when it is time to quit talking. >> why does she keep interrupting everybody? >> fireworks at tonight's
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presidential debate in milwaukee hosted by fox business network. that was just one of several clashes between the candidates. >> steve handelsman has a look at the dra 3ma and ideas that ce out of tonight's debate. >> reporter: in the debate on the fox business network the focus was on exact economic plans. >> did you want to name any specific steps, sir? >> reporter: how exactly would each candidate fix our middle class? >> i have a child tax credit increase and i'm proud of it. >> each one of those tax plans is better than the mess that we have right now. >> reporter: four candidates debated earlier. this was the eight top polling republicans. carson's account of his youth was an issue. >> thank you for not asking me what i said in the tenth grade. >> if you think walls don't
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work, all you have to do is ask israel. >> reporter: that gave jeb bush a chance to show passion. >> 12 million illegal immigrants to send them back, $500,000 a month, is just not possible. they're doing high-fives in the clinton campaign when they hear this. >> reporter: it was a competition, but also a look at how a republican president, presumably one of these eight would change our taxes. the next republican debate is not until december 15th. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, milwaukee. new jersey governor chris christie is drawing praise tonight for his appearance at the republican undercard debate on the fox business network earlier tonight. some political experts say it felt like he was a frontrunner as his rivals attacked his record in the garden state. >> i'll give you a ribbon for participation and a juice box,
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but in the real world it is about results. >> governor bobby jindal of louisiana criticized christie for not being conservative enough, but christie focused most of his attacks on hillary clinton. clinton is facing more criticism from the gop tonight. it's over her reaction of her comments over carly fiorina. here's what a former hp employee said about clinton. >> she says she's a great ceo. each time i see her on the tv i want to reach through and strangle her. i don't know that doesn't sound very nice. >> i wouldn't mess with you. >> reporters later asked clinton if she took the man seriously, she shook her head no.
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a spokesman said the joke was in poor taste. turning to the weather in this time lapse video of the skies over center city. >> this morning's commute was messy. how about tomorrow morning? >> tomorrow morning will be better than this morning. the clouds will be here, but not the heavy rain we had today. mostly showers in parts of new jerse jerse jersey. this is just some light rain. into the poconos we have some light to moderate showers. visibility isn't too bad. four miles in philadelphia. two in allentown. not dense fog, but we could see some patchy fog overnight. future weather clears a lot of the rain out, but notice the cloud cover is still here. for new jersey and delaware,
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8:00. by noon around 60 degrees. philadelphia area from will -- coming up, i'll show you what you can expect through the afternoon and another round of rain before the weekend. when police shoot at suspects, should the department release the officer's names? some pennsylvania lawmakers say the answer is no and they're pushing for a new law. >> we're live at philadelphia police headquarters. people feel so passionately about this on both sides. >> reporter: that's because we're talking about potentially life or death situations for the officers and for the suspects. so for this year, there have been 22 police-involved shootings in philadelphia. more than 400 since 2007.
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when a philadelphia police officer is involved in a shooting on the job, their names are disclosed to the public within three days. a report by the department of justice criticized the department's lack of transparency and excessive use of force. >> this was the concern because it puts the lives of the officers and their families in jeopardy. >> reporter: the bill would require mandatory disclosure of an officer's name only if he or she is charged with a crime after an internal information is completed. >> i feel this bill brings the public and law enforcement closer together because there's more information. >> very poorly thought out respect to the consequences. i would venture to say a very dangerous development. >> reporter: an attorney is representing the family of brandon tate brown, a
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26-year-old, who was shot and killed by philadelphia police during a traffic stop last december. the family had to go to court to get the names of the officers released. >> we could not investigate the police officers. we could not learn if they had a history of prior violence. >> reporter: as public servants, public scrutiny comes with the job. the concern is this bill will lessen the amount of transparency and trust within communities. this bill has plenty of support from both sides of the aisle. today it passed the judiciary committee and it is headed to the full house for a vote. tonight, we hear from the mother of a philadelphia man shot and killed inside a store full of customers. the victim maurice mcdonald was killed as he waited for an order around 8:30 this morning.
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a gunman just ran in and shot him. mcdonald's mother is fed up with the violence. >> i love my son. i know he in god's hands. it is what it is. i'm just tired of these kids dying for nothing. >> family members tell us the gunman, who police are looking for, may be the victim's distant cousin. attorney general kathleen cane will face charges. she's accused of leaking secret grand jury material to a reporter and then lying about it. kane is expected to go on trial next year. jimmy carter has a reason to celebrate tonight. doctors say he is responding well to his cancer treatment. they have no evidence of any new tumors. carter announced his cancer diagnosis in august.
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the 91-year-old underwent radiation has been taking a newly approved drug to help his body destroy cancer cells. the stars shine bright in center city. the entertainment giants bringing their talent to philly tonight. plus, sleeping on the job. why philadelphia police say these officers put their lives in danger by catching 40 winks. most of the rain clearing out. i'll show you what the morning commute will look like. plus another round of rain before the weekend. that's coming up.
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someone could have gotten hurt. that's the reaction tonight from philadelphia police brass after two officers were caught sleeping on the job. this photo captured the two officers from the 24th district taking a nap during their overnight shift over the
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weekend. it happened in kensington. >> they were caught sleeping with the windows down. that could have been another cop getting shot. look what happened in new york with a cop who was sitting in the car. >> a spokesman for the police department says the officers have been identified and will be disciplined. all bets are off for the fantasy sports sites fan dual and draft kings. games offered by draft kings and fan dual in his words police sportsm fans across the country. comcast is an investor in fan duel. philadelphia's first
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african-american mayor was honored tonight in center city. people for people recognized dr. wilson goode senior. r a world renowned artist descended on philadelphia tonight. >> he accepted the marion anderson award in center city. keith jones is live. misty copeland, front row. >> reporter: it was amazing. just like you said, this was a five-star performance. it wasn't your average awards ceremony. that's why there's still people behind me. some of them are still leaving, but this truly was a tribute to a philadelphia legend. tonight started with a standing
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ovation for witten marcellus. from witten's slips through misty copeland's soul, the first african-american to be named a principal dancer at the american ballet theater wowed the audience. each honoring witten marcellus, a man that produced 80 records, sold more than 7 million copies worldwide. he even won a pulitzer prize. they paid tribute to another. the late marian anderson, one of the most celebrated singers of the 21st century and a pioneer for the arts and civil rights. five minutes away, her memory lives on. her face adorns a rec center. >> i do want to make a point
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that i think is pertinent to this award, to this city, to the life we live as americans and the things we have been through and what marian anderson represents to us. >> reporter: the award invests in local artists since its inception in 1998. they've invested more than $500,000. >> such an inspiring night. so much talent in that one spot. >> it is always an incredible event. there's no way rain would stop anyone. the good news is you're not going to be running into that rain for the morning commute like we had this morning. we do have a few showers around, but it is foggy and misty outside. the fog should start to lift for most of the morning commute, but then we have a nice dry tomorrow. our next rain chance that will be thursday. a cold front approaches, brings
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us some showers thursday, and we'll have a colder weekend forecast. wait until you see those numbers. low clouds now. you can't really see a lot of the buildings in philadelphia looking at center city. that's mostly just those misty conditions, but a few light showers around. 57 degrees right now, so we are still fairly mild. we'll be staying in the 50s for most of the area overnight. at 8:00 tomorrow, mid 50s, cloudy conditions. noon some sunshine peeking through. by 4:00 p.m., temperatures topping out around the 60s. at least we do stay dry. right now on radar a few light showers around parts of new jersey right near washington township moving towards winslow. parts of north hampton county up through the poconos light to moderate showers, but this is all moving up to the northeast, so it is going to continue to move away from the area.
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then you see the drier conditions down to the south and east. clouds will be hanging around. this is future weather. 8:00 tomorrow morning cloudy skies, but no rain. by the afternoon a little bit of a break of sunshine here and there, so a nice day. thursday, that's when we have that next cold front approaching. that's the next rain chance. cold front swings through. friday, it will get windy and cooler, so to end out the week the winds will be increasing, temperatures will be dropping, and then we go into saturday. for saturday afternoon, we're talking about high temperatures barely reaching about 50 degrees for parts of the area. tonight, though, periods of drizzle, kind of misty foggy outside. that's going to be the rest of the forecast for this evening. then we see improvements tomorrow. cloudy in the morning, some sunshine through the afternoon. 63 through 66 degrees for the high temperatures. then we get showers back in for
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thursday. sunny on friday. but windy and cooler. sunday morning we wake up to 37 degrees, but at least it will be dry for the eagles with a high sunday of 58 degrees. john? and the eagles back at practice today without one of their best playmakers on defense. we'll show you why the fliers called another team meeting after tonight's game, hoping to break out of their slump.
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i'm john clark from comcast sportsnet. the fliers were shut out for the first time this season tonight. a bad loss to the worst team in
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the western conference, the avalanche. tough start for the fliers. somehow the puck gets past him. take another look. it just gets past the pad and the post. it trickles in. 1-0, colorado. big rebound. fliers lose, 4-0. the fliers are scoring the fewest goals per game at home in hockey. they held a team meeting afterwards to play more together as a team. >> i think it's unacceptable. everybody's got to be better and everybody's got to be accountable. it was just a really poor performance on our part. >> we can't get away from our game and start playing more individual or not playing the right way. tonight, it cost us big time. >> we have to be better, especially on our rink. >> he said it was okay for flier
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fans to boo. jordan hicks he tore his pectoral muscles sunday night. he played the most snaps at inside linebacker. he was tied for the nfl lead in fumble recoveries. his teammates feel real bad for him, but they have very good depth there. >> super bummed for jordan. he was having a great game, obviously a great season. but these things happen. guys love to step up. >> he's a good player, and his presence is felt. i feel bad for him being the fact that he was having a great year, but this is the nature of the game. >> tough luck. jordan's spot on the roster is being taken by his former teammate at texas eman acho. >> with hicks going down, i
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couldn't have come back to philly until yesterday. it's a funny coincidence. sucks that it has to be jordan, but i'm just happy to be back. >> we finally have a champion in philadelphia. we'll explain when we come right back. ono off-days, or downtime.ason. opportunity is everything you make of it. this winter, take advantage of our season's best offers on the latest generation of cadillacs. the 2016 cadillac srx. get this low-mileage lease from around $339 per month, or purchase with 0% apr financing.
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