tv Eyewitness Noon News CBS October 21, 2013 12:00pm-12:30pm EDT
good afternoon. i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >> we begin with today's break breaking news from out west. two separate shootings in nevada in the northern part of the state near reno. police have investigating a shooting at sparks middle school. that and an elementary school have been evacuated and taken to a near by high school. the call became in at 7:30 mt. police have someone in custody. we will continue to monitor this situation and bring you updates as we get. the other nevada shooting was over night in las vegas where three people were hit in a. -- hit. mike schuh has the latest. >> reporter: it happened inside an after hours club inside
ballys. one person was asked to leave and that person pulled out a gun and fired three shots. gambling continued at the casino but yellow crime scene tape is stretched around several slot machines. the gunman was injured and his condition and the condition of two other victims are not available. >> more on this at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. with website for the affordable care act is off to a rocky start. many people who tried to enroll have not been able to. tara mergener reports for wjz from washington. >> president obama is acknowledging his signature legislation, the affordable care act, got off to a rocky start thanks to problems with the program's website. they announced many changes to the website. consumers will be able
to view plans without filling out applications with huge amounts of personal information first. there will also be an improved cost cabbing cuelator. >> republicans call it redick louse. >> nearly half a million americans filled oh out applications during the first three weeks of sign ups. they won't say how many of them were actually able to enroll. who signs up is as important as how many. >> it depends on signing up the younger americans so insurance pools don't get filled up with older sicker americans. >> about 19 million people have visited the website. supporters say that shows even with all the problems the interest is there. in washington, tara mergener, wjz eyewitness news. >> just minutes ago president
obama spoke about the problems with the affordable care act saying the program works but the glitches need to be fixed. >> the point is the essence of the law, the health insurance that's available to people, is is working just fine. in some cases actually it's exceeding expectations. the prices are lower than we expected. the choice is greater than we expected. the problem has been that the website that's supposed to make it easy to apply for and purchase the insurance is not working the way it should for everybody. >> white house officials admit there wasn't enough testing done for the roll out. here anne arundel county police arrested three teens who had ammo stolen from a federal air marshall. they pulled over a car driven by 18-year-old brandon shreave. in his car was 70 boxes of bullets. he faces felony theft charges.
a 15 and 16-year-old are also charged with theft. a good samaritan has come forward to help an elderly couple robbed. someone has donated a new television to the couple. they continue to search for the three thieves. a blue monday for ravens fans. the team loses in the final second to the steelers. wjz has complete coverage. ron matz has today's fan cam question. we'll starts with sports director mark viviano. >> well, it is a long football season. too early to panic. ravens linebacker terrell suggst he calls a state of emergency. two straight defeats for the ravens. both of them heartbreakers. this most recent one hurts the worst because it come at the hands of the rival steelers.
>> pittsburgh has been a place for classic battles. sunday was another one. roethlisberger to miller for a short touchdown and the 7-0 pittsburgh lead. the ravens vow to improve their running game. once again yards were tough to come by on the ground. pierce dropped for a loss. they managed just two field goals in the first half. an on side kick. steelers got good position, turned that into a field goal. john harbaugh said he was trying to steal a possession. joe flacco play action fake rolls out and hits dallas clark in the end zone. that makes it 16-16. roethlisberger leads the steelers on a drive to put them
in a field goal position. didn't miss on the game winner. 42 yards away as time expired. time runs out on the ravens. a 19-16 defeat, more painful because it's a loss to their rivals. >> yeah, absolutely. you never want to lose to pits tsburgh. it happened. we're a bunch of men. everyone takes responsibility at won't point the finger. we lost as a team. >> disappoint inging out come. we have to find a way to win them. >> we have a lot of game to go. we have to continue to look for forward and be confident. it's a dog fight. >> it's the fourth straight game by the ravens and steelers decided by just three points. this one breaks a ravens winning streak after three straight at heinz field. >> the ravens have two weeks
until their next game at cleveland on november 3rd. it's the first time they've had a losing record since john harbaugh has been the head coach. >> our complete coverage of the ravens steelers loss continues. wjz is live. ron matz is at cbsbaltimore.com with today's fan cam. hey, ron. >> reporter: hi. 7 game s into the season the ravens are below 500. our question, do the ravens have enough time to turn their season around? >> i don't think they're going to turn it around. we don't have a running game. >> absolutely. 100%. never lose faith. >> we have plenty of time to get back into it. we got cleveland and cincinnati coming up. >> i don't think they have time to turn their season around. they need changes in their coaching staff. >> we're not playing good football, especially the office. is there going to be playoff? i don't think so. >> nine games left, we have
time to turn it around. get on the grind and get working. >> reporter: jessica, if there's any constellation for ravens fans we will see the steelers again in about 6 weeks at m&t bank stadium thanksgiving night. back to you. >> thank you. the ravens are tied for second place in the afc north, two games behind cincinnati. weather wise today started off feeling like november but looking like a million bucks. we're still experiencing especially clear conditions. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage for you. marty bass is in the weather center. >> hi, everybody. let's go right to the visual sat satellite photo. you're going to see a few high clouds around the area. it's almost as clear a day as you'll ever want to see if fall. 64 degrees right now is actually 5 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. we lost a little bit of that breeze of yesterday. sitting just out to the west is a frontal boundary that's going to move our way.
we start talking about this late last week. it's going to tap into a chilly pool of air. we will see temperatures 10 degrees below normal. when and for how long? those first warning weather details coming up shortly. now back to you. >> thank you. still to come on wjz eyewitness news at noon, celebrations as city halls across new jersey lets same-sex couple marry. what governor chris christy is saying. gas prices continue to drop. you don't want to miss today's pump watch report. a beautiful day outside. don't miss your updated first warning weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
state to recognize same-sex marriages. very early this morning same-sex couples started tieing the knot. mayor corely booker held serceremonies. today new jersey governor chris christy said he will not appeal the ruling. a state of emergency is in effect in australia because of wild fires of there. it was a combination of warm, dry weather and strong winds. 25 townships are under mandatory evacuation orders. one man is dead and 200 properties are destroyed. the price of gasoline continues to drop. down 2 cents in the past 2 weeks. the average gas of a gallon of regular is now $3.36. diesel fuel is down a penny. the new formula and tensions in the middle east is said to be
helping cut the prices. wjz's pump watch continues to track gas. last month it was $3.39, today it's 9 cents cheaper. still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at noon, the skies mostly clear, plenty of sunshine out there. marty is updated your first warning weather forecast. first let's take a look at today's midday stocks. ,, i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out
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fall day this is. i mean, that is just -- it's a picture postcard of what a mid to late october day in baltimore, maryland in a perfect world is supposed to look like. it's going to look like that the rest of the afternoon. 64 right now. 38% humidity. the barometer is at 30.13. it was 37 degrees this morning in cumberland, maryland. now, up to 60. isn't it amazing what a little t of sun coming will do 55 oakland, 64 easton and pax river, ocean city at 63. the district 62, 63 annapolis, kent island, greater westminster at 61. here's this frontal boundary moving our way. a few widely scattered showers tomorrow morning as this new air mass comes into the region. i think on wednesday there could be another chance of a couple of shattered showers but that's
about it. chilly is an accurate definition. the normals are 65 and 44. we get to the five day and you will see temperatures in the mid 50s. barely. 66 today. just gorgeous. tonit we will start to cloud up, 46. maybe an early shower today. other wise a gray day with a high of 66 degrees. it's the day and the nighttime number that is -- numbers that will get your attention when we show you the five day forecast. still to come, the breast milk available on line is mostly contaminated. don't miss health watch. wjz 13 is always on. here's the top stories on cbsbaltimore.com at this hour. for all the latest news and the forecast log onto cbsbaltimore.com. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
in today's wjz health watch researchers are finding high lel offense bacteria on the breast milk available on the internet. three this four samples contain high level of bacterial growth or disease containing bacteria. the scientists say without knowing what you're getting buying it online is not the safest way to feed your baby
since 2005 more than 800 patients have had instruments left inside them after surgery. the report calls for stricter counting systems for all hospitals. scientists at ucla have discover add biological clock that may help to slow the ageing process. the researchers say the internal clock gazes the age of organs and tissues and they hope it will improve their understanding of what speeds up and slowing down the ageing process. be sure to check in with wjz eyewitness news today at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. the breaking news out out of bally's casino in las vegas. a jets fan punches a patriots fan. it's caught on camera. what the jets are saying about the incident.
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>> this morning you could ease easily see the eastern shore. >> you could. >> that was as the sun was coming up. it was gorgeous. maybe a couple showers tomorrowd maybe a couple showers wednesday. just enough to annoy you to clean your car windows. the plants outside will still go you got to water me. 66 then 56. we go almost 10 below normal. then 54, 54, 56. look at the over nights 38, 37 , 37. this is for bwi marshall, which is in a relatively mild area locally if you think about where it is near the bay. i can see some folks being in the 35, 34 degree range during that period of time at night. >> cold. >> yeah, it is. room for fall to cuddle up. >> thanks. don't miss the cbs prime time line up. at 10:00 it's hostages followed by eyewitness news at 11:00.