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>> good morning. coming up next, movements that spread to the new area. what protesters are saying about the growing political force. a deadly weekend in baltimore city. we will give you the details on several violent incidents. and it is time for action after a week off. the ravens prepare to welcome the texans to town. what players are saying about today's big game. and taking a live look outside. the sun is up. so far it looks to be a clear and next morning, but will it stay that way? meteorologist tim williams has the
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answer. >> and on this gorgeous morning, more than 7000 walkers and runners are expected to make strides against breast cancer. we will have the details straight ahead. eyewitness news is seconds away. >> this is wjz tv. wjz hd, and wjz.com. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz maryland's new station. >> good morning. welcome to eyewitness news. i am gigi barnett. >> and i am tim williams. temperatures are comfortably in the 50s. it's a very calm morning and comfortable. 54 sonnets called, but for this time of year without the wind we had yesterday and the sun we have right now, it is a very calm morning. it's much better overall than
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yesterday. yesterday we were still drying out from the rain from the day before. the winds were part of the forecast today. the best day of the weekend by far to do anything outside. right now 51 degrees. the cool spot out in oakland we have 43. 52 up in oakland. your forecast looks like this. 72 degrees. partly sunny. overnight lows dropping down to about 52 degrees. we will have your complete updated forecast coming up in a few moments. >> thank you. here's what people are talking about. what started as a cry for equality on the streets of new york has no balls into a worldwide political movement. occupy wall street demonstrators are taking to the streets in cities across the nation. we talked to some of the people camping out here in baltimore. senate good morning. we were here on the first day of occupy baltimore. there are dozens more here now, and it's hosted out plan on leaving anytime soon.
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>> reporter: shouting. hundreds stormed financial buildings in downtown baltimore. >> the rules are made up from the go along. they don't have to play by the same rules. >> saturday was named a day of action part of the occupy wall street that started in new york city nearly a month ago. protesters calling themselves the 99% remain upset over social inequality, incorporated belo, incorporate greek. john king worries his children will be able to afford an education. >> it's all here, but we have to figure out how to stop with this corporate governmental thing going on is and think about them, the future. >> and here in the main site of occupy baltimore, the movement is clearly gaining strength. a new pressures -- new protesters join in every day. >> we have seen more and more people finally waking up to the fact of what's going on is
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ridiculous and unfair and just in moral. >> in the nation's capital, people headed to a bank of america branch angry over new debit card fees. >> we have come here to close our accounts exclamation mark >> they were similar protests in random places. >> if we cannot have a say here, where do we go? >> they could come to baltimore where occupiers planned to camp out in definitely. >> the protest has so far been peaceful. up in new york there was some small clashes between police and protesters. wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. in why he hundreds of people marched in downtown honolulu: four and enter corporate greed. they are not alone. occupy demonstrators are rallying in cities across a set and your
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puzzle. unlike demonstrations in maryland, not all the protests are proceeding peacefully. >> reporter: angry i try and fill the streets of rome as protests turned violent. some torched cars and smashed bank windows as riot police used tear gas to keep control. but thousands of others rallied peacefully. demonstrators across europe joined the u.s. occupy movement in a day of global protest. they marched against what they call corporate greed. he says people are suffering from the power of banks. in greece, people vented more of the financial theory they felt from march as the cash trapped 70 fields that crisis and promises the website will launch a campaign against financial institutions. >> british police stood guard here where organizers were hoping
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for tens of thousands of protesters him about the numbers were much smaller. >> demonstrators wanted to occupy the london stock exchange, but police told them that. global painting and said they are hoping for nonviolent demonstrations in more than 900 cities around the world by days end. protesters in hong kong, manila, and tokyo had the same message. >> most of the day's protests were peaceful, but it seemed the larger the country's debt, the louder the crowd. tina krause, wjz eyewitness news. >> the demonstrations come as finance chiefs from 20 of the nations -- excuse me, the richest nations in paris met. they are promising to make sure the international monetary fund has a resources it to help stabilize the global economy. three murders in three
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days. police are investigating what turned out to be a violent weekend on the streets of baltimore. overnight police say a man was shot at the intersection of actress street and darl is evident. no word on a suspect or motive in that case. and police are acting for the public's help finding the person who stabbed a man to death in kurdistan. investigators found his body yesterday between pennington and ashton street. no arrests made in this case either. and in northeast baltimore, a gunman remains on the loose. police say song struck a man -- brother shot a man with a gun and 1500 block of east 29th street. he died at the scene. it's not clear what sparked all the violence. police are withholding the name of the victim until his family is notified. after more than a year fighting overseas, a group of maryland soldiers is back home but not before loved ones rolled out the red carpet for a big welcome home
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ceremony. >> reporter: men and women of the army's 313th movement control battalion have finally made it home. >> we been on 13 months and 15 days or you. >> all of its on the frontlines having a logistics operations. the to-do list here are long. >> i'm going to the hairdresser. >> first, there is an official welcome home ceremony to attend. even the family pets tagged along. >> they are home. it's going to be so exciting. absence makes the heart grow fonder. >> they missed much while they were away. >> now been seen at my son-month-old and her husband will have plenty of time to make up. >> we are going to the pumpkin patch with our little bully, and we are going to take a weekend trip next week to new york city and just kind of do a little bit of
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that. >> it's nice to see them rather than talk to them and get an e- mail from them. i am glad they are all back safely. they make those are not the last soldiers set to return home from the war. a senior military official confirmed that they will leave by january. offensively and a the 8-year war. >> after a week off, ravens players and fans are ready for some football. that means taking on the red- hot houston texans. mark has won the players expected to make an impact on the field. >> good morning. when ray lewis runs onto the field to face the houston texans this afternoon, the veteran linebacker will be playing in the 205th regular-season game of his
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career. you have to remember, the average career spans just three years. it's not like lewis is just hanging on. he's still among the best in the business and is the heartbeat of the team that tries itself with domination on defense. he's still going strong. maybe not as fast as he once was, but just as fierce. this week lewis talked about getting better with age. >> i would always love to be the fan now is that of the younger ray lewis are you that younger ray lewis is a timebomb. you run around and not know a lot of things are going on. >> some of those younger guys are having a harder time keeping up. defensive back jimmy smith, chris carr, they all missed practice friday with injuries. so the receiver lee evans to it -- who is not likely to play this afternoon. injuries are a major issue for the houston texans.
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the two best players are out. receiver on craig johnson has a hamstring injury and mario williams is out for the year with a torn chest muscle. ravens hope to pick up where they left off. the first place purple birds of favorite today. enjoy the game. back to you. >> all right. let's go, ravens. if you don't have a ticket to the game, don't worry. we will bring you the action right here on wjz-13. >> all right. and the forecast for the game -- keep the music rolling if you would like. it's going to be pretty nice. you're going to see some clouds moving in, but the daytime high of 70 will still be intact and holding true right around 4:00. pretty mild. it will be in the 60s by the end of the game. a comfortable night. >> that's going to be some good tailgating. >> it sure will be.
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as long as we know he is there. we were talking about how they launched themselves. you see in slow motion they really understand the impact. we are looking at a pretty decent day shaping up. anything you want to do outside. yesterday was a bit windy, but is still comfortable day over all. to visualize very mild, but the winds played into anything he wanted to do especially if you are trying to rake leaves. relative humidity at 68 he sent her to currently, which is a big difference from yesterday and 30.00 barometer. yesterday was in the 29 range. high pressure really dominating our forecast. 51 ocean city, 43 oakland.
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around the immediate metro area, everyone coming in from 49, $47, and then they start to get into the 50s this morning. annapolis at 53. wins are very well as far as the direction that there's a bit of a southwest flow from elton john toward easton. south coming in around dc. a bit of a southwest flow around cumberland. anytime we have that southwest wind it's tapping into warmer air. that's what we experience today. low pressure we talked about bringing a strained toward the end of the week is still continuing to move away with a high dominating the forecast and building them. there's really no battle for our forecast. things will calm down drastically from yesterday. we have a lot of sunshine and blue skies. without the moisture, we don't have much cloud cover. the reason we have mostly cloudy skies tonight is because that little is still close enough
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it's bringing in the little rippers of low energy. they are going through around central pennsylvania but will be close enough to get some. so we will probably see partly cloudy skies tonight. a front moves through by the middle to end of the week are you a princess rain and drops temperatures out of the range of around promo. the normal high our own 67 degrees. we are substantially lower than that with rain by wednesday into thursday. the futures drop as research or clear out. a small advisory goes into effect at 2:00 p.m. so today is going up to 72 degrees, partly sunny skies. overnight lows into the 50s and upper 40s. partly cloudy, and then tomorrow going up to 72 degrees. a 72 tuesday, rain by wednesday. look at how the temperatures respond. 59 thursday and friday.
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we start to clear out again heading into next weekend. >> we are really getting deep into the fall. >> lightning strikes twice in the state of texas. why rangers fans are all smiles this morning. >> and i'm live at the weinberger family center. it is all for the making strides against breast cancer. it has drawn about 7000 walkers and runners. we will tell you all about it after the break. >> all right. first, just two days -- yesterday's winning lottery numbers. [ male announcer ] ,,,,,,, at the safeway pharmacy you can get a flu shot
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and you'll get a bonus. you get 10% off your groceries. [ male announcer ] save 10% on your groceries when you get a flu shot. that should make you feel better already. safeway. ingredients for life. >> welcome back to eyewitness news on this sunday morning. pretty quiet. the tailgaters will get in posting later on. it's a pretty nice day to be at the stadium or i should say nice evening. things get jumping on the field around 4:00. we have low pressure moving out of the area. that was really responsible for a lot of the wind yesterday, but it will be responsible for bringing us a few clouds seeping. we are not expecting any rain
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but the clouds will be around. partly cloudy evening although to butchers respond nicely to daytime highs getting up to 70 degrees. except 72 with partly sunny skies, overnight lows around 52. we will call it a ray lewis overnight forecast. your complete forecast coming up in a few moments. >> first, back to some of the other stories people are talking about. a chilling call for help. police rick -- police released a recording of the frantic 911 call made moments after a gunman opened fire in california. >> we need an ambulance. >> the shooting was over in a couple minutes leaving eight people dead and witnesses terrified. police say the suspect, 42-year- old scot to cry, was in the middle of a bitter child custody battle. he killed her in a shootout. she could now face the death penalty if convicted. elsewhere in california, police
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are on the water trying to figure what cause if it'll boat accident. a jet skis collided with a powerboat killing three women. medics rushed for over the passengers to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. >> half of this world series is set. the team is certainly no stranger to baseball biggest stage. >> is it going to go? at the wall. another unbelievable. >> the texas rangers are heading back to the world series after crushing the detroit tigers last night. final store 15-5. the last season, of course, the rangers lost to the giants in the national league series, but the cardinals are set. cardinals are up 3-2. the game is set to play today. >> we are hoping we can see that on
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the football side with our ravens this year. >> we don't want the texas team to win here. >> let's go, ravens. >> a step for the cure. in less than an hour, thousands of people will come together to put an end to breast cancer. >> to make strides against breast cancer walk is about to start. sharing is alive with the activity. good morning. >> there's lots of people behind me come up and everywhere. they expect about 7000 walkers at this event. it's the tenth anniversary of the making strides against breast cancer. wjz is a proud partner in this event. we have gloria with us this morning to tell us a little about it. >> good morning. we are here celebrate survivorship and honor those touched by breast cancer and those caregivers as well. we are out here to rally the fight and make a difference and hopefully celebrate more birthdays. >> something that is really special about this one is that there are a lot of survivors themselves
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participating as well as family members. in the es, indeed. we have hundreds of survivors that come out. they have all got their pink on. we are here to celebrate them. >> and this is one of the really big fundraisers for the american cancer society. where does the money go? >> the money goes to our research efforts. we have several free services we offer our residents and couldn't do more without providing services to them or your. >> is that all local? >> some of the money is kept local and some of it is utilized nationally for research. >> if you want to participate, it actually kicks off at 9:00 or did you have a little bit of time to get out here. it's right next to stadium place off east 33rd. otherwise, log on to strides baltimore.org. we'll have more in about 20 minutes. back to you guys. >> thank you.
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>> i think our own jessica is going to be out there today. >> coming up on eyewitness news sunday morning, a civil rights icon is honored in the nations capital. more on the dedication ceremony. >> as part of the continuing community commitment, we are a proud sponsor of the auction and how her company. restaurants are coming together on october 23rd offering their signature appetizers and entries and desserts along with other auction items. >> it's all to benefit the grill cut -- the gilchrist center. tickets are available to purchase. congratulations, have fun, indeed, a lot. enjoy the event. we are back in just a moment. ,,
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>> 72 today and 72 tuesday with increased clouds. rain wednesday and that rain moves through and dropped temperatures from the 70s down into the 50s. 50s on thursday and friday with more sun by the next weekend or your. >> after a long day of a memorial for dr. martin luther king jr., it's finally being dedicated. xanax jessica speaks with a baltimore woman who is heavily influenced by dr. king. spent 100 buses were coming down the baltimore-washington
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expressway every hour. so there were 200 -- 200,000 people at that march. >> dr. helena hicks invites us into her living room sharing her extensive collection of magazines and newspaper clippings area from an era of great change. >> no matter what conditions were, it was up to us to make them better. we couldn't wait for somebody to hand us our rights. if we wanted our right, we had to go out there and fight for them. >> dr. hicks remembers the first time she heard of dr. martin luther king jr. >> there was southern baptist. it seemed as if there was a powerful movement for the advancement of african americans. >> she became an active part of the civil rights movement from a
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young age. >> we didn't have the internet. we had churches. and we had the naacp. >> she was just 20 years old when she and fellow oregon state students made history. >> we saw the way out being education. that's why in 1955 i was part of it. >> on a cold winter day, she and her friends refuse to be the lunch counter designated for white only. the protest worked. the drugstore chains and began serving all patrons at their 37 store locations. >> you don't have to plan things like that. you know when you have had enough. >> with memories of the civil rights movement all a round her, she says she looks forward to visiting the new memorial for martin luther king jr. >> we will not have 200,000 people there like we did for the march in washington. we will not have 15,000 people from the state of maryland.
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i will go. yes, i will go. i think there will be a lot of people that will go. >> wjz eyewitness news. in the end the dedication was -- civic and the dedication was delete after a through. here to stay, occupied or a ,,,, ,,,,,,
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>> your coverage continues with ge barnett. it is wjz, maryland's new station. >> welcome back to eyewitness news. >> at the bottom of our, to butchers in the low 50s areawide going up very nicely. about 20 degrees more than where we are now. taking a look at the brazilian naval ship. if you plan on being down there today, i don't know if they are offering tours. many times they do. maybe you can climb aboard and take a look and see how the brazilian navy does it. we look at temperatures today in the 70s. up to a daytime high of about 70. a good bit of sunshine. we see some clubs later this afternoon as a result of low pressure far enough up to the north that it doesn't bring us any rain but will still cast some clouds our direction. 50 degrees right now and going
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up to 72 with partly sunny skies. your complete updated forecast in just a few moments. >> here is what people are talking about this morning. a violent weekend leave several people dead in baltimore. police say someone shot a man at the intersection. homicide detectives are now investigating what happened. not far away police say another man was in town friday night. it happened in 1500 block of east 29th street. so far no arrests have been made in that case either. a prince george's county judge showed no leniency to a man convicted of murdering his girlfriend. the judge sentenced marcus shipman to life behind bars without parole for shooting nicole hines. the two were in the middle of a childcare dispute. the group of protesters occupying baltimore's inner harbor appears to be growing. hundreds arched near downtown
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financial buildings yesterday calling for an end to capitalism and corporate greed. protesters have been camped out for weeks now and say they won't leave until their message is heard. occupy wall street demonstrations began in new york city almost a month ago. protesters there still growing strong. thousands of demonstrators marched at times square telling for more economic equality. supporters say it's not just what they are saying, it's what they are doing. >> it's the greatest place in the world, it's new york. if we can't say here, where do we go? >> although the demonstrations were mostly peaceful, police did arrest several demonstrators since protests began almost a month ago. more than 800 people have been arrested. that. in washington dc, final preparations for the dr. martin luther king jr. memorial dedication. president obama and a long list
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of guests are scheduled to be there for the ceremony which was originally scheduled for last month. police are telling everyone to plan ahead. >> the president is coming to this. this will be a lockdown situation. traffic will not move in this area. do not ask that to drive your car down here and find a parking space. that will not happen. >> organizers expect as many as 50,000 people to attend today's ceremony. for the 11th time, 25,000 runners crisscross the streets of baltimore this weekend, but to make it to the finish line, they may need a help. mike shue has the story. >> reporter: another year, another great day to run the baltimore marathon. 25,000 and up for the five different races. everyone has something to prove
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so long after the front runners finished. the bulk of the pack was hours behind. by-mile 23, they are spirit to prove anything was winning. >> this is a picture of my son the writing in his first half marathon. >> but others in a five block stretch chair on everyone. they are part of a unique running club. beer in a marathon. i never pass up a free beer. still, davis gives thousands of inspirational serenade. looks like he will be here for quite a while. >> i have run three marathons. i know these people need motivation. >> but why is everyone showing all of this love here? >> i'm at the top of the hill. they need that boost produce. >> and then there are the crowd
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singing. they swing in his girlfriend want everyone to get the eye of the tiger from him. >> we've got a great run from him this year. it you can tell someone is ready to start running again. they are ready to go. >> does it work x yes, yes it does. wjz eyewitness news. >> we also have the eye of the tiger. the winning run or -- runners finished the run in two hours 14 minutes. try doing that, tim. the last runners cross the finish line seven hours after they started. >> turn into college football where fans are still shaking their head. the terps ran up a big lead against number 9 drink clubs in, but -- clemson, but they come back to win in a game that was all offense.
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56-45 area. at 100 points scored in the college game. clemson may have rallied back to avoid an upset, but the same can't be said for georgia tech. the yellow jackets came up short in a stunning loss to virginia. 21-24, the final in this matchup. of course, if you are an nfl football type, today is the day. the ravens are ready for action as they host the houston texans today. we will bring all the action here on wjz. coverage comes your way at 4:00. kickoff is at 405 area -- at 4:05. >> is a good day. there is no weather impact at all. it will be a nice neutral day. this is a perfect football day. >> so i won a hot dog and maybe a hamburger, some chips are you >> you are gone to get all this stuff.
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>> es. -- yes. >> i'm sure there's a lot of that going on today. to make you didn't mention a beverage. >> kokusai. -- a coke is fine. >> we are talking about a pretty decent day today. of course, we've talked about the forecast. 70 degrees as i daytime high. at a cost time, expect some clouds. it will be very mild. it's a very nice day to be down there. temperatures drop down into the 60s by the end of the game. just dress for a couple evening and you should be fine. you don't need the gloves and hats and the boot. that's still coming. 50 degrees right now. 40 is your dewpoint. relative humidity at 68% with collins and barometer at 30.00. around the state temperatures range from the low 40s. we were at 50 around central
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america and best central maryland. rock hall at 59 degrees. it was coming in with a bit of a southerly component. that southwest wind brings in that mild air along with the sunshine. we were not very nicely into temperatures above average. the average high around 67 degrees. we will be above that. what pressures are still close enough that it's going to swing. just little impulses of rain are to the north and northwest. some of this passes through central pennsylvania so the rain stays well away from us, but the cloud start to cast their shadow over us this evening are you that the reason we have partly cloudy skies tonight as opposed to clear skies. high pressure stays with us, but it eases off. we have a front moving into the region by wednesday along with moisture coming in from the south. rain and showers on wednesday into
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thursday. we start to see clearing by the 10 pitchers take a hit. we start to clear up by next weekend. our sunset today is that 6:26. small advisory goes in effect at 2:00 p.m. and stays through us late with winds gusting to about 25 miles per hour. 72 today down to 52 tonight. we go up to 72 tomorrow. tuesday and wednesday, 72 down to 65. rainout lives by wednesday and clears up i thursday. to pitchers in the 50s. >> still to come, old dogs and new tricks. yes, you can do it. >> don't look at me. they make no matter what anyone says, but two things go together. >> and we are here with the spca to have some tips on just how to do that. eric as part of the continuing
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>> a beautiful fall day ahead. we are looking at 50 degrees and sunny very welcome back. it's a 45:00. is the biggest answer awareness event in the city. and it's minutes away from starting. >> we have -- were talking about the breast cancer walk. we are admiring the sun on your face. it's gorgeous. >> it's a perfect day for a walk. about 7000 people have decided it's a great day to take a walk for a great cause. what is special about this event is that it brings so many people with stories. we actually have one of those survivors with us right now. all of the survivors are wearing these fantastic ashes that they deserve to be wearing. good morning. >> good morning. how are you a quick. >> we are doing great. how does it feel to see so many
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people out here quite. >> is wonderful. this is my tenth year as a survivor. it's just wonderful. >> nobody can know how incredibly hard it is to deal with breast cancer. it's very hard. i was a single parent. i had a daughter that just went away to college. through the care of my doctors and everybody, i survived. i am still surviving. i have been cancer free for a while. >> i bet it's especially nice to be around people who have experienced the same thing you have. >> yes. it's an encouragement. when you walk with them or cheer for them, everybody feels good and it gives them hope that they can make it through the process. >> this is a great event for awareness and also a big moneymaker for the american cancer society. a lot of it stays local and a lot of it goes to research.
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>> es. they raise a lot of money. everybody can buy a t-shirt and collect money from your job or your neighborhood. some of these people that don't do mammograms and stuff, it's because they can't afford it. you can get wages when your hair falls out. it's good. it's really good. >> you drove three hours to get here. >> yes. we came at like 4:00 this morning so we could make it here so i could volunteer and walk. >> very good. good luck with your walk. the event kicks off at 9:00 a.m. it's at the weinberg family center located right next to stay in place. back to you guys. >> thank you very much. sharing the ball reporting live from the ymca campus. still had, dog training 101.
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>> they say you can't teach an old dog new tricks. we have a guest who begs to differ. >> good morning. she brought us a friend. who is this? >> this is a seven. seven years old, miniature pincher. >> very nice. puppers needs a home. >> he doesn't do great with young kids. he's a lot of fun. still active for seven years old. >> very nice. puppers who is not a puppy.
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if you have a household that doesn't require a lot of energy, maybe he is not the one for you. >> he does like to walk. he likes to be active. actually, training your dog is a way to exhaust them mentally because they have to think. that's another good benefit of training. >> how do you train an old dog new tricks -- to do new tricks exit. >> food is a big incentive. we actually like hot dogs. the turkey ... stop have a lot of sodium. they are a little bit messy, but the dogs really respond to them. cut them into little pieces. i have a. that's a really big motivator. they do something positive, give them a treat. that positive reinforcement goes a long way instead of constantly negative. and it treats as well. things that they desire. you can start with regular kibble, but if you are trying a more
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difficult trick or your dog is not motivated, you can move things up to the fancy treats and hot dogs. >> what are some of the other items? >> i like this. it is a lined pouch. you can clip it onto whatever you're wearing and you can put a toy. some dogs are great toys motivated. did you put that in the pouch and it is not your pocket that's getting all gross. >> you have some more electronic tape things over here. i mean high-tech. what are these? >> clicker chiming is something that a lot of people swear by. you make that little noise. people who do it swear by it. you are marking positive behavior. click editor eight. the dog will associate the treat with it. >> let's see if it works. >> great forecast. >> all right.
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a dog whistle. they are kind of in movies. nobody hears them but the dog area cynic it gets their attention. if you are doing exercises for your dog, if we take our dogs on hikes, it does get his attention. that's the purpose of that. >> last but not least, you have some harnesses and things over here. >> you do want your dog to walk well on a leash. if he is leading you, he is not going to be well-trained. easy walkers that clip on the front or gentle leaders. they are actually really helpful for walking. >> you have to be the leader in all of this. >> they are very hierarchical. >> information for adopting
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