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>> welcome to the postgame show presented by "lethal weapon" on fox. the cleveland indians, 7-2 winners over the cubs and are one win away from world series championship. they are doing it with pitching and even some hitting tonight. they're getting it done for these cleveland indians now have a commanding 3-1 lead. cubbies fans still positive at wrigley, they have been out here all day.
hoping to see something good from their team, it hasn't happened just yet, but they are faithful just outside the center field gate here at wrigley. welcome to our set, corey kluber coming up soon and more from the field. let's talk about kluber, a lot of angles, alice, but for me fascinating in game one you talked about the two-seamer, that is all we saw. tonight it is a totally different philosophy. >> he was predominantly fastballs, it was an out pitch. today 37% fastball, a season low. very smart, very clever pitching. >> tom even before the games at his best pitch was a breaking ball and he realize realized ht have that on the fastball when he started so he went to his breaking ball and it was very, very good. >> cutter, slider, and a great fastball. saw these guys early in the week, he went at it differently, that's why he's an ace, he can
really pitch. >> five stars in the postseason for corey kluber. he's allowed three runs total, just unbelievable for kluber, and he's standing by now with ken rosenthal. >> your first start in game one you relied heavily on the two-seamer. today you went heavy breaking ball. what was your thought process changing up your plan? >> they were a lot more aggressive today than they were the first time around. just trying to adjust to their adjustments. like we talked about yesterday, they're going to make adjustments to the way we pitched the first game, so our job as pitchers to execute. >> fowler leadoff double and then rizzo the rbi double with one out, did you make an adjustment after that were set just part of what you were doing out there? >> they scored a run there, but neither ball was hit hard, still making pretty good pitches, so sticking with the game plan there, not trying to really get down on ourselves for giving up
a run. look back on it, we didn't do hard balls, we stuck with what we were doing. >> that's twice in the postseason you've pitched really well on three days rest. what's your secret? >> i think is just trying to recover in between and you have one less day in between, obviously, but i think the recovering part is the biggest thing to have your legs feel normal when you get out there. >> i know you don't show a lot of excitement, but you are up three games to one in the world series, how excited are you? >> i think we like the position we're in, but the task isn't done yet, we still have one more game to win. we will show up tomorrow and play the same urgency as we played to this point. we don't want to necessarily let them build up any moment, or let them feel like they are back in the series. >> congratulations, thank you. kevin, back to you. >> you can't pitch better than corey kluber in the postseason.
lowest era through five career postseason starts, he's the second two christie matheson. he has 0.89 era and five career starts, two of them on three days rest, hasn't even mattered. >> that is a something surprising happened, going to get a world series mvp trophy for his case, that's how good he's been in this world series. i take my hat off to him, don't worry about the first inning. one was a don't or down the left field line and rizzo through his bat out at it. they just got a couple hits off him. i think he pitched to it. >> he talked about making adjustments, but frank, why haven't the cubs hitters been able to make any? >> coming to the world series, we knew they were a bad breaking ball hitting team. this american league team used to throwing breaking balls because of all the big hitters. they're prepared for big-time
hitters because this is what they see 162 games per year basically in the american league. >> to win a championship you need more than talent, you need to be disciplined, you need to be calm. corey showed both for the indians. what corey kluber is doing, he's showing what the world i've been trying to tell you guys he's one of the best three pitchers in the game, very, very impressive. >> he has been great, especially second half of the season. indians one game away from their first victory since 1948. you have good pitching, the offense looks terrible, right? but this offense looks terrible in every single way. he splits of the lineup, wanted zobrist at second, didn't do it. we haven't seen enough at all. rizzo a couple good hits, fowler had a couple hits, heyward with a couple hits, but they can't piece any kind of a rally together. >> just a bad time to struggle, in the world series.
i want to go back to something i wrote earlier today, they handed the world series champion royals 14 out of 19 game losses this year. so they've seen the power hitting lineups, they've seen guys who can flat-out hit, they just are prepared. this is a special team, underrated coming into this world series, but we are seeing what they did to boston and toronto earlier in the playoffs. >> he wrote down three cheeseburgers with a large fry. >> no worries, that's later. >> right on. those bats have to wake up. i just don't understand all of it. it's the mets all over again. the mets all over again. >> what has happened? great pitching, the pitching was phenomenal last year in the nlcs, what if you look at the numbers, i think there is a fine line, right, pete?
one thing you are going to slow down runs are going to be hard to come by, but they are invisible like last year. >> this is not a situation we can point the finger at one or two players because when you are 5 for 37 with runners in scoring position, that is a team effort as far as i'm concerned. the bottom line is the time of year, and i've been terrible in october and '09 we were all pretty good. this time of year you have to swing strikes. trust your teammates, pass the baton and trust everybody else will do their job. what i see right now is everybody trying to hit a three-run home run with nobody on base. as frank said earlier, start with one pitch at a time in the strike zone. >> another bad habit cubs hitters are getting into, five times or so there has been a man on second with no outs and they didn't even get him to third. you have to start cashing in on some of those one run in this inning, one run in that inning. they add up, but you have to play the small ball.
>> i'm just curious, what can the cubs do, though? you talk about something radical, lineup, if you are talking about putting different guys in their, they don't have a lot of lineup flexibility, frank. >> tomorrow is a must-win situation for them. you look at what happened earlier tonight, the best possible start for the cubs. started to charge with a base hit, and like you said, they didn't move him over, they had to capitalize on those runs early. especially against a great pitcher like corey kluber. >> joe maddon has been with 23 players and is in a tough corner. to me it's about game planning and situational hitting. i've seen contreras have a dozen times or so fake punt and strike one writes down broadway, and chased chase slider, chase slider. one time he did it with the bases loaded, fastball right down the middle. that tells you more about their
game plan and maybe their mentality. >> khoury said they seemed to be a little more aggressive tonight. >> the first three or four innings they were taking a lot of 1st-pitches strikes. he went to his curveball and it was very effective. >> they have to change it up tomorrow if they want any shot at this world series. after the cubs got the early momentum, defense really failed them. kris bryant with two errors gave the indians momentum. he is joe maddon talking about bryant's night. >> joe, kris bryant's throwing errors, were either of those him trying to force it and do too much? and then on montgomery throwing to second for the double play instead of getting the fourth at third, was that a little aggressive? >> the first one he did appear wet, just the play maybe took a little bit more time with. the second ball should not have
thrown. you process the pitcher running you give it a go. the first place i think he had a shot, heady thrown wow slowed it down a little bit and found the first baseman. he's made so many good place, that's just happened tonight, but that's what i saw. montgomery, again, you rarely ever teach somebody to throw to third base, you just don't do that. there probably was, everything being perfectly done, possible chance. but i can't fault him on that, you are just trained to do that. you rarely think about throwing to third base to get one out. that's probably the industry's fall for all that. we made mistakes, absolutely we made mistakes tonight, that was part of it, but again we just have to do more offensively to give ourselves a chance. you're going to make the stays on occasion, you have to play the tough moments by doing something offensively. we haven't been able to do that.
>> bryant is going to make some errors, but that was a weird inning because i think joe hit it perfectly, the one looped around and was not even close, the other he should have pocketed on the kluber infield single. is there a transition, though? is that affecting his offense? the first two rounds he has had good plate appearances, but he has been quiet here. >> guard offense is contagious and so is defense. reading body language, he doesn't look very comfortable or confident right now. an indication of this, you'll see right here a couple of plays. the first one was do-or-die, tough angle, turned around, would have been bang bang anyway. the second one tells me a little bit about where he is mentally. when this is hit, the ball never should have been thrown. with two outs, make sure the runner stays on third base. >> so, bryant a couple of
errors. and looking at what he's done at the plate, he's lost his way a little bit. >> they're treating him like an mvp like they should in the world series. breaking ball heavy, cutter, slider, not getting fastballs out over the plate which he crushes all the time. i've been in that situation, a rod has been in that situation, they want him to expand and he's expanding his a strike zone and getting himself out. >> you don't think i've been in that situation? >> no, your leadoff hitter. >> you want to talk about emotion, plenty of that at progressive field. they had a packed house tonight and there wasn't even a game there. look at this. great job by the cleveland fans at progressive field watching on the big screen as their indians now one win away from bringing a championship to cleveland. we'll hear from francisco
lindor, we will go one-on-one with him and have our special from the ball, i hear this is a good one tonight. more from wrigleyville. another indians win. stay with us on the postgame show on fox. ere chronic plaque psoriasis. so i made a decision to talk to my dermatologist about humira. humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults taking humira were clear or almost clear, and many saw 75% and even 90% clearance in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores.
japan. >> that was easy, frank. >> that was easy. >> hey guys, francisco lindor, another multi-hit game. this shortstop has just been awesome and he's with tom for >> you have been on base nine times in four games, only 22 years old, what's enabled you to succeed on this stage? >> having teammates, they've been helping me, telling me what to look for and that's what i am trying to do. >> corey kluber was pitching on short rest, the cubs were seeing him for a second time in four days. first time around he threw a lot of two seamers, night a lot of breaking balls, how confident are you with corey getting the ball on short rest? >> we believe in him.
i am proud of kluber on short rest. he did it against toronto and coming out great for us again. he's the guy. >> you are one win away from winning the world series. you haven't been in cleveland long but i'm sure you heard a lot about 1948. how much would this mean for you, for cleveland, for the indians? >> it would mean a lot, it would be a dream come true. that's why we're doing it, doing it for the city, doing it for my family, doing it for puerto rico. but we still have a lot of games to be played. we have to play the game the right way, respect them because they can come back at any time and hopefully tomorrow we can do it. >> thank you so much, sleep well tonight and good luck in game 5. >> thank you, take care. >> back to you. >> another day at the office here in wrigley.
>> getting pops out of that dugout. whoever is telling lindor is working. >> do you want to hear and unbelievable stats? the indians now have as many world series wins at wrigley in history as the cubs do. >> wow, how about that. >> isn't that amazing? looking at lindor, kevin, he reminds me of a hall of famer, roberto alomar, when he let the blue jays in 1992 and '93 to a world championship. how unique and cool is it a 22-year-old shortstop is not only your leader, but your best player. >> talk about a puerto rican hall of famer named roberto clemente. will you please? >> i never met clemente. >> can we talk about the
manager? can we talk about terry francona? >> it is your show, we can talk about whatever you want. >> it is not my show. talking about the decision with francona, he went with his gut, he benched napoli and used santana. it worked. >> and they played cribbage before the game. and santana got a home run. what is he, 12-1 now in the world series? >> 11. >> 11-1? he knows what he is doing. this is not the first time, this is not a fluke, he has been doing it forever. >> he's having a great series. let me ask you something, if he wins, it is one more win, and the championship back to cleveland, are we talking about hall of fame for francona? >> i think we are now.
>> since he was hired, last four years, most wins in the league. >> he has a long ways to go, but what he's doing right now is very impressive. the way the kids respond to him is incredible. the heart of the order did their thing. to go home runs, eight hits, five rbis. that's lindor, kipnis. >> when you have corey kluber on the mound you are going to win. they have a 3-1 world series lead looking to wrap it up tomorrow at wrigley. but we're not done. alex rodriguez says the cubs aren't done either. he'll tell you why they've got a shot. >> i'm pumped. oh, man. ...and his pants ignited into flames, causing him to stop, drop and roll. luckily jack recently had geico help him
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>> cool shot above wrigley field. a lot of sad cubs fans leaving snide, they had nothing to cheer about. the first inning they did, and nothing after that. gorgeous night in chicago, but this indians team on the verge of a world series championship. tomorrow night they will send it to trevor bauer to have a chance to do it for them and of course the cubs wouldn't want it in anybody else's hands other than jon lester, and he will be the guy to come back from a 3-1 world series deficit. it's happened before, royals in '85, pirates, tigers, yankees, pirates again. so it has happened. of course these teams coming back with the cubs obviously have a lot of work to do. again, you start with this, alex. the ace on the mound tomorrow. what do you guys think, cubs dead? >> i think the cubs are in a good place. if you take away the two runs in the last 22 innings, throw that away.
103 games, two-time world champion at ace on the mound tomorrow, jon lester against trevor bauer. the bandage cubs. you win that game you have jake arrieta and josh tomlin. game seven, pete, you're on your own. facing kluber. >> i think you asked how may times have the cubs won won the games this year. more importantly have they lost three games in a row this year. i agree with you, jon lester will pitch a good game tomorrow night. mentally they have to deal with jon lester and jake arrieta. as far as game 7, they have to get there. the way i look at it, they are in a desperate situation tomorrow, all hands on deck. they have to win a baseball game, they can't be perfectly plan. if jon lester doesn't pitch well in three or four, they have to go straight to jake arrieta and down the line. you worry about the next game and you get there. but tomorrow is do-or-die.
>> that is the beauty of having legitimate number 1 and somebody who has brought the gold in the past. >> the cubs, they have lost three in a row at home only twice this year, last in july. hasn't happened a lot. that's for sure. remember, the indians got to lester in game one. >> the cubs have turned the fans around a little bit. i don't think the fans, when at home run was hit, the three-run home run was hit in the ninth, the air went out of the stadium. you could feel it. >> i think the cubs will feel good about trevor bauer. >> struggling on offense, though. all hands on deck with the pitching staff. they have to hold this game to one or two runs. they have to get to a game 6.
call them in, you have to win tomorrow. >> you think of it goes 7, fox will give you a raise next year? is that what you are hoping for? >> you bet! >> oh, my goodness. in that case, let's go to game 7. >> we would like that, but it is serious tomorrow. >> the cubs are on the doorstep of being eliminated, and the indians are one win away from bringing the world series championship back to cleveland. when we come back, our favorite moments from the bolt. you don't want to miss this, i am told. see you in a moment.
high drive into right, back at the wall, this game is tied! bryant, save! here comes a run to the plate! 2-1, cleveland! high, drive into right, at the wall, it is gone! kipnis, a three-run shot. the indians are now up three games to one. >> that's what it looked like and sounded like on social media tonight. welcome back to our set outside of the center field gate at wrigley field. well, one of our favorite segments with come across is called from the vault. i'm told it is the best one yet. >> that may be another disguise.
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decide 2016, the war of words in overdrive. >> this is the biggest political scandal since water gate. >> of course, donald trump is already making up lies about this. >> the candidates clashing about hillary clinton's e-mails tonight after the fbi decides to take another look. thank you for staying up with us tonight. i'm joyce evans. >> i'm done timmeney. 10 days until election day and now another bombshell in what's already been a turbulent election season.
fox's jennifer griffin has the story. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump trading bashes on the campaign trail today with just 10 days left until election day. clinton tacking trump for his rhetoric. >> i think it's time for donald trump to stop fear mongering and stop disgracing himself. >> reporter: trump coming down hard over the fbi' announcement of newly disabled e-mails on a device belonging to hillary clinton's aid huma be a dean. >> this is the biggest political scandal since water gate and everybody's deepest hope that justice at last will be beautifully delivered. >> reporter: e-mails were discovered as part of an investigation into anthony weiner' sexting scandal. campaign says the e-mail server investigation has not been reopened and that any e-mails they found belong to huma and her likely duplicates of ones she already shared witness fbi months ago. trump suggesting a coverup. >> i hope they haven't given huma immunity because she knows the real story.
she knows what's going on. >> reporter: clinton's campaign trying to shift focus today casting doubt on the timing of the announcement and calling for pfbi director jim comey to row lease more information about exactly what his agents found. >> it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. and so we've called on director comey to explain everything right away, put it all out on the table, right? >> reporter: with early voting started across the country the fbi director's pronouncement could have a big impact on november 8th. in miami, jennifer griffin, fox news. there's a new record in pennsylvania. the senate race between incumbent pat toomey and democrat katie mcginty is now the most expensive in history. that's according to new report by the center for responsive politics. they say money spent so far is
more than $118 million. and 90 million of that is coming from outside groups like super packets and non-profits. toomey and mcginty remain neck and neck in the race, and out come that might change the balance of power in washington. the winner here in pennsylvania could decide which party will hold the majority in the u.s. senate. and stay with fox 29 for complete coverage as we enter the final leg of this election season. we are -- when we're not on the air we always have the very latest online at fox 29.com. cell phone video showing the aftermath of an officer involved shooting in camden county. the suspect being helped after he was shot in the leg. investigators say it all started after a driver took off during a traffic stop and then he started fighting with the officer. >> well tonight that driver is recovering but there's still whole lot of questions about exactly what led to the shooting. fox 29's brad sattin spoke to witness at the scene in haddon township. >> reporter: this was
police-involved shooting that happened it round 9:45 this morning on route 130 northbound to my left. the driver apparently would not stop for police, came around this curve, and slammed into this car. cell phone video shows the suspect being treated after being shot once in the leg by haddon township police officer. moments earlier the suspect crashed his pick up after police say he fled the initial stop. >> looked like it probably was a chase. his truck was ran into this white car across the street that ran into my son's truck that was parked in front of it. >> reporter: white car belonging to angela yancy. >> i'm laying down and like i hear a big crash. >> reporter: she was just waking up a at home across street. >> sounded like brakes. a collision. you know so that's all i'm thinking it's a car crash. unfortunately, it was our car. >> reporter: police say following the crash, there was a brief struggle between the officer and the suspect and the driver was shot one time. >> there was a car crash and i thought there was a chase. that they was chasing the guy.
and then we heard a bullet. i was scared. >> they was attending to him on the ground. he was restrain. >> this woman started recording on her cell phone. >> i opened up the front door and seen a guy on the stretcher. my uncle heard one shot. there was a bunch of cops, everything was taped up. >> reporter: suspect was taken to cooper medical sent where he was release released and then ad as investigators now look into the shooting police are not releasing names. the officer is on administrative leave. it turns out the driver was want forward outstanding warrant. camden county prosecutor is now investigating. in haddon township, brad sattin, fox 29 news. it's been exactly four years since super storm sandy made landfall in new jersey and new york. it would be one of the move devastating storms to ever hit our region, and many neighborhoods and shore towns are still struggling to recover from the storm that caused damage to hundreds of thousands of homes. still other neighborhood well they're not even bothering. staten island neighborhood of
oak wood beach is not rebuilding after all after officials decided it would be foolish to do so. according to the centers for disease control the storm killed 117 people in the united states. now governor chris christie did release a statement today on the anniversary reflecting on the recovery following sandy it said in part "through the amazing generosity and extraordinary spirit of the people of this state and the many thousands of people who traveled here to support the recovery effort, we were able to rebuild, recover, and revitalize what had so quickly been taken i was from us". time now for check in your fox 29 weather authority. taking a live look now into the very quiet night in allentown. temperatures in the upper 50s there after what was beautiful late october day. meteorologist mike masco has details now on what the rest of your weekend is going to be looking like. mike? >> you said upper 50s, i believe? >> upper 50s. that should be your daytime high. we have a wild swing of temperatures.
joy, look at these numbers. nearly 30 degrees in most spots warmer in comparison to where we were last night and look at the temperatures after midnight. it's 64 in town. it's a pair of sixes. 66 degrees in atlantic city. it's north and west we go. we should see 30s and 40s up towards the lehigh valley and right now we're well into the 60s. it's warmth for a large majority of the nation right now. much of the eastern half of the nation seeing upper 50's and low 60s. just a thin veil of clouds across the horizon right now. go northwest and fine scattered showers even thunderstorms just north of chicago. this is system that rolls in our direction by tomorrow afternoon. late tomorrow afternoon into the evening. so mild at 8am63 degrees. 70 degrees mostly cloudy at 4:00 o'clock 75 and here comes some showers and drenching downpours. we'll talk more about those storms. some which could actually be strong tomorrow. a brisk halloween sets up but more 70s are in the seven day forecast. we'll talk about that lots of weather to talk about coming up
in just a little bit. guys? >> all right, mike, thanks. i like 70s. a significant decision from the supreme court for the first time the high court will hear a case addressing trance jent rights. >> fox's garrett tenney is in washington for us with the very latest tonight. >> reporter: this case is significant for several reasons. for one, it marks the first time the supreme court has agreed to take a case addressing transgender rights. it also could set a precedent for school districts across the country including those in more than a dozen officer states where similar lawsuits are already playing out. thus, 17-year-old gavin grim has become the face of transgender students across the country. after the court acted he said in a statement "the only thing i ever asked for was the right to be treated like everyone else. "the high school senior who was born female but identifies as mail sued the glue cost county virginia school board for not allowing him to use the boy's bathroom at his high school n2014 the district created that
policy it now requires students to use the restroom that corresponds with their biological gender. in a statement the chairman of the school board praised the supreme court for agreeing to hear the case. saying quote the board looks forward to explaining to the court that its restroom and locker room policy carefully balances the interests of all students and parents ". aclu which is representing the grim family argues that policy is a violation of federal law specifically title nine which bars schools from discriminating on the basis of gender. the obama administration has made that same argument and instructed school districts across the country to drop such policies. so while on its face this case is about transgender rights, the biggest question the court will answer is in this instance does the federal government have the right to impose its discretionary policies on the states? on friday the eight justices indicated they will hear this case sometime next year which raises the stakes of
the current vacancy on the high court. in washington, i'm garrett tenney, fox news. a big police presence tonight in west oak lane but this gathering was for a fantastic reason. ♪ >> check it out. the philadelphia police department non dee nom asian al mass choir performed their first ever concert tonight. they brought down the house. the cop choir is made up of entirely men and women who serve in blue. they come from all departments, all over the city. >> they sound good. terrified passengers are speaking out after their plane caught fire just before take off yesterday. hear why officials say the cause of that fire is so rare. and autopsy results are in for miami marlins all world pitcher jose fernandez. what investigators say was in his system the night of the tragic boat crash that took his life.
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right wing cracking and melting passenger windows. the federal aviation administration says the boeing 767 experienced a rare uncontained engine failure spewing engine parts into the air. a passenger on board recording as they evacuated the plane on the emergency chutes. >> go, go, go! >> go bleep, go! >> holy bleep! >> oh, my god. oh, my god! >> the 767 was loaded with 43,000 pounds of fuel and it was leaking. 20 passengers an flight attendant experienced minor injuries as they slid down those emergency chutes. passengers hurrying away from the aircraft of course fearful the potential explosion.
>> i was in 31e in the middle section of the plane. we started to take off. we didn't get in the air and the right -- seemed like the right side engine blue. big ball of fire. everybody was professional. the pilot stopped the plane perfect. we all started exiting. it was kind of coordinated chaos but it was unbelievable how we got off that plane. >> reporter: in a separate incident florida's lauderdale hollywood airport a fed ex plane caught fire friday evening while landing. both pilots believe the left landing gear collapsed causing the left wing and fuel tank to catch fire. both pilots escaped without injury. the national transportation safety board is now investigat investigating both airplane incidents. in new york, bryan llenas, fox news. another twist tonight in the bill cosby trial. the comedian is now declaring himself legally blind and won't be able to identify his accuse accusers. his lawyers filed new court
documents with that revelation a couple of days ago. in it they say "no 79-year-old blind man could possibly defend himself against a claim that he sexually assaulted someone he supposedly met once half a century ago" cosby is facing three counts of felony indecent assault all stemming from an alleged incident in 2004 during which a former temple employee says cosby drugged and violated her. more than 50 women have come forward claiming sexual misconduct. there are new developments to night in the shooting death of a four-year-old little girl who we first told you about back in june. a judge has said no to reduced bail or house arrest for the young child's mother. prosecutors say the 26-year-old holmes is a flight risk. she's charged with involuntary manslaughter after her daughter found a handgun on a closet shelf in their north philadelphia home. police say the four-year-old fired that gun as she sat on the floor looking down the barrel. prosecutors say that holmes
changed her story about exactly what happened. defense attorneys call the shooting a tragic accident. her boyfriend is also charged with involuntary manslaughter. well today in mayfair, an inspiring 13-year-old that we first told you about back on tuesday is continuing her efforts to help other people. >> that's right. maddie gabriel had a big collection drive for families in haiti. now, people who were hit hard by hurricane matthew needed help. the seventh grader set up shop at cottman and frankford avenues to collect supplies and raise money for haitians. she accepted clothes, canned goods, toiletries all for people who desperately need that help. and for maddie helping others means whole lot to her. >> it was mazing. a lot of people came. people gave money donations. you don't have to do this for us. thank you. just simple thank you. i can't -- i'm going to be hope just to see those kids smiling and having fun with the new
stuff they're getting. >> maddie also set up a gofundme page. we have a link for you on our website fox29.com. soon all those little ghouls and goblins will be going door to door in search of candy but this year you may be seeing not so many princesses. what costume is this year's favorite among the kids. >> and shocking new details cupping to light about a big time college if the ball progr program. accusations against its players. how many women claimed they were assaulted while the university allegedly just stood by. most people owe the bank.
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♪ a sex assault case, a scandal dating back to 2011 is coming to light at baylor university in texas. the disturbing details are only getting worse. baylor region told the wall street journal that 17 women reported claims of sex assault, domestic assault and gang rapes involving 19 football players. the university is facing several lawsuits from former students who accuse the university of not taking their claims seriously. new details tonight on marlins star pitcher jose fernandez. he was legally drunk and had cocaine in his system at the time of his death. according to the miami dade county medical examiner's office, fernandez blood alcohol level was nearly twice the little limit when he and two friends were killed in a boat crash last month off of the miami beach. officials listed boat crash as the official cause of death. one of the other men on board the boat with fernandez tested
positive for cocaine. it is still not clear who was driving the boat. tonight, tensions remain high in north dakota where people protesting the dakota access pipeline say they're not backing down. since august, more than 400 people have been arrested. crews are constructing the pipeline to transport hundreds of thousands of barrels of crude oil every day from north dakota to illinois. the standing rock soon native american tribe is suing. they want to keep the pipeline from crossing next to their reservation. they claim that it violates native rights, would destroy their sacred sites and affect their water supply. this family was enjoying some pumpkin carving until, well, their little one decided to go for a closer look. the only problem she got her head stuck. how her mom was finally able to free her. >> mike? >> wow! all right. we have mostly cloudy skies on top of us dawn.
that will keep us very mild. however, back out to the west, showers and thunderstorms developing. i'm meteorologist mike masco. we'll get to 75, if not better than that. but then a big chill by monday. we'll have the details coming up. ♪ nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick.
they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.