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>> coming up, the national weather service confirms several tornadoes touched down here in maryland. we'll have the latest. >> an 11-year-old boy shot and killed in harford county. who police say pulled the trigger. >> chaos on the streets of cairo after egypt's former president is sentenced. >> a day of celebration for the biden family. "11 news sunday morning" starts right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> a day of surveying the damage. the national weather service confirms several tornados touched down here in maryland. welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. one of the tornados was actually in the fallston area.
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who knew there were seven tornadoes in our area? ava marie is here with us. >> i knew the one in falston, also in b.w.i., and also nearby there in damascus. they were weak tornados. ef-0 to ef-1 range. still strong enough to cause damage, but not the brutal, really strong tornadoes that you tend to see out in the plains of the ef-4 range. nonetheless, that did cause damage across the area. also a report at b.w.i. where they have not confirmed the size of that tornado. we'll have more information as the national weather service comes back with those surveys. for now, looking for quiet weather as the clean-up effort will continue throughout the weekend. we expect quiet conditions early on as we look at the current
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conditions now at b.w.i. 54 degrees, skies clear as we head into the afternoon. temperatures expected to be in the upper 70's. a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm today. not a big deal. we'll have details when we come back in the forecast. >> well, the tornadoes did touchdown in several areas. >> one man says he would be dead if he had showed up for work. >> less than 24 hours after a storm damaged the area. the worst damage occurred here in falston, a commercial area known for ought motive sales and -- automotive sales and repairs.
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>> in 15 minutes i would have been sitting at my desk, which is a pile of rubble. i think i would have been dead. >> john was 15 minutes away when the storm struck and demolished his trailer. >> it must have went up in the air, hit some cars, came down on one, and then wound up -- i guess that's 150 feet away. my desk is right under the center of the pile. and what you're seeing there is the floor of the trailer, actually. so it would have been bad. >> as dennis assessed the damage left by the storm, he also thinks about his friend of 25 years, keith matthews. matthews who owns a car detailing store down the hill is now recovering in the hospital with serious injuries after his business collapsed on him during the storm. >> the walls collapsed. a friend of mine pulled the cinder blocks off him and got him out. >> dennis feels like he and
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matthews got a second lease on life, and truly appreciates its blessings. such a new perspective on things. i have a wife and two kids. that's what's important. i'm still here for them. >> nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and the weather service confirmed tornadoes in virginia as well. >> flash floods did quite a bit of damage and knocked out power to homes and businesses. >> residents and crews began cleaning up what mother nature ripped apart. in just a matter of hours, tornadoes barreled through four states and the d.c. area. >> 200 reports of severe weather. of those, especially in the east, mid-atlantic, we had 13 tornado reports. >> one confirmed tornado tore through a town. it was reported as a water spout
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across the chesapeake bay. in maryland a dramatic rescue. three teens held on for dear life after being trapped under a bridge over a flooded river. firefighters lifted all three to safety. >> three young lives could have been swept away at a moment. it is scary. >> today one of the teens described those harrowing moments. >> we knew it was going to rain, we didn't know it was going to be endless. >> in washington, d.c., more close calls as drivers heading home during the evening commute barely escaped this flooded underpass. >> it rose up from three feet to six feet within -- >> just like that? >> just like that. >> and at robert morris, high winds ripped apart this inflatable dome. 10 people inside at the time made it out without severe injury.
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a season wherefore casters say anything can happen. nbc news, new york. >> baltimore city police are investigating a shooting in west baltimore. police say the victim was found in the 1700 block of west saratoga street. the 22-year-old male was shot multiple times in the head and back. he was taken to shock trauma. no word on his condition. >> also in the city police searching for a suspect after an early morning shooting in the southeast part of the city. police responded to a gas station. there they found dejon bowman with a gun shot wound to the head. he later died at the hospital. >> the shooting death of an 11-year-old boy. 11 news said the tragedy is compounded by the fact that the alleged shooter is the boy's younger brother. it happened while the two were playing in the woods near their home. barry sims with the story. >> harford county executives are calling this a tearible tragedy.
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11-year-old michael alexander is dead. investigators believe the 8-year-old brother pulled the trigger of a gun the two had found. >> alexander zoke never made it to the hospital. he was shot in the head. he died on the way to a landing zone where a state police helicopter was ready to transport him to johns hopkins pediatric in baltimore. sky team 11 covered the scene as sheriff's deputies covered their investigation in pilesville. a remote area in northern harford county. >> a grandparent called because they heard shots fired while the kids were playing in the woods. they had identified to deputies that they did not have guns in the house. >> at first deputies believed someone was shooting in the woods. especially after talking to michael's 8-year-old brother. >> it was identified by the child at the scene, that he saw his brother fall. we used canine and air support to look at the area to see if we
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could see anyone in the area that was hunting or target practicing to see where perhaps this random shot had come from. >> as the investigation continued, deputies found a handgun hidden not far from where the shooting happened. >> we determined that the 8-year-old accidentally shot his brother, the 11-year-old. >> investigators say they also learned the boys had removed the gun from a secured area of an elderly neighbor's property. they apparently learned about the weapon while at the neighbor's house to do yard work. >> this is a tragedy, and our hearts are with the families. >> we're told each boy was living with and being raised by a different grandparent. no charges have been filed at this time. the case will get reviewed by the hard ford county states attorney. reporting from the news room, barry sims, 11 news. >> it has been a busy week for governor martin o'malley serving
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as the keynote speaker for two democratic meetings. he spoke last night at the main democratic convention. earlier in the day he addressed the new hampshire democratic party convention. at both events he defended president obama's record of creating jobs. >> there may be many political talking points in this election year, but the economy will never be far from the spotlight. while the weak recovery spells trouble for president obama, mitt romney's financial success may be a potential weak spot. brian mooar has the story from washington. >> another bad jobs report is really bad news for president obama. his message to congress this weekend is, get moving for the state sake of the economy. >> our businesses have created almost 4.3 million new jobs over the last seven months. as we learned in this week's jobs report, we are not creating them fast enough. >> the economy created 65,000
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jobs last month. that's less than half of what was expected. >> consumers are tapped out right now. that is being reflected in consumer sales. when you have poor sales and you are a small business owner, the last thing you will do is take on new employees. >> republicans are blaming the president. >> well, you can't be pro-jobs and anti-business. >> as the g.o.p. rallies around mitt romney, the presumptive nominee released his own financial information. he is reportedly between $83 million and $255 million. he has most of his wealth from bain capital. from main street to the white house, concerns over a lack luster economy.
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>> vice president joe biden stepped into a different role yesterday as father of the bride. he walked his father down in the brandywine in delaware. it is the first church where she was adopt -- where she was baptized as a baby. it was a joint jewish-catholic wedding. >> they are saying an apple a day keeps the doctor away has been replaced by aspirin. we'll tell but it in "medical alert." >> and a commemoration of the war of 1812. we'll take you back 200 years. >> ava has your 11 forecast iv q
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>> good morning. we're starting you off with a live view of downtown. the sun starting to come up.
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it will rise at 6:41. 52 at the inner harbor. the humidity at 86%. we're still on the backside of that powerful storm system that came through friday. it brought all the severe weather, including seven confirmed tornadoes. now you can see we have mostly clear skies on the satellite. the radar looking dry as well. that may not be the case as we head later into the day. a storm system is heading to our north. basically parking and staying in place. it will shift to the mid-atlantic. it is that instability that could bring weather late into the day afmente storm system builds across the plains. this one stays to our south as that upper level low could be the dominant power for us. looking at h.d. doppler, you can
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see that counter clock wise circulation here around the area of low pressure. showers building from the lower great lakes all the way down into upstate new york. this could help kick off showers even around baltimore. looking at current temperatures, we have 50's and 60's downtown. 50's and 60's across the lower eastern shore. 46 in oakland. it has that colder air that came in behind the front and that's helping keep the mountains cool er. 60's in some of the higher spots. should get up to 70 degrees. they will have a lot more clouds in the sky. they are closer to that area of low pressure. therefore showers and thunderstorms possible at any time especially into the afternoon. we also could see a couple more showers moving into southern pennsylvania, including york county. baltimore and south, it is a dry day early on. it is later on that we have a better threat to see any wet weather. ocean city 76 the high
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temperature. as for baltimore itself, upper 70's to low 80's. sunshine to start off. we could see an isolated shower or thunderstorm. the winds west today at 10 to 15 miles per hour. it will be a little breezy at times, especially later on. and if you have outdoor plans, keep in mind a possibility of outdoor weather. you don't have to cancel your plans yet, but keep an eye to the sky if you plan to be out. tomorrow a slight chance for a thunderstorm later into the afternoon. a better chance for showers on tuesday. seven-day forecast, we cool down drastically with aarea of low pressure building on in. that will keep us in the low 70's throughout the week. in fact, our rain chances increase wednesday and thursday and we could have more showers into the area, and we should dry out by next saturday. >> in north baltimore residents kicked off their summer at charles village and fun festival. it features live music.
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tuesday, beer and wine. community leaders say they were relieved to see not one rain drop after the recent storm. >> this a great day after the storms we had last night. i was afraid we would be rained out. >> if you missed it yesterday, you can catch the festival today. the event is set-up at the charles community foundation. >> the old baltimore carrousel is making a comeback. the city pulled the plug on the carrousel after its operator ran into financial trouble earlier this year. one of the proposals includes a new carrousel with a blue crab and an oriole bird. they must be looking at a possible location for the new carrousel. carrousels are a big hit with kids. hopefully it will come back. >> a promising new study getting attention in our "medical alert." the hope is it could lead to a
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new avenue of attack against some forms of the deadliest cancer. >> queen elizabeth's birthday. we'll take you to day-one of the four-day diamond jube lee festivities. >> a 15-year-old girl who died in a car crash in april is being remembered in a bridal shop in westminster. i'in
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>> another plus for the wonder drug asprin. taking aspirin on a regular basis can reduce risk for skin cancer. including malignant melanoma. keep keep in mind, taking aspirin and ibuprophin has risks of its own, and the study did
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not prove cause and effect. >> a promising new study from johns hopkins getting attention when it comes to cancer. doctors hope it could lead to a new avenue of attack against the deadliest cancers. nbc's robert bozel. >> it is a new approach. using the body's immune system to help fight cancer. this man had advanced lung concern. >> i was looking at month to month. >> his tumor, seen melting away over a period of months. ken saw similar results. >> i couldn't believe it but in four or five months or so i was starting to see shrinkage in my lymph nodes and lungs and the area where my kidney had been removed. >> doctors at johns hopkins saw positive results with advanced melanoma. >> there is a common denominator
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for many kipeds of cancers -- kinds of cancers. in our view, this is unprecedented. >> the treatment is in its earlyest phase. >> typically in a phase 1 you don't expect much in the way of clinical activity. we actually saw activity. tumor shrinkage, in some cases, the tumors completely shrinking away. >> here's how it works. white blood cells which kill bacteria and viruses often try to kill cancer cells, but a barrier is built up. the treatment brings that barrier down. tumors shrank from 18% to 22% depending on the type of cancer. at this year's conference planning is underway to compare to other treatments and looking at side-effects. for more than a century the scientists have been working to harness the body's immune system
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to fight cancer. only now is that hard work paying off. >> i want to live long enough for the cure. maybe i have. >> while it is not a cure, for many, it is a hopeful beginning. nbc news, chicago. >> researchers are blaming obesity for a recent up-tick in kidney stones. up 33% since 1984. obesity and gout are risk factors. that's because people who are obese tend to have more animal fat in their diets which can trigger kidney stones. >> researchers collected samples from typical office settings. in three cities they identified more than 500 types of bacteria, most which came from human skin or the nasal, oral, and intestimony natural --
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intestinal cavity. chairs and phones were more contaminated than desks or computers, and offices used by men had more bacteria than those used by women. >> more coming up on "11 news sunday morning." first a look at events going on around town this weekend. lysol knows the softq places we love
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>> as baltimore gears up to commemorate the 200 anniversary of the start of the war of 1812, visit baltimore is offering new ways to see the city's rich history. aboard the anapolitan ii, an experience that will take you back in time. one of two watermark vessels taking people out on a flet floating history lesson about the war of 1812. >> we take them back and explain what the war is all about, but more importantly, what it meant to america. it defined the nation and gave us the national anthem. >> it is all part of the land and sea national anthem tour included in visit baltimore star spangled bat banner activity. you will visit fells point and of course, fort mchen tri --
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mchenry. >> some people say it brings tears to your eyes because you get an idea of what it is like to be out on a ship and not knowing what the outcome is going to be. >> watermark spent the last two years training tour guides in the war of 1812. frederick taylor portrays francis scott key. >> something makes me happier than to hear someone say, that happened here? and i say, yes, it did. >> if you are more of a land lubber, don't worry. there are plenty of things you can do on land. >> the water mark is a cruise an the water. zee best is taking their trolly around town t depends on what you want to see. >> visit baltimore is offering five new packages, and everything is at discount prices to help you enjoy baltimore's rich history. >> a really cool way to experience some of those sites. as long as i lived here, i had
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never done the tour by sea before. gee, that was a hard day at work. >> 5:29. 58 degrees on tv hill. four men accused of the times square car bombing learn their fate. that coming up. >> anger erupts as egypt's former president escapes the death penalty. the latest when we cover the world. >> yesterday was bright and sunny. today we could see a few more clouds and maybe a couple rain drops. we'll tell you why when we come back in the insta-weather plus forecast.
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thanks for joining us. >> ava is here with another look outside. it was just a lovely day yesterday. >> it really was. today i think it starts off lovely. things could change as we head toward the afternoon. what a spectacular day yesterday. we had bright sunshine, especially toward the afternoon. 75 is the temperature we hit at b.w.i. thurgood marshall. you compare that to normal, we weren't too high off of that. humidity 86%. a few clouds in the sky. winds calmt. -- calm. an upper level storm system in place across the east.
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pretty isolated if anything today. most of your day is dry with a few more clouds and temperatures on the warmer side toward the upper 70's. we'll have details of what's happening in the seven-day when we come back. >> covering the world this morning, protests in egypt due to hosni mubarak getting a life sentence for failing to stop the killing of protesters during egypt's uprising. he and his son were cleared of corruption charges. our report from cairo. >> thousands of protesters demonstrated in cairo and in cities across the country on saturday after a decision that convicted former president hosni mubarak, the man that ruled egypt with an iron fist for close to 50 years was given a life sentence for his involvement in killing of
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protesters in an action that ousted him from leadership in 2011. protesters in cairo and elsewhere have been angered by the acquittal of six senior officials who served under president mubarak. the prosecutor said he would appeal the decision that acquitted mubarak and his two sons on corruption charges, as well as the charges that acquitted the six senior officials for their killings of the protesters. they have to face charges that they manipulated the egyptian stock market for profit. nbc news, cairo. >> eye pakistanis court acquitted four men in connection with the failed time square car bombing. they were accused of helping the pakistanis carry out his attempted attack in may of 2010. that attack fizzled when the explosives in his vehicle produced smoke but no blast. he pleaded guilty in the u.s. and to life in prison.
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>> more news from overseas, this time from london where queen elizabeth is celebrating 60 years on the thrown. four days of diamond jubilee festivitied. the queen and her husband prince philip at the ebson derby. here's kaczynski -- here's michelle kaczynski with more. >> for her the opening of this landmark jubilee was spent at what she best loves -- a day at the races. but no ordinary one this. the crowd brimming over with national pride. >> a flag pursuit brought in by parachute. she wore her favorite color and a smile. members of the royal family decided understated.
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>> the queen looks so happy. >> all over you find the posh, the home grown, and astonishingly proper picnic in a parking lot, and chopped ryan on the street. -- a chopped rhine on the street. >> where the queen can't be, she turns up in cardboard. >> bad weather continues to be a concern. they will build an unprecedented flotilla tomorrow. >> if we get drowned out, well, this is england. >> in the past few weeks, out visiting her subjects. nothing seems able to dampen the
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celebration here. its very britishness as much as of its queen. nbc news, london. >> someone said yesterday it seems like she has been queen forever. 60 years. my goodness. >> forever as long as i can remember. >> i know. >> looking for the latest trends in summer fashion, we have a front row seat at the first ever ista show with ava marie next. >> and we have a chance for showers yesterday, unlike yesterday where it was beautiful and sunny. details coming up in the insta-weather plus forecast. >> i'm rob roblin. it is a hot and hard job, the job of being a lineman. we'll show you what it's like. that
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a>> good morning. we're starting you off with a live look at skycam. we have 54 at thurgood marshall. winds mostly calm right now. they could pick up again as we head toward the afternoon, much like what we saw yesterday. it was a little breezy at times. the satellite almost completely clear. just a few thin clouds off the coast of ocean city, and the radar completely dry as well. that could change as we head toward afternoon. there is an upper level storm system heading to our north. sparking showers in lower michigan. this could start to push down into the mid-atlantic today. other than that, our powerful storm system that brought all the severe weather is well out
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to see. thunderstorms moving through oklahoma and kansas. this warm front will be heading east. this area of low pressure will keep that storm to our south. this upper level low will shift south and will increase our chances for rain and drop down our temperatures as cooler air gets brought in from the north. right now temperatures on the cool side. look out west. oakland 46. forecast for today, a cooler start in the mountains will be cooler toward afternoon. 70 degrees for the high temperature. they have a better chance to see showers and thunderstorms at any point today, but especially toward afternoon. same case in southern pennsylvania. as for central and southern maryland, this is more of an afternoon event, but even then activity should be isolated,
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including in baltimore and cease. eastern shore, mostly a dry day. dover a high of 76. if you plan on being out on the bay today, winds west at 1 to 6 knots. no major concerns today as far as small craft advisories go. the next high tide at 6:08 this morning and then 6:18. shoast shows should be isolated. 77 on tuesday. seven-day forecast. dropping into the low 70's mid week. rain chances increase. even then only a 30% chance. >> when we see the linesmen come out to repair lines. >> the job of a linesman is not easy. you have to be in top physical
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condition, and you have to be able to work in all kinds of weather. rob roblin gave us an idea of what it is like to be a lineman. >> b.g.e. decided it would be a good idea to demonstrate what it takes for their linemen to make repairs when your power is lost. here at their training center in white marsh, they got me suited up. >> you get a feel for what it is. >> the gloves can fill. >> before you get to rise to the top of the pole, you have to learn how to climb to the top of the pole. pete smith has been climbing poles and repairing lines for over 20 years. he makes it look easy. >> it is a challenging and physical job. you must be in physical shape to do this job. >> you are in shape? you work out, don't you?
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>> yes, pretty much every day. especially when you are on the post. you are getting your workout then. >> swing that other leg out and in. >> since i didn't have the right shoes, i went to the top of the pole in a bucket truck, like the ones you see on the side of the roads making repairs. with all the safety gear you have to wear, the heat becomes a quick problem. >> i have these on, and it is hot and miserable. and you have to work in all kinds of weather? >> absolutely. we have to wear gloves and sleeves. that that is our protection. >> our last bit of information was line splicing. imagine, you are in the air, it is hot. you are 60 feet in the air. the big part for me is the safety gear. >> your hands and fingers are -- you have one on, but can't get this one on. >> all the training, all this
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equipment, and all the safety gear is to protect the people who repair the power lines when your power goes out. >> that's why it takes a little longer to get the power on. but we will get it back on. >> smell my arm. >> smell that! he was very prout of it. >> but we don't want you repairing our power, rob. >> a young lady did not have a chance to go to the prom. she is helping others find the perfect prom dress. >> plus a look at the top fashion trends and familiar faces when we come back. >> look at that dress. first a will the lot -- look at
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last night's winning lottery numbers. graduation, huh ?
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>> baltimore's fashionistas. the event kicked off at specials at harbor east retailers. you also might recognize some of our gefts as our very own ava marie. here's sarah caldwell. she is caucus walking the catwalk there. >> the legacy of a 16-year-old carroll county girl whose life was cut short in a tragic car accident last month lives on one prom dress at a time. >> they created rita's closet.
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nadia ramdass has that story. >> so many memories have been created here. from brides looking for stunning wedding gowns to hopeful prom queens looking to turn heads. >> the prom has a theme, a roman theme. she saw that dress and she said oh, i have to try it on. >> she remembers the day her 16-year-old daughter found her perfect prom dress. >> how did she look that day? >> stunning. absolutely stunning. >> a dress the junior westminster high school student never had an opportunity to wear to her prom. >> she was really special. >> rita maderas died in a weather-related car crash in april. the last picture taken of her was her trying on her prom dress. the day before her fatal accident. incidently, her prom dress was with her at the time of the
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crash. rita had a passion for life and enjoyed the gift of giving. they teamed up to form rita's closet. a program where people can donate dresses to young girls in need. she helped many people through mission trips. she thought what a beautiful way to give back in the community and perpetuate her ideal. >> so far over 400 have been kicked off in april. through the program, 110 girls were able to dance at their prom with the dress of their dreams. becky dropped off her previously worn prom gown. >> rita would do the same thing if she were here. she is busy and helping, and she's still able to do that.
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>> she would have made a huge difference. now she will make a difference. >> if you are interested in donating a dress, just head to our web site at wbaltv.com. in westminster, nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> stay with us. there is much more ahead on "11 news sunday morning." >> coming up in sports, we'll check in again not to rehash something unpleasant, but a perspective with someone who is close to what went wrong at the end of the afc championship game. game. plus the ori i should be arrested for crimes against potted plant-kind.
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could be home to bacteria. so use lysol disinfectant spray on soft surfaces everyday when you're cleaning up to kill 99.9% of bacteria. lysol. mission for health. >> good morning. want to talk about a conversation i had yesterday with sam cook, the ravens punter. i hadn't had a chance to talk to sam since the afc championship
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game. it ended on a missed billy cundiff field goal. one billy has taken full responsibility for making. well, there was chaos leading up to the kick, and here is how sam saw things. >> it was a mess at that time. and kind of looking up at the score clock and everything and seeing what down it was, and i really thought of a second down. we never heard any field goal alert calls or anything like that. well, the next thing i know, jerry is calling us out on the field. i thought maybe we were kicking on third down, but apparently it was fourth down. the board was only reading third down. it was really a complete mess. i think the best plan would have been to call a time-out, reset, and not have everybody so rushed. >> a little miscommunication.
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tougheneding for the afc title. >> the orlseor got back on -- the orioles got back on track. carlos pena gets a little run support from aun an unlikely source. his second r.b.i. of the year. bottom four, maddu. madous. he struck out. he went 7 -- he went seven and a third. the throw was there, but the perfect slide from sean rodriguez. tied at one. top seven. andino. chopper to third. fires wide to first. mark reynolds. he comes in. ryan flarety looking to follow. therefore a 2-1 game. baltimore in the lead. bottom eight, bases loaded.
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maddus. i'll get that. 4-6-3 double play ends the inning. bottom nine, jim johnson the save. he went 1-2-3. johnson ties for the major league lead. madison 2-1. orioles go for the series victory later today. that's a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. we'll see you back here tonight at 6:00. >> 5:56 and 66 degrees on tv hill. here's a look ahead to our next hour. >> an 11-year-old harford county boy shot and killed. his brother may have pulled the trigger. >> the clean-up continues for those areas hardest hit by friday's severe weather. >> the weather now out to sea, but the upper level low still hanging around. stay with us. details in the insta-weather plus forecast.
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>> the national weather service confirms seven tornadoes touched down here in maryland. good morning. welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm jennifer franciotti. >> i'm lisa robinson. one of the tornadoes was in the falston area of harford county. >> i am sad to hear seven tornadoes were reported. that surprised me because we did not have that many reports at the time. and now as the national weather service is surveying the damage, they are coming up with this. normally you get a lot of
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reports of tornadoes and they get that down to lots of numbers. we actually had seven confirmed now by the national weather service, including two in damascus where a barn was damaged. also several homes. those were both ef-0 tornadoes about a quarter of a mile long. pleasant hill was rated an ef-1. that caused damage to an industrial area. now we are expecting it to be much quieter. skies mostly clear. winds sbeft at 3 miles per hour. as we head into the afternoon, high temperatures should be in the upper 70's. sunshine earlier on and clouds later on. maybe a thunderstorm. nothing scapt. something to keep in mind if you plan to be outside. details in the forecast coming up.
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>> one man says he would be dead if he had arrived to work 15 minutes early -- earlier. nadia ramdass has that story. >> the sounds of repair and recovery could be heard throughout harford county saturday. less than 24 hours after a major storm ravaged the area. the worst damage occurred here on the 2000 road of bell air road in falston. an area known for automotive repairs. >> in 15 minutes i would have been sitting at my desk which is under that pile of rubble. i think i would have been dead. >> john dennis was on his way to his business, a storage lot for car dealers. he was 15 minutes away when the storm struck and demolished his trailer. >> it must have went up in the air, hit cars, came down on one, and then wound up -- i guess that's 150 feet away.
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my desk is under the center of the pile. what you are seeing there is the floor of the trailer, actually. so it would have been bad. >> as dennis assessed the damage left by the storm, he also thinks about his friend of 25 years, keith matthews. matthews who owns a car detailing store is now recovering in the hospital with serious injuries after his business collapsed on him during the storm. >> the walls collapsed. a friend of mine pulled the cinder blocks off him and got him out. >> dennis feels he and matthews got a second lease on life and truly appreciates its blessings. >> puts a new perspective on things. i have a wife and two kids. that's what's important. i'm still here for them. >> nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and the national weather center also confirmed tornadoes in virginia and in the nage's capital. residents are dealing with flash floods that did quite a bit of
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damage and also knocked out power to homes and businesses. here's nbc's michelle franzen with more. >> residents and crews throughout the mid-atlantic began cleaning up what mother nature ripped apart. in just a matter of hours, tornadoes and thunderstorms barreled through four states and the d.c. area. one confirmed decade tore through the town of hampton, virginia. it was spotted as a water spout churning across the chesapeake bay. in maryland a dramatic rescue in prince george's county. three teens held on for dear life on a bridge after being trapped on a flooded river. they were trapped four hours before firefighters lifted them to safety. >> to see a situation where three young lives could have been swept away at a moment is scary.
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>> today one of the teens described those harrowing moments. >> we knew it was going to rain, but we did not know it was going to be endless. >> in washington, d.c., more close calls as drivers heading home during the evening commute barely escaped this flooded underpass. >> it rose up from three feet to six feet. >> just like that? >> just like that. >> in pittsburgh at robert morris university flames ripped apart this dome. 10 people inside at the time made it out without injury. a season wherefore casters say anything can happen. nbc news, new york. >> baltimore city police investigating a shooting in west baltimore. a 22-year-old male was shot multiple times in the head and back. he was taken to shock trauma. no word on his condition. also in the city, police
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searching for a suspect after an early morning shooting in southeast. officers responded to the exxon gas station on east fayette. they found 18-year-old deshon bowman with a gun shot wound to the head. he later died at the hospital. >> the shooting death of an 11-year-old boy. the tragedy is compounded by the fact that the alleged shooter is the boy's younger brother. 11 news i-team reporter barry sims has that story. >> 11-year-old michael alexander szoke is dead. investigators believe his 8-year-old brother pulled the trigger of a gun he found. >> alexander never made it to the hospital. he died on the way to a landing zone where a state police helicopter was ready to trands -- transport him to johns
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hopkins pediatric. sky team 11 covered the scene as sheriff's investigators began their investigation in pylesville. a remote area in northern harford county. >> the grandparents called because they heard shots fired. they identified to deputies that they did not have guns in the house. >> at first deputies believed someone was shooting in the woods, especially after talking to michael's 8-year-old brother. >> it was identified by the young man at the scene that he saw his brother fall. we used canine and air support to look at the area to see if we could see anyone in the area that was hunting or target practicing to see where perhaps this random shot had come from. >> but as the investigation continued, deputies found a handgun hidden not far from where the shooting happened. >> we determined that the 8-year-old accidentally shot his
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brother the 11-year-old. >> investigators also learned the boy had removed the gun from a secure area of an elderly neighbor's property. they apparently learned of the weapon while at the neighbor's house to do yard work. >> this is a tragedy. our hearts are with the families. >> we're told each boy is living with and being raised by a different deprand parent. the case will get reviewed from the harford county state's attorney. reporting from the news room, barry sims, harford county news. >> it has been a busy weekend for governor martin o'malley serving as the key note speaker at two democratic meetings. o'malley spoke last night at the main democratic convention. earlier in the day he addressed the new hampshire democratic party convention. at both events he defended president obama's record of creating jobs. >> there may be many political talking points, but the economy
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will never be far from the spotlight in the elections. mitt romney's financial success could be a weak spot. brian mooar has that story from washington. >> another bad jobs report is really bad news for president obama. his message to congress this weekend is, get moving for the sake of the economy. >> our businesses have created almost 4.3 million new jobs over the last seven months. as we learned in this week's jobs report, we are not creating them fast enough. >> the economy added only 69,000 jobs last month. that is less than half of what analysts had expected. and the unemployment rate kicked up to 8.2%. >> consumers are kind of tapped out right now. that's being reflected in consumer sales. when you have poor sales and you are a small business owner, the last thing you will do is take on new employees. >> republicans are blaming the president. >> you can't be pro-jobs and anti-business.
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>> as the g.o.p. radical yids around -- rallies around mitt romney, his financial information is released. he's reportedly worth between $83 and 255 million. $4.5 million earned from his investments with bain capital. bain stands as romney's signature achievement in jobs creation. it is his area of greatest vulnerability for jobs lost in pain take-overs. concerns over a lack luster economic recovery. brian mooar, wbal-tv 11 news. >> vice president joe biden stepped into a different role yesterday as father of the bride. he walked his daughter ashley down the aisle in livingston, delaware the same church where she was baptized as a baby. she mary dr. howard klein, a plastic surgeon. the wedding was a joint
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jewish-catholic ceremony. reception followed at the biden's home in greenville. >> ok. a test for true marylanders. can you spot a true blue crab? if it looks blue, it seems like it is a blue crab, but maybe there is a new way to look at it. >> and we are days away from the opening of the third largest casino in the country. lowell melzer takes us inside for a sneak peek. >> first a live look outside. looks like a very pretty morning out there. ava has your forecast next. don't go away.y.3q lysol knows the soft places we love
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>> good morning. we're starting you off with a live view of the skycam at the inner harbor. it is currently 63 degrees. winds southwest at 3 miles per hour. we have beautiful clear skies overnight. if you had a chance to look at the moon, it was quite stunning as well. now we see plenty of sunshine as we start off the day.
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a few thin clouds as we start off the satellite picture. off the coast more clouds as you look into western pennsylvania. also into updathe state new york as well. so our storm system that caused all that severe weather on friday, that powerful cold front that moved through, now well out to sea. you can see it pushing off the east coast. the upper level storm system associated with it is still hanging back across the great lakes. this storm system basically stalling out and beginning to spin into itself. when that happens, it will not be moving any time soon. this upper level storm system will impact our weather in the east for the next couple days. one thing it will do, increase our chances of rain. we will see some sort of rain chance. we will also draw in cooler air from the north. we will see our temperatures drop down drastically for the next couple days. >> as for today, there is a chance that energy swinging around the flow could spark a shower or thunderstorm. later today around baltimore, you can see what's moping moving
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around kentucky. that's something that we would be watching out. current temperatures are near 53 in college park. 50 degrees in gaithersburg. only in the 40's in far western maryland where it is 46 in oakland and 49 in frostburg. currently 57 in ocean city. a look at your forecast today across the state. temperatures in the mountains in the upper 60's to low 70's. we'll have a lot more clouds building in, especially toward the afternoon where showers and thunderstorms are a lot more likely with that storm coming in from the west. also southern pennsylvania could see a couple showers. as for baltimore and southern parts of maryland, this will be more of an isolated shower or thunderstorm if we see anything today, something to keep in mind manipulately for the later half of the day. temperatures in the mid to upper 70's, including down into ocean city. 76 their high temperature. on the bay today, winds 5 noths. high tide coming in at ocean city. ocean city up t teins)of ersfro jobsaticc1ñne omiehe mat inalrd+ iew =ntun'ds havedgreakl:
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>> the old baltimore carrousel may be making a comeback in baltimore. two companies have submitted proposals to bring the carrousel
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back to the inner harbor. its operator ran into financial trouble earlier this year. one of the proposals includes a new carrousel with a blue crab and an oriole bird as two of its riding animals. >> how about a raven? a baltimore raven, too? >> a new scan to warm warn you about, this time involving the post office. how to avoid becoming victim. >> and their mission, find 500 cats and kitens a new home. more on how you can help area shelters. >> we are days away from maryland's largest casino grand opening. i'm lowell melzer. i'm lowell melzer. the story for you coming up.
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the post office saying you have a package waiting. the catch is, if it is left over so many days, you are left to pay for it. the link inside the e-mail could come with a virus or hidden code, take over your computer, and steal your information. >> the united states postal service for several years has been considered the most trusted government agency. so we are very much trusted. we are not sending out the smails, and people need to be aware. >> this is not the first scam to use the name of the u.s. postal service to rip people off. the best advice is check out fishy e-mails by picking up the phone and don't click on links. >> new plans for the historic bell prontmont property. howard county officials have decided to purchase the entire estate for the howard county community college. because of the agreement, the county had to wait until now to buy it back.
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they are working to bring stake holders together. we are hearing that the county is envisioning renting out the manner house for special events and using blent airpark for environmental programming. we learn the importance of the nature and the environment. >> the county bought the property for 89,000. the sale back in 2004 went for more than five million. i would say they got a steal. state officials are lawning a new program if they serve primarily home grown crabs and crab meat. in case you are wondering why it is not 100%, it is because fresh maryland crap meat is not available all the time.
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time now for a look back and a look ahead at the week on wall street. deborah kostroun has the weekend bloomberg business report. >> this past week, very disappointing jobs report. only 65,000 jobs in may. that is short of the 65,000 expected by economists. that is the smallest number of workers added in a year. the unemployment rate picking up to 8.2%. a report out friday showed manufacturing in the u.s. is cooling off, and that has been the bright spot at least for the u.s. economy fofert past three years. for the week, stocks were way down with the dow losing all its gains. this coming week electronics are taking center stage. november, stopey and nintendo
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starting things out. on tuesday, nintendo will unveil its first new consul model since 2006. meanwhile, facebook is letting members vote on its privacy policy this week the changes include new sections explaining how it uses people's information and newly added features like timeline. what is the most a car has ever sold for? $30 million. a 1962 ferrari 250 g.t. o. it was made by race car driver sterling moss and became the most expensive car selling in a private auction last month. i'm deborah kostroun with the "bloomberg on the weekend business report" for wbal-tv 11 news. >> three days until the largest casino opens its doors. first a look at some of the events going on around town today.
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found out there is plenty of action here. >> you couldn't ask for a better position to be in here. >> the live casino owner can hardly hold back his excitement. this 330-foot gaming palace will be filled with guests around the yiegeon. maryland live stands with the great casinos of the united states. according to the company's president joe wineberg it will be the first largest in the country. >> when we compete we will have 750 slot machines. we will be the third largest casino in the united states. >> besides traditional and video shots, the casino will offer traditional games including blackjack, and hi gal poker. there will also be six restaurants including a massive display, a must for a casino. so far for phase one, most of
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the games and slots will be available. >> it will be available in the fall. in addition we'll have 5-6 restaurants operational. we'll have live market buffet, phillips, seafood, neighborhoods. a burger palace, and then two weeks after our opening, the cheesecake factory will open. >> all the rumors coming out of annapolis about a possible sixth casino and p.g. county at the national harbor which the cordish company feels will saturate the market in maryland. >> that is supposed to be several strong competitors, you will create a lot of weak competitors. we think the market cannot bear another mega-casino in prince george's county. >> if you would like to take a closer look at the maryland live casino for yourself, the grand opening will be june 6 at 10:00. maybe you will have better luck
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than i did. at arundel mills, lowell melzer, wbal-tv 11 news. >> lowell does look like he belongs there. he should be the official greeter. >> come on in, enjoy yourself! >> 6:29. 58 degrees on tv hill. hundreds in cairo outraged over the sentence handed down to egypt's former dictator. we'll have the latest. >> and great britain celebrates queen elizabeth's 60-year reign on the thrown. ava, get some water. >> choked up. >> sorry, lisa. >> he did look like a high roller. he looked like he belonged there. coming up, the insta-weather plus forecast. s
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thanks so much for joining us. >> i wen to the grape festival
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yesterday. it was packed. a nice perfect sunny day. >> and we earned that after our weather friday. unfortunately there was a tornado. the national weather service confirmed a tornado. we'll talk about what severe weather did occur. first let's talk about what weather hit yesterday. 77 at the inner harbor. compare that to the normal low of 79. right now 54 at the airport, humidity at 83%. right now we have mostly sunny skies. there could be a shower or a thunderstorm. we have an upper level storm system. we will continue to talk about those rain chances which increase in the next few days. details coming up. >> covering its -- the protest,
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hosni mubarak getting a life sentence for corruption charges. this set off protests. our report from cairo. >> protesters protested in cairo in the city square after the decision that convicted former president hosni mubarak was given a life sentence for his involvement in the killing of protesters during a revolution that ousted him from power in 2011. a former minister of the interior was also convicted of life in prison. the protesters in cairo and elsewhere have been angered by the acquittal of six senior officials that served under president mubarak. following the verdict, egypt's general prosecutor said he was going to appeal the decision that acquitted mubarak and his
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sons as well as the charge that acquitted the six senior officials for their involvement of protesters. he remains in prison. they face charges they manipulated the egyptian stock market for profit. nbc news, cairo. >> a pakistanis court acquitted four men in charge with the failed times square car bombing. the men had been in custody for two years and were accused of helping a pakistanis american carry out afemented attacks in -- attacks in may of 2010. that attack fizzled when the bomb produced smoke but no blast. he was sentenced to life in prison. >> more news from overseas from london where queen elizabeth is celebrating 60 years on the thrown. the 86-year-old queen and her husband at the epson derby, one of the year's biggest horse raises. here's michelle cues ski -- cackski -- with more.
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the official opening of this landmark jubilee was spent with a day at the races. ♪ >> the crowd brimming over with national pride. the royal family, even princesses beatrice and eugene understated. >> she is so happy. >> a festive start to the jubilee weekend.
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>> where the queen can't be, she turns up in cardboard. >> yes, bad weather continued to be a concern in a place where nothing has been left to chance. not even the long line of boats, colors flying. an unprecedented flotilla. tomorrow rains threatening to soak. >> if we get drowned out, well, this is england. >> just the spirit this queen has embodied over the past a decade. nothing seems able to dampen the celebration here. its very britishness, as much as of its queen. nbc news, london. >> i get the feeling she didn't say anything all day. >> she's very quiet.
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>> she doesn't have to renew -- she doesn't have to speak. >> oprah restarting her book club. >> how you can do your part to help local animals. >> we will be talking about the severe weather that happened over the weekends. lysol knows the soft places we love
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ava, and then sarah caldwell as one of the models on the runway. lovely. >> did you notice i was wearing green? >> really pretty. >> i insisted i wear green because i never get to wear it to work because i would blend in with the green screen. >> you wear green every day because you are envyous of me. >> these two are ready to have it out in a fun little way. >> i don't know which is harder to do. >> both. >> what a beautiful day for that festival out there. you had the fashion show. i hope a lot of people got outside and enjoyed the weather. you want to talk about the severe weather that occurred on friday. seven tornados struck the area. two in damascus. also pleasant hills. that was near the falston area
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where it was an ef-1. they had winds 90-plus miles per hour. for that reason we saw quite a lot of damage there. for today, as we continue to get away from that storm system, the skies are mostly clear. we see sunshine earlier on. then as we head toward the afternoon, warmer. an upper level storm still in place across the great lakes. this is what's going to be affecting our weather for the next couple days. you can see showers in michigan. this is a batch of energy that will be moving around this big storm system. this could be sliding back into the mid-atlantic today. for that reason we have a chance for a shower. 64 degrees at the airport. 62 at the inner harbor. the forecast for today, expect temperatures to be in the upper
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70's around central and southern maryland. around 70 for the mountains. any activity from central into southern maryland should be isolated later into the day. no major concerns as far as the winds go. winds west 5 to 10 knots. they get that shower or thunderstorm chance. tuesday, 07 degrees with a 40% chaps for a shower. seven-day forecast shows we cool down as an upper level storm brings in cooler air tuesday and wednesday. rain chances increase, especially wednesday into thursday. basically any day this week there is a chance we could see a little activity. overall, not a bad forecast. >> up next news from oprah and her book club. >> first look at last night's
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>> oprah bringing back her book club, but with a fresh look for digital age. the first book selection is "wild" which is the story of her 11 hundred mile hike along the pacific trail in california and washington states. the revamped book club will offer special e-editions that include winfrey's comments and a
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reader guide. >> ad -- adopting a pet does not have to cost you a dime. they will let you take one home for free. >> this is one of our kitens up for adoption. this is mingli. and she needs a good home. if you are thinking of getting a cat or kitten, june is the month to do it. that's because the national s.p.c.a. has a depole to adopt out 500 cats or kitens this month. >> typically the shelters are doing half that. so 500 is an ambitious goal. >> so to sweeten the deal, all adoption fees are being waived. >> it is $10 for a microchip. that's a super deal. the cats all go out spayed, neutered, and with their december rabies shots. how can you beat that?
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>> last month we did 500 adoptions, since 2009, over 1,700 cats and kitens have been saved. >> now it is time to save. >> we are overwhelmed. >> you can get any shape, size, temperament now because we have everything. we have kittens that love to play and entertain you for hours on end. tiger will entertain you by sleeping in your lap. >> and it looks like he's not the only one. >> his name was boots. he was so cute. he has long hair. he sat there and purred all you like. >> what shape cat would you like. >> a square cat. >> stay with us. much more news coming up. >> coming up in sports, we will rehash something with a perspective from someone close
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to what went wrong at the end of the afc championship game. >> the orioles big win >> the orioles big win yest i should be arrested for crimes against potted plant-kind.
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>> good morning.
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the ravens punter sam cundiff. i did not have a chance to talk to him since the missed field goal. one billy has taken full responsibility for missing. there was clearly chaos leading up to the kick. here is how sam saw things. >> it was a mess at that time. and you know, kind ever looking up at the score clock and everything and seeing what down it was and i originally thought of a second down, and we never heard any field goal alert calls or anything like that. well, the next thing i know, jerry is calling us out on the field. i thought maybe we were kicking on third down. apparently it was fourth down. the play clock p there and the board was only reading third down. it was really a complete mess. i think if we could have redone it all, it would have been to just call a time-out, reset, and not have everybody so rushed.
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>> a little miscommunication. part of that a tougheneding to the afc title. the orioles got back on track. brian maddus a big part of that. he struck out carlos pena. an unlikely source. the orioles gets his second r.b.i. of the year. bottom four, maddus was good. struck out. all swinging. he went 7 1/3. gave up two hits. fires. the throw was there. the perfect slide from sean rodriguez. tied at 1. now top seven. andino. chopper to third. sutton fires wide to first. mark reynolds. looking to fire. not that close. just a 2-1 game.
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baltimore in the lead. 4-6-3 double play. ends the inning. just eight pitches needed for the save. madison wins. 2-1 the final. jake arie it ta on the mound for baltimore. see you back here tonight at 6:00. >> time is of ksh time is 6:54. >> melanoma is the leading cause of death from skin disease. >> check out the summer beauty trends you will want to wear. >> and with the kids almost out of school, now is the time to head to the eastern shore. baltimore magazine has a list of the fun things you can do. >> plus more news, weather, and sports when luven news sunday morning continues.
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>> upper level storm stalling out in the east. we'll talk about how that storm system affects our weather into the next several days, and we will look at the storm system that they did confirm. >> thanks, ava.
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one of the hardest hit areas, the storm caused over a million dollars in damages there. >> it also changed one man's life who said he would be dead if he had arrived to work 15 minutes earlier. nadia ramdass has the story. >> the sounds of repair could be heard throughout harford county saturday after a major storm ravaged the area. the worst damage occurred here on the 2000 block of bell air road in falston, a commercial area known for automotive sales and repairs. while many are trying to get back to normal, others are grateful to be alive. >> i was sitting at my desk, which was under that pile of rubble. >> john dennis was on his way to his business, a storage lot for car dealers. he was 15 minutes away when the storm struck and demolished his trailer. >> it must have went up in the air, hit some cars, came down on
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one, and then wound up -- i guess that's 150 feet away. my desk is under the center of the pile. what you are seeing there is the floor of the trailer, actually. so -- >> as dennis assessed the damage left by the storm, he also thinks about his friend of 25 years, keith matthews. matthews who owns a car detailing store down the hill from dennis is now recovering in the hospital with serious injuries after his business collapsed on him during the storm. >> the walls collapsed. >> dennis feels like he and matthews got a second lease on life and truly appreciates its blessings. >> puts a new perspective on things, like a wife and two kids. that's what's important, i'm still here for them. >> nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news.
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>> the national weather service also confirmed tornadoes in virginia and in the nation's capital. residents are dealing with flash floods that did quite a bit of damage. it also knocked out power to homes and businesses. >> residents and crews throughout the mid-atlantic began cleaning up what mother nature ripped apart. in just a matter of hours late friday, tornadoes and storms barreled through the d.c. area. >> of those in the east we have 13 tornado reports. >> one confirmed tornado tore through the town of hampton, virginia. in maryland, a dramatic rescue in prince george's county. three teens held on to a bridge after being trapped by water.
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firefighters lifted them to safety. >> three young lives could have been swept away at a moment. it's scary. >> we knew it was going to rain, but we didn't know it was going to be endless. >> it rose up from three feet to six feet just like that. >> and near pittsburgh, high winds ripped apart this inflatable dome. 10 people inside at the time made it out without injury. severe storms catching many off gordon in a season where anything can happen. nbc news, new york. >> this morning baltimore city police found a man shot in the
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head. no word on his condition. >> also in the city, police searching for a suspect after an early morpg -- morning shooting. officers responded to east fayette and north caroline street. there they found 18-year-old deshon bowman with a gun shot wound to the head. he later died at the hospital. >> in harford county the investigation into the shooting death of an 11-year-old boy. investigators tell 11 news the tragedy is compounded by the fact that the shooter is the boy's younger brother. it happened when the two were playing in the woods near their home. barry sims has this story. >> harford county sheriffs deputies calling this a terrible tragedy. 11-year-old michael alexander szoke is dead. investigators believe his 8-year-old brother pulled the trigger of a gun they had found. >> alexander szoke died on the
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way to the landing zone where a state police helicopter was ready to transport him to johns hopkins pediatric in baltimore. sky team lech covered the scene -- 11 covered the scene as sheriff's deputies began their investigation in pylesville, a remote area in northern harford county. >> a grandparent called because they heard shots fired while the kids were playing in the woods. they identified to deputies that they did not have guns in the house. >> at first, deputies believed someone was shooting in the woods, especially after talking to michael's 8-year-old brother. >> it was identified by the young man at the scene that he saw his brother fall. we looked to see if there was anyone in the woods that was target practicing to see where this random shot had come from. >> but as the investigation continued, deputies found a
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handgun hidden not far from where the incident happened. >> we determined the 8-year-old accidentally shot his brother, the 11-year-old. >> investigators learned the weapon was removed by the boys from a neighbor's house. they learned about the weapon while doing yard work for the neighbor. >> sheriff's deputies filed no charges at this time. the case will get reviewed by the harford county states attorney. reporting from the news room, barry sims, wbal-tv 11 news. >> it has been a busy weekend for governor martin o'malley. o'malley is the chair of the democratic governor's association and last night he spoke at the main democratic convention. earlier in the day he addressed the new hampshire democratic party convention. at both events he defended
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president obama's record on creating jobs. >> there may be many political talking about points in this year's election. while the weak recovery spells trouble, mitt romney's financial success spells trouble. >> another bad jobs report is really bad news for the president obama. his message to congress is, get moving for the sake of the economy. >> our businesses have created new jobs, but we are not creating them fast enough. >> the economy added only less than half of what analysts expected. >> the unemployment rate kicked up to 8.2%. >> consumers are being capped out.
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>> republicans blame the president. >> you can't be pro-jobs and anti-business. >> as the g.o.p. rallies around mitt romney, he releases his financial information. he's reportedly between $83 million and $255 million. more than half -- more than $4 million earned from bain capital. it is his area of greatest vullnerability for jobs lost in bain takeovers. from the campaign trail to main street, concerns over a lack luster economic recovery. brian mooar, wbal-tv 11 news. >> joe biden is now father of the bride. he walked his daughter ashley down the aisle in will mington, delaware. it is the same church where she was baptized as a baby.
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she married dr. howard klein. the wedding was a joint jewish-catholic ceremony. a private reception followed at the biden's home in baltimore. >> can you imagine the toast he gave? >> probably pretty good. >> 7:07. 63 degrees on tv hill. trendy new make-up looks for the summer. >> hi. i'm offensive coordinator for the baltimore ravens, cam cameron. i'm also a melanoma survivor. >> cam cameron is hoping to prevent melanoma from happening to you. more on his mission to raise awareness next in "medical alert." >> but first ava is up next with your insta-weather plus forecast.
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>> yesterday the national
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weather service confirmed four tornadoes that impacted maryland. one began in virginia and the countryside and moved over to montgomery county. that was an ef-0. two ef-0 tornadoes report in to damascus. we did have that damage from an ef-1 near pleasant hills near the falston area. that tornado did cause two injuries and widespread damage to an industrial area including some building, as well. so unfortunately we had that severe weather, but at least it has been quiet sh this weekend as clean-up efforts continue. we had full sunshine. b.w.i., 77. the temperature yesterday at the inner harbor. you compare that to yesterday, 79. our record 96 set back in 1923. we're starting off the day with lots of sunshine. that could change as we head toward the afternoon. already a couple clouds starting
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to make their way into western maryland. an upper level storm system now across the great lakes. this storm is what we call a cut-off storm. it means it is basically cut off from the entire weather pattern. it is going to sit and spin in place rather than move forward. it is going to be affecting our weather for the next couple days. this should stay down 0 our south as we head to mit week. here you can see, that storm system spinning the counter clock-wise flow staying in one place north of lower michigan. this storm eventually will slowly slide to the mid-atlantic. it will bring in cooler air. it will increase chance for showers into the next couple days. we're starting off dry and temperatures are a little cool. 57 at b.w. i. 64 at the inner harbor. 6 in salisbury in lower eastern shore. colder in the mountains. 26 in oakland. forecast for today, going to be a little cooler in the mountains. they are starting off cool.
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they also have a lot of clouds and a chance for showers and thunderstorms at any point. clouds iven crease toward afternoon. temperatures toward upper 0's. >> they could see a scattered storm into the afternoon. a 40% chance for showers as they drop down 70 degrees. watch as that cooler air comes in with that storm system through the mid week. notice how rain chances also increase through the mid week. each and every day this week, including today, could see isolated showers and storms. don't want to cancel out door storms yet, although we have a chance they should be isolated. >> still ahead on the news, some of the newest summer make-up trends you will want to wear. had >> we had details in medical alert. >> later exploring the eastern shore with baltimore magazine. so much more. find out about all the finds
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>> hi, i'm cam cameron. offensive coordinator for the baltimore ravens. melanoma is a killer. stay on the offensive. protect your skin. use sun screen. know your opponent. check for changes to your skin. to learn more about skin cancer and melanoma prevention, visit melanoma research.org. >> that p.s.a. and another one like it is being used to raise awareness. joining us there is more -- is greg from the -- and we have a guest from the maryland
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determine technology associates. tell me more about this p.s.a. obviously not many people know cam cameron is a melanoma survivor, so you are using that to take action. >> yes, cam was fortunate enough to find out he had skin cancer as a young coach, stage 2 melanoma. and it was only because it was discovered by someone else who saw it on his back. >> melanoma is accountable for 75% of all skin cancer deaths. but caught early, detected early, it can be treatable. protection from the sun and early detection is important. >> doctor, what are you suggesting in terms of having
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people check them out or having a loved one or friend check them out. >> we tell people to once a month take a good look. if you can't see your back, do a -- ask your friend or family member look if you see something unusual or suspicious. >> what are the signs? >> typically aven unusually-shaped mole. we watch for size, shape, and color or if anything is changing. >> and you have an alphabet system. why yes, and cam cameron went over that in the p.s.a. the a, b, c, d, e's. you look at the asymetry of the
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border or margin. put it simply, if you see a spot, see a change, then see a doctor. >> is this true for all races? for instance, i'm going to maybe spot it on myself a little better than say an african-american, but african-americans have to look at different spots of their bodies. where do they need to focus? >> absolutely. in african-americans, palms and soles turn out to be the most common locations for melanoma. we recommend any kind of changing freckle on the poums or soles should be -- palms or soles should be checked out. >> how can we protect it? >> seek shade, stay out of the sun in the hours of 10:00 to 2:00. wear sun screen and clothing that covers the arms, the neck. hats and glasses and all of those things are quite important to protect yourself.
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>> we know so much more about this than when we were children. it is easier now to protect ourselves. where can people go to find out more information? certainly your foundation? >> our web site, www.withinthefight.org. we have extensive information for everyone. >> will we continue to see these p.s.a.'s with cam cameron? >> yes. >> yes. he's quite the spokesperson. >> well, he knows. thank you for joining us. >> thank you very much. >> please don't go away. we'll have more news when we come back.
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>> welcome back, everyone. baltimore's fashionistas. an event kicked off with our own ava marie in her green and sarah caldwell was also a model. >> well from fashion to beauty. the summer's hottest beauty trends are here. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> nice to see you. color is really big. we saw a lot of color in fashion, color blocking, mixing
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and matching. we are seeing a lot of that in make-up, too. we will talk about three great trends anyone can try, and it is pretty inexpensive to dip and dab in it. the first is bright eye shadows. i know you had an issue with some of these colors. >> with my skin tone, can you just wear it? >> you have to try, but you also have to take it with a grain of salt what it looks like in the actual cut. it is condenced color. you have to decide what kind of color you want to try and try it. >> what color do you think i should try? >> the blue. >> and what about the purple? >> you get this gleam -- >> another way that you can do your eye shadow. it does not have to be powder. there is liquid eye shadow, pencil. you have a lot of options that don't compete. if you are going to do a bright color on the lip, leave the lip nude. try it. >> ok. and then also we talk about rosy
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pinks for the cheeks which you and i both love. there are a lot of different variations. you have the fuscia hot pinks. you love tart. >> i love that blush. >> it is an eco friendly product. anyone will have a g great pink. try it on again, because it can look one way here, too. then you get it on and you find out it looks different. >> you look crazy walking down the street. >> and here we've got, you know, taupe eye shadow, black mascara, and gold foil for the summer. again, you have to be careful for the gold. this is a pretty kind of mainstream safe gold to do. laura martinez, a really great gold, and then you have luster eye colors. there is just really a lot that you can play with. have fun with it. don't get stuck in the red and the browns and neutrals like i tend to do. have fun with color.
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see if it works. >> is there anything different? >> i think it is just application. a lot of women are used to using the brushes. it goes on very different than the pen crifment l will. >> what else do we need to keep in mind. >> i would say have fun with color. also a couple colors you need to stay away from in the lip department, blue believe it or not is really big. they also say yellows. a lot of women have very yellow undertones so yellow doesn't always show as well. >> i don't p think you want to be -- i don't think you want to be walking around with blue lips . >> blue dresses, not blue lips. >> they are nice. >> i'm more of a natural girl so i stick with the taupes and red and all of that. any of these, hot pink, blues, yellows. have fun with it. >> i would stay away from the green tone because you don't want to look like shrek.
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>> no. >> 76 degrees on tv hill. more news coming up. stay with us. are you watching "11 news sunday morning."
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thanks for joining us. >> ava here with another look outside. >> i'm distracted by your new shade of lipstick. beautiful color. >> thank you.
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>> it looks beautiful out right now as well. at least for the first half of the day we'll have mostly sunny skies. that's what we're seeing at thurgood marshall. just a little chilly. as we step outside, winds west at 3 miles per hour. as we head toward the afternoon, a few clouds build in with a slight chance for shower or thunderstorm. if you have plans, i wouldn't cancel anything yet. keep in mind, you may see isolated storms. winds to the west 10 to 15 miles per hour. cooler weather on the way. better rain chances. we'll talk about that when we come back in the insta-weather plus forecast. >> thanks, ava. time now for a look at what's coming up on "meet the press." hi, david. >> good morning, jennifer. >> bad news all around. stocks down, bad jobs report, and both campaigns taking aim at one another. a couple guests on this morning will address that. >> to the ohio governor and john
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kasich both interested. kasich an all-important ohio. his economy is doing better than the national economy is, certainly the national unemployment rate. and patrick leading the charge against mitt romney's record as governor of massachusetts. this is a straight economic debate. we'll have it on the program. we're at that point already in the campaign. if there was any doubt, it is certainly the economy that will be the centerpiece of whether president obama can be re-elected. these jobless numbers hurt. i think the president was hoping and counting on the idea that job creation was going to keep going in an up direction instead of what's happened, which is in the early part of the year it was going well, and now a steady decline as the number of jobs gets smaller and smaller and smaller. the prospect of what's happening becoming a global slowdown has an impact this year. >> and the romney campaign
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saying don't worry. is the president going to start feeling the pressure now? >> i think the pressure will be there all along. >> if the fundamental issue is the economy, it becomes a referendum in some way, shape, or form. you can try to make it about your opponent, but you have to live up to that record. he has to figure out a way to go about his record of accomplishment and make the case that things are going to get better and that he's essentially preventing something worse. it is a difficult case to make. >> in the midst of all this, a serious situation going on in syria this week. he's being pressured, the president is, to take military action. but at least for now, he is saying no. do you think he could have changed his position on that? >> i don't know. i think there is not a lot of great choices in syria. a lot of pressure being put on russia to put pressure to get assad to step down.
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the idea of intervening seems to be far off. the united nations doesn't seem to be having a lot of luck. there are a lot of chase changes made to other conflicts like libya. this one seems to be a little paralyzing. >> it is a reminder we neeled to keep an eye on these situations. >> yes, and it is' a re minder of some instability in these areas. >> will we have a report of tornadoes? >> i think we did have a tornado north and south of the city. it was an eventful friday evening. >> don't forget, you can watch "meet the press" later this morning on wbal-tv 11 news following 11 news at 9:00 a.m. >> in north baltimore residents kicked off the charles village fund festival.
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it featured live music from two stages, beer and wine, and plenty to do for the kids. community leaders were relieved to see that they did not see one raindrop after the recent storms. >> this festival is a great day after the recent storms. i was afraid we would be rained out again this year. >> if we missed it yesterday, you can visit the festival today. >> still ahead on 11 news, animal rescue joins us with a pet looking for a good home. >> a great time to explore the eastern shore. baltimore magazine is up next to tell you some of the fun things you can do this summer. >> it is another sunny start to the day. coming up, i'll tell you why we may see showers later this afternoon. de
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>> weather has been much quieter today compared to that winter weather update. they confirmed seven tornados touched down around the state of maryland. most of them in maryland which start in to countryside then moved over. that was an ef-o. those only traveled about a mile. these are weak tornados that happened. winds anywhere from 65 to 800 -- to 80 miles per hour. they were strong enough to cause damage. trees down, roof damage as well. we also had wind damage with
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pinds at at least 90 miles per hour. the clean-up continues on the back side of this winter weather update. we are starting off the day with dry weather. we see the satellite picture with a few clouds building in from the west. those clouds associated with the upper level storm system over the great lakes region. cold system out to sea. this warm front will be p energy could spark showers.
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60's at the airport. 64 downtown. only in the 40's in garrett county. forecast for today, we should be into the upper 0's for central and southern maryland including baltimore and d.c. we do have a chance for a shower or thunderstorm. pretty isolated chance into the afternoon. something to keep in mind. better chance as you head into the afternoon and southern pennsylvania. ocean city forecast. they could get showery activity tomorrow. a high of 77 by tuesday. a 40% chance for a shower at ocean city with their high dropping down to 70 degrees. with an upper low spinning to our north, dropping down to the low 0's mid week. each and every day, a chance for precipitation. best chances coming wednesday through thursday. that storm finally kicks out to sea, and we'll see drying weather heading into saturday. baltimore magazine's june cover story. watchable wildlife can all be
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found across the bay bridge. as you can get across the bridge. susan joins us now with more. >> it is a challenge sometimes to get over that bridge during the summer. >> why this subject and this issue? what did you find out? >> we found a lot of great things. we figure a lot of people go straight straight from here to the beach. there is so much to do in between. we wanted to give people ideas of what they can check out while they are driving. >> crage? >> this amazing -- >> cambridge? >> this amazing town. it has great restaurants. there are little art shops and galleries. it is a great place to stop by. >> and the skip jack? >> i know, these classic sailboats which you don't see anymore, you can actually in crage -- cambridge, you can go out several days a week.
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st. michaels, they all have various boats. then you want to see how the boats are made, they actually see them where you can go and learn about it in cambridge, but in st. michaels, you can actually get saw dust under your fingernails and see it firsthand. >> and then in chestertown? >> chestertown, another great little town. it actually had its own tea party during colonial days which they reason act each year. otherwise, you can visit bookstores. they have lots of bookstores, which is great, and little book shops and other places, and bistros where you can get that local lower food. -- lore food. talk about getting things from the farm to the table, eastern shore is just fresh. >> as you are driving, there are produce stands. >> terrific. it is not just the seafood great there, too. it is just all those -- even the
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beef, everything. they get everything right to the table quickly. >> and you say lighthouses? >> oh, my gosh, yes. you can climb the lighthouses. not all of them are the tall cylindrical ones you can think of. the ones at st. michael's is more like a little cottage on stilts. >> and gilbirdie? >> yes, the black water refuge has great frails and you can drive or take a bike and see ofspry and egrets. >> also was it one summer when there was the sighting of michael jackson? there are so many -- there are a lot of celebrities that have places over there. >> yeah, they feel they can hide out there, which mostly they can. >> do you run into anybody? >> no. what can you hope? >> ok. so take your time. it is nice to pull off in some of these places.
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i bet you there are great bed and breakfast places along the way. >> there are terrific ones where they treat you like family and get a great breakfast in addition to that. >> the june issue. i hope people check it out. >> thank you. >> and there are more things to see and do at the shore. look for it in this month's issue of baltimore magazine on news stands now. stay with us. animal rescue is next with a pet looking for a good home. first a look at last night's winning lottery numbers. #f#f#f#f
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>> welcome back. joining us is a pet looking for a good home. this pet had a horrible encounter. >> this is body. he was found back at the end of april by a kind man. he had a blood clock clot on his foot, and as a result he lost his foot. they were able to save most of his foot and one of his toes. we named him body, because now it looks like he's doing the hang loose surfer thing. but you would never know he had a problem. this is what he does. he gets along with other cats and dogs.
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>> how does that impact his life? >> he still has the balance. we notice he's not quite using it walk yet. he is using it to bathe, and he uses it in the litter box. that may be all he does. medically, he should be completely healed. there shouldn't be any -- you know, anymore vet follow-ups or things. we will wait a week or so before we put him up for adoption. >> he'll be at pet smart next sunday, 1:00 to 3:00. >> because he's a special cat, what kind of home would be good for him? >> i would think a quiet home. although he does like to play with the other cats and dogs. we don't allow declawing. he loves to sleep with you, loves to cuddle. i think a quiet home. he loves playing with the kids yesterday. maybe he'll figure it out on his
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own. >> now you are pairing up with all the other rescue shelters in the baltimore 500. how long does that run? >> i'm not exactly sure. i asked this morning, and i left a message to find out, and honestly, i didn't get an answer. >> i think it is through the month of june where you are waving -- waiving adoption fees. >> i don't know if we will waive them completely. we are offering some promotions. >> so this is a good time to get out. if you would like to help out body or any of the other cute little animals in the rescue shelter here in baltimore, call the animal rescue number at their number. you can also go www.animalrescue inc.org. >> if you would like to see him before sunday, we can make an appointment and set that up. >> good. thank you for being here.
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>> the time now is 7:46 p 60 degrees on tv hill. coming up, we're in the 11 news kitchen for "sunday brunch." >> coming up in sports, we won't rehash something unpleasant but a fresh perspective who was close to what went wrong at the end of the afc championship
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>> good morning. i want to talk about a conversation i had yesterday with sam cook, the ravens punter. i hadn't had a chance to talk to sam since the afc championship game. of course it ended on a billy cundiff field goal, one billy has taken full responsibility for missing. there was chaos on the sidelines leading up to the kick. here is how sam saw things. >> it was a mess at that time. you know, kind of looking up at the score clock and everything and seeing what down it was, and i originally thought it was second down.
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we never heard any field goal alert calls or anything like that. the next thing i know, jerry was on the field. i thought maybe we were kicking on third down. apparently it was fourth down. the play clock up there and the board was only reading third down. it was really a complete mess. i think we could read that at all, it would have probably been to have just called a time-out, reset, and just not have everybody so rushed. >> a little miscommunication part of that tougheneding at the afc title game. >> the orioles got back on track last night. maddus was spectacular. a little run support. from an unlikely source. chavez gets his second r.b.i. of the year. maddus struck out seven, all swinging. he went 7 1/3 and give up one run.
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fires. the run there, but the perfect slide from sean rodriguez. tied at 1. now top seven. chopper to third. fire drive to first. mark reynolds comes in. flaherty follows. a two-run game. baltimore in the league. bases loaded. paid row in relief. so delicious. 4-6-3 double play. ents the inning. -- ends the inning. just eight pitches needed. matsue grounds out to second. madison wins 2-1 the final. orioles go for the series victory. later today, jake arietta on the mound. that's a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. see you back here tonight at
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6:00. >> it is time now for "sunday brunch." joining us now is scott from raw sushy -- sushi. you are located at harbor east? >> yes, 1390 lancaster street. >> today what you are making? >> it is summertime so we want to show you some of our summer dishes, light dishes. today we're doing a raw-li-pop. it is not rolled with rice or seaweed. it is rolled with a japanese radish. >> and you can buy it like that? >> no, he cuts that with his knife very thin. usually it comes in a big root. he's adding salmon, yellow tail, and tuna. a little spicy tuna. >> and that's ground tuna you season with spice? >> yes, it is basically yellow
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tail we ground up. he is probably one of the pest sushi around. -- sushi chefs around. >> i know whole foods carries this. it is a spicy sauce. you don't want to do too much. >> unless you like your mouth on fire. >> yes. >> that sort of thing. what are some of the other things you serve there? >> starting june 17 we have a new menu coming out. we'll have a bunch of new items out of the kitchen. we'll have a few sushi items we will be offering. this is definitely a roll for the summer. he is adding sticks to it. slice it down really, really little. it is a cool roll. it is different. it is not your traditional sushi roll. >> it stays together, gives it
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that localy pop kind of a -- lollipop kind of a roll. a lot of our signature rolls are americanized dishes. it is easy to eat, there are cooked items, lots of speciality rolls. >> what is the most popular sushi. >> our most popular roll is the tempura battered california roll. we slice it in six pieces. lotus root and sweet he'll sauce. it is amazing. >> what are those celophany type neighborhoods? >> he added a little around the plate. >> i bet that's auwesome. >> it is. >> you would like a copy log on to balance bhal. you can -- log on to wbaltv.com
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or send a self-addressed nfl to -- envelope to 3800 hooper avenue, baltimore, maryland 21211. if you don't want to make it, just go to raw sushi. >> that's right. >> how is our forecast? >> maybe an isolated shower or thunderstorm today. temperatures in the upper 70's. we cool down to the low 0's mid-week. we cool down to the low 70's mid week. these are just so cool cute. >> go for it. >> very cool roll. >> ex-- excellent job. >> great summer dish. >> that's all the time we have for now. thanks for tuning in this morning. nbc "today" show next. >> and we come back with more >> and we come back with more news and weather.
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