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a 13-year old is taken into custody after pulling a gun on his teacher and his classmates. it's the second time in two weeks a teen has showed up at a baltimore county school armed with a gun. gun.megan gilliland is here with more on the immediate changes that willlbe in place this morning as kids head back into school. good morning guys,police say the 13-year old... 8th grade student pullld out a loaded semi automatic handgun at stemmers run middle school yesterday. his teacher smacked it out of his hand and the school immediately went into lockdown. an automated call went out to parents.as you can imagine many parents and students panicked considering it was 9-11 and that just recently an armed student shot a student inside perry hall high school. caiti keener/ concerned
sibling 8:53 that's my son phis is my brotter i just broke into tears when i saw him cuz it's just crazy it's just crazy that you have to worry when they go to school. :06dj hamilton25:24 scary it's a sad day bringing a gun to school it's noo funny. funny.police are planning to chhrge the 13-year-old as a juvenile.his grandfather is also facing charges for not securing thh gun that was found.and... as a result of the two gun incidents at baltimore county schools.two immediaae changes are now in place.more county police will be deployed at schools and police will be using hand held metal detectors. the baltimore county police chief is blaming the problem on unsecured guns.hear his plea to parents coming up next half hhur.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. 3
the 17--ear-old student... shot at perry hall high school on the first day of school..is home now, but his father
says... his road to recovery is far from over. over. daniel was released from the hospital, monday...he spent most of the day with nurses ... gearing up for the therapy he'll need.he will also eed additional surgery. (milttn borrwy-daniels dad)"so weeks and he's just getting his strength back. the road is definitely not done. hes got a ways to go home nursing home rehab. that's important to him" &phim"the 15-year-old accused gunman, robert gladdon... remains in custody at spring grove hospptal.he's due for a and we have complete coverage of the perry hall school shooting...including the complete interview with daniel's parents on our website.just go to fox baltimore dot com... slash... perry hall. 3
tuesday was a day of reflection across the countty...as weeremember the 11th anniversary offthe september 11th attacks.right
here at home... many paused to remember the many lives lost. lostt there was a putty hill avenue in along - parkville...where 2-thousand 9 hundded 77 flags were placed late last week...one for each victim of the attacks.the organizer saas its all about keeping a promise. iq: we made a promise of... to never forget///butt to///i didn't loose anybody... but i think we all lost somebody somebodyorganizers also want &pus to remember the people who lost their lives... fighting in the wars after the 9-11 attacks. because of the somber day... the pressdentiaa candidates took a break from campaigning. but two maryland delegates,
chose to hold fundraisers.ii's reported, both delegates jon cardin and eric bromwell spent the day raising money.cardin told one news outlet ... he didn't think the fundraiser political action is patriotic. delegate bromwell had his "jamaica me crazy" fundraiser guests were asked o write ""/11 is a time of rememberance, not a party, for any celebration, to plan a fundraiser for 9/11 is in very poor taste" 3 taste"delegate bromwell declined our request for an interview. teachers in chicago are pxpected to continue their strike for a third day today. as ed payne explains... it comes after a second day of negotiations ended tuesday without either side expressing optimism that an agreement was at hand. 33 no breakthrough yet in
negotiations. thousaads of striking teachers spent much of the day gathered outside the chicago public school system's headquarters. a union spokeswoman says they have a long way to go, with the union agreeing to justtsix of the 49 poonts in the school system's contract offer. she says they're fightinggfor their students and justice in education. chicago's mayor casts the strike in different terms. this was a strike of chooce and it's the wrong choice for the children. among other things, teachers are concerned about job security in the wake of a new program that evaluates them based on the standardized test scoree of their students. i wish that standardized tests tell us anything other than the socio-economic background of our students. the school board resolved. we think the proccss is moving aaead and we see no reason we won't solve this and we have an urgency to get his
solvee because we think our kids ought to be in school. chicago's first teachers strike in 25 years has left many parents scrambling to find alternatives for their children. i speet $240 in childcare the last two days, i'm not happy about that and i'm sure most parents can't afford that. i'm ed payne reporting. the school board president said the boaad will resume negotiatinn onlyyafter they get a written response tt their proposal or a counter- proposal from the teachers. but the interim chief education officer said the negotiating would continue today... whatever happens. the cost f employer-paid family health insurance... jumped again this year. but according to a new survey by "the kaiser family foundation and the hhalth research and educational trust"... it innreased at a historically low level. premiums for a family of four increased 4- percent... to 15-thousand-745- dollars this year. possible reasons include more families going without medical care because they can't afford ii... and the rise in high deductible plans that require families to pick up more of
the cost. no relief at the pump just yet... gas prices are going up... especially in the northeast.prices rose in august because hurricane isaac ddssupted operations at gulf expected to drop once the gulf pegion's facilities came back online... but the drop was delayed bbcause isaac hit so close to september 15-th. that's the date when the u-s switches from a more expensive &psummer blend of gasoline... t aacheaper winter blend. experts say drivers should start to see prices at the pump go down as early as next week. some badly needed improvements are coming to 12 libraries in baltimore city million dollars.he tune of 5 - dollars. the first 3 are opening today, and joel d. smith is streaming now... inside one of them in south baltimore to show us the latest technology, and tell us why taxpayers are not paying for any of it. good morning joel d.
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september 11th, 2001 -- the day that changed evvrything for the u-ssairline industry ... and passengers.we're all familiar with the hassles of airport security checkpoints born in the wake of nine- the question... can security be hassle- free? free? --reporter pkg-as follows -- this is what air travelers are used to now...shoes off, hands up or the body scan. in roughly years, the international air transport association says airport security checkpoints could almost be hassle free. (nats) with the help of fingerprint or retinal scans passengers could gee their boarding passes then breeze through the checkpoint. (reporter: so is this going to be the future of airport checkpoints? as easy as walking down a hall like this?)in 7-10 years we think it can bb, yes.(reporter: it sounds too good to be trre, how do you make sure people are safe then?)weel by moving to a risk based system, which
can't accommmdate the volume of passengers hat are going to grow over the next ffw years, with the current one sizee fits all system. before 9/11 - 350 people passed through a check point in an hour, that's down now to 150 passengers an hour. new technology is constantly being tested... llke these maccines usee at three airports, which match the information on your boording pass with encoded security experts say the strategy is nnt only to but also dangerous people. ii you useea risk-based systee, and ou're basically focusing &pyourrenergy and esources where it's most required.the tsa's pre-check program aims to do that. the goal is to reduce the so-called haastack of trraelers who may pose a threat. preaaproved very frequent flyers at a growing pumber of airports, could keep their shoes, belt and jacket on. and travel size liquids
and laptop computers could stay inside carryon bags. so far 2.5 million passengers are a part of the program which launched last year. insteaa of these travel size containers, full size liquid bottles may be safe to fly with in a couple of years according to one company that develops airport screening technology. but he tsa says, don't expect that policy to continuing to test a wide y're - range of technology sandra endo, cnn at reagan national airport. those airport security lines aae expeeted to only get longer.the federal aviation administration predicts the number of air travelers is expected to grow from 800-million u-s flyers a year today... to one- point-three-billion in 0 years. iphone 5.. makes it's debut tod. today.how it's different from previous models..and how much money it's supposed to bring in... helping our economy. economy.and ater...it looks a
to reaching your goals. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. --reporter pkg-as follows --you've ppobably heard the rumor by now.the upccming i-phone 5 is supppsed to be thinner, lighter and faster.but it may have another interesting feature -- it could help boost the nation's g-d-p. j-p morgan says the new i-phone -- expected to be unveiled wednesday -- could give the economy a bump somewhere between a uarter to a half f a percentage point. government data shows the economy grew 1 point 7 percent in the second quarter -- so a boost from the i-phone could push growth to 2--percent in the fourth quarter. in doolars and cents, that's an additional 3-point-2 billion dollars being injected into when we really need it.to get that number -- j-p morgan predicts each i-phone would add $400 ddllars to g-d-p -- factoring in import costs... and assuming apple sells 8
millionni-phones in thh final three months of the year. that's actually a fairly low estimate considering the company sold 26-million i-phones last quurter.and that's a small number by apple's standards. so no surprisee the tech industry is estimattng a bigger sales number.it projects apple was sell 45 million i-phones by the end of the year. after all, there's pent up demann, because mmny consumers held off on buying tte 4s model... and we're coming into the holiday shopping season.so if sales are even stronger than j-p morgan's predictions, we could see an even bigger boost to economic growth.i'm alison kosik in new york. -----end-----cnn.script----- potty training....akkn to a whole different level. level.the bizarre, surprising and public way one mother... taught her children... how to use he toilet. toilet.another baltimore county teen brings a loaded gun to school.the immeddate changessgoing into affect today to protect your kids. kids.
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