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take a light jacket with you. today will be pretty quiet. we have some rain to contend with tomorrow. let's talk about will happen this morning. we have some cloud cover. a few sprinkles in some neighborhoods. nothing that will affect the drive time. 50 degrees at the airport. it a mixture of sun and clouds. 20% chance for a rain shower. high temperatures near 70. we will come back and check the forecast going into the weekend. >> good morning appeared we're tracking one accident on the west side at windsor mill. we have an accident and may be summoned delays. no delays on the west side, 54 miles per hour. moving well down towards edmondson. the harbor tunnel and a former the fort mchenry tunnel is
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checking out fine. a pretty smooth ride around the area. five minutes to go south on 95 to the fort mchenry. 11 minutes to travel south on i- 95 from the beltway down towards the 32. on the north side york road, moving without delay. this is traffic on 95 in harford county. no sign of delays. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. back to you. >> thank you. new questions surrounding the death of they reasoned loyola university graduate after a body turns up in a dumpster. this is the second time in a year a body has turned up there. kim dacey joins us live with more. >> police say the victim is 23-
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year-old emily hauze who is originally from pennsylvania. they could not confirm whether she was living there. police were called sunday morning after somebody found the body at the bottom of the trash chutes. the second time in just over a year. another body was found in august of last year. kevin brown says at this point there is no indication of foul play appeared in a letter sent to residents explained that police were investigating an isolated incident. the trash chutes is only about 18 inches wide and an age floor of the building. >> the trash chutes are not that big. i don't see how a person could get in there in the first place. two times the same thing, it is unnerving. >> emily hauze is a recent
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graduate of loyola university. autopsy results are expected sometime today. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a former pastor will spend life in prison for organizing the death of a blind man in baltimore. he pleaded guilty to orchestrating the 2009 murder in which wallace was picked up from his group home and shot dead in a group bathroom. he was sense to 45 years behind bars. two brothers were acquitted last month of executing the murder. standing order is set to testify in the corruption trial of ulysses currie. the first witness, timothy maloney, said nobody would call
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currie smart. currie was interested in becoming a consultant for shoppers food warehouse. he is accused of taking bribes. >> eight new jersey fire house is feeling the heat over its decision to support breast cancer. they are raising money for the susan g. komen foundation. the top brass say the uniform violates their code. compromise is being worked out or firefighters will be allowed to wear a special shirts on their special uniform. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think firefighters should be able to support breast cancer awareness by wearing pink t- shirts as part of their uniform? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com.
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>> president obama continues his jobs bill sales pitches today, pushing for key elements today. kate amara is live in washington with more. good morning. >> the president lost jobs bill bus tour takes into virginia today, another state he is hoping to win in 2012. >> we're going to give them another chance to do their job by looking after your jobs. >> president obama remains on the road, pushing for his jobs bilplan. bill was blocked by republicans in the senate last week. >> we're going to break up my jobs bill. maybe they could not understand the whole thing all once. >> the president said the first- ever is billions in state aid to hire hundreds of thousands of teachers, police officers, and
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firefighters. this is a move republicans are expected to stop. >> we want to create jobs through growth and they want to create jobs from government spending. >> john mccain criticize the president for running for reelection while promoting his plan. >> is that a program of the taxpayers' dime because is clearly campaigning? >> north carolina and virginia are key to the president's reelection bid. 008.on both states in 2 the president will begin his day by speaking in a community college in north carolina. kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. >> there has been a lot of talk. when will we see congress act on pieces of the jobs bill? >> democrats in the senate has started work to pass portions of
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this bill and unveiled a $35 billion aid package to help states retain employees. >> kate amara, thank you. the republican candidates will take part in a debate tonight. there is continuing coverage on our website. see who is challenging the president. it is all on wbaltv.com. click on politics. >> expects some construction headaches on route 90 in the next few months as guardrails are expected to be installed. this will be between 113 near ocean city and the work is expected to last will more than two months. it will take place on sundays through tuesday. >> 50 degrees on tv hill.
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investigators uncover an elaborate identity scam. >> , a father turns to his 9- year-old for a designated driver. what he said he did it. >> this is the beltway and old court road. sarah will hope to get to we need to go this morning.
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>> welcome back. 55 degrees downtown. we have some sprinkles from the pennsylvania line. not a big problem this morning. take a light jacket with you. the further away you go from the city, the cooler in gets. 45 in taneytown. 48 in jarrettsville. we will make it up to 72 this afternoon and we have a chance for a rain shower in the
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forecast. a much better chance for rain tomorrow. about a learning more disturbing identity theft scheme. police say they have recovered as many as 50 forms of identification that point to it fraud scheme. this comes after the four adult victims were found shackled to a boiler in the basement of an apartment building. the three suspects face charges ranging from kidnapping to false imprisonment. >> in michigan father faces child abuse charges after his daughter is caught being is designated driver. they went inside to pay, the father bragged to the clerk about his daughter's driving skills and that he was too drunk to drive. >> ok.
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50 degrees on tv hill. blackberry tries to make amends with customers after a service disruption. >> life after don't ask don't tell. >> it is a great time in history to be part of the military. >> more on what it's like for gay men and women who are now allowed to serve openly. >> monitoring an early morning accident in baltimore city and will check on
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>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning to you.
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sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we are tracking one accident in the windsor mill area. be careful. not tracking any delays. 52 on southbound 95. a smooth ride on the j.f.x. this morning. nothing happening on 97 in the glen burnie area. 295 shaping up just fine. 195, everything running smoothly. first we check york road. this is the north side of the beltway. volume is building in the outer loop. this is traffic on 95 at 22 it in aberdeen. so far, looking at a smooth start out of harford county. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. your morning. >> good morning. the mta commute off to a good start. no delays on penn, camden, and
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brunswick lines. light rail on time. the metro subway on schedule. we have a few diversions including the 22 bus and the 11 bus at cathedral and monument because of road construction. i'm kurt kronke. now back to tony pann. >> good morning. we're awfully quiet start on this tuesday. there could be some sprinkles in some neighborhoods to start the day. 50 at the airport. 45 in parkton. the front the came through yesterday is stalled off to the south downer richmond and we of disturbances over the top of the front and it is create a touch of shower activity. light rain over southern pennsylvania. nothing of any consequence. there are a couple of different
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things we are watching. a storm from the midwest and a storm off the coast of florida. not a tropical system. these are going to combine and give us a good chance for a soaking rain tomorrow. the chance for rain today is about 20%. a mixture of sun and clouds. high temperature into the upper 60's and " 70's after the cool start. tonight, mostly cloudy skies. a better chance for rain after midnight. tomorrow, those storms are going to combine into one storm. a good chance for rain on wednesday. some chilly air swirling in. we might have our first frost of the season by the end of the week. the weather bank gets active over the next 24 hours. a good chance for what weather tomorrow. friday, overnight lows may dip into the 30's and there could be
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some frost. >> gay service members are speaking out after the end of the don't ask don't tell policy. before the ruling, they cannot talk about the most personal lives withouteir j risking their jobs. >> this is a summit that could not have taken place a year ago. it could not have taken place a few months ago because don't ask don't tell was still in place. september 20 was a big day for most of the folks you see here. >> to be 27 years old and is the first time this has ever happened. >> this is a great time in history to be part of the military. >> you cannot do this before. >> no, and not keep my job.
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>> our goal is to build a proud, gay community in the military that people feel comfortable coming out and being who they are. >> do you think the fight might not be done and you think who was in the white house and in the houses of congress that maybe don't ask don't tell could come back. >> are people going to threaten to bring back don't ask don't tell? that is something that is scary for me personally. am i going to be threatened to lose my career in the future? that's something i don't want to think about. i want to stay in the military. i do not want to worry about losing my career. >> black bear it hopes some freebies will make up for some recent service disruption --
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blackberry some freebies' will make up for some recent service disruptions. there will be offered free applications. the tough economy is not spooking thrill seekers this halloween. the double for iphone 4s in short supply. jane king has more in the bloomberg business report. the phone is pretty cool. it talks to you. and ask you questions and you can respond. >> if you were able to get the new apple iphone 4s, consider yourself lucky. some may walk-in stores and the handed. you may need a reservation. the popularity exploding over the weekend. more than 4 million units sold in the first three days.
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apple reports its quarterly results tonight. we're watching some things this morning. futures also little bit lower today. we kicked off the week with a big sell-off. stocks dropping as germany said there will not be a quick resolution upper europe's debt crisis. one analyst said other banks will likely fall bank of america's lead to start charging a monthly fee for debit cards. wells fargo now testing a $3 fee in some markets. a marketing specialist says ghost walk and tara theme and amusement parks are alive and well because they offered an affordable escapism experience. if you eat a live cockroach, you
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can go to the front of the line at fright fest at six flags. i'm jane king reporting for wbal-tv 11 news. back to you. >> our phone is talking to us. thank you, jane. >> we will see you next hour. thank you. 5:21. 50 degrees on tv hill. a couple is living their life. the law and she took to save her and she took to save her husband's
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>> a wife in pennsylvania was able to give her husband wife. >> she was a match for husband who needed a kidney. they are now under way to happily ever after.
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>> three years ago, linda and jim pledged to love each other in sickness and in health. >> he is my soul mate. >> after their marriage, his kidneys started to fail. >> i didn't want to lose him. we just got married and starting a life together. >> jim spent three days a week in dialysis. >> anybody will tell you that dialysis is not fun. it wears you out. they are sucking the quarter and impurities out, filtrate your blood. on a kidneymone transplant waiting list. >> she is irish and english. >> she decided to get tested just in case. >> the transplant office called and said, merry christmas.
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you are a match. you are a 100% match. >> they underwent transplant surgery. >> this is a wonderful thing to be able to do for someone. i feel 100% better than i did a week ago. >> jim said there is no way he can fully think his wife. >> i love her. i'll give her anything i have. i thank her every day. >> linda is recovering well. >> i am sore and a little tired. >> the couple is looking for two new and happy and healthy beginning. >> we will start all over. i got my man back the clock that was really incredible. what are the chances? >> there was a story where a transplant and the donor want to the organ back. >> 5:26. 50 degrees on tv hill. the proposal to raise maryland's
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gas tax. >> the body of a recent college graduate is found at the bottom of a trash chute. i am kim dacey with the rest of the story of. >> a massive prison swap with israel and egypt. >> the weather is pretty quiet this morning. we have some rain in the seven- day forecast. >> problem at the fort mchenry. >> problem at the fort mchenry. we will update you on th
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>> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. to the kids be the umbrella and the boots today? >> not today, tomorrow. today there are some sprinkles and nothing that will slow down the drive times.
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you might see some of that in your neighborhood, especially of towards the pensively line. take a light jacket with you. 50 at the airport. we will make it up close to 70 this afternoon. with a slight chance for it rain shower in the forecast. the best chance will be north of baltimore. i will come back and check the seven-day forecast. >> the windsor mill accident is now gone. one problem at the fort mchenry heading southbound. a disabled vehicle just prior to the toll plaza and taking up the right lane. you may tap the breaks. looking good on 895 for the harbor tunnel. feel free to take that as your call to that. volume is on the light side this morning. 54 miles per hour on the west side outer loop past 795. looking good on the major roadways.
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southbound 95 towards 32, 56 miles per hour. looking good on 295 as well. this is the harrisburg expressway and shawan road. looking any smooth ride southbound towards the beltway from the maryland line. this is 95 at the fort mchenry. you can see the disabled vehicle that is taking up the right lane at the toll plaza. not a lot in terms of volume. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. back to you. >> for the second time this year, a body is found inside a dumpster at the park charles apartments. kim dacey is live downtown with more on the investigation. >> police and building management have not confirmed whether the victim was living at the park charles gorgeous visiting at the time of the
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death. residents are calling this bizarre and disturbing. police were called to the park charles building around 8:00 a.m. sunday morning after somebody made a gruesome discovery -- a body at the bottom of a trash chute. another body was found there in august of last year. according to police, the victim is emily hauze. kevin brown says there is no indication of foul play. a letter sent to residence on sunday explained that police were investigating an isolated incident that resulted in death. residents described the trash chute as ordinary. >> the trash chutes are not that big, where you put it in there, so -- i don't see how a person could get in there in the first place. so two times, the same thing, it's unnerving. >> accidentally? it is small.
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kind of of a pain to open up. it takes a lot of force to open up that door. >> the man discovered last year went into the trash compactor. his death was ruled an accident. emily hauze is a recent graduate of loyola university. autopsy results are expected sometime today. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a sad ending to the search for a missing landsdowne teenager. the body of ryan jackson was found in baltimore county. he had not been seen since october 12 when he was reportedly on his way to see a friend. no word on the cause of his death. the man accused of killing the mother of a missing maryland board will soon return to maryland. curtis lopez is charged with murdering his wife. police found him at north
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carolina after an amber alert was issued for her son, william. request denied for gary giordano. a judge denied his second request to be freed from jail. he says robyn gardner disappeared when they went snorkeling. the 90 day hold order expires by the end of the month. >> a proposal to raise maryland's gas tax. it would increase 15 cents per gallon over the next three years. supporters say the revenues would restore the state's depleted transportation trust fund. 76% of voters don't favor even a fraction of that tax increase. >> that is too much. >> if we don't repair our roads and repair our bridges, it would be unfortunate to have a tragedy here in maryland like we saw in
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minneapolis a few years ago. >> the proposal is likely to be tabled until next year. a joint committee to get on board with the redistricting plan. it is now being discussed by the full senate. it would leave the sixth district in tact. >> a gross miscarriage of justice. >> that criticism is a very, very narrow criticism not help but the vast majority of people who have looked at this. >> when political action committee has threatened to file a grievance if the general assembly passes the gplan in its current state. >> a recently freed shoulder gilad shalit is back in israel.
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this is part of a massive prisoner swap for his freedom. he was being held for the past five years. lastly, a deal was brokered to free more than 1000 palestinian prisoners in exchange for gilad shalit's freedom. large celebrations are planned in the palestinian territories and israel. 5:36. 50 degrees on tv hill. your hair stylist can do more than just make you look good. >> the new report on when children should be able to watch an electronic medium. >> don't forget to e-mail us your response to our water cooler question of the day. do you think firefighters should be able to support breast cancer awareness by wearing pink t- shirts as part of their uniform? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> we have a disabled vehicle at
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the fort mchenry. we'll tell you whether youyo
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>> welcome back. 59 degrees downtown pre pretty quiet around baltimore. some sprinkles around pennsylvania. chilly wants to get away from the city. 44 in york, pennsylvania, with some light rain showers. driving southbound from pennsylvania come you guys will drive into the dry weather. we have a chance for a rain shower, 20%. a mixture of sun and clouds. high temperature of 2 70 this afternoon.
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good chance for rain in the forecast tomorrow. >> reports that your hair stylist could end up saving your life. a new study reveals one in three to examine their customers neck and scalps for suspicious skin lesions. over half encourage them to see a doctor. most of the professionals have not taken a course for skin cancer, a half for interested in participating in an education program. miller, of the scalp and nec account for 10% of all small number of deaths in the u.s. -- melanoma of the scalp and neck account for 10% of all deaths of melanoma in the u.s.
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children >> learn best from human interaction. television-viewing can cause delays in language development. 90% of children do allow their children to watch some form of electronic media. >> 50 degrees on tv hill. controversy for the lions' coach after giving a rough greeting to the 49ers coach. >> not your fault. >> we'll be back. >> we are live at the greenspring racquet club getting ready for a big fund-raiser this saturday. we're having a good time. we're having a good time.
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>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we had a disabled vehicle at
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the fort mchenry. it has been cleared southbound. harbor tunnel traffic looking pretty good. 56 miles per hour on southbound 95 approaching the white marsh area. on the north or west side come up to speed as you make your way around the beltway. 46 miles per hour and southbound 97. a smooth ride on the b-w parkway and into harford county. this is 70 west of the beltway. problem free at this time. the time is picking up eastbound. this is traffic at the harbor tunnel on 895. everything up to speed north and southbound. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. good morning. >> moving along very nicely on the mta system. light rail on system. metro subway on time. on the buses, a diversion at
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lawrence. a diversion southbound at cathedral and monument. on time service on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. i'm kurt kronke. now back to tony pann. good morning. >> we do have some rain to talk about in the seven-day forecast. first we say good morning to ava marie who is live down at the greenspring racquet club. >> good morning. what a great way to wake up this morning. fund talking about a big raising event this saturday. i am talking to jenna. good morning. >> we're so excited about our fund raiser on saturday night. you can't come down and watch the professionals play. you can take part in a wine- tasting, beer-tasting, dinner.
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of the money goes for different foundations. our students are right here and there received the scholarship money last year. this is matthew. he is number two in the state of maryland. on the other side is abbie thorton. finished number one in her age inner category. she wants to be in the competitive training program. >> i am 8. >> what do you like about playing tennis? >> it is fun. >> you are -- you were number one in the state last year. >> it felt really good. i felt like i did something really well. >> what do you hope to do in the future? >> become a professional and be number 1 in the world'
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. >> this is a big event and this is happening on saturday. many of the donations will help to benefit the scholarships they can enjoy. a chance for some scattered showers. a front has stalled over the virginia. we go back to tony in the weather center to check on the forecast. what impressive kids we have here. they are reaching some impressive heights. >> i was wondering if they lowered the nets for those kids. >> do you lower the nets? >> in this area, we do a lot of the 10 and under quick start program. we go out and we use the smaller nets. can do tennis in gymnasiums. >> thank you. back to you. >> mindy as the same problem,
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seeing over the nets. sorry. thank you, ava. that is a wonderful program. we'll talk to ava in about 30 minutes. 45 in parkton. there is a front stalled to the south of us. down around richmond. we have these impulses of energy writing up over the top of the front. we have some rain around york, pennsylvania. most of it will stay north of baltimore. we have a slight chance for a sprinkle this morning. that will change it tomorrow. a storm is coming across the midwest and a strong storms in the gulf of mexico. they will combine and give us a good chance for rain by tomorrow. a mixture of sun and clouds. 20% chance for a rain shower. the upper 60's and low 70's.
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into a tie, the chance for rain will increase after tonight. low temperatures into the 50's. tomorrow, those storms will merge into one and travel across maryland. a good chance for rain on wednesday. a strong push of cold air behind this storm. by thursday and friday, we will get are almost cool air mass of the season so far. we could have our first frost thursday night or friday night going into the weekend. a slight chance for a few rain showers today. good chance for rain tomorrow. 80% chance for rain. a chilly day on thursday but mostly dry with temperatures around 60. thursday night and friday night, the temperatures may dip into the 30's away from the city and you may wind up with some frost injured never appeared in
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nice weekend with sunshine and temperatures in the 60's. >> 50 degrees on tv hill. coming up, we'll take a look at one of your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. hope you have them.
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>> time to get to one of your answers to our watercooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- do you think firefighters should be able to support breast cancer awareness by wearing pink t- shirts as part of their uniform? >> keep sending us those responses. we will read more of your responses in the next hour and post all of them on the front page of our website, wbaltv.com. >> good morning. most often teams try to avoid predictability in the nfl. under john harbaugh, you can set those ravens winds along with the sunrise, now four for four. the ravens perfect is not describe their offense. ray lewis is the only player in
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nfl history to have more than 40 sacks and 30 interceptions in a career. as for the offense, it has become a big play group. joe flacco had two passes for more than 50 yards on sunday. both drives stalled and finished in field goals. five field goals for billy cundiff. the ravens won. >> we could not run the ball down there that hurt us. the field gets a narrow for the passing game. they had a lot of coverage in the end zone. we're happy with the field goals but we're not happy that they were not touchdowns the other times. >> the ravens will host the 49ers during thanksgiving. a meeting of brothers.
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you have to expect all kinds of warm and fuzzies. controversy. jim harbaugh greeted the of the coach with a smack in the back. the detroit coach took offense and this led to a shouting match. they had to separate the coaches. jim harbaugh showed less than -- john harbaugh said he spoke with his brother on monday. their brothers. >> i can tell you this. i think i know who was right. but whoever was right or wrong, i know whose side am on. i'm taking sides. >> he is 5-1. he's doing ok. >> that sounds like an older brother taking up for the younger brother.
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>> thank you. coming up in the next half-hour, sick and tired of the crime, people give officials a piece of their mind. >> hypothyroidism is uncomfortable for several reasons. imagine being pregnant at the same time. >> a thriller flash mob. these zombies got out is small town of massachusetts. >> it will be mild again this afternoon. our first frost of the season to be coming up this week. >> we are checking the major roads and we will let you know if there are any major problems to avoid. that is coming up.
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>> a second body is found in the same dumpster in just about a year. i am kim dacey with details in a live report. >> he is back on the boston red. president obama continues to promote his jobs bill. republicans say he's using your money to run for reelection. >> there is rain on the way. the forecast as 11 news today continues right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> rain and cold temperatures on the way? >> tomorrow we'll get a good soaker. a few sprinkles this morning. a few sprinkles this morning.

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