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night into monday and will pull away from us on tuesday. by now the center of the storm is down in the central part of the bahamas and is still a healthy category two hurricane with 105 mile an hour winds. look at the bench in the tracks for the west up for the mid atlantic coast. that will be sunday night going into monday. the storm system could be riding are vicinity as we get into monday. right over the baltimore area late monday night going into tuesday morning. more on how it will impact our weather, coming up in a few minutes. >> track hurricanes sandy with us by following the storm on our interactive radar act wbaltv.com and on our mobile
app. >> convicted sniper lee malvo now claims he was not just controlled by john loman, but he was sexually abused. -- by john mohammad. jayne miller is live in the newsroom with what he said. >> the sniper team of malvo and mohammed terrorized the area for three weeks in 2002, killing without rhyme or reason. now 27, he says even though he knew it was wrong, he could not make it stop. leave at -- lee malvo says he was powerless to defy a jaunt mohammad 10 years ago and make the sniper shooting stopped. >> i cannot say no. i had wanted that level of love and acceptance and consistency for all of my life and could not find it. even unconsciously, or even in
moments of short reflection, i knew that it was wrong, but i did not have the willpower to say no. >> they were arrested october 24, 2002, while asleep in the snipers car at a maryland restaurant. malvo said his only goal at that time was to protect mohammad and he cared not about the consequences. >> to a certain extent, i was already dead. death per se is not what i feared the most. i feared letting him down more than i feared death. >> he now claims he was abused by it mohammed sexually. >> from the time was 5 years old, i was sexually abused by a babysitter, and then later on our relatives when i was eight, nine years old. then for the entire period from
when i was almost 15 until i got arrested, i was sexually abused by john moment. >> he says he will has forgiven himself. what would he say to the victims of the families? >> i would share with them what has worked for me. please do not allow my actions and the actions of mohammed to hold you hostage and to continue to victimize you for the rest of your life. if you give those images and thoughts that however, it will continue to inflict that suffering over and over and over again. do not give me or him that much power.
>> malvo claims there are other victims that have not been identified. john mohammed was executed in 2009. >> to hear more of the interview with lee malvo, you can visit wbaltv.com. >> in january, some teenagers leaving a party in their home crashed into another vehicle, killing four people, including themselves. today the mother and brother of one of those teams were on trial, accused of furnishing alcohol to minors. >> that both were acquitted on most charges today by a judge. prosecutors say debby and joshua franco were charged back in march, based on statements given to state troopers during the investigation that followed the fatal crash. debby and joshua franco left the glen burnie court house in tears
thursday after they were acquitted on a citation of turning it -- furnishing alcohol to minors. 18-year-old brianna franco was killed in the crash. >> this was a complete tragedy, but it was also a tragedy they were charged as part of this unfortunate incident. the judge's decision clearly exonerated them of any wrongdoing. >> in the early morning hours of january 28, police say 19-year- old britney walker was struck and driving the wrong way on route 50 and slammed into davis's car. witnesses testified that did not know where the alcohol came from, and one witness said neither mrs. arango nor joshua gave them alcohol. >> there has never been any evidence to support the charges in this case, but it was a high
publicity case. i understand that law enforcement was under a lot of pressure to correct most witnesses testified that only saw joshua in passing and only saw mrs. franco as they were leaving the party. the judge granted the motion for acquittal, saying she had to base the decision only on the testimony given in court, and none of which pointed to them furnishing the alcohol. >> i think we should give them the benefit of the doubt and just think about what they have gone through. they lost their daughter brianna in this crash, and today brought back painful and terrible memories. >> there could still be civil lawsuits as a result of the crash. >> three people were killed in a crash involving a car and a tractor-trailer in howard county. it happened on route 1 near meadowridge road around 6:00 this morning. police say a chevy impala was headed north on route 1 when it
collided with a tractor-trailer that was headed south. all the people killed were inside the car. the crash shut down route 1 in both directions as police conducted their investigation. police officers will launch a massive effort to get drunk drivers off the road. it is called project solo, which stands for saving our loved ones. it starts tomorrow and the officers will hit the road arresting impaired drivers. >> this is operations saving our loved ones. it targets roadways where we have had lots of crashes and made lots of arrests. we are looking for that impaired driver and we want to remove him from the roadway. if you are out there driving drunk this weekend on target roadways, you will be arrested.
>> an active duty member of the u.s. navy was shot and killed last night in south baltimore. family members say he and his brother were unloading groceries for their grandmother at the time. according to police, two men approached the brothers and one of the suspects opened fire before escaping in a dark vehicle. there is no motive or suspects at this time. alonzo was described as the smart one in the family and they are understandably heartbroken. >> he made it out of the hood, did something good, and came back to the united states for this. he did not deserve any of this at all. >> police urge anyone with information about this crime to call the homicide unit. metro crimestoppers is offering a $2,000 reward. >> some leaders in the jewish community are pushing for voters to back question 6, the same sex
marriage law. rabbis and other prominent figures in the hebrew congregation talk about the importance of ethics and morals, which mandate that everyone be treated fairly under the law. >> when two people choose to marry because they are gay or straight, they do so because they love each other, they share common values, and they believe in a future that will be better if they commit to one another. >> they believe religious freedom is up held my question 6. members of baltimore teacher's union say they are voting yes to question 7 which would create a casino in prince george's county and at table games to allstate casinos. the protesters talked about how the ballot initiative would bring more jobs and revenue to maryland as a whole. the promises that $200 million of the revenue will be used for funding for education across the
state. >> the college board says in- state tuition at maryland's for your school has gone down from the eighth highest in the nation to the 27th. governor martin o'malley says he is not surprised. >> when you make better choices, you get better results. for years we acted like there is nothing you could do about rising tuition costs, but recently we started making the investment to make college more affordable for more kids. but the governor talked about tuition in annapolis today with more than a dozen college leaders. >> coming up, for a preview of the latest i team investigation conducted by barry simms. it involves a woman who was denied unemployment while undergoing cancer treatment. >> we are tracking hurricanes >> we are tracking hurricanes sandy to see how it will impact
i've always been lucky. flew 37 bombing missions over germany. made it home every time. i'm lucky to have good friends who are all still around, and we're all lucky to have a friend named ben. ben's protected our medicare and veterans' benefits. and he's helping my 13 grandchildren afford college. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i'm honored to approve this message.
cuban area and least 55,000 people had to be evacuated before sandy hit. >> now we know where lowell melser will be during the storm. >> where they collide, you get all that combination of tropical storms, some cold on the west side where the higher elevations of the amount could get some snowfall and it ends up being a mess where they collide on the mid-atlantic coast. it looks like sunday night into monday, that is the main time frame we are concerned about with our particular area. it could all change in the next 24-48 hours. here are the temperatures for today. 61 in the morning and 67 in the afternoon.
mild in the mountains and on the coast, fairly uniform temperature statewide now in the 60's. many areas will stay around 60 tonight at the clouds fell in and fog redevelops. maybe a little drizzle or sprinkle tonight. high pressure off the new england coast pushing in an east wind. levy did an east wind, you can expect cloudy skies and fog. it is really cold behind this front, 32 in denver and chicago is that 75. so there is a strong temperature drop behind that front. the icloud already showing up off the carolina coast. the cold combine with a tropical system coming from the bahamas, they will compliant -- they will collide in the mid-atlantic region. the hurricane center thinks it
will continue on a northward track. is a healthy category two hurricane right now. it will turn off the coast of the carolinas and and then back into the mid atlantic toward the northeast sunday night into monday. the worst-case scenario would be the european model that has been consistent in insisting on the storm moving our way. there is self east of hatteras at about midnight sunday night into monday morning. then it curves back inland, almost right toward baltimore. it moves right over the baltimore-washington area late monday evening going into tuesday morning and then works it way back into the mounds and the grealakes. the mountains have a chance for some snow and we have the potential for high winds and flooding rains. there may be a little sun in afternoon tomorrow and water temperatures of 64-65 degrees on the bay.
a decent day tomorrow, but things will be changing over the weekend. it may change over to snow sunday night into monday and even into tuesday in western maryland. very cold air coming into the mountains laid in the weekend. showers in the evening on saturday and weather conditions deteriorating on the eastern coast and the shore as we go into the upcoming weekend. tomorrow, just like today, fog and clouds in the morning and the sun trying to break through in the afternoon. 68 degrees saturday, most of the day drive. sunset or beyond is when we will start to pick up a shower chance. sunday and monday, the wind and rain pickup. there could be very heavy rain and strong tropical storm force winds if the storm stays on its current track. highs on tuesday only in the 40's. >> this is the 11 sports. >> we have enjoyed a little
reflection time since the ravens loss to the texans. they have lived up to every bit of hype. did they just have a bad game? john harbaugh continues to wage it through that dilemma this week. >> the key is reacting but not overreacting. understanding that there is opportunity in this whole thing. is a 16-game season and it is a tough league. if you get so self-centered around your own situation, then you kind of miss the forest for the trees. this is just part of the process of building a football team. >> the terrapins lost their only experience starting quarterback and now his back up, too. burns will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury.
he provide a great lift last week. now there's just one quarterback left. teams and have a week off like detroit often fall flat. sandoval put forth a historically important effort. he joins the en route, reggie jackson, and albert pools as the only others to accomplish that. >> to go up early in the game like that, get first blood, and get the momentum going and then this capet off with a couple
>> tonight we have an all new investigation for you. a woman who died of -- is dying of breast cancer discovered she cannot collect unemployment while undergoing treatment. >> the burden is substantial. a middle river woman gets ill, loses her job, and then discover she is not eligible for the unemployment benefits she
applied for. >> christine what works as a nurse. she got fired, applied for unemployment benefits, and one. but there is another issue that prevents her from collecting. >> you have astronomical medical bills, co-payments, medications. >> now she is fighting for her health and her home. it has made the battle against breast cancer even more difficult. thousands of families are in similar situations. coming up tonight 11:00, what christine white, another cancer patient, cannot collect unemployment or even disability. it has left her facing financial devastation, and how she is devastation, and how she is teaming up with
as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6. i've always been lucky. flew 37 bombing missions over germany. made it home every time. i'm lucky to have good friends who are all still around, and we're all lucky to have a friend named ben. ben's protected our medicare and veterans' benefits. and he's helping my 13 grandchildren afford college.
he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i'm honored to approve this message. mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore.
>> it will be important to watch this storm over the next few days as it approaches. sunday the weather conditions deteriorated in the evening and monday it looks like the storm system tracks across our area. it could bring flooding rains, coastal erosion, and strong gusty winds. ,ighs only in the 40's depending on the current storm track, which is subject to change.