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according to an independent, non-partisan study, barack obama and the liberals will raise taxes on the middle class by $4,000. the same organization says the plan from mitt romney and common sense conservatives is "not a tax hike on the middle class." want proof? read the non-partisann study for yourself at americocan.co. ba and his liberal allies?s? we can't afford four more years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >> live and in hd, this is abc 7 "news at noon," on your side. this is breaking news. with breaking news pennsylvania. >> former penn state assistant been jerry sandusky has on 45 counts of sexual abuse. we will talk with brad bell for latest. >> the sentencing in this
courthouse, the judge said that put matt sandusky centuries but he said the sentence would be 30 years 0 years. that means he will spend the rest of his life in prison because he is already 68 years old. statements from three victims they could notd what jerryforget them.ky did to they all said that he stole childhood. in the hearing today it was who got up in his red jail house jumpsuit and gave a statement which was all about himself. said he did not do acts and maidenly to hisssing reference victims. much of aett said lastwhat he station.a radio >> they can take away my life,
out as a monster, but they cannot take away my heart. in my heart i know i did not do .hese alleged disgusting acts >> well, the judge and prosecution and pretty much everybody blasted him for those comments. the prosecution says this shows that he continues to hurt his continues to deny the charges for which he has been convicted. sandusky says that he will fight on. at times he sounded like the coach that he was giving a locker room speech, but it was himself he was trying to cheer .n his lawyer is and will appeal the conviction and they will soon.the process very the prosecution says the important thing is just as was victims.the sandusky is off to prison likely for the rest of his life. brad bell from bellefonte,
pennsylvania. >> he will be in state college the rest of the day. find more of his live today on abc 7 news and keep up with the latest wjla.com as well as on twitter. >> d.c. councilman kwame brown back before a judge today after orders comply with court has a tighter restrictions. john gonzalez has the latest. >> former d.c. council chairman e brown moments ago received very stern lecture from the toeral judge for failing report on three separate occasions to his pretrial services. separate occasions, all he had do was call. now brown must report in person week and the as a curfew 11:00 p.m. until 6:30 in the morning. this is five weeks before his sentencing. couple times the judge pointed finger at the high-profile defendant, asking what do you yourself?y for
twice brown said he was out of time you failhird to call in on september 10 he had to did not think he was booked by police earlier that week. he pled guilty in june to bank fraud, forcing him to resign as chairman. he walked in and out of court t talking to the apologize in did this will not happen again. the judges said your apology is game andlate in the don't come back before time itng because next only be one strike. he is due to be sentenced in up to a yearfaces in prison. z reporting. >> the prince george's county with usingarged funds to help pay for a expenses. months ago, democrat was found guilty thetealing money from assembly to pay an assistant and her law firm. a judge postponed sentencing on conviction until after this trial is done. rain has cleared out of
area, but cloudy and cold weather sticking around for now. adam caskey has a look at the forecast. >> clouds over the metro area of southern maryland east 95. was bright sunshine west of 95. variable clouds for the rest of the day. the skies overat washington. but off to our west, virginia, maryland, you have sunshine. now at reagan national, 57 point of 49,a dew low humidity. the average high is 71. be lucky to reach 60. 52 in winchester, 55 the dulles record, 52 in winchester, 48 in in oakland.ty the variable clouds today and of 95ne mainly west today. in kansas city, 50 in minneapolis, 51 in billings, 57
boston and 57 in raleigh. we will talk about the nationals 3, coming up. a community still trying to the death of with woodson high school senior bryan glenn. volunteers discover the 17-year-old's body just off popular trail in thaiss park a week after he went missing. search crews gathered yesterday g to canvas the park. a team of adults found the body. is family confirms it is him. spoke with said their family.o out to the >> he is so young and i still cannot believe it. sad.very >> fairfax county police say had looked in the found butwhere he was body in the see the woods. in a statement its parent bank the community, saying their hearts have been touched forever.
>> a man is dead after a fight with montgomery county police that involved pepper spray. t happened monday night on shop place in clarksburg. used pepper spray to subdue a 29-year-old nathan jones after he exhibited violence and erratic behavior. he lost consciousness and died at a hospital. >> in honor of fire prevention week, the consumer product safety commission is raising the danger oft home fires. estimates there are 400,000 unintentional residential fires each year that results in 2006. held at aions were testing center in rockville that showed how to deal with home fire situations. >> 50% in montgomery county of alarms that were checked or did operate correctly all.ork at this is alarming. >> fire officials say smoke alarms and escape plans are key to survival. the number one cause of home place in the
kitchen. prevention week runs until october 13. league division at one gameed apiece. the nationals and the cardinals are headed to tomorrow. jummy olabanji has the story. >> the nationals and the st. in d.c.rdinals fansrow, thousands of be there.o because they announced the first be at 1:00 in the afternoon, nationals fans tell will have to watch the game at work. >> fortunately, i have a tv in office and i plan my day accordingly. will be at my desk all day. >> other fans don't have the f watching at work, so the early start time does not help. feeling it's due to yankees and the fact they night andg tomorrow have a larger drop than the which is unfortunate they have a larger draw.
really upsetare tweeting -- are while some working fans are trying to sell tickets, others go. plan to >> the people that have tickets, to get tofind a way the game. fans tell us they hope the nationals will make it to next round, when most of the games will be in prime time. >> it should not make a difference, to be honest. anytime, anywhere, they should be able to do it. >> in arlington, jummy olabanji. >> to the campaign trail, 28 left until the election. obama scheduled to speak at ohio state university , the last day for all-
voteents to register to and early voting has already begun. his challenger campaigning in .owa he will be in ohio as well today. theey is now leading president with 49%. >> first lady michelle obama campaign in northern virginia today at a rally in n county this afternoon at the fairgrounds in leesburg. tickets are required to attend. evening the first lady will a fund-raiser in mclean, virginia. a daredevil come, the edge of outer space. there were some setbacks this morning for the man getting p from 23 miles above the earth. setbacks for travelers. big backup fora amtrak passengers in maryland. iconic movie a world willg on tour. where they will go and where -- when they will be back.
says wires have fallen near aberdeen and one track is open washington and wilmington, delaware. service affected all the way to martin airport. no word on when full service restored. >> you can tell how easy it is outside. >> we had light rain overnight days intost couple this morning. dry, but still dreary locally with some sunshine off to the west. big improvement for the rest of the week. that's good, because we have up.ball coming >> i will get into the detailed forecasts in the second. beautiful fall colors. look at this beautiful picture taken over the weekend courtesy of joanne. thanks for posting that on facebook. i love to show these wonderful it of the foliage. .hey're not even at peak yet
send me pictures on facebook or mail me. here's a colorful picture. a beautiful photograph from frederick of the sunrise from metzker. i love those photographs. here's the time lapse from today. terms of see much in sunshine around sunrise. the clouds earlier this morning. off to the west is seeing breaks in the clouds. in aldie, virginia, this is actually have breaks in the clouds from earlier this morning and even now we are seeing some blue skies. a view from space, the the cloud cover. from richmond to d.c. and ,altimore and southern maryland east of i-95, that's where we have a thick clouds. shenandoah valley and the blue , clear. western and northern maryland pennsylvania, completely clear with a good amount of sunshine. we are still in the low to mid
50's for the most part. here's the system that is moving here over the ocean. a cold front will drop in tomorrow. in many situations the cold up ourits can atmosphere and give us widespread rain. like the caselook tomorrow. like a dry frontal passage and it will not have much fanfare. wednesday i only expect a band of clouds with that front and that's all. about ato worry terms of park in rainfall tomorrow. . forecast for today. 4:00 3:00 p.m., 59 around breaksth sunny especially of to the west of washington. tomorrow, near 70, partly cloudy, a little breezy at times. the game tomorrow at , 1:00, 67 degrees. at 3:00 p.m. at if you are sitting in the
longs, you may want sleeves especially because of .he breeze .ome on tomorrow is really the warm day until sunday. all right. >> coming up this afternoon on abc, katie couric will sit down talented stars. >> today's show will be already havessful celebrities who made a name for themselves in ways than one. you have some big-time talent today. if people are successful in one part of life, does that translate into something else? >> i think that's true. on our show today we have magic ireland.nd kathy you know him for his remarkable career with the lakers. was a former supermodel and
sports illustrated cover girl. although they were incredibly their first careers, successful inmore their second act as entrepreneurs. magic has movie theaters, fast- food franchises, and most recently in as part owner of the l.a. dodgers, and is really the inner city and jobs and opportunities for folks. hy has built a billion business, everything from to foreign the wedding even mored she's successful than martha stewart. looring tondows to forei wedding dresses. it certainly helps to have name recognition when going into business. both amazing examples of how you past what you initially set.ht was your skill
much, katie. >> thanks. >> that's at 4:00. slippers' will the smithsonian museum for a short time. they received a sense of ceremony this morning. smithsonian is lending goes a london museum where they e included in an exhibit about hollywood costumes. the slippers will be back in november.e end of >> coming up on abc 7 news, complete forare the longest freefall in history. an australian daredevils set to jump from a capsule 23 miles up. an australian daredevils set to jump from a capsule 23 miles up. there' david smallwood: maryland money needs to stay in maryland. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundr and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware...
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lois is called the coffee cup killer. killing her 80- husband with a coffee cup, hitting him in the head. trial.ing to todayughter is on my show at 3:00, breaking her silence .or the first time she is standing by her mother it was an accidental death, that her mom had nothing to do with it. that her mom had taken a test.tector we will have the results of that. >> this did not even come to light until after he had been time.or quite some >> that's right. police initially thought it was an accident. it was only later they determined -- the medical did an autopsy and the had sent his body to get buried and the guy who did the autopsy realized there were a coffee cup in his head and that their remarks
did not seem to indicate an death.tal >> we all love a good mystery. we will get more details at 3:00. 4:00 is katie couric. and we will need a 23-year-old making a amputee recovery at walter reed national military medical center, at 4:00. each step he takes, his girlfriend is by his side. they are capturing the attention of millions worldwide. we will show you why, tonight at 5:00. felix baumgartner is waiting from hisl clear twitter team before he takes his balloon 23 miles into the and then jumps. he was set to launch around 8:00 morning but had to hold off because the wind was too strong. the ee-fall could see him breaking the sound barrier as he could hit speeds faster than 700
according to an independent, non-partisan study, barack obama and the liberals will raise taxes on the middle class by $4,000. the same organization says the plan from mitt romney and common sense conservatives is "not a tax hike on the middle class." want proof? read the non-partisan study for yourself at american.com. bama and his liberll allies? we can't afford four more years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
[ female announcer ] he says... president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. [ female announcer ] but this is what the budget plan mitt rney supports actually does. more huge tax breaks skewed to the wealthy. while cutting nearly eight hundred billion from medicaid... even though middle-class families rely on medicaid