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from doctor to patient. a local surgeon recovering after a man shoots him inside john hopkins hospital. >> he changed my life completely. >> tonight what patients are
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saying about the doctor, his condition and the police investigation. hello everybody i'm denise koch. >> and i'm vic carter. here is what people are talking about tonight. >> wjz is staying on the story live at hopkins tonight. derek valcourt explains the doctor's condition is improving. >> reporter: orthopedic surgeon was shot by a son of a patient. >> shooting on nelson eight. >> there's a shooting in the hall way. >> reporter: moments before the gunshot, the doctor informed the son that the surgery did not go well. cohen was rushed into surgery
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and survived. >> he was my knight in shining armour. that's why i was so devastated to hear of the horror that happened to him. >> reporter: former patient susan revanock credits cohen for her health. >> i shutter to think of what my back would be like without cohen's help. >> reporter: ron gold critics ben hopkins security. incidents of violence o the rise in u.s. hospitals, especially in emergency rooms. >> those kind of very emotional traumatic injuries are often bring out. sometimes the very worse this people as they are trying to cope. whether a very difficult set of circumstances. >> reporter: meanwhile his patients wish him a speedy
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recovery. >> i just wish him a very quick recovery. because he certainly helped me get on my feet. >> reporter: derek valcourt. >> the baltimore police department is still reviewing how they handled the crisis and a formal debriefing is pending. a developing story right now out of south baltimore where police are investigating a triple shooting. police say three men were shot, two in the stomach one in the pelvis. all are expected to survive, detectives are searching for the shooter or shooters. according to state police, around 1:00 a.m. saturday, troopers pulled over andrew muller. muller showed signs of being under the influence and was arrested for dui. his lawyer says the judge
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determined in a previous case, muller was not driving. the only comment from the ravens camp is that they are aware of the situation. now the rematch race for baltimore major is on. the latest rasumssen's poll shows ehrlich is ahead. the recession is over in fact, it ended more than a year ago. the national bureau of economic research says the recession started in december of 2007 and ended in june of 2009. they pointed to the fact that
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the recession started growing. still many americans say they haven't felt in the difference. and at a town hall today, one woman let the president know it. >> i've been told that i voted for a man who said he was going to change things for the middle class. i'm one of those persons, and i'm waiting sir. >> reporter: president obama says that he understanding the frustration that people have but he added that the country is moving in the right direction. the dow gained 146 points. the s & p rose 17 and the nasdaq ended the day up at 23.46. 28-year-old seamus coyle
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was found guilty for the death of porter. prosecutors argue coyle set up the meeting with porter. a high school student is killed while crossing the street. it happened in hartford county friday night. weijia jiang spent the day at his school and has more on how students are coping. >> at fellston high school. >> it's hard to believe he's gone. >> reporter: a first day after class after a devastating accident was a difficult one. >> it was miserable, it was horrible. >> reporter: the freshman was killed while trying to cross an intersection. police do not believe the 19- year-old drive ever was either speeding or drinking at the
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time of the crash. >> the crosswalk was prohibiting any pedestrians from crossing. >> the corner is now transformed into a memorial. countless notes, flowers and trinkets capture a rare gift, he was a popular linebacker for the jz football team. >> he was such a wonderful athlete. to be taken away it's just really sad. >> reporter: lotremon was a song writer, pianist and singer. >> he was a very talented musician. >> reporter: just as they did over the weekend, those who loved don continued to grieve together which may have as well been all who knew him.
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>> and there are two viewings scheduled. one tomorrow and one wednesday. a funeral is to follow. weijia jiang, eyewitness news. and the scholarship found has been set up. $90 million that's how much governor o' malley wants to pump into a transportation system. the second is the purple light rail lying near dc. both pans are part of a more than $9 million transportation spending budget. putting the breaks on distracted driving. wjz is live along the jfx but new tonight, one maryland
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families effort to change laws across the country. >> reporter: in an effort to stop distracted driving, the pain that herd and his family have been feeling is a lesson to anyone who drives. members of the best medicine for pain -- they are 26-year- old daughter healther was killed in january 2008 in florida as she and her fiancee were heading to meet a wedding planner. he survived. >> we've done this to keep another family from going through the horrendous pain we go through every day. on tuesday, her father will speak in washington, d.c. and urge the people behind the wheel to exercise caution. >> to eliminate as many distractions as possible. >> reporter: last year more than 4,444 people died in distracted driving. distracting driving is depined
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as taking your eyes off the road. your hands off the wheel or your mind off driving. some of the simplest things you do behind the wheel is consider distracktive driving. like turning up the radio, talking to someone, even using a mobile home. >> the man who killed my daughter looked down for five seconds. and it has ended my daughter's life. back too you. >> thank you, kai. bedbugs are moving out of
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your sheets. they've returned carts outside a truck parked outside. the plan is for the sun to heat the truck to 120 to kill the butts. we should clarify we're not certain if it really was a novel, it could have been nonfiction. >> i'll be happy if i don't have to see a close up of that ugly little thing. quarterback collapses. just moments ago, tragedy hits. >> where's the bear now? she thought he was dying. a bear attacked him as she was walking. how his wife could have staved her life. >> there's still opposition, we'll have that story -pl cooing up. a major midweek warm up headed our way. i'm bob turk. i'll have your complete forewarn forecast coming up next. ,,,,
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>> 62 degrees and clear. a fire breaks breaks off under a busy bridge. flames formed on and above the bridge. that caused commuter services
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to shut down for nearly two hours. invest investigators still don't know what caused the fire. police are on the look for an armed robber. police say this man robbed 38 in restaurants and surrounding steps. he is described as light complectes with a tall build. the future balloons to iran, that's a warping for the united nations. he says the united states has to accept that his country is a major power. the release of sarah shourd was for hue humanitarian.
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a popular tárbg tábgs high school football play dies after collapsing aopb the field during the day. 1-year-old jesse far red hat just thrown a tup down past when you walk until the tpaoás. preliminary autopsy reports do not show an obvious cause of death. another bear attack this time, a bellview washington state city councilman is almost killed while taking his dogs for a walk. luckily the man's wife heard him screaming and called 911. >> there's a bear out here. come help me. because he's dying. honey just a minute. >> reporter: day suffered puncture wounds to his head and knock. neighbors helped, but to my or
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or, it was -- >> he is now recovering. the bear was found and killed several hours after the attack by washington fish and wildlife agents. a government panelist is deciding whether to sell a new vaccine. it's not just a fish story, you could soon be eating yes neatically engineers salmons. using birth formoans. egg knowledgeically shows that you -- the company says the altered fish is safe and will create jobs. >> we can bring an industry back to the unite and provide
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americans a safe and sustainable isle kwaug sit sewns. is waiting to an as vie sá -- they call the salmon franken wouldn't. are you stilling with nature, any time you do that you're taking a big chance. education phrerblly when it is manager miner confusion. >> i'm scared of it. >> the fda hasn't said when it will make it decision. but if that don't play. @a pam set up by the fda
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approved the salmon. it'll be the first ever electronic. right now 62 for september that's a little cool. 53 humidity. north-northwest winds coming down the brohm center. on the way back up, 20 or 3 inches. that dewpoint is 45. very dry air. that means a lot of places tomorrow morning will probably get down to about 45. it's already down to 55 in oakland. 59 in cumberlang. ocean city at 58 and 59 down in elkton. already around 55, 5 degrees, it won't take a whole lot with these high winds.
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the temperatures have really plunged. during the morning hours, it's going to be a chilly start. it'll warm up in afternoon. in the morning, it's going to be very cool but it didn't. pretty amazing picture at this h point. now on our part of the world, our kwraoef our big pressure. i'm going to convince this rom day, hopefully it's every. >> the wind fight clock wide. the wince are out of the north west southwest and that's where the warm air will be moving congress a from warm up. thursday, friday and sunday,
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one of those days. pretty close, might bring us some showers at the time. just seethe southeast of newton. they cleared out this morning. they still have wind at 75. moving north east at almost 30 miles per hour -l and new tropical depression before themes but it's blames to the north. julia dying out as it moving into the cold waet -r. so that interest on those. 10 to 15 knots. tonight clear and cool and length of time aos, senny beautiful in the afternoon. high of about 33. the next ty day a big warmer. denise. >> thank you, bob. the ravens lost a game and the colts lost their testifier ,,,,
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temper, happens, it's part of the sport. >> dealing with monday as well. as criticism heats up, coach kubiak says back off. flacco took a career interception. harbaugh struck dabiuchi as he tried to tkwaoeub the area of the tackle. the coach will be fined, huhamad asked per his well as well. >> we respected, we disagreed and it was animated but it was respectful throughout. >> not that it excuses harbaugh
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behavior. but trek director -f pet bonnel. the ravens play the homeowner sunday. the cleveland browns in town. coverage coming your way on one. the pittsburgh have lost another cb. after he was injured yesterday, the steelers have resigned pie ron leftwich, they managed to day a tv head. baseball, buck shorewalkers orioles. yesterday's hero luke scot home run helped beat the yankees come through tonight against
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the red sox. david hernandez storms the waoepbd. first place looking to run aaway another division. the phillies win the game but always see him a advantager win in. in. now they(music playing),,,,,,
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old gibbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski.
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i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. letterman is next with former president bill clinton. that's it for us tonight everybody. i'm vic carter. >> and i'm denise koch. thank you for joining us


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