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good morning. up next on eyewitness news, out on bail, a maryland air marshal returns home after police arrest him on the job. how neighbors are reacting to the shocking charges against him. >> plus terror plot foiled. a federal agency uncover a dangerous cell in new york.
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the latest on the man in custody. >> and. >> no talk, the ravens say it's time for action as they prepare to face the steelers. i'm mark viviano, the latest on the game coming up. taking a live look outside, it's a cool start to the weekend as we wait for the sun to come up over maryland. marty bass has all the details. eyewitness news weekend edition starts now. this is wjz tv, baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >> good morning and welcome to eyewitness news this saturday. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm marty bass in for tim williams. let's take a look at the forecast today, and i will tell you that it is about 45 degrees in the area. we're going to go for a high of 66. we have high clouds in the mid-
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atlantic right now. it's going to be primary lay primarily a cloudy day, a beautiful sunny day tomorrow. first warning details coming up shortly. thank you marty. here's a look at the stories people are talking about. a u.s. air marshal is out on bail after admitting to a shocking crime on board an airplane. as rochelle ritchie explains, the man was on the clock when was had he was caught secretly snapping pictures under passenger's skirts. >> 28-year-old adam bartsch a federal air marshal from anne arundel county runs from news cameras after he is released from jail on a $10,000 bail after a man says he caught him taking inappropriate pictures of women on a plane. >> and he pressed a button and took three or four pictures. >> police say it happened on board southwest flight 3132 departing from nashville where bartsch was on duty. as the women walked past his seat a witness says he saw him
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use a cell phone camera to take pictures underneath their skirts. >> the average person is looking forward because they're looking for a seat. they're not focusing on the guy's hand sticking out a little bit and taking a picture. >> the witness says he grabbed the phone and turned it over to a flight attendant. we tried to talk to bartsch at his home in crofton. neighbors say his actions show a lack of respect for his position and the lives he's hired to protect. >> that's a lot of responsibility, and yeah, i was totally shocked by that. you wouldn't expect that from a person in that position. >> the officials would not go on camera, but released this statement saying "tsa does not tolerate criminal behavior. the agency has removed this individual from his current duties. very little known about bartsch. neighbors tell us he has a wife and a child and appeared to be a model citizen with credibility. >> that's inappropriate. i mean if i want to wear a dress and i shouldn't be
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worried if someone's going to be looking up there. >> investigators say bartsch admits he took about a dozen photos. i'm rochelle ritchie wjz eyewitness news. >> and bartsch heads to court next month. meanwhile police in the city are searching for the gunmen who shot a man just few feet from johns hopkins hospital. it happened yesterday evening in the 2,000 block of orleans street. an unknown suspect fired several shots, hitting the 22- year-old man. the victim died a short time later. no arrests have been made and police say they don't know what sparked the shooting. in new york a long island man is arrested accused in an al-qaeda terror plot. marcus alonso zea conspired with al-qaeda from the u.s. federal agents raided his home friday morning but say he has been under surveillance since 2011. he is being held without bail. the port of baltimore is back open for business this
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morning. late last night union leaders say they reached an agreement to end a three-day strike, but as linh bui explains, the deal won't last for long. >> good morning. several issues were on the table ranging from safety to wages, but friday evening, a resolution was reached. >> the port of baltimore comes back to life after three days on the picket line for these long shoremen. >> as we speak, they're back on the ships, we had ships in the harbor waiting to go to work anxious to be unloaded and our people were ready to offload them. >> local 33 and the steamship trade association agreed to a 90-day cooldown. negotiations will continue but long shoremen can get back to work immediately. >> i think it's a win-win for everyone because we're back to work. >> after the 90 days, there could be another strike, but the union is confident they'll reach a fair contract. it's a relief for striking workers unsure about their next paycheck. >> you know, i'd rather work. believe me. that was much -- it's much easier to work than it is to go
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on strike. >> the port of baltimore is the 9th largest in the nation and has a $6 billion impact on maryland. if the strike had gone on longer it would have had a massive impact on the state. >> keep this economy going, definitely great for the state of maryland. residents here. >> and the port reopens at a critical time with the busy holiday season right around the corner. >> the maryland port administration released a statement saying they are pleased with this resolution, that it's good for everyone who works at the port and they're glad to put this situation behind us. reporting, linh bui wjz eyewitness news. and that is good news because the port of baltimore handles about 30 million-tons of cargo every year. an under armour store in anne arundel county will reopen following a major gas leak in the building. a gas main break forced firefighters to evacuate this facility in curtis bay yesterday. firefighters believe crews were working on the building's heating system when they may have hit a line. no injuries were reported.
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holding a grudge, months after the state started a new gas tax, drivers say they still do not like it, and as pat warren explains, a new poll finds that that sentiment could bring some big changes in next year's election. >> in one man's opinion,. >> it sucks. >> an opinion shared by a majority of marylanders who on july 1st saw the gas tax increase to $0.27 a gallon. >> it's ridiculous. >> nearly 76% of voters in a new gonzalez poll disapprove. >> i'm not happy with it at all. >> all they do is tax us to death anyway. >> 21% do approve. >> a couple extra pennys in exchange for much better roads and bridges is really a good way to spend our money. >> 2 .6% had no answer. the degrees of disapproval were also polled. >> i think it's the worst thing they could do, especially with the situation that people are in today. >> like ann battle, 69% strongly disapprove of the tax.
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16.8% somewhat disapprove. a little like peggy mcnally. >> it angers me but i understand that we do need money for other projects. i'm almost i don't care anymore. >> and because taxes are always ammunition in an election year, more than half of democrats, nearly three quarters of republicans, and two-thirds of independents are thumbs town on the tax and the people who raised it. >> they're deliberately putting more burden on people than what is necessary. >> nobody's listening. they're just doing their own thing, and as far as i'm concerned, we need to get rid of the whole lot of them. >> additional increases approved this year will drive the tax up to $0.42 a gallon by 2016. pat warren wjz eyewitness news. >> aaa says overall marylanders are paying about $0.36 less for a gallon of gas as the same time last year. that's because of less demand and a plentiful supply of gasoline across the country. turning to sports now, one- half of the world series is set
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after a blowout game in st. louis last night. this is what did it. >> world series bound! >> yes, they are. with that the st. louis cardinals purge their ticket to the world series. the cardinals crushed the dodgers winning the game 9-0. they'll have to wait for the winner of the tigers red sox series to see who they'll face in the world series. it is one of the biggest rivalries in the nfl, the ravens versus the steelers. the steel town show down is tomorrow in pittsburgh. sports director mark viviano has more on the big matchup. >> good morning. well the ravens are coming off that tough loss to the green bay packers last sunday, and in talking to the team this week, it is evident that they're tired of answering questions about what's wrong. they're anxious to show that they have the right answers when they play at pittsburgh on sunday. >> football is a game of adjustments and this week at
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practice, the ravens say they're adjusting their game plan on offense, trying to get ray rice and the running game in gear because the yardage has been minimal and a 3 and 3 record isn't good enough. >> can't keep doing the same thing and doing whatever you're doing the same way. we've got to change all that. >> it's about winning and losing. we got to keep winning. we've got to win more than anything. that's what's more important right now. >> the ravens will be without linebacker josh bynes on sunday. he's out after finger surgery. jameel mcclain is listed as probable and could play in a game for the first time this season. back to you. >> the ravens and the steelers meet up tomorrow at 4:15 right here on wjz. see it live. the season may be well underway, but you can still sign up for the 2013 pro football challenge. to compete go to cbsbaltimore.com and click on the link at the top of the home page. you must be 18 to play. our contest runs through the regular football season. it's one entry per person.
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and remember you're competing with people nationally for prizes. so go to cbsbaltimore.com and sign up now. >> you want to hear the sports stat of the morning? >> i do. >> i think -- if i'm not mistaken, that was the st. louis cardinals 19th national league pennant. >> oh, really? >> that is really -- you know, they're in the national league, so they're out in the center of the country so you really don't pay a lot of attention. imagine that. i know the yankees are out there banging around with what, 423 american league pennants, but 19 pennants for the st. louis cardinals. >> you know how you put that into perspective, you imagine the orioles with that and it's like wow. >> wow is right. >> you know. >> wow. all right. boston and detroit play and then the world series begins. hey, i'm noticing the sun's coming up. i can look behind you gigi and show you a shot in a while. sun's up. we have some high clouds in the
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area. i'm not seeing any shadows and i think it's going to be a great day. let's go ahead and take a look at the current conditions. it's 46. 92% humidity. winds are calm, barometer's at 29.97. it's going to be gray, but i don't think we see any passing showers until much later on. 37 still at cumberland, 41 oakland and hagerstown, 47 elkton and ocean city. 51 easton. 54 pax river. bel air, westminster, columbia, 45, 46, 48. 52 rock hall, 51 annapolis. kent island at 54. morning clouds, a spillover, passing down to the south, it stays there, not a concern. frontal boundary to the west, all that rain you saw, that's not coming our way. by the time it gets here, it's going to be more scattered showers than anything else, but late this afternoon and this evening that's part of the forecast. that high pressure builds in. we have a few really nice days. but having said that, let me just say this to you, i don't know if you can see it. see that low right up there. ultimately that's going to grab
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air out of central canada, throw it our way and temperatures daytime are only going to be in the mid-50s wednesday and beyond. 66 today, skies start to clear overnight. 45. tomorrow we'll call it a beautiful day. a high of 64 degrees. close to 70 monday and tuesday. look at that wednesday and thursday, particularly the overnight lows. when we say 40 that's the blistering heat of the overnight and in the city, any urban area, you get the idea. going to be in the mid to upper 30s. i can smell fireplaces right now. yeah. >> mine. >> well, mine too. get them checked before you use them by the way. >> that is true. still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning, on the run, a nationwide man hunt for two escaped florida inmates. where police are looking for them. that answer is next. >> plus no leniency, what a judge said to a lab worker who compromised thousands of cases. we'll have more on this. but first here's a look at
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it's time to kick the beat up a little bit. welcome back, it's saturday morning. looking towards the francis scott key bridge and eastern shore. there's some clouds on that eastern horizon as the sun is coming up. these clouds will thicken through the day. right now it's in the mid-40s. cloudy going for a high of 66 late this afternoon and this evening. i think there could be some scattered showers. take a look at that five-day forecast. first warning style coming up in just a few minutes. first back to some of the other top headlines of the weekend. condolences are coming in from the political world after the death of bill young, the florida republican died yesterday just one week after announcing his retirement from the house of representatives. young served 22 terms in congress stretching back 43 years. congressman young was 82 years old and he is survived by his three children. elsewhere in florida, prison guards are starting new protocols after two men serving
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life sentences conned their way out of jail. a man hunt is underway for joseph jenkins and charles walker. the men were let go when they submitted forged paperwork that ordered their release. it's not clear who forged those documents. and prison officials say starting immediately, judges must personally verify early release documents. prosecutors in massachusetts are urging a judge to show no mercy to a lab technician who jeopardized thousands of criminal cases. 34-year-old annie dookhan is accused of faking lab results throughout her nine years as a state chemist. prosecutors say her actions have compromised more than 40,000 drug related cases and will cost the state millions of dollars. defense attorneys shaddockdefense attorneys dookhan never meant to hurt anybody. >> i assume you're deluding yourself that you wouldn't be discovered or fined. i mean my god. >> dookhan is considering a guilty plea.
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her attorney is seeking only a one-year sentence while prosecutors are asking for seven years. if you drive a toyota, the company is recalling thousands of vehicles for a very unusual problem. apparently, the car maker says spider webs can get stuck in a certain ac system causing a short circuit that can trigger the air bags to deploy. spider stow aways are so common that it's recalling more than 800,000 vehicles including 2012 and 2013 camrys, venzas and avalons. owners won't have to pay a dime for the repairs at their dealership. >> just imagine you're the guy, you know, some technician or researcher at toyota, and your job is to find out why these air bags are going off. now you got to go to your boss, dude, sit down, you're not going to believe this. it's spider webs. imagine your day at work that day. >> if you just bought a 30, $40,000 vehicle and you hear
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spider webs, you're like what. >> seriously, no, it's spider webs. do you need a few days off, no seriously dude it's spider webs. we're going to recall. as we mentioned earlier, next week is f-a-l-l, and that means some fall fun. if you're looking for that, this weekend you'll find it at the sixth annual harbor harvest festival. haf. >> wjz is live at the inner harbor, and we want to say good morning to bill micimichael. bill is with us to talk about why he's holding a pumpkin. >> well, i'm here with ikea and we're sponsoring for the third year in a row the ikea urban pumpkin patch here in the inner harbor. >> so what else besidessed besides the pumpkin patch can we do at the harvest festival. >> there's going to be a lot of things. there's going to be a hay maze, pony rides, a petting zoo.
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there's also going to be a live band over to my left over here, a stage. food trucks, a lot of great things. >> that's cool. what are the hours? when's it start? >> yeah. it's from 10:00 this morning until 2 p.m., so it's a great family day out. it's absolutely free to come down. there is a $5 if you'd like to have your kids come get a pumpkin and decorate it and get some goodies and all kinds of stuff, there's a $5 pumpkin pass that waterfront park is selling. it's a great opportunity to come down. >> this is you don't have to drive to the counties to go to a pumpkin farm. you can find it right in the city. >> exactly. it's bringing the country to the city. >> all right, 10 to 20. that's a good thing. there are some showers in the forecast for later this afternoon and this evening. i don't think you're going to have to worry about that at all. >> it would be nice to be dry. >> all right. thank you. >> thank you. >> you're most welcome.
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>> the annual harbor -- i can't do that. harbor harvest festival. harbor harvest festival. >> harbor harvest festival. but i understand what you're saying. try that at home real fast yourself. you'll understand. harbor harbor. >> see? >> right it's a tough one. >> coming up next on eyewitness news saturday morning. >> i'm alex demetrick, and coming up, they can't swim, but could oysters make the inner harbor safe enough for people to swim in. to swim in. that story as ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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25 after the hour. this morning and through the day and during the overnight, look at this run of sun. tomorrow's going to be the best of the weekend days for sure. today's not going to be bad, just kind of gray. we start a run with daytime highs in the mid-50s and overnight lows in the upper 30s. first warning details coming up shortly. as alex demetrick those trying to improve the water's health are turning back to the humble oyster for help. >> it's been harder for those who live in some of maryland's most polluted water. >> you let them go. >> so old life is being reintroduced. baby oysters attached to empty shells. >> each one of those small disks is about the size of a dime is a baby oyster. >> 40,000 babies going into
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cages to go into the harbor. >> few people would realize or know that the harbor used to be filled with oysters w. it was clean it was clean in large part because oysters were doing that work. >> that work is filtering water. oysters strain out things like algae which is oyster food and as it happens algae is one of the things the harbor has plenty of. in warm weather it blooms into mahogany tides that die off into dead zones. the source. >> storm water pollution. that's what washes off the land into the harbor. it causes algae blooms. >> enlisting school kids to local businesses, cages to stock oysters are the latest tool to make the inner harbor swimmable and fishable by 2020. >> we don't expect them alone to clean the harbor. we wish they could. >> returning to the harbor means returning to some big challenges. >> some of those are the fresh water inflows. some of those are low dissolved oxygen that occurs here at times of the year. >> in spite of the odds, backer of a cleaner harbor believe.
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>> we can demonstrate to a lot of people the power of individual actions in support bay restoration. >> and room for life above and below. alex demetrick wjz eyewitness news. >> we hope it works. the first year 75 cages will be deployed at five different locations around the harbor. expansion will depend on how well those oysters survive. let's hope it works. we may not swim there but let's hope it cleans it up. does something. >> you still have to deal with what comes out of the jones falls. ie plastic bags. >> still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning. >> a local ob/gyn suspended. good morning i'm meghan mccorkell. reaction to the shocking allegations against him straight ahead. >> good morning. the port of baltimore is back in business after long shoremen end their strike. i'm linh bui. details on the agreement next on wjz. >> no talk, the ravens say it's time for action as they prepare to face the steelers.
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complete coverage continues with gigi barnett and meteorologist tim williams. it's wjz, maryland's news station. and welcome back to eyewitness news weekend edition. i'm gigi barnett. >> and i'm marty bass in for tim williams. it's in the mid-40s right now
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at 7:30. interestingly enough, overnight high clouds are now busted up a bit on the eastern horizon and we're getting some sun. this is not going to be a real sunny day, though. take a look at the day part. by midday i think we're overcast, 66 degrees going to be the high this day, and that will pretty much happen right at lunchtime. we'll have your full first warning weather forecast coming up shortly. thank you marty. here's a look at the stories people are talking about this weekend. a former patient of a local ob/gyn speaks out to wjz about her doctor's suspension after federal agents find what appear to be patient pictures on his phone. dr. john yacoub is also under investigation for taking and distributing dangerous drugs. meghan mccorkell has more. >> good morning. dr. john yacoub practiced medicine here at maryland for 30 years with thousands of patients, but now his license is suspended. >> suspicions arose around dr.
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john yacoub after officials say a staff member noticed large amounts of controlled dangerous substances this his office, drugs he was not authorized to prescribe. when hospital administrators went to look for the drugs yacoub said they'd somehow disappeared. according to a board of physicians suspension order obtained by wjz that led to his termination from st. agnes hospital in november of 2012. the board of physicians began an investigation, twice during this past summer, yacoub tested positive for cocaine use. last month the dea raided his towson apartment. they found prescription drugs and traces of cocaine. on the doctor's phone they discovered pictures of women's genitalia, many with nearby medical instruments and a gloved hand. >> i would have never expected it from him. >> tina adcok has been a patient for 22 years. he delivered both of her children. she's in shock about the pictures allegedly found on his phone. >> i don't know like how because whenever i was like,
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you know, you would go in to get examined there was always a nurse there. so i don't know how he could have done it. >> the case bears striking similarities to that of dr. nikita levy. the johns hopkins physician took his life after police found evidence he was videotaping his patients. the investigation sparked outrage from women's groups. >> it is the ultimate violation. it angers me. i mean for something like this to happen. >> a suspension hearing for dr. yacoub is set for next week. >> dr. yacoub leased office space with gbm but he was not an employee of the hospital. meghan mccorkell newsmeghan mccorkell wjz eyewitness news. >> according to the suspension order, dr. john yacoub is also accused of having a sexual relationship with a patient. in anne arundel county, police are searching for three masked men who allegedly beat and robbed an elderly couple
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inside their home. it happened in the 500 block of mcpherson road in glen burnie. an 87-year-old man and his 73- year-old girlfriend were in the home at the time when three men pushed their way inside. the suspects ransacked the home and stole money and valuables. they also assaulted the couple before running away. no arrests have been made. a u.s. air marshal is out on bail this morning after admitting to a shocking crime on board an airplane. as rochelle ritchie explains, the man was on the clock when he was caught secretly snapping pictures under passenger's skirts. >> 28-year-old adam bartsch a federal air marshal from anne arundel county runs from news cameras after he's released from jail on a $10,000 bail after a man caught him taking inappropriate pictures of women on a plane. >> and he pressed a button and took three or four pictures. >> police say it happened on board southwest flight 3132 departing from nashville where bartsch was on duty.
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as the women walked past bartsch's seat, a witness says he saw him use a cell phone camera to take pictures underneath their skirts. >> the average person is looking forward because they're looking for a seat. they're not focusing on the guy's hand sticking out a little bit and taking the picture. >> the witness says he grabbed the phone and turned it over to a flight attendant. we tried to talk to bartsch at his home in crofton but there was no answer. neighbors say bartsch actions show a lack of respect for his position and the lives he's hired to protect. >> that's a lot of responsibility and i was totally shocked by that. you wouldn't expect that from a person in that position. >> officials with the tsa would not go on camera, but released this statement saying "ttsa does not tolerate criminal behavior. the agency has removed this individual from his current duties" very little is known about bartsch. neighbors tell us he has a wife
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and a child and appears to be a model citizen with credibility. >> that's inappropriate. if i want to wear a dress i shouldn't be worried. >> investigators say bartsch admits he took about a dozen photos. rochelle ritchie wjz eyewitness news. >> and bartsch is due back in court next month on the 14th. a d. c. police officer pleads guilty after he's caught on tape provoking and attacking a washington store clerk. happened at this downtown locker room store back in 2011. police say the officer who was wearing the blue here can be seen arguing with the clerk. even after the man walks away. eventually the officer grabs the clerk by the throat, wrestles him to the ground and assaults him for assault. the department filed charges against the officer after reviewing the surveillance tape of the man arresting that clerk. he could face up to six months in jail. the port of baltimore is back open for business this morning. last night union officials
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reached a deal to end a three- day strike. as linh bui explains, that agreement is only temporary. >> good morning. several issues were on the table ranging from safety to wages, but friday evening a resolution was reached. >> the port of baltimore comes back to life after three days on the picket line for these longshoremen. >> as we speak, they're back on the ships. we had ships in the harbor waiting to go to work, anxious to be unloaded and. >> the international longshoremen's association, local 333 and the steamship trade association agree today a 90-day cooldown. negotiations will continue, but longshoremen can get back to work immediately. >> i think it's a win-win for everyone because we're back to work. >> after the 90 days there could be another strike, but the union is confident they'll reach a fair contract. it's a relief for striking workers unsure about their next paycheck. >> i'd rather work. believe me. it's much easier to work than it is to go on strike. >> the port of baltimore is the 9th largest in the nation and
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has a $6 billion impact on maryland. if the strike had gone on longer it would have had a massive impact on the state. >> keep this economy going. definitely great for the too state of maryland. >> the port reopens at a critical time with the busy holiday season right around the corner. >> the maryland port administration released a statement saying they are pleased with the resolution, that it's good for everyone that works at the port and they're glad to put this situation behind us. reporting linh bui wjz eyewitness news. >> that is good news because the port of baltimore handles some 30 million-tons of cargo every year. turning to sports now, one- half of the world series is set after a blowout game in st. louis last night. take a look at this. >> world series bound. >> yes, they are. with that the st. louis cardinals punch their ticket to the world series. the cardinals crushed the
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dodgers winning the closeout game 9-0. now they'll wait for the winner of the tigers red sox series to see who they'll play. we all know in baltimore it's one of the biggest rivalries in the nfl. we're talking about the ravens versus the steelers and the steel town show down is tomorrow in pittsburgh. mark viviano has more on the big matchup. >> good morning. the ravens are coming off that tough loss to the green bay packers last sunday, if and in talking to the team this week it's effort they're tired of answering questions about what's wrong. they're anxious to show that they have the right answers when they play at pittsburgh on sunday. >> football is a game of adjustments and this week at practice the ravens say they're adjusting their game plan on offense, trying to get ray rice and the running game in gear because the yardage has been minimal and a 3 and 3 record isn't good enough. >> you can't keep doing the same exact thing and you can't keep doing whatever you're doing the same way. we have to change all that. >> it's about winning and losing. we've got to keep winning.
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we've got to win more than anything. that's what's more important right now. >> the ravens will be without linebacker josh bynes on sunday. he's out after finger surgery. back to you. all right. thanks mark. it is the ravens versus the steelers live right here at 4:15 tomorrow on wjz and don't forget the season may be underway but you can still sign up for the 2013 pro football challenge. to play go to cbsbaltimore.com and click on the link at the top of the home page. you must be 18 to play. our contest runs through the regular football season. it is just one entry per person, and you're competing with people nationally for prizes. so go to cbsbaltimore.com and sign up right now to compete. >> you're competing with don's kids. don's kids are football geniuses. >> really? >> don and his sons. it's kind of a father son thing. they make their picks together.
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there's nothing wrong with that. >> i did not know he was a big football fan like that. >> who? >> don. >> his sons are. >> you said he and his sons. >> they all sit around. it's kind of like what i do with jay. dad, we really need to pick st. louis. sure. go ahead. >> wow. all i can say is when it comes to my picks if you go on to cbsbaltimore.com and look at our picks, follow me and sleep in the streets. let's take a look at some weather right now. i keep looking at the beauty shows, the inner harbor and whatnot. the beauty shots i'm seeing a little bit of sun but there are high clouds in the area spilling over and the weather passing by to the south. it's not going to be the only cloudiness we see today. in the mid-40s, calm wind, the barometer at 29.97. ocean city at 47. 37 cumberland, 41 oakland and hagerstown. 46 elkton, the low 50s around greater easton. 54 in pax river, 53 d. c. and
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kent island. 54 rock hall, the greater columbia and westminster and bel air, the mid-40. we've got this moisture passing, a beam down to the south moving to the coast giving us cloud spillover. then we're going to have a segue from clouds between this action here and this frontal boundary to the west. by later on this afternoon, this evening, a few showers around. high pressure builds in. we've got some great weather coming our way. 66 degrees today. any morning sun gives way to clouds and afternoon and evening showers not impossible. clear it out, partly cloudy, 45 overnight. tomorrow mostly sunny, a beautiful fall day with a high of 64 degrees. two days close to 70. tuesday night a frontal boundary comes through. it's going to take our temperatures maybe for a few days into the mid-50s. the normals are 66 and 44. about 10 degrees below normal for a few days and overnight many of us will see temperatures mid to upper 30s. >> all right. left turnst there's much more
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-- there's much more to come including a historic victory for marriage equality supporters. we'll tell you why coming up. >> plus looking for a pumpkin patch this weekend, believe it or not, there's one in the heart of downtown. the details are straight ,,,,,,,
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taking a live look right now, 45 degrees and clear in central maryland right now. the complete first warning forecast is coming up. but first, starting on monday morning, same sects sex couples can start getting married in new jersey. chris christie says he disagrees with it but will comply with the state supreme court ruling that makes it legal in new jersey. it makes that state the 14th 14th to allow same sex couples to marry nationwide. two men are under investigation after they are found toppling a rock formation in utah. take a look at this. the men are boy scout troop leaders and they say that rock just looked unstable. they were concerned that it would fall on someone and hurt them. so they pushed it over until it broke apart. afterwards they learned that it is illegal to defate deface the
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170 million-year-old boulder. >> two words village idiots. i'm sorry. all right. >> well, it you're looking for a reason to spend your saturday down on the waterfront, here it is. today is the 6th annual harbor harbor festival. and you're invited. the harbor harvest festival. i've been working on that all morning. >> say harbor harvest real quick. >> harbor harvest. >> all right. >> she's been saying it for the last six years. >> it's a tongue twister. >> harbor hazard. you have to really enunciate it. >> how's it going sarah. >> it's going really well. this is a wig deal for the waterfront partnership yeah? >> yes, it is, this is our biggest event of the year. >> how so? >> we have so many great sponsors that come out here and help us put on a fantastic event. we're going to have pony rides,
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hay mazes, a pumpkin patch by ikea, live music. we anticipate a couple thousand people to come down and celebrate this fall festival with us. >> who makes up the waterfront partnership? >> well, i mean we're a small team of about four or five people, and you know, we are here to help promote the waterfront and all the businesses and keep it clean, safe and green. >> so what's goal? is it to show people they can have this harvest festival in this city and not have to go out to the counties? >> exactly. we're bringing the country to the city. all of the folks that live here within walking distance or driving distance, it's a short commute away can come down and enjoy the fun that the country provides right here along the waterfront in the city. >> what are some of the things they can do? >> well, they can participate in the hay maze or they can ride a pony or do some face patienting, pick up a pumpkin in our pumpkin patch, listen to live music, grab a bite to eat
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at one of our fabulous food trucks. there will also be several other folks out here like port discovery and yelp with oversized games like jenga. >> and the weather's going to work out for you. no showers in the forecast until after your 2:00 end time. >> exactly. >> 10 to 2 today right downtown. thanks for being with us. we really appreciate it. >> thank you. >> good job. >> she's live at the harbor harvest festival. and some of the sponsors including yelp, i kia and the gallery and bge. >> still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning. you're not the only one who likes a treat on hall wee, ilene gavy is here with holiday tips that your pets can do or help you do rather. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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: we all know that chocolate coming up on halloween good for kids or at least we hope so. but not for your pets. >> chocolate will kill a dog. >> in large large quantities. it's not good for them. they could get sick. >> it's almost guaranteed diarrhea. >> and then a problem for you too. >> this is our long haired. >> shelby, isn't she sweet. >> five months old. she's up for adoption. find her at the maryland spca. let's talk about how you can make dog treats. >> you can make treats for your dogs on your own. we've brought some cute ones. you can make them in your own home. i actually brought the ingredients and it's very, very simple. my husband who helps with the pet knows i'm no cook but this
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is very very simple. so actually, you start with whole wheat flour, very basic, pretty healthy. pumpkin is a great recipe ingredient. we actually feed it to our dog. it's very healthy. it's a nice filler. >> she likes it already. >> and that might be all you need. >> cinnamon. salt and by the way this recipe will be on cbsbaltimore.com. >> right. >> and she's just going to keep eating it. >> she's going to eat that cinnamon and be in for the shock of her life. >> we've got peanut butter. >> i'm going to help you out. >> oh, no she's got flour on her face. peanut butter and some eggs. and that's the recipe. it's all very natural, and she really likes it. you just mix it up and this is something that you can do as a family. the kids can help. it's a very basic recipe. you can tell that the dogs are probably going to like it. >> this is good for afternoon
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halloween too for all fall long. >> she's grooving. it does take quite a while to makes it up and you might need to use your hands. that could be a fun activity for the whole family. this is what the dough looks like when you're done. >> really? >> yes. >> you're making pellets and baking these. >> you roll it out. you cut it up. and you do bake them. the recipe will be on your web site. it's all natural and they really seem to love them. >> go for it baby. >> yeah, you know it. the information's object on the on the screen to get to your web site. >> right on coup. we cue. we did not have to prep her for this. make sure you're safe with the pets. the wrappers are dangerous too. >> your cats too with those wrappers. >> yes, absolutely. they can both get into trouble. keep it high, even putting it in some tupperware. >> cool. >> thank you allee gaby,
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a good run of sun starting tomorrow, thursday. this day will be cloudy with a high of 66. >> if you're looking to take shell i did bihome, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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