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starts now. this is wjz tv, baltimore. >> from the cities to the counties to your neighborhood issue now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. i'm mary bubala. kai is off. president obama admits problem with the roll out of his affordable care act and said erg everything is being done. as tara mergener reports, some believes it could be a while. >> president obama walked into the rose garden with janis baker. >> like many consumers out there it took me many frustrating attempts.
>> problems continue to plague healthcare.gov. the white house won't say how many people have been able to select a health insurance plan. >> nobody is as mad as me that the website isn't working as well it should. that means it's going to get fixed. >> president obama said experts are working on it repairs but is not giving a target date when the software will be up to speed. >> there are problems throughout the site. it could take weeks or even months to fix. >> this is a system that was rushed out much too quickly. they didn't have a chance to thoroughly test the system before it went into operation. >> with one change already in the works, users will be able to view plans without having to first fill out applications with huge amounts of personal information. >> tara mergener, wjz eyewitness news. >> there were a few scary moiments duringy
moments during -- scary moments during the president's speech. a lady almost passed out. after the event she thanked the president for catching her. she tweeting she went feeling that great because she's pregnant. a school shooting near reno, nevada leaves two people dead, including the gunman who is a child. it happened at sparks middle school shortly before class started. officers say the gunman killed a teacher and shot two other students. they say appears the teacher was killed trying to intervene and stop the gunman. there's no word on a motive at this point. wjz will have more on this still developing story in a few moments. we are learning more about a deadly shooting at bally's hotel in las vegas. denise is in the news room with the latest.
>> reporter: an argument over the cover charge led to the casino. one patron was killed when he tried to subdue the gunman. two employees were hurt. the shooter is believed to have acted alone. he was taken to the hospital. we do not have word yet on his condition. police have not released the names of the shooting or victim. >> gambling continued after the shooting but yellow crime tape stretched around the slots. a gas leak forces an elementary school in baltimore county to let students out early. sky eye chopper 13 is over dogwood elementary in wood lawn. there was an odor of gas inside the school. bge was called to the scene and found that all the lines outside the school were safe. the school is now investigating inside the building to find an exact cause. police in anne arundel county need your help to find
the person they say robbed a bge substation. police say this man is suspected of stealing copper from the substation on war chapel road. they say the man cut a hole in the fence and stole various amounts of copper. you recognize this person call crime stoppers. also in anne arundel county three teens are facing felony theft charges after they confessed to stealing ammunition owned by the federal government. mike schuh has our story. >> this is what police found. >> at approximately 1:50 a.m. officers were on patrol. >> they say a car driven by brandon shreve hit a car and drove away, parking with the lights off. >> officers approached the vehicle and noticed loads and
loads of ammunition. >> police say they couldn't comp with the reason they had so much ammo and it was special ammo. >> it came to our attention that a storage shed that's owned by the u.s. air marshall service was burglarized. >> burglary tools were found, including a bolt cutter. >> an 18-year-old and 15 and 16-year-old juveniles involved. >> all three were airs ed were arrested. only shreve was identified as hr 18. >> court records indicate the 15-year-old is from glen burnie and the 16-year-old is from baltimore. workers at the port of baltimore are back on the job after striking last week. longshoremen went on strike last week after contract negotiations stalled tuesday. three other unions representing port workers joined that strike. the port of baltimore said management and the longshoremen agreed to a 90-day cool down period while
negotiations continue. an absolutely beautiful fall day to start our work week. taking a live look outside. the sun is still shining. it is about to get a lot chillier. wjz has weather and traffic together. we'll talk to christy in a second. bob turk is up daytonaed the -- is updating the first warning weather first warning weather. >> it's october we're going to get cool. it's 65, 61 oakland, 62 ocean city, 70 cumberland. the dew points down at 40 degrees. this morning, look at the morning lows, 38 at the airport, 32 in cumberland. they're up to 70 now. 37 at the ocean city airport and oakland bottomed out at 34. dc the wart spot at 36. tomorrow we have another front headed our way from the north, northwest. it will bring clouds and cooler temperatures tomorrow night and early wednesday. we may see a
period of rain developing along that front. we expect to see low pressure. we have rain in the forecast late, late tonight night and on wednesday. temperatures are going to get chilly. let's check on our roads. here is christy breslin at wjz traffic control. >> we are starting off with a lot of accidents. northbound 95 at white marsh boulevard. right now delays stretching back to mirevea road. too many accidents in baltimore county. a couple include east northern parkway at york road, washington boulevard at south monroe and eastern boulevard between quinton and 45th street. the west side inner loop slowing down from 895 over to liberty road. on the topside of the inner loop moving at about 35 miles per hour and delays from the jfx back to harford road. there's delays on 95 going back
to harford county. watch for slowing northbound 95 from 322 over to 100. let's take a live look. not too bad there on the beltway at greenspring avenue. this traffic report is brought to you by pnc bank. go to pnc.com. back to you. >> thank you. a 93-year-old hotel on ocean city's board walk is damaged by friday. investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the fire at the majestic hotel. no one was inside when the fire broke out. it took 3 hours for firefighters to get those flames under control. halloween is first approaching. one florida resort is hosting a unique pumpkin carving contest. 30 people
carved on the floor of ma floor. the divers had to keep them from floating away. the winner a pumpkin sportmpkin sporting a retainer. still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at 4:00. animal emergency. >> someone inside said there's gator at the door. >> an alligator traps people inside a wal-mart. how everyone gets out safely. how two men were saved after floating 14 hours. one of the most violins in history played as the titanic sank is auctioned off. how much it sold for. a beautiful fall day. cooler temperatures are coming. bob will be back with the updated first warning weather forecast. mrap
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it's clear, 65 degrees in central maryland right you. the complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. with our chilly temperatures it won't be too long until we're talking about snow. this is what people are dealing with in minnesota. a blast of winter weather is coating parts of the upper midwest. there's just enough snow accumulation for kids to make snow balls and for the parents to scrape off the car. the snow has sense moved out. temperatures are going to be in the 40s for the next couple of days. some shoppers at a florida wal-mart get trapped inside when an alligator blocks the entrance and the exit. it happened at a store in apoka. the slow-moving
gator set off the automatic doors forcing employees to lock them. police and animal control were called for the scene. for shoppers seeing the gator so close is a scary sight. >> it was right against the door. i mean, you could see it. i mean, it was probably five, almost six foot long. it was a nice size gator just chilling. >> there he is just chilling out. no one was hurt. the 6 foot gator eventually movd d along and returned to a near by body of water. a peaceful day out on the water turns into a scary lesson of survival for two new hampshire men. they're boat capsized leaving them stranded in the ocean for hours. >> it was supposed to be a leisurely day at sea. their trip took a terrifying turn. >> we knew it would be a long night. >> the men say a strong gust of
wind caused their 25 foot homemade sailboat to capsize, leaving them clinging for life on a wooden plank on top of their boat. >> our best chance was to stay with the boat. >> the men had no radio to call for help. the one with life jacket drifted away. as the hours passed in the dark of night they turned to their faith. >> we prayed together and encouraged each other. that's a life or death struggle. . >> their prayers were answered early saturday morning when a fishing crew spotted their bolt and called for help. >> they were very cold. they were very thankful that wed them and that we took them in. >> the men were brought back to dry land safely, cold, wet and a little shaken up from their or
deal. >> i can not imagine being out there for 14 hours. >> the men refused medical attention once they made it back to land. we are updating the developing story out of nevada. a child is dead after a shooting at a school. teresa garcia has the latest for wjz. >> police in nevada say a student opened fire on a campus at sparks middle school shortly before class started. officers say he killed the teacher and shot two other students. >> one has gone through surgery and is out. the other individual is doing well. >> the suspect is also dead. police say they have nearly 30 witnesses to interview and video to review but that it appears the teacher was shot and killed trying to intervene and stop the shooter. >> as you can imagine, the best description is chaos. it's hard to say whether he was targeting
specific people or going on a shooting spree. >> nearly 200 law enforcement officers secured the school. students from the middle school and elementary school evacuated to a high school. >> i want to say how tragic this is and how saddened we are. our students safety and our staff's safety is of utmost paramount concern to us. >> the school district said it's closing sparks middle school for the week as it offering counseling and an investigation getting underway. teresa garcia, wjz eyewitness news. >> the identities of the shooter and the three victims are not being released yet. an up and down day to start the week on wall street. >> [bells ringing] >> the dow ends the day down.
it is down more than 14 point s. s&p is up a fraction and the nasdaq is up 6. let's go to new york right now with wendy gillette has tonight's cbs money watch update. >> mcdonalds is hoping you'll be loving new menu options. it announced it will add higher priced item to their dollar menu. koinlt it comes as the chain announced its fourth quarter profit rose 5%. >> americans bought fewer homes this month. the association of realtors said sales dropped 2%. >> the september jobs report was delayed because of the government shutdown and should be released tomorrow.
>> here's a new way thieves are stealing cargo, posing as truckers and driving away. a few of the thefts 80,000 pounds of walnut, $200,000 worth of cheese and $400,000 worth of king crab. that's your money watch. for more log onto cbsmoneywatch.com. in new york, i'm wendy gillette. it may be one of the famous violins in history instrument played on the titanic as it sank. >> this violin belong today a musician named wallace heartily. he was the bad leader of the titanic. that's why the instrument fetched $1.7 million in action. the violin didn't fall to the ocean floor.
they believe it was strapped to heartily's body when it was pull from the water. what helped identify it was an engraving. for wallace on the occasion of our engagement from maria. the violin was returned to her after the ship wreck. she never married. >> to be fair, other historic violins have gone for more. one fetched almost $16 million. this is one of many titanic artifact has come up for auction. it tells a story that is a romance and a tragedy. >> as remembered in film, this is believed to be the instrument heartily used for the hem mirror my god to thee as the bank played on when the ship sank into the atlantic. >> this is violin is not playable and may never be again. coming up on wjz eyewitness
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a beautiful afternoon right on the money as far as temperatures this afternoon. bright sunshine and dry air. 65 now. dew points way down at 40 degrees. humidity only 39%. the winds shifted a little bit now to the south and southeast at 12. the barometer is going to start the fall as the front approach from the west. 70 in cumberland. this morning they were 32 degrees. oakland now 61. they were 34 we're at 65 now at the airport, they were down to 38. familiarly thursday and friday we will probably see our first frost. 67 dc now, 63 ocean city and easton up there at 68.
once again, very dry air will continue tonight. 66 bel air, 63 by the bay, annapolis and on kent island. right now we have a southeast wind in the region. tomorrow it shifts back to the west as the front approach from the west. we will have some clouds. temperatures behind that front, 49 in chicago, only 38 minneapolis. there's been snow most of the day in the upper peninsula of michigan and across northern sections of minnesota. temperatures in the mid 30s. 37 winnipeg. 84 in phoenix, south of us in the 70s ahead of this front. we're going to have that front go through the area tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow night. we will start seeing some clouds on the increase late tomorrow night. maybe, just maybe a shower will come through the area with that front. along that front we expect low pressure to develop. so tomorrow night and early wednesday, that's when we have the best chance of picking up some rain. most of it to the east of us. we have some rain in the forecast for wednesday and certainly cooler
temperatures. wednesday may not get out of the low 50s, particularly if we have rain around the area. west winds on the bay 5 to 10 knots. sunrise 7:24, sunset at 6:18. bay temperature stuck there around 65 degrees. over night tonight, generally a fair night. late tonight some increasing clouds. down around 46. warmer than it was this morning. tomorrow back up exactly where we were today but we'll have a lot more clouds. late tomorrow night, maybe after 11:00, a little rain develops. it looks like that rain chance will continue into your wednesday morning drive. so we have to deal with that. after that temperatures only to be in the low to mid 50s for the rest of the week. it will be 8 to 10 degrees cooler than average and a chance of frost. >> so far so good. we've been spoiled. don't s tonight's cbs prime time line up. at 10:00 it's a new episode of hostages to be followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. same-sex marriages now legal in new jersey.
>> marriage is equal in new jersey. >> celebrations for couples across the state. the mother of a florida teen charge in a bullying suicide case now faces charges of her own but it's because of this video. how police found it. football rivalry gone too fm . a jets fan punches a patriots fan in the face. that's only part of,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
same-sex couples are free to marry in new jersey. the services began at 12:01 this morning. marly hall reports for wjz. governor chris christy said he's no longer going to fight the law. >> it's officially past midnight. marriage is equal new jersey. >> the stroke of midnight ended 7 years of waiting. >> i cory booker declare you janell and lydia lawful spouses. you may kiss your spouse. >> they were among dozens of couples who didn't waste a moment as new jersey became the 14th state to recognize same-sex marriages. >> i'm glad we stood up, fought and won. >> newark mayor cory booker refused to perform wedding ceremonies for any couple until now. >> it was my way of protesting the painful reality that i could not marry all citizens equally.
>> he asked if anyone objected to the marriage. a protester spoke up. >> this is unlawful in the eyes of god. >> chris christy tried to put the same-sex marriages on hold while they appealed. this morning christy officially dropped his appeal. >> the governor argues the institution of marriage for 2000 years has been between a man and woman. he's now promising to uphold the state's new law, allowing same-sex marriages. >> marly hall, wjz eyewitness news. >> new jersey has recognized same-sex unions since 2007. more arrests are expected in the case of two florida inmates who escaped from prison using forged documents. mary is news room with more on this. >> reporter: investigators believe the convicted killers had help getting the forged documents. this is brand new cell phone video of u.s. marshalls capturing the men. the prisoners are back in
custody and being questioned by police and the florida department of corrections. the investigation is focusing on who forged the papers for them and helped them hide from police after their scam was discovered. the men were at the hotel when they were arrested because they were waiting for somebody to arrive from atlanta to take them out of state. back to you. >> thank you. the pa panama city police department is pursuing a tip that someone was offering to forge documents for prisoners for $8,000. it may be a case of like mother like daughter. vivian vosburg is under arrest for suspected child abuse. her daughter is already under arrest for bullying a girl who committed suicide. >> the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. >> harsh words from polk county sheriff judd after he saw this. >> what is wrong with you? >> a surprising video showing
vivian vosburg punching and hitting kids. the video was deemed child abuse and negligent. >> do you have anything to say? >> the mom was arrested just five days after vosburg's daughter 14-year-old guadalupe shaw was charged and arrested with aggravated stalking and bullying that contributed to the suicide of 12-year-old rebecca sedwick. shaw's attorney denies that charge. >> according to an affidavit vosburg said two boys were having a fight and she was just trying to break them up. she added that she was having a bad day. >> what is wrong with you? >> the woman in this video is a far cry from the concerned mother who told me she was sure her daughter was wrongly accused. >> i think it's not fair because they're punishing my daughter for something they're saying she did over the internet. i know that my daughter couldn't do something like that.
>> she told cnn she monitored her children's social media accounts. this sheriff's department said they easily located this video on facebook. meanwhile the sedwick family still copes. >> sedwick jumped to her death a month before her 13th birthday. homicide detectives make an arrest in a murder. marvin hut ton shot and killed ron williams on september 24th. police found williams body on up shaw road in the lake side neighborhood. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. the motive is not being released. be careful if you're going to the woods of western maryland this week. the annual black bear hunting season is now open in allegany and garrett counties. it will go until saturday unless the number of bears killed reaches the state's quota of 95 to 130. the state issued 380 bear permits. each one allows up to two hunters on
public land. if you could price out our weather today, it would be a million bucks. take a live look outside right now. we're still experiencing some especially clear conditions. wjz has weather and traffic together. bob is here with the updated numbers from first warning weather. >> beautiful fall afternoon. lovely. chill areally morning. -- chilly morning. with a lot of sunshine, a few high clouds. 65 now, 63 ocean city. this morning, however, look at the temperatures. we were at 38, cumberland dropped to 32 degrees and back up to 70 now. hard to tell what to wear. 34 oakland an 37 at the airport at ocean city. the warm spot dc by the river at reagan national, they were at 46. now, tomorrow another front comes through the area with another shot of cool air headed our way. looks like the balance of this week will be from 5 to 10 degrees lower than average. our average is now in the mid 60s. could see some
rain late tomorrow night, early wednesday. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. >> thank you, bob. let's check on the roads with christy breslin at wjz traffic control. hello, christy. >> hi, everyone. proving to be a very active aftn as far as accidents go. if you're traveling along 70 westbound we have an accident after the beltway. apparently a vehicle has gone over the embankment northbound 295 also at route 100. the west side inner loop slows down from 95 back to liberty road. 34 miles per hour average. on the topside of the inner loop slow traffic from greenspring avenue to harford road. the accident at 95 at white marsh boulevard has been cleared but still a steady delay. it ranges up to route 24 in harford county. average speed about 24 miles per hour. back to those accidents. east northern parkway at york road, west north avenue at druid hill and southbound at fleet street. let's take a live look. we have volume there on 95 just south of campbell boulevard. this
traffic report is brought to you by pnc bank. see your cash flow at cash flow insight. go to pcn.com. back to you. >> thank you. here's something you don't see day. an 11 acre portrait in ireland. it shows a young girl making a wish. there it is. the unveiling opens the bell fet ival at queens. the picture was made from 30,000 pegs, 2,000 tons of soil and 2,000 tons of sand. the cuban american artist said it's the largest he has ever created. >> phenomenal. >> sure is. >> just to get in a hept health to see held -- helicopter to see it. >> right. wild fires continue to wreak havoc in australia.
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a six people are dead after a bus explodes in russia. police believe a female suicide bomber caused the blast. the explosion injured 30 people, some seriously. it's raising fears that militant groups may be stepping up attacks in russia. in the nerter lands a fire destroys a hot spot. one person is dead, the flames destroyed 14 other buildings. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a state of emergency is in effect in australia as firefighters continue to
struggle with several out of control brush fires. the weather is expected to make things worse. >> it seems beyond belief. lighting fires during a bush fiy in an effort to save lives. >> we're not miracle makers but will do the best we can. >> two major fire fronts are close together. authorities fear they could join as conditions worsen. so the rural fire service is blackening the bush. >> they are aware of the do-nothing approach is disastrous. >> it's a dangerous task. there's thoughs in the communitg those in the community have been working against them. a 11-year-old was charged with fighting two fires. now there's
lewding. >> it's the worst thing you can do. >> fanning the flames are strong winds. gusts up of to 100 kilo meters an hour. >> one moment you can be fine the next you're not. >> you can't fight a fire like this. >> now, people living are calling volunteer firefighters yellow angels. reenforcements are coming in from across the country. the rivalry between the jets and patriots taking a violent turn. it's all caught on tape. alex demetrick is in the news room with the latest. >> reporter: it's not unusual to see a fight but this video is is surprising for what it shows. a man wearing a number 80 jets jerry getting involved in a scuffle near the concession stand. as he's being pulled away a blonde woman pushes him. she responded with a hard right
that connects with her face, then a patriots fan punched him. the jets said we do not tolerate that matter. >> no one was seriously injured not fight. peal, blonde and blue-eyed, a 4-year-old is found in grease with a couple posing as her parents. >> the girl known only as maria is seen play with woman accused of abducting her. she's thought to be 5 or 6 years old. an investigator became suspicious because the girl didn't look like the people claiming to her parents. they told the judge monday the child's boy logical mother gave maria to them because she could not look after her. they are charged with
kidnapping her. >> claiming that we never abducted this child. we just adopted her. >> police suspect the girl is a victim of child trafficking. the couple's lawyer said if that were true they would've sold her instead of spending money to care for her. he said they provided this bed, dolls and love and raised the girl since she was a baby. investigators say maria speaks only a few words of their language. geek social services are caring for the girl while investigators pursue thousands of phone and e-mail tips around the world, including the united states. >> now, greek authorities say they're looking into whether the child was illegally registered to claim government benefits or being used to beg for money on the streets. if you tried to post on facebook you might have
experienced technical difficulties. an error message said there's a problem please try later. some users were able to do status updates and posts. facebook said the site went down for required maintenance. in tonight's wjz health watch a new study shows spanking your child may be more damaging than first thought. allison harmolon reports for wjz. >> studies show spanking can lead to behavioral problems. now researchers found it might hurt a child's cognitive development. >> children spanked by fathers showed decreases in verbal capacity by age 9. >> children spanked were more likely to break rules. >> scientists look at nearly 2,000 children and found that spainging is still very common. >> 50% of parents were
spanking. >> wendy bradford is trying hard not to spank. >> i'm stuck with three kids in a small apartment who have been acting out far few hours. you know, that's the last straw of the day. i don't think it's okay. >> most pediatricians agree there are better ways to discipline. >> discussing the bad behavior, positive reenforcement and limited use of time outs. >> wendy is trying the reward system with marbles. >> a new a whole new set of methods >> doctors also suggest parents take a time out themselves to think of the most effective punishment before spanking. >> critics say one issue with the study is researchers did not define spanking, which of course can range from a swat to more forceful hitting. a man from finland wins the title for the fifth time this
weekend. he finished the 278 course in just over 48 seconds. m in this case he got about $445. the man has won the world championship five times but with a different teammate. or a different wife it appears. >> he's got a dilemma. he wants it to be a small -- wants her to be small but the more weight she weighs the more beer and cash. sunshine and seasonal temperatures to start the work week. >> it's about to get a lot colder. bob has the updated first warning weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
up. those leaves are causing issues. the water comes over and it goes into your basement. trust me. it happened. let's take a look. it's 65 degrees with a lot of sunshine. just a few high clouds coming in the distance. barometer holding steady, currently 30.03. humidity way down. winds south, southeast at 12. the dew point is down at 40 degrees. dry air. 72 in cumberland. they warm ed ed up. 61 oakland, 62 ocean city and 67 in dc. locally temperatures in the mid 60s, which is where it's supposed to be on this date in october. it's going to get colder this week though. southeast winds tomorrow. a front will come through the region tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow night. it will bring some clouds. it doesn't look like we see any precipitation until late, late tomorrow night. you can see the difference in the temperatures here. 60s and 70s here, 40s, 50s, even the 30s across
southern canada. portions of northern minnesota saw a couple inches of wet know. some areas near lake michigan saw shower activity. you can see the chilly air moving down. as this cold air comes across the great lakes, looking to have the first lake effect snow of the season. that means you get the cold air moving over the lakes and picks up that moisture. if it's not low to mid 30s, temperatures cold enough for snow you will see a lot of areas around eerie, buffalo, cleveland may see some snow. particularly the end of the week as that cool air moves across the great lakes. the front to the west of it, not sure if it's much of anything. it will pick up moisture. clouds coming in late tomorrow night. we may see some rain with that front. we expect to see something develop off the
east coast, means enhanced rain along the coast. tomorrow night and wednesday morning is your best chance of picking up rain. behind the front it turns chillier, quite a bit cooler by wednesday, thursday and friday. temperatures running about 8 to 10 degrees cooler than normal. we will talk about the low to mid 50s and nighttime lows in the 30s and 40s. if it stays clear we have a good chance of getting frost later this week in the northern and western areas. a quick look at the tropics. believe it or not, there's still something going on out there. lorenzo formed this afternoon. it's not going anywhere. west winds 5 to 10. the bay temperature around 65 degrees. tonight increasing clouds late tonight, 46. tomorrow clouds and sunshine. rain possible late tomorrow night. that will continue into your wednesday more. tomorrow's high 66 degrees. >> okay. the leaves are starting to turn. >> leaves are everywhere right now. >> yes.
mills. we'll hear what coach harbaugh has to say about getting his team back to winning ways. >> check in on these stories and all the day's breaking news. wjz starts now. school shooting inside a nevada school. why authorities say a student is to blame. >> good evening i'm mary bubala. >> and i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about. >> a school shooting in a middle scho