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girls living in his feasterville home and today there are now even more charges in the shocking child sexual abuse case. additional charges will delay the start of lee kaplan's trial, good afternoon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. just wrapped up press conference, good afternoon, anita. >> reporter: jim, rahel, lee kaplan just arraigned by a judge at district court, there are now more charges against him. we just learned from investigators that he allegedly sexually assaulted six total victims, the youngers being only eight years old when this alleged abuse began, bucks bucks county district attorney wrapped up press conference moments ago, calling this rain of terror. >> it saddens me, sickens me, this man, obviously, groomed these children for a long time for a very explicit and
horrible purpose. he accomplished his and joke tiff, now weaver to accomplish ours, and that's to bring him to justice. >> now, the da said that had he ahold-over these girls by making them believe that he was a, quote, profit from god, background on the case, kaplan already facing statutory rape other related charges after he allegedly fathered two children with the eldest girl, who was minor at the time, how is now 18. also found ten other young children living in the basement of his home on old street wrote in feasterville back in june, plus another victim in lancaster county, concern neighbor called the child help line after becoming suspicious about the boarded up home where he heard young children were staying and this all began after the girls parent daniel of lancaster county allegedly gifted the eldest child to help them out of financial ruin, once members of the amish community, after much conflict they ended up leaving the church. kaplan's trial was scheduled to begin a week from today,
that has now been delayed with the addition of these new charges, a judge has set his bail at $1 million cash, remains in court custody and the family as well, the parent daniel and savila remain custody on $1 million bail each. that's the lateness feasterville, anita oh,. >> thank you, negotiations continue this noon septa unionized bus, septa workers prepare for strike. could walk off the job and on to the picket line if no grieved reamed before it expires at midnight tonight. tran dough has been following the negotiations and is live in center city where both sites have now returned to the bargaining take, frank, do we know the status every those talks? >> reporter: well, rahel, talks resumed again around 9:30 this morning, here at the sheridan, after hours of negotiations over the weekend resulted in no deal. in the meantime, several city employers are already making plans for a worse case scenario. >> less than 12 hours away from the strike deadline,
septa and transit workers union local 234 officials are still working to hammer out a contract. >> if no deals worked out by midnight some 5700 operators of the city's bus, trolley, l and subway lines, will walk off the job. wages, pension, healthcare are among the major sticking points. >> it would be nice if they could work out their contract and, you know, avoid the strike, going to affect a lot of people. >> regional rail the only public transit available in the city come tuesday morning. >> they will be crowded and it won't be easy for everyone. specially early in the morning, everybody trying to get where they want to go. >> major city employers including ten drexel and the city of philadelphia are planning to provide shuttle service to help employees get to work. mayor jim kenney says for now, he and other elected officials are staying out of it. >> deputy mayor for labor monitoring the situation, and other elected officials also monitoring congressman brady
soon to be congressman evans, we're asking, we can play productive role, we would be happy to do so. >> and, septa does have a service interruption plan that will be put in place if this stick does happen. we have a link on our website cbsphilly.com. also information for parent, what the school district of philadelphia plans to do if this strike does occur. for now live in center city, i'm trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> thanks so much, frank for that update. in other news, eagle fans probably pretty grumpy today after late night lost in the heart of texas. birds blew a chance to beat the cowboys in dallas, prime time. carson wentz's touchdown pass to jordan matthews broke donovan mcnabb's rookie record for touchdown passes but the eagles blew 10th half lead, and cowboys rookie quarterback zach press coat hit jason whitton to win it in over time. eagles lose 29 to 23. angelo cataldi of our sister radio station wip blames the boss.
>> yes, there is no question the person to blame for this lost is the coach, doug pederson, who had done a great job up to this point. and when he got to the biggest game on the biggest stage sunday night football he made one horrible mistake after another and that's what cost them. i mean, he just did so many things wrong in the second half, and truely into over time, that the eagles lost the game they should easily have won. >> it was a tough loss. but we're coming back strong. >> it is just whether you have the game up by ten you should win, that's ridiculous. >> eagles now two games behind the cowboys in the ffc east, they play the giant in north jersey this sunday. hopefully this is a better game. pleasant start to the work week, that's a good sign for tonight's trick-or-treaters. first, halloween forecast with meteorologist, katie fehlinger live on the cbs-3 skydeck, the question on a lot of people's minds today, will the kiddos need a coat tonight? >> i think you want to have at least one extra layer
underneath the costume. being honest, rahel. you have a little hint after breeze, i will say, that since i've got a jacket on, the sun is beating down on my back, it actually feels really comfortable outside right now. but this is not the shorts and t-shirts weather of yet, my friends, these temperatures have dropped off substantially, expecting high no better than the up ear's here today. so quite the far cry from 79 degrees, that we hit yesterday. let's show you what's going on though storm scan, frankly, not a heck of a lot. let's move on. high pressure built in place of that nasty line of storms that rumble through last night. but look at the difference, talking about pretty significant deficit. and noticeable difference from yesterday. you're almost 30 degrees colder, in some of these spots, than it was at high noon as of yesterday. but, when you look at some of the area temperatures, yes, not terrible. you have 52 degrees, we will take that, but do you have a breeze to contends with, especially if you go out toward the shore points, up to the mountains, so since it is coming out of the north and northwest, it is cooler day, noticeably cooler when you factor in the win. daytime high is expected to reach about 58 here, i would
say, by the time the kids are headed out to trick-or-treat, probably around 50 degrees or so. so, yes, that's cool enough to warrant the jacket maybe again extra layer underneath the costume, but regardless it is a nice bright sunny dan a expected to stay nice and quiet later on tonight. we will have much more detail on the rest of your forecast later in the show, guys, back to you. >> thank you, so much, katie. well, as we head into the last full week of campaign 2016, we're now only eight days out from election day. and the latest havements overhill hill's use after private e-mail server continues to dominate headlines. >> correspondent craig boswell at the while house how both the clinton and trump campaigns are responding to the investigation. >> discovery of new emails relating to the investigation of her private server. >> i think that's called the mother load. i they they found them all. >> cbs news has learned the bureau found them on computer shared by clinton's top aide, uma, and her estranged
husband, anthony weiner. weiner is being investigated for allegedly sending sexually explicit texts to an under age girl. >> we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weaner. >> but director comby's letter was made, saying only the bureau doesn't know whether the material is significant or not. >> it is pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. >> it is not yet clear how the discovery will impact voters' decisions but initial indicators are it may not change any minds. cbs news asked voters in key states this weekend, their thoughts and 71% say it won't change their mind or they've already voted. >> there aren't a lot of people kind of squashing between the two candidates and 22 million or so vote have already been cast. >> the clinton campaign is doing all it can to make sure its supporters heads to the polls. >> are any of you going to be distracted.
>> tracker polled shows clinton would lead north carolina, colorado, trump up in arizona. craig boswell, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". cbs news battlegrounds tracker pole was taken before the fbi made its revelation public. vice president joe biden and house minority leader nancy pelosi will be in south philly tonight for fundraising dinner. they will headline the democratic city committee of philadelphia's jefferson jackson autumn event. biden, pelosi keynote speakers, senate committee is hosting the event at the sheet metal workers call on columbus boulevard. >> melania trump will be in suburban philadelphia to campaign on her husband's behalf. manager kelly ann conway tweets: mrs. trump will be in the area on thursday, but no word on where exactly or what time. >> well, coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news": >> flames are bursting out in the middle of the night. see where it is happening, why nearby neighbors had to flee their homes. >> and another earthquake in italy bringing down churches
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>> flames devour a condo complex in oakland, california, forks dollars neighbors out of their home in the middle of the night.
fire grew at three alarms before they could get handle it on it, it doesn't appear anyone was hurt, but unclear what sparked the fire. turning now to overseas, people living in italy central region are really picking up the pieces after of area's
largest flyer in 35 years. >> set don't reports, the geologists say more quakes could be coming. >> drones being used in places to serve the devestation of sunday's powerful quake, in places lands sides closed roads and buildings at risk of collapsing were bull dozed. lives were spared, but his is history lost, as ancient buildings, churches, and the art inside them crumbled. >> geologist tell us these quakes are linked in the size minkly part of the mountains where plates rub against each other with disastrous results >> every hundred of years you may get a repeat of the wages. >> centered, killed 300 people, another set of twin quakes last wednesday, forced resident in muca to be evacuated. part of the school caved in, and buildings, some nearly
1,000 years old were damaged, towns, and evacuation. >> area will likely be rocked by more quakes with schools, churches, and stores closed, few who remain wonder how much longer they can stay, and, how much more their nerves can take. >> local and federal health officials are investigating an infection that's on the rise. >> health reporter stephanie stahl looking into the development that has a preview now of her special reports. >> see it tonight at 11:00. >> deadly infection baffeling doctors, federal health officials have identified seven hot spots around the country, one in suburban philadelphia. >> infection caused by tear ya that's everywhere. mainly, in water, this is in all of our water, all exposed dari when we take a shower.
>> most arteries g, healthy fit people. >> thinking, have you hurt yourself by drinking have the finding tonight at 11:00. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news". >> trick-or-treaters get early start on halloween, with our "eyewitness news". >> special guess, katie? >> and they were so cute. all right, so we start things off here on much cooler note, this week, but looking all the way ahead to the weaning ends (not? it is monday. looking ahead to the weekend already, expecting right now pretty pleasant conditions. sunshine, dry weather, nearing average temperatures, so it means it looks great right now for fall activities. there is a big warm up before we get to the weekend though. we will talk much more about that in your full forecast ri
>> game six, the cubs chris brian woke up, struggling offense with, beat the indian three to two last night at wrigley field, indians could still win the worlds series if they win tomorrow night. the cubs on the other hands need two more wins to win it all, if they do that, that would be the first time since 1908. no big deal, guys. >> nothing at all. >> my good. >> so katie great weather for trick-or-treating. >> absolutely, i would still suggest, you have that sweater under the costumes, worse of any breeze winding down at this point, you have some wrestling leaves, and just erie enough but nice clear sky over hit high pressure locked in place for the next cup many of days, and as a result, the way the pat learn shift looking ahead to another
substantial warm up, if you were very happy about those 70s that we hit yet and the day before, we've got more of it in the forecast for you. >> the fact high pressure building in place it means with nice clear skies generally speaking up bank on sunshine and eventually, warming up nicely, so with high pressure northern hemisphere, typically ends up with very pleasant, very fair weather, that happens tomorrow, as well, we get you back to the low 60s where we belong this time of year tomorrow wednesday look like a gem, cold front on the way will eventually your nerve not just more weather but another drop on the thermometer. warm up until that point then cool off again. >> 52 degrees, at the airport, 39 by comparison in the poconos, much cooler up that way, generally around the board low mid 50's currently,
but at this point, climate prediction center is expecting for the majority of the united states no less, an above average month of november >> looks like this upcoming month will be nice and mild for a lot of us. so, perhaps welcome news to you, not crazy about winter, show you couple of phobias some of you may face. the fire of ice, cryophobia, the fear every wind, ancraophobia. and fear of snow, chionophobia. and then the fear of the cold, chematophobia. fear of winter perhaps you have one of these, again, no snow, no ice, none of that on the way for quite a while. meantime outside we go to whitfield elementary school out in west lawn pennsylvania next-door to reading see some of the fall foliage in the
distance, quiet all be it cool start to the week here quiet as can be, regardless nice afternoon forward in the forecast, specking nice read out. check it out low to mid 70s for the second and third days of november. >> by the time we hit thursday, late in the day next rounds of showers comes along, that noxious back to dose of reality at this. >> already looking at the weekends. looks good to me. you know me. >> monday, looking at saturday. >> it is only monday. there is stuff inbetween there. >> i know. >> and
we will be right back with our morning team getting head start on halloween with a bunch of very cute kids, and also some pets.
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adorable twins dressed as spices, and what's halloween without the cannedy? oh, brought that for our young friends, i had few pieces of as well, all hopped up on sugar. >> i saw you. look at you swiping the m and m's. >> hey, i'm bigger than them. >> you got to get them while the get something getting good. >> so good. some people at home may not realize, spice girls, yes, like the pop stars, but not like -- >> exactly, nutmeg and sage there, cajun on the right, my cousin's daughter abigail dressed as little egg pant there. the little he is ones are the cutest once, right? so tyne. >> i oh, my goodness. couldn't be any cuter. >> that's "eyewitness news" at noon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon for all of us here, thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00. we're always on line at cbsphilly.com. the young and the restless is next. happy halloween! >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
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