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we want to get you up to speed about breaking news. police still on that scene of a shooting at 11th and popular in north philadelphia. a man in his 20s was taken to the hospital. in the past few minutes we learn he's in extremely critical condition. count on updates from nbc 10 as soon as we get new information. i apologize to those who have been negatively impacted affected. >> fighting back tears on sentencing day, a state senator chokes up addressing the media after facing a judge in a montgomery county corruption scandal. that was pennsylvania state senator leanna washington. >> she told the judge she's sorry. that judge said it's not him she needs to apologize too. deanna durante there was. what else did the judge have to say? >> reporter: he compared leanna
washington to other state lawmakers who have left office in what he said is disgrace. he said whatever good work she did while in office it will be forgotten because of how she left office. we also learned outside of that courtroom how it is state senator leanna washington is able to keep her state funded pension despite pleading guilty today. >> i apologize to those who have been negatively impacted. >> reporter: at times washington tears up. >> i've always been known to stand up for what i believe in and what is right. however, this resolution with the attorney general's office is the best decision for my constituents, my family, and the people of this commonwealth. >> reporter: state senator leanna washington is now a convicted felon but her deal allows her to avoid jail time and she gets to keep her state funded pension. >> she pled to conflict of
interest which doesn't prohibit her from collecting her pension. theft of services charge, a conviction of that would have prevented her from collecting on her pension. >> reporter: the plea deal has been defended. >> it's important you recognize this is a cooperation plea agreement. >> what kind of cooperation did she give you >> that's part of investigations we don't talk about the nature of our investigations. >> the public may never know if her cooperation ended up with any kind of case, all the public knows is she's not going to jail. >> well the public knows she's a convicted felon and pled guilty to a conflict of interest charge today. >> reporter: again washington was originally charged with conflict of interest and theft. that theft charge dropped in this employee deal. she will begin her 60 month sentence of probation that begins with three months of house arrest and ordered to payback the pennsylvania state senate $200,000 in restitution.
reporting live outside the montgomery county courthouse, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. this just in. in a youtube video released, governor chris christie stands by his clash with a heckler who wasn't happy with the state's response to super storm sandy. >> you want to have the conversation later i'm happy to have it buddy but until that time sit down and shut up. >> christie shouted down that heckler yesterday in an event marking the second anniversary of super storm sandy. storm victims have been frustrated by the slow pay out of storm relief funds. today the governor isn't backing down. >> if somebody is going to stand up and ignore for a while and continue to be rude and talk over me then i'm going to say something. >> many regard christie as a
possible presidential contender for 2016. nbc 10 cydney long is asking political analysts whether the governor's controversial comments could travel with him. stay tuned for her live report ahead on nbc 10 news at 6:00 tonight. leaders from septa and its largest union are meeting face to face trying to prevent a strike that could come as early as monday. two unions are in negotiation. one or both unions could decide to walk out as early as monday and could continue into tuesday which is election day. that could impact voters getting to the polls. nbc 10 is outside of the negotiations. we'll let you know if they made any progress. commuters in the event of a mass transit strike, nbc10.com has everything you need to know. we have assemble ad survival guide. see which lines would be shut down and which would still run.
we also have alternate travel routes. that's right now on nbc10.com. philadelphia city council members unanimously pass ad hate crimes bill today, it fills a gap that isn't covered by state law. the need for the law gave national attention after a gay couple was assaulted in philadelphia. lu ann cahn splins. >> reporter: mayor nutter is expected to sign this bill into law. he has two weeks to do it. most of the people we talked to thought this was a great idea, good move but some wondered why we need this law. >> i kind of feel like that should be a given, this shouldn't have to be a law. >> very feel good, in my mind it's intended to help city council's favorability with a lot of groups in philadelphia but doesn't address the problem. the problem is simply people are attacking people. we should apply the law across the board and equally tomb. >> reporter: whether a feel good
move or not city council members said they had to fill the gap in hate crime law. when a gay couple was assaulted in center city last month prosecutors said they couldn't charge the three suspects with hate crime. council members believe the bill they passed today fixes that problem and covers the city until state fixes its own hate crimes bill. the state supreme court struck gender identity and sexual orientation from the state law in 2008. efforts restore them haven't made it out of committee for a vote. councilman kenny said council couldn't wait for the state to come to its senses. >> you can't do not more. this is a modern world. times are changing. >> reporter: meanwhile state hate crimes bill is expected to be reintroduced in the next session. live in the digital operations certain, lu ann cahn, nbc 10 news. a retired federal judge accused of using his office to run his property management
company will plead guilty. he's accused of directing his judicial secretary to help handle his private business matters. the state attorney general says barry owns and manages more than a dozen properties. the initial complaint was filed in 2007. he retired in 2012. you can feel it outside today. about ten degrees cooler than yesterday. temperatures sadly will drop down again tonight. >> like it or not. sheena parveen is here to tell us what to expect. >> tonight some areas will be in the 30s. a little colder than last night the areas that were in thor 30s or mid-30s this morning, areas north and west will once again be in the 30s tomorrow morning. temperatures are onto chilly side. mid-50s through hearts of lehigh valley. 53 in lancaster. 53 in philadelphia. as we go through the evening we'll be dropping off.
we'll have the clouds around like we do now but staying dry. by 8:00 this evening temperatures around 50 degrees. by 10:00 we should already be in the 40s. it is going to be colder tonight than last night and going into the weekend we have even colder weather in store and that's going dome with rain and wind. we'll take a look arsonist weekend forecast plus your halloween forecast coming up. now to a developing story from wichita, kansas. two people are dead after a small plane slammed into an airport building. twin engine plane lost power and crashed into a flight safety building. two people inside were killed. four others are in the hospital. five are missing. the pilot the only person on the plane, authorities say he reported engine trouble shortly after takeoff. >> he didn't have enough altitude. it happened to him within, by time he applied the power to the time he hit the building less than 30 seconds. >> officials say the plane lost an engine on takeoff and was
attempting to return for an emergency landing when it crashed. police are trying to identify a man that robbed a dunkin' donuts. surveillance cameras captured the suspect walking in. police say as he approached the counter he lifted his jacket showing a handgun in his waist band. he emptied the register and took off. police are looking for the man who stole somebody's u.p.s. delivery. this time outside a home on bancroft street. the thief was wearing a blue aadidda as suit with blue stripes. >> with less than a week until election immigrant rights group wants to make sure every new citizen gets to the polls. the pennsylvania immigration and
citizenship coalition has been reaching out to those who recently got their u.s. citizenship. so far they have registered about 3400 new voters. they also help people find andy poling places and translators. >> the fact that i can be heard, my voice and my opinion has weight in making decision, policies and what happens in this country very important to me. >> the coalition is looking for volunteers to help contact new citizens about the upcoming election. we sat down with both candidates for pennsylvania governor here at nbc 10. coming up at 5:45 we examine their plans for job growth and your taxes. how incumbent republican governor tom corbett and the charlie tom wolf differ. >> there are now ebola concerns in montgomery county. we'll tell you who health officials are keeping a close
eye on now. plus the morning bike ride that has everyone talking. the nurse first quarantined in new jersey, defied state orders in her home state of maine and has touched off a national debate over ebola concerns and individual rights. it happened in the blink of an eye. a high-speed collision between a motorcycle and a deer. caught on tape. we'll tell you what the bike rider says saved his life. here in york, pennsylvania we've built
the largest distributor of kitchen cabinets in the nation. we've got american-made products that are beating out chinese imports. so, i know pennsylvania can be a leader in manufacturing and we can make things again. but we have to invest in education and a skilled workforce today. i'm tom wolf and i have a plan. we can do great things, but we have to think ahead. tom wolf for governor. a fresh start for pennsylvania.
health officials in montgomery county say they are monitoring their first travellers from west african countries. the pair arrived home from liberia on october 28th. neither have any symptoms and are considered to be in the low risk category. both will be monitored daily by the health department until their 21 day incubation period ends. >> a nurse back from treating ebola patients in sierra leone walked out of her door today straight into the ongoing controversy over,000 handle those considered at risk. nbc 10 national correspondent jay gray has the details. >> reporter: out for a morning bike ride, nurse kaci hickox acknowledges she's unsure about the road ahead. >> waiting to hear from state of maine what they want to do. i hope we can continue negotiations. >> reporter: to this point though they have not. >> i'm going to use the legal
provisions to the fullest extent that the law allows me. and i just hope that she recognizes that. >> reporter: maine's governor said that means making sure she stays out of businesses and restaurants and away from close contact with the public. >> we have 1.3 million people to protect. onto one hand i'm trying to protect the entire state but at the same token i don't want her to get hurt either. tempers flare when people get scared and this is not a nice position to be in. >> i'm not afraid. >> the whole curve of the ebola virus. >> reporter: in washington today doctors and lawyers discuss the ebola crisis and the controversy over,000 handle those at risk. >> i don't fault those who feel that a quarantine is necessary because they think they are acting in good faith. i don't think it's based on what we know about the scientific data. >> reporter: finding the balance between the science, public
safety and personal freedom. a task that is not nearly as easy -- >> it's definitely worth it. >> reporter: as riding a bike. jay gray, nbc 10 news. >> former boston mayor thomas menino lost his battle with cancer this morning. a supposed woman said he was in the company of his family and friends when he died. he was diagnosed with advance cancer in february. he was boston's longest steve mayor re-elected four times. the federal government is taking new steps to make sure students can pay off their college loans. the obama administration announced new rules today that apply to for profit colleges. those schools must now prove that graduates don't have loans that exceed 20% of their discretionary income. if schools don't comply they could lose access to federal student aid programs. you have got to see this now. a utah man lucky to be alive
after an encounter with a door. warning, the video you're about to see may be considered too graphic. the man riding his motorcycle on a colorado highway, when a deer jumped into his path. the driver never had a chance to swerve. the man's bike was totalled. the deer is dead. but somehow the guy walked away with only a few bumps and bruises. >> my first thought was oh, a deer then my next thought was i hope i stop tumbling soon. i tumbled for about 30, 60 feet rolling on the concrete. designee says his helmet saved his life. he was wearing a padded jacket and pants. >> unbelievable. after 30 years of testing, we may be one step closer to finally learning the fate of famed aviator amelia earhart all thanks to an organization from chester county. researchers believe they've identified a fragment of her lost plane. the piece of aluminum was found
in 1991. in a coral reef in the south pacific. researchers said they've proven the sheet was a patch of metal put on earhart's plane during a stop in miami. >> scale of one to ten how confident am i that this artifact is the miami patch from earhart's airplane? i'm at 9.8. >> experts at the smithsonian or skeptical. but the team plan another expedition to the pacific. earhart vanished in 1937 during an attempt to fly around the world. >> speaking of travel around the world u.p.s. will spend more money to make sure your christmas gifts are delivered on time. they will hire 95,000 seasonal workers, almost double the number from last christmas. u.p.s. was caught off guard by the high number of online orders made at the last minute. because of that some gifts didn't arrive until after
christmas. this year u.p.s. is expecting an 11% increase. the postal service is planning for the holiday season. they expect 12% to 14% jump in deliveries. most of that will come from amazon which uses the postal service to ship its items. mailmen are expected to deliver 475 million packages during the holiday season. well a cooler day today. we started off with the sunshine. now more clouds in the area. no rain with any of these clouds around now. as we go into tomorrow for your halloween, a chilly halloween for the trick-or-treaters but the rain that should be holding off until we get into the weekend so we do have rain moving in for your saturday. to start off the weekend and we could see those showers early saturday morning. windy, those both saturday and sunday. sunday will be the drier day out of weekend. winds will be around. here's a live look outside.
across philadelphia area we're seeing still nice conditions outside. still cool but we do still have some clouds around. fair weather clouds since we have so much dry weather in place. temperature right now in philadelphia 58 degrees. still on the cooler side especially areas north and west. this is where we have the mid-50s through the lehigh valley. reading and allentown and pottstown. lancaster 55 degree and trenton and south jersey and delaware mid-to-upper 50s. been a cooler day today. northwest in the way of wind out there compared to what we'll be seeing as we go through the weekend. locally we're dry on satellite radar just those clouds around. no rain. the rain is back off to our west. here's the weather system one of them that we'll be watching as we go into the weekend. we'll have two get close. really only one will give us the rain out of it. this one will help drive in the colder air. snow with it. rain with it as well. this is where our cold air is
going to come from as we go into the weekend. much of the northeast is in the 40s and 50s. take a look at these temperatures up in canada. in the 30s and 20s here and this air is going to be moving in as we go into both saturday and sunday, especially when you wake up in the morning. for tonight we'll stay chilly especially as we go into your friday. for the trick-or-treaters kind of a chilly halloween but stay dry. by friday at 10:00 p.m. that's when we see rain offshore. one weather system there. another one back off to the west. we'll be watching both of these friday evening we should be in between the two in a dry slot. no rain for halloween. saturday morning is when we see rain moving in from offshore. windy conditions coming with it through the day saturday. rain chances will stay around. colder day and also stay windy. so that's looking like the weekend forecast. cold, windy but rain coming on saturday. for tonight mostly clear kind of
chilly. mid-30s areas north and west and tomorrow sun moves over to more clouds coming in. pretty chilly still 56 to 59 degrees for the high temperature. going into saturday, we have the rain and wind. for halloween again it looks dry. chilly. temperatures in about the upper 50s. for sunday we set our clocks back one hour. we'll be windy and cold. only stay around 50 degrees both days. waking up to temperatures in the 30s. coming up, meteorologist brittney shipp will have a look at events happening around the area for halloween and have a more detailed halloween forecast. >> only saving grace is we get to set our clocks back. thank you. by this time tomorrow night kids across the region will be suiting up for halloween and hitting the streets but trick or treating fun also comes with increased danger. next some important reminders that parents and kids should hear before putting on that costume and heading out. and speaking of halloween, young ghosts and goblins in one new jersey town have a hidden
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as we head into tomorrow lots of events happening for halloween. if you plan on sticking around center city we have terror behind the walls and that takes place at eastern state penitentary. 51 degrees tomorrow so make sure you bring a jacket. >> brittany, thank you. another cold dave searching. no sign of eric frein. >> a new discovery in the poconos has some residents on edge. doug shimell will explain in just a minute. >> this white board that's right there on your screen cube critical tool in keeping school students and staff safe if violence ever strikes. more than 100 devices are headed to delaware. hear how it works and the tie it has to the middle east. plus all new on nbc 10 news at 6:00 at first glance it was a
afternoon. the victim died just a few minutes ago. police have not arrested anyone or released information about a possible motive. right now at 5:30 new fear about eric frein. there have been no new sightings of the accused state shooter but a discover has one pocono resident concerned. that resident found blood on his property. doug shimell has more from barrett township. >> reporter: state police know eric frein is likely running out of food but did he go after farm animals. >> it was real dark. >> reporter: one day bill said they weren't home and comes back to find a large amount of blood outside his chicken coop. >> it was scary because it was real dark. >> reporter: his house is not far from eric frein's and bill said he wondered about the animal.
>> we got those baby goats inside the barn. >> reporter: easy for someone to go after. >> if he was hungry and looking for food. >> reporter: pennsylvania state police said they are awaiting dna tests to see if it's human blood. >> hopefully just an animal. hopefully it's not him because i mean he's got everybody on edge right now. it's just getting rougher and rougher every day. >> reporter: bill says he has so many animals he is still counting to see if any are missing. and police say they expect to have the results of the dna blood test back in the coming days. in barrett township, i'm doug shimell, nbc 10 news. the philadelphia city council will go back to the drawing board to deal with the future of pgw. on tuesday the council voted to kill the proposed sale of pgw to a private company. at this morning's council meeting members said they will start their own research to help determine what is next for one of the few city owned utilities. the door was left open to sell
pgw in the future. we spoke to the mayor's office after that meeting. it bheeelieves the deal to sellt dead just yet. from our delaware bureau the husband of a state senator up for re-election turns himself into police. dana long is the husband of bethaney long. he's facing a charge of misdeamnor theft. why? long was caught on video in stealing republican campaign signs. nobody answered our knocks on the door at the family home. democrats understand long made a bad decision. >> you have to deal with that, but spouses have to sit home at night and their loved ones get attacked. it's hard for them. it's not acceptable but at the same time i under where the frustration comes from. >> long's republican opponent
said he won't talk about it. john marino said he rather talk issues. it sure feels like fall outside and it will seem more like winter tonight. >> nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen has the chilly details. >> it will feel colder tonight especially areas north and west in the 30s. like last night same areas that will be in the 30s this night too. all those areas still cold as we go through don't hours into tomorrow morning. 58 for temperature right now in philadelphia. north and west temperatures are in the mid-50s. poconos are in the mid-40s. south jersey and delaware in the mid-to-upper 50s as we go through tonight you've noticed the clouds outside we'll have the clouds around but stay dry by 8:00. we're clearing a little bit. temperatures around 50 degrees. by 10:00 tonight already in the upper 40s. a chilly evening for you tonight and another chilly evening tomorrow for the trick-or-treaters then come this weekend we have colder air and rain moving in. i'll show you all the details on
that and your halloween forecast coming pup. >> from our delaware bureau educators hope they never have a gunman come through their school but they are trying out one tool to keep teachers and students safer if one does. in bedford school in new castle getting 121 bullet proof white boards. they look and work like norm jam erase boards but bullet proof. they have handles on the back so teachers can hold them up as a shield and buy some time in an emergency and use them to charge a gunman. >> it can take on the roll of a defensive tool. this tool can help me get from here to that door if the shooter comes through. >> reporter: the hard wire company makes these boards. they cost about $400. the boards. developed after researching the timelines of the sandy hook and virginia tech trajs. hard wire uses similar materials
on u.s. military vehicles in the middle east. two years after hurricane sandy and the new jersey attorney general's office continues to watch for storm recovery scams since the rebuilding began 16 people face charges for committing fraud and filing for relief funds they weren't entitled to. so far this year violation notices went out to 95 registered or noncompliant home improvement businesses. some good news now for some local kids. with the help of some very excited and exciting plans. they were unveiled today for two new green playgrounds in north philadelphia. the school a half acre of asphalt will be converted into a playground for 700 students to enjoy. at the park there will be new basketball courts and a water
spray ground. turning now to this skyforce ten. live news in montgomery county. this is a serious crash in worcester. >> now to decision 2014, next voters in pennsylvania will decide on the state's next governor but before voters head to the polls nbc 10 takes a close look at the candidates and your money. hear their plans for taxes and job growth. parents know all about the dangers of children trick or treating in the dark but nighttime halloween fun now faces another challenge. the call of the wild. how it has some families on high
alert. here's what's coming up tonight on nbc 10 news at 6:00. >> sit down and shut up. >> governor christie loses his cool on protesters fighting for sandy victims waiting for aid. new today nbc 10 gaits where all the money is and whether the protesters figures were
correct. the new app reserving you a parking spot in philadelphia. we're checking in how it works and why one councilman is trying to block it. a possible strike date days away. how will it impact voters turnout come election day. count on nbc 10 news at 6:00.
have you ever wondered what's the best place to go trick or treating. >> there's a real estate website that can help. using data on population dense jirkts home values and walkability, zillow has come up with its to 7. san francisco tops the list followed by l.a., chicago and philadelphia. regardless of where you live if your goal is to bring in a great haul, yummy candy experts say hit the neighborhoods about the best decorations. you'll get the full king size bars. brittney shipp has a look at halloween events across the area. if i want to get scared where do i go. >> i've gone over center city
and suburbs. if you're going down delaware or south jersey. delaware a zombie prom taking place at the kent county public library. a haunted house mansion in rehoboth beach. temperatures in the mid-50s. colder as we head into the rest of the night. as we push into south jersey, night of terror at creamy acres farm and walk of fear that's at bamboo gardens in south hampton. our temperatures pretty similar. going to be cold throughout our entire area much colder than we're used to. mid-50s will bynuby 5:00 p.m. >> a deadly bear attack in new jersey have some families on alert. rutgers student doris was killed last month while hiking in a nature preserve in west milford. the first after fatal bear take in the garden state.
police in the neighboring town of wayne are telling trick-or-treat towers be on the look out. there were more than 100 sightings in wayne. several neighborhoods surround by wooded areas, police there telling families to use common sense and make sure kids stay with adults and trick-or-treat in the daylight if possible. >> we're all concerned but, you know, we'll stick together as a group and we'll persevere. we'll be fine. >> experts also point out bears generally don't like noise and activity so they will probably stay away from larger groups. as decision 2014 ticks closer nbc 10 takes a closer look at the candidates for pennsylvania candidate. here what governor corbett and challenger tom wolf are planning for job growth plus their plans for your tax dollars. all now on nbc 10 at 6:00 a new
in the final days before pennsylvania voters head to the polls governor tom corbett and his democratic challenger tom wolf duke it out. i sat down with both men here at nbc 10 to hear where they stand on pennsylvania's hot button issues. today we focus on how each candidate will impact your wallet. >> mr. wolf has said he'll raise tax and spend more but not tell anybody how much he'll raise it or how much more he'll spend. >> i've been specific on this. i said i want to reduce taxes for the middle class. why that would be translated in some tortured logic into increasing taxes for middle class, i don't know.
>> both candidates acknowledge people in the keystone state have no stomach for higher taxes. >> people get to a point where i can't continue to give more and more known the state. how about if i keep some. . it make a fairer tax system. i want to reduce property taxes. i want to reduce the corporate income tax. >> corbett said his work to save the refineries and build a natural gas industry has boosted the economy. the governor says thanks to his policies the state has thousands of openings. >> 250,000 job openings. if we can find the people to go into those. >> we lost 9600 jobs just in september. that's not what you want to hear. we've had five downgrades from bond rating agencies over the last two years. that's not what you want to hear. >> wolf says the success as a business owner will benefit the
state. he says he'll focus on manufacturing an transportation. >> pennsylvania is blessed with natural resource, coal, gas, hardwood, agricultural and fresh water. we ought to make sure we're investing in things that would actually produce a return on those natural resources. >> corbett believes some pennsylvanians are struggling because of the pressure pensions put on the state's pension. >> it's driving the cost of property tax to go up and driving people to sell their homes and move out of their homes in order to pay their property taxes. >> wolf says pensions are notices attract high quality employees. voters have five more days to decide who they agree with. on monday as we lead up to the election we'll take a look at what role attack ads have played in the governor's race and efforts that candidates are making to get voters to the polls. well a beautiful day today but it was cooler today than it
was yesterday. yesterday we were about 10 degrees warmer than today as we go into tomorrow a chilly end of the week, still chilly halloween especially in the evening for trick-or-treaters. i'll show you the forecast in just a minute on that. rain as we start off the weekend so we do have rain that will move in for your saturday. colder this weekend too and the wind will be here with us also on sunday. we'll be windy also. a windy weekend in the forecast. temperatures north and west through lehigh valley in the mid-50s. 54 in reading. we'll drop close to freezing tonight. 58 degrees in philadelphia, salem mid-50s wilmington. much of south jersey and delaware in the mid-to-upper 50s. here's a live look out center city from the adventure aquarium. some clouds around. nice sunset. staying dry. regardless of the clouds these are fair l clouds. tonight some of those clouds will clear up and temperatures will drop down. areas north and west that got
know the 30s overnight last night you'll be in the 30s again. 35 for the morning low in allentown. freezing in the poconos. 39 for the morning low in trenton. 40 mount holly. doylestown even northtown coming in around 40 degrees. closer to the shore mid-40s. vineland coming in mid-40s. 40 for dover. low 40s for wilmington. philadelphia 43 degrees but some of the surrounding suburbs we could be in thor 30s tomorrow morning. a chilly start to your halloween and a chilly end to your halloween. fair weather clouds. too much dry air in place. rain off to our west and northwest, even some snow and that shows the colder air that will eventually get here for your weekend. in the meantime for tonight and tomorrow we'll stay on the chilly side. this does care over into friday. for halloween chilly but dry. friday night we'll be in between two weather systems one
offshore, one to our west. we expect to stay dry for trick-or-treaters. saturday morning rain will move in. colder temperatures move in. windy. then later part of the day saturday cold air really gets here and especially saturday night and those winds stick around even for sunday. for tonight mostly clear and chilly. 43 for the low. mid-30s north and west. tomorrow sunshine moves over clouds. another chilly day. 56 to 59 degrees. for the trick-or-treaters tomorrow doesn't look too bad. we do stay on the drier side. that's nice as we go through the weekend. as far as saturday is concerned still looks pretty good with the rain around though and colder temperatures that's what makes saturday feel colder. here's your trick-or-treat forecast by 7:00 p.m. low 50s. by 9:00 friday night temperatures will be right around 50 degrees. going into the weekend threw see the rain and wind. temperatures in the low 50s. on sunset your clock back one hour around 50 degrees. we warm up as we go into next
week. vote for the high school blitz game of the week for next friday november 7th. the choices are father judge and st. joseph's prep. or lenape against raincokas. the game with the most votes is featured right here on nbc 10. students in the lehigh valley are fighting back against bullies who roam their halls and classrooms and getting help from the allentown mayor's office. the mayor encouraged students to stand up for victims of bullying. six local schools paid in this conference. the classes came up with ideas combat bullying in their own schools. some will continue duct surveys, others are doing random acts of kindness. a group of students will be mentoring 5 and 6-year-olds.
>> younger students starting in kindergarten, how to respect themselves and respect others so that way when they grow up they change the habit of bullying. >> administrators say the kids know best when it comes combatting bullying. they are the ones dealing with it daily and they know the ins and outs of new social media apps that are used to target victims. we have new information tonight in the deadly shooting of a 6-year-old new jersey boy. >> the gunman, his 4-year-old friend. what happened today in court and who is taking the blame for the deadly gunshot. plus ahead on nbc 10 news at 6:00 it's an app that promises to make it easier to find parking in philadelphia. why is one stipulate leader saying someone could get killed over it. >> it's halloween but some kids won't be celebrating. >> we're talking to parents what they think as police search for a killer in their
neighborhood np >> a look at halloween and the weekend before you head out the door. >> we'll come up with parking plan in case septa workers strike on monday. newspapers speak out. tom corbett has been something of
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that killed the young boy last year. his son fired the deadly shot. brian thompson has more. >> reporter: anthony senatore the son of a policeman never spoke what went wrong last year. his 4-year-old son was playing outside with a neighboring child on the family atv when the young boy went into the house to get one much his father's weapons to add a touch of reality. brandon holt. the 4-year-old didn't know the gun was load. today in court anthony senatore pled guilty to two child endangerment charges not satisfactory to the grandmother. >> because he had 13 guns in the house. they found five or six of them laying every where. loaded. >> reporter: in fact the prosecutor charged a total of five unsecured weapons were found in this house. anthony senatore did not plead guilty to those weapon charges.
his attorney described how anthony senatore heard a noise in the house the night before and took a .2 2 rifle from a secured likes. the two guilty pleas on child endangerment for his own son and brandon and which means three years in prison according to the plea deal came as no surprise. >> i would have been shock if the case proceeded to trial. the served stacked again him. >> family members still visit brandon's tomb stone and on the street we lived the house anthony senatore rented is now for sale while a neighbor tells me -- >> he was the cause of the problem. he got what he deserved. >> brandon's grandmother tells me there's other closure. brandon's mom is pregnant again. though the family plans to move from this house to escape the memories here on mccormick
drive. coming up next on nbc 10 news at 6:00. >> we're monitoring the last minute negotiations as septa workers threaten to strike. straight ahead why other transportation workers are not stepping in to fill the void if there's a service shutdown. >> rain and wind are on the way. it's going to move robby incmikoski time for hallowe-- >> somebody like you don't know what you're talking about except to stand up and show off when
the cameras are here. >> you heard new jersey's governor confronting a protester. who was right? we're digging into claims that money for sandy victims is going unspent. what we found out is next.
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sit down and shut up. >> those are the fighting words that made national headlines. so who was right? and who was
wrong in all of this? tonight we're digging deeper into this confrontation with new jersey's governor. the battle is over federal dollars meant to help victims of hurricane sandy. some activist say new jersey is holding on to that money instead of giving it to those who need it the most. >> governor christie said that's not true. we sent cydney long to find answers and she's been crumpling the numbers all day. what's the truth? >> reporter: i can tell you that
man who raised that sign and raised the question is not that far off. that's because there's still hundreds of millions of dollars sitting in trenton and not yet in the hands of hurricane sandy victims who need at any time most. governor christie did post a response to you tube just this afternoon. campaigning today in new mexico governor christie isn't apologizing. >> it's just another day at the ranch. >> reporter: lashing out at the man that interrupted the governor's press conference on the second anniversary of hurricane sand die wednesday looking for answers about why families looking to rebuild still don't have federal relief dollars in their pocketbook. >> you want to have the conversation later i'm happy to have it buddy. until that time sit down and shut up. >> the guy holding up the sign was raising a perfectly reasonable question. >> reporter: his name james keating a former colm