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healthcare.gov, grill by lawmakers. new concerns about the website. eyewitnesseyewitness news at 4:00 starts now. team in turmoil. a young nfl player walks away from the game. >> the young in harassment, and the man speaks out. >> i'm mary bubala. here's what people are talking about. >> we are hearing now from richie incogcognito, for the first time since he was suspended. admitted that he harassed a teammate. now there is video of him. >> leaving a doctor's office, richie incognito had little to say over allegations he bullied a miami dolphins teammate.
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>> i'm just trying to weather the storm right now. this will pass. >> reporter: in his first interview about the controversy, he was calm, each tempered. [ bleep ], a far car from the shirtless richie incognito, screaming racial inprofannities at a bar. [ bleep ] >> reporter: he prances around the table. at one point, he hugs fellow dolphin mike pouncey, who seem unfazed by the slurs. but what you see here is an example that former dolphin can encounter of what likely happened in the team locker room. >> there's nobody there to tell him what's too far. there's no other alf famales to stop him. and he's running crazy. >> reporter: crowder, a radio talk show host in miami, played with incognito. crowder said strong personalities on those dolphins' teams kept him under control until now. the nfl is investigating
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whether they bullied another player. incognito's reputation goes all the way back to his college days, a decade ago. he was suspended twice. tony dungy said incognito was not on his draft board in 2005. >> we had the category, do not draft because of character. richie incognito was in that category for us. >> reporter: also today, a newspaper is reporting that dolphins coaches asked richie to go hard on martin, to toughen him up. >> the ravens talk about the issue of hazing in professional football. college students, targeted in towson. and baltimore county police believe the same three men are responsible. denise is live in the newsroom with the latest on these crimes for us. denise? >> reporter: well, mary, a 20- year-old student, from goucher college, was assaulted and robbed by the three suspects monday night. this came less than 24 hours after a towson university
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student was robbed and stabbed in the same area, along burke avenue. that person is hospitalized, in serious condition right now. in both robberies, the victims' cell phones were stolen. because of the wave of recent robberies, police are urging students and residents to use caution while walking in the dark. and travel in groups. mary? >> denise, thank you. police are also stepping up patrols in the area. more on what towson university students are doing to keep safe. new at 5:00. we now know the identities of two men shot to death in fells point. sky eye chopper 13 was over the scene of 200 block of wolf street. police say kyle fer rain and curt fer rain died after being shot in the head. no arrests, but also no motives for the killings. a baltimore city police officer pleads guilty to extortion and identity theft. prosecutors say 26-year-old
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andrea roane, of pikesville, used police databases to provide names and social security numbers of people arrested to a person who could obtain fraudulent tax returns. she now faces between 5 and 9 years in prison, when sentenced. too close to call. only a few dozen votes separate the two candidates for mayor. as of right now, republican challenger is ahead of incumbent josh cohen. however, more than 300 absentee ballots must be counted. once that is done, a winner must be determined, most likely by tomorrow. back on the hot seat in capitol hill. president obama's point person on healthcare reform is once again grilled about why the website is still not working. melissa rainy reports from washington. >> no more excuses. no more spin. just give us the truth. >> reporter: health and human services secretary, kathleen sebelius was in the hot seat again today. this time in front of a senate
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finance committee. she said instead, the focus is on doing routine upgrades. >> in the first week it was loaded, it took about 8 seconds for a page to load. today, it was less than a second. >> reporter: senator cornin appearing to lose patience with sebelius, when he said the president's promise of like your plan, keep your plan, isn't true. >> i'd like to ask you a simple true or false question. is that statement on the white house website true? or is it false? >> sir, i think the statement is -- >> is it true or is it false, madame secretary? >> i think the statement is that you can keep your plan. the 11 million who are in the market, a majority of those people will keep plans. >> my time is limited. so i would just ask that the record note that you have refused to answer my question, whether it's true or false. >> reporter: later, cornin
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pushed farther, asking why no one has lost their job over the botched website. >> the only thing i can conclude is that it is impossible to do something in this administration that gets you fired. it's impossible. >> reporter: i'm melissa rainy, reporting. >> the chief information officer at the government agency responsible for the launch of healthcare.gov is stepping down. tony tranquil told colleagues he is leaving for a job in the private sector. a very nice, almost spring- like afternoon today this november. not a bad day to be on the job for construction workers, working on a church in north baltimore. a father and son take sometime to play fetch with the family dog here in druid hill park. nice day for that. and let's take a look outside. enjoy these warmer temperatures while you can. more changes are around the corner as you can imagine. wjz has weather and traffic together. meteorologist tim williams is updating our first warning forecast. kristy breslin is waiting. >> definitely a delightful afternoon. if you have not been outside,
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just wait until you go. and definitely take a minute if you can. 64 degrees right now, at bwi, thurgood marshall. 72 in cumberland. 62 on the shore. 60 in elkton. dew point at 49. it's not overly dry. but it's not very humid. so it's just a comfortable air mass in place. our normal high is 60 degrees. normal low is 39. that gives you a little bit of an idea on where we sit. just around 6 degrees warmer today than this time yesterday in central maryland. but look at the temperatures out from hagerstown, out to garrett and allegheny counties. 22 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. we have changes. kai talked about, enjoy it while you can. we have a front poised out to the west, moving across the great lakes. extending from the great lakes to texas. and the rain ahead of it is going to get here late tonight into tomorrow. probably lingering until about noon or so. but on the western side of that, high pressure builds in. but it looks like it's going to get colder. we'll have your complete first warning forecast. we'll talk about the timing, mary,ing come up in-- coming up in your first warning forecast.
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here's kristy breslin in traffic control. >> hi, mary. hi, everyone. a couple of accidents we're watching so far this afternoon. if you are traveling along rolling road. an accident on old court road. also watch for one, 29 north on the off-ramp to broken land parkway. that's going to cost you a couple of minutes. as far as delays go, northbound 95. slow traffic there from 32 to 195. then watch for another slowdown along northbound 95, from 395, over to the fort mchenry tunnel. as far as the beltway goes, just crawling along on the top side inner loop, from greenspring avenue to harford road. with an average speed of 24 miles an hour. on the west side inner loop, stop and go there, 95 to liberty road. not quite as bad. still moving as about 41 miles per hour average. as far as your overall drive times, on the inner loop, 83 to 95. 39 miles per hour average. and 14 minutes to get by. let's take a live look. you can see, the flow of traffic not too bad there on the beltway at harford road.
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this traffic haven't is brought to you by michael and sons baltimore. call to get 10% off $100 more of your plumbing, heating and electrical needs. >> thank you, kristy. the young sumatran tiger cubs at the national zoo in washington, make a very wet public debut. the cats born -- oh, look at them. how big they are. >> oh. >> dumps them in there. okay. you know what? pretty soon, he's going to be able to grab that guy by the nape of his neck or warm waters. they were given a swim test -- swim test. first went the male cub ben gar, who had to climb out to safety. then sister, shucasitta took a dip. she didn't like it as much as her brother, but both cubs did pass the test. they will be part of the exhibit, beginning november 18th. what kind of memory do sumatran tigers have, tim? mary? >> i think a very good one.
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i know your face and i'm going to get you someday. >> beautiful, though. that's gorgeous. but i would not want to be the one that did that. >> no. still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at 4:00. so everybody started -- everybody panicked. everybody started running. terror in the terminal. a teacher wounded in the shooting inside l.a.x., speaks about the panic. r. shootout in the streets. a wild scene that unfolded in one pennsylvania neighborhood. i'm ron matz. it's time to buy your miracle ties, to help the johns hopkins children's center. the story coming up here on wjz. and a very nice, early november evening. but changes are coming. stick around for the updated first warning weather forecast. ,,
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it is partly sunny. 64 degrees in central maryland right now.
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the complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. a huge inferno ripped through part of a small town in iowa, destroying several businesses. flames lit up the sky over an entire block of buildings in west union. the buildings are connected. so it was difficult for firefighters to contain the fire. firefighters knocked one building down completely, hoping to stop the flames from spreading. no one was hurt. it's unclear what started the fire. three people are recovering from gunshot wounds today after a shootout, near harrisburg, pennsylvania. all caught on tape. surveillance video shows three men approaching a home on 15th street. seconds later, two of the suspects opened fire while running away. now -- now, the three victims are suspected of running by. police think they are victims of a homicide the night before. speaking out from a hospital bed. serene branson reports from reagan ucla medical center with the story.
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>> reporter: the calabasas high school theater teacher remembered the dram that -- drama that took place when someone opened fire. >> some went into the bathrooms. i continued down the hall. >> reporter: brian ludmerwas on his way to a wedding. >> i remember a couple of tsa folks in the hallway. and i wasn't looking and it hit me in the leg. >> reporter: a bullet hit his calf and shattered a bone. he crawled away and hid. >> behind the counter, in a little store, there was a door to like a little store room. these are all from students. >> reporter: now with his mother in from chicago at his side, as he recovers, he reads the well wishes from students and reflects on his gratitude for airport police. >> the feeling of relief of hearing voices and hearing that it was, in fact, police, was -- i can't even describe. >> reporter: tsa agent gerrardo
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hernand was killed. two other officers wounded are now out of the hospital. a big day on wall street. the dow closes on record highs. let's take a look at numbers. the dow was up 128 points to close over 15,746. the s&p is up 8. but the nasdaq is actually down 8. let's go to new york now, where alison harmelin has tonight's cbs money watch update. >> stocks remain higher in midday trading with dow jones industrial average, taking on solid gains, and sending major indexes into record territory. blockbuster will soon be a thing of the past. the last 300 locations nationwide, will be shutting down. dish network, who owns the brand, says it will also close its mail-order dvd business. dish says it will focus on the digital blockbuster at home service, as well as blockbuster
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on demand. starbucks says it wants to hire american heroes. the seattle-based coffee giant plans to employ at least 10,000 veterans and military spouses over the next 10 years. they want to match unemployed vets and their spouses with jobs throughout the country. and denver-based company says it will open 100 quizno's in the next 10 years. they also plan to expand to north korea, singapore, and the philippines. that's your money watch. in new york, i'm alison harmelin. if you're shopping for a holiday gift, look no further than the miracle tie. they're on sale, starting today. ron matz reports, some of the thrills is meeting the designers. the young children at johns hopkins children center. >> i'm wearing your tie this morning. what do you think of that? >> pretty cool.
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>> reporter: lila's favorite time is winter. so she designed the holly tie. >> holly is a plant you see in the winter. so i chose to draw that. >> reporter: the miracle ties are all drawn by the young patients at the johns hopkins children's center, sold by joseph a. bank, who presented hopkins with a $60,000 check from last year's sales. >> we are happy to be able to partner with the children's center. so we can make these children's stay there a little easier while they in there getting treatment. >> what's your name? >> bridget. >> reporter: 5-year-old bridget received a heart transplant when she was 2. love her snowman tie. these kids are inspiration, personified. >> it's amazing. like show the world, just like what i have. and how, like my diagnosis, it's not as bad. >> they are resilient in facing really hard, medical challenges. but when you allow them to play and to draw, it's easy to
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remember the child that they really are. >> reporter: children, on a mission. >> every buckaroo we make will be worth making one person get better. >> reporter: ron matz, wjz eyewitness news. >> all right. now, this tie, mary, was made by madison hoffet. she's 11 years old. and the title of madison's tie is, "santa, go green." >> so cute. it's good for the environment, too. they are all great artists. they come up with such great ideas, too. i love it. miracle ties are available at all joseph a. banks locations. and you can get them online. >> since it started, the miracle tie foundation has raised $950,000 for the kids at hopkins. >> i love it. and it involves them. and it's a great gift. >> you hit it. i think the fact that the children designed it make its the best. >> i like this one, too. still to come on eyewitness
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news at 4:00. controversial issue. prayers at the start of government meetings? why the u.s. supreme court is taking the issue on. >> go ahead. there's a little girl, riding her bike on the side of the highway. dangerous situation. a girl rides her bike on the shoulder of a highway. see what happens. it is beautiful out there now. but chilly temperatures. yes, they're coming back into our forecast. the updated, first warning weather forecast is coming up. >> wjz 13 is always on. for the top stories on cbsbaltimore.com, instant updates and first warning weather all the time, click cbsbaltimore.com. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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oh, my goodness. what a gorgeous day outside. i can't even believe it's november outside, guys. >> doesn't feel like it. >> it's amaze. >> these temperatures are a little above, as you saw. it's like 22 degrees warmer out in the western part of the state. >> amazing. >> so still time to go out and maybe take a walk. maybe rake some leaves. >> lots of leaves. >> lots of leaves, you're right. and this is a great time to do it. just keep in mind, have you to
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do it soon. sunset now, just after 5:00. you only have about 35 minutes before sunset to go out and enjoy these nice conditions here for this early fall. 64 degrees now. again, giving you perspective. the normal high now is 60 degrees. we're a little above. a little on the mild side. 58% relative humidity. south/southeasterly winds responsible. 9-mile-per-hour winds. or what we're experiencing across central maryland. 30.22, the barometer reading. around the state, temperatures ranging, here they are, from about 72, in cumberland, to about 62 degrees on the shore. we have 67 in elkton. 64 in the nation's capitol. around the immediate metro area. 62 in annapolis and kent island. 63 in rock hall. and 66, the magic number in westminster and in bel air. here's that southerly wind. we have high pressure off the coast of new england. and we are seeing the clockwise flow, bringing in the southerly wind. from that dynamic. and then we have a low pressure system that is moving into the
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region. counter clockwise flow. also bringing in the southerly wind. that's contributing to the mild warmup for this midweek. rain is headed our way. that is going to be here late tonight and into tomorrow. we'll start to see the clouds thicken. but for now, good bit of sunshine out there. we're calling it a partly sunny afternoon. here's the system. extending into the border of texas. and on the western side of that is colder air. we have the warmup now. temperatures are above. we'll get a bilt of a cool snap. we'll call it a cold snap. temperatures in the 50s. but that cool snap means that after the rain moves through tonight, and into tomorrow, the time, it should start wrapping up by about noon tomorrow. we'll start to see clearing. this high pressure brings in the cooler air. it will be breezy as the front starts to move on through. and we're looking like we're in the clear for the next five days or so. small craft advisory goes into effect and stays with us through the afternoon. mostly cloudy and mild for tomorrow.
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or tonight, shisay. 58 degrees, the -- i should say. 58 degrees. and some returning. showers end early. not too bad overall. but looks like things really get nice into the weekend. getting cooler. >> thanks, tim. don't miss tonight's prime time lineup. tonight at 10:00, it's an all- new csi. and ravens looking to end their three-game losing streak. watch the team take on the bengals this sunday, at 1:00, live on wjz. still ahead on eyewitness news at 4:00. clock mayhem at the mall. less than 48 hours after a deadly shooting. a popular mall reopens. the increased security. and i could hear somebody screaming, get off of me. get off me because [ bleep ] get off me. >> recounting her decade of terror. more from michelle knight's exclusive interview with dr.
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it is 4:30. 64 degrees. mostly sunny. hello. thanks for staying with eyewitness news. i'm denise koch. >> and i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about. the mayor of the fourth largest city in north america, admits to smoking crack. but the mayor of toronto says he is not going to step down. jarica duncan reports for wjz with more. >> do you smoke crack cocaine? >> what does that mean? yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. >> reporter: it was that admission by toronto mayor, rob ford. >> have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors. >> that later led to the question about has drug use and his plans to serve as mayor. >> i know what i did was wrong.
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and admitting it was the most difficult and embarrassing thing i have ever had to do. >> reporter: for several months, ford denied claims that he uses drugs. >> what don't you understand? >> reporter: he even yelled at reporters last week. they went to confront him about a video the police chief says shows the mayor smoking crack. >> i'd like to see this tape. i don't recall there being a tape or video. i want to see the state i was in. >> but police say there isn't enough evidence to charge him with a crime. and ford says he sees himself as a mayor who loves his city enough to tell the truth. >> folks, i have nothing left to hide. >> reporter: jarica duncan, wjz eyewitness news. >> and mayor ford says he plans to finish out his term and run for re-election next year. trying to get back to normal, the garden state plaza
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is open today for the first time since monday's shooting. kai is live in the newsroom with details. >> that's right. most of the stores in the mall are open. and shoppers can still see remnants of that frightening incident. employees and shoppers ran from the mall. 20-year-old richard shue of t- neck fired into the air. retailers collected personal items left behind by shoppers and staff before reopeninged it. -- reopening today. >> more than 200 people held a vigil for the gunman last night. more shocking details from one of three women held captive in ariel castro's home for over a decade. jessica kartalija has more from dr. fill's part 2 of his dromattic interview. and the shocking confession. >> knight was lured into castro's home in 2002. todaying she talks about what it was like when he kidnapped
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two more women, abusing all three of them for years. >> held captive in this cleveland house of horrors, michelle knight, amanda berry, and gina dejesus, were kidnapped and abused by ariel castro for years. >> he said, i can abuse you, and nobody will care. >> reporter: now, michelle knight says in addition to being physically and sexually abused, she was emotionally abused as well. >> to have somebody come in your room, day after day, telling you, your family don't care about you. you never had a family that loved you. >> reporter: knight was the first of three women kidnapped. >> i had to help him drill holes in the wall. to put the chains through, to hook us together. >> he was forcing you to prepare a new torture chamber for a new victim? >> yes. >> next came amanda berry. then gina dejesus. >> i could hear somebody screaming, get off me. >> did he rape her in front of
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you? >> yes. >> after being raped multiple times, knight became pregnant. >> this is now in your third year. how many times did you miscarry while you were in captivity? >> five times. >> and did he brutalize you every time he found out? >> every time got worse than the other. >> reporter: knight was allowed outside just twice. once to dig a giant hole. >> was it big enough to be a grave? >> yes. for one person. there's a time in the house where i was going to die. gina picks me up into her arms and tells me to come back. you can't go like this. i begged her to let me die. and she wouldn't do it. [ crying ] >> we found them. >> reporter: in may, the women were rescued by police. >> we ran out at the same time. and the first thing i said, after grabbing the lady is, we're going home! >> i wanted to kiss the ground i was walking on and thank god for letting me get out of that
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hell hole. >> reporter: knight was the first to talk openly about what happened inside that house of horrors. the other two women, gina dejesus, and amanta berry, -- amanda berry are working on a book together. >> knight has nerve damage in her hand and has vision problems. it may be the result of being held in captive for years. >> ariel castro was found guilty earlier this year and was found dead in his cell last month. several robberies in the carne area. one theft occurred a week ago on the sunoco. the fepale occasionally wears nurses' scrubs. anyone with information should call police. a scare this morning at anne arundel county.
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29-year-old kenneth carpenter of annapolis was spotted in a hallway. he did not have permission to be there. police arrested carpenter and searched for other possible trespassers. none was found. carpenter was charged with burglary and kidnapping. charging prayer at the start of government meet beings. tear -- meetings. >> reporter: for the past 14 years, the town council of greece, new york, has started its meetings with a prayer. usually led by clergy. >> we ask to the name and to the merit of jesus christ. >> reporter: on wednesday, the supreme court heard arguments whether the town's prayers are constitutional. >> i don't think they were asking that there not be prayer. i think we're asking for it to be inclusive. >> reporter: susan gallaway, a town resident, who is jewish, and linda stevens, who is an atheist say the premeeting prayers violate their rights because they emphasize christian beliefs. >> when you are told by a
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pastor to stand up, bow your head and pray to jesus, it can and -- and you don't do that, it can be intimidating if you object. >> reporter: the town hall settled the issue, 30 years ago. that ruling said opening prayer is part of the nation's fabric and not a violation of the first amendment. >> it's something we do in the senate, every day before we meet. and it's something we've done for over 200 years in the capol. -- capitol. >> they are given different opportunities to pray. >> we can pray how we want. >> reporter: a group of atheist protestors exercised their right to free speech. while a pastor led a group prayer. >> in washington, tara mergener, wjz eyewitness news. >> the supreme court is expected to issue a ruling in the case next spring. we're enduring some unseasonable temperatures across central maryland today. outside right now, it feels more like spring than the first week of november. wjz has weather and traffic
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together. bob is here now with the updated numbers from first warning weather. bob? >> very lovely day. a lot more sun than we'd expect. some temperatures got even a little warmer. mainly in the mid- to upper 60s right now. still the plenty warm out there. look at cumberland. 72. even oakland up there at 2500 feet. it's 63 degrees. ocean city, even cooler at 62. we're at 64. hagerstown at 66. very pleasant afternoon. we're running seven degrees warmer than yesterday. but look at that. oakland, 26 degrees warmer than yesterday. and cumberland, 22 degrees warmer. we have some changes, of course. we have shower activity out to the west. along that frontal boundary, which will come through here tomorrow. look are for some showers, make overnight into about the noon hour. after that, things will clear out, and get a little cooler. but it will be breezy and mild tomorrow. the showers coming in. and temperatures take a bit of a nose dive again, as we head into friday and the weekend. denise? >> all right.
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thank you, bob. let's check on the roads now with kristy breslin, at wjz traffic control. >> hi, denise. hi, everyone. a new accident on the inner loop of the beltway at the jones falls expressway. it's blocking the two right- hand lanes and really tying up traffic at this point. other accidents include 100 westbound at 95. quarter staff road at martin court. east northern parkway at harford road. and philadelphia road at ridge road. now, as far as the delays go, 95 continues to struggle, from 32 over to 100 in that northbound direction. as far as the beltway goes, on the west side inner loop, watch for brake lights there, from 95 to liberty road, with an average speed of about 24 miles per hour average. top side inner loop, largely due in part to the accident at the jones falls expressway. having delays stretching from stevenson road past harford. let's take a live look. as you can see, traffic beginning to slow down there, once you approach greenspring avenue. this traffic report is brought to you by bill's carpet, hardwood and laminate, too. call them at 1-877-75-bills.
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back to you. >> thank you, kristy. straight ahead on wjz eyewitness news at 4:00. like something from a video game. a high-speed police chase in texas. how it ends. high-profile murder case. amanda knox's knox's ex- boyfriend testifies alt their trial, even though she's thousands of miles away. >> bob is back with the first warning forecast when we return. ,,,,,,,,,,
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a police chase in texas stretches through four cities and continues for almost seven miles. dash cam video from a police cruiser shows suspects fleeing from police speeds up to 120 miles per hour. the chase finally came to an end. the motorist was arrested and remains in jail, on charges of dwi and reckless driving. the ex-boyfriend of amanda knox appears in a courtroom, where the two are facing a retrial for the murder of a
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british student. >> reporter: rafael solechito, made an emotional plea to an italian court to give him back a real life. he and his ex-girlfriend, ark manda knox, -- amanda knox, are facing their third trial for the murder of british student meredith kircher. the defense got a boost when they said the dna on the knife, belonged to knox, not the victim. they say this backs up claim it was a regular knife used for cooking. knox and solecheto was convicted and sentenced to prison. but italy's high court ordered a third trial, saying the acquital was full of contradiction. amanda knox is not in court. in september, she told british tv, she's too scared to return to italy. >> i was already imprisoned wrongfully. i was already convicted
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wrongfully. >> reporter: at the hearing, solecheto said knox was his first true love, and he did not take the actions seriously enough in the beginning. he said he was too caught up in his romance to consider what was happening. >> there will be another six hearings before the verdict is announced in january. a georgia couple is charged in the horrific death of a little girl, whose body was found burned and stuffed in a trash can. police say 10-year-old eymani moss died at the hands of her father and stepmother, after the abuse of not being fed regularly. police in suburban atlanta say her parents tried to cover up her death by stuffing her body in this trash can and lighting it on fire. the two have a history of violence. in 2004, police say the child's father beat her biological mother. and in 2010, her stepmom was convicted of child cruelty. eyman and tiffany moss are
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charged with felony murder, and concealing a body. vic? >> mary, thank you. the couple is expected to appear in court on friday. an emotional crowd gets a chance to sund off -- sound off on the shooting of a california teen. they are calling on the district to take action against the deputy who shot and killed 13-year-old. >> protestors started the day at a standing-room only, board of supervisors meeting. the meeting was the first since sonoma county deputy er -- erick gailhaus. they pointed a gun at him. turns out it was a toy. >> i found out what truly happened. >> reporter: vince harper has been holding meetings with parents since the shooting. he said latino parents have raised this we. >> how can -- this question. >> how can i trust that when i
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call police, this won't happen to my family? >> reporter: hours later, the crowd traveled to the d.a.'s office. protestors want a former garage to indict deputy gailhaus on murder charges. the d.a. said her office will wait until the investigation is over before weighing in. it was a long and emotional day. >> as a mother, i want to wrap my arms around the lopez family and tell you how... sorry. >> reporter: protestors say they won't give up. to pressure those in power. >> reporter: now, the investigation of the shooting continues for deputy gailhaus. for any videos caught of a little girl riding her bike on a busy interstate in milwaukee. >> there's a little girl, riding her bike on the side of the highway. >> reporter: thanks to quick reaction from callers, deputies were able to catch up to the
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girl and reunite her with her family. police say the girl was supposed to go across the street to a relative's home. in tonight's wjz healthwatch, a study shows millions of americans sit for up to 11 hours a day. and all that sitting is taking a toll, contributing to chronic diseases. as alexis christoforous found out, that's why treadmill desks are catching on. >> reporter: as managing partner of a new york law firm, kelan cavanaugh was often spending 15 hours a day at her desk. so last year, she got a new one. >> what kind of work can you actually do while walking? >> you can do almost anything. while walking at the one-mile- an-hour pace. >> reporter: cavanaugh spent $1500 on this treadmill desk. she reads, e-mails, and talks on the phone, walking between 1 and 2 1/2 miles an hour. >> the american heart association recommends we take 10,000 steps each day. that's about five miles. and that can be a challenge when your job keeps you behind
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a desk. >> reporter: cardiologist, allen rosans key says it's critical to make the effort. >> sitting all day, getting no physical activity, is equivalent to smoking. it's that big of a risk. >> reporter: he uses a pedometer to count his own steps and says most of us should do the same. because inactivity can lead to high blood pressure, diabetes, and osteoporosis. that has led to more demands of treadmill desks. life span says sales have tripled. kelan cavanaugh bought a second one for employees to share. >> it was very difficult to sit all day. and i knew that it was not good for my body. i just knew it. >> reporter: she says walking keeps her fit and focused, which is why doctors insist, with or without a treadmill, it's worth going the extra mile. alexis christoforous, wjz eyewitness news. >> well, if you don't have a treadmill at work, doctors suggest, get up from your desk
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every hour or so, move around, even take a standing break. a swiss expilot has taken the term to a -- sightseeing to a new level. this dare devil went around mount fuji on a single jet pack and kevlar system. this is not the first for the filot. he has flown over famous landmarks, such as the grand canyon and the english channel. >> i wonder how he lands? >> very carefully. >> get me down. i know that's what you want for christmas. but not in my budget. bob turk has the updated first warning forecast coming up next. this is a map of the pressure points on my feet.
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here's a live look owz right now. i'll tell you, we have had some of the most beautiful sunsets. >> that is one beautiful sunset. >> that is going to cost you. see some clouds out to the west. we have a front that is going to get in here tomorrow. we're talking about a tenth of an inch.
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maybe a quarter of an inch. not a lot. just enough to mess up your clean car and wet the leaves. let's take a look at temps now. a mild afternoon. ahead of that front. 64. south/southeast winds at 9. humidity up to 58%. want dew -- the dew point came up a little. barometer is falling, 30.32 inches. 63 at oakland. and we're at 64 here. 66, easton. elkton up to 67. just a really beautiful november day. that's for sure. locally, still a little low, mid to even -- well, let's call it, low to mid-60s. a little cooler, rock hall, at 61 by the bay. and because the winds on the bay are keeping it a little chilly. 9-mile-an-hour winds. southeast wind at 9. light breeze. nothing too heavy. but it's going to be a mild night tonight. before this front approaches, we'll have this mild air tonight. along with the front, shower activity. looks pretty impressive today. behind it, it's colder. another band of snow. they call this area up here near minnesota, not too far
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from duluth, the arrowhead of minnesota. and extreme northwest wisconsin had some snow this afternoon. that front moving our direction. but the main area of low pressure is passing well to our north and northwest. we'll get rain shower activity. but late, late tonight, in the morning hours, pretty much all done by noon. look for clearing by afternoon. behind that, cooler temps move in for thursday night and friday. dries out, looks like a pretty nice weekend, all told, with slightly cooler temps. south winds on the bay. they'll be picking up ahead of the front. bay temp around 58 degrees. overnight tonight, later on, some increasing clouds. look at the normal down to 39. showers probably while you were on your way to work early. they will be ending around noontime, and then clearing, breezy. temperatures around 61. ask then dropping back in the 50s in the afternoon. so changes. but really, back almost to normal. slightly below normal for the end of the week. >> still to come on eyewitness news tonight.
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fear, near campus. i'm mike hellgren, in towson, where two students have been attacked. why police fear retaliation. and what goucher college and and what goucher college and towson university are saying ,,
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coming up next on wjz eyewitness news at 5:00. two violent attacks on college students in towson. >> a former employee at the maryland school for the deaf, on trial, for sexually abusing seven young girls there. i'm derek valcourt in howard county, where a jury heard his explanation of what happened. i'll have details when eyewitness news continues. the ravens say they're determined to stop a losing streak and build some confidence. i'm mark viviano, in owings mills.
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how the team plans to change their fortunes. coming up. >> check in for more on these stories and all the day's breaking news. >> eyewitness news at 5:00 starts now. on high alert. >> after two attacks on college students in just two days, the desperate search for suspects. >> hi. i'm kai jackson. >> i'm mary bubala. here's what people are talking about. >> the violent attacks on students from towson university in goucher college. police are worried for the victim's safety. with those behind the terrorists still at large right now. wjz is live in towson. investigator mike hellgren tells us where that search stands. good evening, mike. >> good evening, kai. people are certainly on edge. looking a little more

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