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>> good morning. coming up next on eyewitness news, a state trooper injured in an accident. plus, they can run but they cannot hide. the libyan wanted for more than a decade that is the only u.s. custody. and we head into the week of government shutdown. good news and bad news on the capitol hill gridlock. and -- >> on the road again. i'm mark viviano. the ravens have flown south to take on the dolphins. we will hear what coach john harbaugh says about the big challenge coming up. >> a live look outside. a bit tropical in the area but there's a big change in the weather on the way. the updated first warning weather forecast. >> and from handmade ironwork
to one of a kind courses. the festival has it all. more than 250 artists. life at the maryland state fairgrounds. details. eyewitness news is seconds away. >> this is wjz-tv. baltimore. >> from cities to the counties to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news statio. >> good morning and welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i'm gigi barnett. >> and i'm tim williams. temperatures in the 60s. >> tropical. >> that fog along with warm temperatures and the moisture just really feels like it should be somewhere with a drink with an umbrella in it. visibility is a challenge this morning. slow down if you're out and about. keep your headlights on.
you probably need your wipers as well because of the missed. 66 degrees. 70 in ocean city. 59 in oakland. our daytime high today goes into the mid-80s, much like it has been over the last several mornings. 89 degrees, our forecast high today. your complete forecast in a few moments. >> here's a look at the stores were keeping an eye on. i maryland state trooper in serious condition after being struck by a car. investigators say happened around 1:00 this morning at route 100. jacqueline klein got out of her cruiser and was walking on the shoulders to help a k-9 officer with a traffic stop. suddenly, a vehicle hit her throwing her through the rear window of the k-9 unit slamming into the metal dog cage inside that vehicle. she then fell off the police car and into the ditch.
henrique guseman was behind the wheel. no word yet on what charges he could face. breaking news from washington. one worker killed and two hurt in a fire inside the dc metro tunnel. hydraulic fluid was leaking from some equipment and caught fire and exploded as workers were wielding overnight. a portion of the redline track is closed for the weekend so there were no passenger trains around. most wanted captured. pentagon says the al qaeda leader link the 1998 u.s. bombing in south africa in u.s. custody. wjz reports with the newly released details this morning. >> reporter: the fbi's most
wanted list for years with a $5 million bounty on his head, the senior al qaeda leader was indicted for the 1998 embassy bombings in kenya and tanzania. hundreds of people were killed. u.s. forces finally caught up on the streets of tripoli capturing the libya. the pentagon would only say there were some casualties and no americans were injured or killed. the group claimed responsibility for the attack on a nairobi shopping mall two weeks ago. more than 60 people killed in the four-day terrorist assault. >> the radiance amalia involved commandos stormed a beachfront house. u.s. navy seals did not get their target there. no end in sight. day six of the government shutdown, but some financial relief is on the way for federal workers. house lawmakers passed a bill that will eventually reimburse furloughed workers for lost pay. the bill allows the defense
department to eliminate furloughs for thousands as well. going back to week this week are those responsibilities who contribute to the morel, well-being, and readiness of service members. on the army air force game that went on despite the shutdown -- >> many people thought the game would be postponed or even canceled, but a last-minute approval by the department of defense cap came as scheduled. reported good to of the naval academy. >> we bring a lot of good to a lot of things. >> but the game will was almost a no go. on the 80s sports were left in limbo on october 1st, but some remain confident the game would go on as scheduled.
>> ran into a former governor, and he said, i guarantee the game will be played. >> despite the state -- the game going on, there are still some services not available at the academy because of the shutdown. still no paycheck for federal employees. >> it's slightly perverse in my opinion. we have the professors and the civilian staff and they don't work yet somehow this money available. everyone loves the game and everything, but priority steam out of whack. >> the game does have its economic businesses for local businesses hoping to increase visitation will make up for money lost in the shutdown. >> if people are getting paid, entertaining goes first. >> game going forward, money lost could be made up substantially.
>> we will see in a couple hours. >> wjz eyewitness news. >> the decision to restore services provided to the military should include reopening of the naval academy's library and commentary. the man who set himself on fire on the national mall in washington dc on friday has died of his injuries. dr. say his parents were so severe that have to use dna and dental records to identify him. the man died at a washington hospital. investigators are now looking into why he did it. baltimore county police investigate a shooting and this morning. it happened in the 7100 block of darlington drive. details are not very clear right now but we do know that the victim is being treated at a local
hospital. we will bring you more details as they become available. >> turning to sports. ravens fans hope to see a much better performance, sunday in buffalo. the team is in miami and as sports director mark viviano reports, it will be a difficult challenge away from home. >> reporter: good morning. while the ravens face multiple questions as they hit the road to miami, nine players are listed as questionable. that means a 50/50 chance that they will play. for those questionable our receivers. why this questionable as well. now, the team left the come from him home for a road game searching for the win away from baltimore this season. flynn the crowds or just the way the team plays, the ravens proved they could win road games in the playoffs last season. they are 0-2 away from home this season. >> if we don't play well on the road, will have a problem.
will have to overcome it. we need to come out of the gates. we need to start fast. we need to overcome whatever adversity. but we need to play good football. we need to do it on the road. >> this road trip features a matchup with ryan tannehill. he's in his second nfl season. it was a defeat at new orleans monday may backdrop miami's record to 3-1. the ravens defense is looking to rebound from a bad game at buffalo. though be looking to put pressure on tannehill. sacks 17 times this season. that's the most any quarterback has been brought down this year. the ravens need to win to keep pace with the first-place cleveland browns who are 3-2. enjoy the game. back to you. >> you don't want to miss all the excitement. see the ravens take on the dolphins today at 1:00 right here on wjz
13. tropical storm karen downgraded to a tropical depression. the national hurricane center says the storm is expected to move near parts of extreme southern portions of louisiana. right now the storm has winds of about 35 miles per hour, and in new orleans the army corps of engineers continues closing barriers designed to keep the storm surge out of the canal. plus, the storm is not kept its tropical storm characteristics. also a plus but it will get some rain. as we've been saying, we will get the rain without all the damage. >> a change coming in the forecast this week. temperatures that really are normal for this time of year. it's just going to feel like winter because we've gone from 90 degrees yesterday, got to 90 degrees. was not a record but we got to 90. back around 70 degrees coming
this week which is normal for this time of year. get used to normal. the ravens are down in miami. the temperature about 87 degrees. dallas clark, 87. that's his jersey number. hopefully, we will equate that with the number they identify. they will have a heat index. we haven't had a heat index. we have had the warm temperatures. this is miami we are talking about. mid to upper 90s. we will see how well our birds to running around for the heat and humidity because that's what they deal with. sunshine out there trying to burn through some of that fog. the dewpoint hi, temperatures as well. we've been seeing that moisture forming overnight turning into fog. that's what you are dealing with this morning if you are out and about. we see improvement year. visibility improves quickly and we start to see a good bit of
sunshine through the afternoon, much like yesterday. 68 degrees right now. 67 is the dewpoint. when those numbers online, the air is saturated. that's what we're dealing with right now. east wind at 3 miles per hour. 30.03, barometer reading. we are looking at temperatures all around the immediate metro area in the mid to upper 60s to about 70 degrees. see these numbers. 68 columbia, 67 westminster, 70 rock hall. winds coming in around central maryland. 3 miles per hour. that easterly flow bringing in moisture, so you get a little of that as well as the dewpoint. here's what we're dealing with now. still sitting under the warm front that's been pretty stationary around southern portions of new york. this cold front following.
responsible for heavy snow in the dakotas up to about 3 feet out there. this cold front extending all the way down to the gulf is tapping into this moisture from what is now tropical depression karen. you see the spin out here is going to kind of fooling this activity in our general direction. the cold front moves in by tomorrow. tomorrow morning we may start to see showers. the clouds increasing, but through the day and into the afternoon, we see heavy rain, definitely storms involved in this, and then the front moves through. temperatures drop. they will stay with us through tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow is pretty much a washout. it will start to clear out on tuesday, and then behind it sunshine again and the temperatures drop. we will get back down to normalize. our sunset today's at 6:40. south winds on the bay. temperatures going up to about 89 degrees.
call at 90 degrees if you want. 56 degrees tonight. mostly cloudy, warm, and humid. tomorrow, a day of rain primarily through the morning and afternoon. 80 degrees and then the drop in temperatures. 73, 72. close to normalize with a good bit of sunshine through the week. >> still ahead on eyewitness news sunday morning. motorcycle madness. why a police officer who witnessed this attack did nothing to stop it. >> plus, security breach. the latest on the shooting death of a woman outside the white house. >> and on the lighter side, we are loving this one-of-a-kind creations. i'm sharon gibala live at the festival. details after the break. >> but first, here's a look at yesterday's winning lottery numbers. good luck. ,,
>> welcome back to eyewitness news on the sixth day of october, 2013. taking a look. the good bit of sunshine if you look up well for street-level. it's hard to believe if you go out and about now that you'll see fog. riding through some pretty dense fog. a lot of moisture. 2.75. that fog just sits overnight
and starts to build. it will burn off quickly. today looking like temperatures much like they have over the last few days. 59 oakland, 67 elkton, 70 in ocean city. our forecast high today just around 89 degrees. we did hit 90 degrees yesterday. son and warm afternoon. mostly cloudy and warm but still humid. tomorrow look for heavy rain that will linger through the day and into tuesday morning before we start to see clearing. your complete forecast coming up. >> first, back to the other top headlines. a new york city police detective stripped of his gun and badge after admitting he was at the scene of a violent confrontation between an suv driver and a swarm of motorcyclists. officer was undercover but he admits that he didn't want to ward off the attack for fear he would blow his cover. he came forward several days after the incident.
last weekend dozens of bikers attack him. his family says he may never walk again. the memories of the sandy hook school shooting are too vivid and horrific for some students and teachers, and now a new elementary school is in the works. voters in newtown, connecticut approved a $50 million grant from their state to build a new elementary school. at the school was the set of our horrific mr. back in december 2012 were 26 people were killed. the students have been attending classes at a neighboring school in montreux. that's not far where the school building will be knocked down and a new one will be built. police reviewing the killing of a woman who try to ram her car through white house. miriam carry was shot to death and secret service agents and capitol hill police fired shots during
the incident last week. kerry was driving a black infinity with her one-year-old daughter in the back when she ran the white house barricade. she then led police on high- speed chase to the capital. the fbi says she drove to washington from her home in connecticut and she was under the delusion that the president was communicating with her. >> breaking nearly century-old early autumn snowfall records. a snow storm system smothering south dakota's black hills. up to three and a half feet of wet, heavy snow as people are digging out. once they are all, they are finding roads impassable. more than 80 drivers were stuck in cars on raleigh -- on snowy roads overnight. the only way to get through them is by snowmobile and snowplow. >> with the weather today, it's completely opposite of that. should have something planned today. do you have something planned? >> no, but i may find something. enjoy this last day. >> get out to the fairgrounds,
the craft festival with hundreds of artists. >> sharon gibala is out there. you are out there every year when it comes to town. i think you take your credit card. you got anything in store today to buy? >> there's not anybody here to accept my credit card, but i did bring cash just in case. but i do love this one. i love to peru's. it's a great place to come today if you're looking to get away from the heat. it's air-conditioned with more than 250 artists, and one of them is jean. she is a local maryland artist. she makes these beautiful creations. they are each one-of-a-kind. good morning. >> good morning. thanks for having me. we start by designing the bag and then i handed the bag completely. this goes into the washing machine with very hot water. it begins to shrink.
while it is shrinking, i'm stretching in shaping and finally air drying it. ultimately, this bag is transformed into this bag which renders a fiber that is waterproof, will not stretch, and it will not tear. so it's a fantastic fabric for handbags. we have a couple designs here that i'm showing which are very popular. we also have the ability for women to create their own bags. >> and with the season changing, i can imagine that the wool bags are becoming very popular. >> they're very popular. they're lightweight and very durable. as i said, you can toss them on the airplane for or car floor and not have to worry about them. they used for the wool under the saddle of the horse and then riding horse, moisture, agitation, and heat. it would pound it into a fiber that warriors would wear into battle. it's difficult to even puncture. this is our most popular bag.
leftover bits and pieces of yarn. as i mentioned, the flowers are all optional. >> i can imagine the purple is very popular. if you want to come in and look at the bags or any of the other 250 artists, they are here until 5:00 today. we are at the maryland state fairgrounds. it cost $10 to get in. coming up, we are going to with another local man who does international work. very interesting. >> very cool. looks like at least two or three of those bags match your current app -- current outfit. >> i was looking at this one right here. i like it. it could go with anything. >> we will check back in about 20 minutes. sharon gibala reporting this morning. >> still to come on eyewitness news sunday morning. >> she has a super bowl ring, and ravens fan heart. now he's expecting a baby.
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what was tropical storm karen. 73, 72, 70, 73. temperatures very close to normal high with a good bit of sunshine through the week. >> ravens torrey smith and his wife have become creative to tell the world they're pregnant, and the announcement goes viral. >> tens of thousands of people are liking it. >> reporter: the announcement went viral. torrey smith and his wife, a schoolteacher, announced online they're expecting. >> i saw it on facebook this morning. super cute. very exciting. >> the pair is seen scarfing down pasta and the word we are on part of the pasta jar prickle. the play 60 event, they chimed in on the teams big news.
>> i was excited and stuff. i was surprised. >> this isn't the first time the pair is taken to social media in a creative way. earlier this year they came up with a rap video to get her students ready for the standardized test. the college sweethearts married in june. >> torrey has long talked about how he has been prepared for fatherhood, raising his younger siblings. >> i know everything about being a parent except having my own kids. when my time comes, i'll be good to go. >> and that time is now with his own baby raven on the way. >> we don't know the baby's gender or due date, but baltimore is sending their congratulations. wjz eyewitness news. >> he won't be the only new father. >> joe flack zero just became a father for the second time last month. >> congratulations to all. they're still much more to come on eyewitness news sunday morning, including a state trooper recovering after being hit by a car.
gigi barnett and meteorologist tim williams. it's wjz, maryland's news statio. >> good morning and welcome back to eyewitness news weekend edition. >> a bit of fog. definitely very moist. humidity levels are hot. add that to the warm temperatures, it feels pretty tropical. >> like you should be at the game in miami. >> drag your tv set out. feels just like you got a front row seat. it's a pretty nice start to the day overall. there is a visibility issue at least for some areas. fog has been pretty dense in some locations. give that a chance to burn off. the sun is already up if you look over the horizon. looking at temperatures just around 66 degrees at bwi marshall.
we are now looking at the check- in temperatures. 58 now oakland, 67 in elkton, 70 ocean city, 71 toward dc. fog will burn off with some son and warm conditions through the afternoon. overnight lows going down just to around 60. that will be the average. mostly cloudy and warm. head into tomorrow, look for a good bit of rain. pretty much a washout. some of the moisture moving into the region. your complete forecast in a few moments. >> thanks. first, let's take a look the other stories people are talking about . a maryland state trooper in serious condition it shock trauma after being struck by a car. investigators say it happened around 1:00 this morning at route 100 and caps on road in pasadena. jacqueline klein got out of her cruiser and was walking on the shoulder to help the k-9 officer with a traffic stop. suddenly, a vehicle hit her throwing her through the rear window of the k-9 unit and slamming into the metal dog cage inside the
vehicle. she then fell from the police car and into a ditch. investigators say henrique and guzman was behind the wheel. no word on the charges that he could face this weekend. good news and bad news from the nations capital. day six of the government shutdown, and there's no end in sight, hundreds of thousands of workers and employees are being told to return back to work. susan mcginnis reports for wjz from washington. >> reporter: many of the workers furloughed during the shutdown will soon be back on the job. defense secretary chuck hagel says he can legally bring back most of the three and 50,000 civilian department of defense employees . as for the rest of the government workers sitting at home, the house unanimously passed legislation that would give furloughed employees retroactive pay once the shutdown is over. >> doesn't do me any good right now. >> the it manager for the national science foundation has
encouraged that pay, but the wife says build are already piling up. >> if those checks doesn't come in, what happens to you? >> star praying. >> well hundreds of thousands of workers will go back on the job and others wait for pay, there still no deal in sight to restart the government. >> republicans say they want to negotiate healthcare with president. >> this administration has been almost absent when it comes to discussions in working out our differences. >> the president and democrats say there will be no negotiations until the government is reopened. >> this crisis could be over an hour. >> meanwhile, a message for lawmakers. >> the house, the senate, and the president need to come to some sort of consent. >> something they are no doubt hoping for. >> and civilian workers who may be brought back to work should wait for further word.
grades turn up a suspected terrorist on the most wanted list. the rate in libya captured an al qaeda leader indicted in the 1998 bombing of the u.s. embassy in east africa. libyan militant is now being held. he is high on washington's most wanted list and the capture means a big -- a major auch bob militant believed to be involved in the recent tenure mall attack. it had to be called up because of heavy fighting. in montgomery county, more than a dozen people in the hospital recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning. fumes from a broken generator spread to the middlebrook apartment in bethesda. firefighters tested the air and discover the gas was lethal. employees say six of 15 victims are in serious condition but have non-life-threatening injuries. the home of edgar allan poe shuts his doors last year for renovation, but this weekend
visitors got a sneak peak of the national treasure. the reopening of the house comes as readers are marking the anniversary of his death. >> reporter: two bedrooms, no bathroom, and a small kitchen. the edgar allan poe house and museum on amity street needed some upgrades. now after a six-month, $80,000 renovation, the work is done. >> this is the oldest house where we know for sure that he lived, that he wrote. >> the president, the nonprofit group that operates and restored the house, she says the upgrades to the home highlight the writer's life in baltimore. >> it's not just at -- just about edgar allan poe in his house. it's about his brother legacy. >> he lived in the house between 1833 and 1835. it's owned by the city now and almost 200 years old. getting a sneak peak during the month that he died was the most for
longtime fans like julie and bob neal bauer. >> i think it's more about mood. we will see if they've captured the mood of the time. and of the work. >> the house will be open from noon until 4:00 p.m. every weekend this month and admission is free. this anniversary of his death is tomorrow, october 7th. >> the 190-year-old lady baltimore overlooking baltimore's courthouse square. the new temporary home is the maryland historical society in mount vernon. since 1822, the 8-foot statue set of the top of the battle monument. turning to sports. ravens fans hope to see a much better performance than what they saw last sunday in buffalo. the team is in miami. as sports director mark viviano reports, difficult challenge
away from home. >> they face multiple questions, including injuries as they hit the road to miami. nine players listed as questionable. that means a 50/50 chance that they'll play. four of those questionable our receivers and starting cornerback live various web is questionable as well. now, the team of the comfort of home for a row game still searching for the first win away from baltimore this season. when the crowds and the other stadiums or just the way the team plays, the ravens prove they can win road games in the playoffs last season. well, they are 0-2 away from home this season. >> if we don't play well on the road, we are going to have a problem, and we have to overcome it. we need to come out of the gates. we need to start fast. we need to overcome whatever adversity we face in the course of the game, but we need to play good football. and we need to do it on the
road. >> this road trip features a matchup with miami quarterback ryan tannehill. he's in his second nfl season. the dolphins are coming off their first loss of the season. it was a defeat at new orleans monday night that dropped miami's record to 3-1. the ravens defense looking to rebound from a bad game in buffalo. the ravens need a win to keep pace. the ravens defense looking to rebound from a bad game in buffalo. the ravens need a win to keep pace with first place cleveland browns. enjoy the game. back to you. >> thanks. and you don't want to miss any of the excitement. see the ravens take on the dolphins today at 1:00 right here on wjz- 13. still time to sign up with the wjz football challenge. go to cbsbaltimore.com and click on links of the top of the homepage. you must be over 18 to play. the contest runs through the end of the regular football season. one entry per person and you compete with people nationally. go to cbsbaltimore.com and
sign up now to play. >> ravens and miami. you set our weather feels somewhat like there's. >> pixel temperatures about the same. looking at about 89 degrees as our high. the game starts about 87. that's about the difference. the only difference is going to be the fact that they have a heat index. heat index is going to be high. >> and their pool is still open. temperatures in the 60s. a good bit of fog out there. this is what the meister does for us. dewpoint going up, relative humidity is very high. moisture is creating the fog, the fog is on the ground. it takes a while for it to burn off. the fun really starts to get going. an east wind at 3 miles per hour. that will continue to bring in the flow from the bay and ocean depending on how far east you are. 30.03, the barometer. 69 upton, 70 on the shore, 71
patuxent river and dc. around the immediate metro area, everyone in the mid to upper 60s through the low 70s. that's pretty much the last morning we have -- one more morning of mild temperatures, but it will be the last weekend we have at least in the foreseeable future of these types of conditions. the flow from the east is with us for the day but then the winds pick up going into tomorrow. that's ahead of the front moving our way. let me give you an idea of what we're looking at. this is the reason all that moisture coming in brought a lot of snow. up to 3 feet of snow in parts of south dakota. on the east side of this, it has created tornadoes and hail. we are on the warmer side, and we are tapping into what is some of the meister from what was tropical storm karen. it's now a tropical depression. that moisture will rise and move into the region. we will start to see the clouds really moving in late tonight
and into tomorrow. tamara by the beginning of your brush going to work, showers pick up. through the day they'll be very heavy. cannot rule out localized flooding. potentially thunderstorms before it moves out of here. the front clears out by tuesday morning and we improve very quickly with a good bit of sunshine. we are closer to the normal high of about 70 degrees. our sunrise officially today at seven '09. sunset at 6:40. today 89 degrees. fog in the morning will burn off. look for the sun and warm temperatures in afternoon. for the next five days, 80 tomorrow with rain to the day lingering into tuesday morning. 73 right on into friday temperatures in the low 70s. >> still to come on eyewitness news sunday morning. wouldn't it be great if you can buy everything you need in one basket? coming up, we talk about a service just like that.
>> it doesn't look like it, but it's partly cloudy and 68 degrees in baltimore. welcome back to eyewitness news weekend edition. it's the granddaddy of all craft shows. it's at the fairgrounds this weekend. >> the craft fair has one-of-a- kind crafted work and pottery and sculpture and glass. we are joining sharon gibala live at the fairgrounds with more. >> reporter: more than 250 artists that are all here. every single one of them seems to the story and a very unique craft. this morning we are checking to make vincent. he does i and work, which is so cool because some of his clients include ralph lauren and pottery barn. very interesting. good morning. >> good morning. what are you working on here?
>> i've been looking -- working on this book. >> i can make anything. i say it's ornamental work for the home and garden. could be something for the insight or the outside, could be civil fireplace tools or a decorative item. >> i thought you had a lot of crap items. i can imagine their hot seller. >> as long as i'm in the maryland area or the eastern shore, all of this goes very well. >> you were saying that you do 20 shows a year. one of them being the festival. how has it been? >> it's been busy friday and saturday, and today will probably a good day to. >> you were also mentioning be were getting ready for the christmas season. you have to get a lot of stuff done because one of your big clients is ralph lauren. >> the christmas stocking hooks, taste the season.
>> you are going to be doing some demonstrations today. >> i have for demonstrations at 10:30, 12:00, 1:30, and 3:00. it runs about a half-hour and is always entertaining for the kids. they love to see the smoke and fire. >> we like it too. it's a good place if you want to get a little air-conditioning. they open at 10:00 and go till 5:00. it's $10 to get in. back over to you guys. >> ironman with a sewer hammer. >> did you see this table to the right? >> very cool. >> isn't that cool? >> yes, it is. >> very for the eastern shore home. >> sharon gibala reporting live this morning. seeing christmas presents. >> still to come on eyewitness news sunday morning. need help making a meal? somebody can save you lots of money and time and help you support local ,,
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