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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 safety charles leon says 200
kid and teens showed up at pearl theater around 7:00 after gathering was posted on instagram. things then took a turn for the worst. >> later on they started splintering off into different groups. they became violent. started pushing people, and both student, none in student, pushing, hitting that sort of thing. >> reporter: by the end, of it all seven people were a all thed including a temple police officer. that officer was hurt when a 15 year-old suspect of throwing rocks at passing cars threw her on top of her bike. sixteen year-old punched a police horse in the face. police arrested four teens in connection with the assault. >> his daughter is back at school but now forever change. >> she's always tested everybody. not up until now. >> reporter: students tell me this is second friday in a row where these mobs have appeared on campus. they say more need to be done to keep students informed. coming up at 11:00 i will tell what you campus police are doing to step up patrols. we are live from temple university, i'm trang do for
cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> trang, thank you. former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane posted bail in the last few minutes after being taken in custody, in handcuffs late this afternoon. she was sentenced to ten months behind bars for perjury. "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden is live in the courthouse in norristown with the latest on today's developments and breaking developments, joe. >> reporter: jessica, good evening. we will get to those developments concerning kathleen kane's incarceration in just a moment but first judge very certainly telling kane that she under mind the state's entire judicial systems, system of justice. others claimed she ran an office based off of espionage. these are allegations. dramatic scene inside montgomery county courthouse as disgraced attorney general and emotional kathleen kane is placed in handcuffs. >> backup, lets go. >> reporter: out back behind the courthouse a kay the yot i can scene as deputies pushed reporters and cameras back from the prisoner transport
van that kane just boarded on her way to jail. on the front steps of the courthouse kane's brother and sister told me they are fight to go bail her out. >> do you think you will be able to raise bail money. >> we're hoping to do that. >> we have to go. >> do you think she will spend the night there. >> kane event isens ten to 23 months caps a dark chapter for pennsylvania highest law enforcement office, a jury in august convicted scranton native of leaking secret grand jury material to wage war on perceived political enemies. kane lied about it when questioned under oath. beforehanding down her sentence the the judge certainly rebucked kane, saying this was a case about retaliation, and revenge. district attorney kevin steel. >> nobody ace above the law. thinks a chief law enforcement officer of the state. >> reporter: outside meter made slapped this parking ticket on her car month. man who was once hailed a
rising star this is state democratic party, is now being processed in the montgomery county correctional facility. her family, did not want to talk about that. >> we really don't want to talk bit. we just want privacy right now. >> reporter: once again we have learned that kathleen kane's family was, and, post her bail, she has not set free immediately as her operations at the jail, she will have to be processed and then she will be released. now her remaining jail sentence remember that ten to 23 months she is allowed to remain free, while her appeal is underway. live at montgomery county courthouse in norristown, joe holden, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, search is on for suspect who allegedly destroyed a historic center city landmark. this is staircase outside union league of philadelphia. a representative, with the organization, says that a man was spotted on surveillance footage ripping off the brass stair railing around 3:00 o'clock this morning causing those stairs to
collapse. the 151 year-old eight story building was added to the nast historic register in 1979. tonight brings the final of two debates in pennsylvania's u.s. senate race, incumbent senator pat toomey will face off against katie mcginty at temple university's performing averts center. they also debated last week in pittsburgh. latest poll shows this race, it is a dead heat. voters head to the polls in 15 days and you can stay with "eyewitness news" as our coverage continues. we are on with cbs philly.com. continued fighting against opioid epidemic today university of pennsylvania clinicians, faculty and students learn about ways to combat that disease. pennsylvania physician general spoke about the growing epidemic across the state, and according to the doctor approximately ten people a day are dying due to an overdose and the epidemic is affecting all social economic groups but most common among males. in their 30's.
officialness state college say fans celebrating penn state's win over ohio state saturday night, went way too far. out of control fans caused $18,000 in damage to publish property. city officials say fans pulled down five straight let's and damaged three light globes. it didn't stop there they say fans took down about 20 street signs, and stop signs. in word yet on how much damage was done to private property, however, a car was damaged and furniture was set on fire. eagles nation is fired up after yesterday's win against minute so the a eagles defense, their defense showed no mercy on former bird quarterback sammy sleeves bradford. >> nope. >> sports director don bell joins us on what coach pederson is saying today this game was not pretty but outcome was right. >> it will not win award. no beauty pageant awards for this game but a win is a win is a win more evidence that the nfl is week to week league. you can look like a super bowl contender one sunday and play
like a bottom feeder the next. eagles are exhibit a. bird snapped their two game winning streak by slamming sammy bradford and vikings. they sacked him six times. forced four fumbles and snagged a pick. once again the special teams, quite special, thank you. josh hoff in the open field, 98 yards, touchdown return. for offense carson wentz had an off day, but he hook up with dario green beckham for a touchdown pass. eagles win 21-ten. doug pederson on his different play the the last three weeks. >> it just takes a full 60 minutes, game, concentration, focus on your job, do your assignments and come away with these wins. learn how to finish at the end. it is something that, you know, our guys will have to able to do as the season goes on. >> now, they had no problems finishing strong yesterday, you are looking at doug pederson in the locker room after the game.
now coming up later in sports hear exactly what dougie fresh had to say to the guys in those moments right there. >> he looks fired up. >> he is fired up. we will enjoy this for about, another four or five or six hours but then, starting tomorrow, it is dallas week baby. >> yes, it is on. >> it is indeed. >> thanks, buddy, appreciate it. well, students fighting for safety around their schools. >> chanting and holding signs south jersey students rallied to lower the speed limit in school zones. we will tell you what tragic event led to this outpouring of support. plus, up in smoke what sparked this fire that shoots down a busy area brink, katie. much colder air, you can see snow across eastern canada an indication of how chilly and freeze watch has been issued for this week i'll tell
you which night will be coldest and whether we rebound back to milder temperatures all coming up when we come right back. and "cbs evening news" is just a few minutes away. >> scott pelley joins with us a look ahead, scott. >> hi ukee and jessica great to be with you in philadelphia, here's "cbs evening news" tonight. donald trump admitted he might not win the election. while hillary clinton is making a push for democrats in the house and senate. plus why are thousands of soldiers being forced to give back, their enlistment bonuses. phenomenon not seen in decade we will head to cubs country all of that just ahead on the "cbs evening
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. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. 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 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.
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refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
and amtrak is joining airlines in spanning the galaxy, note seven,
amtrak will now allow passengers to board with samsung's galaxy note seven, because of the risk of the device catching fire. the ban applies to amtrak buses, stations, and platforms as well. last week the faa banned the note seven from all commercial flights.
and here is update to a story we first told but yesterday. mechanical issues caused a real world candy vehicle to burst into flames sunday on delaware bridge causing lane closures and also delays. there were no injuries reported. the company confirms it lost more than $50,000 in merchandise. we're being told that the candy was being transported and it did not contain the main ingredient in marijuana. south jersey high school students want to make sure that the tragic death of the class made doesn't even happen again. >> they have launched a campaign to get drivers to slow down in school zones. the as "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan reports, law makers in trenton are listening. >> reporter: it had feeling of the pep rally, yet passion from these burlington city high school students asking drivers to slow down to 25 miles an hour, comes from a source of pain. in may their classmate antoine tippers junior was killed on route 130 footsteps from their
school. >> his lost really is what made us want to do something about it. we wanted to make a change. >> reporter: two weeks ago students started standing outside school with pictures of the antoine and signs asking drivers on route 130 to slow down. they are calling it the 25 save lives campaign. >> save lives. >> it caught the attention of the one local resident with the power to further the student's efforts. the state senator dianne allen came to the high school to make road near schools safer. they include increasing speeding penalties, giving towns more flexibility for lowering speed limits and making 25 miles an hour, the 24/7 speed limit on route 130 near burlington city high school. >> we're going to be naming this the antoine won tippers bill. >> reporter: antoine's dad was overcome by emotion. >> just for everybody to come together and just to do this, in his honor not only for his honor but for community as well, it is just, it just
makes our family feel proud. >> reporter: antoine was killed late at night by man charged with dui and reckless driving so while these measures might not have prevented his death supporters say they raised the standard for safe driving near school. >> if this can save one or two or three lives it will show. >> reporter: senator allen hopes to bring these student up to trenton whenever they are traffic bills come um in commit thee. she wants law make tours see their enthusiasm and resolve for change. in burlington city, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" cleve bryan. is coming to philadelphia to visit childhood home of his mother princess grace. he purchased the east falls home. prince albert told people magazine he bought the six bedroom colonial home for $754,000. the house is where the oscar winning actress accepted a marriage proposal from prince rainer, the third, and prince albert is considering plans for the home that could include a museum space, or offices for the family's foundations. well, dilworth park will
be transformed differently this winter season. sent certificate it i district officials announced the park which is normally ice rink will feast tour america's garden capitol maze. it will be set corner of 15th street next month. project will was made possible by a $300,000 grant from the william penn foundation. kate bilo is joining us now, and, those warm temperatures, last week, and what a difference this week will make. >> this week will feel like ice skating. and it is feeling like late october, and, and, you had to wear that parka under the halloween costume. it doesn't look that chilly on monday. that is good news. >> i had to put my coat, over, you could not even see the costume. >> love you, mom. >> one time i was cleopatra with the red parka. that did not look. >> yes, it did in the look so well. >> that was probably a poor choice, pennsylvania in late october.
>> anyway, it doesn't look like kid will wear parkas but it will be chilly on monday. we will look at that with the seven day forecast. looking outside shows a beautiful shot from our roof cam looking out towards city and we have got a sunset underway right now, blue skies, a few patchy clouds, we are in and out of the clouds at times to take but turned out to be a nice day. the gusty breeze, cool air but seasonal today. that is all changing. uneasenablely chilly air will follow, for the next few days. storm scan three showing some showers, back across portions of new york state, and upstate, pennsylvania, up towards, erie area northwest corn are. these are lake effect rain showers, as that cool air moves over comparatively warmer lake waters. we are seeing showers pop up. probably won't get here but indication that the cooler air starting to move from the north and west. temperatures right now look at how chill any mount pocono, 45 a still. sixty in wilmington. sixty-one in millville. this may be warm other temperatures until sunday.
look at how the cool air lurking just to the north and west. forty's this buffalo. lower 50's for state college. pittsburgh, and 07 in richmond but that will not last much longer as jet stream dives to the south. we tap in the cool canadian air and temperatures below average for next self days. we are right on the average hashing here yesterday and today but we will go below average in the the 50's tomorrow. we have not rebound much until friday when temperatures climb back in the the lower 60's. here's your freeze watch. this is not the tonight the but tomorrow night and early wednesday morning. it does not include philadelphia or surrounding nearby suburbs. should stay in the upper 30's which still will be coal. you will need coat in the morning. north and west and interior south jersey, northern delaware in a freeze watch and that goes again through tomorrow night into wednesday morning. so you'll feel chill in the air tomorrow during the day but real cold is tomorrow night, and any area in the freeze watch that blue shaded area could see lows near or even below 32 degrees. we will hit our generally hit our lows right before
sunlight, so, possibly in about 6:30 or 7:00 on wednesday morning will be coldest point in the week. expect areas of frost and protect any sensitive plants, if you still have plants on your front porch you want to keep alive cover them up or move them inside late tomorrow and into wednesday morning. then we have some rain to talk about. you can see we will start this wednesday afternoon dry, but thursday morning notice some snow on the front edge of this. it is cold enough thursday morning that area off to the north will pick up snow and maybe a sleet mixed in the poke these but for us it will be rain arriving by midday, doesn't look like a total, it is not heavy flooding rain, but it will be on/off rain through thursday afternoon and even into friday morning before you this system departs. much needed rain for our area, we could end up with half inch before things clear out. so we have got chill, then we have got rain, question is how does the weekend look? well, tomorrow looks good, mostly sunny, cooler, breezy, seven day forecast, here's the chill, 57 tomorrow. fifty-four on wednesday. the showers develop on thursday, and friday looks
good, we will gradually clear it out and weekend not too shabby either. chance of showers on saturday. could dodge a few rain drops and a few communities do trick or treat saturday so watch out for. that sunday is milder and it is chilly for halloween monday but it looks dry, and sunny, 55 degrees, so definite the liz could be worse for trick or treaters, hopefully that forecast stays the same as we head toward next week but it is not raining or snowing. >> keep us posted. >> thanks, kate. >> don, up next with sports. >> we are talking about the birds, a massive win for eagles, up next a behind the scenes look at doug pederson's post game speech, we are coming right
i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you. i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that
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trump..." "should a woman be punished for having an abortion?" "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah, there has to be some form." "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion, and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: they're not for you. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. got real dicey there for a couple weeks. eagles, pile up penalty and racked up a couple losses but yesterday, they jumped back in the winner's column by beating only undefeated team left in the nfl, a 21-ten beat down of the vikings. here's doug pederson in the locker room after the the win. >> that is a team effort, all around team effort. i told you last night, little ups and counts, peaks and valleys. this game had it all. the not many time you turn the ball offensively and still win the game. defensively, you got the ball back for us. that is a team effort. special teams, josh hoff, where are you at? >> you know what is ahead of us, now, let's get ready to
go. lead let's get ready to go. nice work, men. >> big win yesterday, up next, dallas on sunday night. also now a big day for safety malcolm jenkins. tonight he hosts his blitz bow ties and bourbon charity event in center city. proceeds will benefit his charity the malcolm jenkins foundation. >> chefs from all around the city come into prepare small plates, makers mark is one of the sponsors who is doing some specialty cocktails and some bourbon tasting. we will have john dorenbos mc the event, you know, some auction items. >> make magic tricks as well. tough day for sixers, nearly five players including temple student deanti christmas. new comer dario saric left practice after taking a shot to the face. he should be ready to play in the season opener against oklahoma it the i, and south philadelphia on wednesday. we need your help in picking the friday football frenzy game of the week.
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. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
well, to survive the perfect storm what will soon be laid to rest at the bottom have of the ocean. u.s. coastguard has announced it wilsonk the 105-foot vessel, tomorow off the coast of new jersey and delaware that ship made famous by the book and film perfect storm and also served in world war two, pulling other boats to safety. it will be used to grow a reeve mere cape may point to draw game fishing and recollect creeksal fisherman to that area. thanks for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00. we are back at ten. we are back here on cbs-3 at 11:00. up next, cbs evening news. could friday's internet sign's tack be just the beginning, we will take a lot at growing concerns. also new guidelines for parents of new borns. pediatricians say infants should sleep in your bedroom for at least a year. scott pelley is in new york.
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100 days. >> we're going to have the biggest tax cuts since ronald reagan. >> pelley: but he has only 15 days left to save his campaign. >> leave here and vote. >> pelley: also tonight, the campaign takes another nasty turn. >> get this, donald: nasty women are tough. nasty women are smart. and nasty women vote. [cheering and applause] >> pelley: why pediatricians now advise sleeping in the same room with your infant for a year. can this bag save passengers from an in-flight fire? and chicago comes down with a fever of 108. >> it's like the number 108 is