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it is exactly 6 o'clock and it is a purple friday here because the ravens play in chicago on sunday. it's also a real nice start to this day. i'm looking forward to another afternoon like yesterday. sharon has your traffic right after marty's first warning weather. 29 degrees on tv hill right now is to be quite honest 2 warmer than this time yesterday. it's going to be a sunny start, a cloudy and partly sunny in between. 58 degrees at lunch on its way to a high of 62 maybe. don, take it away. here is traffic with wjz traffic control at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. we have picked up a new problemn the inner loop of the beltway on the west side at baltimore national pike. we have some debris reported there. speed wise we're still doing well. 55 on the top and west sides of the
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beltway. same goes for 95. that's a look at 70 just west of the beltway running smoothly. be aware of deer out there. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. the president is trying to d on a promise he made while selling his health care plan but insurance executives across this country say it may not work. here is susan mcginnis with the story for wjz. >> we fumbled the roll out on this health care law. that's on me. >> president obama is trying to fix problems with the affordable care act. he now says americans can keep their current insurance plans through 2014 even if they don't meet the standards laid out in the new healthcare law. >> this fix won't solve every problem for every person. it's going to help a lot of people. >> nearly 5 million people received cancelations notices, something the president promised wouldn't happen. democrats in congress pressured president obama to fix his broken promise before a vote today on a
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republican bill in the house. the proposal lets americans keep their coverage. >> i would encourage every member to help keep that promise and vote for this bill. >> the head of insurance said the president's fix threatens to undermine the new market and may lead to higher premiums and disruption in 2014 and beyond. in order to resend cancelations notices insurance companies have 30 days to contact the people whose policies was canceled, get state regulators to sign off on any premiums and process the new policies. >> there's no guarantee companies will reinstate those
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canceled policies. the president threatened to veto the bill. the man this this surveillance video shot and killed 42-year-old david porter on saturday in the barbershop on frank ford avenue. anyone with any information is asked to call baltimore city police. a possible break in the cell phone and other robberies around towson as police made three arrests. wjz and mike schuh is live with the story. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. police here are saying that thee those robbers that they have arrested to over a dozen other robberies. >> wjz obtained this surveillance video shows the 7-eleven in towson. you see the clerk straighten up, she goes outside. about a minute later these men use a knife to order her back behind the counter.
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police say these men are responsible for robberies that could include attacks on towson and goucher students. karina is a friend of the victim. >> was she terrified? >> she have scared. she called me later on, at like1 1:00 telling me the fact that she was scared. one of them was standing behind her with the knife held out on her. i'm sure she's very happy that they didn't didn't hurt her. >> police captured the masked men just a few blocks away. >> we will not tolerate this and we will use every resource to do that. >> it put this community on end. >> you have to keep your guard up. it's not good. >> police have charged the men and this video will be key in their prosecution. >> reporter: the ages of the men are between 25 and 37 and police say they're responsible for the robberies of two dollar
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tree stores and a dunkin donuts. mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. back to you. >> thank you. police say the official investi. we will continue to follow it for you. stay with wjz and cbsbaltimore.com for the latest details. in the washington suburbs a man is under arrest for stabbing two people outside a shopping center in bethesda. david goldberg shot -- stabbed a driver in a road rage attack. both people stabbed were taken to the hospital and expected to survive. goldberg's 2-year-old daughter was in car during the incident. a state highway administration worker is dead after an accident on the beltway near bel air road. eddie gilyard was hit when a car veered on to the shoulder yesterday. his vehicle was also hit and a worker inside it is hurt. the entire incident remains under investigation.
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the death toll from typhoon haiyan has jumped to nearly 4,000. this morning hundreds of thousands of others are still struggling to survive there. almost 600,000 people are said to be without homes and philippinos living here in the u.s. are desperate to help their homeland. here is kai jackson with more. >> hardship continues in the philippines as people fight to survive without basic necessities. last week haiyan engulfed the island with sustained winds of 195 miles per hour. an estimated 4,500 people were killed in the super storm that flattened everything. >> it is a rally of the leaders to help the typhoon victims in the philippines. >> at the baltimore county library in towson members of the philippino community meet with members of area rotary clubs and
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a humanitarian group called disaster aid usa. they are trying to find ways to get food, water and supplies to those in need. >> we hope to raise fund for the rotety to provide lighting, shelter and food. >> they hope their partnership has a big impact on helping people in the philippines. >> i have two aunts who were there. >> sony grew up in the philippines and still has family there. two of her elderly aunts were missing. >> they were found two days ago in the second floor of their house. >> are they okay? >> they are okay now. they have been relocated. >> e groups say they plan to meet again. they want to send money to the philippines but plan on sending supplies as well. i'm kai jackson reporting. back to you. >> thank you. if you'd like to help the red cross is one of the
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agencies taking donations as well. call 800-red-cross. orioles first baseman chrisg es third in the voting for most valuable player. clearly the most valuable oriole. he loses out to miguel cabrera who was named mvp for the second straight year. former ravens ed reed has signed with the new york jets. he have took to the practice field yesterday with his new team. the move reunites him with rex ryan who was the ravens defensive coordinator. this ravens the sunday are the in chicago playing the bears, a game you can see live on wjz 13 at 1:00. after that join us for our special post game show with highlights, interviews and analysis. a full ravens football sunday here on
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wjz. >> i enjoy doing football talk. we're on this week and next weei love watching a football game with wally who in his day had big games. he played for the browns, the ravens. in the day wally had game. i love sitting at the green turtle and watching the football game with wally williams. it's like you sweated through one shirt, we have to go on the air. he gets into it. you can hear home on 105.7 the fan, our cbs radio partner. >> yep. >> you can text us during football talk. we tried to make this a fan interactive show. the e-mail is fine. by the time you get this and go through the cbs server in new york it was past time. >> the texting is a great idea. >> it's actually tweeting. >>y . >> it's the same thing. it just gets right to us. i'm
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coming up in my mind like a lightening ground for wally. it's like, okay, 140 letters made this tweet, you've got no more than 140 words. >> sounds like fun. >> i think it's going to be fun. 4:00 to 6:00 after the game. let's take a look at forecast for the day. a high temperature of right around 61 degrees. periods of clouds and sun. we start sunny, end cloudy. partly sunny in between. it's going to be a mild afternoon. ron matz, joins us right now with a friend we haven't seen in a long, long time. >> reporter: it's great to be here. we're at amichi's. we've got the great photographe. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter:d to see you. >> good to see you too. >> reporter: harry has
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photographs of little italy. we're going to take you there, show you some amazing photos when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. 14 minutes after the hour. 27 now, calm winds. 37 oakland, 42 ocean city, 30 elkton, 33 hagerstown, 28 cumberland, the mid 30s easton, rock hall 39, 37 kent island and annapolis, 27 columbia, 34 degrees in westminster. we got a big push of warm humid air.
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it's milder than yesterday. this is going to come with a couple of showers. the next real rain though is going to be that cold front that doesn't really get here until we move into next week. the normal high is 58. we're going to be darn close to that today. we're going to call it a high of 61 degrees. i say darn close, the range will be 58 to 61. 42 mild over night. over night and morning showers.g ing 58 tomorrow. 67 on sunday, 68 on monday. back to 51 and 46. let's go back to wjz traffic control and sharon gibala. >> good morning. i have a lot more to report than before. we have a couple of problems. a degree on the beltway on the inner loop at baltimore national spike. now some accidents. avington road, echo deal
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-- dale at walleters. a car fire, route 7 at joppa road. speeds still looking good, no problems on 95. that's a look at the west side of the beltway at old court road. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland state toyota dealer. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. we first met harry conley 20 plus years ago when harry put up -- harry is a photographer, a great photographer. he put out a book about pediatric cancer, working with johns hopkins. this book went nationwide and put harry on the map. it's great to have him join us again. it's been way too long. ron, take it away. >> reporter: it really has. we're live at amichi's. we love this place in little lit it --
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italy. let's talk about this. you have done a beautiful work h y. it's now on display at stevenson university, the greenspring campus. tell me how all this evolve and what it entails. >> about 16 years ago i started photographing in little italy. i went to the church. the pastor had me stand at the pulpit and introduce myself to everyone at every mass. i decided i wanted to spend a year photographing little italy. that was 16 years ago. >> reporter: the pictures are just absolute amazing. you have everything here. you name it, you've got it. some of the great characters, the dancing in the streets. >> right. this place, there's so much lifd color here. over time i got to see all sorts of aspects of the community. i stayed around here. >> reporter: you of course chronicled through your camera -- what kind of camera do you use? >> i actually started in the
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film days and now i'm in digital. it's been 16 years. technology changes. >> reporte. you have the weddings and barbershop and just everything. you took some great photographs of a gentleman that we knew very well, mr. john penti. >> yes. the first time i introduced mysd time he said let me show you something and pulled out his yearbook. in this photograph next to him was my father. john and i made a connection. all these years i would come to his house, eat, have dinner with him, photograph him in various places. >> the man who made the little italy film festival possible, a real icon here in little italy. this is a fabulous picture. it's guedo. >> it's outside saint leo's church. >> reporter: it says little italy. >> he was quite a character. >> reporter: he was. let's
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talk about your exhibit that's on display where and when. >> it's at stevenson university. actually, tonight they're having a special time from 5:00 to 7:00 and then 1:00 to 4:00. >> reporter: we want to show that famous picture that's been seen all over the country. >> that's willburr cox. i think marty has run into it. him. >> i have. he's an accomplish -- is an accomplished chef. he's doing great yet. >> reporter: that's great. thanks for joining us. always o see you. >> always great to be with you guys. >> reporter: it's been too long. we want to thank roland for opening up early. >> no problem. >> reporter: we are live in little italy. we're going to send it back to tv hill.
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we'll so you in fells point for manic monday. >> that book fighting chance was the book on pediatric oncology. >> i remember doing the baseball book too many, many years ago. still to come on wjz this morning. >> tablets and toddlers. a big wake up call for parents. i'm jessica kartalija. coming up on wjz, why too much of a touch ,,,,,,
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this morning we're talking tablets and toddlers. children under the age of 2 shoa void all screen time. here is jessica kartalija to report, doctors and therapists fear it may harm our children. >> good morning. as these touch screens become ma part of family life, children are using these tablets three times more than they did just 2 years ago. >> play time for babies far different in the 21st century. >> good job. >> yeah. >> parents could be making a big mistake putting touch screens in the hand of toddlers and young children. >> do you want to play a game? >> yes. >> parents think they're stimus . doctors
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and therapists are raising a red flag. too much screen time with hurt their developing bodies. >> they're actually always on the ipad and not doing the pencil activities it's going to make those muscles weaker. >> like most 6-year-old nolan likes playing on his family's ipad. >> do you want me to move onto level two? >> please. >> his mom limits he has screen time but worries how much is too much knowing it can lead to muscle weakness. >> is it okay for them to be constantly looking at something? i did not know this would be a part of our parenting. >> what does this work on? >> finger and hand movement. >> it's part of nolan's oak occupational therapy. >> he likes to use all fingers together. >> he's working on hand-eye
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coordination and finger movements like grasping and pinching. all problems kids can develop with spending too much time on touch screens. >> it's about their body as well? >> a lot of children are coming in with motor delays, some decreased muscle strength in areas. >> therapists are seeing more kids like nolan. the number of kids using touch screens have doubled. almost 40% of babies under two and 3/4 of kids under 8 are using them. >> something happens so they tap and something happens there. it's very enticing. >> what does this mean for generations to come? the technology is so new that researchers can't predict what damage might be done. that has
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doctors very concerned. >> limited use, 3 to 4 hours of ipad use on their own, it seems that you're flirting with developmental danger. >> a warning nolan's family takes to heart. >> we set a time limit. >> trying to limit too much swiping and tapping that could change how an entire generation is changing. jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> you can find worthwhile educational apps but suggest no more than 15 minutes at a time. next up on wjz. making changes to the roll out of the affordable care act. how will the president's latest announcement effect you. i'm mike schuh live. the alleged towson robbers are in jail. the surveillance tape that put them there next. allegations of child sex abuse on a military base. good morning, i'm meghan mccorkell,
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we will tell you why prosecutors are worried there could be more victims. we have a handful of accidents out there on the morning commute. we will let you know if we have any delays to add to the mix. that's straight ahead. thousands of people will pack the baltimore arena tonight as joel osteen comes back to baltimore. he joins us on coffee with coming up. stay tuned, we'll be be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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it is 6:30. there are just enough clouds out there to add some real drama to this morning's sunrise. what a beautiful shot. sharon is watching the rush for you. marty is over at first warning weather. is it just me or is this fall? the sunsets and sunrises have been like world class. >> the past two weeks have been fantastic. >> out of sight. 27 degrees on tv hill. all i he to do is look at social media and dozens
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of posts of the sunset. 27, the same temperature as this time yesterday. 58 at lunch on the way to the low 60s. cloudy start, sunny middle, cloudy end. what awaits you on the road? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> on the west side of the beltway still that degree at baltimore national pike. that accident on avington road just north of the 95 over pass. echo dale at walter, davidsonville at 50 there's a wreck. a car fire on route 7 at old mountain road. on the beltway starting to see some minor delays on the west side. typical for this hour. 51 is your average speed there. 95 southbound still full speed. another shot of that beautiful . rise. there's a look at 795. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning.
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here's don. >> thank you. under mounting pressure theg ing changes to the roll out of the affordable care act. the move would allow extensions for people dropped be by their insurance plans. as mary bubala explains, it may not be that simple. >> first he said he was sorry, now president obama said the white house has a fix for nearly 500-0000 americans set to lose -- 5 million americans set to lose their health care. >> i said i would fix this problem. >> the white house is giving insurance companies the option to keep offering plans that could have been canceled through 2014. providers will have to make clear what plans do not include and let consumers know what other new options are available in the federal exchanges. >> now, this fix won't solve every problem for every person. it's going to help a lot of people. >> president obama took questions for nearly an hour. >> we fumbled the roll out.
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>> republicans are pushing lega llow customer to keep their current plans permanently. >> the only way to fully protect the american people is to scrap this law once and for all. >> the white house revealed that fewer than 27,000 people were able to enroll on the federal website. >> state insurance commissioner commissioners would make the decision on whether people keep their policies. lock heed martin will let marylanders keep their jobs. it's cutting an a additional 2,000 jobs. the company said it needs to lower costs because the federal government isn't spending as much on defense contracts these days. the man accused of child sex abuse inside the fort meade military base will appear in court today. as meghan mccorkell explains,
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investigators fear there may be many more abused. >> good morning. officials at fort meade held a g ing for parents last night after a former youth counselor was arrested in an fbi investigation. >> 27-year-old anthony dennis williams, a counselor at the fort meade youth center for 8 years. investigators say the man who taught a class called passport to manhood preyed on young boys. two victims came forward saying williams sexually abused them in the attic. he also exchanged graphic picture with the boys. >> it was the mother of one of the children discovered suspicious text messages. >> in one exchange found on williams phone he asked the child about the abused abuse saying what can i ask you, what got you to the point you want today go along with it. the victim responds stupidly i guess. now prosecutors are
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trying to figure out if there's more victims. >> we want to reach out to the parents of the children in contact with that suspect and make sure that they ask the tough questions and find out if there may be anything that happened to them. >> officials have set up a 24-hour call center for parent that is have concerns. a statement army leaders say our priorities is to ensure the families involved in the alleged incidents are involving the support they need and we continue to fully assist the fbi with their ongoing investigation. >> williams stopped working at the youth center in 2012, meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> williams is charged with sexually abusing a minor on federal property and faces a maximum of 15 years behind bars. a former baltimore contract employee indicted for stealing employee's personal information is back in maryland. courtney calvert was arrested in florida on an unrelated case. the stolen hard driver was recovered
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and they don't think he used the information on it. towson residents have been on edge with robberies of cell phones and other materials involving some college students as well. this morning police have three men in custody in connection with that. mike schuh is live outside baltimore county police head quarters. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. these alleged towson robbers san nected to over a dozen other robberies. >> wjz obtained this surveillance video shows the 7-e eleven -- 7-e eleven. these men are responsible for at least a dozen violent robberies that could include on a towson and goucher college student. karina is a friend and coworker of the victim. >> what did she say?
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>> she was scared. she called me at like 11:00 telg me that she was scared. one of them was standing behind her with the knife held out on her. i'm sure she's very happy they didn't hurt her. >> police captured the masked men just a few blocks away. >> we will not tolerate this behavior in baltimore county and will use ever possible resource to do that. >> for weeks these knife-wielding robbers have put this community on end. >> as the person living around this area, you have to keep your guard up. it's not good. >> police have now charged the men and this video will be key in their prosecution. >> reporter: they say they hit two dollar tree stores and a dunkin donuts. >> police say the investigation remains open. stay with wjz and cbsbaltimore.com for the latest
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updates. the police department will replace its current crown victorias with the new models. they're said to be faster and more resiptive. they also have a hidden tray in the trunk for electronic police gear. they will be phased in over the next few years. there are a lot of unanswered questions this morning about a man who full from a plane and into the ocean off miami. here is marly hall with the story for wjz. >> investigators in florida are still trying to figure out how a passenger allegedly fell out of this plane and into the atlantic ocean. yesterday around 1:30 the pilot made that unaushlusual call. >> may day. i have a door ajar. i'm head ing to tamiami. >> you have a door open? >> i have a door ajar and a passenger that fell down. >> shortly after the plane took off from a private airport just
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outside of miami the pilot of the piper pa-46 aircraft radioed air traffic controllers to tell them what happened. >> you said you had a passenger that fell out of your plane? >> that's correct, sir. he opened the back door and he l down plane. >> the coast guard used helicopters and boats to search for the missing passenger. authorities say they don't plan to find the man alive. >> it's reasonable that anybody that falls from an aircraft without a parachute turns into a recovery effort and not a search and rescue. >> only the pilot and one passenger were on board the plane. investigators are interviewing the pilot to try to piece together exactly what happened. marly hall, wjz eyewitness news. >> the coast guard and local fire rescue says part of their investigation is trying to confirm whether the call was real. baltimore based understood armor is leaping forward into the fitness technology market. according to the baltimore sun, under armor plans to acquire map
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my fitness for $150 million. they are the creator of map my run and map my ride. the texas-based company has more than 20 million registered users who map, record and share their work out using gps and other technologies. turn to football, it was a battle of the afc south against the colts and titans. the colts fell behind early on 14-0. things would get nasty when the colts eric walden rips off the helmet of walker and head butts him. he got to stay in the game. the colts would rally. in the end the colts beat the titans 30-27. a not too late for you to enter the purple pride slide show contest. go to cbsbaltimore.com and up load your favorite game day photos.
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it's sponsored by the zone super store. tomorrow the terps head down to virginia to take on virginia tech. that game is coming to your live here tomorrow at 12:30. we have been looking at the sunrise. you pointed out the past two weeks have been world class. i have to show you a good sunrise. ed hail just took that picture and sent it to me. >> i know that buoy. >> that's the light at the cut between north point pleasure island and hartin miller island. i got to tell you something, that's exactly what tie die is supposed to look like. >> got you. >> it's a beautiful morning. it's going to be a fine day with temperatures in the low 60s. we're at 27 now. there's going to be quite a warm up. we will
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start sunny, end cloudy. in between, partly sunny skies. coming up on coffee with, my man don sat down with joel osteen last night. the pastor and his wife are if in baltimore tonight at the arena. don's chat with joel coming your way after the break. sharon gibala has your wjz traffic control. there's a prettier line in here somewhere. >> a wing and a prayer. >> first warning weather and me e -- coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. ellicott city represented well in the house this morning. 27 degrees, 84% humidity, barometer at 30.26. it's a beautiful morning. 33 hagerstown, 37 oakland, 27 cumberland, 30 elkton, almost 40 in easton, the low 40s pax river and ocean city, 36 in the district, 27 columbia, 10 warmer rock hall, annapolis and kent
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island. we get into a mild flow that will give us over night showers into early morning and then we'll lose the rain. that frontal boundary out to the west will be our next chance of widespread rain early next week. warmer you bet. today a high of 61 degrees. yesterday was in the upper 50s. the day before it felt like it was 9 degrees. 42 over night. tomorrow looks like it's going to be another high of 58 degrees with sun returning in the afternoon. then 67 sunday. monday gray, later on showers. ahead of that almost 70. there's that frontal boundary. down to 51 and 46 breezy and windy tuesday and wednesday. straight to sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. if you are just about to head ot couple of accidents could get in your way. first of all, a new one on
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dukeland at wilkins. edgewood on tremble road east of emrerton. in the city, echo dale at walter. some debris now on 26, that is at bel air south parkway. if you're headed out on the beltway delays now on the top and west sides. 41 your slowest spot on the west side outer loop. no problems on 95. that's a look at 8 # 3 at 3 at ruxton road. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you dream of all the places you'd like to go? toyota is ready to take you there. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. you did the interview, i was sitting on the bench. >> coffee is with joel osteen and my thought is what do you ask a man that's viewed by 40,000 people in houston every week and written a bunch of best selling books. i sat down and did my best.
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>> joel, welcome to baltimore and the eyewitness news morning edition. >> thank you. facts should be apparent my plee -- it's my pleasure to be with you. >> let's get out of the way what you're in town to do. you and victoria are here to offer a night of hope. what do you think that is and why do we need hope? >> it's a 2 and a half hour event we've done all over the world. i think everybody needs hope. it feels like a lot of things are trying to push people down these days. so we come to people know that god has good things in store, they can let go of the past, move forward. let me try to inspire people. hopefully draw them closer to god and lift their spirits. >> one of the reasons you're in town is you have a new book out. when you just glance at it, the title is break out. that doesn't sound like a book joel
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osteen would do. tell me about the book, how do we break out? >> it's talking about how it's easy to get stuck in life. you get up, go to work, feel like you've reached limits. i feel like the first place we get stuck in our own thinking. i talk about believing bigger and taking the limits off of yourself and from god. just practical things. keeping the right perspective. don't settle for good enough. also i talk about praying big prayers. a lot of times we pray over our food, for protection. i think you have to pray for your dreams and hopes. >> is it more self-help than religion? >> it's based on the scripture i feel like i'm helping people live out the christian life. i'm not teaching doctrine in it. this is about how to forgive,
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how to have a good attitude, believe big. i feel like the scripture does help you to become better. >> okay. if i can ask you a personal quen , it's more personal towards me perhaps than you. i grew up in the church, i i communicate with large groups of people now all the time. i think i minister to them. all right. in my youth i spoke a lot at church. it was one of the few places i could find where older people would listen to a young man and not dismiss what they had to say. i know that you were involved in your father's church but in a different aspect than preaching. when he died you took over and preached for the first time and now you've taken to a grand scale if i may say so. do you ever get over the excitement, the thrill of being god's conduit or messager to a large crowd of people?
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>> i don't think you ever get over it. at least i don't. i feel humbled and rewarded evei get to speak in front of them. to hear their stories and how in some way you've touched them, of course it's through the lord, but i don't ever lose that sense of amazement, even when i stand up at my church back at home. we have services where the rockets used to play basketball. i had season tickets when they were there. every time i stand up to minister i still feel overwhelmed. it's a part of our message that god's plan for your life is bigger than you own. you don't know where he's going to take you. you stay faithful, honor him and he will do amazing things with you arrive. >> it sits 40,000 people. >> it sits closer to 16,000 pe.
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>> light is brighter. i don't know if you've ever notd d that or i may be saying something that isn't so. >> it definitely is. i feel rewarded to be able to sk to people. even speaking here tomorrow night i won't know them personally but in some way i want to touch their life to help them to draw them closer to god or help them over come things. i tell people, there's no greater pay, there's no greater thing than helping somebody else. >> thank you very much for spending time with us tonight. best of luck with the night of hope. best of luck with the new book. >> thank you. >> it's been an honor to speak to you. >> you're having nice. we're going to check in with wjz traffic control and more first warning weather right after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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5 minutes before 7:00. here come your updates from sharon and marty over at first warning weather. let's take a look at the forecast for the day. it's going to be a good one. 61 degrees is going to be the high. it's about 30 right now. here is sharon at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. a couple of issues, including af
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you're headed out on dukeland and wilkins. another one on tremble road east of emerton. avington north of 95, echo dale at author. on the beltway speeds in the 40s and in the 50s still on 95. that's a look at the west side, not looking so bad at liberty road. this traffic report is brought to you by bge. enjoy discounts on cfl's and led's. learn more at bgesmartenergy.com. baltimore county police arrest three men who say they maybe behind over a dozen robberies in the towson area. they are accused of holding up the 7-eleven in towson. they have been involved in cell phone robberies of a towson university and goucher college students. stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. complete news, weather and traffic still ahead this morning. the president
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