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system? >> hello, everyone. i'm vic carter. >> and i'm denise koch. here's what people are talking about tonight. >> the fa a's new proposal directly affects the causes. but they don't include all of the recommendations from the ntsb. there is a broad impact it could have on safety nationwide. the proposed new guidelines affect equipment, training and bad weather, all found to be factors in maryland's deadliest medivac crash. the faa calls their proposals comprehensive and significant. they're the first major step toward mandating safety reforms since a rash of deaths in 2008 including this chopper crash with five people on board. only one survived. >> i looked up to the star and said, god, save us. please. >> that night, the rain turned from bad to worse. >> completely fogged in.
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we're unable to land there. >> reporter: the new proposals would mandate better pilots and better risks for flying. it would also require a terrain warning system. which would require a new pilot flowing to the ground. they're flying in challenging conditions. often at night. may have issues with weather. and we want systems on board to help protect the pilot and the crew and the passengers. >> but it falls short of following all of the recommendations. the ntsb declines to comment on the proposals. maryland state police say they are already in compliance. and a new chopper 48 would change since that.
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>> i'm sorry for everybody else that lost this crash. >> my family is truly hurt. >> maryland hasn't had a death since that crash in 2008. >> the faa estimates it will cost $136 million to implement the proposals nationwide. president barack obama comes to maryland to stump for martin o'malley. could his decision sway voters? wjz is live at bowie. pat warren has more on the report. >> reporter: that's right. governor o'malley is hoping that president barack obama's visit diso does more than boost o'malley. he hopes it gets them to the
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polls. >> reporter: you see governor o'malley behind him in the upper left of the screen. the top democrats making their case for the november general election. and if we have the courage to keep moving forward, even in the face of difficulty, even in the face of uncertainty, i guarantee, if all you are out there knocking on doors and making phone calls and voting for martin o'malley and barbara mikulski and the rest of the democratic ticket, we are not only going to win this election but make sure that the american dream is alive and well. >> he makes you want to get up and do something. not that i'm not going to do it anyway. but he gives me that encouragement to do more. it was great. >> the president just really sort of described for the people who they should vote for, why they should vote. >> obama now talks about being at the bottom of a ditch.
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i feel like i'm at the bottom of the grand canyon. but the only thing that is going to get moo out -- me out is riding a donkey. >> i'm running against the former governor who says he is going to take maryland back. >> just as obama's visit is downplayed by the republicans today. >> when he leaves, which he'll leave an hour after he arrives, it's back to o'malley versus ehrlich. and we'll go with that. >> reporter: in fact, the whole theme here today seems to have been about going. >> have you ever noticed when you get in your car, if you want to go forward, what do you do? you gotta put it in quality d ." -- "d." if you want to go backwards, what do you do? you put it in "r." that is not a coincidence. we don't want to go backwards. >> reporter: for now, governor o'malley does team to be breaking momentum, breaking
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ahead in two polls. reporting live from bowie, i'm pat warren. >> emergency workers treated about three dozen people who became dizzy at the rally, some who fainted. most were suffering from dehydration. even though it was not that hot, the heat is blamed for most of the illnesses today. governor martin o'malley and ehrlich will debate this monday. i will moderate. it airs exclusively at 7:00 p.m. monday. we want to hear from you. what questions do you want answered? go to and click on the link at the top of the home page. systemic security failures. that's the look at a new report looking into the death of a teacher. >> reporter: a 13-year-old detained at the chelten ham youth facility is charged with the murder of 65-year-old hannah wheeling in february. a new report says wheeling's
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death resulted from a lack of security cameras, as well as confusing policies and protocols. the report says staff shortages and fatigued employees also made death a factor. wheeling frequently worked with detainees without any supervision. they have made several improvements in response to wheeling's murder. >> the 13-year-old is charged as a juvenile, with wheeling's murder. nearly a week of deliberations. and still no verdict in the trial of three men accused of killing city councilman kent harris. wjz is live on the story in courthouse east. >> reporter: just yesterday that jury told the judge that they were deadlocks, that they were not going to be able to reach a unanimous decision. he asked them to go back and deliberate. that is what they did all day today. they deliberated. they did not ask any questions of the judge. but they also did not return a verdict. >> reporter: 22-year-old
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charles mcgainey and gary collins and 17-year-old jerome williams face a long list of charges for the september of 2008 murder of baltimore city councilman ken harris and the armed robbery of the haven lounge in northeast baltimore. harris stopped at the nightclub to borrow a cork screw and to use the bathroom when he walked inie robbery by three masked men. he try tode run and was shot in the back. prosecutors say dna evidence collected from a glove and halloween mask used during the robbery and found near the scene implicates the defendants. but the defense attorney argues that evidence against their clients is circumstantial and since no one could positively identify the men as the ones who committed the robbery. >> reporter: defense attorneys hope all of this waiting means some may have made their decisions. i'm not sure if they were deadlocked on all of the counts or some of the counts.
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obviously they're talking about. >> i can tell you yesterday after their question, where they detin tively said they were deadlocked, and no questions today, i'm more hopeful they will come to a verdict. i would have thought if they were still deadlocked, they would send another note out today. but since we didn't receive anything like that, maybe they've made headway. so i'm optimistic. >> reporter: prosecutors say if the jury is deadlocked, especially on that most serious charge, the murder charge, they say they will retry this case. but in the meantime, that jury is still deliberating. it's up to the judge how long they will continue those deliberations. the jury is expected to resume their debate tomorrow morning. we're live at the courthouse, derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. all right. thank you very much, derek. if convicted, the suspects face the possibility of life in prison. a 17-year-old faces serious charges tonight for allegedly attacking another teen near their high school. mary is live in the newsroom
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with more on the allegations. at this hour, 17-year-old troy reed is being held without bond at the anne arundel county detention center. last week, police say reed led the victim from annapolis high school into a wooded area. police say he then made advancements. the victim then said reid became angry, knocked her to the ground and sexually assaulted her. that's all according to police. he faces a number of charges including second-degree rape, sex and sodomy. >> reid was arrested last evening without incident. the largest drug bust in baltimore county history. a multi-billion operation is out of business. weijia jiang has more on this massive bust. weijia? >> reporter: police say that operation was so big, it was producing well over enough marijuana to cloifer the -- classify the suspect as
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kingpins. countless bags of marijuana, stuffed into trash bags. stacked into boxes for shipment. on october 24th, police found it all. the largest drug bust in baltimore county history to the tune of $3.5 million worth of marijuana. police arrested 39-year-old joseph gaudagnole. and a teenager they say was living and renting the space. investigators found 478 individual plants and 640 pounds processed. along with $12,000 cash. the unprecedented amount even stun said police. >> we had to actually burn hundreds of pounds of this material already because it was so noxious in headquarters. we had to clear out a whole ground floor. >> reporter: justice striking is the two-floor elaborate equipment. with lighting and venting systems. >> what you're looking at is actually heat lamps, connected
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to venting tubes. and they were mounted over top of the plants. >> as well as a complex irrigation system that suctioned vast chemicals off the plants. >> offshore, the pair kept to themselves and would generally only come here at nighttime to do their work. they also say from time to time, they would smell chases -- traces of marijuana. and a startling amount. the state is now seeking the toughest punishment. >> the next step will be for our office to analyze the case. take a look at the maximum penalties that we can impose in this case. and also look at whether there are any other individuals involved that need to be arrested and charged. and both adult suspects have been released from jail, after posting bonds that were significantly lower than originally set. we're live at police headquarters in towson tonight, weijia jiang, wjz eyewitness news. >> police are still investigating how the suspects are linked. they believe they are all members of the same family. warmer temperatures are making a welcome return as we
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close in on the weekend. a live look outside right now. feels more like it should for early october. meteorologist bob turk and tim williams are updating the first warning forecast. for a change, today's average got a few degrees above average. compared to what we saw monday, tuesday, and wednesday. with temperatures 10 to taken -- to 15 degrees below average. nothing around. we're at 70 degrees. and northwest wind at 8. we can open this up and go hundreds of miles to the west. there's not a cloud in sight. and with that, tim williams has a look at this weekend, friday and beyond. tim? >> we're looking at a gorgeous weekend. today, we had the breeze. that cepts it pretty -- kept it pretty cool. well, we start to warm up now. and the breeze dies down, which means that it's going to really feel more summer like than spring like. we're looking at a nice air mass as high pressure builds in from the midwest. and as it continues to sink down south of the midatlantic. it allows for warmer air to move in. and that stays here. the flow stays with us into the
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beginning of the weekend. or the beginning of the week ahead, including columbus day. we will have the ravens forecast for you. and i guess the raven and net forecast. coming up in your forecast with bob. back inside. >> i think they like tim. they're never out there, unless he's there. >> he always attracts wildlife. >> no comment. still to come. ecological nightmare. toxic sludge swamped entire townls in europe. -- towns in europe. and workers held a case of viral meningitis at a school. i'm gigi barnett. that story is next. i'm mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. in annapolis. at the oldest water and boat show in america. why 50,000 people were headed in this direction, when eyewitness news continues. weekend ahead. will the weather cooperate for your plans? don't miss the first warning weather forecast. ,,,,
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concern at one baltimore school after one health worker is diagnosed with meningitis. they are asking parents to be on the lookout for symptoms in other students. in the last two days, janitors at cross country elementary and north baltimore shrubbed classrooms, wiped halls and desks.
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they ordered the immediate cleanup. making sure they understand that is not a deadly dead. so far, only one has the decide. but school leaders fear it could could spread. >> we say no touching. if you want to stay high or give somebody a hug, use the finger hug or the marshmallow hug. we're teaching other methods on how to protect themselves. >> reporter: health leaders sent home a letter explaining the difference between viral meteorologist and the more deadly bacterial meningitis. symptoms are like flu, including high fever, stiff neck, rash. >> my daughter has a friend.
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i'll be vigilant with them. and i'll let their parents know. health workers fear there was a second case of viral meningitis at the schools. turns out that student has pneumonia. denise, back to you. >> school leaders are not revealing the name, age, or grade of the student with meningitis. could be the largest ever in a paint case. a baltimore city jury has awarded $24 million to marie carter. the jury's verdict was announced wednesday. it will likely be reduced, though, because of the state's cap on damages at 350,000. the poisoning occurred when carter was a little girl. >> in this case, the city was in the house, the housing authority was in the house. and saw the chipping and peeling paint. and told the father, we're not
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going to give you paint until you have lived here three years, even though they saw it on the wall. and that's what the jury heard. >> carter's iq has diminished by 10 points and she suffered brain damage. the house she lived in was demolished years ago. >> baltimore's circuit court judge will decide how much carter will get in damages. annapolis bills itself as the country's sailing capital. one of the events which bolsters its reputation is in town for the next four days. in the past few years, the economy has battered boat shows. but the turnaround might show up here. we opened up this morning to a big crowd. it is an international show. they drove down, though, from connecticut. >> i'm seeing really, really beautiful boats that if you had the money, you had your pick of
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everything. >> reporter: the variety is astounding from single fleets to this. a wide body catta maran. >> my name is skip. i'm from newport, rhode island. >> it's a place trying to accommodate a crowd. >> we've also tried to make the main salon area as roomy. and livable. >> reporter: be prepared, this kind of luxury costs a pretty penny. >> it's about half a million as much. >> even if those are indications of improving economy. there are more boats here than ever. and more people interested in coming. preseason ticket sales were up 12.2%. think their attitudes have turned around. i think they're optimistic. >> back to you now on tv hill. >> and the show runs through late afternoon on monday. probably live on that catamaran.
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>> i could definitely live on that. that's what you do. you sell your house, your tractor. your lawn mower. your gutters. 70 degrees now. west/northwest winds at 8. come back and take a look at a great end of the week and weekend after this. ,,,,,,
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bob has given us a list of things we can try outdoors. >> sloash employ there is always something to do. >> yes, there is. >> clean up the beds, the gutters. clean up the basement from flooding last week. let's take a look at temps and conditions from last week. beautiful sunshine. wall to wall. 70, ideal. 73 pax river and washington. dew point is low. a dry night. temperatures tonight will be cool with clear skies and lighter winds. we're going to drop anywhere between 40 and 50, looks like. winds now outest west/northwest. anywhere from 8 to 15 miles an hour or so. 14 in pax river. 15 in oakland. stilt a little on the breezy
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side. but winds will calm down tonight. low pressure gave us sort of a cool, damp rainy conditions. has now finally moved up toward eastern canada. it grew, got pretty strong. rain relieving maine. still a few showers across the northern sections of new hampshire. clear as far as the western central rockies. big higher pressure. pleasant, cool nights. warmer days as that high moves off the atlantic coast. there are winds that come back to the southwest. they get up to the upper 70s. maybe even touch 80 degrees. beautiful afternoon. small craft advisory until 1:00 a.m. tonight. and west winds, 5 to 10 knots. bay temp around 66.
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sunrise, 7:09. sets at 6:39. pretty soon. tonight, then, clear skies. 40 to 50, the average low in the mid-40s with clear and lighter winds tomorrow. a sunny, beautiful afternoon. just delightful day. low humidity. tomorrow's high back up in the middle 70s. most places. and even warmer this weekend. we'll have the forecast coming up. >> beautiful. thank you, bob. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. beatle mania. that's b-e-a-t-le. >> the strange thing surrounding. why more than 100 people were yanked often a flight at philadelphia internationality airport. this is mark viviano. he'll hear what the ravens have to say about their next opponent. the denver broncos. and they come to town with a former raven on their roster. we'll hear from him as well. plus, the latest on the baseball play-offs when eyewitness news continues.
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it is just before 6:30. clear and 31 degrees. -- 51 degrees. toxic nightmare. clues are -- crews are still
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trying to contain a huge sludge spill. it may have gotten into europe's second largest river and begun to spread. charlie d'agata has more on the race against time. >> reporter: hungarians are calling the disaster a toxic sunomy. -- tsunami. a dangerous torrent of red sludge has now reached the banks of the danube, one of europe's biggest rivers. had has inundated areas since monday. the sludge burned the eyes and skin of people and their pets. the stench stung the noses and throats of villagers, making it difficult to breathe. at least four people are being killed in more than 150 injured. fish were killed by the high alkaline content that polluted the river. emergency teams are now trying to dilute this spill with water and vinegar to reduce the corrosion.
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crews are wearing masks and chemical suits as they try to contain and clean up the mud. hungary's prime minister is try calling it a serious environmental catastrophe. >> what i have seen is terrible. simply terrible. >> reporter: hungary has declared a state of emergency. scientists say test samples show the levels of heavy metal are not considered harmful to the environment. as for the hardest hit areas, the government says nobody can ever live there again. in london, charlie d'agata, wjz eyewitness news. >> hungary's prime minister says he is talking with former new york governor george pataki to help get funds for the cleanup of the slumg. pataki is of hungarian descent. mary is in the newsroom with more on what happened. >> air force personnel reports someone was trying to help load the plane without a security
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badge. more than 100 passengers were then taken off the packed u.s. airways flight to bermuda, as all. baggage was then closely examined. according to witnesses, the man was wearing an airline uniform but disappeared after other workers got suspicious. as a precaution, the plane was towed to the philadelphia international airport for a close inspection. >> reporter: the flight was finally cleared to depart for bermuda this afternoon. baltimore city police are searching for the suspect wanted in the murder of an elderly man. police say that 37-year-old gary latham assaulted john sandy back in april. sandy died from his injuries in july. latham is on the run. and police believe he is still in the region. having relatives in the city and baltimore counties. also tonight, police are looking for this suspect who robbed the bp dpases station on frederick road late last month. the man is 5'8" tall with a medium build. got away with an undisclosed
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amount of money. call metro crimestoppers at 1- 866-7-lockup. this week, the federal government approved the nation's first offshore wind farm near cape cod. maryland is hoping to be next. wind makes news in ocean city during big storms. but it's everyday weather offshore that promises big opportunity. >> the wind speeds and the ocean depth off of ocean city are ideal. in fact, the department of energy classifies the winds there as outstanding. >> reporter: outstanding for wind turbines off of europe. and supporters say they could provide 30% of maryland's electricity and generate jobs. because baltimore not only has a steel mill that could manufacture parts, it has a port that would be critical to getting the turbines out to sea. >> these turbines are giant, which is why you need to manufacture them close to the
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port where you're going to ship them out. these aren't devices that you're going to see going down the highway. >> reporter: and too good not to campaign on. with governor o'malley meeting with an alliance of steel workers, backing offshore farms. >> the number 1 threat is china. while we're debating the issue, china is not sitting back. they're doing something about it. >> reporter: when it comes to turbines, china has the largest wind manufacturing plant. employing over 1 million workers, following a $440 billion investment by the chinese government. >> i think we can go forward. we need to. we really do. >> reporter: but industry isn't enough. money to build the turbines must be found. >> with a commitment from delaware, commitment from maryland, and commitment from our federal government, we can finance this new growing industry. >> reporter: until then, wind is only powering old technology. alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> now, because wind power is free, once the turbines are
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running, energy costs to consumers could be locked in for up to 25 years. right now, the cost fluctuates with the price of gas and oil. time now for a look at some of the stories you'll find in the baltimore sun. more on the report at the chelten ham juvenile facility. and an interview with ravens defensive back what loady nat a. -- haloti ngata. remember to look for the updated forecast for wjz's first warning weather team. it has been hailed as the grandest circus spectacle east of vegas. and now, the circus's cirque dreams. the acts are sure to dazzle. >> reporter: there's a new show lighting up baltimore. >> imagine the city and you have all of these people in it that do different things. >> you have these ordinary
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people with extraordinary abilities. >> it's called circ dreams alumeination. all mixed in to a broadway musical. >> plays a singing musical reporter. her favorite part of the show is robert morain's specialty. the dance phenomenon is not just a popper. >> he's a puppy contortionist. >> i wasn't very good for a couple of years. i'm sure it just looked weird to them. >> so what you're saying is, everyone has to start somewhere? >> try to bring your hand around. >> ooh. >> and touch your ears. >> you can do it. >> amazing. >> don't worry. there is no running away with the circus for this girl. of course, the cast can do
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it with a perfection that stuns even members. >> gravity defying. just a lot of colors, music, excitement. it's like your imagination coming to life. weijia jiang, wjz eyewitness news. and you can catch cirque dreams illumination. tickets are priced $22 to $72. >> possible to get a muscle spasm just by watching? >> that guy, i don't know how he did it. still to come on wjz eyewitness news. fight the flu. why experts recommend vaccines for nearly every. trapped chilan miners could be out in days, not months as feared. perfect fall weekend headed our way. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories at this hour. for updated news, log onto for ways to save.
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why not save on car insurance? [ coin drops ] [ high-pitched voice ] thanks. [ normal voice ] you're welcome. get a free quote at "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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33 miners trapped underground may be reached months earlier than expected. they say they are making quicker than hoped progress. they have been trapped in the chamber since august 5th.
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originally, they were told they might not be pulled out until christmas. the war in afghanistan enters its tenth year today. making it the longest in u.s. history. so far, more than 1300 american troops have lost their lives in conflict. taliban officials are reportedly holding talks. but the u.s. is not taking part in any of those meetings. how did john lennon's fingerprints go from a new york police station to a gift shop? that's the question the fbi is asking today. the new york times reports, the fbi seized the finger print card from a shop. the store was going to auction it off in honor of lennon's 76th birthday. lennon was shot. he said he got it from an unidentified concert promoter. discussing the best way to prevent another flu pandemic. kendis gibson reports for wjz,
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they are recommending vaccines for virtually everyone. >> reporter: this year's flu shot comes with a little extra punch. it fights three different strains of the flu, including h1n1. still, there are many who choose not to get vaccinated. >> i don't usually. i'm kind of off and on. some years i do, and some years i don't. >> the centers for disease control and prevention, is pushing everyone, age 6 months and older to get the shot this year. >> reporter: 73-year-old marvin conway knows how important it is, especially as he gets older. >> now, after you get a certain age, your immune system may not be as great as it was when you were younger. so i try to take every precaution that i can. >> reporter: the cdc estimates last year, more than 200,000 people were hospitalized as a result of the flu. and nearly 13,000 died. with the h1n1 virus being the predominant strain. >> reporter: the h1n1 virus
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triggered a pandemic last year. medical experts are hoping to prevent that from happening again. >> prevention is a best buy. flu vaccination is the best way to protect yourself against the flu. government experts stress, you cannot get the flu from the vaccine. with more than 100 million doses distributed already, they hope more people will roll up their sleeves and get vaxinated this flu season -- vaccinated this flu season. kendis gibson, cbs news, new york. >> doctors say nothing replaces the vaccine. but to help prevent the flu, they recommend washing your hands frequently, cover hands when coughing and keep your hands away from your face. you've heard from the politicians, the polls and the pundits. but what about the people? before americans go to vote november 2nd, some will have their say. we'll go straight to our poll. american voices. tonight, only on the cbs evening news. and here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street.
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we'll be right back. 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. [ woman ] ring ring ring ring. hey, your chicken noodle's ringing. ring ring. progresso. hi, may i speak to my oggy please? thank you. i'm sorry, who? my grandma. this is obviously her chicken noodle soup. only hers tastes like this, so just put my oggy on the phone. thanks so much. hold one moment please. another person calling for her grandmother. oh, she thinks it's her soup, huh? i'm told she's in the garden picking herbs. -[ woman ] i'll hold. -she's holding. -wha? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. shop giant.
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progresso traditional soups are only 10 for $10 this week. eaks to send jobs over seas. i think we need tax breaks to send kids to college. so i worked for a $2,500 tax credit to help pay for college.
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fought to get pell grants expanded and insisted that college loans go directly to kids instead of through banks. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message. because it's not about the next election, it's about the next generation. right? yeah!!! after several cool october days, temperatures are finally calming down. what is in store for the
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weekend as it approaches? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. bob is updating the five-day forecast. but first, meteorologist tim williams is live in the outback to give us more details on what we can expect tomorrow. >> we're looking at a great forecast. obviously everything has been waiting just for all of this and cloud cover to go away. and that's included. tonight, going down to 47 degrees. that's where we start tomorrow. sunshine and blue skies. less wind than we had today. and tomorrow, we go up into the mid70s. sunshine stays with us. and clear skies in to tomorrow evening. we drop into a range of 50 degrees. for the next five days, we send it in for bob. great weather for all of those high school sports this weekend. tomorrow, side, sunday. -- saturday, sunday. 75, 52. 78 by saturday. mid-70s by tomorrow. maybe 80 on monday. and upper 70s. a few clouds tuesday. maybe a brief shower by the middle of the next week. as it turns a little cooler by the middle of next week.
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the great prostate challenge continues this sunday. it's going to be a great day. part of wjz's continuing community commitment. you can get a free prostate shrining at the wayland baptist church. that's this sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for more information, log onto well, things are heating up in the latest issue of "cosmo." mark steines has the scoop from hollywood. >> coming up here on entertainment tonight, this one is all for the ladies. meet cosmo's hottest bachelors. 51 guys from across the country. >> et has the exclusive. >> reporter: and not just the compliewts exclusive -- just the exclusive, ladies. we have their e-mail addresses. >> i'm tim, mr. wisconsin. >> reporter: tim is looking for a versatile gal who can go glam on the town or rough it. >> my favorite feature in a woman is beautiful hair. >> i'm tommy, mr. virginia. >> reporter: tommy is a 26-year-
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old who wants to run his own company. >> what am i looking for in a woman? a girl with beautiful eyes, beautiful lips. >> my name is steven. i work in retail sales. >> reporter: mr. connecticut says he's a teddy bear when he's with a girl. >> biggest celebrity crush? megan fox and nelly furtado. >> hits stands october 12th, where you can e-mail mr. idaho and his perfect six-pack. luke is a law student who goes crazy. >> maybe drinks and talking. >> also tonight, hulk hogan's son in tears. his first interview after prison. plus, why is bristol palin in an igloo? and big bang's new romance. we'll have that and much more coming up on entertainment tonight. >> that's at 7:30, here on wjz 13. still to come on wjz eyewitness news tonight. denver broncos coming to town. we'll had -- hear what the raven his to say.
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but now it can make you more connected to your doctor through e-mail. test results from home. check records. change appointments. now doctors, nurses, techs, pharmacists are all digitally connected to each other. and ultimately connected to you. at kaiser permanente, we believe that if knowledge is power, shared knowledge is even more powerful. kaiser permanente. thrive. time to get loud again, with the broncos coming to town. >> denver has never won here before. and the ranked like to keep it
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that way dep ver broncos have nothing to hide. they throw the ball, they throw it a lot and everyone know its. last week, denver threw 50 passes to beat tennessee. ravens would have loved to see him try that sunday. >> any time you have a quarterback that wants to give you that many tries at the ball. >> suggs says there will be an emphasis on pressuring the passer. statistically, the ravens do have the top pass defense in the nfl. and when the ravens come in. broncos come in, they have a former raven. justin bannan. he looks forward to what is him a homecoming. >> i know them all too well. and i can tell you, it's no personal grudge match. it's kind of hard to go back
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there and say, i'm going to get revenge to guys that have always been good to you. and you've had good experiences. so really, you know, i'm just going to focus on my game plan and what i gotta do. >> and make sure justin knows knows how to get to the visitors locker room at ravens stadium. if you don't have a ticket, we will bring it to you here on wjz 13. all of the action comes your way sunday, starting at 1:00. baseball play-offs got off to a rousing start with roy halliday. historic no-hitter. and baltimore native mark teixeira, lifting the yankees home victory. the second is just under way and the twins have an early, 1- 0 lead. late this afternoon, joe madden's tampa bay rays. game 2 is a roust. connects off rays' reliever. 3-run homer. gave texas a 5-0 lead in the fifth inning. they go on to win this. 6-0. and madden lost his cool.
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he got ejected midway in the game. his rays scored one run while losing two of the games in the best of 5 series. and now, rays with game 3 in texas on saturday. a gorgeous day for golf in maryland. to potomac. the attorney that had a run here in baltimore. and no one played better in the opening round than tom kite. check out his tee shot on the par 3, 17th. it's a beauty. he'll drop it nice and close to set up a birdie that he would sink for the outright lead. it's good enough for a one-shot lead. after one round of the senior players championship. what a day ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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>> couric: tonight, 26 days till the elections, a cbs news poll finds support for republicans growing, but most americans don't believe the tea party represents them. meanwhile, how are unemployed voters in ohio feeling? >> i want a job. >> our deficit and our debt is too high. >> couric: tonight, a new series "american voices." i'm katie couric. also tonight, light at the end of the tunnel. the rescue of those chilean miners trapped for nine weeks could begin in just days ♪ imagine all the people ♪. >> couric: and imagine, john lennon at 70. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. we begin tonight with the mood me


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