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after a day of being grilled on tv shows, investigators turn to question the parents of a boy who the whole country thought floated away in a balloon. a reality star hits back at his former bosses. what jon gosselin's lawyers say about the lawsuit filed against him by the network that made him a celebrity. i've seen everything from a woman's blouse to a purse. >> no shirt, no shoes no education. why an all-male college has implemented a new dress code. hey, thanks for spending part of your saturday here at "hln." i'm natasha curry. a mother and father who thought their son floated away in a
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balloon will face more tough questions. the comment he made on cnn has authorities wondering if the whole thing was a stunt. >> the halloweeneenes on thursday night. >> now i'm starting to get a little ticked off because i'm repetitively asked this. >> getting asked this comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> we did this for a show. >> reporter: also getting a lot of attention but for a different reason. >> i feel like i'm going vomit. >> that's what he was referring to. >> caller: the other hot topic, the family's home video. >> get the tether. >> reporter: it doesn't appear that anyone realizes he's missing or inside the balloon. but this video appears to tell a
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different tale. >> i'm going to sneak inside. >> dad falcon's in there. >> where. >> in the ship. >> he was just here. >> no, he's in there. >> reporter: it came loose around 11:00. and then she called 911. >> they've both been missing for 20 minutes? mm-hmm. >> reporter: 911 was the third call the family made. >> the first call was made to faa and the second call was made to 9 news with the belief they had a helicopter that might be able to assist and then afterwards they called 911. >> reporter: the faa has opened the incident. the sheriff's asked them not to speak with family until authorities have a chance to speak with the heenes again.
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why do they want to talk to them again? that comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> clearly that has raised everybody's level of skepticism again and we feel it incumbent upon us as an agency to go back to the family. >> reporter: erica hill, cnn new york. a governor has joined in the outrage or a justice of the peace who refuses to marry a interracial coupleupouplecouple. louisiana senator marry landrieu calls it a sample of ugly bigotry and says bardwell should resign. meanwhile the woman he refused to maryry is because her boyfriend is black. >> we're not going to tolerate the racism from an elected official.
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>> they did get married after finding another justice of the peace. bardwell would not comment to cnn. the cdc says h1n1 is already causing widespread problems in 41 states but the agency says vaccine production skoming along slower than expected. they were hoping to have 40 million doses of h1n1 vaccine available by the end of this month but manufacturing delays could knock that number down to less than 30 million doses. morehouse college in atlanta is trying something new, a dress code. it forces 11 expectations of students. among those, students can no longer wear baggy pants caps orks hoodies in classrooms, cafeterias, or other places. those who don't follow the restrictions could be placed academic restriction. the dress code is needed for
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some but others they're not sure. >> it's about our young men preparing to be the leaders that they are. >> i understand where they're coming from but at the same time some things are restricting us from being ourselves. >> school officials say the policy was in part by some men wearing women's clothes to class. the father of a missing florida girl has divorced his 17-year-old wife. ronald cummings married misty cummings a month after his daughter disappeared in february. misty is the last person known to have seen hayley. police say they don't believe she's told them everything she knows about the disappearance but they don't believe she's a suspect. check this out. this is where winter arrived early. a nor'easter is dumping rain and snow in new jersey. check out the rough surf here. gusty winds are a concern along
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the coast. farther inland, they're expecting as much as three inches of snow by tonight. pakistan's army has begun an offensive in a lawless region of the country. nearly 30,000 troops have entered the tribal region. pakistani officials estimate about 10,000 militants linked to the taliban or al qaeda operate in that area. the offensive comes from a recent wave of violence in pakistan include a suicide bombing yesterday that killed 13 people. the lawyer for reality tv star jon gosselin is taking a swipe at gosselin's former employer. gosselin is being sued for breach of contract by the network tlc. he was one of the stars on the show "jon & kate plus 8," but the couple is divorcing and he's going to have a smaller role in the show. he called it baseless saying the
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contract was uncon constitutional, unenforceable, and denied him a chance to make a living. some people who are considering elective surgery are looking at having it done outside of the u.s. as a way to save money. now, is that a smart decision? dr. sanjay gupta looks at the pluses and minuses in today's "fit nation" report. >> reporter: it's 10:00 a.m. in san diego and sharon howell is arriving from a flight from atlanta. she's not heading for vacation. she's heading to tijuana for lap band surgery. >> i attempted to have the surgery back in the states and the insurance company made it extremely difficult. >> reporter: so sharon decided to become a medical tourist. >> we all looked up the facility, the physician saw that he was highly credentialed. >> reporter: her experience so far -- >> incredible. >> reporter: and the price tag about $6,000. that's less than a third of the cost in the united states without insurance. >> it's a different economy,
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different cost structure, insurance cost for the facilities, for the doctors. so a bunch of different factors forecast you add them up some up to lower cost, but it does not in any way affect the standards of quality. >> reporter: but there can be risks when seeking care abroad, so says emery university's dr. sweeney. >> the interm is the follow up and continuity of treatment that's going to be difficult to achieve. >> reporter: plus there's the qualifications that the hospitals and the surgeons hold and they should be able to pay out of pocket for the complications that arise once they return home. those who receive treatment abroad often have no recourse. it should be noted just because the hospital is outside of border s borders, doesn't mean it's very bad. >> there's countries outside the united states that do it as we do or better.
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>> reporter: as for sharon, tall costs of travel has been worth the savings. >> i work at a hospital institution. this is very well run. a lot of people like to dress up for halloween but an immigrants' rights groups says a new costume being sold at target is no trick or treat.
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smith's daughter says he saw the model take an i nor muss amount of medications. larry burkehead said she had so many ailments he couldn't remember them all. he testified at a preliminary hearing yesterday. smith's boyfriend and lawyer howard stern is among the three defendants. they're charged with conspiring to give her illegally controlled substances. all three have pleaded not guilty. new york state's mandatory order for health care workers to get flu vaccines is temporarily blocked. last month workers protested the mandate requiring them to get vaccines by november 30th or possibly lose their jobs. the public employees federation is happy with the judge's decision. >> as we've noted all along hef encouraging its members to get vaccinated encourage the
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voluntary vaccination of our members against influenza, however we believe the commissioner overstepped his authority and jurisdiction when he implemented these emergency regulations. >> groups of nurses and teachers were also granted a temporary block against the mandate and the matter is scheduled to go back to court on october 30th. not scary and definitely not funny, that's what an immigrants rights group is saying about this halloween costume being sold on target's website. the illegal alien costume features an extra ter res montreal mask an orange jump suit and a green card. they call this costume distasteful, mean-spirited and ignorant of social stigmas. target says it's removing the costume from its website. check your refrigerator or
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freezer for potentially bad sausages. a california company is recalling more than 1100 pounds of the sausage. they're marketed under the brands vatran and montilbella produced between march and october. they were sent to the market before federal food safety inspectors checked them. so far there are no links related to the items. there is talk that the place is haunted. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> so why would a friendly ghost be lurking around? that's what some ghost hunters want to find out.
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a judge won't throw out a charge against casey anthony. the lawyers wanted first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse charges against her dismissed claiming they were based on circumstantial evidence but the judge said their motion was insufficient end. anthony has pleaded not guilty and says that a babysitter
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kidnapped caylee. the little girl's remains were found last december, months after she was reported missing. people who visited work at a museum in denver swear that they are seeing things. as reported, professional ghost hunters are trying to capture the strange signs and answer some haunting questions. >> reporter: is history all in the past? >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> reporter: or is it still here with us? >> every single person that has volunteered here at the museum has experienced something. >> reporter: something or someone. it was just too weird for one of those volunteers. >> he said i have to go home now because i have to rethink everything i've ever thought about these things. i mean he was clearly shaken up.
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>> reporter: museum executive director lawana larson thinks she knows who is lurking and wants to hear even more from her. >> it's october 2nd 2009 the time is 8:59 p.m. >> reporter: voice recorders in place, cameras rolling a team of paranormal investigators hope children will stir up the spirit of dr. justina ford. >> the doctor gets agitated when children get out of hand. she'll do something, make a noise, knock a picture off the wall or something. >> i thought i saw something move up there. >> you saw something move? what was it? >> it was kind of a picture. >> reporter: pictures aren't the only way they've seen her. >> they always say the same place. always. they'll say, i thought i saw a woman walk across the back room, but when i went in there, you know, she was gone. >> reporter: the first
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african-american female doctor west of the mississippi lived here. >> everyone that she took care of referred to her as their best friend. >> reporter: dr. ford also treated her patients here the many who couldn't get care else where because of discrimination or poverty. >> my wife and i are actually expecting and since she was known for delivering babies we're hoping she gives us good advice. >> we're trying to capture justina's voice. >> will we having a boy or girl? did you have any children of your own. >> reporter: they felt an odd occurrence when they were handling her belongings. >> when they held her glasses, they said they felt this huge wave of naushy. they felt very ill. this enonce they left the room they started to feel better. >> reporter: the official results of the pair normal investigation are still pending.
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even if they can't convince the skeptics they won't dissuade the believers. >> yes, i believe. and not only because i've experienced it you know. it's as simple as that.
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s.c. johnson a family company. after a day of being fwriled on tv shows, investigators turn to question the parents of a boy who the whole country thought floated away in a balloon. a reality star hits back at his former bosses. what jon gosselin's lawyer says about the lawsuit filed against him by the network that made him a celebrity. i've seen -- i've seen everything from a woman's blouse to a purse. >> no shirt no schuhoes, no education. why an ale-mail college has implemented a new dress cold. i'm natasha curry. a mother and father who thought that their son had float aid way in a balloon will face more tough questions from investigators today. erica hill explains how a
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comment a boy made on cnn has authorities wondering if it's a stunt. >> reporter: day two donned with the heenes. telling the story and denying any suggestion that the entire episode was a stunt. >> now i'm getting ticked off because i'm repeatedly getting asked this. >> reporter: because of a comment he made to wolf blitzer. also getting a lot of attention but for a different reason. >> i feel like i'm going to vomit. >> that's what he was referring to. >> reporter: the other hot topic, the family's balloon taking off. >> get the tether. >> i did i did. >> reporter: it doesn't appear anyone realizes falcon is missing or maybe inside the balloon as was initially thought, but this extended home video obtained by "inside edition" appears to tell a
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different tale. >> i'm going to sneak inside. dad, falcon's in there. >> where? >> inside the ship. >> he was just there. >> no, he's in there. >> reporter: the craft came loose around 11:00 f. at around 11:20 the mom called 911. >> they've both been missing for around 0 minutes? >> we've got to get my son. >> reporter: 911 was the first call they made. >> the first call was to faa and the second call was made to 9 news with belief that a helicopter may be able to assist. sometime afterward they called 911. >> reporter: the faa has opened an investigation into the incident and the child protective services has been called. the sheriff has asked that they not speak with the family until the authorities have a chance to speak with the heenes again. why does law enforcement want to
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talk to them again? that comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> clearly that has raised everybody's level of skepticism again and we feel it's incumbent upon us as an agency to go back to the family. >> reporter: erica hill cnn, new york. the governor of louisiana has joined in the outrage over a justice of the peace who refused to marry an interracial couple. he's calling for keith bardwell's immediate dismissal. louisiana senator marir landrieu calls it ugly bigotry and says bardwell should resign. meantime the woman he refused to mair because her fiance is black is speaking out. >> it's over racism and we're not going to tolerate it from an elected official. >> they did get married after finding another justice of the
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peace. bardwell would not comment to cnn. the cdc says that the h1n1 flu is already causing widespread problems in 41 states but the agency says that vaccine production is coming along slower than expected. the cdc was hoping to have 40 million doses of h1n1 vaccine available by the end of this month but manufacturing delays could knock that number down to less than 30 million dosesing. >> morehouse college in atlanta is trying something enough, a dress cold. it enforces 11 expectations of students. among those restrictions, students can no longer wear baggy panltds, baseball caps, doo rags, or hoodies in cafeterias or other places. students who don't follow the restrictions could be placed on academic restriction. officials at the aleil-male college say it's needed but other students say they're not so sure.
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this is about the legacy and preparing our young men to be the leaders they are. >> some things are restricting us from being ourselves. the school officials say it was in part prompted by some men wearing women's clothes to class. the father of a missing florida girl has divorced his 17-year-old wife. he married misty a month after his daughter hayley disappeared in february. misty is the last person known to have seen hayley. police say they don't believe misty has told him everything she knows about hayley's disappearance, but she's not a suspect in the case. check this out. this is in the northeast where winter arrived early this week. in for folk connecticut, you can see the leaves here still changing behind the snowfall and a nor'easter is dumping rain in new jersey. check out the winding. gusty winds are a concern along the coast. farther inland they're expecting
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as much as three inches of snow by tonight. pakistan's army has begun an offensive in a lawless region of the country. nearly 30,000 troops have entered the tribal region. pakistani officials estimate about 10,000 militants linked to the taliban or al qaeda operate in that area. the offensive comes on the heels of a recent wave of violence in pakistan including a suicide bombing yesterday that killed 13 people. the lawyer for reality tv star jon gosselin is taking a swipe at gosselin's former employer. gosselin is being sued for breach of contract by the network tlc. he was one of the stars on the show in "jon & kate plus 8," but the couple are divorcing and hee goengs to have have a smoler role. they call it baseless saying the contract was unenforceable and unconscionable and denied him a chance to make a living. >> a lot of people like to dress
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up for halloween but an immigrants rights group say as new costume being sold at target is no trick or treat.
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the father of anna nicole smith's daughter says that he saw the model take an enormous amount of medications. larry burkehead also said she had so many ailments he could. remember them all. he testified at a preliminary hearing yesterday. smith's boyfriend and lawyer howard k. stern is among the three defendants. they're charged with conspiring
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to illegally gill controlled substances to smith. the other two defendants were smiths physicians. all three have pleaded not guilty. new york state's mandatory order for health care workers to get flu vaccines is temporarily blocked. last month workers protested the mandate requiring them to get vaccines by november 30th or possibly lose their jobs. the public employees federation is happy with the judge's decision. >> as we've noted all along hef encourages its members to get vaccinated. we encourage the voluntary vaccination of our members against influenza, however, we believe that the commissioner overstepped his authority and jurisdiction when he implemented these emergency regulations. >> groups of nurses and teachers were also granted a temporary block against the mandate, and the matter is scheduled to go back to court on october 30th.
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not scary and definitely not funny. that's what an immigrants rights group is saying about this halloween costume being sold on target's website. the illegal alien costume features an extra ter res tral mask and an orange jump suit. they call this costume distasteful, mean-spirited and ignorant of social stigmas. target says it's removing the costume from its website. check your refrigerator or freezer for potentially bad sausages. a california company is recalling more than 1,100 pounds of the sausages. they're being marketed under the vatran and montibella brands and they were produced between march and october. the assorted sausages were distributed to retail stores in california. they were sent to the market before federal food safety inl specters checked them.
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so far there are no reports of any linked illnesses to the recalled items. there is talk that the place is haunted. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> so why would a friendly ghost be lurking around? that's what some ghost hunters want to find out.
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murder charge against casey anthony. anthony's accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter caylee. anthony's lawyers wanted the first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse charges against her dismissed, claiming that they were based on circumstantial evidence. but a judge said that their motion was insufficient. anthony has pleaded not guilty and says that a babysitter kidnapped caylee. the little girl's remains were found last december, months after she was reported missing. an already powerful storm is getting even stronger off mexico's pacific coast. hurricane rick is now a category 4, meaning that it has winds
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near 130 miles per hour. now, it's sitting about 250 miles southwest of acapulco here and there is concerns for landslides and flooding in the city. forecasters expect the storm to remain offshore during the weekend. people who visit and work at a museum in denver swear they are seeing things. as reported professional ghost hunters are trying to capture the strange signs and answer some haunting questions. >> is history all in the past? >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> reporter: or is it still here with us? >> every single person that has volunteered here at the museum has experienced something. >> something or someone. it was just too weird for one of
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those volunteers. >> he said i have to go home now because i have to rethink everything i've ever thought about these things. i mean he was clearly shaken up. >> reporter: museum executive director lawana larson thinks she knows who is lurking and wants to hear even more from her. >> the date is october 2nd 2009. the time is 8:59 p.m. >> reporter: voice recorders in place, cameras rolling, a team of paranormal investigators hope children will stir up the spirit of dr. justina ford. >> the doctor seems to get agitated when kids get out of hand a little bit and she typically will do something, make a noise, knock a picture offer a wall or something. >> and i thought something move up there. >> you saw something move? what was it? >> it was like a -- kind of a picture. >> reporter: pictures aren't the only way visitors say they've seen her. >> and they always say the same place, alsoways.
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well, i thought i saw a woman walk across the back room, but when i went in there, you know, she was gone. >> reporter: the first african-american female doctor west of the mississippi lived here. >> everyone that she took care of referred to her as their best friend. >> reporter: dr. ford also treated her patients here the many who couldn't get help else where because of discrimination or poverty. >> my wife and i are expected and since she was known for delivering babies we're hope she can give good baby advice. >> we're hoping to capture justina ford's voice. >> are we having a boy or a girl? did you have any children of your own. >> reporter: they felt an odd oh kurns when they held any of her belongings. >> the same two women who were mishandling her glasses said they fell a huge wave of nausea.
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they felt just very ill. and once they left the room they started to feel better. >> reporter: the official results of the paranormal investigation are still pending. even if they can't convince the skeptics, they won't dissuade the believers. >> yes i believe. and not only because i've experienced it you know. simple as that. >> again, that was heidi mcguire reporting. the museum is offering haunted house tours on friday and saturday nights during the month of october. people in a california community eevacuated during this week's heavy rain. santa cruz county officials say a mandatory vagueevacuation has been lifted for 50 homes in watsonville. look at this. no one was hurt, but one home was damaged.
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when you think of the u.s. military, the colors that come to mind are red, white, and blue. but the military is also thinking of another color, green. cnn pentagon correspondent barbara starr looks at how thinking green is saving taxpayers lots of green in today's eco-solutions. >> reporter: from u.s. military operations in iraq and afghanistan to jets streaking across the sky to armored vehicles, the word is out. the u.s. military is going green, trying to reduce its carbon bootprint where it can and save as much energy as possible. here's just one example. the navy warship is on an energy diet. the navy's tries to cut its entire energy consumption by 1.7 million btus the ee kwiv lebt of 13 million gallons of gasoline a year. on this ship it all begins down in the engine room. >> it's vegas important to save
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as fuel you burn the more money it kos the government. >> reporter: here all the equipment is checked constantly for leaks and malfunctions. the commanding officer says that's the kind of conservation thinking that extends to all parts of daily ship life there are in dishwashers to deal with the 10000 meals served each day on board. >> the most important thing for this is it uses a lot of weert and energy. we really fine tune it to make sure we get the peak efficiency. >> reporter: speaking of water conservations, 2,600 sailors take what's politely known as a navy shower. >> you get wet. you turn the water off. use the soap and shampoo. turn the water back on on and rinse off. >> for this ship every bit of energy saves adds up.
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>> over the last year we saved 37,000 barrels of oil for a cost savings of just over $3.6 million. >> reporter: nowadays every molecule of steam saved on board this ship is important. when it gets to a war zone it can then go longer and further in the fight. barbara starr, cnn, san diego. >> for more on the green military and other news go to cnn.com/ecosolutions. people in california came together in a major way to prepare for the worst. >> it's just a matter of time before we have a big one. >> see mow millions took part in a historic drill on staying safe during a major earthquake.
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after a day of being grilled on tv shows, investigators turn to question the parents of a boy who the whole country thought floated away in a balloon. a reality star hits back at his former bosses. what jon gosselin's lawyer says about the network that made him a celebrity. >> i've seen everything from a woman's blouse to a purse. >> no shirt, no shoes no education. why an all-male college has implemented a new dress code.
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>> a mother and father who thought their son floated away in a balloon will face more tough questions. how a comment the boy said on cnn has the people wondering if the thing was a stunt. >> day two with the heenes where we left them thursday night. telling their store and denying any suggestion the entire episode was a stunt. >> now i'm starting to get ticked off. i'm repettively getting asked this. >> because of this comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> we did this for a show. >> his appearance this morning also getting a lot of attention but for a different reason. >> i feel lime i'm going to vomit. >> the other hot topic, the family's home video of the balloon taking off.
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it doesn't appear anyone realizes falcon was misses or inside the balloon as initially thought. this extended home video appears to tell a different tale. >> i'm going to sneak inside. >> dad falcon is in there. >> where? >> in that shed. >> he was just here. >> no, he's in there. dl the craft loose around 11:00 a.m. local time. >> they've been both missing for about 20 minutes? >> yes. >> okay. >> oh my god. oh my god my son. >> 911 was the third call the family made. >> if first call was to the faa. the second call to 9 news with the belief they would have a helicopter to assist. sometimes afterwards they called 911. child protective services
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has been called. the sheriff today said he's asked them not to speak with the family until authorities have had a chance to interview them again. why does law enforcement want to talk to them again? that comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> it's raised everybody's level of skepticism again. we feel it's incumbent upon us as an agentcy to go back to the female. >> erica hill cnn new york. the governor of louisiana has joined in the outrage oef a justice of the who refused to marry. they say it's a clear violation of state and federal louisiana. louisiana senator mary landrieu says that bardwell should resign. the woman who he refused to marry because her fiancee is black is speaking out. >> it's over racism. we are used to the closet
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racism. we're not going to tolerate the overt racism from an elected official. >> beth and her fiance did get married after finding another justice of the peace. bardwell would not comment to cnn. the h1n1 flu is already causing widespread problems in 41 states. the agency says vaccine production is coming along slower than expected. they were hoping to have 40 million doses of h1n1 vaccine available by the end of this month. but manufacturing delays could not that can number down to less than 30 million doses. morehouse college in atlanta is trying something new. they force 11 expectations of students. that can no longer wear baggy papts, baseball cap or hoodies in classrooms t cafeteria or other places.
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students that don't follow the criteria could be placed on restriction. they say the dress code is needed. some students are not so sure. >> this is about the legacy and tradition. and about our young men preparing themselveses to be the leaders that they are. >> i can understand where they're coming from. some things are restriscting us from being ourselves. an already powerful storm is getting even stronger off mexico's pacific coast. hurricane rick is now a category 4. it's sitting 250 miles sout west here. there's concern that heavy rain could trigger landslides and flooding. forecasters say the storm is expected to remain offshore during the weekend. the father of a missing
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florida girl has divorced his 17-year-old wife. ronald cummings married misty a month after his daughter disappeared in february. misty is the last person to see haleigh. police say they don't think misty has told them everything they know. >> check your freezer for potentially bad sausages. a california company is recalling more than 1,100 pounds of the sausage. the company sent the meat the the market before federal food safety eninspectors checked them. so far no reports of illnesses linked to them. this is in the northeast where winter arrived early. in norfolk connecticut, you see the leaves changing.
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a nor'easter is dumping rain in jersey. farther inland they're expecting as much as three inches of snow by tonight. the lawyer for jon gosselin is taking a swipe at gosselin's former employer. gosselin is being sued finish breach of contract. the couple is divorcing and he'll have a smaller role in the show. gosselin lawyer calls tlc's suit baseless saying the contract was unenforceable and unconsciousable and denied him a chance to make a living. an immigrant's rights group says a new costume being sold at target is no trick or treat.
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the father of anna nicole smith's daughter says he saw the model take an enormous amount of medications. she had so many ailments he couldn't remember them all. smith's boyfriend and lawyer is among the three defendants. they're charged with conspireing to illegally give controlled substances to smith. the other two defendants were smith's physicians. all three have pleaded not guilty. new york state's mandatory order to get flu vaccines is temporarily blocked. last month workers protested the mandate requiring them to get
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vaccines by november 30th or possibly lose their jobs. as we've fwhoetnoted all along we encourage our members to get the vaccine. we believe the commissioner overstepped his authority and jurisdiction when he implemented these emergency regulations. >> groups of nurses and teachers were granted a temporary block against the mandate. the matter is scheduled to go back to court on october 30th. not scary and definitely not funny. that's what an immigrants' rights group is saying about this halloween costume being sold on the website. it features a mask, an orange jumpsuit with illegal alienin on it and a green card accessory.
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the coalition for human imgrantds rights of los angeles calls it distasteful mean spirit and ignorant of social stigmas. target is removing the costume from its website. good morning. the yankees throw a lot of money at superstars. they signed cc sabathia to the biggest contract every for a pitcher. he was worth every penny in game one of the american league championship series last night. the yankees trying to win a world series in their first season. they also won a title in their first year at the old one. angels defense far from heavenly. this should end the inning. communication breakdown. that allows a run to score. 2-0, yankees. you can't do that against sabathia. 4- 4 4-1 the final. you mix celebrities and
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trivia. this week kareem jabbar was on "jeopardy celebrity." >> tell your old man to drag this 70s ucla and trail blazer center and lanier up and down the court kareem? >> who is kareem abdul-jabbar. >> no. you're the one who delivered the line. it was about bill walton. >> oh! >> embarrassing moments on jeopardy. >> i love that. kareem actually did very well. jonathan borentstein headed in this goal in the final seconds on wednesday to tie costa rica. in honduras they partied in the streets. now the president is invitinge inginge inging borentstein to the country to officially congratulate him. great stuff.
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mpblt. it's not just visitors moving about a museum in denver. the there's talk the place is haunted. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was call and peaceful. >> why would a friendly ghost be lurking around?
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anthony is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter caylee. anthony's lawyers wanted the aggravated murder dismissed claiming they were based evidence. they say a babysilter kidnapped caylee. the little girl's remains were found last december.
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months after she was reported missing. people who visited work at a museum in denver swear they are seeing things. professional ghost hunters are trying to answer some haunting questions. >> reporter: is history all in the past. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> reporter: or is it still here with us? >> every single person that has volunteered here at the museum has experienced something. >> reporter: something or someone. he said i have to go home now. i have to rethink everything i've ever thought about these things. he was clearly shaken up.
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>> she thinks she knows who she is hearing. >> voice recorders in place, cameras rolling. a team of paranormal investigators hope children will stir up the spirits. >> the doctor seems to get agitated when kids get out of hand. she will do something, make a noise, knock a picture off the wall or something. >> i saw something move upstairs. >> you saw something move? what was it? >> it was like kind of a picture. pictures aren't the only way visitors say they've seen here. >> they always say the same place. always. i thought i saw a woman walk across the back room. when i went in there she was gone. >> the first african-american female doctor lived here. >> everyone that she took care
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of referred to her as their best friend. >> my wife and i are expecting. we're hoping she'll give us good baby advice. we're trying to capture her voice. >> do you know if we'll have a boy or a girl? >> the ghost hunters reported an odd occurrence when they held dr. ford's belongings. >> the same two women mishandling her glasses said they felt a huge wave of nausea. they felt very ill. once they left the room, they started to feel better. >> the official results of the paranormal investigation are pending still. even if they can't convince the
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squeptices they skeptics they won't dissuade the believers. >> i believe because i've experienced it. >> that was heidi mcguire reporting. the museum o offering haunted house tours during the month of october. hotlanta or the atl, tlabtatlanta is one of the hottist cities of the south. now on my city my secret. >> my name is keila. my city is atlanta. i'm going to show you some of my best kwept secrets. this is the atlanta cupcake factory. if best cup cakes in town. it's small but it's cute. i love the decor. it's a great atmosphere. not well known yet. thes the it's going to get on the the map quickly. we are at agatha's, a taste of
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mystery. you come in and eat. there's a mystery at the same time. there's people with speaking roles. people will join in. it's a lot of fun. thls anice. it's a french restaurant. >> this tucked in bucket is part of atlanta. it's on a residential street with old converted houses that are now businesses. the bar area is dark and quaint. you'll see a lot of locals and regulars that hang out there. >> go to ireport.com. people in california came together in a big way. #. >> it's just a matter of time.
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>> historic drill on staying safe during a major earthquake.
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who the whole opportunity thought floated away in a balloon. what jon gosselin lawyers says about the lawsuit filed against him by the network that made him a celebrity. >> i've seen -- i've seen everything from a woman's blouse to a purse. >> no shirt, no shoes, no education. why an all-male college has implemented a new dress code. a mother and father who thought their son floated away in a balloon will face more tough questions. how a comment the boy made on cnn has authorities wondering if the thing was a stunt. day two dawned with the heenes where we left them thursday night. denying any suggestion the entire episode was a stunt. >> now i'm starting to get a little ticked off.
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i'm repetitively asked this. >> we did for a show. >> also getting a lot of attention but for a different reason. >> i feel like i'm going to vomit. the other hot topic, the family's home video of the balloon taking off. this extended home video appears to tell a different tale. >> i'm going to sneak inside. >> dad falcon is in there. >> where? >> in that shed. >> he was just here. >> no, he's in there. >> the craft came loose around 11:00 a.m. local time. at 11:22 naomi heene called 911. both have been missing for about 20 minutes?
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>> yeah. >> 911 was the third call they made. the first call too faa. the second call to 9 news with the betleef they had a helicopter that could assist. sometime afterwards they called 911. >> they have opened an investigation into the incident. child protective services has been called. though the sheriff today said he's asked them not to speak with the family until authorities have had a chance to interview the heenes again. why does law enforcement want to talk to them again? # that comment to wolf blitzer last nigh. >> clearly it's raised everybody's level of skepticism again. we feel it's important for us as an agency to go back to the family. >> erica hill, cnn new york. the governor of louisiana has joined in the skbrout rage over of a justice of the peace
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who refused to marry an interracial couple. bobby jindal says this is a clear violation of the state and federal law. she says he should resign. the woman wh he refused to marry because her fiance is black is speaking out. >> it's over racism. we are used to the closet racism. we are not -- we're not going to tolerate the overt racism from an elected official. >> beth and her fiance did get married after finding another justice of the peace. bardwell would not comment to cnn. the cdc says the h1n1 flu is causing widespread problems in 41 states. the agency says vaccine production is coming along slower than expected.
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a college in atlanta is trying something new. the new policy enforces 11 expectations to students. students can no longer wear baggy pants, baseball caps or hoodies in classrooms the cafeteria or other places. student who is don't follow the criteria could be placed oon academic restrirks. they say the dress code is needed but some students are not so sure sflchlt this is about the legacy. about the tradition. and about our young men preparing themselves to be the leaders that they are. >> i can understand where they're coming from. at the same time, some things are restricting us from being ourselves. >> school officials say the policy was in part prompted by men wearing women's clothes to class. an already powerful storm is getting stronger off mexico's
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pacific coast. hurricane rick is now a category 4. winds near 130 miles per hour. forecasters say the storm is expected to remain offshore during the weekend. >> the father of a missing florida girl has divorced his 17-year-old wife. ronald cummings married misty croslin a month after his daughter disappeared. a california company is recalling more than 1100 pounds of bad sausages. they're being marketed around
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vatran and montibella brands. they were distributed to retail stores in california. the company sent the meat to the market before federal food and safety inspectors checked them. further inland they're expecting up to three inches of snow by tonight. now let's get the latest. >> you're talking rick. rick is amar jor hurricane as we speak. winds around 35 miles per hour.
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gusts going up to 160. what we anticipate with the storm is it's going to get closer to this the baja. should make landfall with winds around 90 miles per hour. some good news. for the rest of the nation a chance of snowfall across pennsylvania and portions of new york. could see anywhere from two to four inches of snow in the highest elevation. that will give you dry and warm conditions. rain from north of san francisco up to seattle. now in terms of your temperatures today. take a look at this. as we take a look at parts of the northeast, especially to boston and fooi 44 in washington. 52 in washington.
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99 for vegas. 101 in phoenix. the temperatures in new england, also look out for the possibility of seeing heavy rainfall at times. of course, the snowfall we pensioned back in part to the highest elevations of the northeast. that's a look at your forecast. i'm reynolds wolf. pakistan's army has begun an offensive. nearly 30,000 troops have entered the tribal region of waziristan. the offensive comes on the heels for a recent wave of violence in pakistan. including a suicide bombing yesterday that killed 13 preem. the lawyer for jon gosselin is taking a swipe at gosselin's former employer. gosselin is being sued for breach of contract by the network tlc. he was one of the stars on the show "jon & kate plus 8." but the couple is divorcing and he's going to have a smaller role in the show.
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his lawyer called the suit baseless saying his contract was unenforceable and unconscionable. a lot of people like to dress up for halloween. but a new costume being sold at target is causing the
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he testified at a preliminarying hearing yesterday. smith's boyfriend and lawyer is among the three defendants. they're charged with conspireing
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to illegally give controlled substances to smith. the other two defendants were smith's physicians. all three have pleaded not guilty. a new york state's mandatory order for health care workers to get flu vaccines is temporarily blocked. last month workers protested the mandate requiring them to get vaccines by november 30th or possibly lose their job. >> as we've noted all along we encourage members to get vaccinated. we encourage the voluntary vaccination of nebraskas against the influenza. we believe the commissioner overstepped his authority of jurisdiction when he implemented these emergency regulations.
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not scary and not funny. that's what a gluproup is saying about this costume. the coalition for human immigrant rights of los angeles calls it distasteful, mean spirited and ignorant of social stigmas. good morning for hln sports. i'm jeff fischel. mike tyson biting his ear. he's all forgiven now? just one person could referee the reeunion. tyson called him a beautiful guy. he admitted when he was a little kid he would bite his brothers when they got into fights.
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oprah asked him how his ear is now? >> are you missing part of your ear? >> just a little bit. >> how badly did it hurt at the time? >> it was just shocking. it wasn't as bad as they made it out to be. >> they're all getting along. this throw allows a tying run to score. a few batters later he's walked with the basesed loaded. they pull it out 2-1. game a piece. on his twitter account he said don't fine lewis. he said it was a clean hit.
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ochocinco doing his part to help fans. they won't show a team's home game until their hometown unless it's a sellout. so they are buying up all the leftover tickets for the game and plan to give them away at the stadium. not just visitors moving about at a museum in denver. there's talk the place is haunted. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> so why would a friendly ghost be lurking around?
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anthony is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter caylee. anthony's lawyers wanted the first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse charges against her dismissed claiming they were based on circumstance evidence. anthony has pleaded not guilty and said a babysitter kidnapped caylee. the guilt girl's remains were
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found last december, months after she was reported missing. people who visited work at a museum in denver say they are seeing things. profession that will gust hunters is trying to capture the strange signs and answer some hauning questions. >> reporter: is history all in the past? >> it wasn't achb evil feeling. it was calm and peaceful. >> or is it still here with us? >> every person who has volunteered here has experienced something. >> something or someone. it was too weird for one volunteer. >> he said i have to go home now. i have to rethink everything i've ever thought about these things. he was clearly shaken up.
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>> reporter: she thinks she knows who is lurking and wants to hear more from her. voice rofrderecorders in place, cameras rolling, they hope children will stir up the spirit of dr. justina ford. >> she seems to get age dated when kids will get out of hand. she will typically do something, make a noise, knock a picture off the wall. >> i saw something move upstairs. >> what was it? >> it was kind of a picture. >> pictures aren't the only way visitors say they've seen her. >> they always say the same the same place. always. they'll say, i thought i saw a woman walk across the back room, but when i went in there, you know, she was gone. >> reporter: the first african-american female doctor west of the mississippi lived
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here. >> everyone that she took care of referred to her as their best friend. >> reporter: dr. ford also treated her patients here, the many who couldn't get care else where because of discrimination or poverty. >> my wife and i are actually expecting and since she was known for delivering babies, we're hoping she gives us good advice. >> we're trying to capture justina's voice. >> will we having a boy or girl? did you have any children of your own? >> reporter: they felt an odd occurrence when they were handling her belongings. >> the same two women that were mishandling her glasses, they said they felt this huge wave of nausea. they felt very ill. then once they left the room they started to feel better. >> reporter: the official results of the pair normal investigation are still pending. even if they can't convince the skeptics, they won't dissuade the believers. >> yes, i believe. and not only because i've
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experienced it, you know. it's as simple as that. >> that was heidi mcguire reporting. the museum is offering tours friday and saturday nights during the month of october. people in california came together in a major way to prepare for the worst. >> it's just a matter of time before we have a big one. >> see how millions took part in a historic drill on staying safe during a major earthquake.
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afterp after a day of being grilled onp on tv shows, investigators turned to question the parents
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ofp of a boy the whole country thoughtp thought floated away in a balloon. p a a reality star hits back at former bosses. whatp what jonwhat jon gosselin's lawyer says aboutabout the lawsuit filed by him againstp against the network that made him a celebrity. i've seen everything from a woman's blouse to a purse. >>r >> no shirt, no shoes no education. why an all male college has implemented a new dress code. >> thanks for spending part of your saturday with us on hln. i'm natasha curry. a mother and father that thought their son floated away in a balloon will face tough questions today. erika explains how a comment the boy made on hln has authorities wondering if the whole thing was a stunt. >> good morning. >> day two with the heenes where we left them thursday night on tv telling their story and denying any suggestion the entire episode was a stunt. >> now i'm repetitively getting
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asked this. >> getting asked repeatedly because of this comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> we did this for a show. >> and this morning also getting a lot of attention but for a different reason. >> i feel like i'm going to vomit. >> the other hot topic the family's home video of the balloon taking off. >> it doesn't appear anyone realizes falcon is missing or maybe inside the balloon as initially thought. but this extended home video obtained by inside edition appears to tell a different tell. >> i'm going to sneak inside. >> he's in there. >> where? >> in the ship. >> he was just here. >> no he's in there. >> the craft came loose 11:00 a.m. local time. at 11:22 make 22 mayumi called 911.
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911 was the third call the family made. >> the first call was to the faa. the second call was made to 9 news with the belief that they had a helicopter that might be able to assist. and sometime afterwards they called 911. >> the faa has opened an investigation into the incident and child protective services has been called, though the sheriff today said he's asked them not to speak with the family until authorities have had a chance to interview the heenes again. so why does law enforcement want to talk to them again? that comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> clearly that has raised everybody's level of scepticism again. we feel it's incumbent on us as an agency to go back to the family. >> erika hill cnn, new york. the governor of louisiana has joined in the outrage over a justice of the peace who refused
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to marry an interracial couple. he's calling for keith bardwell's immediate dismissal. bobby jindal says this is a clear violation of state and federal law. louisiana senator calls it bigotry and says he should resign. the woman he refused to marry because her fiance is black is speaking out. >> it's overt. we're used to closet racism, but we're not going to col rate the overt racism from an elected official. >> beth humphrey and her fiance did get married after finding another justice of the peace. bardwell would not comment to cnn. the cdc said h1n1 flu is causing widespread problems in 41 states. but the agency says vaccine production is coming along slower than expected. cdc was expecting 40 million
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available by the end of this month but manufacturing delays could knock that number down to less than 30 million doses. moorehouse college in atlanta is trying something new, a dress code. the new policy forces expectations of students. along the restrictionses, no baggy pants, baseball caps hoodies in the classroom, cafeteria or other places. students that don't follow the restrictions could be placed on academic restriction. officials at the all male college said the dress code is needed. some students, they are not so sure. >> this is again about the moorehouse legacy, the moorehouse tradition and young men preparing themselves to be the leaders they are. >> understand where it's coming from but at the same time some things are restricting us from being ourselves. >> the policy was in part because of some men wearing women's clothes to class. an already powerful storm is
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getting stronger after mexico's pacific coast. hurricane rick is now a category four meaning it has winds near 130 miles per hour. sitting about 250 miles southwest of acupulco here and there is concern that heavy rain could trigger landslides and flooding in the resort city. forecasters said the storm is expected to remain offshore during the weekend. the father of a missing florida girl has divorced his 17-year-old wife. ronald cummings married misty croslin a month after his daughter haley was missing in february. misty was the last person that saw haley. they don't feel she has told everything she knows about the disappearance but she is not a suspect in the case. check your refrigerator for potentially bad sausages. a california company is recalling 1100 pounds of the sausages. they are marketed under vatran
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and montibella brands and produced between march and october. the assorted sausages were distributed into retail stores in california. the company sent the meat to market before federal food safety inspectors checked them. so far there are no reports of any illness linked to the recalled items. check this out winter arrived early in north connecticut. you see the leaves changing behind the snowfall. a nor'easter with rain and snow in new jersey. check out the rough surf. farther inland they are expecting as much as three inches of snow by tonight. some of you dealing with some wild weekend weather including snow. and in other spots people deal with a hurricane. let's check in with meteorologist reynolds wolf for the latest. reynolds. >> you're talking about rick and rick is a major hurricane. the latest we have from that particular storm winds around 135 miles an hour but gusts up
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to 160. what we anticipate with that storm it's going to get much closer to the baja in coming days. thursday should make landfall along the baja of california with winds around 90 miles per hour. not california as in the united states, still in mexico, not expected to affect the u.s. mainland for the time being. that is some good news. meanwhile for the rest of the nation, a chance of snowfall across parts of pennsylvania, even into portions of new york. could see anywhere from two to four inches of snow in the highest elevations. in the valleys rainfall. mostly cool in the southeast with splash and dash showers. high pressure in the midsection which will give you dry conditions and warm in the desert southwest. look for rain north of san francisco to salgs. in terms of your temperature today, take a look at this. as we take a look at parts of the northeast especially into boston, new york, highs in the 40s, 44 in washington, 52 in atlanta, 74 in tampa, 85 in miami, 90 degrees for las vegas.
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101 in phoenix. with those temperatures you're seeing in parts of new england, temperatures in the 40s, look out for the possibility of seeing heavy rainfall at times and of course the snowfall mentioned parts of the highest elevations of the northeast. that's a look at your forecast. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. pakistan's army has begun an offensive in a lawless region of the country. 30,000 troops entered tribal region of waziristan. officials suspect 10,000 militants linked to the taliban operate in that area. offensive comes on the heels of a recent wave of violence in pakistan including a suicide bomb that killed 13 people. the lawyer for reality tv star jon gosselin is taking a swipe at the former employer. he was a star of the show "jon &
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kate plus eight." the couple are divorcing and he'll have a smaller show. they say his lawsuit was baseless his contract was unenforceable and unconscionable and allowed him a chance to make a living. a lot of people like to dress up for halloween. an in dprants rights group say a new costume sold at target is no trick or treat.
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the father of anna nicole smith's daughter said he saw the model take an enormous amount of medications. larry birk head also said she had so many ailments he couldn't remember them all. he testified at a preliminary hearing yesterday. smith's boyfriend and lawyer howard k. stern is among the three defendants. they are charged with conspiring to illegally give controlled substances to smith. the other two defendants were smith's physicians. last month workers protested a mandate requiring them to get vaccines by november 30th or possibly lose their jobs. the public employees federation is happy with the judge's
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decision. >> as we've noted all along encourages members to get vaccinated. we encourage voluntary vaccination against influenza. however, we believe the commissioner overstepped his authority jurisdiction when he implemented these emergency regulations. >> groups of nurses and teachers were also granted a temporary lock against the mandate and the matter is scheduled to go back to court on october 30th. not scary and definitely not funny, that's what an immigrants rights group is saying about this costume sold on target's website. the illegal alien costume features an extraterrestrial mask, orange jumpsuit with illegal alien written on it and a green card accessory. coalition for human rights of los angeles calls it distasteful, mean-spirited and ignorant of social stigmas. target says it's removing the
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costume from its website. the number of failed banks in the u.s. has almost hit triple digits. federal regulators shut down a california-based bank friday. it is the 99th bank to fail this year. its five branches will reopen monday under a different name. . not just visitors moving about at a museum in denver, there is talk the place was haunted. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was calm and peaceful. >> why would a friendly ghost be lurking around? that's what ghost hunters want to find out.
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a judge won't throw out a murder charge against casey anthony. anthony is accused of killing her two-year-old daughter kay lee. anthony's lawyers wanted first degree murder and aggravated
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child abuse charges against her dismissed claiming they were based on circumstantial evidence. but a judge said their motion was insufficient. anthony has pleaded not guilty and says a babysitter kidnapped her. her remains were found months after she was reported missing. people who visit a museum swear they are seeing things. professional ghost hunters are trying to capture strange signs and answer some haunting questions. >> is history all in the past. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> or is it till here with us? >> every single person who has
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volunteered at the museum has experienced something. >> something or someone. it was just too weird for one of those volunteers. >> he said i have to go home now. i have to rethink everything i've thought about these things. he was clearly shook up. >> museum director thinks she knows who is lurking and wants to hear for from her. >> time is 9:50 a.m. >> voice recorders in place, cameras rolling. a team of paranormal investigators hope children will stir up the spirit of dr. justina ford. >> the doctor seems to get agitated when kids get out of hand a little bit. she typically will do something, make a noise knock a picture off the wall or something. >> i thought something moved up there. >> you saw something move? what was it? >> it was kind of a picture. >> pictures aren't the only way visitors say they see her. >> they always say the same
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place. always. they'll say, i thought i saw a woman walk across the back room, but when i went in there, you know, she was gone. >> reporter: the first african-american female doctor west of the mississippi lived here. >> everyone that she took care of referred to her as their best friend. >> reporter: dr. ford also treated her patients here, the many who couldn't get care else where because of discrimination or poverty. >> my wife and i are actually expecting and since she was known for delivering babies, and being a great doctor we're hoping she gives us good advice. >> we're trying to capture justina's voice. >> do you know if we'll have a boy or a girl? did you have any children of your own? >> reporter: the ghost hunters reported an odd occurrence when they were handling her belongings. >> the same two women that were mishandling her glasses, they said they felt this huge wave of nausea. they felt very ill.
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then once they left the room they started to feel better. >> reporter: the official results of the paranormal investigation are still pending. even if they can't convince the skeptics, they won't dissuade the believers. >> yes, i believe. and not only because i've experienced it, you know. it's as simple as that. >> that was heidi mcguire reporting. the museum is offering tours friday and saturday nights during the month of october. people in a california community evacuated during this week's heavy rain will be able to enjoy the weekend back at home. santa cruz county officials say a mandatory evacuation has been lifted for 50 homes near watsonville. now, residents were told to leave on tuesday when rain caused a mudslide in the area. look at this. no one was hurt but one home was damaged. people in california came
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together in a major way to prepare for the worst. >> it's just a matter of time before we have a big one. >> see how millions took part in a historic drill on staying safe during a major earthquake.
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after a day of being grilled on tv shows, investigators turned to question the parents of a boy who the whole country
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thought floated away in a balloon. a reality star hit back at his former bosses. what jon gosselin's lawyer says about the lawsuit filed against them. >> i've seen everything from a woman's plows to a purse. >> no shirt, no shoes, no education. why an all male college implement add new dress code. thanks nor spending time with hln. i'm natasha curry. a mother and father who thought their son floated away in a balloon have to answer tough questions. a comment made on cnn has authorities wondering if the hole thing is a stunt. they are telling their story and denying any suggestion it
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was a stunt. >> i'm getting ticked off. i'm represent tifl getting asked this. >> because of this comment last night. >> we did this for a show. >> that appearance also getting a lot of attention but for a different reason. >> i feel like i'm going to vomit. >> what are you referring to? >> the other hot topic, the home video of the balloon taking off. >> get the tether. >> i did, i did. >> reporter: it doesn't appear anyone realizes falcon is missing or maybe inside the balloon as was initially thought, but this extended home video obtained by "inside edition" appears to tell a different tale. >> i'm going to sneak inside. dad, falcon's in there. >> where? >> inside the ship. >> he was just here. >> no, he's in there. >> reporter: the craft came loose around 11:00 a.m. local time. at 11:22 22 mayumi called 911.
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>> they've both been missing for around 20 minutes? >> we've got to get my son. >> reporter: 911 was the first call they made. >> the first call was to faa and the second call was made to 9 news with belief that a helicopter that might be able to assist. sometime afterward they called 911. >> reporter: the faa has opened an investigation into the incident and the child protective services has been called. the sheriff today said he's asked them not to speak with the family until authorities have had a chance to interview the heenes again. why does law enforcement want to talk to them again? that comment to wolf blitzer last night. >> clearly that has raised everybody's level of skepticism again and we feel it's incumbent upon us as an agency to go back to the family. >> reporter: erica hill, cnn, new york. the governor of louisiana has joined in the outrage over a justice of the peace who refused to marry an interracial couple.
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he's calling for keith bardwell's immediate dismissal. bob jindal says this is a clear violation of louisiana state law. louisiana senator mair landrieu calls it ugly bigotry and says bardwell should resign. meantime the woman he refused to mair because her fiance is black is speaking out. >> it's over racism and we're used to the closet racism but we're not going to tolerate the overt racism from an elected official. >> they did get married after finding another justice of the peace. bardwell would not comment to cnn. morehouse college in atlanta is trying something new, a dress code. the new policy enforces 11 expectations of students. among those restrictions, students can no longer wear baggy pants, baseball caps, do
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rags hoodies in the classroom cafeteria or other places. students who don't follow the restrictions could be placed on academic restrictions. officials at the college say it is needed. some students are not so sure. >> this is again about the morehouse legacy tradition and our young men preparing themselves to be the leaders they are. >> i understand where they are coming from. at the same time some things are restricting us from being ourselves. >> school officials say the policy was in part prompted by make men wearing women's close to class. an already powerful storm is getting even stronger off mexico's pacific coast. hurricane rick is now a category four meaning is has winds near 130 miles per hour. now, it's sitting about 250 miles southwest of acapulco here and there is concern heavy rains could trigger landslides and heavy flooding in the city. forecasters expect the storm to remain offshore during the weekend.
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the father of a missing florida girl. the father of a missing florida girl has divorced his 17-year-old wife. ronald cummings married misty cummings a month after his daughter disappeared in february. misty is the last person known to have seen hayley. police say they don't believe she's told them everything she knows about the disappearance but they don't believe she's a suspect in the case. check this out. this is where winter arrived early. in norfolk, connecticut, leaves still changing behind the snowfall. a nor'easter is dumping rain and snow in new jersey. check out the rough surf here. gusty winds are a concern along the coast. farther inland, they're expecting as much as three inches of snow by tonight. the lawyer for reality tv star jon gosselin is taking a swipe at gosselin's former employer. gosselin is being sued for breach of contract by the network tlc. he was one of the stars on the show "jon & kate plus 8," but the couple is divorcing and he's going to have a smaller role in
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the show. gosselin's lawyer calls tlc's soot baseless saying gosselin's contract was unenforceable, unconscionable and denied him a chance to make a living. a lot of people like to dress up for halloween. an immigrants rights group said a new costume being sold at target is no trick or treat.
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the father of anna nicole smith's daughter said he saw the model take a number of medications. larry birkhead said she had so
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many ailments he couldn't remember them all. he testified at a preliminary hearing. smith's boyfriend and lawyer howard k. stern is among the three defendants. they are charged with conspiring to illegally give controlled substances to smith. the other two defendants were smith's physicians. all three have pleaded not guilty. new york state's mandatory order for health care workers to get flu vaccines is temporarily blocked. last month workers protested the mandate requiring them to get vaccines by november 30th or possibly lose their jobs. the public employees federation is happy with the judge's decision. >> as we've noted all along, hef encouraging its members to get vaccinated, encourage the voluntary vaccination of our members against influenza, however we believe the commissioner overstepped his authority and jurisdiction when he implemented these emergency regulations. >> groups of nurses and teachers were also granted a temporary
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block against the mandate and the matter is scheduled to go back to court on october 30th. not scary and definitely not funny, that's what an immigrants rights group is saying about this halloween costume being sold on target's website. the illegal alien costume features an extra treserrestial mask, an orange jump suit and a green card. they call this costume distasteful, mean-spirited and ignorant of social stigmas. target says it's removing the costume from its website. good morning. it is a sports moment we remember mike tyson biting evander holly field's ear during the title fight. it's all forgiven now.
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there's only one person that could referee the reunion oprah. he called hollifield a beautiful guy. he said he would bite his brothers when they were little. asked how his ear is now. >> are you still missing part of your ear. >> just a little bit. >> how bad did it hurt at the time? >> it was just shocking. it wasn't really as bad as they made it out to be. >> they are all getting along. baseball playoffs lakers star cheering for l.a. even though he went to high school in philly. dodgers down 1-0 in the eighth. phillies give it away. wild throw by chase utley allows the runner to score. a few batters later, a walk bases loaded domgers had to win this one. they pull it out 2-1. series tied a game apiece. tomorrow in philadelphia. one of pro football's hitters in trouble for hitting too hard. linebacker ray lewis fined $25,000 for two questionable hits including this one, the
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helmet shot on ochocinco. on his twitter account they asked him not to fine him it was a clean hit. watch tomorrow against the houston texans, nfl won't show home games in the hometown unless it's a sellout. ochocinco and one of the team's sponsors buying up all the leftover tickets for the game and plan to give them away at the stadium. nice move. for hln sports i'm jeff rochelle. not just visitors moving about a museum there is talk the place is haunted. >> it wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> why would a friendly ghost be lurking around? that's what some ghost hunters want to find out.
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a judge won't throw out a murder charge against casey anthony. anthony is accused of killing her two-year-old daughter caylee. anthony's lawyers wanted the first degree murder and aggravated child abuse charges
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against her dismissed claiming therm based on circumstantial evidence. but a judge said their motion was insufficient. anthony has pleaded not guilty and says that a babysitter kidnapped caylee. the little girl's remains were found last december months after she was reported missing. people who visited work at a museum in denver swear they are seeing things. kusa reports professional ghost hunters are trying to answer strange signs and answer some haunting questions. is history all in the past. >> there wasn't an evil feeling. it was very calm and peaceful. >> or is it still here with us? >> every single person that has volunteered here at the museum has experienced something. >> something or someone. >>
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it was just too weird for one of those volunteers. >> he said, i have to go home now because i have to rethink everything i've ever thought about these things. i mean he was clearly shaken up. >> reporter: museum executive director lawana larson thinks she knows who is lurking and wants to hear even more from her. >> it's october 2nd, 2009, the time is 8:59 p.m. >> reporter: voice recorders in place, cameras rolling, a team of paranormal investigators hope children will stir up the spirit of dr. justina ford. >> the doctor gets agitated when kids get out of hand a little bit. she typically will do something, make a noise, knock a picture off a wall or something. >> i thought i saw something move up there. >> you saw something move? what was it? >> it was kind of a picture. >> reporter: pictures aren't the only way visitors say they have seen her. >> they always say the same place. always. they'll say, i thought i saw a woman walk across the back room,
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but when i went in there, you know, she was gone. >> reporter: the first african-american female doctor west of the mississippi lived here. >> everyone that she took care of referred to her as their best friend. >> reporter: dr. ford also treated her patients here, the many who couldn't get care else where because of discrimination or poverty. >> my wife and i are actually expecting and since she was known for delivering babies, and being a great doctor we're hoping she gives us good baby advice. >> we're trying to capture justina's voice. >> do you know if we'll have a boy or a girl? did you have any children of your own? >> the ghost hunters report and odd appearance when they held her belongings. >> the same two women who were mishandling her glasses said they felt this huge wave of nausea.
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they felt very ill. this enonce they left the room, they started to feel better. >> reporter: the official results of the paranormal investigation are still pending. even if they can't convince the skeptics, they won't dissuade the believers. >> yes, i believe. and not only because i've experienced it, you know. it's as simple as that. again that was heidi maguire reporting. the museum is offering haunted house tours friday and saturday nights during the month of october. people in a california community evacuated during this week's heavy rain will be able to enjoy the weekend back at home. santa cruz county officials say a mandatory evacuation has been lifted for 50 homes near watsonville. now, residents were told to leave on tuesday when rain caused a mudslide in the area. look at this. no one was hurt but one home was damaged.
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the economic downturn has been bad enough for many small businesses, but imagine also trying to come back from a devastating flood. ellen churnoff looks at one business that is finding one way to make that turnaround. >> baseball team shirts are back in production. a minor miracle for this apparel company that supplies souvenirs to major and minor league ballparks. floodwaters overwhelm cedar rapids last year, including the factory. the floodwaters in the old factory rose six and a half feet high submerging all of the three big dryers were destroyed as well as these printers. million-dollar equipment was shot. >> it was very devastating.
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>> gary ficken had no flood insurance and little federal aid was available. for six months he ran dimwitter from the basement of his home while outsourcing production. >> everybody just kind of sat next to each other along this wall. >> ficken sought advice from pal printers who decades ago had survived flooding. >> who better to get advice from than someone who already lived through something like this. >> the new company relocated at this factory on higher ground. the company carries seven times the debt it had a year ago. ficken has a loan against his home and has taken a pay cut. gary ficken is still swimming upstream. but gary plans to keep plugging
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leaks and complete dimwitter's turnaround, so he and fellow employees can keep their head above water. people in california came together in a major way to prepare for the worst. >> it's just a matter of time before we have a big one. >> see how millions took part in a historic drill on staying safe during a major earthquake.
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