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probation but judge wendy demcheck alloy said in effect lock her up. 10 to 23 months at the montgomery county correctional facility. >> what's clear from this is nobody is above the law. this is a significant jail time for the chief law enforcement officer of the state. >> reporter: kane was convict this summer of lying to grand jury about her role in leaking controversial documents designed to damage a former prosecutor with whom she was feuding. on horribly dysfunctional attorney general' office under kane one in which loyalty was prized above all else and critics were fired. >> it eroded the public's belief in prosecutors and law enforcement and as the judge noted we took a hit for that. >> reporter: kane herself addressed the judge. pleading that she not be taken away from her two teenaged son the older of whom a 15-year-old red head named chris is seen here. but the judge called this a case of retaliation, revenge and ego.
and decided kane must do time. >> today when she was taken out of the courtroom in handcuffs, there was finally justice and i'm happy to see that this ugly chapter for pennsylvania has finally concluded. >> reporter: so there you have it. a minimum of 10 months in the county lock up. maximum of 23 months. followed by eight years of probation. it's interesting that supporters of kathleen kane testified this morning at the actual sentencing hearing that she is saved countless lives by her help with the city of hazelton fighting back against their violent drug gangs. prosecutors countered and the judge clearly believed that she could still be helping victims of crime had her ego not gotten in the way. lucy. >> thank you very much, bruce. we are on top of a developing story tonight out of north philadelphia. this gathering of middle and high school students most certainly not organized by any philadelphia school. in fact, this group of 200 teams
according to police gathered for violence and the group targeted temple university students. >> robbing some of them attacking others and police say the group of teens even went after law enforcement. let's get right out to fox 29's dave kinchen live outside temple university. dave? >> reporter: iain and lucy i spoke with one of the victims by phone. she said she's afraid the attackers may come back again after they left her with a black eye and several bruises. you are watching chaos on a friday night. surveillance video showing a flash mob frenzy invading north broad street across from temple university. a 19-year-old girl and temple business sophomore knock to the ground, punched and kick. >> my heart dropped. i was terrified. >> reporter: the victim is his daughter. a surprise attack leaving her with serious injuries to her face plus other cuts and bruises. >> she said, dad, ate i'm beaten up very bradley. i said whose phone in this. my phone is stolen. i borrowed the phone.
i'm headed to the police stati station. >> reporter: he hi tailed it from bucks county to meet his terrified daughter eventually offered this he's motion al facebook post that went viral. >> rage, everything running through my mine. my baby girl. i didn't know what happened. >> reporter: sources say it started with an instagram post calling for a meet up before temple university police say they encountered reports of 200 teens on and near broad. cops say the teen mob then split into several groups and attacked a few other temple students. >> it was kind of concerning because it happened right here and i live right there. >> reporter: video shows a police officer getting assaulted an philly police horse was punched in the face twice. three boys between 15 and 17 arrested so far. >> it's a disgrace to see that type of thing happen. >> i was kind of shocked. >> reporter: this temple university alert went out describing increased creased police activity but some students say it was too vague and came out late. >> they could have said like, you know, be a little -- like
describe more about what happened. >> reporter: meanwhile, he says the assault isn't getting his daughter down. >> she's back at school. she wanted to go back to school. she's very strong. she's very bright. very high gpa. she does not want this to stop her. >> reporter: well, meantime we did ask the university why the tweet, why that temple alert went out an hour after the first incident. temple says that arrests came immediately after the first incident. they say they put the alert out an hour later immediately after the groups broke up and became more violent. back to you, iain. >> dave, thank you. also in north philadelphia, police are looking for a duo of robbers who targeted and elderly man. police say the victim who was physically challenged was outside his front door 2800 block of north warnock street when a man an woman walked up to him told him they had had gun and burst in his door. police say the pair got away with a tv, cell phone and his wallet. thankfully the victim was not hurt. for i don't care 29 weather authority now. live look at wilmington a cool but have to say comfortable and
really pretty day. we're now preparing for a possible freeze though. plug your ears, iain. let's head over to meteorologist kathy orr right now. i know. just don't look at it. >> better be north and west. >> we don't see it it's not real, right? >> right. >> in wilmington one of the places under the freeze watch it's not tonight. but it is tomorrow night. we'll talk about it right now stiff, northwesterly winds creating some lake effect clouds and lake effect sprinkles in pennsylvania and upstate new york. not for us though. we do have sunshine but our camera shaking a little bit at the airport. because winds still gusting to about 25 miles an hour. temperature right now pretty comfortable. it's 62 degrees. the high for the day 65. that's 1 degree above normal. winds consistent sustain out of the northwest at 17 miles an hour. right now, it is cold already in the poconos. 45. reading lancaster 58. 59 in trenton and wrightstown. along the i-9 i-95 corridor philadelphia and wilmington still in the 60s. current winds gusting to 26 miles an hour in philadelph
philadelphia. gusting to 25 in allentown. gusting to 24 miles an hour in wilmington so the winds will stay up a bit tonight and create wind chill for some of us come tomorrow morning. this evening mainly clear at 7:00 p.m., 56. 52 degrees by 9:00 and evening chill 11:00 o'clock temperature in the city 50 degrees and the suburbs in the 40s. so it's going to be a cold nig night. this freeze watch goes into effect early wednesday morning or late tuesday night however you want to look at it. 2:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on wednesday for northern and western suburbs including the towns of per cass seek pottstown, coatesville, lancaster, read, allentown. temperatures very close to freezing here and even south jersey. we're looking at burlington county, ocean county, atlantic county, even into cumberland county, temperatures going down close to freezing. so that would mean the end of the growing season. because any tender vegetation you want to try to save some of those plants, you best cover them up. as we look ahead talking about more gusty winds in the forecast coming up.
turning much colder and falling to freezing. halloween forecast is coming up with the seven day. i'll see in you just a few minutes. kathy, thanks. police are looking for the thief who left an iconic building in center city damaged. part of the staircase at the union league of philadelphia is now in pieces police say the debris started falling as a thief took apart the metal railing. fox 29's dave schratwieser joins us live at the scene with the latest. dave? >> reporter: iain, a strange crime carried out by one suspect according to police take a look here. workers still on the scene assessing the damage and making repairs or beginning to make repairs here. this is the 1865 built union league out front one of the stairwells someone last night climbed up the stairwell there, ripped off a piece of the brass railing that collapsed the entire right hand side of this stairwell. especially the railings on that side. it happened around 3:01 this morning. surveillance camerasurveillancee
rolling. apparently no one noticed until early this morning and then called police. police came in and investigating. they're still doing that now. reviewing surveillance video. but tourists passing by today and folks here at the union league are did he say stressed by what happened here. well in reviewing our surveillance tapes it looks about 30:00 2:00 a.m. we saw a mail figure walk down the street this way an approach the staircase and at that time he ripped off a piece of the brass second of the railing causing the entire structure to collap collapse. very unfortunate situation here. we're very upset about it certainly. >> reporter: work crews continue to as is he the damage here. it could take couple of days that's all free fabricated material on there not from 1865. it was replaced in th 20th century according to folk at the union league. police reviewing surveillance video yo from both sides of the building. hoping to ge catch a glimpse ofe man who did this. we'll have much more on this
tonight at 10. >> he's not on trial. not even taking the stan but in the bridge gate trial newark today former aid to governor christie further called into question what exactly the governor new about those lane closures. defendant bridget kelly testified that she told governor christie twice about the lane closures along the george washington bridge and that he knew about the traffic problems in fort lee. she testified she also told the governor that the mayor was complaining about what was happening. on friday, kelly testified that christie signed off on a traffic study connected to the lane closures. christie continued to deny knowing anything about the scream before it happened. prosecutors have not charged the governor. if prosecutors are right a 16 year old lancaster cun tee girl almost died because of what her father gave her. lancaster city police say 35-year-old kerry long gave his daughter heroin that had the powerful painkiller fentanyl in it. someone in the home called 911 by the time first responders got there the 16-year-old was blue
and not breathing. authorities say an initial dose of narcan didn't do anything. it took three more doses via and iv to save the teen. the charge her father is now facing include felony counts of aggravated assault, drug dealing and endodan injuring a child. >> she aimed to energize current future health care professionals challenged them to develop new solutions to the addiction. since governor wolf brought her on board the two have work to pass act 139. victory for penn state turned into chaos in the streets at state college this weekend. price tag just came in for how much damage vandals left behind. >> sean? lucy eagles get a big win yesterday but defense suffers a big loss.
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celebrity that he can rape women's body -- rate women's bodies from one to 10. because he has a mouthful of tick tacks that he can force himself on any woman win groping distance. >> boo! >> i got news for you, donald trump, women have had it with guys like you. >> meanwhile, clinton criticized trump for his stance on isis. real clear politics poll shows clinton has a september point lead over trump in new hampshi hampshire. >> meanwhile clinton is also leaning on big named celebrities for support. jaycee will headline get out the vote concert in ohio before election day according to a clinton aid. but details about when the concert will be held have been -- not been form nally announced the event will focus on mobilizing black voters. donald trump took his campaign to florida today. >> that's where early in person voting is now underway. clinton has got slight lead in the state but trump is hoping to close that gap by kicking off a florida campaign blitz. he held a number of rallies over
the last 24 hours. urging voters to get to the ballot box early. he then went after leaders in washington. >> our leadership i went to an ivy league school but there's some words that you can't describe any better. hour leadership is stupid. these are stupid people. >> trump went on to continue to 11 the election system is rigged. meanwhile, the pennsylvania republican party is filed a lawsuit claiming the state's poll watchers law is unconstitutional. the law established in 1937 allows pole watchers to monitor locations only in the county where they're registered to vo vote. lawsuit claims because some electoral districts are not restricted to single county that the law violates voters free speech. >> to your fox 29 weather authority now. kathy orr tracking that forecast. okay. so i'm way behind on the mulching of some of my plants clearly because -- >> ut-oh. >> we got so cold really quickly. kathy. >> well, you know, last week was the week, right? 80s all week
last week. a couple of records. even friday we were in the 80s and now it's time. it's almost halloween. take look at the change in our weather. remember friday did make it to 80 degrees and then saturday temperatures just tanked, 56 the high. 66 for your sunday. and then today, topping off at 65 i which is 1 degree above average. it is cooling down quickly. we had a cold front move through. yesterday we had southwesterly winds today northwesterly winds we were lucky to get into the 60s. colder air already in allentown and reading in the 50s. chilly in the poconos. only 45 degrees. you can tell by this map where the cooler air is that darker blue is the colder air and you can see in quebec it's 39 degrees. burlington 46. ottawa 41. so the fours are going to be sliding southward and taking over at least for a couple of days. take look at the future wind gust. gusting out of the northwest to about 20 miles an hour in philadelphia. tomorrow we'll see little bit of an ease in the wind but still gusty out of the northwest in
the morning and then in the afternoon the strongest winds will be through south jersey and delaware but winds still gusting to 25 miles an hour. gusting to 20 through the poconos the lehigh valley and even in our northern and western suburbs much the cold air will be building in as this trough begins to cut into the delaware valley, and that cooler air will be singing south. so we have a reinforcing shot of cooler air coming tomorrow night and that means it could be frosty come wednesday morning. a killer frost for many of us. in the city overnight 43. the suburbs 38 degrees. clearing skies northwesterly winds continue. during the day tomorrow the high 57. mostly sunny with a cut gusty win out of the northwest to 25. freeze watch gets underway early wednesday morning between 2:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. take look at this. it includes reading, berks county, kutztown, even into allentown along the northeast extension cutting through perkasie upper parts of bucks and montgomery even the and tire county of chester county also wilmington and new castle county
and interior south jersey. these areas will be prone to a freeze that could end the growing season come wednesday morning any tender vegetation any potted plants that you want to save couple more weeks make sure you cover them up. on your exclusive fox 297 day forecast, brought to you by your weather authority, wednesday the freeze watch gets underway but plenty of sunshine will warm us up into the 50's. thursday some showers moving in. increasing sunshine friday. another front approaches saturday but we're going to have some strong southerly winds so i think we'll make it into the 60s before that rain moves in. on sunday, pretty decent. monday will be breezy for halloween but it look like it will be sunny as high pressure builds in. morning lows in the 40s for halloween parades and by the afternoon, the temperature 58. not bad for halloween it's been a pretty warm month around here. we'll zen it back to you. >> sounds good, thank you very much, kathy. fresh off their win against the vikings some eagles players spent their day putting their board game skills to the test this is at the school district of philadelphia. players challenged children in
games of chess and scrabble. eye love those games. the goal of the event to keep kiddos occupied with fun activities after school. all part of the nfl's 18th annual hometown huddle where players participate in community service activities. chess is a great game. >> i can't lie. i feel like fans are only happy about the story and seeing this when the eagles win. >> chess scrabble story. >> if they lose, why aren't you with your playbook. if why aren't you reviewing ta tape. >> we need to you win, okay. these kids, get out of here. >> no. >> you know it's true. you know it's true. all right. we'll get off of that. listen, eagles big win but they may have suffered a big loss with a cornerback being out for the season. the tough loss for a group that has no depth. hopefully doug pederson can overcome those injuries and suspensions with aggressive play calling. he talks about his decision making next in sports.
eagles saved their season yesterday. if they would have lost three in a row with dallas and new york coming up next, it would have been over.
it would have been a done deal. especially because the nfc east is starting to look like the best division in football. doug pederson had to coach its to win and yesterday he really did. being aggressive from start to finish and it really started with pederson's decision to go for two after josh huff's touchdown. yesterday points wer at a premit that point. most coaches would have took the
easy feel goal. fourth down in the second quarter. another risky decision. he went for it and the team got a field goal because of it pederson breathing confidence into this team. >> i trust our guys. i trust -- i trust the offensive line. i think it sends a great message, um, to the rest of the team, to our defense, to special teams, hey, you know, if we convert this and stay on the field, um, it stepped a good message, and then other other side of that if you do convert the message you send to the other team and the fact that you're going to stay aggressive. >> he's lucky because if you don't convert then all of a sudden everyone is calling for your job. unfortunately eagles did commute out of there with loss. quarterback ron brooks out for the year with quad injury. he was just trying to make a tackle and his leg buckled secondary all right very very thin so that's going to be very tough loss. this week we'll have special ed dig of "game day live" at
5:00 o'clock on saturday. all the usual suspects. still there be. howard eskin, gary cobb, dave spadaro and myself break down the eagles sunday nighter versus the cowboys and a lot of people are saying the nfl is down after last night's game and i can't blame them. this game was awful. six-six after the overtime. field goal kickers missing game winners after game winners. just an awful game oh look at because games are every day now. thursday, saturday, sunday, monday, saturated. players can't play off of that, man. i don't want to see it. >> no, we got to get a money grab by the nfl. >> that's shocker money grab by the nfl. >> i know. they make 15 billion a year. that does it for us. >> we'll see you back here at 10:00. >> bundle and, right, kathy. >> um-hmm. >> ♪
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