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♪ it's gonna be bright bright sunshiny day ♪ live claritin clear with non-drowsy claritin. >> shot dead by a police officer. why the officer was forced to draw his weapon. >> we head to sanford where hundreds profess. >> we know where it was purchased, but who bought the winning ticket? "11 news sunday morning" starts now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> good morning. welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm jennifer franciotti. >> and kate amara in forelisa robinson. first we want to look outside with meteorologist ava marie. >> we almost thought you wob
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because you were -- we almost thought you won, because you were gone for a few days. >> no, i did not win that ticket. it is not bad out there. with a few clouds in the sky, the winds are mostly calm. as we head into the afternoon, expect winds to be in the 60's. clouds start to increase by the afternoon as we have a chance for showers late. showers hold off in baltimore until after 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. another chance for showers as we head into the night. dry conditions in the seven-day. we'll continue to talk about that when we come back in a few minutes. >> our big story this morning, towson university stunned by the deaths of two students in two days.
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>> students here are sadened and shocked to find out that two of their students had died. >> everyone was really upset, but mostly shocked. it was a fun friday night, and we wake up the next morning, and two kids are dead. >> the first student death happened at about 1:45 a.m. saturday. ryan bailey, 20, was walking northbound on york road when he was hit by a car traveling in the same direction. >> i heard about one student, and then there were reports of another one. >> almost 12 hours later, the body of a second student was found inside of a unit at the towson place apartments just off campus. timothy coyer, 27, was found by his roommates.
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coyer is believed to be an iraqi war veteran and member of the army national guard. his cause of death is still yet to be determined. >> it is really disconcerting. i did not know them personally, but the greek community here is very close. when something happens to one of us, it happens to all of us. >> sheldon dutes, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a 29-year-old man is dead after being shot by a baltimore city police officer. this happened just after 11:00 saturday morning on the 2500 block of brookfield avenue. police say they were called by a disturbance. george wells' description was
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given to officers on patrol. >> the officer went to apprehend the suspect. a struggle ensued. the officer feared for his safety, withdrew his weapon, and fired his round, striking the suspect. >> the officer was not injured, and the incident is still under investigation. >> also in the city, officers responded to a shooting in the 900 block of valley street. police say a man was found with multiple gunshot wounds. he was pronounced dead at johns hopkins hospital. police say they have no suspect, no motive. >> now to the latest on the trayvon martin case. thousands of protesters marched outside the city's police department demanding the arrest of george zimmerman. >> the nation's civil rights
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leaders have vowed to make the city of sanford's name famous for racial injustice. protesters converged on the place where george zimmerman gunned down trayvon martin and claimed self-defense. >> we'll use civil disobedience. we will use every weapon in the nonviolent arsenal. >> i think we need to relax a little. >> julie said this is called the friendly city. merchants say business is down, and residents want the incident to be solved by investigators,
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not on the streets. >> we came because the parents urnled us to come. >> trayvon martin went to our school. people were close to him. he was like family. >> that was ron allen reporting. martin's death has sparked outrage across the world. there were signs "no justice, no peace" were held outside the embassy. >> a waiting game continues to see who has that winning lotto ticket. that means someone you know may be mega-, mega-rich. $213 million richer. there are winning tickets in kansas and illinois. >> news crews flocked it the 7-eleven on liberty hill road
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once it was discovered the winning ticket was sold here. >> i'm going to find out. >> saying over and over again, please, lord, let it be me. >> let it be me. >> all day the people that bought their tickets here couldn't wait to return to the store, the store that sold the winning ticket at 7:15 friday night. >> it was a quick pick. there was only one ticket purchased by the player at that time. >> the winner bought just one ticket. everyone had big plans for that anonymous individual. >> an organization, a school, a church. do something good with it. >> i hope the winner needs the money. i hope it is someone that really
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needs that money. >> thank you, baby. i do need it. i'm going to get it now. >> whatever the owners of -- the owners of this store are saying oh, thank heaven. >> the owners of the store will get a $100,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket. >> they seem to have at least a winning attitude. deborah weiner, wbal-tv 11 news. >> word to the wise, today is april fool's day, so if someone tells you they won, they might be pulling a joke on you. >> yeah, i know a few folks have have gotten duped. >> it is 5:08. how gel nail manicures are being compared to tanning beds. >> and what call identifies as a healthy -- qualifies as a healthy place to eat.
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>> and ava has your insta-weather plus forecast next. "11 news sunday morning" is just "11 news sunday morning" is just getting started.
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>> good morning. we're starting off with mainly dry conditions across the mid-atlantic. here's showers. illinois, indiana, pushing through detroit, michigan as well. this will be sliding down to the east. it is increasing our rain chances later today and into tonight. as i said today, we're looking at mainly dry conditions. we take a wider view at -- and look at the satellite. we have a thicker band of clouds now moving east of ocean city. behind that there is a low cloud deck that will break apart as we go throughout the day. even though we are starting off with clouds, we will see sunshine as we head throughout our sunday. high pressure will keep us
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mostly dry. a cold front sifpking down into our south. that's what's happening now on the outer banks of north carolina. then we have the second piece of the storm. we see the warm front being drawn up into minnesota. this second piece of it moving into the mid-atlantic today. here's a look at the current temperatures. it is 46 at b.w.i. throwgood -- thouroughgood-marshall. hagerstown could see showers this afternoon. temperatures in the low 60's. 64 for the high in baltimore. 58 in ocean city. more sunshine today in ocean city. everyone else, partly cloudy skies, with rain chances increasing later on. the forecast tonight will become more cloudy. rain chances begin in the afternoon. as for baltimore, mostly after 6:00 and 7:00 p.m., if you have
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outdoor plans today, i think you will get them n winds out of the north tonight. temperatures down into the 40's. not any major changes. we're up to 60 tomorrow with sunshine. tuesday another front heads our way. 65 in the afternoon. chance for showers and thunderstorms late into the night. 67 wednesday. beautiful day. partly sunny. low 50's and 60's by the end of the week. >> this is palm sunday. in the holy land, hundreds of pilgrims are visiting to march the day jeesous christ made his triumphant return to jeruslem. this is a picture from downtown baltimore where practicing the power of faith in numbers, teens and young adults did just that as part of the 19th annual youth pilgrimage. it starts holy week for
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catholics. they started downtown and marched three miles to a catholic church. >> being around so many people that love the exact same things you do and not fearing to walk through the streets of baltimore and protest your faith is something you don't understand until you do it. >> it is just a symbol to say to the people that may not bleeb in god, wow, look at all these kids that are doing thrks you know? >> the youth pill grammage start -- pill -- pilgramma depfment e started in denver. >> in "medical alert, the type of cancer a simple blood test may be able to detect. >> and starting your day. the diet that one family says has helped their daughter's
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epilepsy. >> and this
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-- what she liked and disliked. at least they can say she tried. at least if it does work, it could can change the quality of life for their child. it could bring a lot of hope. >> and the doctor says they put about 30 to 40 patients on this diet a year, and they are seeing incredible results. >> if you are looking for someone healthy to eat, head to howard county. to be certified, a restaurant has to pleat nutritional and health criteria, offering two healthy items on the menu, both low in calories, fat, and sodium. >> we know the food prepared at these restaurants is safe to heat. it is healthy because the environment is smoke free. it also uses transfat-free oils. >> bragging rights in the
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university of kentucky after their victory over louisville in a final four match-up. pete gilbert has all the highlights in sports. first a look at events going on around town as we take a short break.
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>> it's a quiet little spot. plenty of income potential, and some history. that just begins to describe a
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unique piece of real estate that you can own. kristen dahlgren takes us to a place that gives new meaning to the phrase "small town." >> ever dream of being famous? owning a town? no, i mean literally accident owning the town. >> the whole town, everything. and you also get your own zip code. 82052. >> buferede, wyoming -- buford, wyoming is for sale. there is just one catch. only one resident. >> i couldn't believe it. that there would be one person here and he has his own zip code. >> don was on the "today" show last summer. he has a new look. he's ready to hang up his hat as mayor, store clerk. >> i have to say i visualize some kind of palm tree and sand
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at some point. >> and maybe a book. >> buford will be automaticed off. pids start at $1,000 for his -- >> and the one-room schoolhouse from the 1800's when 2,000 people lived here. >> it takes someone that wants something out of the ordinary. >> he has had interests from all over. >> i have heard from moscow, russia. not idaho. i've heard from beijing. >> in a recent open house, even some from nearby layer my came. -- laramie came. >> we would have two here, and that would be a 100% increase in population overnight. >> don hopes whoever buys it loves buford like he has. >> i will miss the interaction
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with people that are traveling. >> as he hits the road himself, don can't help but wonder if he's ready. >> i don't know. i might turn out to be a bad neighbor. >> at least he does not have to tell anyone to turn their music down. >> that is hilarious. >> another week of primaries for the g.o.p. candidates. >> no one was immune to the green slime. someone was. a look at last night's kids choice awards. >> and we're seeing a little green on the radar. when will the rain arrive. we'll talk about that in the insta-weather plus forecast.
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>> i'm freezing. >> it is chilly. it is in the 40's right now. that's chilly. especially we were so excited for spring and summer, and we still have to deal with with this typical weather. 46 is a normal temperature for
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this time of year. actually, it is above normal. mostly calm conditions. we have humidity at 83%. we look into the forecast for today, and it is going to be partly sunny. high temperatures today in the mid 60's. that will feel great as you plan to -- if you plan to be outside. that is not a joke. we are expecting rain tonight. we'll tee tail that in the forecast. >> now to the race for the white house. a looming showdown. a new nbc maris poll shows mitt romney leading ahead of santorum. although, it is not all good news for the massachusetts governor. >> this is an election.
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not about a person or a party. it is about a vision of america. today at a forum near milwaukee, rick santorum ignored his g.o.p. candidates and instead mentioned president obama. >> the president says he wants to transform america. i do not want to transform america. i want to restore to america the principles that have made us the hope of the earth. >> after a week of key endorsements, romney appears to be calibrating for the general election. he's ahead in the polls. even the flention coke brothers reportedly funding a multia million dollar ad buy.
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>> since obama became president, gas prices have nearly doubled. >> despite the rallying cries around romney, santorum says he's uniquely situated to debate the president. >> one of the campaigns a week or so ago suggested it would take an act of god for rick santorum to win the nomination for president. i don't know about you, but i believe in acts of god. >> moving in the other week, the slime that came past and furious where even celebs got doused in bucketloads of green gunk. will smith was the host of the awards. first lady michelle obama was spared. but halle berry and justin
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bieber got slime paths. oh, my gosh. mrs. obama was on hand to present a public service award. >> i am here because i have always felt an obligation to give back. to lift up others the way my parents and teachers and mentors lifted me. that's something our next hon rebelieves, too. it is not just something she talks about, it is how she lives her life. >> taylor swift recognized for her work for flood victims in the midwest and south. >> and a new jersey team has called off his tream date with the country star. not because he wanted to. he asked her to his prom. she couldn't make it. instead she asked him to go to the country music awards in las vegas. she arranged for his tuxedo and
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provided accommodations for him to go. after chemotherapy, he came down with a 103 fever. his family thanked him for the opportunity to go. >> that's too bad. >> college camp putses across the state could soon see a spike in enrollment. >> a 20% increase in the student body over the next week ahead. >> a new nationwide program can make your home more energy efficient. i'm kim dacey. i'll explain coming up. >> and high pressure in control. a storm heading our way. we'll talk about rain
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>> good morning. we're waking up to dry conditions right now. tmeds in the 40's. not that bad when you consider we should be in the 30's. high temperatures keeping us dry. you can see off to our southwest, temperatures moving in. anywhere from chicago to detroit. these are heading toward pittsburgh as well. we'll be tracking these rain chances as we head to the second half of your sunday. we could use some of this rain. we're looking at the stats for the month of march. it is april 1. we just ended march, and we came out above normal with the temperatures, but below normal with precipitation. at least more than 2 inches below normal. that is dry. we will definitely use some rain. any bit can help now. we have a current weather pattern looking for clouds off shore with a low deck of clouds right now across much of the state. these are start to break across much of the day. we expect a couple of sunshine.
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l cold front down to our south moving showers off the outer banks. here comes the second piece of the storm. this one looks like a clipper system. what we would imagine in the winter to bring us snow, but since it is much wammer, it will bring us heavier showers in the midwest. light showers in north dakota. current temperatures in the 40's all across the state have 46 in ocean city to the iner harbor. you look out into western maryland, garrett county in the 30's right now. mainly in the 50's. let's add 10 degrees for that. 58 in ocean city. anywhere west of hagerstown. a chance for showers as we head into the night.
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sunny skies tomorrow. chaps for showers late. by wednesday, 67. 60 on thursday with sunshine. >> maryland is in the early stages of blue crab harvest. it is an attempt to set our crab apart from crabs that come from elsewhere. it would support our state's sustainable fishing methods. it would protect hibernating female crabs.
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>> state officials say they need help raising oysters. the university of maryland's center for environment equal sciences produces the baby oysters. last year volunteers raised over two million that apparently require very little attention or care. >> that's the kind of pet i like. >> going green with your home can help save the environment. a new program launched in baltimore will help you do just that. kim dacey has details. >> there is a new way to make sure your home is comfortable and energy efficient. >> as consumers look for ways to be more green and energy efficient, this is the ultimate thing they can do. >> tuesday, carrier introduced a new nationwide program that has specially trained experts in heating and cooling that can assess your home from top to bottom. >> looking at their hvac equipment, their furnace or heat
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pump or air conditioner, but really, how that equipment relates to the overall home as well as the other elements in the home. your appliances, your lighting, your roof, your installation. >> johnson says the process is more thorough than other energy assessments available now by looking at the whole home using the carrier em6-g. a process that takes three to four hours. >> sthell test the pressures in their home, testing how good the home feels, all the way through providing a list of solutions so that the consumer can pick and choose from depending on their time, their availability, and how much they have to invest into making the homes more efficient. >> johnson says every home owner should look into getting an energy assessment. it can end up saving you money in the long run. >> the mom bottom line, it is going to improve the comfort level in their home, which is the most important thing. then as an added bonus or supplement to that, it will help
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reduce their energy consumption which will lower their energy bill. >> for more information on what you can do, or more information on the carrier experts program, can you look at our web site at wbaltv.com. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> education news coming up. the search is over for two maryland school districts looking for superintendents. >> you will meet the top educators overseeing classes in baltimore and howard counties. that's next in education alert. >> first, if you didn't win mega-millions, here's another chance to look at last night's winning lottery numbers. see life in the best light.
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>> in "education alert" two of the state's superintendents have been found. they were selected by howard county over -- mr. danz is the chief middle school -- served as the chief middle school officer. >> he has a desire to make his mark. that's what we need in baltimore county. >> both superintendents are expected to start their new assignments july 1.
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>> the number of students enrolled in college and universities is expected to grow 20%. that growth may come at a price. education reporter tim tooten has that story. >> the latest numbers presented to the board of regents, which represent 13 state colleges and universities is -- will continue to grow. enrollment is expect today grow from 156,000 now to more than 186,000 by 2021. that's close to a 20% increase. the board of regents wants it to add up to more programs and degrees degrees. >> it has to be the high demand degrees to continue the kind of prosperity that maryland has endured for sometime. >> as maryland's student body continues to grow, by the fall, students will go up to what
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students are paying for meals. towson students are facing a 4% indreas. -- increase. >> it is just a lot of money already. especially for me, because i'm out of state. it is a lot more than in-state have already. i'm moving off campus last year because of increase. >> the regents say it is all a part of the cost of doing business. >> every year it costs more to turn the lights on. we need to make improvements to the dorms. overall we have done a good job of keeping costs down. have you to pay a little more to make sure it is a safe and happy living environment. i think we're doing the best we can with that. >> supporters are expected to approve increases in early april. tim tooten, wbal-tv 11 news. >> tuition is also going up next year. for a closer look at the rest of those fees, log on to our web site, wbaltv.com. click on "education."
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>> a browned breaking surgical procedure in maryland. >> if you are going to brush your teeth, wait a minute. doctors performed the most extensive full face transplant ever. we'll see the before and after in our next hour. >> hi. i'm pete gilbert. up next in sports, the final four. a look at lacrosse trying to stay undefeated on the season. stories straight ahead. >> coming up next, get your business plans ready. maryland has a new program helping to fund hundreds of entrepreneurs. also, find out how a trip to alaska became the impetus for a baltimore-based business. >> later, two men join us to talk about a baltimore gem saving the lives from veterans. i'm barry sims. all this and more at 11:30 this
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>> happy april fool's day. no joke last night in kentucky. the lead-up to this game was a fierce fight between fans. that was the mood setting for this one. it was a big game. louisville made a nice run to make things interesting. rick pitino thinking one more comeback left for his cardinals. too much talent for the wild cats. davis had 18 points, 13 rebounds, and 5 blocks. he is spectacular. wild cats onto the championship
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tomorrow night. who will they face? ohio at a time out early off and running. tough guys up early. he would have a big second half in particular. travis beats the buzzer. 34-25 at the break. kansas rallies you'll the way. so kansas and kentucky. >> fifth ranked loyola playing host to loyola state. buckeyes on a bit of a run. third quarter loyola on the break. i don't know what they were doing there, but it worked.
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shoots and scores. improve to 9-0. maryland and virginia a rematch of the 2011 title game. having some fine moments. right before the half, terps turn it over. second quarter, carr went the entire length of the field. at the break, maryland jumping in from the third. joe come ks takes a hit. louisville kicks it back. 6-5, maryland in front. the first quarter, all virginia. baltimore zone. let me look. they double-teamed him. they beat him to a pulp, and it didn't matter. he had three goals and five assists.
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virginia matches up maryland. that's your final. a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. have a great day. >> it is 5:55. chilly 45 degrees on tv hill. here's a look ahead to our next hour. >> two towson students are dead in less than 24 hours. we'll tell you what happened. >> lottery officials say they are ready to process a claim, but they can't do it without the winner. >> we are seeing temperatures moving up above normal today. we have a chance for showers as well. we'll talk about that when we come back in the forecast.
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>> the season ended on tuesday, a few games short for the lady tear -- terrapins. off the court, coach frese made it her mission to make sure her son has what he needs to fight the disease. she lobbied congress to do its part to provide cancer-fighting drugs for patients. she has looked to raise money for awareness. brenda frese is not just the coach we all want our children
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>> hello. i'm kate amara sitting in for lisa robinson. >> and we're going to check first with meteorologist ava marie. you have something right there. april fool's! >> i was wondering, why is she telling me this on air? >> love it. >> i don't like pranks because i fall for them. i tell people right away. i don't like to spring people along. -- string people along.
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>> well, no one is going to take my forecast seriously. >> we are. >> we really should be near 38 this time of year. it is cloudy with mostly calm winds, partly cloudy skies. partly sunny. a chance for shourds later on. i think they will hold off until the evening hours. temperatures today above normal. we continue this mild trend. that continues in the seven day. we'll detail when we come back. stay tuned. >> thanks, ava. >> now to our big story this moorning. a campus in shock. two towson university students die within hours of one another. >> sheldon dutes has more from the campus. >> the students here at towson university are still trying to wrap their heads around this tragic weekend. a lot say they were shocked and sadened to fine out two school
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mates had died and say they found out about it on twitter and facebook where the news spread quickly. >> it was a one night and then we wake up and two kids are dead. >> the first student death happened about 1:45 a.m. saturday morning at washington avenue and york road. police say ryan bailey was walking nba on york roots -- road when he was hit by a car traveling in the same direction. >> i was out with my friends. it was shocking, and then there were reports of another one. >> almost 12 hours later, about 3:00 in the afternoon, the body of a second student was found inside of a unit at towson place apartments. police say timothy coyer was found by his roommates. coyer who is believed to be an
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iraq war veteran and member of the army national guard suffered a cardiac arrest. the medical examiner's office is expected to determine the manner of death. >> the greek community is a unified thing. so when something happens to one of us, it happens to us all. for me, towson has been my home the last two years, and now this is happening. >> one student said there will be a vigil on campus, but details are being worked out. reporting at towson university, sheldon dutes. >> a 29-year-old man is dead after being shot by a baltimore city police officer. this all unfolded after 11:00 saturday morning in the 2500 block of brookfield avenue in northeast baltimore. police were called there for reports of a disturbance. police say the suspect, george wells fled the scene and his description was given out to officers on patrol.
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>> the officer tried to intercept the suspect. the officer feared for his safety and fired a round, striking the suspect. >> the officer involved was not hurt and the incident is still under investigation. >> officers responded to a shooting in the 900 block of valley street. a 59-year-old man was found with multiple gun shot wounds. police are investigating, but they say there is no suspect or motive. >> now to the latest in the trayvon martin case. this morning, tensions remain high in the streets of sanford florida after thousands marched demanding the arrest of george zimmerman. >> the nation's civil rights
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leaders have vowed to make sanford's name as famous as selma. they marched the streets where george zimmerman gunned down trayvon martin and claimed self-defense. >> we will use boycotts, civil disobedience. we will use every weapon in the nonviolent arsenal. >> i think we need to relax a little bit. >> julie just said what many here feel in the place that calls itself the friendly city. proud of its historic downtown and water front prom nade. business owners say business is down. and residents say they want it resolved by investigators and not on the streets. >> i'm sorry for the kid. he has passed away, but not for gotten. >> one person who encouraged him to come is this freshman.
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>> he went to our school. he was friends with a lot of people. people were close to him. he was like family. >> that was ron allen reporting. trayvon martin's death sparked outrage across the world. in london demonstrators held signs with the menl "no justice, no peace." many said their country has sperned similar cases and wanted to show their support to trayvon martin's family. >> the swng spirit continues this morning to see who has the winning mega-millionaire ticket. $213 million richer and that's before taxes. here's deborah weiner with more. >> news crews flocked to the
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7-eleven on liberty mill. >> i want to find out. >> we saw people checking their numbers. >> over and over and over again just dreaming, lord, please let it be me. i need new glasses. >> all day people that bought their tickets here couldn't wait to return to the store. the store that sold the winning ticket at 7:15 friday night. >> it was a quick pick, and there was only one ticket purchased by the player at that time. >> yep, the winner bought just one ticket. everyone had big plans for that anonymous individual. >> something by else. an organization, a school, a church. do something good with it. >> and i hope that the winner needs the money. i hope somebody really needs that money. >> thank you, baby. i really do need it. i'm going to get it now. >> whatever the real winner
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does, the owners of this 7-eleven are in fact saying, oh, thank heaven. >> this store will get a $100,000 bonus for inv] >> i love those ladies. >> first a live picture from outside. ava has your insta-weather plus forecast after the break. don't go anywhere. when your deep-dish masterpiece doesn't stay in the dish
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>> good morning. we'll start you off with a live look out doors. can you see there are clouds in the sky right now. those should be clearing out as we head into the afternoon. let's look at what's going on elsewhere across the city. you know, it has been so warm. we know that for the all winter, the start of spring, and we're seeing the stats adding up to that. we look at the stats for the month of march. it is april 1. we can see the average temperature is 53.7. when you take all the temperatures, the highs and the lows and average them out, we came up 10 degrees above normal. that tells you how warm it has been. looks like we came below normal with precipitation more than 2 inches. we're continuing this trend, even as we head throughout the first day of april. hopefully we'll get rain later today, and hopefully that will help out how dry it is. 48 at the inner harbor. it is 48 in annapolis and 46 in ocean city. current weather pattern showing most clouds off shore.
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look off toward the west, and there is a thin layer of clouds across the state. some clearing starting to happen along the appalacians. this will be the friend. we'll see a trend of sunshine. showers coming in from the west. they are starting to push in toward ohio. a quick little clipper coming up on the eastern shore. a chance for showers. they get the showers this afternoon, and then they start to build into baltimore by the late evening hours. forecast for tonight, more showers possible. down into the 40's for the overnight lows. this is still above normal. we're continuing this trend.
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typically we drop into the 30's for this time of year. we're above normal for the high temperatures as well. typical highs in the 50's. notice we're in the 60's for the majority of the week. we're up to 67 on wednesday. slightly cooler but dry by the end of the week. >> the mayor's budget does call for $38 million in funding. it cuts pool funding by $35,000. barry sims has more. >> baltimore city residents could have fewer locations to splash around this summer. seven of the city's 13 walk-to pools may not open. >> just as families have to do when they are facing a shortfall in businesses and other
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opportunities, you have to choose your priorities, and prioritize your spending on things that matter most. >> so far no listing of which pools could remain closed. the decision would impact things like the cici jackson walk-to pool and the liberty walk-to pool. while recreation is important, the mayor cites this year's $48 million deficit. she is focusing on crime reduction efforts, improving schools, and making sure neighborhoods are strong and safe. >> the deficit is part of the entire budget for the department of recreation and parks. what do you do? you look at the way that even in tough times we can focus our resources where they will have the biggest impact. >> her budget calls for $38 million to go to recreation and parks, it cuts pool funding by $35,000. city council president jack young and some council members want all the pools open this
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summer. they hope to work with the mayor to make sure that happens. the mayor describes which pools could become targets. >> the one that is are being closed are in disrepair and have a low number of users. there's obsolete. >> barry sims, wbal-tv 11 news. >> so who doesn't want a little extra cash from uncle sam. >> i'll take it from anybody. >> coming up, details on the earned income tax credit and why it is often overlooked. >> no more hiding behind a mask. here the surgeon responsible for the most extensive full face transplant ever. that's coming up.
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>> in "consumer alert" traveling in and out of baltimore may have gotten easier for people who take the bus.
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you will be able to get to toledo in a fraction of the time it used to take. they will also have free wifi and increased leg room. good for tall people. the department of aging and disabilities is offering count tax coupons to rise to medical aappointments, trips to shopping centers. those who call identify have a list of participating companies. we have a link on our web site. wbaltv.com. a -- the earned income tax credit for parents who have one or more children who make up to
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$45,000 a year. the refund can bring in extra. the problem is, less than half actually apply for it. >> we don't know anything about the tax code perhaps. they don't know this particular credit. so its an education process as well. >> so to get the tax credit, taxpayers must fill out an additional form when filing their taxes. there is also a provision for military men and women who are in combat. threff a choice to declare their combat pay. >> speaking of taxes, our experts will be here in the next hour to answer your tax questions. go ahead and e-mail your tax questions to taxquestions@wbaltv.com. >> time for a look back and a look ahead at the "weekend bloomberg business report."
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>> best buy shutting down 50 stores while it moves to open -- focus on bigger locations. for -- focus on more stores. walmart is also focusing on smaller stores. another issue for the big box stores, baby boomers no longer have kids at home, so they don't need to stock up like they used to. >> a quick recap of friday's closing numbers, stocks why generally higher as we got reports showing our economy is chugging along. you might be smiling really big the next time you get your 401-k statement. it was the best first quarter performance for the market since 1998. meantime, apple finds itself in the middle of a couple controversies. earlier this weekend, apple's
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biggest manufacturer you are found pressing violations. foxconn -- most would like to have more pay than have their hours cut. >> apple being slapped with a voice-activation lawsuit. not understanding when the owners ask questions. that's a look at business with the new york stock exchange. for the bloomberg business report, i'm deborah kostroun, wbal-tv 11 news. >> doctors have performed the most extensive full face transplant ever. more on the groundbreaking procedure when we come back. >> first a look at events going on around town this weekend. 3q what's my secret for sunday lunch?
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>> now to an amazing story. officials say a 37-year-old virginia man was the recipient of the most extensive full face transplant ever performed. rob roblin has that story. >> when you see the photos, it is truly a miracle. this is 37-year-old richard norse, the victim of a gun accident 15 years ago before the surgery. this is richard norse after the 36-hour historic surgery. >> this is an individual who has not lived for the last 15 years
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as you and i know it. living behind a mask. living basically as a recluse doing his shopping at night. >> doctors performed the surgery march 19 and 20. >> 10 years of really intense work had come together and in fact, here it was. it was sitting in the bed in front of us. >> it is 10 years of research the hospital has been conducting for the military that led to the successful transplant. >> our job was to deliver the best potential outcome that we could. it has been a tremendous amount of work. it is so fulfilling and it actually played out on march 19 and 20. >> for the recipient, it is the beginning of a new life. >> he wanted to see a mirror, and see himself. he was there with his parents and family members. it is probably the most emotional moments for him as well as us. he put the mirror down and
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thanked me and hugged me. it was a wonderful gift to give him. ever since that day, you can see that we are going to restore the 15 years he's lost and make him a functioning member of society once again. >> for the team that did the surgery and especially for dr. eduardo rodriguez, seeing the face of richard after all those years of time and effort was a special moment. >> people go up to him who don't even know him, and it is hard to contain the emotion. it is truly a miracle. >> rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> so happy for him. that is such an amazing story. >> congratulations. >> the time is 6:27. 45 degrees on tv hill. >> the first lady dodged the green slime. we'll tell you which stars were not so lucky at last night's kids joyce awards. >> we'll have the latest polls showing romney up seven points over rick santorum. what could this mean for the primaries?
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." >> it is april fool's day. >> the temperature rs not that bad. it does feel chilly if you are out there without a coat. 46 is well above normal. we are typically in the 0's this time of year. you can enjoy that for the first day of april. you know it is only going to get warmer as the sun comes up. the sun will be rising in 20 minutes. partly cloudy skies. mainly toward the evening hours. high temperatures in the 60's. around 64 at b.w.i. mid to upper 60's downdown.
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it gets warmer. we'll have details in the seven-day coming up. >> a new nbc maris poll that shows romney leading santorum. it is not all good news for the former ms -- former massachusetts governor. >> looking more like the republican party's leading man, mitt romney is also sounding more like a starring role. >> this is about an election. not about a party, it is about a vision for america. >> today romney, rick santorum, and newt gingrich all spoke. the former massachusetts governor ignored his depopgop competitors instead sending fingers to president obama. >> the president says he wants to transform america. i don't want to transform
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america. i want to restore to america the prins principles that made us the hope of the earth. together we will do that on tuesday and every day thereafter until we get back the white house. >> after a week of key endorsements, romney appears to be calibrating for the election. a victory could be seen as the head of the primary race. romney is up over 7 points over santorum. even the koch brothers seem focused on the fall campaign as well. reportedly hitting the president on high gas prices. >> since obama became president, gas prices have doubled. >> he says he's uniquely disqualified while acknowledging his own up-hill battle. >> one of the campaigns for president a week or so ago suggested it would take an act
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of god for rick santorum to win the republican nomination for president. well, i don't know about you but i believe in acts of gods. >> and that was ron mott reporting. >> christians marked palm sunday at the church of the holyse plicure. people waved palm frons. many believe it contains the place where jesus was buried. today christians will retrace jesus' traditional route more than 2,000 years ago. palm sunday marks the beginning of the holy week which ends on easter sunday. >> and here in baltimore, practicing the power of faith in numbers, hundreds of teens and young adults did just that as part of the 19th annual youth
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and young adult pilgramage. it starts the beginning of holy week for catholics. >> being surrounded by so many people that love the same thing you do, and not fearing to walk through the streets of baltimore and profess our faith is so fantastic. it is something that you don't really understand until you actually do it. >> it is a symbol to say to the people that may not believe in god, you know, wow look at all these kids that are doing this. >> the youth pilgramage started in denver back in 1983. >> coming up, speaking of the milestone 98 rock just celebrated, plus how they say you helped make it all possible. >> young at heart. >> unable to escape the green
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slime. >> i'm waiting for a slime bucket to fall. >> on the radar, we have green showing up. a chance for turn left. the passat is one of nine volkswagen models named a 2012 iihs top safety pick. not that we'd ever brag about it.
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nasonex is there for you, anytime of year. ask your doctor if nasonex is right for you. >> good morning. the sun is just starting to come up. it officially rises at 6:50 this morning. a little sun mixed in with clouds. clouds should push off to the east. they will be increasing tonight as we have our latest storm system on the way. dry conditions across the mid-atlantic. the showers are starting to make their way over indianapolis heading over cleveland and moving toward pittsburgh as well. we could use some of this rain.
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we are at the end of march, the gipping of april right now. we are looking at the stats for the last month. wow, it was warm out there. 53.7 was the average temperature. when you took all the temperatures and average themmed out, we came up 10 degrees above normal. that's pretty substantial for the beginning of spring and the precipitation, we were below normal by two inches. even more than that. they can youzhny rain. 40 in frostburg. typically this time of year, we should starting off in the 30's. you can see the bulk of the clouds are moving off shore. i expect the clouds to break apart as we head into the afternoon. high pressure in control right
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now. that's what is keeping us mostly dry. then we have the storm system coming in from the west. it is a quick-moving storm. although it does bring a chance for rain, it will be here and gone before you know it. most of it does come in while most of us are at home sleeping tonight. forecast for today, if you have outdoor plans, looking good for that. partly sunny skies. 58 along the eastern shore, including in ocean city. low 60's in the mountains. mountains will be the first place to get the showers by afternoon. for baltimore this mostly holds off until evening hours, especially until 7:00 p.m. if you get outdoor plans in, i would get them early on. we have a chance for showers later tonight with mostly cloudy skies down into the 40's once again for the overnight low. seven-day forecast, not bad for the first day of april. 60's most of the week. warming up mid-week. tuesday 65. wednesday 67. a new cold front comes in tuesday. that brings a chance for showers late.
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>> the slime came fast and furious at the kids choice awards. will s -- hosted the event.will smith hout -- hosted event. halle berry and justin bieber got the green slime. michelle obama was there to present an award to taylor smith. >> i am here because i have always felt an obligation to give back. to lift up others the way my parents, teachers, and mentors lifted me. that's something our next honoree believes, too. it's not just something she talks about, it is how she lives ãsmer l fee. >> taylor swift was recognized for her charitable work for tornado and flood victims in the midwest and the south. >> they are quick.
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speaking of taylor swift, a new jersey team has called off his dream day for the nthe so jerse star. it wasn't because he wanted to. she asked him -d thtawesor swif arranged for kevin's tux and got him air fair and accommodations for he and his family so they could attend the show. after an intense round of chemotherapy, kevin came down with a 103-degree fever. his family says he's staying positive, and they thank taylor swift for the opportunity. >> i bet she'll find a way to see him. i bet. >> we're getting crafty in time for easter. >> first a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.tte save them.
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>> welcome back, everybody. now is the time to get crafty with easter baskets. ideas you can make with your kids. good morning. >> good morning. >> i already feel inadequate. let's get right to them. >> the kids are on spring break. at least mine are. a lot of the counties are. i thought, why don't we do stuff with the kids, keep them busy. people think of easter baskets. why not do an easter bag. the eggs ah.ays fall out of the basket when they are running
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around. so what you can do is get these inexpensive bags and you can buy these cute inexpensivet wa- >> they are like easter ornaments. >> like from the craft store. >> and you can decorate the bag. >> you kind of glued some. look how she did the grass. what are these, streamers? >> yes, i have them left over from my daughter's princess and the frog costume. these are cute, because if they make their bag, they will have their bags they can make. >> another thing you can do is enou can use boxes and them and make more permanent, almost lxpee a gift basket. >> they are sturdier. >> and you punched a hole in the side. >> and a ribbon. >> i like that thick ribbon.
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>> and there is rstubon on the front here. >> you can also use the same ornaments, again, easter ornaments. >> now, this is fun, because this is actually a can. i love to make marinara sauce. >> like a soup can. >> i just painted if. >> it kind of looks like an old milk jug. i really lxpee that. >> this is actame lly a candle from a take-out container. and a cork from the wine. >> oh, my goscta it is a cork. >> sorry. i'm so exuberant about this. >> we always had to punch holes in eggs. i decided, wing b donoff we dee the plastic ek os. no one ever thinks about that. >> and not the leggs ek os.
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they dided ot have these little ones when i was a kid. >> oh, that's great. >> now, there are more things for the kids. >> you glued two tshe ether. that looa s lxpee a bunny. >> i already made the face. >> it is so easy. >> right in the middle like that. >> oh, yeah. >> a little bunny. enou can put socks insie ears.
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this is a tissue box. that's great. >> when you cut this, you want to make sure you leave the edges. >> this is a handle from a shopping bag. you can put stihave all in there. now, if you are not craftnd th everyone can tie a bow. if you can tie your shoes, you can make this. enou can make a tea cap coffee cup. >> we're getting the wrap.
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>> stay with us. ptore news coming up. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will.
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>> hapten april fool's day. the final four kentucky and loe the lead up to this game was fierce there was actually a fight between fans in kentuhave that was the mood setting for this one. yeah, it was a big gam. y >> rick pitino thiver.ing maybe one more comeback left for his carmorenals. but too much talent for the wild cats. michael kidd gilchrist. he hadens4 points, 5 blohave he is spectacular. wild cardst wa- wild cats. who do they face? ohio state and kansas.
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this game even tighter. out tio state off early and running. knocking down the triple william etpa eredeens9-11. buhave of a comeback. right before the end of the first, though. 64-62. kansas rallies to win the other semi-finals. so kansas and kentucky monday night for the championshcky. a little lacrosse saturday afternoon. undefeated. fifth raver.ed loyola. 25th of the season. second quarter, buckeyes on a noct of a run. tied at 3 at the break. third quarter loyola on the break. i donoff know what they were doing there, but it worked. shoots and scores. etack up one. josh hawkins tings a nice streak
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of a 4-0 run for lay olight etuckeyes improved toensto maryland and virginia a rematch of the 2011 title gam. y having some very fine moments. this was not one of the best. right before the half, terps turn it over. second quarter, he went the entire length of the field. shoots and scores. tied at 5. at the break, marwesand jumping in front of the third. joe cummings. look at the hit. e?oses it. gets it back. 6-5 maryland in front. etaltimore zon. y let me look. they double teamed him. they beat him to a p4 p. it dided ot matter. 12-8 your final. that's a look at sports.
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ih, pete gilbert. have a great day. >> we will. thaver. you very much. 6:54. 45 degrees on tv hill. here's a look ahead to our next hour. >> you can spend three hours or more in front of the computer. a will the of us do. a look at the effects it could have on your vision. >> and no trihave to what you eat. we are busting the common food ptyths. >> ce?us 17 days and counting from the tax deadlin. y wporre aor wering your t vi deadlines. >> plus more news, weather, and wiforts when "1k morning" continues. stay with us.
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>> now is the time our elected officials need to do the heavy e? feting. they must address the deficit and provide services to citizeor . the answers are not partisan, but require them to do what's best for marwesand despite part loyalty or future political aspirations. we are fenmoreng on them to do what is right mple -- right.
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>> towson university mourns the death of two sends. >> >> baltimore county police are investigating the cir camstance surrounding deatect of tyo towsn university students. both students died in separate incidents off campus over the
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weekend. the first death happened at a n0 ight > a saturday in the intersection of washington avenue and york road. according to place, ryan bailey, 20, was walking nba on york road when he was hit by a car. almost 12 hours later, the body of a second student was found inside the towson ce?ace apartment off campus. timothy cay er was found by his roo leates. his death is being investigated. >> one member of the grecount l, something happeor to them, it happens to us all. towson has been my home the last tyo years, and now this is happening. >> they said there will be a vigil sometime monday evening, but details are being worked out. sheldon dus aes, wbal-tv 11 new >> a 29-year-old man dead this morning after bit baltimore city police officer.
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this happened on broh ofield avenue on northeast avenue. police were called for a report of a disturbance. police say their suspect, george wells, fled the scene and his deestription was gee en ous a t officers on patrol. >> an officer spotted the suwifect on the a n400 blohave an officer went to apprehend the suspect. a srs ouggle eor ued. the officer feared for his safety and fired a round srs oxpeing the suspect. >> the officer was not injured and the incident rembeior unde investil ttion. >> also in the city, officers responded to a shooting in the 9 i blohave a 59-year-old man was found with pt4 tice?e gun shot wounds. police are investigating but say there are no suspects or ptot gees. >> now' latest on the trayvon martin case. this morning tensions rembein high on the streets of sanford
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florida after thousands marched demanding the a riest of george zimmerman. >> no justice, no peace! >> the city's civil rig wits leader have vowed to make the name of sanford as famous as selma. protesters converged on the place where george zembmegatian ave vunned down traeason martii >> we will use boycotts, civil disode obemoreence, we will use every weapon in the nonviolent arsenal. >> i thiver. that we just need relaiona little bit. >> julie just said what many here feel in the place that calls itself the friendly city. proud of its historic downtown and water front prom nade.
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residents want the investigation pursued by iapprestil ttors, not the srs oeets. >> we came because the parents amaned us to com. y >> one person that knew trayvon is this freshman. >> he came from our schoopolice people were close to him. he was like family. >> that was ron allen rtworting. >> marti-ts death sparked outrage acrs the world as other protesters are doing demonstrated like this one in london, england. they held sigor with the mesche "no justice, no peace" as they protested in front of the u.s. embassy there. many say their country have experienced sintolar cases and they want to show support to the trayvon martin family. >> the winning lottenot i ticke was sold in baltimore county, which means someone you mjus knw
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ptjus be mega-rich rig wit now. $213 million before taxes. there are tick -- winning tihave illinois also. >> once word got out one of three record-breaking mega-millions tickets was sold rig wit her. y we just love t-jenkior of pikesville who were checking their numbers. >> i want to find ous a. >> over and over again, just dreaming, lord, please let it be pt. y let it be me. >> i need new glasses. >> all djus pn sce?e that bough tickets here couldn't wait to return to the store. the store that sold the winning ticket at 7:15 friday night. >> it was a quihave there was only one ticket purchased by the player at that temb. y >> the winner bouets t just one
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ticket. everyone had big plans for that one anonymous ind geiduapolice >> just do something good with it. >> i h. pre the winner nees f the money. i hope it is someone that really nees f that money. >> i'm going to get it right now. >> the owners of this 7-eleven are in fact saying "oh, thank heaven." >> this store will get a $100, i0 bonus for selling that ticket. >> lottenot i officials sjus th are ready to procetimo the winng claim. they seem to have a winning attitude. >> i need a hug. >> i so wanted my tream to continue.
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>> eggs rbeise bad cholesterol? our dietician jones us straight ahead. >> coming up, "medical alert." >> first a live look outside with many cam. one ta is up nparkt. stay with us. turn left.
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>> we have clouds right now. 48 at the inner harbor. winds are mostly calm. it has been mild. we know that. the winter is almost like it was president winter. it is now april 1. our teresperatures are right abe normal.
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54 degrees. it is abous ap 0 d" arees above normal. that takes the highs and lows into account. the precipitation came in right below normal. more than 2 inches below normape ãhae have some rain chances tod. we look at our closit cover, tht is hly cmoreng the temperaturesd right now. 40's and 30's as you look out toward the west. couple breaks in there. right now, high pretimoure in contropolice that's keeping us mostly dry. a cold front down to our south pushing t trouets the carly cinas out toward the west. there is a stogati system movin iib showers are pushing through
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chicago, indianapolis, m riging our way toward cleveland. eventually they will be heading into pittsbu norh as well. herpors a electric at the forecast for today. 63 in the mountbeior . i think you will be ok to get them earlier on. toward the evening hours, that ã thaould change a little bit. mostly cloudy skies tonight. e?ig wit wins f ous a of the no this is the first week not bad out there. a chad e for rbein at niets t.
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lenses many people wear evenot day. >> you see the biggest difference once you wear them while you sletw. >> it reshapes the cornea. >> this has been around since thep 96mals. it wort. you pop the contacts in before bed, and you are good to go without lenses or glasses the entire day. >> it also stops the eyes from getting worse. >> it is proof with children. a prescription could trice?e by the time they are 18. the sad thing is, it could hone co riectioned it. >> she switched to orthos when she was just 6. >> i tho"m wit it was glatimoes. i didn't really wavent glasses a me.more.
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>> mom has been wearing glatimo sips she was a little girl, too, and also wears ortho-kl.. >> it is ast aost lxpee instant vision. >> dr. igr is here to offilk aba another common problem. it is called "computer vision syndrome. >> d obviously wporre talking about computers. a ton of us suffer from bus a mt don't knomalswhat it is. >> it is so subtle. in are overdeg i million personal ã thaomd
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for those who 0 work at a pc for ptore than t tree hours a djus, it can cause all kinds of symptoms. and a lot of discomfort. hanot inetimo, i riitat vision, headaches, fatigue. so all of these hone te been fo to be caused by working at the computer for excessive periods of tembinst ptost of it is cporrsed by one might have an optical correction that nees f to be corrected. it could come from dryness, low humidity in the office. some inds f iduals mjus hone tet coming at them. >> air flow could be an itimouei tho"m wit. >> definitely. when we sit at a computer, we the liush less frenorently. so when we are not blinking, it dries the eyes out. >> so you went t trouets a few of the symptoms. here are others. eye scomebeiua dnot i i riitate double vision? really? >> double vision can come abous
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from a couce?e things. one is you are not focusing pr. prerly, so the is fe are not aligned pr. prerly. also, uncorrected stigtism. most of us hone te a little dy it. the astigmatism causes eye hanot inetimo. >> letl. go over what some of these can be caused with. glare? >> one problems. if you think of the spectrum of e?ig wit, the bcompe andon.iole causes glare in the eye, if we can block that ous a, that can co riornted. there are glasses that do that. glare can beon.ery hard on the eyes. >> also not sitting the correct distance, and ud orrected
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vision. you mention vents and lighting. but if you can't, is this somethine athat an eye dly?tor like you can fix? >> one of the first questioor doctor will aman, and it is a common thing nowadays. it is ast aost anticbiated. the aor wer is yes. there are a couple rules. there is the 20-k ospe0 rfor ti theyou the sk ospe0 rfor te. it says for every 20 minutes they are at the comd 20 feet away for 20 seconds. there is also the big issue with the h13 idity. we are talking about the blink rate. if we can id rease the h13
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idity. the yellow rays filter out that short ray yellow lig wit. but the wjus they are designed with the curvature, they increase the amount of h13 idity and create a micro-environment. these were originally designed foron.ideo g6 c13 >ers. but they are found that they work fabulously for computer >> unfortunately we are out of time. >> thank you so much. good tbis 90% of ouron.ou cwersn use. >> coming up, experts soffindin the y with aor wers. first a look at events going on around town.
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>> instead of playing tricks on us, she has a list of common therood myths, you should not b fooled by. good morng. >> good ng.- happy april fool's day. >> thank you. >> it is a shame, some of these food myths are from foods that are actindslly great for you. i tho"m wit todjus it would be . >> we had to start with coffee. coffee has gotten a bad
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reputation, but it is the things added to it that we need to look ous a for. ã thaoffee has a ton of different plant components that are nkitually heamenh promoting. it has caffeine which speeds up your met rfly cisck it is rich in anti-oxidants. coffee drinkers have a lower risk of park -- parkior onl. an ing nmentsy. watch what you are putting into the cofbiginst rect you pus a in toweam and that adds up to fat and calories. nt> herpors the big one. we have been told don't eat eggs. tell us why that's not tye inst nt> they found, it has been proven and studies hto fe shonk ing neoffinot i cholesterly c i
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related to the -- eggs have the most concentrated fogati of ing netary fogati of cholestero. you can eat one egg a day. ell s have been shonke to help ãhaith weight management. they have beneficial nutrients. putags and s trembp are high in dietary cholesterol, but we have to watch ous a for the fats fou in meats, cheeses, and ice cream. that's what rbeises the bad foumonels in o. >> so eggs ok to eat even if you have high cholesterly c. nt> unless your dly?tor advises otherwise. we have to watch ous a for the therour-putag omelets with the cheese. >> you introduced me to somethine anew. nt> can use it as you would bron rice. it is.
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>> uinooa. they are pnkiriend with fiber wh helps fill us up. there are bfor tgeus a, aon.aro harect bigrent whole gre from. i brou are ft one of my fto for. this is actindslly a really sime the great thing about quinoa, it ã thaoot. is less than brown rice. i have a half a cus achl parsle und alons, and so fres wi
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make it on sunday and use it monday thro"mh wednesdjus or thur>> sjus. a little sea salt. >> it is a great lill ch. nt> and pnkiriend with protein. >> i'm going shopping later on this morng. >> thasea you for coming in. >> the time now is 7:27. 45 degrees on tv hil. y soffiy with us. you're watching "11 news sunday morning." id [ female announcer ] with xfinity, you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies than ever. and more ways to discover them too.
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>> welcome back to "11 news sill day molowinaro" thasea yng us. joi- >> we'll take a look outside ãhaith a id so far shaping up to another great day. >> we are expecting a ffor tg p of sill shine as we head throughout your sunday. 45 the fmf temperature. it feels coore p bus a it is ab normal by at least 5 degrees now. we hto fe clooffes in place. partly sunny skies as we head into the afternoon. a chad e for showers in the evening hours. high temperatures aroill d 64 f the city. south winds today. it looks like we warm up into the smonen-djus. haetbeils coming up. >> thank you, ava. tembe for a look at whadrs comig
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savanah gutherie joins us with whatl. coming up on3 meet the press." >> good morning. wme you will hto fe's- i aswme you will have coverage of the primary. >> yes. we wilc13 e talking abous a this race in wisconsin. a lot of peoy foue offilk abous santoye m's last big opportunit to demonstrate he's a contender in this casinst parntor13 talt. about that he's the candidate of the midwest, somebody who can really win those states in a general election setting, which are so cye cial. but he hasn't yet pulled off a victoati in his big soffite lik ohio, illineat ts, or michigan, although in some cases he's come ã thalose. in wiund onsin our latest poll s him trailing romney by lench peat tnts. at the s6 c13 >e time romney has momentum in the endorsements race. he has marco rubec.
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those things where you have republican leaders coming behind him and sjusing, it is time to wrap up this process. a contilooed procehos is soffip to damage the party. those are some of the issues and prehosures that santoye m is facing. we'll ask him about that when he jeat tor us. >> i know the other big talker is the health care. it is s foh an interesting coor titutional issue. constitutional question coupled with election year ply citics. >> you said it. it is kind of the perfect stoga. as you sbeid, these comy fouevel setting. the setting is this political calendar. wech this was the president's signature domestic tccomy fouishmentand democrats spent more a than a year comeyi to get this past. based on the oral arguments, i don't think ale sone. >> uestioor that it is in someple being struck down. we will ac senator charles
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sh13 er on theple committee, and of course a key mund aber in the senate what hes to say about it and what he thinks the effect wilc13 e on the ã tha6 c13 >k tign whatever the s by reme court decides to do. >> svavna, thasea you so m fo w >> c tristians mark palm sunday at the church of the holy sey fouicure it is the djus nkicoaming to biblical accounts jesus returned to the holy city before his cye sifixion. many believe this was built on the site of the cye ise identification and's- crusifixion f -- >> here in baltimore, practicing the power of fbeith in n13 bers. hundreds of teens and young adfor tts didple the 19th annual youth and young adult pilgrammage. this monent soffip us the bputa
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of holy week for catholics. they march three miles to st. katherinl. catholioschurch. >> will smith was the host of the awaams show that aired live last nig thi on nikelodeon. first lady michelle obama was n ared a sliy fong. halle berry was not so lucky. justin bieber, i would calc13 hat sprjused with slembinst ms. obama was on hand to present a public service awaam to offiyr swi po who was awaamed for her work with tornado victims in the west. >> good trasmtion. >> animal rescue joins us with a pet looking for a good hominst nt> we are still taking tax questions. you can e-mbeil tspe questioor
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offixquestioor @wbaltv.com. >> maybe we should start the nfor tgs by being slimed. >> no! >> i take that back. >> we have green on the r
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>> good morning. ie start you wif haowntown. 35 at b.w.i. winds are mrsetly calm rig thi now. it doesn't feel too bad as you step out doors. te a keratures are act6 c13 lly above nogatial for this time of year. that has been the trend this entee,e winter and spring seaso. t typically this time of year normal is in the 30's. iy mare above t
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fool's day. at the outer bant. carolina, these are off-shore. rains pushing out of chicago. by to the north bjus. ã thaly cd enough for snow in ups new york. let's look at the rest of the area. our temperatures now in the 40's around the downtown aretut 48 in a of aply cis. 38 in frostburg. 38 in oakland. cputais. enrsethe hoy clooff tha 3s geat tng to break apart north of hagerstown. they are seeing a litthe hoe ã thalearine athere.
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now that it is spring, there iilc13 e abalui6 c13 >k shot at rain showers. sunny with high of 64. 63 for a high in the mountbeior mainly by late in the afternoon. heading into baltimore by the late eveonang hours. q he's for the overnight lows with mostly cloudy skies as we head into tomorrok cooler tomorrow, but with sunshine. tue>> sjus 65. another chad e for showers latr into the day. hict6 prehosure t3 ing concomely c by the end of the week. we may coom down, -- we may cool haown, bof h we soffiy >> joining us to answer your tax questions is p6 c13 >the cing ofthe cing,
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kine a& ahosct sprtes. we're getting down to the wire d yow, so what do people do if they are not quite ready to file. >> we would s >gest to do an extension. we file an extension. remember it is an ewheension to file the retur. t if you think you owe, you need to send monlti with that eveniteor io. t >> any amount? or the whole amount. nt> lots of pecy foue have peestions. i have an i.r.a. with a value of $230,000. i would like tothe cnow what th mandatory withdrawal will be so i can m3 e n- esparati adjusts iith taxes. i have an annuity in addition to sct sprc13 e. i rilou id ominst >> w annl, the rule is, you hav to start taking these minemb13 re peee, be ens so since this person already retired, she has to soffip u t3 ing her minemb13 concomeibutions by
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2014. base on lg she could go to her c.p.a. and they could tell her how to tmpust hly csmngs or h that e taken out ahead of time. the value will not be detery fod before d- be ber banswors it out. you can't know that now. i cane. going to be. she has until 2014 to take oof that monlti. >> this could be complicated. my two sons whether adopted 7 o+ t 8 years ago. they came back to live with me, their biological mom and fathetr they sjus they have the rig thi to claim them as dependents. who has that rig thi? >> the rputas pary to claemb a person as a dependent there are five tess
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one of which is a support. have you to provide more than 50% of the persoighs s by pop u. the adoptive -- the relationship test. when thethe cids were adopted, biological parents legally gave up their rig this to the children so they would notbal6 c13 lify for the relationship test. ã6owwheter, there is another rf that sjuss -- or qualifying relative. g lition, you can ã thalaemb a person who lives wit you in your household as a en be ber of your h member of a dependent. that means biolobercal parens y in reality, whoever files the retu-i fee,st and claembs theth first, the i.r.s. will probably accept that return, because they haone. if a second return is filed, that return willteery j- and you wilc13 ave to go through the process of trying to detegatiine who really is entitd to the children. you may have to get an i.ruld .
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ye ling for that oninst ãen> they have had the children since february 2011. they would pass the s by pop u test, but it may be tricky about the relatioor hiuntest for adenttedthe cids. >> thank you for coming in. >> we get down to the wee,inst g question, we want to answer it d yevenit weeg ã thaan you ac your tspebaluestio to wbaltv.com or go to wbamenaxcoostand cli6 c13 >k on conicatmer tlep u. >> if you would like to get in to cah with thethe cings call 410-486-45eeg. you can also check out their web site atthe cingkinaroco01 stjus with us. animal rescue is joining us with a pet looking for a good home. ãen> soffiy with us. first we want to show you last d yig thie an winithng lootest- lotte have tirers. hope you have them. ad
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ãen> wing tcome back. joining us now, two new kitens fouooking for t ãen> who are these? >> this is hemingway and this is haicfor sor . they are identical twin cats. except i don't know if you can - >it is hardest- h be ingwjus haa spot on his nose that dickens does not h that inst other than thaand they are identical. they are very attached to each other. we would l thaae th be to go together. they are swheten months old. they are 2eeg%the citte. t they love to play and run and roens and cuddlinst ie have been fi1 so they are used to other cats. thlti are used to d+
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s. they are very wing tl adjusted already. they would m3 e a great aan ition to any hominst >> speaking of fostering, that's what you normally do when cas tre reagh for adoption. >> we have a lot -- this is what ie callthe citt. t ie have a lot o and puppies in desperate need of fitlter homes. g web site and call us. we can ga.e you the detbeils. it is a lot of fun. it is easy. you are basically caring for the01 when they are old enough to be tdopted, thlti wilc13 o into the shemener or one of our pet smar locations or something l thaae that. hopefully people will respond today. it is a lot of eeg.. t especially if you are not ready for a full-time pet. >> it is a good way to te- see if they are ready. >> somehow people end up handing
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ow,- not ready. >> these two are up for adenttion. thlti are so cutinst if you would like to help out animal res. i that d ga.e them a call. the number isst 17-993-3232. animalrescueinc.org. ãen> come che6 c13 >k oay thesethe citd cs. thlti are so cute! >> coming up, we're in the 11 newsthe citchen for "icatndjus ow,ye d h". >> ava has another look at your forecast. stjus with us. you are watching "11 news sunday you are watching "11 news sunday morning." ad [ male announcer ] for the dreamers...
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>> we are minutes away from nbc's spotday "todjus shothey a" good morning, lester. sorry you didn't win the lotteai ow,y the wjus. >> what are you going to do? i would keep my day jry ahat yw i thid l. >> no he wouldn't. >> no he would not. >> bay it sounded good comine a out of my mouth anyway. all right. fouet me tell p this morning.
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we will have images from that pbt byue fli>> it where a pilo went on a midair rant. three states and three winners. the l caky owners of the mega-millions. the record $640 million jackpot. ithe cnow fly cks in baltimore anxiously awaiting. another one of the pland ts whe folks are wbeiting to find out who bought those tickets. thenow there's an ai.r for that an 8-year-ly cd f 2led a multii state theft ring. how did he do it? we'll find oay coming up. and prince harry. we'll find out why there is somethine awild aboay harry. those stories and more when pbnna and i see you later on todac >> she's cooking up "sunday brpotch13 >> good morithng. >> in towson.
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>> good morning, baltimore. >> the food smells y aneat. >> what i did today, i am making what is called> iloety ple frooi ginst oh, my gosh, i bought too much, what do i do? day. potato and vegetable and roasted red pratpers and eveatithintat tu-i it into this. >> how do you do that? >> i'm g 2ng to soffirry with i mo-m. what is that? a garlic-onion-sit russ extra virgin olive oil saund t. i put that in my pan. why go through more choi.ring .rrond t >> n. >> wy f do that. >> then i add some white wine.
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ã6er sms what i do t are jus. ye dabedirs, two types of green peppers. r".sted. very we'porryant to bri>> iten it up. >> why chop it if you done. to. i use that. now, you want to slow cook this ãcooor 45 minayes. what cho g 2ng to hai.ren is th the vegetabled are going to byender these01 that cho g 2ng to create your vegetable broth. eer they are coofor sd dowthao ddt it in the food processor. >> and you puree it. ãendo ti pt thee it and blend i together. to keep it lactose free, i take pooffitoes, mash them up with ow,randy and butter to cream my soup. that wjus it is gluten frethat lalioitle free, vegan and vegetarian. >> if you didtodat want to do that, you could use some kind of cream.
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>> as01 t little 3 >t ofhasverything is perfect. >> and it t3 es aboayh a5 orniinayes bl >> 45 minutes. after that puree it. tan your potatitl or creani. serve it with nice hot bread. you have an amazing meal in an ã6our. >> you m sae it sound easy. >> easy. >> g t are jus cho rn site wbaltv.com. ã thalible onow fo are or you are wing tcome to send u self-addressed stamped envelope to 3800 hoenter ave kithat d ow,altimore, maryland 21211. ava? >> i found the sn iny anedd cnt. >> absolutely. >> the seven-day forecast. t choor chad e for showers t evening. dry tomorrow. 60, 65 tuesdjus with another channd t for showers. >> thank you. >> thad l you.
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>> the season ended tuesday. a few ganies shorry for the l s terrapior . the university of maryland women cho basfor stbalc13 eani led by ã tha".ch brenda frese made the state proud. off the courry, c".ch frese has ã thaemented her pitlition as a warrior mom. with her son cho dndagnitlis of leukke she could to help. she lry3 >ed cony aness to pro7 de cad er-fighting drugs. she raised money through team tyler born out of the ren n and love former and current players have for the if bing to teacher. she is not just an example of a good coach, she cho anhasxample the person we want ot th childr to be. with a coach like that, the l sy
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