tv Eyewitness News Morning Edition CBS October 3, 2013 6:00am-7:00am EDT
good morning at the top of the hour, this day is starting off nicely unless you're a federal worker on furlough i guess. sharon is watching traffic. it's meteorologist tim williams in for marty bass over at first warning weather. we're starting off with temperatures around 60 degrees en route to a high of 84. warm with sun and some clouds. the over night lows staying around 60 degrees. we'll go into your first friday of october at 87. our first chance of any rain or thunderstorms that we've had in a while. that will be tomorrow.
87 degrees though. some parts of the area south of the metro could see temperatures close to 90. your complete first warning weather forecast coming up. how about the roadways this thursday morning? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> we're mostly seeing 50s and 60s on the roads this morning. there's a look at your speed sensors around the area. lots of mid 50s. a couple of lower 60s out there. the average speed on the beltway still 55 as it should be. same goes for 95 southbound between pretty much white marsh and the tunnel. that's a look at 95 at 395 running smoothly. there's a look at everything running smoothly if you're headed out on 95 south of campbell. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. the government shut enters day three after a meeting between congressional leaders and the president that failed to produce any budget agreement. wjz has complete coverage of the shut down for you.
mike schuh has more on impacts of a major sporting event. first susan mcginnis reports for wjz. >> congressional leaders left a white house meeting once again blaming each other for the partial government shutdown. >> we're through playing these little games. >> republicans are standing their ground saying any new budget agreement must include changes to the affordable care act. >> all we're asking for here is a discussion and fairness for the american people under obamacare. >> democrats stay they'll negotiate but only after the house passes a temporary budget with no strings attached. president obama believes there are enough votes for it to pass. >> the only thing that's stopping it is they have not been willing to say no to a faction of the republican party that are willing to burn the house down because of an obsession over my health care initiative. >> with neither side showing
any sign of giving in the estimated 800,000 federal employees now furloughed are bracing for what could be an extended period without pay. >> my honey-do list getting longer. >> bob turner is spending time gardening instead of working at the faa. >> it's not like vacation. >> his income sport s his wife and daughter's family. >> you don't know when it's going to end or the financial impact. >> turner has been through this before. he was furloughed during the last government shutdown in 1995. in washington, susan mcginnis, wjz eyewitness news. >> and our complete coverage of the government shutdown continues. students at two military service academies get at least a little good news this morning. wjz and mike schuh are live with it. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. it also takes a lot of civilians to run those academies and those at the naval academy have been furloughed so there's no classes. the big air force and
navy game will go on. >> the set up for the big navy and air force game went on as scheduled wednesday. it was unclear if it would take place. >> i never thought that it would get anywhere near football. >> the partisan gridlock in washington is causing shock waves nationwide. it's impacting a broad range of government workers, private citizens and even the sports programs at the military service academies. late last night game the news that the teams and the fans were hoping for. a naval academy spokesperson said the game will not be canceled, a relief for tens of thousands of people who already bought tickets. >> they said it's not going to happen. >> the government shut down is effecting academics at the naval academy. 930 faculty and staff are being furloughed. no teachers, no class. >> some of us showed up and just studied. others were told not to go to class so they just
stayed in their rooms. >> reporter: now, because that game is paid for by funds that are not appropriated by congress it will be allowed to continue. i'm mike schuh reporting live downtown. back to you. >> thank you. stay with wjz for complete coverage of the government shutdown. the president plans to visit a construction company in montgomery county today to talk about the shut down's effect on small businesses. the latest on that and the ongoing negotiations here on wjz 13. baltimore city police are on the look out for their newest public enemy number one. 26-year-old christopher good is wanted for attempted murder and domestic violence. last month good stabbed the mother of his child 10 times, killing her. officers believe good is still in south baltimore. they say he's to be considered armed and dangerous. anyone with information on him and his whereabouts is asked to call baltimore city police. in tennessee eight people are dead, more than a dozen injured in a crash involving a church bus.
it happened on interstate 40 in jefferson county, tennessee. the bus blew a tire, veered across the median and crashed into a tractor trailer. 6 seniors on the bus are dead. a man accused of setting off a bloody road rage incident between a group of motorcycle riders appears in a new york city courtroom. 28-year-old christopher cruz is charged with reckless driving. he's slowing down his bike leading the suv to clip it. >> his motorcycle was struck and he stood right there. he never assaulted this man, never tried to assault him and he does not know any of the other motorcyclists involved in this beating. >> police say the driver who was in the suv with his wife and 2-year-old was beaten by the
riders. that man ran over one of the bikers and may have left him paralyzed. sad news about one of the world's best selling authors. tom clancy, who was born and lived here in baltimore, died at johns hopkins after a brief illness. mary bubala has more on his literary legacy. >> as one of the most successful writers of military and political thrillers of all times, tom clancy kept readers on the edge of their seats. news of his death at just 66 years old has shocked his fans across the world and here at home. >> it's a huge fan base of people, particularly male readers of action, they're going to feel a sense of sadness. >> clancy was a minority owner in the orioles, throwing out the first pitch in 1994. >> when i get involved i get involved. that's my team now. i have to watch and make sure they do it right.
>> orioles owner peter angalos released this statement. h he was a valued friend and advise or. he will be missed. >> tom clancy was born in baltimore, attended ed loyola. >> what an honor. >> and then loyola college where he was commencement speaker in 1986. he was a former insurance agent who went onto write 28 novels. >> it's to make people think. >> clancy's book s s were will transformed into block buster hollywood films, including the hunt for red october. he made his mark in the video game world with games like ghost recon and well before that politica, the novel and board game. he was that was the project he was most proud of. >> it's completely new. >> all this made clancy a very
wealthy man. he was very private. he lived in the ritz carlton along key highway combining six condos into one. he continued to write. his latest novel, command authority is planned for release december 3rd. >> clancy was also involved in several local charities, including raising millions of collars for johns hopkins. turning to sports, the rays move on to the playoffs after shutting out the cleveland indians. young homered in the third off of the indians rookie danny salazar. tampa bay starter alex cob and closer fernando rodney wouldn't give up a single run to the indians. they move onto play the boston red sox. turning to football, the ravens are welcoming a new player. he is eugene monroe.
he's acquired from the jack jacksonville jaguars. they think he will be a good addition to the offensive line. >> i think every move we make around here is done for a reason and done with the understanding that it could effect the locker room in some way. i think the way we react the most to those things is positively and we find ways to get better and use it to our advantage. >> we just put our heads down every day and go to work. i don't know what kind of message it can send. you know, like i said, we just get to work and try to get things corrected. >> the team says it wants to get the 5-year veteran from the university of virginia on to the practice field today and again for the game in miami on sunday. that could mean less playing time for bryant mckinney, the ravens current starter at that spot. so the ravens are getting ready for a trip to florida to face the dolphins, a game you can see live right here on wjz
13. oh our coverage gets underway sunday afternoon at 1:00. >> startting to get an idea of the forecast. looks like they could have a chance of showers. doesn't look like a wash out. of course, it's going to be warm, in the 80s down in miami. >> warm and rain. >> yeah. not too bad. not a wash out. >> okay. a lot of people from here are going because who wants to pass up a trip to miami? >> absolutely. 84 degrees here today . 61 right now. it's going to be a pretty nice next few days. >> i'm looking forward to that. 12 and a half past the hour. let's go out to roois oois -- let's go out to reisterstown and ron matz. >> reporter: that's right. >> you look like pepe la pu. >> reporter: all right, charlie, let's move. all right.
good morning. a nice start to the day. if you go out now, if you have little ones going out to the bus stop a very comfortable start to the day. temperatures around 60 degrees. 58 is your dew point. winds are calm. high pressure still dominating this forecast. 50s out in cumberland and oakland 60s everywhere else. 66 down in ocean city. one of the warmer spots on the map. 59 bel air, 61 columbia and in westminster, 64 in annapolis and kent island, 63 in rock hall. winds are calm right now. we've had a bit of a flow from the south as you see down here towards dc. that's all around high pressure that's
still pumping in that warm air. we're going to be in the mid 80s today and to put it in perspective, 71 is your normal high for this day. 50 is the normal over night low. we will be closer to 84. we have a disturbance down around south florida that we were talking about with the ravens. we will be watching that. we have a warm front lifting into the region followed by a cold front. it could trigger a shower or thunderstorm tomorrow. the warm air stays with us. then we have a cold front that just kind of zips across the region and then maybe touches off tomorrow and then maybe another one on sunday. our temperatures still staying around 80 degrees into next week with a chance of showers. sunrise today at 7:06. sunset at 6:45. your next high tide at 6:26. just know this is
the main number, 84 degrees. 59 with partly cloudy skies over night. tomorrow 87 with a chance of showers, then 86, 84, 78 and 76. >> thank you. any hassles on the hurry up? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. only one hassle and it's a minor one. a road had a veried hazard at riva road. there's a deer in the road there. speeds still great on the beltway and 95. there's a live look at 95 south of campbell. no problems there. 95 looking good at 39 5 as well. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you dream of all the places you'd like go? well, toyota is ready to take you there. now is the time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. now is the time to go to travel reisterstown to ron matz and friends. >> reporter: good morning, don. welcome back. tim, good morning
morning, welcome back. >> thank you. >> reporter: we're live in reisterstown this morning. dog fest 2013, the baltimore humane society. it happens on saturday 10:00 to 5:00. wendy is here. how are you doing? >> hello. i'm fine. >> reporter: let's talk about the baltimore humane society a little bit because you do such a great job. >> thanks. we are a no-kill kill sheller in reisterstown. we have dogs, cats and rabbits and all sorts of other animals. >> reporter: saturday is the big day, it's dog fest. a lot of things going on. >> more than you can imagine. we have activities all day long for dogs, kids, families. you don't just have to bring a dog. >> reporter: you can watch. >> we have cosgarea -- we have costume contests >> reporter: we have a couple
of dogs in costumes this morning. this is a no twerking zone. get over here. all right. chae lee -- charlie is in a costume. >> he thinks he's a skunk today. >> reporter: is that ruby? ruby, you look lovely. thank you very much. what kind of dog is ruby? >> a boxer. >> reporter: okay. do you want to bring up hope? this is amanda and hope. >> awe. >> reporter: what kind of dog is hope? >> a saint bernard mix. >> reporter: by the way, we should point out that all three of these beautiful dogs are available for adoption. >> they absolutely are for adoption. if you're vested you can go online and fill out an application or come into the shelter which we really encourage. >> reporter: very good.
we have the cones set up. you're going to have a gility contests. >> there's so much going on. agility, swimming, paw paints. >> reporter: you have paws on parade. >> yes. we have a walk in the morning from 10:00 to 12:00. you can come and walk any time between 10:00 and 12:00. >> reporter: very good. a big cleb elebrity judge will be here on saturday from wjz. >> bob turk. >> reporter: very good . bob turk will be kissing one of these dogs on saturday. it's going to be exciting. thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: also great to see you. ladies, christine, amanda and amanda thank you so much. it's dog fest saturday at the baltimore humane society. thank you. back to you on tv hill.
>> thank you very much . big time this weekend. >> hard to get the costumes on the dogs, harder to keep them on the dogs. >> one liked like it was ernie but no bert. >> i did see that. >> or was it some other character? still to come on wjz this morning. >> it might be a mystery who the winner is of the mega millions lottery ticket but it's no mystery where the ticket was sold. i'm christie illeto and that story is next. ,,,,,,
it is 25 past 6:00. this morning we're looking for a mystery millionaire. someone in the state of maryland is $189 million richer this morning. the only winning mega millions ticket was sold in severn in anne arundel county. as christie illeto explains, so far nobody has come forward with it. >> hundreds of thousands of tickets printed but only one ticket is a winner wednesday. maryland lottery officials say it sold at a dash-in severn. >> this is the first time. i'm so excited. i'm so happy to see who hit the lottery. >> the store walks away with $100,000 of selling the ticket. the identity of the winner is still a mystery. >> when you found out this was the store what ran through your
mind? >> i could kick myself because i didn't play. >> we don't know who those winners or winner is. there's a lot of money about to be won by somebody. >> maryland lottery said the winner hand selected these numbers. the $189 million jackpot is worth about $130 million in cash, $86 million after taxes. >> i checked my tickets. no winner. >> me ga millions tickets are sold in 44 states. the odds of winning 175.7 million to 1. >> i pick my numbers here every day. >> do you think you'll be lucky? >> i hope so. >> as for the mystery winner, tons of people are lining up to be just like you. >> the winner isn't the only one cashing in, the state received millions in tax revenue. >> the winner has 182 days to
claim their prize. next up this morning right here on wjz. >> congressional leaders visit the white house but return no closer to a deal to reopen the government. i'm susan mcginnis in washington. coming up, furloughed workers prepare for what could be weeks out pay. >> reporter: while classes are canceled at the naval academy, the football game will go on. i'm mike schuh, a live report next. two men shot in middle river, one in a wheel share. i'm meghan mccorkell, the latest on the investigation straight ahead. the latest on your morning commute as well. now over to tim. in for marty bass. another nice day shaping up. your complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. the millers premier on cbs tonight. will arnett and margo martindale explain the premise
it's 6:30. traffic volumes are building as you can see. it's meteorologist tim williams in for marty bass and over at first warning weather. good morning. a definite mild start to the day with temperatures around 60 degrees already. a high of just around 84 degrees. very warm with some sun with over night lows down in the 50s and near 60 degrees again. we'll talk about how long these warm temperatures stick around coming up in your complete updated first warning weather forecast. any complications on the commute? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> not many. i'm sure they're to come . we have just one issue, riva road, a road hazard. speeds on the beltway still great, 55 and 54 on the top and west sides of the beltway. 56 and 55 on 95 southbound between white marsh and tunnel.
that's a look at your drive on 95 at 395, no problems there. same goes for 95 south of campbell. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. the government shut down enters day three this morning. this comes after congressional leaders met with the president but the efforts did not end well. wjz has complete coverage of the shut down and its impact nationwide and locally. mike schuh is live with new details about this weekend's navy football game in annapolis. first here's susan mcginnis reporting for wjz. >> congressional leaders left a white house meeting once again blames each other for the partial government shut down >> we're done. >> republicans are stand ing their ground. >> all we're asking for here is a discussion and fairness for the american people under obamacare. >> democrats stay they'll
negotiate but only after the house passes a temporary budget with no strings attached. president obama believes there's enough votes to pass. >> the only thing stopping it is they have not been willing to say no to a faction of the republican party that are willing to burn the house down because of an obsession over my health care initiative. >> with neither side showing any sign of giving in, the estimated 800,000 federal employees now furloughed are bracing for what could be an extended period without pay. >> my honey-do list getting longer. >> bob turner is spending time gardening instead of working at the faa. >> it's not like vacation. >> his income sport supports his wife and daughter's family. >> you don't know what the financial impact is going to be. >> turner has been through this before. he was furloughed during the last government shut down in 1995. in washington, susan mcginnis, wjz eyewitness news. >> and our complete coverage
continues as the nation deals the impact of the budget gridlock, two service military academies know one activity is safe this morning. mike schuh is live with the latest on this. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. at least one. it takes over 900 civilians to run the academy so the classes are canceled but the air force and navy football game will happen. >> the set up for the big navy/air force game in annapolis went on as scheduled wednesday although it was unclear at the time if the game would even take place. >> i watched videos on how the shut down would effect you. i never thought that it would get anywhere near football. >> the partisan gridlock in washington is causing shut downs. even the sports programs. last night game the news that the teams and the fans were hoping for. a spokesperson said the game will not be
canceled. a relief for tens of thousands of people who already bought tickets. >> they said it's not going to happen but we got word it was going to happen. >> the government shutdown is effecting academics. 930 staff are now being furloughed. no teachers, no class. >> some of us showed up and just studied and others were told not to go to class so they just stayed in their rooms. >> reporter: the money to stage the games does not come from congressional proeshss funds. >> stay with wjdz wjz for complete coverage of the government shut down. in florida a man is facing charges for a bomb hoax that shut down jacksonville's international airport. 39-year-old czeljko causevic caused approached a tsa agent and said he had a bomb in his backpack. that threat shut down
the airport for 5 hours but no explosives were found. another man was arrested for acting suspiciously in the same airport around the same time but police say that appears to be unrelated now. the search is on in baltimore county for who shot two men inside a home in middle river. as meghan mccorkell explains, one of the wounded uses a wheelchair. >> good morning. that shooting happened around 4 :40 yesterday afternoon and police say they do not know how many suspects they're looking for. >> police surround a middle river hope. >> it's scary. it makes you want to keep your kids in the house. >> investigators come this community on south thorn road after two men are found shot inside a house. friends identify them as father and son, butch and brandon jewel. >> it's breaking anying -- my heart. >> steven street said brandon jewel in his late 20s is in a wheelchair. >> it's just heartless. i mean, he's the kind est person i
know. why would somebody do that to brandon? >> the shooting appears to be a robbery attempt. detectives say the thieves knew what they were after. >> right now we continue to investigate to determine what exactly happened. it appears they were targeted. >> witnesses tell wjz the robbers broke in through the back of the house. witnesses saw the suspects running down the alley with a shotgun after the shooting. >> we'll have forensics go into the house to try to determine how they got into the house. >> neighbors shaken by the shooting just hope the gunmen are caught soon. >> i think they need to be thrown under a jail. >> until they are, this community remains on edge. >> again, police believe that father and son were targeted. at this point no arrests have been made. meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> brandon jewel is listed in serious condition at johns hopkins. both he and his father are expected to survive.
in anne arundel county police are trying to figure out how an suv ended up inside a home yesterday. it happened near thomas road and country club drive in glen burnie. police say the suv left the road and crashed right into the house, stopping just inside the living room. nobody is hurt. right now no charges have been filed. a los angeles jury rules against michael jackson's family in the negligence lawsuit filed against the singer's concert promoter. here is teresa garcia. >> hand the verdict form to the court. >> after a 5-month trial a los angeles jury found that concert promoter aeg live was not responsible for the death of michael jackson at the hands of the doctor it hired to prepare him for his series of concerts, meaning a victory for the defense. >> ult -- ultimately it wasn't aeg's live making. >> michael jock on
jackson's mother and kids sued aeg live. they said the promoters of the singer's come back concert negligently hired and supervised conrad murray, who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter. >> we, of course, are not happy with the result. we will be exploring all options legally. >> jurors say they carefully reviewed thousands of documents and listened to months of testimony. they say ultimately the verdict came down to dr. murray's competence. >> we felt he was competent to do the job of being a general practitioner. now, that doesn't mean that we felt he was ethical. >> aeg live argued that the company had no way of knowing murray was giving jackson the powerful drug that killed him. on the witness stand jackson's 82-year-old mother said when she lost michael she lost everything. >> teresa garcia, wjz eyewitness news. >> catherine jackson did not speak to the media after the
verdict. it's unclearthe family plan to appeal that decision. a big ravens player returns to the field for the first time in a month. the team welcomed jacoby jones back to the practice field yesterday. he hasn't been on the field since he hurt his knee in a collision during the ravens season opener in denver a month ago. it is still unclear if he will be ready for the action this sunday in florida. there are two more practice sessions before the ravens fly south to florida to meet up with the dolphins. it's a game you can see live right here on wjz 13. our coverage comes your way sunday afternoon at 1:00. >> just hoping the weather holds up for them, it's not raining, considering they're on the road which has been problematic anyway. we don't need to add rain to the problem. >> i hear you. >> we'll keep an eye on that. we'll have that start ing ing tomorrow. coming up on coffee with,
good morning. this weather feeling comfortable for stan. >> stan. >> our guest from rio. certainly this is almost like nv nevada-like weather. comfortable for your bus stop forecast. 30.08 the barometer. 52 oakland, 55 cumberland, 60 elkton, 66 on the shore as remained to be the warmer spot in ocean city. winds have been coming in across the land opposed to the ocean. so it's been warming up moving across that region. then everyone around that 60 degree range. 64 annapolis and kent island. the winds have been calm. here's that wind coming in from the west in ocean city at 5 miles per hour. coming in from the south in dc. that's around high pressure that's bringing in that
warmer air. that's going to continue to tap into a warm air mass. our southern states are warm aer -- are warmer than we are so we're getting that flow. our next weather maker is going to come by way of a two-part system. a warm front comes in tomorrow. then a cold front will help to bring in potentially showers and maybe even a thunderstorm in our forecast by tomorrow. the way it comes through here, the warm air stays with it. the cold front then zips through. because of all that spins we have the dynamics, the instability and the chance for some showers. it will just be unstable going into the next few days. with your sunset today at 6:45, the day is getting shorter and shorter, even though our temperatures seem to be going up. 84 degrees today. very warm with sun and clouds. over night lows down around 59 degrees with partly cloudy skies. tomorrow is the day we could see the chance of showers in spots. widely scattered showers, primarily in the
afternoon, 87 degrees. 86 on saturday. sunday a pretty good day. another chance of showers, better chance on monday and tuesday 78 and 76 on those days. what's happening on the hurry up? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. we're starting to have some things happen on the morning commute, including an accident on 295. it's in the northbound direction at 175. it is blocking the right lane. also an accident 95 northbound at 216. a problem on falls road at walnut avenue, police activity there. we have that road hazard in annapolis on riva road. 95 southbound still at full speed between white marsh and the tunnel. that's a look at that delay on the topside of the beltway. you can see the brake lights there to the right. same on the west side. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you dream of all the places you'd like to go?
well, toyota is ready to take you there. now is great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. this morning's coffee with guests are will arnett and margo martindale. >> welcome to the eyewitness news morning edition. how are you? >> great this morning. how are you? >> fine , thank you. >> that's our live studio audience. >> what a rowdy crowd. >> we have a good time here in charm city. i have to tell you guys, i've been watching because we're doing this over satellite, you have been having so much fun talking to each other and joke around. how much do you guys love working together? >> we like it. >> we like it . >> yeah, we really like it. >> this is the first time we've admitted it to each other. >> yeah, i really like it. >> i really like it too. >> [laughter] >> so the show -- so the concept behind the show, why don't you guys tell us. will, you play a reporter, which i love. >> i play a reporter.
i'm kind of in your neck of the woods, in virginia. he is 42, newly divorced, not getting the stories he wants as a reporter. they're sending him out to do the pop pieces. his parents come to visit and he announces he has been divorced for 3 months. they freak out. his dad decides that he wants to get separated, they have a huge argument. he leaves, moves in with my sister and margo announces that she's going to move in with me. >> nice. room mates. >> that proves to be pretty -- >> move in and have all my stuff sent. >> how excited are you for this to watch yourselves in a brand new show? do you do anything special that night? do you get together? >> yeah, we're all going to watch it together.
>> we are this year -- >> we did not last year but we are going to this year. >> in our defense, we didn't have a show. no, this year we are. we're going to watch together at greg garcia's house, who created the show. >> everybody, the whole cast and crew. >> the crew is coming? >> yeah. >> i'm not going . >> he must have a big house. >> i hope so . >> margo, what has been -- >> i'm just putting that out there. >> sorry. >> sorry. >> tell him to shut up. >> what has been the most fun for you in this role? it sounds like you're having a great time and love working together. what's been the most challenging thing for you? >> challenging? >> challenging or fun? >> it is fun in that it is challenging. it's the most challenging job i've had in many
years. it's like doing a play in four days. it's incredibly fast. it needs to be as sharp as crisp as a play is to be as funny and hopefully touching as it can be. >> will, i love you saying your character sometimes doesn't get the stories they want. this is like welcome to our world. sometimes we all have to cover things we don't love. what has been the most interesting thing for you having to play a reporter? >> well, just having to go out there and sort of keep the smile on your face. we all do that. anybody who is kind not broadcast world there are momentums when you through a strained grin you have to get through it. i think my character, nathan, is finding that -- actually, we find out in
later episodes that my ex-wife is the anchor at the station. i'm doing a story and throw it back to her in the studio. you can see the tense relationship as i'm kind of like, well, janice back to you and she makes jokes at my expense that are hard-hitting and throwing salt on the wound. that's a funny angle. and just how hard it is to be a reporter and go out there and cover stores that might not be the most interesting. >> anything you think we should tune into or watch this season, character development wise or anything that you are really proud of? >> i think the whole season. you should tune into the entire season. >> i think thursday night at 8:30 you watch the miller's on cbs that you're going to find that you're going to grow as a person. if you like to laugh,
if you want to become smarter and maybe as a result of that -- i'm not saying directly, but maybe be more successful in life -- >> [laughter] >> -- watch the millers. >> noted. best of luck with the season. we can't wait to tune in. have a wonderful time watching. thanks so much for joining us. news and weather when we come back. i didn't know they made chicken. crunchy taco or four cheese lasagna? can i get another one of those actually? [ superfan ] hey, america, we're here to help. ♪ [ male announcer ] you say tomato. ♪ old el paso says diced tomato stand 'n stuff chicken tacos. ♪ you say what's for dinner? old el paso says
from sharon and tim at first warning weather. a high of 84 degrees with over night lows down in the 50s, close to 60 degrees. for tomorrow probably the warm est est of this stretch. now to sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. it went from having nothing to having a lot of problems on the roads. 295 northbound at 175 an accident was blocking the right lane. it's off to the right shoulder now. 95 northbound near 216 the rest area there. police activity falls road at walnut avenue. a road hazard in the travel portion of the road on riva road at riva trace in annapolis. there's a look at your speeds down to the 30s now on the topside of the beltway as your average. on 95 southbound starting to slow between the beltway and the tunnel. there's a look at the west side of the beltway. again, plenty of brake
lights on the outer loop. this traffic report is brought to you by mummies of the world. tickets at maryland science center. back over to you. >> thank you. this weekend's navy and air force football game is no longer in limbo. we're told the game will go on as planned on saturday buzz it doesn't use government money. the game is sold out and a record crowd is expected in annapolis. the show down in washington has let 930 civilian faculty and staff be furloughed at the academy. it's still not known who has the $189 million winner mega millions ticket. the cash option is is worth $130 million in cash, $89 million after taxes. stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. complete news, weather and traffic still ahead this morning.