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this broadcast is real time captioned by carrie o'brien. good morning. coming up next on eyewitness news -- jerry sandusky convicted. the penn state coach heads to prison after he is convicted of child sex abuse. we have the very latest. >> impersonating an officer. police found a phony call posing as one of their own. >> plus, a growing divide in baltimore's catholic community. >> taking live look outside. it is hot and humid. we're at the end of a summer weather. bernadette woods has the first warning weather forecast. eyewitness news saturday morning starts now.
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good morning. welcome to eyewitness news saturday morning. it is 6:01. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm bernadette woods in for meteorologist tim williams on this beautiful saturday morning. >> hot saturday morning. >> the transition starts this weekend. it is going to kick in the middle part of next week. what is going on right now, the severe storms made their way through yesterday. so, on the satellite-radar, there were storm damage reports of wind and hail, but thunderstorm more than tornadoes around the region. this morning with that leaving us. it is still warm and muggy. 71 in baltimore, not the 81 of yesterday morning, but with the documents close to 70 degrees. you feel the thickness in the air. we will take you in closer and
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show you everyone in the 60s in the metro area. through the afternoon sunshine will takeover. humidity starts to drop. if you are with us later on today for the 6:00, the dew points are coming way down, but the temperatures are still up there. so, warm day. not quite as muggy. not record temperatures. later on this week, 80 degrees for our high. so the second round of the cool down is moving our way. first warning weather forecast coming up. >> thank you. first, here's what people are talking about today. jerry sandusky is facing a possible life sentence, as a jury fines him guilty of sexually abusing boys. a case that shocked people across the country. >> reporter: well, the crowd of residents gathered here outside of the courthouse, celebrated when they heard the news. jerry sandusky guilty on 45 counts. in court, jerry sandusky had no visible reaction. his bailiffs revoked and he was
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led away by the bailiffs. jerry sandusky was led away from court in handcuffers, after being found guilty of 45 counts. the crowd outside of the courthouse cheered as they heard the verdicts after 10:00 p.m. on the second day of deliberations. >> we believe that justice has been served. >> reporter? jury convicted jerry sandusky on all but three counts. his lawyer was not surprised. >> it was the expected outcome, because offend the overwhelm evidence. >> reporter: jerry sandusky was accused of molesting 10 boys over 15 years. eight accusers took the stand and talked about governments, sleep overs and trims to penn state football games and then fondling, oral sex and rape. jerry sandusky denied the charges, but he never took the stand in his own defense. instead, his attorney tried to
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discredit investigators and suggested that the accusers were lying. mike mcqueary testified he saw jerry sandusky abusing a young boy in a campus shower, but jurors found jerry sandusky not guilty of that charge. jerry sandusky was optimistic until the end. >> he knew that the odds were strongly against him for being acquitted, but he thought he had his best chance. >> reporter: jerry sandusky will be sentenced in 90 days and likely spend the rest of his life in prison. the defense attorney said that the jerry sandusky's family is devastated. back to you. >> thank you. and jerry sandusky's defense team is saying that they plan to appeal. another landmark sex case ends with a guilty verdict.
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monseigneur william linn is the highest catholic church leader convicted. lynn spent years with child claims. instead of investigating they moved the priest to other parishes. >> there are no apologizes that is heal the counts the children suffered. there is no words to express how sorry we should be on what happened to them. >> lawyers are saying that they didn't report the abuse to his bosses. [ no audio ] >> catholics who impose the church's involvement in politics. at the elhelm of the political movement is baltimore's new
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archbishop. he is spending the word against president barack obama healthcare rule. he kicked off the national movement last night. >> there are many threats against religious liberties mounting for a long time. the mandate sort of put our work on steroids. it kind of runny engaged us. it galvanized us. >> reporter: the church's two week period of prayer, advocation and the church is turning parishioners off with politics. >> young catholics. 18 to 35, they are giving up faith. quitting the faith. because it is being led by politicians. >> reporter: but the church has always advocated for causes like the death penalty and abortion. >> what kind of a country would it be if those of people of faith were shutout of the
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political process. we could not advocated for justice and peace. >> reporter: the baltimore after dice us and other religious institutions have filed federal law suits. mary bubala, eyewitness news. >> and polls show a majority of the catholic women use birth control. any roundal county man accused of impersonating a police officer, picked the wrong target. he was caught red handed when he tried to pullover a real off- duty police officer in prince gorgeous county. his pickup truck was equipped with police lights. he identified himself as a military officer from louisiana. but when he was questioned he tried to runaway. he was caught later. if you have not noticed lately gas prices are done in maryland and around the nation. and energy experts believe that prices at the pump will keep
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dropping. we have more. >> reporter: filling up at the tank was an easy enough task, but watching the dollars at up has been a setback for many. like this business owner. >> it is really tough out here. >> for 30 years alan has owned his business, but once gas prices shot up, he had to dig deep in his pockets. spending $500 to $600 a month. >> that is a lot of money. >> reporter: but today energy analysts have provided a light in the end of a long dark tunnel. predicting gas prices to be below $3 a gallon by halloween. >> and finds it hard to believe. >> reporter: in one year, the national price has dropped 18 cents. maryland, 30 cents and baltimore went to $3.34. aaa is saying that the recent
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predictions and drop in gas prices are due to crude-oil prices going down. >> we seen them dropping in the past few weeks. >> prices at the pump are expected to drop lower by the 4th of july. just in time for the 40 million americans expected to hit the road. >> reporter: typically see gas prices go up around the holiday season, but we seen them decline. >> reporter: drivers are saying gas price business low $3 a gallon sounds good. but they believe it when they see it. >> reporter: the expected drop in prices could have an impact on consumer spending and the presidential election. eyewitness news. >> experts believe that prices will drop 20-cents by 4th of july. onto sports, the battle of the beltway between the orioles and the nationals. a packed crowd last night. this was not for bragging
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rights. the os and the nats are early favorites to make the playoffs this year. hamilton dominated on the mound. that was enough to win it. 2-1. the orioles are back home this weekend to face their closest rivals this sunday afternoon. we are also celebrating a landmark day in college sports. today marks the 40th anniversary of title 9. in 1972, the supreme court passed the amendment allowing women and girls equal access to federalally funded sports program. since that day, girls participating in high school and college sports jumped by 100%. two out of every five athletes
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will wear a dress to prom. >> go girls. >> go girls. you're a big sports fan. i prayed sports in high school. i'm not a big sports fan, i'm huge. >> every one is making fun of me. there are a few around here, the producer is huge fan of the olympics and they are close to now. all right. weather-wise we're starting to trend to cooler. that will be warm, but we will lose the humidity that wehaddarily this week and not triple-digits. closer to 90 degrees, not 100 degrees. >> bring it down. >> we're bridging it down. yesterday we had a strong cold front go through. it had severe weather associated with it. we did see damage reports as far as wind goes, but no tornado reports. this is severe weather in the form of thunderstorms not tornadoes. that front is of here and
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clouds during the morning hours. but we will lose those in the afternoon. right now 70 degrees. it is stich a very warm and muggy morning out there. the documents are pretty high, but throughout the afternoon the dew points are going to drop. so the humidity levels are going the drop from where we have been, but temperatures are lower than yesterday. we are 11 degrees lower than this point yesterday. we didn't drop below 80 degrees two nights ago. so, this morning it is warm, but not quite as warm. as we head through the afternoon, that cooler air will funnel our way. it is hard to hear the word cooler when you get close to 90 degrees. so, this is step 1 this week, but more on the way for the second half of the week. that behind a second cold front up here and another thing that we have to point out. this is being investigated, and we think per the national hurricane center, a tropical storm and more than that. it will be called debbie.
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it could happen today or tomorrow. so, we will keep you updated. if you have an interest in the gulf, pay attention to that. for us, we have the clouds and sunshine returning. high pressure for tomorrow. by monday here is the next cold front that we were talking about. a chance for showers and a thunderstorm or two. but behind that is the real cool down for the middle part of the week. the temperatures, 85 degrees right now. we are going below average with the highs. out on the waters with this going on. the winds out of the north at 5 to 10 knots. a beautiful day out on the water. today our high 89 degrees. losing that humidity, partly cloudy skies and tomorrow 82. so, pretty refreshing. take a look at the next couple of days. 9 for our -- 90 for our high today. a chance for showers and a thunderstorm on monday. that's out of here on tuesday. our high on tuesday, 80 degrees. lows in the 50s and below
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average on wednesday and even thursday with highs in the low to mid-80s. so, we start that trend today, it kicks in on tuesday. >> thank you. still ahead on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back, everybody. what a beautiful morning is out there. not quite as muggy and as intense as the last couple of days. but going to be a warm, beautiful afternoon. now, if you are lucky enough at the ocean look at the forecast. the chance of a thunderstorm today. we're moving the chances through the afternoon, but that front is so close, we can't rule it out. for tomorrow, more sunshine and the temperatures in the 70s. now, for the rest of us, the exclusive eye witness news first warning five-day forecast is like this, 90 degrees today.
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the same thing tomorrow. a cold front on monday. behind the cold front a high of 80 degrees on tuesday. and the lows in the 50s. look at that stretch wednesday and thursday in the low 80s. why this is going on we have to mention there is something brewing in the tropics and the gulf, it could factor into the forecast next week, but we will pay attention to that. >> all right. first, here's what people are talking about today. jerry sandusky is headed to prison for possibly the rest of this life. a jury found the former penn state assistant football coach guilty of 45 of the 48 counts against him. he allegedly abused ten boys over a 15 year period. pennsylvania's attorney general spoke to a cheering crowd shortly after the verdict was announced. he thanked the prosecutors and investigator whose worked on the case and the young men who testified against jerry sandusky. >> they have shown great strength and courage during this investigation.
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candidly and sometimes chillingly, telling their stories not only to the jury in a packed courtroom audience here in pennsylvania, but also to the entire world. >> jerry sandusky was taken away in handcuffs to the county jail. sentences will be in three months, but he will likely be behind bars for life. three los angeles men are under arrest following a videotaped fistfight in the middle of the free way. the two men seen beating and kicking another man and then driving away. turned themselves into after the video went viral. detectives arrested them on assault. now, the victim, this is not the first time he dealt with road rage. last month he was in a similar incident that caused police to arrest him for du hi, hit-and- run and assault.
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some people in indiana will not be able to take a dip in their pool. a chemical reaction in the water sickened 77 people yesterday. eight of them are still in the hospital this morning. health workers have cleared to pool. recreation and parks will keep it shutdown until a full investigation is complete. one dog from england earned his name and new title, fair and square, pretty pooch. he is not. instead, he is the word's uglys dog. he's an 8-year-old chinese crested dog. he's the champion of the ugly dog contest. it comes with a $1,000 prize for his owners and biscuits for him. what a name and face. >> i was wondering if that was his name or the name that they gave him. >> no. he came with that name and then got the title. we can't, he won't look at the
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camera. [ laughter ] >> well, that side profile is horrible. coming up on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back, everybody. the forecast for today, cloning up closer to 90 degrees. not as muggy as it has been lately. this is cooler, but we're talking close to 90 degrees.
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the same thing tomorrow and another cold front on monday. this one a chance for a few showers and thunderstorms. behind it, look at that, a real cool down. 80 degrees on tuesday. and lows into the 50s. well, by the estimates, 36,000 u.s. soldiers were seriously injured in iraq and afghanistan. now, as mike schuh reports. the owner of a restaurant is starting a group to help them. >> reporter: in iraq sergeant lewis led from the 41. >> one of my best qualities was having that cool underfire. you can panic or decide to turn that fear into action. >> reporter: four years ago a firefight in baghdad a buddy was shot and an ied gets him. spend time with lewis, but his attitude makes you forget he is a triple amputee. >> people are going to see you,
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the way that you see yourself. so if you are confidence, they are not going to see a wheelchair, but a confident individual. i had to win over my fiance somehow, right? >> reporter: which brings us to why we are here. his wife is pregnant and her two boys will move in. >> my two daughters and then a fifth on the way. i'm definitely going to need more rooms. >> reporter: three rooms and an elevator are planned for the basement, but lewis cannot get a construction loan. >> this is expensive. >> yes. 20,000 to $100,000. >> reporter: so there is a construction crew. >> these guys stepped up to the bat. >> any small comfort that i can find makes a huge, huge impact on my life. >> reporter: so, despite what
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happened this is a thankful man. >> i cannot say thank you very much enough. that's the problem. >> mike schuh, eyewitness news. >> no whining ever. that fund raiser on saturday starts at the out back and runs until 2:00. still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,
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welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning -- i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm bernadette woods in for meteorologist tim williams on a beautiful saturday morning out there. very comfortable outside compared to the last couple of days. but we have more weather in store for us. look outside, gorgeous out there. a cold front moved through yesterday. a strong one with severe
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weather associated with it. let's switch it over on the satellite-radar. there is going through. we had warnings and damage reports with it. that's history now. we're starting to cool it down. 90 degrees this afternoon. it is 70 this morning. the dew points are high. those will drop through the afternoon. we will take you in closer and show you. now, this afternoon 89 for our high. a lot of sunshine out there. then tomorrow we get close to the 9 again, but we start that into cooler air, that is coming our way next week. the forecast is coming up. >> thank you. first, here's what people are talking about today. after two days of deliberations the jury returned with a guilty verdict for jerry sandusky. now, the former penn state football coach is facing a possible life sentence for abusing young boys. as we report, crowds of people waiting outside of the courthouse cheered. >> reporter: the crowd of residents gathered here outside
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of the courthouse celebrated when they heard the news. jerry sandusky guilty on 45 counts. in court, jerry sandusky had no visible reaction. his bail was revoked and he was led away by the bailiffs. jerry sandusky was led away from court in handcuffs, after being found guilty of 45 counts in his child sex abuse trial. the crowd outside of the courthouse cheered as they heard the verdict after 10:00 p.m. >> we believe that justice has been served. >> the jury convicted generals on all but three counts. his attorney said he was not surprised. >> it was the expected outcome. because of the overwhelming amount of evidence against jerry sandusky. >> reporter: the former penn state assistant football coach was accused of molesting 10 boys over 15 years. 8 boys took the stand describing how the abuse started with gifts, sleepovers
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and trips to penn state football games and then fondling, oral sex and rape. >> reporter: jerry sandusky denied the charges, but he never took the stand in his defense. his attorney tried to discredit investigators and said that the boys were lying. mike mcqueary that he saw jerry sandusky abuse haag young boy in a campus shower, but jurors found jerry sandusky not guilty of that rape charge. joseph's attorney said that his client was optimistic until the end. >> he knew going in the odds were strong he against him, but he felt after the trial was over, he had his best chance at acquittal. >> reporter:gerous will be sentenced in 90 days and likely spend the rest of his life in prison. jerry sandusky's defense department is saying that his family is devastated. back to you. >> jerry sandusky's defense team is saying that they plan
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to appeal the verdict. an suv smashing into a maryland home, sending children to the hospital. it happened in prince george's county. five children and two adults were inside of the children. there children's conditions are from serious to critical this morning. no word on what caused the accident or if charges will be filed. it is a crime that shocked the community. a man murded and then his killer confesses to eating some of the victim's organs. we have more on the tribute. >> reporter: the gruesome way that this 37-year-old was killed rocked communities around the world and left his family and friends devastated. >> today, today -- this, this happened. no one could have seen this coming. >> thomas was his friend, he knew a 21-year-old, a student, known as the maryland cannibal.
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police are saying that he admitted to dismembering and eating his roommate. the horrific crime unfolded last night in hartford county. >> this is what you see in a movie. not people that you know. >> reporter: he was from ghana, but became close with the local kenyan community that thomas is a part of. the memorial will be held here at all nations gospel church. his friends are hoping that by bringing people together, they will raise enough money to return him to his family in ghana and pay for funeral services. >> we want them to know we're with them in this and doing what we can to help. >> reporter: the suspect was transferred to a maryland state mental hospital for an evaluation. thomas is coming to grips with what happened. he is focused on giving his friend the burial he deserves.
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>> he is part of the university. that is why it is so important, so important to get together and do it for him. >> reporter: monique griego, eyewitness news. >> thank you. for more information on the memorial and how you can help his family, log onto our website, wjz.com. huge crowds are on edge this morning in egypt waiting for the new president to be announced there. [ chanting ] >> thousands of protesters rallied in the square after the results of the elections were delayed. supports of the brotherhood are calling on the election. mubarak's former prime minster is saying that he is the real winner. family and friends are mourning the loss of a climbing ranger from mt. ranier.
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he died after plummeting from the mountain, trying to lift injured climbers with the help of the helicopter when he fell. >> that some point during that extrication attempt, they were preparing to lift the second climber off of the mountain nick fell. i don't know the details. but he slid 3,000 feet. >> reporter: the park service will try to recover his body on saturday, but the weather forecast could block their efforts. at least 1500 homes in northern utah are being evacuated this morning after he winds kick up a fire started by target shooters. the blaze is 4,000 acres wide and near a dump. it is only 20% contained. firefighters are calling in additional aircraft and ground crews to snuff it out. this is the 20th target shooting related fire this year in utah. general motors is recalling half of a million vehicles for
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engine fire. it covers the 2011 and '12 of the chevy cruzes. the fire can ignite. general motors will notify owners about the recall. repairs should be free and take 30 minutes. a anniversary for the washington, d.c. metro this morning. this weekend marks the three year anniversary for the one of the worst accidents in metro history. alex demetrick has more on the nine people. >> reporter: aplaque naming the dead was placed over the crash scene in northeast washington, d.c. >> this some my baby. >> reporter: one of 9 people killed three years ago, when two trains collided. despite the engineer hitting the emergency brakes the crash injuryed 80 and launched safety
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measures. victims families hope so. >> they are working on it. >> reporter: eight of the 15 recommendations have been enacted, among them, improved train protection procedures, safety staff. upgraded tracks, but safety improvements are not the only improvements still needed. stronger train cars are still on order. incidents like doors opening on their own when trains are moving other parts of brakes falling off are fresh worries. >> those events are very significant. >> for metro and it's riders. >> reporter: alex demetrick, eyewitness news. >> thank you, according to the federal investigators, metro's challenge now is changing from building the 106-mile system, to maintaining one that is aging. with summer under way in maryland, many are choosing to take a dip to stay cool, but
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there is a warning. president barack obama public works is reminding people that swimming is banned at all of the city's reservoirs. swimming is also ban at the following lakes -- anyway you can to stay warm or cool rather. that's not the way to do it. stay out of the water. >> it is not safe. a lot of people have good memories. it is not the safest way to do it. >> it looks good, but you're right. >> it is a warm day today, but not quite as intense. so, more relief coming our way. >> not enough to jump in a reservoir. >> yesterday, a strong cold front came through. starting to bring us relief and severe weather reports with this. mainly severe thunderstorm warnings. not as much of the tornado threat as a couple of weeks ago. the winds out of the northwest bringing in the air. it is a process here.
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we're talking about a walk arm. it is in the 70s. and the dew points is in the upper 60s. that is high. as we head through the afternoon, the dew points are in the 50s to make it feel better outside. not adding the index to the temperatures. look at the change, 11 degrees lower in baltimore and 10 degrees for most of us this morning. yes. many ofurse dropped below 80 degrees two mornings ago. pretty incredible out there. down to the south. this area is being watched intensely. this is making its way into the gulf. a lot of stormy weather for florida. it is getting peter -- better organized. and probably going become tropical storm debbie. here is the cold front leaving us and another one to the northwest. that will be moving our way on monday. like this, high pressure for today. really nice afternoon. then tomorrow, pretty nice once again. then here is the front on monday. a chance for a couple of
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showers or thunderstorm. the winds pickup behind it on monday and bringing up the cooler air. the temperatures take a hit next week. if you like the cooler air, below average for a couple of days here. the average is 85 degrees. on the water north winds at 5 to 10 knots. the temperatures 85 degrees. it is warming up out there. the forecast for today, we're going up close to 90 degrees. and starting to lose the humidity. tonight, down it 62. a pretty refreshing night. cooler than it has been. look at the the exclusive eye witness news first warning five- day forecast. close to 90 tomorrow. so, pretty nice weekend in store for us. and monday a chance for a couple of showers or thunderstorm. behind it 80 for the high on tuesday. and 50s for lows by the middle part of next week. that's my kind of weather. i'm looking at that one there. >> me, too. still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning. it is 6:45 and 70 degrees. mostly sunny in baltimore. difficulty, that is the ruling a jury makes against jerry sandusky. the former penn state football coach was convicted on 45 counts of child sex abuse last night. the 68 years old had denied all 48 counts against him. saying that he abused ten boys over 15 years. jerry sandusky's attorney is saying that the verdict came as no surprise because of the mountain of evidence against his client. >> he has been determined to guilty by the public and the media from the very onset of the charges. we had an uphill battle, i used the anomaly, that we were attempted to climb mt. everest. obviously, we didn't make it. >> jerry sandusky will likely spend the rest of his life in
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state prison. his defense team will appeal the verdict. a san francisco couple pleads not guilty to the shooting death of the man suspected of pimping and then beating their 17-year-old daughter. the two are facing murder charges in the death of the 22- year-old. prosecutors are saying that my tracked him down in north hall he wood and shot him. he survived the shooting. eight days later the couple allegedly returned and shot him again. this time killing him. they are both being held on $2 million bail each. new backlash against the 7 graders caught bullying a school bus monitor. some of the boys are receiving death threats to taunting the 68 years old. video of the incident went viral on youtube. the father of one of the boys is now apologizing for his son's behavior. >> i just want you to know that my family, all of us are deeply
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upset by this whole thing. we're going to get it right. >> since the video was up loaded. supporters have donatedded half of a million dollars for klein to send her on vacation and help her require. the grandmother will not press charles against the boys, but she charges that they should be banned from riding the bus for a year. a major slip up behind the wheel, leads to a major accident in a chicago parking garage. the driver of this bmw hit the gas instead of the brakes when he was trying to park. that send it through the guardrail and landing on top of two vehicles. no one was injured. but the vehicles were seriously damaged and the jaguar is totaled. this next story just goes to show you that no matter who you are, you should always watch your step. president barack obama made an embarrassing misstep, but a memorable one as he tried to
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take the stage at a recent campaign stop. as he took the stage. he overlooked the last step there and took a bit of a tumble. he laughed about it. no harm done. he bounced back up and gave his speech. watch out, mr. president. >> i have to laugh at myself when i trip. >> you don't want to be the only one not laughing. >> right. >> left at yourself. still ahead on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,
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technology, timing and the rip tide is coming into play this weekend. four cranes are in baltimore. they are trip include two close encounters with bridges.
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alex demetrick is following their journey. >> reporter: the ship carrying four cranes left china two month us ago. the final leg as it approaches the chespy bay bridge. they were dismantled and the ship is riding lower. instruments by noaa measured the clearance. >> the data was upidated and calculated. we provided it to the ship's operators. >> reporter: and the brought spectators to watch it maneuver. >> he must be very nervous. it would not be too good if he hit the bridge. >> this is great, boy, that is something else. >> the clearance looked greater than the 4 feet that had been projected for the largest cranes at the port. >> they will be able to handle
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the biggest ships being built today. they have a span of 22 across and 22 containers across. >> reporter: the cranes now do not have the reach needed to keep pace with the ships. the cranes will leave baltimore and virginia with the hardware to do it on the east coast. now the final obstacle has been cleared. alex demetrickler. -- eyewitness news. >> you cannot make a quick move doing that. the four cranes are $40 million that has been made by port america, the private company that operates the port for the state of maryland. >> that is cool. >> right. >> don't make a back movement. >> no, everything is slow and steady. coming up on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back, everybody. we're having a little bit of fun this morning. planning gigi barnett's wedding. it is wonderful. here is the forecast. 9 degrees. and tomorrow 90 degrees. and look at the next few days after that. another cold front is coming through. a chance for a shower or thunderstorm on monday. behind that, that's the cool down coming our way. 80 degrees on tuesday. 82 on wednesday. well, dozens of musicians are competing in a major guitar competition. here is the catch there. is no guitar. [ laughter ] that's how we all look in the mirror, right? well, the competitors at the
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regional air guitar championship in new york city. 22 contestants competed for the crown. they started playing real guitars to get ready for the event. >> that's great. >> they have to go on the make noise at the national finals in denver next month. >> i think that is the thing to teach your kids air guitar. it is not quite as loud as a real guitar. >> if you mess up, nobody hears it. coming up on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,
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good morning. coming up next on eyewitness news saturday morning -- jerry sandusky convicted the former penn state coach heads to prison after he is convicted of child sex abuse. eyewitness news saturday morning with the latest. >> impersonating a police officer, how detectives caught up with a phony cop posing at one of their own. >> plus a growing divide in baltimore's catholic community.. >> taking live look outside. it is hot and humid. we're at the end of a week long stretch of summer weather. bernadette woods with first warning weather forecast. >> and a major music festival
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has people breaking out their running shoes. eyewitness news saturday morning starts now. good morning. welcome to eyewitness news saturday morning. it is 7:00. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm bernadette woods in for meteorologist tim williams. a beautiful morning. a warm one, not quite as intense as yesterday. not quite as intense this afternoon. yesterday's cold front has come and gone. it did leave a mark in some places with severe storms moving through. look at temperatures this morning. 70 degrees. not the 80 like yesterday morning. around most of the area mid-60s to low 70s. as we head through the afternoon the temperatures are going up there.
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we're close to 90 degrees. we're not talking triple-digits that we talked about this week. the forecast for today, 89. sunshine and lower humidity. a breeze out there. the forecast is coming up. >> thank you. first, here's what people are talking about today. jerry sandusky is facing a possible life sentence after a jury finds him guilty of sexually abusing underaged boys. it is a case that shocked communities nationwide. we have reaction to the verdict. >> reporter: well, the crowd of residents gathered here outside of the courthouse celebrated when they heard the news. jerry sandusky guilty on 45 counts. now, in color, jerry sandusky had no visible reaction. his bail was revoked. he was led away by the bailiffs. jerry sandusky was led away from court in handcuffs after being found guilty of 45 counts in his child sex abuse trial. the crowd outside of the
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courthouse cheered as their heard the verdicts after 10:00 p.m. on the second day of jury deliberations. >> we believe that juries us was served. er . >> -- >> reporter: the jury convicted him on all but three counts. >> it was the expected outcome. >> reporter: the former penn state football coach was accused of molesting ten boys over 15 years. eight accusers took the stand talking about gifts, trips and it led to oral sex and rape. >> reporter: jerry sandusky never took the stand, but his attorney tried to discredit investigators and tried to say that the accusers were lying. mike mcquery identified that he
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saw jerry sandusky in a shower, but jurors found him not guilty of that charge. jerry sandusky was optimistic until the end. >> he knew going in that the odds were strongly against him going in, but he thought he had his best chance at acquittal. >> reporter: jerry sandusky will be sentenced in 90 days and likely spend the rest of his life in prison. his defense department defense defense department is saying that the jerry sandusky family is devastated. back to you. >> thank you. and jerry sandusky's defense team plans to appeal the verdict. an suv smashes into a maryland home, sending several children to the hospital. it happened last night in prince georges county. five children and two adults were in the vehicle when it hit the home. the children's condition range from serious to critical this morning. no word on what caused the accident or if anyone will face charges.
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any roundal county man accused of impersonating a police officer picks the wrung person. she behind bars this morning. he was caught red handed when he tried to pullover a real off- duty officer in prince georges county. his pickup truck was equipped with police lights and he identified himself as a military officer from louisiana. then he tried to runaway and he was caught sometime later. a fight over religious freedom is brewing in the catholic church here in baltimore and the nation. the church is getting ready to take on the obama administration over controversial issues. but as mary bubala explains. not all catholics want to mix politics and faith. >> reporter: this is outside of baltimore's basilica, from catholics who impose the church's involvement in
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politics. obama administration -- is spearheading the opposition against the new healthcare rule that mandates catholic institutions fund birth control for employees. a mass kicked off the national movement last night at the basilica. >> there are many threat these religious liberties mounting for a long time. the mandate sort of -- put our work on steroids. it kind of really engaged us. it gavinized us. >> reporter: this is the church's two week of prayer and advocacy, focused on religious liberty, but catholic are saying it is turning people off. >> young catholics ages 18 to 35 are giving up faith. they are quitting the faith. they see that the church is being held by politicians. >> reporter: the church has always advocated for causes like standing up against the
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death penalty and abortion. >> what kind of a country would it be if those who believed and people of faith were shutout of the political process. we could not advocate for justice and peace. >> reporter: there are federal law suits challenging the obama administration's mandate. mary bubala, eyewitness news. >> polls show that a majority of catholic women use birth control. if you have not noticed lately. gas prices are slightly down, not just here in maryland, but around the country. energy experts believe that they will keep dropping. we'll more on what is driving the prices down. >> reporter: filling up at the tank. it used to seem like an easy enough task, but watching the dollars add up has been a setback for many. like business owner, alan. >> it is really tough out here. >> reporter: for 40 years, amine has owned his business, but said once gas prices shot up, he had to dig deep in his pockets to fill up his work
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truck. spending nearly $500 to $600 a month. >> a lot of money. >> reporter: but today energy analyst provided a light at the end of a long dark tunnel. predicting gas prices to hit below $3 a gallon by halloween. >> and finds it very hard to believe. >> reporter: in one year, the national average dropped 18 cents and the state-maryland 30 cents. aaa is saying that the recent predictions and the drop in prices are due to crude-oil prices going down. >> we have seen them consistently drop over the last few weeks. trading in the $80 to $85 range. >> reporter prices at the pump are expected to drop lower by the 4th of july. just in time for the nearly 40 million americans expected to hit the road. >> typically see gas prices go
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up right around the holiday season, but we seen them decline approaching the memorial day holiday weekend. >> gas prices below $3 a gallon sounds good. >> i would love to see it happen. >> reporter: the drop in prices could have an impact on consumer spending and the presidential election. eyewitness news. >> experts believe that prices will drop 5 to 20 cents by the 4th of july. well, onto storms now. a battle of the beltway between the orands and the nationals. a sellout crowd last night. this game was not just for bragging rights. the os and the nats are early favorites to make the playoffs this year. hamlin dominated ton the mound. one run in 8 innings. that was enough to clench it. the os take it 2-1 and the orioles are back home this weekend.
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we're also celebrating a landmark day in college sports. today marks the 40th anniversary of title 9. back in 1972 the supreme court passed the amendment allowing women and girls equal access to federally funded education and sports programs. since that day, girls parting in high school and college sports jumped by 100%. to put it another way, two out of every five varsity athletes will wear a dress to prom this year. go girls. >> that is a big moment. >> it is big. it is big. >> wonderful. woman sports have just blossomed. that we know. now kids, they grow up, girls think they can do as much as guys. >> that's what they should believe. >> and the olympics, a lot of girls are doing well out there. what is your favorite olympic
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sport. >> you know, being from florida, i like volleyball. >> the beach volleyball. >> my only thing, i wish i could wear the bikinis. >> they are comfortable. >> and wish i had abs like that. >> all of the athletes. i grew up doing gymnastics. so that is mine. the girls are looking good for the u.s. team. so, stay tuned a lot coming up on that. as far as the weather goes, a beautiful day outside. not as hot as the last couple of days. but warm for everyone with pool plans. this is yesterday, a cold front is coming through. this produced warnings. we did have a severe thunderstorm watch in effect and warnings as the front passed through. now that is gone. the winds have turned around to the northwest. here is the drier air. dew points will start the drop near the afternoon. they are at 68 degrees.
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and making it muggy this morning. but at 6:00, they will be down in the 50s. that trend will continue the second half of this week. 72 degrees this morning in baltimore. 74 in washington, d.c. 8 to 10 degrees, 11 degrees cooler in some places than yesterday morning. so, yes. it is a warm morning, but we are stepping down. close to 90 this afternoon. behind a cold front, but there is another one off to the northwest that is going to come our way and bring cooler air. before we get to that look at the gulf. this is probably going to become tropical storm debbie. we have been watching it for a while. it is moving into an area where it could produce more organization and on the gulf cost you must be paying attention to that. back here at home, high pressure for this weekend. that is out of here for the beginning of the week. a chance for a few showers and a couple of thunderstorms on monday. then to cool air settles in for the mild part of next week.
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our average is 85 to 86 degrees. we are below it. out on the waters. this is a beautiful place to be today. 78 degrees. and the ocean temperature is closer to 77 degrees, but they are creeping up. north winds at 5 it 10 qualities. the forecast like this. close to 90 degrees not as muggy as it has been and tonight, a refreshing night out there into the 60s. clear skies, a lot cooler than it has been lately and comfortable. over the next five days, close to 90 tomorrow and lower humidity than the middle part of this week and monday, here is the next cold front when that is out of here, 80 degrees on tuesday. some places may not get out of the 70s for the highs and lows in the 50s. >> all right. still ahead on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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want this to go a little bit longer. i love this song. it has been playing longer with the winds out there. a great win last night. a lot of people from the station where there. it was over 100 who went the game last night. so a good time. we did have a couple of showers and thunderstorms. but we got the game in. those are gone today, close to 90 degrees for hour high. if you're down at the ocean, which is a wonderful place to be any time of the year, but a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm. here is the forecast for ocean city. okay. we will just go to our the exclusive eye witness news first warning five-day forecast. close to 90 today. close to 90 again tomorrow. that's out of here on monday. a chance for a shower or
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thunderstorm. that's the second cold front coming through. 80 on tuesday and wednesday. >> okay. thanks. first, here's what people are talking about today. jerry sandusky is headed to prison, possibly for the rest of his life. a jury found the former penn state assistant football coach guilty on 45 of the 48 counts ailate today sexual abuse oftony boys over a 15 year period. pennsylvania's attorney general thanked the prosecutors and investigator whose worked on the case closely and the young men who testified against jerry sandusky. >> they have shown great strength and courage during this investigation. candidly and sometimes chillingly. telling their stories not only to a jury and papacked courtroom in audience in pennsylvania, but also to the entire world. >> reporter:gerous was carted away in handcuffs to the county jail. sentences will be in three months.
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three los angeles men are under arrest following a fistfight in the middle of the freeway. look at this, two men beating and kicking another man and then driving away. turned themselves in after the road rage video went viral. detectives arrested them and this victim, this is not his first run in with road rage. last month he was in a similar incident that caused police to arrest him for dui, hit-and-run and assault. one dog from england turned his name and new title fair and square. pretty pooch he still is not. instead, he is the world's ugliest dog. meet muggily. an 8-year-old chinese crested dog. he's the champion of the contest. that prize comes with a $1000 prize for his owners and
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biscuits for nugly. >> he's looking like, i'm ugly and i know it. it is an event that's part music, part marathon. >> this year's music festival will kickoff with a 5k run. it is for a great cause. eyewitness news is live. bill is already there to tell us more. good morning. bill. >> good morning. how are you this morning? >> we're good. how are you guys? >> we're just doing great. >> so, what is the festival? >> the music festival, it is a grassroots all volunteer nonprofit to provide breast cancer and screenings for women here in baltimore city. >> how does it work. so if i'm a participant and want to take part what happens? >> we have a number of events today with the jug jog. you can come down and join us at the grill, register and go on a 5k run.
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or come back tonight where we will have two local bands and great acts from, from the region and new orleans, it is all for, it is all for charity. got great free food tonight. i think most of the people come to our events say it is a good time. >> so, with the event most of the money goes to breast cancer, right? funding and research. so, who does this benefit? >> or money goes to provide uninsured and low income women to crucial breast cancer screenings. as you kno , being able to identify it early is part of treatment. >> that is very true. >> to get started folks need to have what? their feet? >> ah, folks will be -- folks will be out, there will be a bunch of food tonight at the event. they will butte on the run and a great course through from hill. >> what is your turnout? >> we have a dozen people here.
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we have 40 minutes before the start. we are open to get 40 to 50 folks down here and have a nice 4 through federal hill. it is a beautiful morning it run. >> that is right. >> all right. good luck with everything. thanks for joining us. >> thanks, everybody. >> all right. bill, the organizers of the festival this morning. still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back, everybody. close to 90 degrees today and tomorrow. we have a really beautiful weekend. it will be warm out there, not quite as intense as this week. a cold front on monday and a chance of a thunderstorm or scattered showers with that. when that is out of here, 80 degrees on tuesday. 82 on wednesday. a world class horse sets a record for a race he ran 39 years ago. secretariat has retired, but owners were back here in maryland asking that the official race time be modified. monique griego explains that the new time changes history books. >> reporter: it is one of the most celebrated horse races in recent history. ever since he on the 1970
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preakness, controversy has surrounded his official time of under 1:55. >> you had the impression watching the film of the race that he ran very fast. >> reporter: the owner is in laurel today to finely put the controversy the rest. >> electric timer malfunctions, to everyone's belief. it showed 1:55 and gentlemen in the press boxes hand timed it at 1:53. >> reporter: that means that he won the preakness and broke the track record. >> secretariat doesn't need the record. racing needs to understand that the times are important. >> reporter: today the racing commission held a hearing to determine if there was enough evidence it lower the time
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based on new video footage. >> she will not be less of a hero if we cannot prove that we broke records. >> reporter: after hours of frame by frame evidence, they changed his time to a 1:53 flat. making him the fastest horse to run the preakness. >> we're now the complete package. >> reporter: this means that secretariat holds the fastest time in all three legs of the triple crown. monique griego, eyewitness news. >> he is the fastest horse to run the preakness, the track record is held by far and away in 1991. >> what a horse. what an amazing horse. big red. that is exciting news. coming up next -- on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning -- it is 7:30. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm bernadette woods in for meteorologist tim williams on this saturday morning. word setting up for a beautiful weekend here. >> it looks beautiful. >> look at that shutout there. the cold front is gone. it is warm and muggy. we will lose the humidity. still warm days, but not as intense has what we just went through. so, 72 in baltimore. the cooler spot is 59 in oakland. pretty refreshing. now, closer everyone in the immediate metro area. mid-60s to lower mid-50s out there. through the afternoon, we will start the get the drier air on top of us. the temperatures are lower, but not cooler. close to 79 degrees this afternoon. so, in the sun it will be
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warm, but you can get relief in the shade this afternoon. the full five-day forecast is coming up. >> thank you. here's what people are toxic about this morning and after two days of deliberations, the jury return as gifty verdict for jerry sandusky. now, she facing a possible life sentence for sexually abusing young boys. we report that crowds of people waited outside of the courthouse for the news. >> reporter: well, the crowd of residents gathered here outside of the courthouse celebrated when they heard the news. jerry sandusky guilty on 45 counts. now, in court, jerry sandusky had no visible reaction. his bail was revoked. he was led away. jerry sandusky was led away from court by handcuffs. after being found guilty of 45 counts in his child sex abuse trial. the crowd outside of the courthouse cheered after they
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hurt the verdict. >> we believe that justice has been served. >> reporter: the jury convicted jerry sandusky on all but three counts. this attorney said he was not surprised. >> it was the expected outcome because of the overwhelming amount of evidence. >> reporter: the former penn state football coach was accused of molesting 10 boys over 15 years. eight accusers took the stand describing how it started with gifts, sleepovers and trips to penn state football games and progressed to fondling, oral sex and rape. jerry sandusky denied the charges, but never took the stand in his defense. instead his attorney tried to discredit investigators and suggested the accusers were lying. the prosecution's star witness, mike mcqueary said that he saw jerry sandusky in a campus shower with a boy, but jurors found jerry sandusky not guilty of that rape charge.
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jer's lawyer is saying that he was optimistic until the end. >> he knew going in the odds were against him. >> reporter: jerry sandusky will be sentenced in 90 days. he will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. jerry sandusky's defense attorney said that the jerry sandusky family is devastatedded. back to you. >> jerry sandusky's defense team is saying it plans to appeal the verdicts. another landmark child sex case ends with a guilty verdict in pennsylvania after a catholic priest is facing serious jail time. william lynn is the highest church leader convicted for covering up sex abuse cases and protecting priestsm lynn spent years investigating claims. but instead of calling police, they moved the priests to other parishes. >> there was no apologize that
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could heal the wounds these children suffered. there are no words to truly express how sorry we should all be for what happened to them. >> reporter: and lynn reports argue that he reported the accusations the his bosses. huge crowds are on edge this morning in egypt waiting for the new president to be announced. [ chanting ] >> thousands of protesters rallied at the square after the results of the election we're delayed. supporters from the brotherhood are calling on the election, but mubarak's former prime minster is saying that he is the real winner. general motors is recalling half of a million vehicles for engine fire. it covers the 2011 and '12 of
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the chevy cruzes compact. general motors will notify owners about it when they bring their vehicles in for repairs. family is friends are mourning the loss of a climbing ranger from mt. ranier in washington state this morning. hall died after plummeting from the mountain. he was trying to rescue four climbers. he was working the left injured climbers with the help of a helicopter and he fell. >> at some point during that extrication attempt, they were trying to lifted the second personal off of the mountain, nick fell. >> the service says it will try to recover hall's body on saturday, today, but the weather forecast could block their efforts. at least 1500 homes in northern utah are being evacuated this morning after
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high winds kick up a fire started by target shooters. the blaze is 4,000 acres wide. so far, it is only about 20% contained. firefighters are calling in additional aircraft and ground crews to snuff it out. this is the 21s fire this year in utah. a major slip-up behind the wheel leads to a major accident in a chicago parking garage. the driver of this bmw hit the gas instead of the brakes when he was trying to park. that sent the car through a guardrail. landing on a jaguar and a mercedes. some people in indiana will not be able to take a dip in their local pool today. a chemical reaction in the water sickened 77 people yesterday. 8 of them are still in the hospital this morning. health workers have cleared the
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pool to reopen. recreation and parks will keep it shutdown until an investigation is complete. two groups trying to clean up the inner harbor, don't see eye to eye about how to do it. mike schuh has more on the fight to clean it up. >> reporter: every time it rains, the water from much of baltimore end up here. pretty on top. filled with trash, chemicals, metals, toxins, animal waste and pesticides. >> we seen the fish kills and sewage spills. the fish kills are boss of over nitrification. >> reporter: attorney tina miters is the harbor's water keeper. her organization has a problem with this. a state permit telling the city how much stormwater pollution that can run to the water. >> the permit has requirements for programs. a lot of them have goal oriented. there is not enforceable
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mandates or deadlines or specific limits on the amounts of pollution that can go into the harbor. without that, it is not easy for citizens or the government to know what is compiling. >> reporter: but the state disagrees. when viewed from the water, they want the state to take a tougher view. >> the stormwater permit is a permit to meet, and that should have limits to how much they can pollute. >> reporter: mde is saying that the proposed permit for baltimore city is a significant step forward in controlling stormwater run off. mike schuh, eyewitness news. back to you. >> and the hearing date for public comment is still to be determined. with summer underway in maryland, many are choosing to
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take a dip anywhere that they can stay cool, but there is a warning. baltimore public works is reminding people that swimming is banned at all of the city's reservoirs. so make sure that you steer clear of those waterways. going green to save green. mary bubala has ideas an how you can be an energy saver. >> reporter: good morning. in today's energy saver. fixed plumbing or dripping faucet. it is waste 200-gallons of water a month. that increasing your water bills and for heating the water. i'm mary bubala, eyewitness news. >> thank you. for more information on how can be an energy saver go to wjz.com. i have not been one in the
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last few days. my ac, blowing out of control. >> it is hot. >> it was hot. you are from -- >> you are from miami. >> i know, i can't handle this. >> i don't know how you lived in miami. some people love that. they want to move it florida. >> no. no. i have become a marylander. >> myself, not that. it is hot out there. today much more refreshing for you. >> good. this week, but we're talking about a warm day. 89 for our high. we're still going to center temperatures above-average, but not quite as humid. 72 degrees is where we sit right now. as we headed through the day yesterday. this cold front moved through and brought a break to that heat and humidity. now, this is a step in the cooler direction. it is today use the word cool with 90 degrees. we have the northerly wind to bring in drier air. the documents are close to 70
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degrees this morning. they are going to drop this afternoon with the temperatures on the rise. 72 is where we sit in baltimore right now. going up close to 90 this afternoon, but compared to yesterday. we are 8 to 10 degrees lower. here was the front that moved through. before we get to the next front. we have to point out what is going on. we have been talking about it this week. broadly speaking of it, things have not formed yet, but this disturbance making its way into the gulf, that will be more organized and tropical storm debbie. we have to pay close attention to this. it hasn't been formed yet, but it could head off to the west or east. it is something to monitor and let you know when we get a feel for what is going on. for us the next cold front is coming our way after a nice weekend. sunshine out there this afternoon. the same idea for tomorrow. the cold front is on monday with scattered showers and
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thunderstorms. when it clears the winds out of the north and brings cool air our way. 80 degrees, compared the 9 degrees. so the forecast looks like this, below average, that average is 85 degrees. we're going to be below average for the second half of the week. on the waters, winds out of the north today, 5 to 10 knots. the bay temperatures is 75 degrees. the water temperatures in the ocean is close to 79 degrees, too. so, into the months it is hotter. tonight dropping down into the lower 60s. tomorrow, as we head through the day, close to 90 degrees once again. that cold front comes our way on monday. scattered showers and thunderstorms. behind that our high, 80 degrees on tuesday. some people only in the upper 70 and the 50s overnight. by wednesday, we start to creep up again, but below average. still ahead on eyewitness
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welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning. 7:45. it is 72 degrees. and mostly sunny in charge city. federal hill promises to be especially busy today. not just because of the activity outside. going shopping and restaurants, but because the music festival is getting underway right now. >> joining us this morning once again from federal hill is the director of the program. this is bill. excuse me the organizer of the program, been. good morning. once again. this time i would like to talk more, we talked about the 5k. let's talk about the music this afternoon and this evening. >> well, we've got a great, a great festival set up tonight. doors open at 6:00 this evening
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on federal hill. we have two local arterts that are going to be joined by a group of folks who are starting to talk about a band. then we have a tradition of bringing up the fund bands from new orleans. so, we're looking forward to a great, a great line-up and a lot of fun. we have electronic and dance going on. so, come down at 6:00 and make a full night. >> and the breast care center at mercy is the organization that are raising money for. can you tell me about that? why did you choose this particular center? >> well, the center, mercy medical center does a great job of reaching out to uninsured and low income women and providing service. so we have been able to provide them funding to get screenings down for low income folks. in 2011.
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we arevided 52 mammograms for women in need here in baltimore city. >> i'm curious, how did you come up with the name? >> the nuns picked up. so, we're excited. the nuns, that is a true story. >> the nuns picked it. >> cool. >> we got it. you know,. >> right. >> okay. so are you running in the 5k coming up. >> i'm going to run. i probably won't win it. i'm just looking to finish this morning. >> that's a good goal. that's my type. >> thank you. >> it starts in a few minutes here. in 12 minutes. so, folks who is not getting there in time, there is another way that folks can help without participating in the 5k. >> there is. if you cannot make it to the jug jog or tonight, you can get
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on our website. you can make a contribution and look for our events in the future. >> all right. >> thank you very much. >> thanks, everybody. >> all right. bill down at federal hill this morning. >> good luck to all of them. still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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well, the sun is up. bernadette has told us, get ready for it, but you know what? you got to protect your skin. so the four seasons is here to
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tell us how to do it. martina, he is the supervisor at the spa. good morning, thanks for joining us. >> thank you, i'll show you the things we have. >> i'm religious about my sunscreen, last week, i didn't reapply, i already applied and i'm a mess and starting to peal. so, what are it the things we need to do. the sun is at the highest point. >> definitely it is strong at this time, you have to be careful. >> what would you suggest to people to keep our skin safe. >> everybody is starting to be careful with the sunscreen, that is number 1. the sunscreen not enough. you got to either way a hat or stay out of the sun during the critical hours of the day. >> so, what are the products there? >> this is one of our new line that is exclusive to the spa at the baltimore four seasons
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hotel. we are just launching it. it is from canada. we're very excited to share that with our guests. >> what is the difference with his line, or would you suggest that i do? >> this line actually has a lot of different corrective, um, possibilities. this is good for -- any kind of sunspots. different types of rosasha, sentative skin. all kinds of wonderful ways of making your skin. >> this is a new. >> this is called -- riddance. diamond riddance. i'm going to put a little bit on your hand and you can see for yourself, it has a diamond powder in it. it does make, gives you a wonderful glow. >> what i see often, i will see people out with their kids the kids are covered in it and the
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mom and dad, it is like on an airline, it says put the life jacket on yourself first and them help someone with you. they forget about themselves. i see it all of the time. the kids look like ghosts and the parents are not doing anything to protect themselves. >> the parents don't have time. they are busy putting the sunscreen on their kids. >> i did last week. i kept putting it on them. >> and the other thing, too. darker skin people. we think if you are hispanic, asian or black that you don't need it, not true. >> you need it, your skin is very sensitive, you need it. hydrate in the summertime it is important to protect it. when you come in, hidrayed and give your skin a nice mask. >> less exposed. >> exactly. >> all right.
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