tv Eyewitness Noon News CBS September 24, 2010 12:00pm-12:30pm EDT
a school bus accident and several people and vehicles are involved. it crashed in harford county. >> we'll begin with the morning's breaking news. a three vehicle accident involving a school bus as you saw and it sent several to the hospital this morning. sky chopper 13 is over the scene this morning. mike perry has the latest. >> reporter: good afternoon, don and everyone. we're in harford county on route 155. where after 8:00 this morning a three vehicle collision all collided on route 155 causing a very, very severe damage to the bus, the bus rolled over and the suv is demolished. we know that at least all three drivers were transforted to local area hospitals.
they were six children on the bus, they were transported to the hospitals and there's no word at this point on their condition. you can see, this is a very, very significant accident. four hours now, through route 155, it's been closed on route 155. we're watching the tow trucks righting the school bus and they'll move the cars out of the way. we have harford county sheriff's office on the scene. they'll be here for another half hour to 45 minutes. thank you, and the damage to the suv a amazing. you can't even tell what brand it was. we'll have more on tonight. more on the crash tonight. the police are looking for the suspect in a home shooting. homeowners say that four masked men forced their way into the
house and tried to hold them at gunpoint. one of the gunmen shot a woman inside. the police don't have suspects but the home was tarted. >> -- targeted. the police officers have the preppy burglar. the detectives received a tip after we aired this video of a man in a shirt and tie bringing items out of a home. the 30-year-old is now charged with burglary, theft and obstruction of property. it's been months since a baltimore county student was beaten to death at a university. ron matz is live in the eyewitness news room to explain more. >> reporter: students and staff are encouraged to address safety. it's called day of dialogue for
the community. this is after yeardley love was killed inside her off campus pardon me. her exboyfriend is charged with murder. he kicked in her door and slammed her head against the walsh and open communication among classmates and staff is the first step towards a safer and healthier community. >> he said it was accidental. some towns in the midwest are under water after downpours trigger flash flooding. to make matters worse, more rain is in the forecast out there. >> reporter: basements are knee deep in the flood waters of wisconsin. and backyards, swing sets are out of commission while the pumps work to drain the flooded properties. the city of arcadia is south of minneapolis and it's taken the brunt.
a lot of people are amazing by the volume of water. >> reporter: the flood waters drove hubs of -- hundreds of people from their homes and row boats were the best form of transportation. the city officials kept a worried eye on the rivers. >> we're trying to plan for the river if it comes up and goes over the banks. now, it's high. >> reporter: minnesota is in a state of emergency. hundreds evacuated after thunderstorms brought up to five inches of rain. rivers and creeks overflowed the banks. jeff dube lived in the area for
14 years and he says he's used to the weather and this is different. >> when it gets to a certain point, you worry. >> reporter: the less dents try drying out and another storm is moving in on saturday. alexis christoforous, cbs news. and you didn't see it, but
the national guard is helping some residents in the hard hit areas. fault baltimore county is getting $5 million in federal funding. fema approved the money after cleaning up from storms. we got off to a foggy start this morning and for the most part, that's lifted. take a live look at the inner harbor. you can see, this is from sky eye chopper 13. you can see a low ceiling out there and everyone's concerned about what to expect for the weekend and bernadette woods is in the
first warning weather senter. good afternoon, bernadette. good afternoon, don and everyone out there. before we get to the weekend, we'll look at the hazy sun and the bigger news is going to be hot. the potential record breakers as we head into this hour.
it's 87 degrees in baltimore. we've jumped up as the sun game out. 90 in easton and we'll show you ail in westminster and 78 degrees along the water in annapolis. as we head into the afternoon, for us, the record is 95 degrees. we think we'll be close, but not quite there. we'll keep you updated through that as we head into the evening hours. tomorrow, the cold front is coming our way and we'll have the forecast, coming up, don. in sports, the ravens are getting ready for the familiar opponent, the browns are coming to town and the ravins are preparing to face their back upquarterback. their line backer signed his contract now. the second round draft pick suffered a head injury. and you can watch here, or, like you, if you're watching on tv, you can see the ravens and the browns in the home opener
as we kick off sunday at 1:00 here on wjz-13. and still to come on wjz- 13's eyewitness news at noon. utterly offensive. >> and an error in judgment and two men picked the wrong liquor store to rob. and we'll take another live look outside. stick around, the complete forecast is still coming up. ,,, tax on everything you buy?
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intention feelings at the united nations after people walked out on mahmoud ahmadinejad's speak. he said that the u.s. government could be behind the 9/11 terror attacks. several walked out of the room. the white house called the speech utterly outrageous and very offensive. in indonesia, a fiery accident during an air show is caught on tape. [screams] >> a horrified crowd looked on and the pilot came in too low.
he survived and he's in critical condition back here in the u.s., it could be a long day for lindsay lohan. she's due in court at this hour after she failed a drug ordered drug test. she was just released from rehab and the viablelations could land her in jail for a month more. and you could call it an off night for two robbers in colorado. the men entered a liquor store and called the man to get on the floor. their night didn't stop there. the same night, they attempted another robbery and ended up both getting shot. they're expected to recover and they'll face charges. still ahead on eyewitness news at noon. as you take another live look outside. the forecast the 2 1/2 minutes away. first, let's look at today's midday stocks. ,,,,,,,,,
past puppy. >> sorry, i'm not too familiar with it. and she's still young. >> and she's lively. >> weatherwise, this is what we're getting into. >> sorry, i'm not used to the friday format. this yellow scarf is compliments of the friday puppy responser, mr. basement. >> that's true. >> and now, you can too the weather. >> okay, it's hot out there. that's what we have going on today. temperatures on the rise this afternoon. and we're up to 87 degrees in baltimore and 90 in easton. the dew points are way up and it's making it feel muggy, too. it is quite a range and 78- degrees in annapolis and 78 in kent island. 87 in columbia. and the winds aric pentagon up out of the south. they'll continue to pick up and keeping the warm air in place. and still a hazy sunshine this afternoon.
and the record challenging heat is making its way into the mid- trick atlantic today. the record is 95. it will be close and not on the fringe. we're talking about the record highs and it's the end of september here. it's all because of this front. and this is the one that brought the flooding to the midwest. it's rial dying out and that trend will continue. and when it moves through maryland, we'll have a chance for a shower and that's going to take if heat with it and we'll have a chance of rain increasing next week. it will move up from the south sunday. we'll get a shower during the day sunday. for the home opener for the prostate cancer challenge also, for the most part, it looks to be dry. we'll keep you up to on that and check back. the rain comes in monday and we'll have rounds of rain into tuesday. on the waters, matthew, tropical storm racing to the west. and it will come into the gulf. it could be a problem for the
united states. we'll track that one closely. lisa is way out there and it's a tropical storm moving to the north, north west and we'll keep you updated on that. as a matter of fact craft advisories into effect this afternoon as the winds pick up. we're going up to 93 degrees. it will be muggy outside. and then, tonight, 68 for the low and tomorrow, we'll cool it down. we're talking an a high of 86 degrees and we're talking about a slight chance of a shower and then, the cooler air really settles in for sunday. some have their pools still open. take advantage of them today. >> i'm looking forward to the sunday and the five-day forecast. >> yes, we'll have that for the ravens. >> the great prostate cancer challenge is sunday. and marty bass is back from vacation to emcee the run/walk and more. it starts at 8:00 a.m. at towson university.
for more information, go to wjz.com. and still to come on eyewitness news at noon, it's never too late to learn the rules of love. we talked to the stars of "the rules of engagement" coming up next and wjz-13 is always on for you, here's the stories we're following on the website. for more information, go to wjz.com. ,,,,,,,, [ ehrlich ] annapolis --
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>> >> joining us life is jeff from the show and oliver hudson who plays adam. you're sitting on the set, it looks nice. >> yeah, we're here in front of the faux set. >> i have one, too. >> did you start last monday or this coming monday. last monday. did you carry over any themes from last season? any cliff hangers going? >> no, they're getting a surrogate. i guess that's a cliff hanger. 'll continue to do what got us here and keep us moving. >> if you want cliff hangers, this is not the show, really. well, comedy cliff hangers. >> this is the first full
season and we had a great year last year, don and we were still mid-season. we have a full season and things are great. the best shows are coming out. >> and any speculation as to your success? >> well, the relatable of the show. everyone's been in some part of the relationship. i think this, well, the writers are drawing from their own personal experiences and they've created a a world that people relate to. and patrick, this is from the news room, have you gotten past the buddy thing yet? no. [ laughter ] >> no, that's right. yeah, oliver, be quiet for a minute. yak, yak, yak, yak, yak. >> jeff is a relatable
character and buddy isn't. jeff is the guy that men can relate to. thank you for spending a minute and a half with us. >> thank you, don. >> rules of engagement airs monday night here on cbs. check in with wjz-13 and eyewitness news at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00 for an update on lindsay lohan who was just sent to jail, we were told. >> now, a young mother may have to face her abductor in court. and the surprise reaction from elmo and the "sesame street" producer. you have to see this. join us for these stories today at 4:00 after dr. phil and stick around, the five-day forecast is coming up. ,,,,,,,,,
after a hot one today, tomorrow will be colder. there's a chance that there could be a shower when it passes through. starting to cool down tomorrow and only getting up to 70 on sunday. there's a chance for a shower and for the rh's game and the prostate cancer challenge, the rain olds off. all right, thank you, and i like that. >> and we'll talk about monday night's prime time on cbs. don't miss tonight's lineup. it's a new show coming up tonight.
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