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>> coming up, a suspect shot by police in the midst of an attempted robbery. >> a 17-year-old stabbing suspect captured this morning. >> a teen survives after driving off the fourth level of a parking garage. >> and a training camp surprise -- derrick mason fires up the team for a new season! "11 news sunday morning" starts now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group]
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captioned by the national captioning institute, inc. ---www.ncicap.org--- >> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm rob roblin. we get to top stories in just a moment. first, let's look outside with john collins. walk outside, you're going to get wet, right? >> yes, a line of showers and thunderstorms moving through the area going -- area. >> go indoors? >> yes. if you're hit, it's time to go -- if you hear it, it's time to go inside because lightning is going by. the rain now is concentrated in northern anne arundel county, moving into harford county, and eventually cecil county. it is not a large area of showers. it is mostly rain. the thunder and lightning element of it isn't all that large. and it is moving on.
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there is more rain out to the west in west virginia, in garrett county, and the western portion of allegany county. today we will be dodging rain drops, and we'll talk about it with the insta-weather plus forecast in just a minute. >> police shot an attempted burglary suspect caught in the act. >> melissa carlson explains the strange twist in the story. >> it was 4:30 a.m. when officers in the 4700 block of garrison boulevard noticed an alarm at shon's food market. a spokesperson said officers investigated and found an alleged burglary in progress. >> on entering the convenience store a suspect, wearing a mask, lunged at police with a knife-life object. police fired one shot striking the subject in the head. >> a baltimore e.m.s. unit arrived and assessed the situation. >> from the assessment, they
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determined this patient was expired and pronounced dead on the scene. >> the unit then left and returned to service. some 30 to 40 minutes later, an e.m.s. unit had to come back again. >> after being observed moving or taking a breath or a sigh or something, we're not sure. they returned to that location, treated the victim, and transported him to a nearby hospital. >> the suspect is thought to be in critical condition, and the sergeant says this investigation is far from over. >> there are a lot of details we need to gather to elaborate beyond this point. >> melissa carlson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police received a call saturday afternoon about a man shot in the back on edmonton avenue. the victim was rushed to the
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hospital. no word on his condition. due to the seriousness of his wounds, homicide detectives have been called in. no arefts have been made. >> also police are crediting city watch cameras with helping to catch a 17-year-old murder suspect. it was just after 2:00 yesterday morning. cameras caught a fight between two groups of boys in the 300 block of north pacus street. one man stabbed a -- skinner stabbed a victim in his chest. he is charged as an adult with first-degree murder, assault, and various weapons charges. >> a teenager who admitted to taking part in firebombing a home will spend the rest of the summer in juvenile detension. the 16-year-old boy will be held at the western maryland's children center until august 20. he will also be forced to pay $1,800 in restitution. authorities said the teen
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admitted to participating in a firebombing of a piney orchard home back in june. fortunately no one was hurt. authorities say that was retaliation for the killing of another teenager, christian jones. >> the u.s. house is headed home and the senate isn't far behind. they will first try to extend the cash-for-clunkers program. meantime, they are battling health care. brian mooar with that story from washington. >> if i want to know how tough times are, go to kansas city, kansas, where 3,000 people showed up for a school supply give-away. or nashville, where the local humane society is in such bad shape, it can't afford to take in more animals. president obama is hoping the latest economic numbers are a reason to be optimistic.
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>> the in the last few months the economy has done better than expected. >> he promises that will eventually mean more jobs. >> that's when it will feel like recovery to the american people. >> the auto industry is enjoying a boon thanks to washington's cash-for-clunkers program. the sudden surge in business caught congress off gathered and the $1 -- off guard, and the $1 billion budget was blown in days. the senate will try to seal another deal before heading home for the august recess. the republicans are again asking whether the nation can afford the president's ambitious agenda. >> the democrats have been racking up debt at an unprecedented race. >> g.o.p. members are hoping to turn attention to the bottom line and taking it from capitol
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hill back to their own districts. brian mooar, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the time is 5:06. a new warning about thyme tanning beds. why experts say they are just as dangerous as smoking cigarettes. >> a contaminated area benefits residents, children, wildlife, and the port. details ahead. >> john has your insta-weather
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>> do you think you heard thunder? well, there is some thunder running through town here. it is now moving east of the city. it is concentrated in harford county, eastern baltimore county, and just leaving the city and down into the northern part of anne arundel county. a little lightning with it, but mostly rain shower activity. as you look to the west, you see a lot more rain out there in allegany and garrett counties. mostly some light to moderate rain shower activity. a little bit of thunder and lightning with it. but if we pull back, you'll kind of see the trend for the day here on our insta-weather plus h.d. doppler radar. there is a lot of rain out there coming up through eastern tennessee and kentucky and vavasm -- west virginia.
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so it ought to be a busy day today. we'll talk about that in a second. but first let's look at the current temperatures outside. a little fog with some of this rain. the temperatures are in the 70's. i mean, we're starting out in the 70's this morning. these are the lows. 75 at the inner harbor. dover air force base 74. gaithersburg same. dusm lles 76 -- dull yess 76 degrees. dew points are also in the 70's around here. this is a very tropical air mass. kind of the setup we had friday, and we had some heavy storms move through here. dew point is lower out to the west. it cools the atmosphere down so
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that the dew point goes down, too. look at all this tropical moisture coming in. we have the moisture over our area and tomorrows -- storms out over the atlantic. once this goes out, a front approaching. showers and thunderstorms running out ahead of the front. again, once it goes through, we should dry out for a while, but if you look way up in the corner of the screen up in minnesota, there will be yet another weather system lined up to come our ware. -- way. so if you look at the forecast, thunderstorms likely. it will be tough to heat up, because we won't see a lot of sun. 80 to 87 the range. how high we get into the 80's, depends. south winds. boaters, southeast winds. a one-foot chop on open waters.
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gusty winds in a thunderstorm activity. insta-weather futurecast by 4:00 in the afternoon, several lines of thunderstorms expected to move through the area. once that does, monday we dry out, at least for a while. but we go into tuesday and between twally -- and eventually get into wednesday. so the insta-weather plus forecast, an on-again/off-again situation. monday and tuesday look to be rain situation. isolated storms wednesday, and then again next weekend. >> a massive environmental clean-up in south baltimore is finally taking shape. for decades people have not been able to access the shoreline, but that's changing. >> summer school students are learning about the environment in a flu education center
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operated by living room classrooms at the aquarium mple -- aquarium. >> i like it, because i get to learn fun and interesting stuff. i like going to summer school here. >> the business itself is green. rain-collection barrels is only the beginning. >> it almost generates as much energy as it uses. >> the pronlect is part of a $153 million effort to transform one of the most contaminated water sites in baltimore. it will give the port a new place for dredging operations and the people what they have been denied for years. pictures from the 1940's show perhaps the last time they had access to the middle branch of the river, and residents worked with the state for ideas for the site. >> they would like hiking and biking trails and a fishing pier where they could go fishing and
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kyackking, and a community building, essentially, which is what is behind us where people could learn about the environment. >> this was a brown field, and it is still a brown field in some areas. >> frank ham yonds with the port administration says two years ago crews began clearing 60,000 tons of trash. >> there was debris from the baltimore fire of 190343. -- 1903. there was an abandoned wasteland board. it was one of the dirtyest years in the harbor. >> some of these will eventually be used to create fishing. he says it is a win-win for everyone. >> we are getting something we need to maintain the port of baltimore, and the community is getting something they wanted and didn't have for tathes decades, and the whole area is get k cleaned up. >> and that's great for the environment. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv
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news. >> a new study finds the ware of many beaches is polluted and endangers the health of swimmers. the beach water quality report released last week found our beach waters continue to suffer from serious contamination that includes human and animal waste. there is a bright spot for maryland's ocean city based on a beach quality notification contamination. to read the entire report, log on to our web site and click on medical alert. >> maryland schools brave for another swine flu spleth threat. state officials are hashing this out before school begins. >> plus getting a divorce may be bad for your heal, even if you remarry. a new study linking divorce and health problems. >> and derrick mason ends his retirement. number 85 is back with the ravens!
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pete gilbert will have the detail
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>> in this morning's "medical alert." a warning to those of you who use tanning beds. they are in the top cancer many warnings with cigarettes. a risk of a jump in skin cancer when use of tanning beds was begun under the age of 30. the new classification of these tanning beds and ultravie lith let radiation. skin cancer rates have quadrupled in the last 20 years. >> a pilla procedure uses four to five implants in the pallate and it can reduce or eliminate senatoring and it also treats moderate sleep apnea.
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it takes patients about 12 weeks to stop snoring after the procedure. >> it can help minimize the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea. >> this procedure can cost anywhere from $200 to $300. it is f.d.a. approved, but insurance doesn't cover it. >> the swine flu is expected to return with a vengeance this fall. the virus could sicken one in five people. because children are among those at risk, schools are hashing out a plan before schools begin. >> k through 12 students and preschool children are particularly vulnerable to swine flu, a novel virus which is expected to return this fall and peak in october just as kids are getting back to class. the state superintendent fears a large volume of infected children -- and -- >> the potential of having to
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close schools because of the high volume of kids impacted and staff, and that we will lose a lot of instructional time for children. >> and so education and health officials from every maryland jurisdiction huddled in annapolis monday to prepare for the worst. >> widespread disease where we have limited supply of vaccine, where we are seeing increase hospitalization, illness, and in some cases, even some deaths. >> the first line of defense, a mass vaccination program, a logical nightmare, but a likely reality. the current thought is people will need two low-dose shots one month apart. the leaders began coordinating the imization for the cdc recommended 2.6 marylanders. that's five million doses which will trickle in over time. >> this vaccination will have to be an all hands ton deck and through multiple sources. it will be through the school
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system, and develop plans there, it will be with hospital and health care providers around the state. it will be with your pediatricians >>. >> this posed a different set of questions. like, how best to scommune indicate with parents? how will students make up instruction? kate amara, wbal-tv. >> divorce is bad for your health. a study found those divorced or widowed have 20% more chronic health conditions than married people. those who will gotten married again were still more consensus septemberible to mow -- more septemberible -- more suscebtible to mobility problems. >> first, here's' look at some of these other events going on around town this weekend.
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>> a hotel located inside an historic landmark has arrived in downtown baltimore. it is located in the heart of downtown, and the hotel monaco is one of a kind. the monaco occupies the old b & o headquarters building at charles street.
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>> they wanted something to reflect the power and strength of the b & o railroad. this was the congressman cavity center of the day. -- it was the comcast center of its day. it was the leg mason building of its time. >> from the original tiffany windows to the seven kinds of marble from four continents. >> what are you seeing here in the lobby is all authentic. we have polished it, made it beautiful, and we're bringing it to the baltimore market. >> up one floor, it is what they call the lobby living room with beautiful furnishings and fire place. there are 202 guest rooms all beautifully done with the history of the building in mind. >> if you look at the carpeting, you can see the classic blue and gold collars, and it looks like railroad ties. and if you look at the side
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pieces, the bed, it looks like traveling trunks. and it combines the old and the new in a beautiful hotel. >> and that's not all. >> not only are the rooms spectacular, but you also get special bath robes. this is the lebard print. this is the zeebra print. and this is is the giraffe print. now, you notice, this is rather long. look at the sleeves. >> we tried to tell our experience for all of our guests, and obviously there are guests of larger sta tour, and with that sta tour comes the larger robes. >> also on that floor is the beautiful restaurant. this is a one of a kind hotel. >> now the new hotel opened for business last week. what do you think? >> i like the leopard print. bings brings out the animal in
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you. >> did you try out the plush -- the mattress? >> it's really a beautiful place, it really is. and you have a deal going on there, so if you want to go on there and spend the weekend, do it now because it is going to be pricey. >> i have a feeling you went there, took a shower -- >> no, they woke me up. >> i don't know how you get these nice plush assignments. >> 74 degrees at tv hill. coming up, a look at our top stories. >> a 13-year-old leans learns a lesson he'll never forget after he crashes his father's car off the fourth floor of a parking garage and survives. fiber one. i'm looking for some fiber. this bar is an excellent source of fiber. there's no fiber in this. tastes too good. there is fiber. [ chuckle ] no.
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i can't taste the fiber in this chocolate. they have 35% of your daily value. hmm. oh, samples. hmm. autobahn. wackenschdol. fiber one chewy bars. cardboard no. delicious yes.
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thanks for being with us. >> our top stories in just a moment. first, john, we're in for a wild ride with this one? >> right.
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[unintelligible] >> we notice some rain coming in and some beg showers. the thunderstorm has moved up with this one batch of rain. it is the first of several we expect to go through today. so yesterday there were a couple isolated storms in the area yesterday. they kind of cropped up in cease yill county. -- cecil county. very tropical. to the east and northeast of town. we widen the view and see a lot more rain out to the west. that will be the story today. several times or several areas of showers and thunderstorms will be coming through. some of that could be severe many we'll talk about it in just a minute with the plause.insta-weather plus forecast. >> the national weather service has confirmed that a tornado did
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touchdown. friday's twister in finksburg was an ef-0. that is the lowest level for a tornado. it left a path of snapped trees, and homes without roofs. three homes in the line of the storm were condemned. >> a plastic chair that was inside the garage actually came through one of the -- that front window over there. came through on a front yard. the winds were swirling around in there. >> renovations are necessary on that home, and rebuilding will take at least six months. >> baltimore police are investigating a shooting involving one of their own. it happened on the 4700 block of garrison boulevard. officers on patrol heard an alarm sounding at shon's food market and went to investigate. once there, officers realized they were in the midst of an attempted burglary. >> upon event erg the
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convenience store a suspect lunged at police with a sharp op. police fired one defensive object striking the defendant once in the head. >> that object turned object toy a -- to be a screw driver. >> authorities were called to the 18900 blauk block of west lafayette. they found a man who had been shot. he was pronounced dead at the scene. investigaters would like any information you have about that scene. >> a teen ager is lucky to be alive after driving his car off a parking garage. what saved him was another car that he hit below. mow neekbrax ton has more. -- moni qusm e braxton has more. >> this dodge had landed on top of his four-runner.
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the crash happened about 8:00. >> the young man was in the turf club with his family. he comes out. somehow he gets his father's keys, starts fooling around, puts it in gear, he loses control of the veak, the vehicle comes off the roof of the garage, lands on richfield street front end first. when he lands, the vehicle is cushioned by another parked vehicle that's destroyed. >> he is not in a position to speak. >> he pulled the stunned 13-year-old driver out of the s.u.v. he also captured the crash on this home video. everyone said the unidentified juvenile is lucky to be alive. >> no one was inside track. >> if it wasn't for the cushioning of the vehicle, the roof would have probably crushed him inside the car. >> that was monique braxton.
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so far no charges have been filed. lucky young man. >> as parents go shopping, there is one concern. >> what people will be frugal with their deals out there. >> a new round of thunderstorms coming in, so our sunday has a wet forecast. ÷
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>> yesterday there were isolated thunderstorms around the area that popped up around the bay. a little convergence there. one atop the city and another near cecil county. our rain today is expected to be a little more widespread. yesterday would have been the day to have the picnics or outdoor activities. today you will have to look skyward. one area of showers and thundershowers has moved through the city. most of the thunder and
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lightning is up in pennsylvania to the west and north of pittsburgh. we have another area out in maryland, west of hagerstown, primarily. to the west of winchester there is thunderstorm activity. most of that is just showers. this is what we will be doing during the day. if it is not rainy, it will be cloudy. let's look and see what's going on outside right now. first light of dawn, we can see the clouds overhead. 73 at the airport. 75 at the inner harbor. keep in mind these are the morning lows. we are standarding out warm. this lst also means -- also means there is moisture in the air. at the moment, the winds are calm. yesterday, 85 the high at the airport and the inner harbor got rain just south of the airport -- around the airport just south of the city. didn't produce much precipitation at all. typically this time of year, 87 would be the high. we'll probably be short of that today, unless the sun gets a
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good blast at it this afternoon for a while. 77 in annapolis. on the board waug walk, 79 degrees. new york is 70. 72 down at national airport. hagerstown checks in with 76 degrees. kind of a stalled out front along the bay and running into western maryland. this is that moisture coming back into the area from the south. it was humid yesterday, too, but now even more moisture coming into the region. so we have this disturbance kind of hanging abcross us keeping things unsettled. then we have a front approaching from the west, so the combination of all of this is just going to stir the atmosphere up. there will be a jet stream up there and everything, so we stand a chancor showers and thunderstorms, possibly -- a chance for showers and thunderstorms, and possibly a slight risk from the mid-atlantic region down to the coastal areas. wind and tornado would be the greatest threat from this. wind primarily, and a small risk that a thunderstorm could spin up. we're ultimately two -- two
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tornadoes were confirmed passed through the city. thunderstorms likely. once again today, same situation as friday, really. 80 to 87 the high. winds becoming west at 5 to 10 miles an hour. flood watches in effect primarily west of the bay. it does not include anne arundel county. it looks like the heaviest potential is west of us on up into parts of pennsylvania. that's a flood watch in effect during the day today. insta-weather futurecast shows storms moving through the area today. once we get into the evening hours we dry out. it will still be humid, but at least we dry out fr -- dry out from the standpoint of a rain threat. from tuesday and into wednesday, something else coming our way. the seven-day forecast has rain chances coming our way. then again next weekend. temperatures will be at or just a bit below the average for the season. so we get a few dry days in
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here. >> retailers are worried that slop lifters will -- there are good deals for those who hit the stores before going pack to school. >> school hasn't even started yet, and already there is a test. but this time retailers are cramming for the pass or fail grade. back-to-school shopping is the second time -- second largest time of the retail shopping. >> we've been in a fashion recession for up to three years. >> clothing and electronics have been off for three months and un employment continues to climb. the national retail federation estimates consumers will spend on average $550 on back-to-school items.
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$50 less than last year. >> i'm just getting them a little less. i'm still shopping at the same places. maybe not buying as much. >> retailers are taking note of the frugal mind set. discount stores are slashing prices and focusing on the basics. >> staples equals everything on fwook school. >> and there is a new concern for retailers selling big-ticket items. college students living at home. up 20% from the last two years. >> the ones expected to be affected by that are home furnishings. if you are living with mom and dad, you don't need a microwave or new sheets. >> a course on how retail stalse sales could stack up heading into the holiday season. michelle franzen, wbal-tv news. >> several baltimore county students will have what they need for school. they have their annual
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back-to-school slam yesterday. they will have school apair. they got that too. >> i don't know whether the kids are excited to back to school. the paints are excited to get some back-to-school flizz. -- supplies. people have been financially challenged >> students participated in basketball. >> if you have an accident on a state road, you can get billed for thousands of dollars. >> the controversial crash tax coming up. >> first, last night's winning lottery numbers. good luck!
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or are you? introducing three of the most important things every home should have in an emergency -- a portable radio, a flashlight with batteries, and water. one gallon per person per day, for at least three days. the more prepared you are today, the less you'll have to worry about when an emergency occurs. radio, flashlight, water.
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a message from the baltimore metropolitan council and your local emergency responders.
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>> if you have an accident on a state road, the state could send you a bill for thousands of dollars. >> and if you think your insurance company will cover it, think again. the i-team exposes the controversial "crash tax." >> russell ford dreads his daily trek to the mail box. he's a diabetic. last year he passed out behind the wheel of a car, struck a utility pole, and came to a stop near some trees. while he wasn't physically injured, he's afraid of being financially hurt. >> i'm kerped about my credit rating. -- concerned about my credit rating. >> he was fined over $5,000 for
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the crash. >> i pay taxes. >> it is known as the crash tax. the state highway patrol is authorized to bill people if they are found to be at fall. the state has been doing it for years and sends out about 100 invoices per month. >> the insurance company refuses to pay the state for traffic control. he says his agent told him to avoid the invoices. >> they turned it over to a collection agency with interest, so now the charges are above $6,300. >> ford is disappointed with his insurance company. >> i had full coverage insurance, and i was surprised that insurance decided not to pay. >> why doesn't the insurance industry recognize this expense as legitimate and pay for it? >> the national association of mutual insurance companies. he says our tax dollars cover accident response. >> we view accident response
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fees as a form of double tax asian. >> but the state sees it another way. >> this isolated provision in state law entitles us and actually sets the expectation for us to be willing for these activities. >> state law does authorize the state highway administration to bill at-fault drivers, but we didn't find message of accident control. >> is this a matter of interpretation? >> it has actually been legal precedent set in some other states on this very issue. >> the state sebt us examples of legal precedence, but none appears to include what happens when there is no damage to the road. ford took these photos of his accident scene. he questions not only why he was billed, but the charges themselves. he was charged for the use of three dump trucks, a one-ton vehicle, an arrow board and playser. remember, this is a single car accident well off the highway. s.h.a. cent sent nine people to
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cover the accident. the ticket indicates it took seven hours because the hydraulics truck broke and they had to wait for another truck. >> this doesn't sound like it was padded? >> it is not padded. this is legitimate use of state resources. >> it don't take $100 to set up cones, in my opinion. >> state highway says the billing practice is the equivalent of someone running into private property and the owner expecting to be reimbursed. >> we are told we are on solid legal ground on this. >> last year about 2350 delinquent bills were -- 250 delinquent bills were deemed eligible for reporting. the state accepted tax returns to recoup from drivers. >> if i had to go to court, it
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will cost me $5,000 for reputation, so either way you look at it, i may be out of money if i do the right legal thing. >> they claim there is growing opposition. eight states have banned legislation. earlier this year louisiana banned -- passed a resolution banning the practice. >> the insurance industry says if they are forced to cover fees for road closure and traffic control, auto insurance rates will go up. >> are you planning a family vacation to disney? >> no. >> i'm not either. but if you're going -- >> that's right. will you will need extra dough for a visit with mickey and minnie. >> coming up in sports, we'll look at derrick mason and see if he managed to stay in shape
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during his brief rirme. plus michael phelps. someone angered him, and when yo
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>> the ravens said all the right things, kept their thoughts at a distance as far as derrick mason was concerned, but deep down they believed he would return. just give him space, and he'll come back. after 2 1/2 weeks, mason did just that showing up saturday saying he's ready to play football. mason will join later today and clearly he -- he will deliver his trademark decision giving newcomers something to think about. his defense is always a priority, and he has a unique reputation around the league. >> given the dunst to be around this defense as ever as i've been around baltimore, i know that this city, that's pretty much the -- what this city
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represents, when you go anywhere in the country, they ask you about the wire and the ravens' defense, so i'm part of them now. >> and no doubt happy to be part of the latter. half of that class wearing read. solo shot off hernandez. red sox up 1-0. aubri hill not able to -- aubry hill not able to answer. shut out. all of them. off hernandez. two wingse swings. it's the same play. and it's gone. four for four on the ninth. 2-0. i've been in this game too long. well done. top of six. still, marlt necessary in his red sox debut. austin just packed down a couple
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here and there. four runs were here and enough. 4-0 your final mple swimming. world championships in rome. michael phelps facing milorad cavic in the rematch of the 100. live from bay bay ying, kkcack won the first -- milorad cavic won the first one. michael phelps said i'm going to get you back. he said, i got you, and did so with the new world record despite wearing a quote, unquote, inferior swimsuit. >> what were you thinking? >> the only thing that does for me is fire me up. ive always welcomed those in the past and i always will welcome those in the present and the future. it does nothing but literally motivate me to no end, and i love it. >> swimmers have to learn around the world, do not anger michael
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phelps, he will only beat you worse. it's just that simple. that's a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. i'll see you back here at 6:00. >> 5:56 on tv hill. >> and he's angry. >> baltimore city police are investigating a shooting of one of their own. why answers say they were forced to shoot the suspect in the head. >> later we have one band of showers move through. the insta-weather plus details in the forecast coming up.
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>> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> i'm rob roblin. first let's take a look outside with john collins. >> take advantage of being outside today, because the threat of rain will be there. we have had one band of showers move through the area. a little rumble of thunder with it. now on our live h.d. doppler radar, you can see the shower activity that remains up there. it is up in cecil county just north of northeast. also a little shower activity up in the northern part of the county, and if i slide this west ward, brunswick, and winchester, you do see another storm. it is an indication of where we will be headed today. it will be humid and warm. the insta-weather plus forecast
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ahead. >> a big story this morning. police say an officer shot an attempted burglary suspect caught in the act. >> but it then takes a strange twist. >> police say it was after 4:30 a.m. when officers in the 4700 block noticed an alarm at shon's food market. a spokesperson investigated and -- a spokesperson says the officers investigated and found a person with a knife-life object. police fired one defensive shot striking the victim in the head. >> police officers arrived and assessed the injured suspect. >> they -- the e.m.s. workers investigated and assessed the person was expired.
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>> an e.m.s. unit had to come back again. >> after being observed moving or take tg a breath or a sigh, we're not sure, they return today location and treated the victim, and transported him to a nearby hospital. >> the suspect is said to be in critical condition. >> they haven't elaborated more at this point. >> melissa carlson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> homicide investigators are working a shooting. they got a call about a man shot several times in the back on ed monday son -- edmonson avenue. homicide detectives have been called in. no arrests made.
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>> city watch cameras are helping capture a 17-year-old shooting suspect. cameras caught a fight between two groups of boys. authorities say the 17-year-old suspect, oscar skinner, took out a knife and stabbed the victim in the chest. police say that's when skinner took off. fortunately cameras tracked his every move, and moments later he was arrested. skinner is charged as an adult with first-degree murder and weapons charges. >> a teenager who admitted to taking part in firing into a home will spend the rest of the summer in juvenile detension. he'll be forced to pay $1,800 in restitution. authorities say the teen admit today participation in the firepoeming of a piney orchard home back in june. no one was hurt. officials say that attack was retaliation for the killing of
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crofton teenager christopher jones. >> the u.s. house is headed home for the august recess, and the senate isn't far behind. lawmakers will try to extend the popular cash for clunkers program. meanwhile democrats and republicans are extending battle lines in the fight for health care. here's 11 news reporter brian mooar with the story from washington. >> if i want to know how tough times are, go to kansas city, kansas, where 3,000 people showed up for a school-supply get-away. or nashville where the local humane society is in such bad shape, it can't afford to take in anymore animals. president obama is hoping the latest economic numbers are reasons to be opt niftic. >> the economy has done better than expected. >> and he promises that will mean more jobs. >> what's that's when it will
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feel like recovery to the american people. >> the auto industry is enjoying an overnight boon, thanks to washington's cash for clunkers program. >> enjoy the vehicle. >> thank you. >> the sudden surge of customers caught congress off guard and the billion budget was blown in days. the house just voted to add $2 billion more, and the senate will try to seal the deal this coming week before heading home for the august recess. republicans are again asking whether the nation can afford the president's ambitious agenda. >> the democrats who control congress have been spending money and racking up debt at an unprecedented pace. >> g.o.p. lawmakers are homing hoping to win the fight by turning attention to the bottom line and taking the battle from capitol hill back to their home districts. >> brian mooar, wbal-tv 11 news. >> 6:05. a popular children's learning story on the recall list.
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>> plus we're week away into the city's new trash program changing trash pickup and recycling one day a week. it is apparently upsetting some residents. >> john has your insta-weather plus forecast after the break. stay with us.
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and water. one gallon per person per day, for at least three days. the more prepared you are today, the less you'll have to worry about when an emergency occurs. radio, flashlight, water. a message from the baltimore metropolitan council and your local emergency responders.
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>> we have had rain move through the city, and there is scattered rain in the area. let's look at our live h.d. doppler radar and give you an overview of what's going on just to help you focus on this map, here's baltimore itself. no rain going on right now. up in cecil county there is shower and thunderstorm activity. the thunder and lightning is in the northern part of cecil county north of 95. most of it is up in pennsylvania at this point. we also have some shower activity in northern baltimore county at this point. there is no lightning indicated right now there, but it might start developing because that cell is becoming more intense, and the strongest storm is anywhere nearby, it is out to our west, west of winchester and hagerstown. a line of showers and thunderstorms moving to the northeast. so you can see stuff peppered around this morning, but later we could see strong storms. here in the city, it is dry. mostly cloudy skies.
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71 at the airport. 74 at the inner harbor. humidity up, barometer down, and at the moment, the winds are calm. once again, a very tropical air mass. humidity is up. 72 salisbury. annapolis 77. dulles ampte 70. in the district, 72 at national. hagerstown 76. york checks in with 70. there is a stationary front or a boundary running right along the bay up through maryland. this is part of the trigger this morning for that storm activity. also it is along some of this more tropical moisture to sloo slip into the area. to complicate the situation, we have a front coming into the west. so the front coming in, the jet stream associated with that, the humid and tropical air coming up from the south. all of that is a again that we could see the kind of situation again on friday. and friday produced severe thunderstorms in a couple cases
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in frederick and carroll counties and also montgomery counties from a tornado activity. so today mostly cloudy skies. thunderstorms likely. 80 to 87 the temperature range. how close we get to 87 which is a typical high depends on how much sun can bleed through the clouds when it's not raining. the key here is thunderstorms are likely. winds become less at 5 to 10 miles an hour. because of a threat of heavy downpours of rain, we have a flood watch in effect in all these green counties. baltimore county and city. crarle. -- carroll. also out in pennsylvania, like in york county and adams county up to the north. here's our insta-weather futurecast. shows the rain chances increasing. a line of storms moving through the area this afternoon and this evening. tonight we dry out and humidity goes down a little bit. rain threat drops a little bit. looks like a relatively dry day. a chance for a rain-free
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situation there. even into tuesday. we start tuesday out all right, but there will be a line of storms out to the west. by tuesday rains increase. ocean city today thunderstorms are likely. same for tonight. tomorrow decreasing clouds. temperatures today and tomorrow for highs will be in the 80's. the insta-weather plus seven-day forecast. again, those rain chances again high. some of that weather could be severe. monday and tuesday, relatively rain free. then rain chances do go up by next weekend. we're talking about pesticides. in the chesapeake bay. we still don't know the effects of such pesticides. they say farming is responsible
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for most pesticide use, but lawns and golf courses are also sources, as are house hold items. the report is focusing the shift and focus to increase efforts to prevent pesticide pollution. >> when baltimore city started its one plus one trash program, everyone knew there would probably be rough spots. a weekly recycling pick-up was making some people unhappy. >> ache -- brenda says she doesn't generate a lot of trash. >> i'd rather have the two days trash pickup. >> have you started recycling? >> no. >> why not? >> what's the difference? i mean, i'm buying two trash ks.
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it's a waste of time for me. >> this man says he's frustrated with nonrecyclers because he's been doing it for years. >> you tried to be an example, didn't you? >> i tried. not doing any good. >> why won't they do it? >> you tell me and we'll both know. >> so far it just looks like most people are recycling. >> the department of public works says the new trash pick-up and recycling program is going well. although some people missed because people put the recycling in trash or put it out miss. >> we saw 400 misses for recycling last week. the second week we saw the same number. from mixed re 23678 fuse -- refuse, we had ai 40% decrease. >> tammy said she's skeptical about once-a-week trash
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pick-ups, but she's changing her tune. >> i think people with the trash building up too fast, so they are putting it in other place yefments i hope they are not putting it around my house. so far so good. >> if you don't know your recycling day, you can call 311, and you can get that information. but you should have gotten that information on a postcard sent out weeks ago. >> coming up, 911 calls that someone could be making from your phone. how to make sure it doesn't happen to you. >> saving money while shopping can be easier for you and your budget. details next in consumer alert. >> plus, in what might have been the shortest retirement in the nefment -- nfl.
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more in i'm donna, with a look at the past 24 hours on royal caribbean's liberty of the seas. chris and his dad vic took in the sights, at 400 feet above sea level. olive mae lewis checked one off her bucket list. water bike gangs roamed the high seas. and finally, carissa marasco did nothing at all. that's the news. i'm donna, cruising with royal caribbean, why aren't you?
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but i've got a warm, fresh baked strawberry toaster strudel. see the difference? mmmm. i do. (announcer) pillsbury toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat. kids are hungry after school. that's why i always have totino's pizza rolls. big pizza taste. in a bite size roll. kids can't resist their delicious pizza flavor. totino's pizza rolls. the pizza way to snack.
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>> the time now is 6:17. in this morning's "consumer alert" leapfrog is recalling about 20,000 my pal toy dogs. the paws on the toy can be removed and ingested by the child and can be a choking hazard. >> saving money might be easier. it's called shop savvy. use the camera on your phone to scan bar code of whatever you are thinking about buying. the program then searches for the prices at different stores. the information is sent back to your phone. >> you can find all the best prices on the internet and at nearby stores. >> we can tell you wal-mart sells it for cheaper and also
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where they have it in stock. >> the program also gives you directions to the store as well. the money-saving is free, which may be one reason it is catching on so fast. >> a new tax on fatty foods is being proposed by the urban institute. they say it is a way to curb the increasing rate of obesity in america. the obese -- when obesity rates climb, so does the cost of health care. by 201540% of american adults will be obese, which is double the rate from 40 years ago. critics say a proposed federal tax on fatty foods wouldn't be fair since nonobese people would have to pay up also. >> time for a look ahead at the weekend in wall street. cast cooze deborah kostroun has this report. >> the dow jones industrials wrapped up higher due to advances in the last session
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based on domestic product eased concern about the recession. we saw gains in the dow, s&p 500, and nasdaq. johnson & johnson may have to brush up on patent law. they allege j & j total care infridges its toletal brand of toothpaste. when johnson & johnson agreed to buy the listerine brand, they decide today keep that for themselves. >> restrictions on financial industry bonuses that passed in the house friday may be rejected by the senate and the obama administration which are reluctant to increase government's role in defining compensation. they fear it may give regulators too much say on incentive pay. >> and if you are looking to take advantage of the national program there week, you are in luck. the house approved an emergency
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measure to add $2 billion to the program after a burst of demand exhausted most of the initial $1 billion in less than a week. that's business with bloomberg on the weekend report. i'm deborah kostroun. >> if you want to experience the magic at walt disney world you will need a little more cash. they are raising ticket prices today. the ticket will increase from $75 to $79. one-day admission for children from $63 to $68. multi-day ticket packages are also going up. >> don't go away. we'll look at more ns you coming up.
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other oh, >> >> a baltimore woman accused of making dozens of phony 911 calls. turns out she was the victim of a prank that makes innocent people look guilty. mindy basara reports. >> this is operator 1307. your name? >> patricia morgan. >> what did you hear?
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>> i heard five gun shots. >> the voice claims to be patricia morgan. one day last march sle was stunned to find police officers at the door of her home. >> there were like five policemen at my home. one of them was carrying a shotgun saying i had made -- asking me why i had made a call saying there were gun shots being fired at a house on this street. i told him. i said, i didn't make any call. >> a police officer told pat her number came up in the caller i.d. at the 911 center. >> i was wondering what happened if someone was able to get into my phone. >> pats did a little digging, called verizon and told -- and was told that the number had been dialed from an l -- from a legal web site. you can plug in whatever number
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you want. when police got the 91 call, it appeared it came from her number. the fake calls kept coming. >> i was told there were as many as 12 to 15 calls a day on some days. >> and you can hear the frustration in the 911 operator's voice. >> what's your name? >> patricia morgan. >> what is your name? >> patricia morganful. >> yes. >> what are you reporting to us. >> gunfire. >> ok. you've called in numerous calls and all of them are false calls. >> and the police kept arriving at her door. they even threatened to rest her. >> the police were ready to take me out of here. >> it's very serious. in this particular case this
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woman could have been arrested for making false calls. >> this major from the baltimore city police says not only that, someone could get seriously hurt, even killed. >> an officer could go to a call for an armed person that's false, someone might make a furtive movement and end up getting shot. >> every time we have a siren that raises the potential for officers and motorists for accidents. >> i was afrid -- afraid someone was going to get hurt. i understand the helicopter was called out. i mean, i was just flabbergasted. >> after two months, the calls did eventually sfop. no charges have -- stopped. no charges were fired. in other cases, perpetrators were caught and got jail time. a washington state teenager got 30 days and a $1,000 fine. in washington state, a trio of spoofers were sentenced to 60
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months behind bars. >> truth in caller i.d. would make falsifying caller i.d. information illegal. right now it is in committee and similar bills in previous years never went anywhere. >> naturally pat supports such legislation. and even though her ordeal appears to be over, the experience has left her shaken. for the i-team, i'm mindy basara. >> now verizon says caller i.d. spoofing is an issue they take seriously and work with law enforcement when appropriate. they say it is also used by unscrupulous marketing firms to avoid do not call regulations. >> coming up, we'll take a look at our top stofferies -- stories. >> headaches at laguardia airport. peel tell -- we'll tell you what happened when
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>> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." thanks for being with us. >> did you say something about rain? >> yes, rain. >> our top stories shortly, but john is here with a look outside. >> and rain is here. we've already had some this morning. yesterday around laurel they got
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really hit with an isolated thunderstorm that just kind of sat there and produced in excess of three inches of rain. they were the only folks to get it. this morning we are setting ourselves up for a more general reign rainfall across the area. yesterday was slithe spotted. cecil county got some stuff, too. that was it. this morning, one area of showers has moved through the city, and up into cecil county, and that has moved off to the northeast. here's baltimore on this. i'll circle it here. and here's the rain that just moved out of cecil county. a little bit of a shower moving out of baltimore harford county moving up into pennsylvania, and then just to the southwest of hagerstown we have a concentration of thunderstorms that will be moving into pennsylvania. in the next hour or so. it's just a -- an indication there will be a lot of rain out
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there. strong thunderstorms are possible. details coming up. >> this morning the national weather service has confirmed that a tornado did in fact touchdown in frederick and carroll counties. yesterday's twister was an ef-0, while that's the lowest classification for a tornado, it sustained winds up to 80 and was 100 miles long. it left snapped homes and trees. three homes in the line of the storm were condemned. >> a plastic chair that was inside the garage actually came through one of the -- that front window there to the left. it came through and on to our front yard. so the winds were swirling around in there. >> renovations are necessary on the home. they say rebuilding would take at least six months. >> baltimore city police are investigating a shooting involving one of their own. it happened around 4:30 saturday morning in the 4700 block of garrison boulevard. authorities say officers on routine patrol heard an alarm
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sounding at shon's food market and went to investigate. once there, officers realized they were in the midst of an attempted burglary. >> upon entering the convenience store a suspect lunged at police. police officers fired one defensive shot striking the consensus speck in the head. >> that object turned out to be what's described as a long screw driver. the suspect remains listed in critical condition. >> also in the city, the police are investigating a deadly shooting in west baltimore just before 3:00 ye yesterday morning. authorities found a man who had been shot. he was pronounced dead at the scene. investigators want to hear from anyone who has information about the shooting. >> a fake bomb caused a square at new york's laguardia. that caused the airport to shut down for hours.
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>> chaos at laguardia this morning. police evacuated passengers through various terminals and grounded flights in and out of the airport. >> we have no idea what's going on. >> it started around 5:00 a.m. when an agent noticed a man who was intoxicated. he was carrying what police described as a fake bomb -- a bomb with wires and batteries taped together. port authority started a bomb sweep. it caused traffic delays while passengers lined streets around the airport. >> i called to find out my flight is canceled. >> several flights were canceled, others were delayed 50 minutes to do two hours. several passengers tried getting back into the terminal, afraid they would miss their flight. planes started taking off around 10:00 a.m. when officials say
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the situation was under control. >> sure i'm upset. i wanted to be in mexico drinking margueritias this morning. >> the man identified at the center was scott mccann, a momeless man who had been -- a homeless man who had been living on the streets for a yearm he got a ticket where he wanted to mea meet family members. >> a visit from tyler marrow. he received a bone marrow transplant from kaplan. after an extensive search, kaplan was a perfect match. >> nice to see smn someone recover from something as dramatic as bone marrow cancer. nice to see the system worked. >> i was excited to see him.
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after 10 years. i'm very thankful. >> tyler says he now has kaplan traits, including a liking for spicy foods. the two plan to spend time getting to know each other during the visit. beautiful story. >> baltimore county is making an appeal to parents -- get your children registered now for school. >> what school officials say parents should bring with them. >> plus we'll tell you about a new program trying to ed calte indicate kids about the real dangers of lightning. >> the insta-weather plus forecast for rain just ahead.
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>> this morning we've had a little thundershower move across the area. one band of thundershowers has moved across the area and has now moved out of cecil county and is around the wilmington and philadelphia area. one isolated cell right over the baltimore county, harford county, and pennsylvania-men maryland line moving up into parts of southeastern york county. then we have just to the east of hagerstown a cluster of thunderstorms all moving to the northeast. let's show you the wider view and put all this in motion. you'll get a sense of what's happening today. that's whalingts coming today. that's your sunday. yesterday there was some rain. it did develop. we didn't think we'd see much, if any at all, and it did develop, at least for folks done around the laurel area in excess of three inches rain fall just in that area. everybody else had partly cloudy skies. this morning it is partly cloudy. the humidity is up this morning.
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it is humid yesterday, but it is more so this morning, and it will continue that way today. 71 at the airport. 74 at the inner harbor. these are the morning lows so far, and i think that's about where they are going to sit. when you start out in the 70's, it is going to be a really muggy day. thank goodness we won't see that much sunshine. the humidity is up, the barometer is down, and if there is a predominant breeze today it will be from the south pumping in all that moisture. yesterday it only made it into the mid 80's for highs. we could call it partly cloudy. the airport and inner harbor made it to 85. even though there was in excess of 3 inches of rain, it was not long lived. those were the only areas. that cluster from the city southward then up in cecil county. everybody had a dry but humid day yesterday. this morning again starting out in the 70's.
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72 salisbury. easton 73. annapolis 75. westminister 73. frederick. york checks in at 70. here's this kind of a stalled front sitting over us. that's been the trigger for some of this activity we see off to the northeast of us. then storms lined up along the front in west virginia. to complicate things we have a front coming in out of the great lakes, and that will bump into all in tropical moisture being pushed up into the area. the combination is just asking for some rain. and maybe some severe weather. slight risk for severe storms from the mid-atlantic down to the carolinas today. the biggest threat will be for wind, possibly tornado activity. so stay tuned, as they say. mostly cloudy today. thunderstorms likely. 80 to 87 the temperature range. winds becoming resterly at 5 to 10 miles per hour. boaters can expect winds to become variable, but reducing a bit in the afternoon.
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thunderstorms might be stronger, but in general, the one-foot chop on the open waters of the bay. thunderstorms move through, and then we dry out. the rain chance goes down. we have another rain chance coming in late tuesday and into wednesday. here's the seven-day forecast. 84 today. temperature goes up a bit monday and tuesday because we'll see more sun. and then a few isolated showers possibly wednesday. so today is the highest threat for rain. we've taken a bit of a hit on wednesday, and rain chances go up a bit next saturday as well. >> when thunder roars, go in doors. that's the message in -- from the new program in howard county that warns people about the real danger of lightning. for the first time in the country howard county has teamed up with a national weather service with a new campaign called "when thunder roars, go in doors." >> 8990% of the time, thunder
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precedes lightning. so our message sod is, when thunder roars, go indoors. that is now the policy at the recreation and parks. the columbia association, which is a major group here in howard county. the school system. >> howard county will be posting signs like this throuth throughout the area warning people to be aware that when they hear thunder, that means lightning is near. >> the louder the thunder, that's maybe the signal so get inside. but that first signature, that first warning that anything is happening, especially if you are not facing the storm, is it that thupped err -- thunder bolt. and you may need to be aware you need to take immediate action. >> in maryland there are over 38,000 lightning strikes each year. nationwide 62,000 people are struck and killed each year. >> 60 to 80 will be killed and hundreds more will be seriously injured. it is something very serious. people should not be complacent
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thinking it should not happen to them. don't take the restriction. it is simple. when you hear the thunder, go inside. >> when you are oud doors and hear thunder, going in doors might save your life. >> every year 60 to 80 people are killed nationwide by lightning strikes. it is a good program. >> you have been close to that. >> i have been close to being struck. i was playing basketball 20 or 30 years ago, and it went right over my head, my hair stood straight up. i was so scared! it was very frightening. >> we'll listen to you. >> yes, ma'am. baltimore is in bk-to-school mode, and the parents have home worge work to do. >> nix, shots they say your children should get before they enter the classrooms in the
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>> when registering kids, parents need to bring children's
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birth certificates. the county also wants parents to take care of all residency issues right now to avoid first-day-of school panic. >> we want to make sure everybody is where they need to be on that first debate. this is our way of supporting the schools. to make sure they have all the students who are in their schools who are attending that attendance area and where they need to be. >> to find out where baltimore county vifflets log ton 0 wbaltv.com and click on "education." >> state and local ealt health officials are urging parents to check their imization record, and the timing is no coincidence, since most schools open in about a month. tim tooten has that story. >> health officials and educators are joining forces to persuade more parents to take time for student imization records.
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>> students who show up for school will be turned away that first day of class. >> monica has firsthand spernings. that's why she brought her daughter hope to caroline street so get the rest of her shots. >> i haven't been able to sign her up yet, because she doesn't have her shots. i brought her down here a month and a half ago. >> local school systems will be the first to tell you, they are making progress. even so, health officials say in light of yearly imization changes, there is more to be done. >> 12th graders are required to be fully up to date on hepatitis b and chicken pox shots. in prior years we have pulled into compliance the rest of the kids, and this really is the wrap up up for those two shots. >> and the reason the h1n1 scare has put health officials on alert is because of the way it
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could affect children. >> we want to make the public aware, educate, communicate to the public the importance of getting imizations. in times like this we have an epidemic which is now considered a pandemic in the world. >> local health departmentses and school nurses say they are willing to work with parents too make sure student records are up to date. >> tim tooten, wbal-tv 11 news. >> for more information go to wbaltv.com and click on "education." >> and stay with us. more news is coming up. >> hi. i'm pete gilbert. we'll look at derrick mason and see if he managed to stay in shape during his brief retirement. plus michael phelps. omeone angered him.
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>> the ravens said all the right things. kept their thoughts at a distance as far as derrick mason was concerned. deep down they believed he would return. after 2 1/2 weeks mason did just that showing up saturday at westminister saying he's ready to play football. they took the field for an
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afternoon practice. mason will join them later today. clearly, he won't be eating jelly doughnuts while contemplating his future. he was giving the newcomer dominick foxworth a run. he has a unique opportunity. >> being around the defense i know that this city, this is pretty much when what this city represents, when you go anywhere in the country, they ask about the wire and the ravens' defense. i'm part of one of them now, so it feels good. >> and i'm sure happy to be part of the latter. the oriolesors in front of a packed house in camden yards. about half that packed house wearing red. a solo shot. red sox up 1-0.
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aubri huff. seven innings shutout. all of them. all for hernandez. two swings. it is the same play, and it is gone. 4-4 on the night. 2-0. mora. no one let's you get away with that. well done. still, martinez in his red sox debut. alston just packed on a couple here and there. 4-0 your final. >> swimming. world championships in rome. michael phelps facing milorad cavic in a rematch of the 100 live from beijing -- milorad cavic, i think, won the first one. michael phelps said i'm going to
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get you. in fact, he got a new world record in spite wearing a "quote, unquote, inferior swimsuit. after ward, he said it was motivation. >> the only thing that does for me is fire me up. i have always welcomed those in the past and in the present and future. it does nothing but motivate me, and i love it. >> swimmers have to learn around the world, do not anger michael phelps. he will only beat you worse. it is just that simple. that's a look at sports. i'm adrian gilliam. i'll see you back here -- i'm pete gilbert. see you back here tonight at 6:00. >> h1n1 vaccine in a matter of weeks. who will be the first to get it? plus our health expert weighs in at 7: 18. >> plus ideas on how to keep the
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little ones busy. >> and at 7:42 a legal expert weighs in on city hall leaders. they have alzheimer's and heart disease, diabetes and cancer, and they've heard that biomedical research offers hope -- that it could control, maybe even cure, their disease. senator barbara mikulski understands the importance of innovative biomedical research for patients, their families, and our economy here in maryland. call senator mikulski today. tell her thanks for protecting the promise of biomedical research and the maryland jobs it provides. it's not just the future. it's life.
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>> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm rob roblin in for kate amara. let's look outside first with
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john collins. >> good morning. a few isolated storms yesterday around laurel. this morning we have had showers move through the area. a much wetter forecast today than yesterday. most of the area yesterday was rain-free. today that won't be the case. today a lot of clouds. only a little bit of sun poking through. i haven't set on the wide view. just to give you an idea of the extended rain coming our way. let me focus on baltimore here. here's baltimore. we've had one area of showers move through this morning. that's up through pennsylvania and new jersey. there's a lot more moisture to the west of us. you go out this morning, it is much more humid this morning than it was yesterday. and the temperatures are in the 70's right now. we are starting the day in the 70's, not even in the 60's. so it is a formula for rain. details coming up. >> a bizarre investigation out of baltimore city. police say an officer shot an attempted burglary suspect caught in the act. >> but the story takes a strange
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twist. melissa carlson explains. >> police say it was just after 4:30 a.m. when officers in the area of the 4700 block of garrison boulevard noticed an alarm at shon's food market. a spokesperson said officers investigated the area and found an alleged burglary in progress. >> on entering the convenience store, a suspect who was wearing a mask lunged at police with a knife-life object. police fired one defensive shot striking the suspect in the head. >> a baltimore city e.m.s. unit arrived and assessed the suspect. >> paramedicics were -- determined this patient was dead on the scene. >> the e.m.s. then left. some 30 to 40 minutes later, the same unit from the earlier call had to come back again. >> after being observed moving or taking a breath or a sigh or
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something, they returned to that location, treated the victim, and transported him to a nearby hospital. >> the suspect is in critical condition. >> there is an investigation underway. there are a lot of details we need to gather to even elaborate beyond this point. >> melissa carlson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> meanwhile, in west baltimore homicide investigators are working a shooting there. shortly after 4:00 saturday afternoon, they got a call from a man shot seven times in the back. the victim was rushed to the hospital. there is no word on his condition, but due to the seriousness of his wounds, homicide detectives were called in. no arrests have been made. >> also police are crediting city watch cameras with helping them catch a suspect. they were watching two groups of boys with the camera.
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a 17-year-old suspect took out a knife and stabbed a man in the arrest. moments later skinner was arrested and charged with assault and weapons charges. >> a teenager charged with firebombing a home will spend the rest of the summer in juvenile detension. the anne arundel court ordered him to be held into the -- in the west children's center until august 12. authorities say the teen admitted to participating in a firebombing in a piney branch home in june. authorities say that firebombing was retaliation for the killing of christopher jones. >> a 13-year-old teenager is lucky to be alive after driving his father's car off a parking
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garage. what saved him was the car he hit below. >> what this man saw here at richfield and walnut was unbelievable. this dodge had landed on top of his toyota. investigators say the crash happened at about 8:00. >> the young man is in the turf club with his family. he comes out. somehow he gets his father's keys. starts fooling around. turns it on. puts it in gear. loses control of the vehicle. the vehicle comes off the roof of the garage, four floors, and landed on richfield street, front-end first. when he lands, the vehicle then is cushioned by another parked vehicle that's destroyed. >> he was not in a position to speak. i mean, he look -- [unintelligible] >> he says he pulled a stunned 13-year-old driver out of the vehicle. everyone says the unidentified juvenile is lucky to be alive.
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>> luckily nobody was on the street, nobody was inside the truck. >> if it wasn't for the cushioning of the vehicle, the -- he probably would have been crushed inside the car. >> so far no charges have been filed in that case. >> the u.s. house is heading home for the august recess, and the senate isn't far behind. lawmakers tried to extend the cash for clunkers program. meanwhile, democrats and republicans are drawing battle lines in the fight for health care and how to get the economy moving again. here's brian mooar with the story from washington. >> if you want to know how tough times are, go to kansas city, kansas, where 3,000 people showed up for a school supply give-away. or nashville where the local humane society is in such bad shape it can't afford to take in
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anymore animals. president obama is hoping the latest economic numbers are a reason to be optimistic. >> in the last few months the economy has done measureably better than expected. >> and he promises that will eventually mean more jobs. >> that's when it will feel like recovery to the american people. >> the auto industry is enjoying washington's cash-for-clunkers program. the sudden surge for customers caught congress off guard and the billion dollar budget was blown in days. the house just voted to add $2 billion more and the senate will try to seal the deal this week before heading home for the august recess. republicans are again asking whether the nation can afford the president's ambitious agenda. >> the democrats who control congress have been spending money and racking up debt at an
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unprecedented pace. >> g.o.p. members are hoping to take the battle from capitol hill back to their home districts. brian mooar, wbal-tv 11 news. >> if you don't want to hear the phrase "are we there yet?" uttered again and again, you better pack martyr. -- pack smarter. >> we'll have travel games that can keep your kids busy. >> health officials decided who should be first priority for the swine flu vaccine. that's ahead in "medical alert. " >> first, john has your insta-weather plus forecast after the break. after the break. stay w
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or are you? introducing three of the most important things every home should have in an emergency -- a portable radio, a flashlight with batteries, and water. one gallon per person per day, for at least three days. the more prepared you are today, the less you'll have to worry about when an emergency occurs. radio, flashlight, water. a message from the baltimore metropolitan council
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and your local emergency responders.
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>> we had some isolated storms yesterday, and it looks like it will be a much busier day today. the humidity is up. it was steamy this morning. we have already had some rain. on our live h.d. doppler radar i'll highlight where we are in the baltimore area. you may not be in baltimore, but it at least gives you a little focus on the map. one area of storms moves up over philadelphia. it was over the city a couple hours ago. now we see a cluster of storms between frederick and hagerstown.
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that cluster will be moving up into pennsylvania. it will be in adams and york counties. you see that rain in west virginia? that's just a sign of the moisture that's drifting in this direction. a front is coming our way. the air is much more humid. today rain chances are way, way up. let's look outside right now. here in town, it looks fine. 71 at the airport. 74 at the inner harbor. humidity is up, the and the barometer is down. if we have a breeze today, it will be a more southerly breeze. it is 76 at annapolis. 74 downtown. hagerstown is 74. again, right now they have thunderstorms between frederick and hagerstown in progress. here's the culprit. there is this stalled front
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reaching out over the bay and then complicating the issue, a weak cold front approaching from the midwest. here's a jet stream inrolved here. the difference in the tropical moisture could combine for sploseyiffer -- explosive weather this afternoon. earlier that resulted in weak tornadoes outside baltimore. new england, the chesapeake bay region and into the coastal areas rains. primary theat in our area -- threat in our area, a tornado or two. that's not the biggest part of the threat, but it is possible. a chance for thunderstorms. winds and thunderstorms are a chance. we will probably fall short of 87, but we'll be in that range
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somewhere. there is, starting at 2 clock, a flash flood watch in effect. that's because of the heavy rain potential in our area. and here's that rain chance moving through this afternoon and this evening. then it will dry out. it becomes minimal. then tuesday also looks minimal. but by tuesday into wednesday, the next system comes in so the rain chances go up. ocean city's forecast, pretty good. monday things start to dry out. highs will be in the 80's today and tomorrow. here is our insta-weather plus forecast. again today, the highest chance of rain of the next seven days. then the rain chances go down on monday and tuesday. up a bit on wednesday, and then again on saturday. >> whether you are flying or driving, you want to bring along a few toys to keep your kids busy. >> first, a medical alert as we
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face the swine flu threat and officials say which group will be first to receive the swine flu vaccine. >> and up next, a look at council members. stay with us.
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>> in this morning's "medical alert" the swine flu vaccine will not be available before kids go back to school. the centers for disease control decided who will get that vaccine first when it becomes available. >> with limited h1n1 vaccine available this fall, the c.d.c. has those targeted who get to go to the front of the line -- pregnant women, care gavers for
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infants under six months, and elderly people at high risk for complications. all groups affected more severely than the general population. >> they are looking at those groups where the virus is causing the most damage. the government hopes the first doses are available for those groups by october. the doctors recognize the fact the recommendations play have to be refined as they see how much vaccine can actually be manufactured by then. >> everybody has been working day and night. as i like to say, the lights are on in the laboratories at night making this vaccine and valuating it. >> katrina macintosh loost her -- lost her son and daughter, just 19 and 26 this month. >> i never dreamed this would happen. >> one family's heartbreak is a warning to all that the outbreak
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continues. even as researchers scramble to get out life-saving vaccine. and h1n1 isn't the only flu threat this year. there is still the regular seasonal vaccine which should be available to everyone and more important to get this year with two flu strains taking aim. wbal-tv 11 news. >> joining us now is howard county's health officer. thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having me. first -- >> first of all, don't freak out, right? >> absolutely not. every year the average flu kills 36,000 americans. mostly people that have other conditions, but as in the case last year here, a 15-year-old who didn't have other conditions.
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seasonal flu, the regular flue vaccine will be available in september. we'll have another drive-through flu clinic in howard county for free for our residents. the most important group to get vaccinate thrd are seniors and those who have chronic health conditions, heart disease, lung disease, et cetera. for the h1n1 vaccine, which is also called swine flu, that will become available probably in late october in smallish amounts, so the c.d.c. has set priority groups. the first priority groups are pregnant women, because they have been shown to have more complications from this type of virus, then anyone who takes care of infants, because infants under six months cannot be vaccinated. so that means daycare workers, moms, dads, et cetera. then health care workers, we don't want them terribly sick, and then 5 to 24-year-olds
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because young people tend to be most affected by this condition. then 24 to 65-year-olds, and finally 65 and older. this is for h1n1. so it is the reverse of the usual flu season. >> and you are saying that 65 and older you would do them last? >> they are the last because the evidence has shown in the last several months that we've had h1n1 out there that they are the least affected, and part of that may be that there is mild immunity to h1n1 from being exposed to some of the strain 20, 40, 60 years ago. >> not only do you want to make sure the vaccine when it is available, but you want to still get the regular seasonal flu. >> absolutely you want to get the seasonal flu vaccine. that is the seventh largest killer in the states year after year after year. you do not get sick from the flu vaccine. it is proteins, not the actual virus. there is no reason for people
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not to get the regular flu vaccine. >> you think you had it? >> i think i had it. i know my daughter had it. it is circulating. 95% of the cases in the baltimore area are h1n1. right now it is not terribly dangerous, but it is important to keep people vaccinated. >> and this business of putting on masks, i mean, parents don't need to go out and buy masks? that's not going to help? >> absolutely not. the simplest thing to do is follow normal hygiene, wash your hands with regular soap and water, and if you are going to cough and sneeze do what my 6-year-old does and cough into the -- into your arm. >> and if you are sick? >> stay home! >> thank you for being here. >> thank you for
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>> welcome back. traveling kids can be interesting, shall we say. it can be made more interesting by traveling with toys and games. and we have a representative from toys r us with toys and games. >> why don't we start down here. the first thing we have here is the -- is freddie the fire fly. it is made to attach to the car
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seat. . it has the crinkle in there. it has the peek-a-boo mirror. the clicking rings. >> i have an 8-year-old grandson. little robby will like this. >> ok. a little older. we have ages around 2 to 4. it is a device that looks kind of like a chick. it helps them read. there are different books. it does come with a book. now you see the blinking lights. then he has a scanner on the bottom of him, and you can put it over the words of the bage page of the book -- >> i am the sun, and i shine on everyone! >> touch different parts of the book. >> ♪ plays in the sun,
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a lion yes that's the one ♪ >> this is great! >> if i were an elephant, i would trumpet far and wide! >> this is the best. and i've never seen anything like this. >> they have additional books you can get -- curious george, backyardigans, pooh. it will automatically shut off if the child doesn't use it for a while. >> on to a little bit older group. we have the board games that are full size, you can get them in travel size. we have the connect four, we have the travel trouble, where you move the pieces. >> i like this one. >> hungry, hungry hip owes. >> we've got the sky ball. you don't want these yt car --
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these in the car -- bang! >> this has pressurized air in it, so if you bounce it, it has the ability to go 75 feet in the air. >> don't want to do that -- break all the lights -- >> and then we'll be in big trouble. >> and enthen -- and then of course, we're running out of time. ♪ [laughing] >> new toys for kids. be quiet, lisa. >> the one thing we have here, the nintendo d.s.i.. you can download with the s.d. card. it has a built-in microphone. again with the s.d. card, you can download -- >> and you have a hoolah-hoop. and this is the best.
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>> the time is 7:26. let's look at our top stories. stay with us.
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thanks for being with us. >> our top stories in a mome. first john is here with a look outside. i have to say, stay away from
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the guitar. >> i should have a long time ago. >> you can sing. i'll give you that. >> speaking of moys, there was a little thunder and lightning near the city yesterday. we are apt to see a lot more of it today. rain was not in the forecast yesterday, but some isolated stuff did crop up. down southwest of baltimore over laurel. here's what the radar looked like. this is the 3:00 hour. this is about 3:00 or so. i will advance this just a little bit. this cell sat there and kept developing and eventually 3 to 4 inches of rain was measured over the laurel area. by 5:00 it started to move out of the picture.
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we had thuppeder showers earlier -- thundershowers earlier this morning. thunderstorms north of frederick. a lot more out in northern west virginia and maryland. today could be an active day rain-wise. forecast details coming up. >> this morning the national weather service confirms a tornado cutched down in baltimore county -- touched down in baltimore county. it sustained winds up to 80 miles an hour and was 100 miles wide and a mile long. if left a trail of snapped trees and homes. three homes were condemned. >> a plastic chair inside the garage actually came through that front window over there, it came through and on to our front yard. >> renovations are necessary on
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that home. we're told the rebuilding will take at least six months. >> baltimore city police investigating a shooting involving one of their own that happened around 4:30 on garrison boulevard. police heard an alarm sounding at shon's food market. whether they got there, officers realized they were in the midst of an attempted burglary. >> upon entering the convenience store, a suspect wearing a mask lunged at officers. >> that 0 be turned -- object turned out to be a screw driver. >> he was shot in the head. >> he is in critical condition. >> authorities were called to the 1900 block of west lafayette avenue. police found a man who had been shot and was dead at the scene. police want information from anyone who has -- want to hear
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from anyone who has information about the shooting. >> now 11 sports. >> ravens said all the right things. they kept their thoughts at a distance as far as derrick mason was concerned. deep down they believed he would return. after 2 1/2 weeks, he did just that. he showed up saturday saying he is ready to play football. he met with teammates following a conditioning test. mason will join them later today. clearly he wasn't eating jelly doughnuts while contemplating his future. he is giving dominique foxworth lessons from which to learn. he has a unique reputation around the league. >> given the opportunity to be around this defense as much as i've been around baltimore i know that this city -- that's
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what this city represents. when you go anywhere in the country, they ask you about the wire and the ravens' defense. i'm part of one of them now, so that feels good. >> the orioles quinde kind of a packed house -- kind of a packed house last night. dustin making them cheer. stop in the first. red sox up 1-0. huff not able to answer. second. seven innings. shutout. all of them. off hernandez. two swings. it's the same play. it's gone. he goes 4-4 on the night. melvin has been in this game too long to hp you get away with that -- to let you get away with that. alston packed on a couple here
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and there. four runs were more than enough as they beat the birds 4-0. >> swimming. world championships in rome. michael phelps facing milorad cavic. milorad cavic won in bay -- i think he won the firs one. michael phelps said, no, i got you. in fact, michael phelps set a new world record despite wearing a quote, unquote, inferior swimsuit. >> the only thing that does for me is fire me up. i've always welcomed those in the past, and i will always welcome that in the present and the future. it does nothing but motivate me to no end, and i love it. >> swimmers have to learn around the world, do not anger michael phelps, he will only beat you
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worse. it's just that simple. that's a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. i'll see you back here tonight at 6:00. >> stay tuned. more news coming up. >> and our legal expert joins us with insight into council members' legal cases.
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>> i've been talking about that cluster of thorls out west of us between frederick and hagerstown. the weather service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for that area. here you see on the radar, the prithe bright red shadings from emmitsburg southward. that's the core of the thunderstorm. a thunderstorm warning is in effect for northern carroll county, northern frederick county, and neeflt washington county until 8:30 this morning. it's a slow mover, so a lot of
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rain, possible hail, and lightning associated with this. it is moving to the northeast. not real quickly. it's moving at about 30 miles an hour. northern carroll county, northern frederick county. severe thunderstorm warning. you can see the core of the activity going on with that storm. it is already in southern adams county. that warning is in effect for pen not. let's look athe -- at the situation outside. we have had rain chances increasing during the day today. inner harbor 74. 96% the humidity. 96% the humidity. at the moment, the winds are calm. if we have a breeze today, it will be a primarily sutherly to
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southwesterly -- southerly to soututhesterly wind. gaithersburg 70. a lot of rain up here. hagerstown is 74 degrees. the core of the activity is situated around this stationary front. a lot of tropical moisture being drawn into this area. a cool front pushing into the west. not a strong front, but a jet stream is associated with it. tropical moisture. a front coming in with the jet stream. it is a similar situation to friday. friday produced two weak tornadoes west of the city. so this is something we'll have to be watching for during the day today. our plus pluts forecast calls for a slight risk for severe storms for new england across the chesapeake bay region from baltimore eastward into the coastal carolina areas. a tornado could spin up there.
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a similar situation to friday. thunderstorms likely. that means we're giving it a ioetter than 50% chance. 80 to 87 the temperature range. most readings will fall short of that and possibly be closer to 80 or so. flood watches in effect starting at 2:00. counties in maryland include the city, baltimore county, howard county, montgomery, and p.g. county. that will be in effect tonight where we expect some heavy rains. here we see the insta-weather futurecast showing these thunderstorms coming through the evening hours. then we dry out. monday and tuesday the rain chance is relatively low, but by tuesday into wednesday another front coming in so the rain chances go up once again. ocean city chances. tomorrow rain chances diminish. highs today and tomorrow. our forecast, again, rain
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chances the highest in the sex seven days today. -- highest in the next seven days today. your golf game may be interrupted by more rain. >> a man care ding what was a fake bomb caused a scare at laguardia airport. it caused the main terminal to be shut down for hours causing dozens of slight -- flight terminations and delays. >> chaos at laguardia this morning. police evacuated various terminals. >> we have no idea what's going on. >> it haing.ened aroundgioe:00 when a united nations ticket -- when a ticket agent discovered a man who appeared to be intoxicated. >> we heard "bopfa scare." >> the port authority police
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evacuated the term demal. -- terminaterm ng.assengers lined streets. >> i just called to hear my flight was canceled. >> several were canceled. others were delayed 50 minutes to two hours. planes started taking off around 10:00 a.m. when officssols said the situation was under control. >> sure i'm upset. i wanted to be in me inco evenrinking mar6 c13 leritssos this morning. >> the man athe center of the chaos has been identif:00.d as scott mccain. a homeless man who had been living on the streets of new york for a year. he had a ticket to chicago where he was to meet family members. >> stay with us. much more ns ms is coming up. >> and a look at last night's winning lottery numbers. the distance from the field to your table just got shorter.
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>> welcome back. last week we saw a new indictment against mayor sheila dixon, councilwoman helen holton is in the hotseat, and john ng.aterakis is charged with conspiracy in the case related to holtoo u joining me with analysis of the cases is attorney kinser. thank you for being here. >> thante you for having me. >> let's start first with the ieyor's case. she had some of those charges
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dismissed. now there is a ns m indicekent. what is that about? >> it basically sorts out the allegations with regard to evenates, times, places reg gift guards and gifts given mrectly oncuarious trips. >> so in this is developer ronald litchcomb who agreed to cooperate with the prosecution. >> is this based on what he's been telling us? >> presumely. he was charged with bribery and conspirahn, and pursuant to his plea he's obligated to testify. my assumption is ththe to tribute the ns m inforietion to him. >> there wasn't a lot of ns m i6 c13 morietion in there. does that help the defense in some waythis b
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>> it does. it gives the defense more insight if they are going to go to trial. >> and this is to delay the trial that was supposed to take place in septepfaer? >> certainly. the new trial gives the mayor the right to rev:00.w additiona discovery. so i doubt the september trial evenate will stand. it will probably take the case into at least december before the -- for the n hit trssol dat >> councilwoman holton had her case dismissed and now there is a new indicekent? >> the case was dismissed with mce.eju the dismissal d helsnnf preclud recharging. it was a disiest misal based on legislative immunity. they were saying the councilwoiencuoted a certain way evenuring meetings ou and yt permitted under the maryland constitution to use a pe malic
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official's voting record as evidence in a case. >> there was some conspirahn to get this poll done and get money from jlton jlterakis and holto to pay for this poll. now john paterakis is drawn into i hit >> it must be. the charges against mr. lipscomb is that he financed a $ial0,dg0 ng.oll on behalf of the councilwoman. now we have charges a, per he ãjlgreed to cooperate. there is a clarge against mr. jlterakis. >> what kind of weight d hels tt add to the picture of all of these folks? >> any time a witness is testifying pursuant to a plea deal, ththe that he was initially facing a charge that carried a minimiga f two years, maximiga of 12 years incarceration, that is, bribery. by entering the plea he's
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ãjlyou aided the bribee d charg the mandatory minimum two. so he's r jlteyion,ng something value and had incentive to give the state what it needed, would be the defense's argigaent. >> so it comes county to -- comes down to whether he is deemed cremble? >> that's correct. >> what's n hit for each of the? >> next there will be a continuation of discovery in the case. as i saiory there will likely b a rescheduling of the trial dates from september until late novepfaer, early december would be my best guess in baltimore city. at that time, who knows? that's up to the defense lawyers ãjlnd the proseng ptor in the c my best guess is these matters will go to trial. >> and the possibility that we'll see more indictments? >> there is a possaciility. although i think that after a three-year investigation and then the deal with m. n lipscomb,
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i would hope the state that is laid out everything it has at this point. >> there is continuing coverage on the i> thestigation at our w site at wbaltv.com. there you can read details on das m indicekents against mayor sheila dixon, helen holton, and jon r paterakis. om and click on "politics. " >> donnf go away. "sunday brunch" is up next. you are watching "11 news s it's a revolution in pain relief. (announcer) new icy hot medicated roll. for wherever you hurt. icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away. the new icy hot medicated roll. with the roll, pain's under control.
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>> welcome back. lester holt jrelns us live witha preview of what's coming up. good morning, lester. >> good mornin7 c lisa. this morning we have breaking das ms. w ter 20 years, the mystee d ofa navy pilot who disappeared after the first -- during the f onst 6 c13 llf war has been solved. >> plus a new look at the room where michael jac, peon d:00.d. >> also, swimmer michael phelps back in the pool against his
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trash-talking rival. we'll show you the dramatic finish to that rematch. >> then we tll meet another swimmer, this one suddenly ng.aralyzed who is breaking records ou too. >> a couple college kids on a mission to make america smile. ãjlll that and more when we see you a bit later on "today." back now to you in baltimore. >> good morning, everyone. the best part of the morning. it is "sunday brunch." with me is chef christian galise from the hilton hotel here in baltimore. good morning. boy, looks good. talk about what you are cooking? >> this is a covina. which is local fish. we get that right outside ocean city. at the restaurant we serve a lot of local products ou seafood especially. >> so you are cooking this with oil is it
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>> right, olive oil. we try not to use much butter anymore. ãjl lot of people donnf care fo it anymore. sear it on both sa mes with, lee i saiory olive oil. >> so you just have a little flour op theretch >> yes, and salt and pepper ieã -- pepper. you can use any spices ou le?e lemon panymper, that you care f. i'm going to put on a sauce with e6 c13 aplant, tomat hels ou panympers. i season that with a tiny bit of olive oil, lemon juice, and i also do a litpeoe man t of fenn the fennel adds a nice touch and it makes the dishcuery light, especially por 0 -- for right now in the summer when it is hot outside.
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>> you donnf want to cook this dish very long, do you? >> no, you want to coper it for about a minute and a half on each side. it is just about done now. you already had a piece going just before we started the show. this one is right here. i'm going to serve the dish with nice lettuce with dr:00.d cheous -- cheouly tomatoes. like i said, it is local, and it is sustainable. covina is acuery sustainable seafood. i use it q late a bit in the restaurant. >> so you try to -- not to use a lot of butter? >> i donnf use a lot aãmore. i used to use a lot of butter,
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but we chasmede -- changed. [loul:ghing] >> i used to get a bottle of olive oil, and now ione speermenting as i -- experimenting as i get older. >> i use extracu ongin olive oi. that's the best. >> let's get to the address so if you want this recipe you know what to do. the rezz by is 3800 hooper ãjlvenu'm baltimore, maryland 21 1. it looks mighty good. and loper who's here! daow that the food is coo jud. >> well, you know, i like to have food coo jud for me.
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>> whether worory john? >> there is a severe thunderstorm warning in carroll county and york county. >> and what is it saying? >> it is saying severe t 2nderstorms are in the forecast for this morning and all day today. >> and when thunder roars, go indoors. >> that's right. >> thanks for beyng with us. >> have a great day.
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