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tv   Eyewitness Noon News  CBS  September 29, 2010 12:00pm-12:30pm EDT

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the storm strengthens. tropical storm nicole moves close to the u.s. coast and when maryland could start feeling the effects. hello, i'm don scott. and i'm jessica kartalija -- what kind of impact is nicole going to have, we'll show you the weather center with bernadette woods and marty bass. well, the center of it isn't quick, but the rain ahead of it is already in maryland. we have bands of heavy rainmaking i into the southeastern shore and that's going to move into the southern tip here.
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east of the rain, it's picking up and it's on the doorstep of baltimore and annapolis. and denton, already heavy rain and federals burg and heading down into salisbury and this is just the beginning. we'll switch it over and show you the latest statistics on nicole. the senor is to the south and ahead of it, that's connected with this. take a look at the track, the winds are up to 40 miles per hour and it's moving to the north east. and it will probably gain more strength at this point. and the track ends. and this is by the national hurricane center. they think it will lose its characteristics. en and don't get hung up on the name. it will have more impact throughout the next day. well, the thank you, bern and good afternoon, everyone.
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you spoke correctly, don't get hung up on the name and the track. en we'll show you why. we know that the energy is nicole. if your house is destroyed, is it a tornado or a wind sheer, it doesn't matter, it's the same type of storm and that's what's heading our way. we'll see the coastal gusts and 35, up to 40 miles per hour here. we'll have over the next 36 hours the potential of five inches of rain. taking a look at the watches and warnings. this backs up what bernadette said. and every county in maryland is under some kind of a watch. either a flash flood watch or a genuine, real flood watch for the rains moving our way. we have a big weather situation coming our way. come on back for one second and
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another thing to consider, is there going to be a surge coming up from the cheese peek bay. -- chesapeake bay. this isn't unlike isabelle. back inside now. and remember, wjz-13 is always on for you, for constant updates and your own live look at first warning doppler weather radar, go to governor o'malley has picked up anens divorcement -- an endorsement from the mayor bloomburg. it will happen tomorrow. bloomberg has endorsed democrats and republicans in this year's races. reforms are in the works for the baltimore city school systems.
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they'll announce the changes directly tied to the president's race to the top program adam may has a preview of what we can expected. >> we're expecting the dedays in five house. a teacher contract is part of the contract. it's unlike anything scene before. >> reporter: a deal announcing education reforms could make the schools a model for the nation. our schools are getting better everyier and i'm pleased they reached an agreement. >> reporter: according to the sun, it eliminates step raises based on service and instead rewarding on performance and student achievement. >> president obama has been pressing for the changes and last month, the administration awarded $250 million to baltimore and baltimore city getting $46 million for reforms
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and the state superintendent explained why the contracts would be key. any time you're dealing with an evaluation with the performance, you need to be fair. they support the race to the top, saying last week, i think that teachers will like the contract. it addresses the concerns they expressed. >> this may not be limited to baltimore. all teacher unions could see similar reforms possibly in the coming year. jessica? adam, thank you. wjz-13 will be at the 5:00 announcement and bring you the latest at 5:00 and 6:00. the city of baltimore is stepping up against bedbugs. there's a series of meetings to address the problem. the city is offering its own
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services to help get rid of bedbug problems. and a howard county couple is suing an apartment complex after they were bit in their sleep. they were told their unit was treated, but it was only inspected. and calls to the complex were not returned and the couple is seeking 1/2 a million dollars in damages. the family of a 14-year-old electrocuted sues the owner of an electrical. they were working in the area at the time. the family's trying to revie the lawsuit against the city that a judge dismissed. and the police arrested two men in connection with a murder in cockeysville
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two are charged with killing a man on monday. and the man was found on the side of the road in stone gate court. the three men lived together in the same pardon me and he was -- apartment and he was killed. and a howard county man pleaded guilty in a crash that killed a teen. the family of the teen is out raged. ron matz has the latest. >> reporter: it's been a year since he was hit by a car this elkridge. the driver, a 27-year-old pleaded guilty yesterday and only to possession of heroin and driving while intoxicated. he'll spend six months in prison. the sentence falls short of what the family hopes. >> it's crazy you would do more time for possession of heroin that killing someone >> and he didn't get to graduate or go to college or
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get married or anything like that. >> in court, he admitted to being addicted to heroin and it's not clear if he was high at the time of the crash. when he's released from prison, he'll have to serve out six months under house arrest. and the ravens are shaking up the roster. trevor price was released today. he appeared to have hurt his leg last week and he did return to the game. he leads in sacks and he had only one tackle. the team resigned hamlin who was cut last week. the ravens are back on the road and back here on wjz-13. you can see the game versus the steelers at 1:00 here on wjz- 13. and the game will be followed by the post game show. mark viviano will have the
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highlights and reaction and then, that's mary, marty and the bulldog. it's a big day of football sunday. and the highly anticipated game and day of football. >> still to come at noon. another emergency landing. after another close call, the investigators are looking into the landing gear problems. what sparked a fistfight in a texas pee wee football game. >> and taking another live look outside this noon, your forecast is still coming up [ female announcer ] remember this promise?
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[ man ] martin o'malley -- taking on bg&e to stop the rate hikes. [ female announcer ] never happened -- your bill went up 72%. and o'malley gave the bureaucrat who approved the rate hike a huge raise. now martin o'malley promises we're moving forward. the fact of the matter is our economy is doing much better now. [ female announcer ] really? nearly 7,000 marylanders lost their jobs last month. four years ago, martin o'malley misled us. now he's just making stuff up. bob ehrlich. we can do better.
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jimmy carter is feeling normal today. he's kept in the hospital until tomorrow as a precaution, he was on his way to ohio for a book tour. >> >> this time, there was a commuter flight emergency landing in milwaukee.
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according to the ntsb, the planes were involved in six other landing gear merge sis and both made by a canadian manufacture. several are tracking terror threats. the slots include hoes -- the plots are modeled after those in mumbai, india two years ago. no one's taking chances. the terror alert is highier in france. britain and germany are also potential targets. and they take football seriously in texas and the coaches went too far in a recent pee wee game. the father of one of the boys was an opposing coach and he got involved and things got out of hand
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league banned the teams and the coaches were banned for life. >> what a bummer. and then, the kids suffer. sure, the kids suffer. >> look at that. >> sign them up. >> and the coachs are also parents. wow. still ahead. stick around, the complete first warning weather forecast is 2 1/2 minutes away. >> and here's a look at today's midday stocks and last night's megamillions numbers. ,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back, this is moving ahead of us and you can see on the radar, we have the heavy rainmaking its way up. that's through the southern part of the eastern shore and it's continuing to move north. and we'll switch it and show you how it's coming together clouds are coming in and thickening up quickly. here comes the rain quickly from the south. this is the beginning and it's expected to continue for the next 24 hours. and the flash flood is in effect for the entire state. it's the west of the mountains that is feared to get the worst
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of the storm. the winds will pick up throughout the south tomorrow. . and that concerns those tomorrow. it will be a different storm as isabelle. there will be a consistent -- probably, ten to twelve hours out of the south before they turn around. we could have coastal problems. and temperaturewise, we'll go up a little bit. but not much. this is down to the south and all of the rain is ahead of it and it's going to continue to come our way. we have a lot of questions and what happens with the center of the storm? you notice, the track ends here, the national hurricane center thinks it will leave at this point on thursday. as we know, the rain's in place and the rain will continue to come our way. we have a huge dip in the jet stream. even if that doesn't come on top of us, it will still cause
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a lot of rain. this is another model. it's taking that back on shore into the carolinas and passing through maryland. and it will move through quickly with the rain ahead of us and it gets through for the weekend. the high tide is a concern, too. we have a high tide at 11:47 p.m.. this is at baltimore fort mchenry and we have another one tomorrow. and they vary differently. they're the two high tide times and the forecast the like this today. the rain's starting and the rain will be heavy at times and it will be heavy into tomorrow. the winds are picking up and wind gusts up to 30 to 40 miles per hour. it's going to get in here and get out quickly and we'll have the five day.
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still to come on wjz wal- mart, cell phone study and why some cell phones could have an effect on your ability to hear a certain sound. and remember, wjz-13 is always on for you. and for updates of all this day's news and that first warning weather forecast, go to ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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people who talk on their cell phone more than an hour a car were likely to have inner ear damage. a loss of high frequency hearing can make it difficult to hear words. a new study found that carbon dioxide in fizzy drinks set us off the same pain in the nose as mustard in horseradish. you'll want to check back in today at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. >> so, the winner, and australia's next top model of 2010 is. >> oops! is this the host makes a major
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mistake after she makes a horrible mistake after listening to the ear piece. and please stay with us, the and please stay with us, the five-day forecast the next. ,,,,
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i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us. welcome back, taking a look at the five-day forecast, we've talked about the rain coming our way tomorrow. clearing skies friday and 72 and breezy and saturday and
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sunday, looking okay. 67 and 66, fall comes into play monday and sunshine, just 64 degrees and now, back inside. thank you. >> and thank you for watching eyewitness news news on wjz-13 maryland's news station. maryland's news station. have a great day, evev,,,,,,,,,,
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my dad is the supervisor of a train station and my mom's a teacher. my dad's an auto technician. my mom's a receptionist. i'm not sure i would have been able to afford college without the tuition freeze. while tuition in other states is rising out of reach... governor o'malley made the tough choice to freeze tuition. he made my dream of going to college into a reality. i'm the first in my family to go to college. my brother and i never would have been able to afford college. even though times were tough... governor o'malley kept his promise


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