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,, hello.
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i'm jessica kartalija. >> don scott. >> we have breaking news to tell you about a fire inside a popular baltimore restaurant. the small fire broke out a few minutes ago inside pazo in harbor east. in the 1400 block of alice anna street. no one is injured. no word on the extent of the damage. we'll bring you new asks as soon tas -- information has soon as it becomes available. we have news from new york. the man who tried to detonate a bomb has been sentenced. >> reporter: the man who tried to set off a bomb in times square will spend the res of -- rest of his time in prison. faisal shahzad. prosecutors said he should be
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put away for life. the tape shows what it would have looked like. shahzad said he hoped this would kill at least 40 people and planned to set off another one two weeks later. faisal shahzad also told investigators the pakistani taliban gave him $15,000 and explosives training. this video show as calm 30-year- old shahzad in jihad training. >> we have decided we will arrange an attack. >> reporter: shahzad was arrested two days after his bomb fizzled. he cooperated to authorities but never showed any remorse. >> shahzad was a budget abc -- onsist and -- analyst. intelligence agents said a
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suspected u.s. drone strike killed a group of german militants. osama bin laden is reportedly -- has reportedly given the go ahead for assaults on areas in the style of the mumbai massacre. in france police are also cracking done on suspected islamic extremists. officers arrested 1 people accuse -- 12 people accused of recruiting fighters. >> the u.s. state department is telling americans it's still okay to travel to europe but the number of those searching for flights has fallen to a third in the past week. jurors are back at the dlaib rating table in the trial of the murder of the machine who killed ken harris. >> reporter: they have a lot to consider in this case, including more than two weeks
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of testimony, dna evidence and dozens of charges. prosecutors say dna on key evidence like gloves and a halloween mask allegedly used during the robbery links the three defendants to the murder of city councilman ken harris. prosecutors reminded jurors of testimony and showed testimony that put the defendants at the crime scene. the jury was told they are all three equally responsible for everything involved in this case and they came there locked and loaded. ken harris visited the haven lounge to borrow a cork screw and use the bathroom but he walked in on a robbery, tried to get away and was shot in the back. >> my husband was true champion for justice. help understood the meaning of community and people working together. >> i stand here on behalf of the harris family. when i say i want justice to
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prevail. >> defense attorneys for the three men asked jurors not to believe everything they hear, especially the prosecution's case. yesterday jurors did have several questions for the judge, specifically regarding the murder weapon used to kill ken harris, but the judge told them he could not answer those questions. they were going to have to figure things out for themselves. we'll keep you posted what happened here at the courthouse where we are live. derek valcourt. >> as soon as a verdict is reached you can count on website woab and -- wjz and to bring it to you. city councilwoman helen holton has pleaded no contest to finance charges. as a result of her plea, the council president has removed holton from her position as
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chair of the taxation and finance committee. the no contest plea does not admit get. >> today ends this case. ly continue to serve on the city council and serve my community to the best of my ability to help make baltimore city a safer, healthier and more prosperous city. >> the more serious bribery charges have reached the court of appeals. in just six days the first gubernatorial debate will be staged exclusively at wjz 13. we want you to be involved as governor o'malley and bob ehrlich discuss topics. we want to hear from you before hand. what issues are you concerned about? what questions would you like them top answer? go to and click on the link at the top of our home page to submit your question.
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>> temperatures struggle to reach the 60s. let's take a live look outside. we're still waiting for the sun to make its day biew. we're live with first warning weather coverage. >> reporter: okay. we're going to start out with the temper side. across the region we dropped down into the 40s. we're only recovering to the 50s. take a look at oakland. it is 37 degrees right now, just incredible. we'll take you closer and show you more numbers. 52 in westminster. so that's only part of this. the clouds and the chance for showers is the other part. for more we'll send it to marty in the outback. >> there's frost around oakland. 36 degrees. temperatures gone up one degree leak five -- like five hours. we have an area of low
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pressure. it's sitting in such a position that we're out of the vortex. tomorrow that low's going to make a run to the coast. it will start the mechanism again. nothing leak we saw yesterday but a better chance and probably more showers, i'm tempted to say scattered showers but more showers possible tomorrow than today. what's behind that low is nothing but good. meteorologist western western meteorologist bernadette woods will have the details. last night county council passed a law outlawing the sale of a synthetic marijuana known as spice. several people have decided to sue a hospital. the attorney announced the malpractice suit against st. joseph medical center. the lawyers allege the patients
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received unnecessary stent procedures from a doctor who no longer work there is. st. joseph sent let ares to patients warning that the stents may enough have been necessary but the hospital has not commented on the specifics of the lawsuit. your bge bill may be going up again. it could add $50 to the bill. the company said the last increase was 1993. bge will hold a series of meetings. you may have noticed something missing from the ravens uniform against the game in pittsburgh, the color pink. most players had pink on. the ravens said it was no snub but they have a tribute this sunday. and the ravens are back at home on sunday to catch the
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denver broncos. you can check owl the action live right here on wjz 13. and, still to come on website whoib eyewitness news at noon -- wjz eyewitness news news at noon, there's hope for the miners in chile. and google will bring the world of television to your computer. take another live look outside and stick around. your forecast is still coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. his past attacks have been called deceptive, his new attack, false. harris voted for deregulation increasing our electric bills by 72% it's not surprising, harris always sides with the big guys. he opposes cracking down on wall street and supports tax breaks for companies
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that ship jobs overseas. harris even opposed making big insurance cover cancer screenings. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us. new details on the gunman who terrorized the florida community and then killing himself. deliver miller drove through the locations targeting each one. one of the men he shot died. just moments ago police revealed that the man who decide was miller's father. three other men remain in critical condition. the 33 miners trapped underground in chile could be out in weeks. rescuers have a little more than 500 feet to trap them. chile's president said he hopes the rescue operation will be complete within two weeks.
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doctors said the workers have started exercising to prepare for the tight fit. the federal government is getting more stingy with the five-star safety ratings. the ratings are being revamped because too many vehicles are receiving the highest mark. they have a new crash test. the hype over google tv is heating up. the company announced partnerships with certain web outlets including tbs, cbs and hbo. it is the latest to mary the inter-- mary the -- marry the internet to your tv. meteorologist bernadette woods will be back in two and a half minutes. first let's take a look at today's midday stocks followed
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by the multimatch numbers. ,, two governors, two different approaches. even in good times bob ehrlich didn't make education a priority. he increased college tuition by 40%, cut school construction by $200 million, and ehrlich voted to eliminate the department of education while serving in congress. but in the toughest of times, martin o'malley has made record investments in public schools, new school construction, and o'malley froze college tuition four years in a row. with martin o'malley, our children always come first.
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welcome back. as far as the weather we're still dealing with the same system that started to come in
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on sunday. most of it is up to the north. we'll see a few peeks of sunshine but a lot of clouds. this northwest wind has come. take a look. 56 in baltimore. that's it. take a look out west even more empresssive. 37 in oakland this afternoon, just absolutely incredible. here's the situation. we do still have the same storm. you see it's spinning around the entire mid-atlantic. here's where most of the solid rain has pushed. as long as this is in the region we do have the chance for the shower although we won't get the more solid rain. the chance for the showers and then tomorrow as it wraps up and starts to pull out we have the chance for a few showers. it's not until thursday that it clears up. with this hanging around that's what we're talking about, keeping the clouds around and cool air. by thursday it starts to leave us. sunshine returns in the afternoon and temperatures will respond. so the forecast comes together
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like this. tomorrow we still have that low around, still the chance for a shower or two but the drier air is not that far away. it's waiting to come in our direction. today mostly cloudy, chance for a shower, only getting close to 60 degrees. tonight it goes down into the 40s then tomorrow up to 62. so clouds, a few peeks of sunshine and they seem so bright. the chance for showers on thursday. we start out with the clouds. then the storm system get out. we'll go close to 70. we'll have the five-day coming up but we'll wrap up the storm just in time for the weekend. >> we also want to update the breaking news we told you at the top of the hour. a harbor inside a popular harbor east restaurant. it broke out inside the duct road inside pazo. no gyres are reported. wjz will have the latest at 4,
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5 and 6:00. this week the u.s. supreme court will take up the case of a funeral that was interrupted by protesters. to h. tomorrow mary bubala will lead the live coverage. >> and still to come on wjz eyewitness news at noon, hospitals are seeing more injuries from interactive games. remember, wjz is always on. here's some of the stories we're following. for constant updates and the first warning weather forecast, first warning weather forecast, go to ,,,,,,,,,,
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pregnant women who get a flu shot may be helping their unborn babies. babies whose mothers get the vaccine appear less likely get the flu during their first six months of life and less likely to be hospitalized for respiratory injuries. many are getting hurt while playing interactive games like wii. they can cause abrasions to ankle, shoulder and foot sprains and even bystanders can get hurt a spokesperson for nintendo said gamers should pace themselves and not overdo
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it while playing. >> >> be sure to check in with wjz at 4-rbgs 5 and 6 -- 4, 5 and 6. a mysterious murder. and the beauty treatment more teens are getting and the information every parent needs to know in healthwatch. join us for these stories and all the day's breaking news right after dr. phil. >> stay with us. the five-day forecast is coming the five-day forecast is coming up. [ female announcer ] after months of martin o'malley telling us "maryland is moving forward"... ...and moving maryland forward. [ female announcer ] ...this jobs report tells the truth... maryland's economy stalled. [ male announcer ] "we face an uphill struggle in trying to regain the jobs lost." [ female announcer ] o'malley attempts a cover-up, falsifying the jobs report to help his campaign. [ male announcer ] "whatever we can do to make it disappear, we need to do it. that's coming straight from the top..." [ female announcer ] martin o'malley. first he makes stuff up. when caught, he covers stuff up. we need a governor who tells the truth.
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welcome back. we'll have a look at the forecast with marty. >> we'll have to deal with this. what i want you to take away from the forecast, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday. 70, 75, 71 and 68 degrees. maybe we'll issue a cwa, a car wash alert. how about that sunday forecast. the denver broncos, the high powered offense in town to play the baltimore ravens, sunshine on sunday. back inside. >> thank you. don't miss tonight's cbs prime-time lineup here on wjz. at 10 it's "the good wife" followed by eyewitness news at
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11. >> yank for watching eyewitness news and wjz. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >> don scott. >> we'll see you back at 4, 5 and 6. it's clearing. and 6. it's clearing. >> see you tomorrow. ,,,,,,,,,,,
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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


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