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down and kill american children in florida....." and he continued on...."this year, he wrote, the most activist supreme court in the history of the uni9ted states and radical factions of gun owners, gun manufacturers, and marijuana users are challenging the very fabric of the nation...." (5:45:31) (mimi verdonk) "it just comes off a little bit rough, wrong. (abell) "is it offensive? it could be offvensive. i don't think that is the intention...." (5:43:53) "if you've read the email at the bottom it says dean of destruction....." already, leaders of two student organizations have criticized the email....saying its indicative of a political bias on campus..... (5:50:04) (abell) "according to his office, doctor dorland was not here on campus today but in an earlier interview with fox news, he claimed he was not intending to make a politcal statement but simply stir interest in a student event." at the end of the email, dorland invited students to a lecture by former naacp chairman julian bond. those who know him....were not phazed.... (5:44:24) (rachel abbott) "i think he's just a jokester he
sometimes delivers emails with the weather report attached to it. (abell) "you're not offended, no i'm not...." (5:45:10) "i just think people need to stop being offended by so many things.:" (abell) (5:52:03) "doctor dorlande maintains he is a-political meantime university officials have yet to comment. in college park, jeff abell, f ox 45, news at 5l:30..." and that bring us to our question of the day. do you think the dean's email was politically motivated? go to fox- baltimore dot com and tell us what you think. you can also sound off through facebook.
send us a tweet.. at foxbaltimore. and you can text your answer to 45203. enter fox45a for yes.. or fox45b for no. president obama defends his signature health care law to thousands of students at prince george's community college. his visit comes just days before a key provision of the affordable care act goes into effect... and millions of americans without insurance can purchase a plan in an online markeplace. open enrollement begins october first...the same day that funding for the government runs out if lawmakers don't come up with a temporary spending bill. the president is blasting republicans who have pulled out all stops to repeal the law. obama: some have threatened a government shut down if they can't shut down this law. others have actually threatened an economic shut down by refusing to pay america's bills. if they can't delay the law. that's not going to happen as long as i'm president." / / obama says: "in the wealthiest nation on earth, no one should go broke just because they get
sick. the senate is currently debating a house bill that will keep the government running but will strip funding away from obamacare. democrats are likely to restore funding, but some republicans argue the health care law is too burdensome on individuals and small businesses. learning what your best insurance option is before the affordable care act goes into effect at the beginning of the year, could be as easy as logging online. as... amber miller explains,... consumer reports... has launched... an... online questionare .... aimed at... steering americans... in the right direction. the questionarre asks less than ten quetsions. and then provides advice on the steps you should take before the affordable care act is fully implemented. at this quaint coffee shop in north baltimore... ((sot- harriette bannister)) harriette bannister and ben mcclamrock log onto health law helper dot org, answering eight simple questions. ((sot- ben
bannister is employed and lives with her husband her results say, she should stick with her employer's insurance. and while she plans to further investigate she thinks that might be her best option. ((sot- harriette)) the final step for marylanders is logging onto maryland health connection dot org. it's described as a one stop shop for health coverage in the state. online applications and sign up will be avaliable on this site october first. amber miller fox 45 news at 5:30. how are the roads looking tonight? brandi proctor has our traffic edge report. map shawan map greenspring bat natl pike
a... stolen check... of... almost... a... million dollars.../ and... it... ended... with an undercover sting... operation... and that's not even the unusual twist. (michael van de putte, us postal inspector) "we were contacted by the attorneys of a real estate management firm in the suburbs of a tax refund check that they were missing." (v/o) the check value--- more than 900- thousand dollars. (michael van de putte, us postal inspector) "checks like the one in this case of approximately $955- thousand dollars are not often negotiated at your local bank branch." (v/o) but the irs- issued check was stolen within a day. (michael van de putte, us postal inspector) "after an investigation we found someone attempted to create a bank account in the
name of that business and cash that check." (v/o) the mastermind - named dion franklin - paid a young woman to open that account and asked her to deposit the check the next day. postal inspectors quickly nabbed that person and enlisted her in their effort to find the others involved. (michael van de putte, us postal inspector) "this person decided to cooperate with us, as it was in their best interest, and agreed to wear a surveillance device and attempt to get the mastermind." (v/o) inspectors then set up a meeting. (michael van de putte, us postal inspector) "they began talking for 40 minutes and several different occasions mentioned the check and why she hadn't gotten her money yet why the check hadn't been cashed, what went wrong?" (v/o) then, a bizarre twist. (michael van de putte, us postal inspector) "he then tried to turn around and blame everything on the informant which forced us to do lie detector tests on both individuals and the scheme came out that he was the mastermind and was the one who came up with the idea." (v/o) inspectors say the lead criminal often takes advantage of
those less fortunate. (micel van de putte, us postal inspector) "i got a quick way to make $50 or $100 or even up to $500 all you have to do is open this bank account and use your name and they put themselves in the line of fire." dion franklin pleaded guilty to theft and embezzlement of public funds. he was sentenced to 18- months of jail time. they're not cuddly or cute! where... wild hogs are terrorizing... a suburban neighorhood! and why residents... are so afraid of what they can do! emotions... ran high... in
ran high... in bangor, maine... wednesday.../ after... a judge ...agreed to accept... a... plea deal... for a man... initially... charged... with murder..../ 32-year-old... lawrence ... sinclair... was killed... march 2012.../. michael carter... was charged... with his murder. loved-ones... of... sinclair and carter ...got into... an... all- out brawl ...outside the court..../ moments earlier,... the... judge approved...
carter's guilty plea... to the lesser charge... of manslaughter.../ and... he was sentenced... to 16- years in prison. the wild... comes... to... an... atlanta suburb. feral pigs.. on the loose! some residents... say... at least four of them... are out.. / eating garbage... , chasing kids and scaring parents.../. feral pigs... can grow tusks ...and become aggressive. "he was probably that high and maybe four feet long." "i mean we're talking in pounds...like how many pounds?" "300, 400 pounds." "he came running back here. he kinda just made his way back here and right about where you see those stumps right there." de--kalb county... animal control... also is concerned... about the wild hogs.../ they've hired...trappers to capture them. - react to story - toss to vytas - backyard bbq
throwback to the old wishbone.. it requires mobile quarterbacks who aren't afraid to take a hit...and aren't afraid to get upfield... the bills have a pretty good one..rookie ej manuel...and the ravens are taking steps to insure they control both manuel..and the read option... " i think it was every other day in otas and about every other day or so in training camp, we actually had a period called 'read-option period' [or] 'read- zone period.' whether we carded it or whether the offense just ran it, basically with tyrod [taylor], so we practiced really quite a bit against it in the offseason and in training camp." and...more encouraging signs from the ray rice front... after sitting out against the texans last sunday with a strained hip flexor, rice practiced again for a second straight day.. stll listed as doubtful, rice could sxee action against the bills.. the organzational position is that rice's injury is not that serious, and tghe biggest issue is his ability to play thru pain..and that's what they're watching for this week.. we'll see....
mile... doesn't sound too hard... but... imagine... doing it.../ while wearing... a... 75-pound bomb suit. first lieutenant... ashley sorensen... recently broke the world record... for the fastest mile run... while wearing ...an... e-o-d... bomb disposal suit.../. she... clocked in... at... 11---minutes... 6--seconds..../ that... beat the previous record... by more than... two minutes.../. sorensen... trained for a year and a half... to be able to complete the run. that's all for fox45 news at 5:30. "family feud" is next. and we'll be back ton
steve: how's everybody doing? how you all doing? that's good. hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. you know what? we've got another good one for you today. returning for the second day from fort lauderdale, florida, it's the hatcher family. [applause and cheering] and all the way from burlingame, california, it's the hubbard family. [applause and cheering] everybody's here, they're going to try to win themselves a lot of cash, and a shot at driving out of here in one of those head-turning ford fusions, baby, right there. that's a nice car. [applause and cheering] let's play "feud," everybody! give me ken, give me diane. let's go! [applause and cheering] [laughter] i love it when you're all at your house practicing what you're going to do. [laughter] all right, here we go, guys.
top 8 answers on the board. instead of a thermometer, what might a nurse stick in an annoying patient's behind? [buzzer] ken. >> a wooden stick. steve: a wooden stick. put that right there. [laughter] stick. [bell] [applause and cheering] diane. >> her finger. steve: her finger? [laughter] what would you do that for? [laughter] >> they're feeling for, you know, things. steve: for what? [indistinct] stop, stop saying that. >> okay. [laughter] steve: put a finger! [bell] [applause and cheering] fist! a fist! pass or play? >> we'd like to play. steve: a fist? what is the fist for? [applause and cheering] don, how are you doing, man? >> fine, sir. steve: remind everybody what you do for a living again. >> i own an insurance agency, and i've been in insurance many years. steve: all right, congratulations. you guys are the champs, let's go.
instead of a thermometer, what might a nurse stick in an annoying patient's behind? >> a needle. steve: a needle. [applause] [bell] [applause and cheering] >> [laughs] steve: hi, heather. >> hi, steve. steve: the reason the hatcher family's on the show is because the younger sister, haley, is married to chad, and they have... >> two children. steve: two children. heather isn't married, she's older than haley... >> [laughing] steve: and the only one losing their mind in this whole situation about this is miss diane. >> [laughing] steve: and so this is why miss diane signed up for the show, so we could get her baby girl a man. >> [laughing] [applause] steve: all right, let's go. instead of a thermometer, what might a nurse stick in an annoying patient's behind? >> a cotton swab. steve: a cotton swab.
[buzzer] audience: aww... steve: chad, how are you feeling today? >> great. steve: firefighter, right? >> firefighter and paramedic, yup. steve: great job, man. instead of a thermometer, what might a nurse stick in an annoying patient's behind? >> i'm going to go with a scope or a camera looking down in there to see what's going on, you know? steve: put that camera down there. [applause] it's not what you're thinking, folks, they're very small now, they're real-- it's a little tube camera. >> not that camera. steve: not that polaroid. not the one your mamma had, where the picture come out, and you've got to fan it. no, they ain't talking about that one. put that camera in there, and take a shot. [imitates camera clicking] [bell] [applause and cheering] hello, haley. >> hello, how are you? steve: good, good. instead of a thermometer, what might a nurse stick in an annoying patient's behind? >> a scalpel? [applause] steve: well, put that scalpel! [buzzer] audience: aww... steve: okay, diane, we've got to be careful here, we've got two strikes.