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deep, dark secrets. troubled finances and health problems take center stage in michael jackson's wrongful death lawsuit. >> hi, everybody. i'm mary bubala. kai is off today, and here's what people are talking about. the paramedic who tried to revive michael jackson is the first to witness -- first witness, rather, to testify. jackson's mother, katherine, left the courtroom, when he took the stand. edward lawrence reports for wjz from los angeles, with more on the wrongful death trial. >> reporter: michael jackson's brother randy sounded confident as he entered court today. >> justice will prevail. >> paramedic richard senet was one of the first emergency workers to arrive at the singer's home in 2009 and tried to revive him. jackson's family left the courtroom during his testimony. the jury was shown a photo of jackson, lying unconscious, in the back of the ambulance, before he was pronounce dead at the hospital. another person was expected to take the stand today.
>> reporter: the judge refused to allow cameras in court. and the atmosphere outside the courthouse has been more subdued, than in past trials involving michael jackson. testimony here is expected expect last until late july. >> katherine jackson and others are suing aeg live for $40 million, claiming the concert promoter was negligent. murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2005 -- 2011, for giving jackson the powerful anesthetic propofol. aeg says murray was jackson's doctor of choice. >> a lawyer tried to show jurors the pop star's loving relationship with his mother and children. a second man is under arrest in the stabbing death of a cheesecake fac factor ony worker-- factory worker.
vic carter has more on the investigation into the murder of anthony black. >> reporter: derek shuller is charged with first-and second- degree murder in black's death. he joined the fight downtown. police have already charged 24- year-old matthew darby of frederick. they were apparently harassing black's girlfriend in the early morning hours of april 7th. when black arrived, a fight broke out. he was stabbed multiple times and died at shock trauma. mary, back to you. >> and shuller initially told police he was not involved in the fight and was only trying to break it up. cracking down on corruption. for the first time, governor martin o'malley is speaking about the embarrassing scandal at the city detention center. investigator mike hellgren has more on what the governor said. >> reporter: the governor says he sees no need for a mass firing of top leadership. he praised federal officials for getting involved and called on more background checks for
correctional officers. >> reporter: the governor expressed confidence in his administration's safety leaders, in the wake of a scandal, involving 25 correctional officers or inmates at the baltimore detention center, which was being overrun by a violent gang. he said he was first informed that federal authorities were getting involved last spring. >> i shared the public's revulz at these-- revulsion at these allegations. and we have a zero tolerance policy towards corruption of any kind. >> reporter: prosecutors say tavon white impregnated four officers and ran operations of the black guerrilla family gang, or bgf, from behind bars, using illegal cell phones and the cooperation of those officers. the governor called gg -- bgf, the number 1 murder gang. >> this is an ugly story. these are unpleasant.
and shocking. allegations. but, you know, wishing they would go away, doesn't make them go away. >> reporter: governor o'malley said the feds gave them no timetable for the investigation. and he said he told his secretary of public safety to give investigators whatever they needed. >> and it requires a very vigilant, internal affairs division that is constantly going after and looking for integrity lapses and corruption, wherever and whenever it happens. >> reporter: tavon white. and one of the correctional officers he is accused of impregnating, told a federal judge yesterday, they're not guilty of any crimes. reporting from annapolis, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> the correctional officer is indicted in this case are suspended without pay. well, no jail time for a baltimore county councilman, caught drinking and driving. todd huff was pulled over in february by county police. his blood alcohol level was
twice the legal limit. today, a judge sentenced huff to two years' supervised probation, with one year suspended. councilman huff will have an alcohol restriction on his license for two years. he will have to submit to random urine tests. new details today in the boston marathon bombings. the fbi says it has found female dna on a fragment of the pressure cooker bombs used in the attack. investigators searched the family home of tamerlan tsarnaev and his widow. however, if russell's dna matches that on the bomb, it still does not prove she was involved in the attack. younger brother, dzokhar tsarnaev remains outside of federal lockup outside of boston. the boston bombing, just one of the issues president obama spoke about today. he faced reporters on the 100th day of a second term in office. danielle nottingham reports for wjz, from washington. >> president obama suggested
he'll consider military action against syria, if the international community confirms president bashar assad used chemical weapons on his own people. >> the proliferation risks are so significant that we don't want that genie out of the box. >> reporter: the president addressed his ongoing budget battle with congress, prodding lawmakers to find a compromise that will replace the automatic budget cuts. >> the only way we're going to lift it is if we do a bigger deal that meets the test of lowering our deficit and growing our economy. >> reporter: the president sounded more optimistic about immigration reform, saying he is confident that a bipartisan bill in the senate that beefs up border security and provides a pathway to citizenship, will make it to his desk. >> reporter: president obama surprise -- praised the efforts of the investigators working on the bombing case. asked whether americans should worry about big public events,
everyone should take a cue from boston. >> we're not going to stop living our lives because warp, twisted individuals try to intimidate us. >> reporter: in response to the news conference, senator lindsey gram issued a statement, saying national security has deteriorated on president obama's watch. the president was leaving the podium, when he returned to comment on nba player jason collins. >> i told him i couldn't be prouder. >> reporter: president obama spoke with collins on the phone monday after he announced he was gay. danielle nottingham, cbs news, the white house. >> president obama said no stone will be left unturned in reviewing whether any sensitive intelligence was missed that could have stopped the attacks on the boston marathon. well, the boston attack has the maryland jockey club making security changes for this year's preakness stakes. fans will have to go through electronic wand searches may 17th andabyth. in addition, no backpacks or
duffle bags will be allowed inside. we'll have much more on the changes coming up live at 5:00 on wjz. our chilly, damp conditions stick around for another day. it's cloudy and cool with occasional drizzle. we want it to go away. wjz has weather and traffic together. meteorologist chelsea ingram is here with our updated weather and we'll talk to kristy in just a second. chlsy? >> thanks, everyone. we have reports of drizzle, haze, each fog. but it is much quieter today than it was this sometime yesterday. temperatures are still cool out there, around 61 degrees in washington. 57 in easton. but look at that, 67 degrees already in elkton. we'll be warming up to more of those kind of temperatures as we do tomorrow. but not until then. visible satellites show the good amount of clouds. you may have been lucky enough to see a peek of sunshine earlier today. for now, we are still stuck under the clouds. here's a look at radar, showing shower activity in southern delaware and over on the
eastern shore. and the little spotty drizzle, west of the metro area. but we are going to be drying out as we head into tomorrow, with the coast staying a little bit cooler. we'll tap into some warmer conditions, as we head into the rest of the week. but i'll have more on that in your first warning forecast. mary? >> okay, chelsea. thank you now to kristy, with a look at our roads. >> not a good start for 50 eastbound. we have an accident there, at sandy point park. it's blocking all lanes. we'll bring you more information when it becomes available. other accidents include fort smallwood at geneva road. also, center park drive at route 100, in the odenton area. annapolis area, at oakton road. and as far as delays go, west inner loop. top side inner loop slows down from reisterstown road to charles street. average speed at this point, about 30 miles an hour. and as far as 95 goes, heavy in that northbound direction, from 32 past 100. let's now take a live look. you can see, lots of volume
there on the beltway. it's 70 for the inner and outer loop. ask another live look, pretty slow on the inner loop as well. west of york road. this traffic report is brought to you by atlantic city. go to the place where no two days are ever the same. check out do atlantic city.com. find out what single tonight, this week. back over to you. still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at 4:00. >> you really can't tell the difference between what is real and what is dreams. >> these beautiful flowers can be deadly. disturbing, growing trend, young people are using to get high. bizarre robbery attempts. the victim manages to stop the suspect. but the story doesn't end here. >> stopping the stink of sweaty lacrosse gear. meet the local man with the sweet-smelling invention. it is a gray, drizzly afternoon. when we see that sun again. meteorologist chelsea ingram
tire it is cloudy. the forecast is coming up. crews are still trying to reflow to the costa concordia. workers are trying to attach hollow boxes to help set it it in a floating position. they'll use cabling s and pulleys to lift the ship up. it has been off the coast of giglio island since it crashed into a reef more than a year ago. the disaster killed 32 people, including a 5-year-old girl. amazing video. a man turns the tables on an armed robber in new orleans. he was walking down the sidewalk when someone pointed a shotgun towards him and pointed a shotgun in his face. police say off camera, the
robber actually drove up to the man, asking for his gun back. the victim didn't give it. he smashed the robber's rear windshield with the gun, pushing him to leave for good. well, some teens and young adults are picking up a new drug, right out of their backyards. flowers are now being used to get high and hallucinate. ma -- maurice dubois has more. >> report they beautiful? >> reporter: they may be beautiful, but these delicate- looking flowers are also deadly. >> wild animals are smart enough to stay away from these plants. >> reporter: but human beings are not. in a growing and disturbing trend, teens and young adults are using these flowers to get a high and hallucinate. part of the plant family, they grow everywhere, they grow next to parks, yards and schools. >> i heard about it from a friend. it was growing in his backyard. >> reporter: this man, who
asked us not to show his face, knows firsthand how easy the flower is to find and use. >> it was just intense. seeing people that weren't there. talking to people that weren't there. >> reporter: turned out to be worse than he could ever imagine, going beyond the hallucinogenic high. >> it was horrible. and it lasted two days. the after effects were terrible. we got really bad, blurry vision. like we thought we were going blind. >> reporter: user after user tells the same horrible tale. >> my trip lasted over 30 hours. you really can't tell the difference between what's real and what is dreams. >> reporter: but for many, that dream quickly turns to a nightmare, where anxiety, heart palpitations, severe paranoia, and vomiting. >> we found out later that we were poisoned. >> the plant literally poisons people. thousands chase this flower's high all the way to the hospital each year, according to the centers for poisons,
like this man, who had to be restrained to his bed. hundreds more chase it to the grave. >> the flowers bloom during the summer and are legal, but several states states have proposed legislation to ban them. more gains for wall street today. [ stock bells ringing ] all the markets finish up again, with the release of ironman 3. the dow is up 21. s&p up 4. and nasdaq up 22. let's go to new york now, where alexis christoforous has tonight's cbs money watch update. housing continues to be one of the bright spots in the u.s. economy. home prices rose the most in nearly seven years in february. a private survey finds property values in 20 cities jumped 9.3%, compared to the same time last year. phoenix led the pack, where home prices jumped 23%. new york posted the smallest gain with a 1.9% rise in
prices. americans are feeling more confident about the economy, thanks to a recovering job market. the monthly survey shows people are confident companies will hire more workers and that salaries will increase over the next six months. but weak earnings held back stocks. pfizer pulled dow lower, after the world's second largest drug maker reported disappointing earnings. but avon's quarterly loss was not as deep as expected. the cosmetics seller has been cutting jobs and scaling back its operations in an effort to turn around its business. and good news for ibm shareholders. for the 18th year in a row, the tech company is raise its dev dends. ibm is also buying back up to $5 billion of its own stock. that's your money watch. for more, go to cbsmoneywatch.com. in new york, i'm alexis christoforous. well, if you have ever picked up children from a lacrosse practice, or any practice really, you know the smell of sweat can make it an
unpleasant experience driving home. as mike schuh explains, a local man has a new way to stop that smell. >> in philadelphia, and for the bay hearts, number 26, drew westerfelt is a lacrosse player. he has endured years of the unpleasant side of sports. >> it's usually disgusting. >> yes. his gear stinks. >> i think if you talk to most parents, i think they're the ones who drive home with the windows down. >> for those of who you don't know, most sweaty, hockey gear never gets washed. and if it does, the stink doesn't go away. >> it's just the norm. i don't think there's been a way to really do anything about it. >> reporter: well, until he and some of his friends who are chemists came up with this. no performs. it gets rid of body oils and natural and synthetic fabrics. >> the sticker on the front says, let your machine do the work. it's as simple as taking your gloves and arm pads and
throwing it in the washing machine. i don't have the simple answer for why people haven't done this before. >> and he has a spray that keeps the funk from coming back. he said it works for all sports and athletics. he hopes the military and police will use it to spray body armor. finally, he's selling a spray to disinfect turf on. >> any place you have guys sweating and bleeding on that's not cleaned regularly is an issue. >> ultimately, he'd like to be the king of sports cleaning. >> i still can't believe we're talking about body odor. >> as the mother of two boys, i gotta get me some of that stuff. westerfelt said his product is in running stores, lax world, and whole food stores. coming up on wjz's eyewitness news at 4:00. the death tollirizes in -- toll rises in california, after two planes collide in midair. i'm ron matz at the
maryland zoo. where they're getting ready for sunday's kidney walk. you'll hear one family's story of the gift of life, coming up here on wjz. another damp day, with gray skies. when will the clouds clear up? wjz 13 is always on. for the top stories on cbs. com baum-- cbsbaltimore.com, for instant weather, click cbs baltimore.com. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
a live look outside from sky eye chopper 13. find me some sun out there, can you meas? >> please? >> i'll do my best, mary. you might have to wait until tomorrow. >> okay. >> we have drizzle out there. fog, haze even. just very low-laying clouds out there now. but eventually, those are going to move out of the way. temperatures are rather cool, around 59 degrees in baltimore. 60 in hagerstown. these are actually cool for this time of year. we're usually dealing with temperatures in the mid and upper 60s. elkton is the exception, though, around 64 degrees. right now, though, let's zoom in a little closer. everyone is sitting, with the
exception of elkton, 60 degrees in annapolis and kent island as well. we have that easterly wind component, it's still pulling in the moisture from the atlantic ocean. but eventually, that wind direction is going to change. and we'll look at clearing skiesa we head into the night -- skies as we head into the nighttime. here's what we're looking at. we have this plume of radar out to the east of the atlantic ocean. that's going to eventually push to the south. and anybody that can see any kind of precipitation tonight, will most likely be in southern maryland. northern maryland, as well as western maryland, is going to be mainly dry other as we head into the late evening and overnight tonight. here's what you can expect as we head into the next couple of days. all of that moisture is going to start to push out towards the atlantic and then south, as i mentioned. in an area of high pressure will continue to build in, as we head into thursday and even friday. we'll look at plenty of sunshine in the forecast, as we head into the end of the week. your bay forecast, goes like this. water temperatures around 58
degrees. we have an east wind, 10 to 15 knots. and patchy fog and drizzle likely as we head into the rest of the afternoon. for tonight, temperatures will be around 49 degrees. some drizzle, then clouds will start to break during the wee hours of the morning, let's say around 3:00 a.m., or 4:00 a.m. we'll expect sunshine and clouds as we head into tomorrow. it's going to be a much more pleasant day, with temperatures normal for this time of year. around 70 degrees. >> finally, right? >> exactly. >> let me get that sunshine. thank you. don't miss tonight's cbs primetime lineup. at 10:00, it's an all-new episode of golden boy, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. still to come at 4:00. frightening assault. at the top of the world, on mount everest, who started the fight? well, the fda bursts caffeinated gum's bubble. the government worried. jurors weigh the fate of the philadelphia abortion
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it's 4:30. cloudy and 59 degrees. hello, everyone. thanks for staying with eyewitness news. i'm vic carter. >> and i'm denise koch. here's what people are talking talking about. the fate of a doctor is now in the hands of a jury. he could face time if convicted of murdering four babies from an abortion clinic. >> reporter: jurors have begun deliberate the charges against abortion provider kermit goznel. he could face the death penalty if convicted of murdering four babies allegedly born alive at his clinic. prosecutors say he would cut their spinal cords to ensure death. he is also accused of killing a patient during a botched procedure in 2009. his lawyers say his death was a tragic accident and the babies
were stillborn. they say his clinic served desperate women in the poor community. >> reporter: besides jurors, they have to consider a host of other charges, including performing illegal late-term abortions and for performing abortions without waiting the 24-hour period. >> whether or not the first- degree and third-degree murder charges will hold is anyone's guess. >> reporter: cheryl sulkinger has -- sulkinger. >> we have seen many, many clinics like gosnel's, as far as the filthy clinics, unlicense workers and staff. >> reporter: eight people, including his wife, have already pleaded guilty in the case. abortion rights supporters say it highlights the need for safe and legal abortions. >> deliberations could take
sometime as the jury considers nearly 250 counts against gosnel, as well as charges against a defendant. we have breaking news from mississippi, in the ricin investigation. minutes ago, an affidavit was released that revealed materials removed from james everett dutch's former martial arts studio tested positive for the deadly poison ricein. the fda just put a padlock on the building. president obama and a u.s. senator were sent mail that contained the poison ricin. dutchkey is being held without bond. the fda is investigating a new product that has caffeine added to it for a new boost. >> reporter: the fda say its is concerned about a new gum for sale. this week, wrigley's introduced alert energy gum, which has added caffeine. it promises chewers, the right amount of energy right now. the fda is investigating the effects the gum might have,
specifically on children. each piece of the gum contains the same amount of caffeine as a half a cup of coffee. the agency is already investigating other safety of products like energy drinks and shots. >> the only time the fda explicitly had permission to add caffeine was in the 1950s for sodas. above ventura county, california, as britney hopper explains, the collision was caught on radar. >> reporter: fire crews were on scene, into the night, after a deadly plane crash in the santa monica mountains. officials now confirm the plane had collided with another, which made a hard landing on a westlake village golf course. >> it was, indeed, a midair collision between two -- i believe cessna aircrafts. >> reporter: the plane that went down on the golf course had three people inside. sky 9 shows two of the people being taken away by an ambulance. while another was air-lifted by helicopter.
all three occupants suffered nonlifelife-threatening injuries. witnesses say the people on board thought they had hit a bird. >> they said the reason for the crash was because they got hit by a bird, by their plane. >> reporter: this radar appears to show the two planes in question. the first airplane, a cessna, 172, was westbound. the second airplane, also a cessna 172, which had just departed from santa monica for an engine test flight, was eastbound. according to faa radar data, the flights merged, approximately 8 miles east/northeast of ventura, around 2:01. the second plane that crashed killed one person. officials say it was steep terrain as firefighters recovered the victim. >> they have found remains of one individual. and the crash site, as you might imagine, is still literally hot. the engine places the whole area up there. >> the national transportation safety board and the faa are
investigating the crash. there is trouble aboard the second most famous plane in the country. the vice president's plane, known as air force 2, is stuck in flagstaff, arizona, since last week, with mechanical problems. the plane has become a tourist attraction for people near the airport. mechanics are working on the issue. they hope to have the plane back in the air by later today. a new study finds the oysters are more powerful than researchers thought when it comes to cleaning up rivers and bays. the city released by the oyster recovery partnership, finds oyster reefs placed in the chop tank river have already ruined hundreds of pounds of harmful nitrogen. researchers say if more are put in, nearly half of the nitrogen could be put in by one of the bay's tributaries. it's been another gray, gloomy day. you can see the clouds still hanging around out there. wjz has weather and traffic together. bob is here with the updated numbers from first warning weather. they'll hang around.
but they're not nearly as low as they were yesterday. they're beginning to lift, still a few areas of spotty drizzle. take a look at radar. very light, scattered drizzle in a few spots. most of it on the eastern shore in delaware. a little batch west/southwest of baltimore now. spotty drizzle. not going to last a long time. and we do expect to see some improvement late tonight. take a look why. new jersey, northern delaware, northeast maryland. getting in clearing and temperatures have really responded up there. temperatures right now, up to 67 in elkton. close to 70 in philadelphia. but only in the 50s and low 60s most other places. so tomorrow, with sun coming back, yes, we'll get up close to 70 degrees. denise? >> thank you, bob. let's check on thed radios with kristy breslin at we'll traffic control. >> hi, denise. hi, everyone. well, we have trouble out there. an accident that happened just moments ago. it's at 195. it's now on the shoulder. the delay was much thicker,
just a minute ago. but now it looks like it is easing up a bit. but if you are traveling northbound 95, traffic is, as you can see, solid back to 32. looks like it is just continuing to build out there. as far as the rest of the region goes, if you're traveling on the west side inner loop, from 95 to 70. on the top side inner loop. stop and go there, from charles street to york road. it's going to take you at least 15 minutes to get through that delay. average speed, about 30 miles per hour. 70, westbound, stop and go there, 29 to marriottsville road. we're back to the accident, northbound 95, at 195. also crashes include fort smallwood at geneva road. and center park drive at route 100. you can see, things just crawling along there on the bet way, -- beltway of york road. no improvement. the outer loop, definitely heavier at this hour at 70. this traffic report is brought to you by pnc bank. see your business cash flow in
a whole new way. you can visit their website at pnc.com, at cash flow website. thousands of people will be lacing up their sneakers on sunday. and it's all for a good cause. baltimore's annual kidney walk is set to start at the maryland zoo. ron matz has more on thissier's walk and one family's -- this year's walk and one family's gift of life. >> reporter: winnie will be wearing her tux. thousands of others will wear their t-shirts and their hearts. >> reporter: six years ago, erica jones received a kidney from her brother troy. >> we explained to my brother and brother what was going on. and immediately, he stepped up to the plate and said, tell me when and where i have to be. and what's mine is yours. >> reporter: the surgery was performed at johns hopkins hospital. >> my best friend, you know, we've always been close. so it was a no-brainer to me. couldn't stand to see her half
to suffer. >> their team is team gucci. there will be activities for kids and much more. >> winnie will be one of the ambassador systems. >> that's right. she is an african black penguin. >> erica is doing well. >> i am so blessed. with my support system. i cooperate ask for a better brother. better family. a better group of friends. >> reporter: ron matz, wjz eyewitness news. wjz's jessica kartalija will emcee. part of the community commitment. for more information, log onto cbsbaltimore.com. >> win, win. straight ahead on wjz eyewitness news at 4:00. fear filling the tank.
a hot air balloon, carrying seven passengers, crashes into the pacific ocean, off the peruvian coast. five women were rescued and hospitalized, after spending nearly nine hours, clinging to a balloon basket. two others, the pilot and one man are missing. none of the passengers were wearing life jackets. according to officials, the company was not called to operate balloon lights. three days after an intruder stabs an 8-year-old girl in her home. teresa garcia has more on the
search for her killer. barney fowler and crystal walters held hands and at times cried, while sheriff's investigators in california, offered new details about the murder of their daughter. 8-year-old lella was found -- lelawas found stabbed saturday. >> we will not rest, until we capture the responsible person. >> reporter: lela's 12-year- old brother said she saw someone in the home around 12:00 noon. >> he saw this person, and the person left the house,
a fire breaks out at a busy gas station. terrifying others. richard thompson has more. two women got out of a white jeep, got out of a truck and hit another woman with baseball bats. then a man popped out with an air soft pistol and started shooting towards the jeep. a man at the jeep fired back with frozen paint balls. a customer, about to leave the store, stopped when she saw the commotion. >> she's lick, oh, my god -- like, oh, my god. >> reporter: then a man pulled out a 22-caliber pistol, and shot the person with the air soft gun twiceful another hit
the store window, shattering the glass. >> it's a miracle. it's a miracle that no one was injured, other than the combatants. >> geez tho are inside the store are angry anybody would put so many innocent people in danger. >> it was bad. it was scary. there was people crying. >> it's the highest level of stupidity to me. you are putting people in danger that have absolutely nothing to do with whatever was going on. >> police say the gun -- battle was sparked by a drug deal gone bad. a rare look inside a sophisticated drug tunnel. it is in a busy park four blocks from the border. an elevator goes down in a tunnel, which is nearly four football fields long. it was reported after someone reported suspicious activity and was never completed. 17 people were arrested for building the drug pipeline. the tunnel would likely have ended somewhere in san diego. dozens of people risk their
lives every year, trying to climb mount everest. now, some of them say they nearly died in a brawl, halfway up the mountain. soaght doang has the story-- seth done has the story. >> reporter: this weekend, three climbers say they faced a human foe. >> they just tried to kill us. >> the sherpas tried to kill you? >> yes. >> reporter: swiss mountaineer told us the napoli sherpas, who usually help westerners summit, turned against them. >> they said they would kill you. do you believe them? >> yes. i mean, i got hit by rocks, by sticks. >> reporter: staff his two-week climbing partners claimed the brawl was touched off when they tried to climb around a group of sherpas who were working to
fix a roke to the side of the mountains. the shernas -- sherpas announced that the group had knocked ice on them and injured someone on their team. this all unfolded at an altitude of roughly 22,000 feet. when they returned to camp 2, they claim a mob was waiting. they described the encounter in a written statement. 100 sherpas had gathered together. they became instantly aggressive, and not only punched and wick kicked the climbers, but threw men rocks as well. >> they told us if we did not leave within an hour, they would kill all three of us. and they also told us, we could not come back here. >> classroomb -- climbers are heading back down today. stir a hungry camel almost bites off more than it can chew. and it's caught on video. they began feeding cameras --
camels. but when the food ran out, the camel didn't stop. now, the family is home safe and sound. alia is looking for a second trip back through safari. it's like camel love. >> it's a wild animal with big teeth. i don't think i would have waited around that long. >> no. it's a happy ending, though. we are. i definitely would wash your little hands when you got home, really well. another gray start to the day. >> bob turk has the updated ,,,,
something%. but dew points down to 53. yesterday, it was up to about 57, 58. that's good news. the barometer, 30. 23. actually rising. as an area of high pressure over new england begins to kind of nose down into the region. that will help to dry things out. 64, elkton. right now, philadelphia is close to 70. so not that far away. there's a lot of sun, much nicer temperatures heading our way the next day or so. 57, easton. a little milder with sun. westminster just came in at 63. must be some breaks there. and bel air also at 66 now. annapolis and kent island, at 60. mainly, we have these east winds. they will be a little strong from time to time. and tomorrow, news of small craft advisory on the bay, beginning tomorrow. still have winds to the east. we still have high pressure to the north of us. that spins off the atlantic ocean. also low pressure that is weakening finally off the carolina coast. and that's turned into winds again out of the southeast. so between these two, we have
had these winds off the ocean. keeps bringing in moisture. remember yesterday, denver was in the 70s. right now, they're in the 40s. they expect to see late tonight into tomorrow. 3 to maybe 6 inches of snow in the tent area. and a few spots in iowa, nebraska and portions of the dakotas, could see as much as 6 to 8, orine 10 inches of snow. a little cold shot of air coming in that northern plains for those poor folks. unfortunately for us, high pressure will build in. we do expect to see a lot more sunshine. and we should stay dry, looks like, pretty much for the rest of the week after tonight. let's just call it pleasant and dry. very nice spring-like conditions headed our way the next few days. that high finally builds in. and the coast will be cool. but we'll be a lot pleasant. and milder, too. east winds, 10 to 15. bay temp still at 58. tonight, then spotty drizzle. clouds break overnight.
49. sunshine and a few clouds. >> thank you, bob. still to and on eyewitness news tonight. revolting and shocking. i'm mike hellgren in annapolis, where governor o'malley makes his first comment on the prison scandal in maryland that is making national headlines. what he knew about it. and when. and when. and what he plans to do now. ,,,
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