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good morning, the case is still open... but at this point... police say they have no good leads. and they say a lack of cooperation from the public isn't helping. the shooting happened saturday night... right in front of the boy's greatgrandmoth er's home. police say the child was outside playing... when a group of gunmen drove up... opened fire... and popped off at least 9 shots. bullets left three people wounded... including the boy. investigators say they believe the child was caught in the middle of an on- going neighborhood dispute. the gunmen got away... and now police are asking for the public's help to find them. (col. desousa) "it touches the heart of everybody. it should touch the heart of the community. we need help. it's a shame that we're not getting the cooperation. we need help, it's a 7- year-old child, an innocent child." (man) "i definitely don't know who's responsible, but someone know. cause nobody's going to walk up and down this street and commit such a crime
and nobody knows. somebody always knows something." this man does not want to be identified... but he did talk openly about the recent shooting of the young boy with us. find out why he says no one is coming forward and what will happen if no one does... coming up next half hour... live from city police headquarters, i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. a standoff at an elementary school terrified parents and kids... as a man armed with an a- k-47-style rifle and hundreds of rounds of ammunition fired a few shots outside. but as it turns out... police had a woman on the inside. as andrew spencer explains... a school employee helped convince the gunman to surrender... while on the phone with 9-1-1. "i'm in the front office. oh! he just went outside and start shooting. can i run?" ...but antoinette tuff didn't run. instead, she
stayed inside the front office of the atlanta-area elementary school where she works...and passed the gunman's orders to a 9-1-1 dispatcher. "he says he don't care if he die. he don't have nothing to live for." "tell me why he wanted a tv camera to come out there to the school." "because he was gonna end his life and take the cops and everybody with him." "that's what he said?" "yeah." with the students on lockdown, police and parents fearing the worst, tuff talked to the gunman about his problems and about hers. "don't feel bad, baby. my husband just left me after 33 years." "i realized at that time that it was bigger than me. he was really just a hurting young man, so i just started praying for him." "i can help you. want me to talk to them?" ...and she finally helped convince the gunman, whom police identify as 20- year-old michael hill, to surrender peacefully... "we not gonna hate you, baby. it's a good thing that you giving up, so we not gonna hate you." still on the phone with the dispatcher, tuff kept hill calm as he lay on the floor waiting for the police to
come inside. "he's just got his phone. all he's got is his phone." "let me tell you something, baby. i ain't never been so scared in all the days of my life." "me neither, but you did great." "whew, jesus!" i'm andrew spencer, reporting security is getting beefed up at baltimore county schools... after last year's shooting at perry hall high school... that left one student injured. schools will implement a multi-million dollar security system... that will scan a visitors driver's license.... print a personalized visitors pass... and check the information taken from the license against sexual offender databases throughout the nation. a new buzzer system is also in place... along with camera at different entrances that allow office staff to see who's coming in and who's going out... (10:36) these teenagers in high school are more capable of thinking of ways to get things into places they don't need to have them at.. (9:06) you have to have someone armed in the school it can be discreet it can be a concelaed
weapon there certainly doesn't have to be uniforms involved but i think the great mistake people make when they gauge and evaluate security in schools they assume they can control the time and place for violence you can't.... resource officers at perry hall high school will use hand held metal detectors if necessary. the city of baltimore is giving a major corporation more time... to create jobs. on wednesday... the city's board of estimates struck a deal with morgan stanley. the firm agreed to create 15- hundred jobs... in exchange for a 3-million dollar loan that would be partially forgiven... if the goals were met. so far... 850 jobs have been created. it's news that's sitting well with the mayor. 0 7:04:10 "you forget, we had to keep morgan stanely, it was a tought competition in 2000 between baltimore and pittsburgh, andyou know how i feel about pittsburgh." the new agreement gives morgan stanley
2 more years to meet its goal. they're called eco-a-t-m's... kiosks that give you cash for used cell phones and baltimore's deputy commmissioner says they're responsible for dialing up crime in a recent rash of street robberies. while the company maintaining the booths insist there are safeguards to keep criminals from making money off their victim's phones, commanders say obviously there are flaws. 6:57:46 i think the city has done a good job of keeping those machines out we know for any good measure out there any system we think is fool proof there's individuals out there thinking night and day how they can overcome those. and i think that's what were seeing here. recent crime concerns caused an eco a-t-m at mondawmin mall to be shut down. city council members have scheduled a hearing next month to discuss a possible ban. a carroll county teen could be called a hero... but he says he was just lucky to be in the right place. 15-year-old michael shearer was working in
his driveway when he saw a van going out of control... strike a telephone pole.... before winding-up in the woods. shearer says when he got to the scene... he saw a small fire under the front of the van so he helped the driver pull her 3 children out before the flames spread.. < "you couldn't open the door of the van because it was dented in and all jammed up w were pulling them out of the drivers' side door."> the vehicle was destroyed... but thanks to the teen... no one was seriously injuried. proof that chivalry isn't dead. when one california man popped the question to his girlfriend.. the sky was the limit.. literally! ---nats of morgan screaming--- kelly gustafson says he and his fiance always wanted that special moment to be a big one. so he chartered a helicopter for it. now, morgan... his girlfriend, thought this was just going to be her first helicopter ride.. but as she flew over her family's ranch.. she could see the words "will you
marry me".. spelled out. "so i looked down to my left and see all these letters..." "i cried from right when i read it, i just started sobbing." but that's not all. once the newly engaged couple landed.. they were met with 70 family memebers waiting for their big annoucement. kelly then got down on bended knee.. and asked morgan to be his bride. coming up... this video is about to get a lot more exciting... we'll show you what was captured on camera... that you've probably never seen before. ((break 1)) ((bump in)) take a look at ((bump in))
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coming up... keeping kids safe... during the afterschool hours. 7 things parents are now being urged to do. we here are all such innovative people, so i am telling you...if you want to change the world, you're at georgia tech, you can do that! plus it's the speech... that's going viral. we'll show you the surprising way it ends... minutes from now. ((break 2))
the most crucial hours of the school day can be after the bell rings. as kids make their way home from school or to sports and activities... safety should be a priority. this morning karin caifa gets expert advice on how parents and students can make those hours after school lets out happy, healthy and productive. when the bell rings and school lets out, kids head in all different directions. for many, it's the school bus. for others, walking home. or, the sports fields. each of these options can present its own
risks, so kate carr of safe kids worldwide urges parents to talk afterschool safety reminders as the school year begins. they're excited to be back to school and we want to be sure that they're safe when they're walking to and from school. on the streets, students aren't the only ones adjusting to the back-to-school routine. drivers are adjusting to seeing school buses again and more kids in crosswalks. -- students should stay on sidewalks, and avoid digital distractions like mobile phones when walking. -- for those riding the school bus, stay seated with head and arms inside the bus at all times. if students are heading from the classroom to the athletic fields, have a pre-season discussion about health and safety. -- proper warmups and stretching are crucial. don't skip it even if running late. -- stop for regular water breaks -- if missing any protective gear, tell a coach. don't skip safety. -- and speak up if something doesn't feel right. we have to make sure they understand that staying in the game could result in a long term injury that will take them out of their favorite sport not only during their career when they're young athletes, but
perhaps a lifetime of enjoyment. that means flagging a coach in case of injury - even if it means sitting out for a bit. in washington, i'm karin caifa. coming up... america's favorite cookie... comes under fire. what some high school students are saying... about oreos. if you want to build the iron man suit, you're in georgia tech, you can do that plus it isn't too often you hear this... at a college graduation ceremony. we'll let you hear how it ends... minutes from now. ((break 3)) hey, what's that? new jif whips -- whipped peanut butter, ma'am. oooh.
we can't keep them on the shelves. good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. it's pretty clear what makes the oreo america's favorite cookie-the cream filling. but as michaela pereira explains... students at a new york high school have discovered that the double stuf version of this cookie... isn't all it's stacked up to be.
twist em? dunk' em? lick em? swallow 'em whole? no matter how you eat your oreos -- one thing most oreo lovers can agree on: the cream is the best part! but there's a new twist...that beloved cream is in the center of...a scandal! are double-stuf oreos...really all they're "stuffed up" to be? a high school math class in upstate new york found out just how much "stuf" is actually in double stuf oreos. "most of them have had practice, as have i- in separating the oreo in half and getting a clean side, but getting two clean sides off just leaving the stuff was difficult." dan anderson's students weighed 10 of both the original ... and the double stuf oreos. that data was applied to a mathemical equation to determine the oreo's cream content. according to the cookie calculations -- the double stuf was only 1.86 times the size of regular oreos.
say it ain't so! "the class as a whole was pretty surprised that it wasn't double." this isn't the first time a food favorite has come under fire for not measuring up. last year a subway customer's photo went viral - showing his foot-long sub only measured 11 inches! but, oreos have been the nation's best selling cookie since 1912 -- likely to outlast this latest controversy...sh owing once again the "cream" always rises to the top. an oreo spokesperson says "our recipe for the oreo double stuf cookie has double the stuf, or cream filling when compared with our base, the original oreo cookie." coming up... a man with no pulse for 45 minutes... comes back to life. what doctors are saying... about this medical miracle. that's next.
a lack of cooperation from the public is frustrating baltimore city police as they search for gunmen who shot a 7-year old boy over the weekend in east baltimore. megan gilliland is live from city police headquarters where they blame a notorious street code for complicating the case. ainnsimple... efrom ingingain preventing scs to tside playing...wae.boy's say they believee childas ts. ught in the dispute.hood we caught up with a man there... who does not want to be identified... but he did speak openly about the recent shooting. and why no one seems to be coming forward. (man) "it's a sad situation...." (man) "some things is not snitching. it's just putting it where it is and preventing it from continuously to happen. but at this rate, you have nothing but an open season. because if nobody talks about this, who's to say what's next." (man) "it's taking stop snitching too far....." if you have any information about the case... you're asked to call baltimore
city police. meantime... we have learned the young boy who was shot... was treated and released from the hospital. and is now back home with his family. live from city police headquarters, i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. a baltimore detective is found guilty on all charges... after claiming he was shot by a gunman in a downtown parking garage. prosecutors claim anthony fata lied about the shooting... in order to collect workers compensation benefits. a city police spokesman calls it a "sad but just" closure to the case. but one baltimore woman... who claims fata lied in other criminal cases... says its time the detective gets what he deserves. (7:16:43) "he needs to be behind bars like he sent everyone else in the city of baltimore in the cases he handled." fata was found guilty on all charges... including perjury and misconduct in office. he now faces a maximum 25-years
in prison. sentencing is set for october. police are looking for the driver... responsible for a deadly hit- and-run crash... tuesday night. it happened as woman was walking along bayside beach road near belhaven avenue... in pasadena. police are looking for a car similar to this one. it's a 1982 to 1991 mercedes 500 series. based on evidence at the scene... they say the car may have damage to the hood... the right fender and turn signal. it's stuff you only hear about in movies. but one the family of an ohio man says.. they witnessed a miracle. earlier this month, tony yahle's family says his breathing was off and had no pulse. they performed c-p-r and he was eventually taken to the hospital. there... hospital staff says.. he coded.. for 45 minutes. a medical team tried to stimulate his heart.. but was declared dead. then suddenly, he showed signs of life. "in the last twenty years, i've never seen anybody we have pronounced dead and actually
patient we saw with no activity once we stopped doing all our efforts and then for him to come back ... i've never seen it. actually, i've never heard of it." "everybody started telling me how it happened. and that's when i started to understand, you know, a miracle happened." it's been the topic of discussion in medical circles. after he was transferred to o-s-u medical center yahle was unconscious for five days. he was released from the hospital last thursday and says he feels fine. vice president joe biden clears his busy schedule today, so he can stay with his son, beau , in houston. he's undergoing medical evaluations. beau biden, the attorney general of delaware, is being evaluated at a world renowned cancer treatment hospital, after feeling weak and disoriented on a family vacation last week. courier service, u-p-s is blaming obamacare for it's decision to cut 15-thousand workers'
spouses from it's insurance plans. in a memo to employees, the company says it will discontinue coverage of husbands and wives eligible for insurance with their own employers. u--p-s blamed several aspects of obamacare ... including its requirement dependent children be covered up until age 26. in the memo ... the company says it's willing to take care of its own ... but won't bear a burden other companies can take on. if white house interns were to be paid ... it would cost more than 2 point 5 million dollars a year. that figure assumes president obama would pay them 9-dollars an hour.. which is the number he suggested minimum wage should be raised to during his state of the union address in january. the white houseemploys more than three hundred interns each year, with 150 this summer alone. the fair pay campaign, a grassroots lobby, is calling on the president and white house aides to pay interns, saying it's not realistic to work for free. it's one thing to have school pride.. it's another to express it to theme music.
listen in. "our tradition of excellence...our mission as students is not to follow in the footsteps of the astronauts, nobel prize lords and presidents who graduated before us, but to exceed their footsteps, crush the shoulders of the giants upon whom we stand. we here are all such innovative people, so i am telling you...if you want to change the world, you're at georgia tech, you can do that! if you want to build the iron man suit, you're in georgia te, you can do that! if you want to play theme music during your convocation speech like a bad a, we're at georgia tech, we can do that! i am doing that!" (music) that is nick selby's welcome speech to
selby's welcome speech to incoming freshman at georgia tech... and you guessed it.. it's gone viral. he pulled out all the stops to tell students why they should be proud to attend the university. selby is a sophmore medical engineering major. coming up next... buffalo fried cicadas. buffalo fried cicadas. how one man came up with the idea... and what he compares them to. ((break 1)) ((bump in))
now... you may want to put it down for a moment. take a look at this... a new york man cooked up a solution to his cicada problem... by marinating them in worcestershire sauce for 2 weeks... fried them up... and smothered them in buffalo sauce. the end result? he says they were "crispy" and "crunchy"... and reminded him a little of kale chips. he plans to whip up another batch soon. ((2-shot toss to weather)) ((ad lib meteorologist)) ((traffic reporter ad libs))
in this morning's cover story... there is a growing effort to stop obamacare... before key parts get started... but first... some big changes are on the way... that may impact the health care you receive... and complicating the issue. it will all depend on where you live. in north carolina...missio n health president and c- e-o ron paulus says the impact of obamacare and cuts in medicaid and medicare in north carolina... will result in a 350-million dollar loss in reimbursements over the next ten years. but what obamacare didn't count on was the supreme court's decision that said state's can't be forced into expanding medicaid.. leaving hospitals with the bill.
sot paulus 4:25 "the cuts were hard wired, change the game by the supreme court, we're not going to get it back on the other end.. and so that's where we are." paulus says hospitals were counting on more people being insured to help off-set the losses... especially young, healthy people. and the department of health and human services knows it needs young and healthy... people to buy insurance. so it's launched it's own video- version of "american idol." it's inviting you to submit videos... judged by the public... to win prize money. the prize money for this... and several other marketing efforts, however... is being funded thru your tax dollars. it's a contest where you submit a video on line... to better inform young people about new insurance options available under the affordable care act. a total of 30- thousand dollars in prizes will be awarded in several categories. add that to the 75-million dollars in your money... that's going to promote obamacare... and some say... that money could be put to better use. < 3: 54: 40 it's a huge amount of money that could be directed to assist the
states in getting on board, to provide more health insurance in some places, to fund some more health insurance in some places, to fund some more innovative health care delivery models, yes, it's a huge amount of money but the department of health and human services is very, very afraid that people are just going to walk away from this mandate. > and some of those young people are trying to stop the affordable care act. national correspondent kristine frazao shows us how they may be the key to ending obama-care. the success or failure of obamacare is in the hands of 20 somethings. [sot in scully ] in :31 "if it was such a great idea. people shouldn't be forced into it and compelled to purchase insurance." trt=:04 jeff scully, an activist relations coordinator with freedomworks, is helping to spearhead a national effort to burn millions of mock obamacare cards between now and october. [sot off videotape] in :11 i'm burning
my obama card because i don't think that small business owners should pay double for the healthcare they got last year." trt:05 [sot off videotape ] in 05 "i'm burning my obamacare card because obamacare is turning full-time jobs into part-time jobs." trt=:04 while some like it. other young invincibles -- 18 to 30 year olds dislike obamacare for lots of reasons. [frazao standup] " and they represent the sweet spot for making obamacare a success. without roughly two- point-seven million invincibles -- the cost of insurance under the affordable care act will soar and that could doom obamacare.". [take demarco sot] in 10:57:01 "any of us can get sick and then we are destroyed." trt=:04 vincent demarco heads up a large healthcare initiative. he's troubled by what he sees as poltiics above healthcare. [take sot vincent demarco ] in 10:55:40 "it is really irresponsible for any organization to discourage people from taking advantage of benefits that may help keep them alive." trt=:07 a recent kaiser family foundation survey found that 71 percent of adults under the age of 30 value andant insurance, but they remain highly skeptical of the true cost. [sot in scully ] in 1:58 "there's been a big misconception about this campaign that we don't want people to have insurance and we do. if we think that a young
person thinks purchasing the mandate that is best for them, they should go ahead and do it. however, we think they should be aware of the consequences of obamacare. how its going to ration healthcare and make it more expensive." trt=:14 i'm kristine frazao reporting still ahead... the ravens hit the field tonight... to take on the carolina panthers. and there's a new face joining them. the minor trade the team made... coming up next in sports. ((break 3)) [music]
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shooting. can i run?" the 9-1-1 audio gives an inside look at the standoff at an atlanta-area elementary school, as a front-office employee talks the gunman down. the woman being credited for saving.. many lives. and he's got a tough message for drug dealers. why this car... is saying volumes.. with just a few words! thursday, august 22.
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