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fine. we have some rain last night. 59 degrees at the airport. we will make it up to about 75. a mixture of sun and clouds. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. first we say good morning to sarah. >> good morning. a few things to watch for. the roads are wet. we have an accident at church road in the dundalk region. tonight traveling towards 50 -- --with how some closures along 309 in queens and county -- queens and county.nne
here's a quick live look at traffic of route 1 at 152. looking pretty good in bel air. this is dulaney valley and the north side is running without delay at this time. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the violent end to a violent weekend. three people are taken to the hospital for separate crimes. the latest happened in west baltimore. a man was kicked repeatedly in the head. he was taken to shock trauma. police responded to west baltimore road and found a man who was shot in the abdomen. had serious injuries. -- he had
serious injuries. >> another man had multiple gunshot wounds to the head. police are still investigating all three incidents. a man and woman were walking early saturday morning when a man approached them and ask for money. the man was shot in the head. he later died at the hospital. >> there was a stabbing on saturday night on lafayette avenue. a man was stabbed several times in the head. the man was arguing with another man. one man later died. it will been at her brother are both in custody. police found a shooting victim on west saratoga street.
a man was shot several times in the head and back. he is in serious condition. desean bowman was found with a gunshot wound to the head on saturday morning. he was taken to johns hopkins hospital where he died. anyone with any information should call police. >> many are picking up the pieces from the latest round of severe weather. kim dacey has an update on the clean-up. >> this home was one of the hardest-hit in towson. a tree fell on the home. one of the hardest-hit areas in the state was harford county. the dow image is estimated at more than $1 million. there are a downed trees and
collapsed buildings. there was a quick response time in the emergency program as a trainee in keeping the injuries to a minimum. there were three reported injuries but officials say could have been worse. >> this is about a mile area that the tornado traveled. it was about a quarter of a mile wide. very fortunate the number of residents in that area were not hit harder. had that occurred, and the storm taken a different path or occurred in the middle of the night, we might not have enough as fortunate. >> kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> you can check the latest weather conditions on a website, wbaltv.com. you can look at our interactive
radar. click on radar. you can download are new iphone or android app. >> the economic recovery seems to be stalling. tracie potts has the latest from washington. >> markets slid to a 28-year market low as investors fear another sell-off. s&p futures are down. the dow's biggest one day drop since november. the unemployment rate jumped to 8.2%. only 69,000 jobs created last month. president obama blamed congress. >> my message to congress is -- let's get to work. >> both sides took the gloves off.
republicans say the president's policies are not working. democrats point to jobs in massachusetts under mitt romney. >> when you hold yourself out as an economic oracle and say trust me, and your record says something else, of course you're going to get challenge for that. >> the challenge now is getting americans back to work. ben bernanke will testify on the hill on thursday. tracie potts, wbal-tv 11 news. >> that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. what do blakemore for the state of the economy, the president, congress, or businesses? -- what do you blame more? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
59 at the airport. low to mid 50's near the pennsylvania line. we will make it up to 75 this afternoon. a mixture of sun and clouds. a couple of rain showers could pop up later today and into this evening. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> new developments in the trayvon martin case. george zimmerman is now back in jail. his bail was revoked last week. his lawyers said they last for a new bond hearing. scher said zimmerman is being cooperative and is in his own cell. the u.s. supreme court could make decisions as early as today in a number of cases.
the justices could issue rulings on bribery and whether investigators can detain omebody away from premises that were searched. >> olympic gymnast sean johnson announced she will be retiring from the sport. she says after being injured in a ski accident, her knee could not take the training. that is a shame. >> that is why i am not in the olympics. 5:11. the cost of some prescription drugs are skyrocketing. able to signedbe up. >> there is an accident shutting
>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. the roads are a little sli ck. we start in dundalk at church road. there is an accident. no problems on 95 or 895. each year roadways liked 295 an d95, no problems to report other than they are a little wet.
in queen anne's county, we have some closures on the eastern shore. we star with rwanda at 152. so far so good north and southbound -- we start with route 1 at 152. a delay-free right towards the bay bridge in both directions. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. kurt kronke has the buses and trains. welcome back. >> looking pretty good so far. the penn, camden, and brunswick lines on schedule. a slight delay on the metro. running about 10 minutes late. operating shabazz is between timonium and hunt valley. if you bust diversions including the five and 22 buses -- operating shuttle buses between timonium and hunt valley.
-- a few bus diversions including the five and 22 buses. >> we have partly cloudy skies. take the light jacket. 56 in parkton. 58 degrees in rising sun. if there any sprinkles, it is up in cecil county. you concede the jets stream is dipping down to the south. there is an area of pope -- you can see the jet stream is stepping down to the south. you can see that circulation off to the north and east. there are pieces of energy that are rotating on the backside that may produce a couple more showers. that is what happened last night. a piece of energy produce some showers and thunderstorms. that is now off the coast. maybe later this morning we will
see a shower or thunderstorm. this morning and should be ok. a mixture of sun and clouds. we have the chance for the shower in the forecast. high temperature in t mid 70's. that is 05 degrees below average. we will have temperatures below the average. average is 80. we're in the beginning of june. northwest wind that 10 to 20 knots on the bay. be careful if you take the boat out. partly cloudy skies tonight. clearing late. back into the 50's once again. we'll keep the chance for a shower on tuesday and wednesday. low pressure off to the northeast. that will keep us cool. high temperature in the low 70's. we will climb back into the 80's by the weekend. >> walmart is launching a new
monthly mail subscription service with a box full of ssurprises. no word on what the goodies will cost. the service should be lost in the next month or so. black and decker is recalling some coffeemakers citing 1200 complaints including dozens of injuries. there were sold through may of to% year for about 5$50 $80. extra fees for high-end drugs. >> the cost of prescription medication would be out of reach if the was in for insurance. >> i would be bankrupt completely.
>> can afford her drugs because she is insured. >> every health plan has to own copays. >> that is fall by preferred brand name drugs and the non preferred brand name drugs -- is followed by preferred brand name drugs. some have added a fourth tier. drugs second and up to tens of thousands of dollars in a year. amy and puts a double when t the people who need the drugs the most. these are drugs that are keeping them alive today. >> this could change in a couple of years when the affordable health care act goes into the fact.
medical advocates helping family pay for prescriptions will help them survive. >> if you don't take these drugs regularly, you get sick or you die. >> facebook workers are among the highest-paid in silicon valley, down to the intern's. jane king has the bloomberg business report. facebook has more than 900 million users and it wants to expand. >> they do. more on that in a second. futures are not indicating a lower start. markets in europe and asia are down on concern that the global economic is slowing. we have the dismal may jobs
report on friday. crude oil prices are plunging. you may see prices at the pump agent a few cents lower. you'll be able to pick the brain of warren buffett. you can win lunch on ebay. glide serves meals and provides housing to the needy. bids are not open at $25,000. us year they set a record -- last year they set a record. senior software engineers can command the most coin over it facebook. their salary is averaging one
under $32,000 a year -- $132,000 a year. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king, bloomberg news, for wbal-tv 11 news. back to you. >> thank you, jane. 5:22. "the avengers" went to a place where only two movies went before. >> don't forget to e-mail us your response to our water cooler question of the day. who do you blame more for the state of the economy -- the president, congress, or businesses? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to email@example.com.
you can fill in for me. here we go. >> it is refreshing to wake up this morning. >> if you like the cool weather, you'll enjoy this. los 50's in the northern suburbs. we did have some rain last night -- low 50's. the average high is 80. i will show you the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> it is national hug your cat day today . >> the roads are a little wet. church road, an accident in the
dundalk region. on the north side, 60 miles per hour. no problems on the west side just past liberty. on the b-w parkway, problem free at the moment. eastern shore accident. 309 is shutdown near route 404. this is the west side. outer loop traffic is building but no delays in making your way down towards 70. this is a 50 at maryland 8. problem free over towards the bay bridge. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> many people across maryland begin their week cleaning up from the latest dorms. >> kim dacey has a look at where things stand now. >> the damage is widespread
across maryland. a tree fell on this home. harford county is one of the areas that was hit hardest. the damage was estimated at more than $1 million. days after a tornado touched down in harford county, the path of destruction is still visible. downed trees and collapsed buildings. one of them, an auto detailing shop collapsed on the owner. he was sent to the hospital with serious injuries. >> he had an operation on his shoulder and had a rod and some pins in his legs. >> governor and officials say it could have been worse. >> this is about a mile, mile and a half area that the tornado traveled. it was about a quarter of a mile wide. we're very fortunate the number of residents in that area were
not hit harder. had that occurred and the storm taken a different path or occurred in the middle of the night, we might not have been as fortunate. >> county officials were out all weekend. the cost of the damage could be $1 million. keeping the property damage to a minimum. >> we dodged a big bullet with this storm. nothing in the world is better than preparedness. the early warning signs measures that were taken by individuals paid dividends. >> b.g.e. reported 2600 customers without power but all their power has been restored this morning. reporting live in towson, kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> storm chase's usually come
from addis state and go door-to- door to offer to repair your home. might try to price gouge you for taking payment for work they did not complete. >> they will come in and make the request of 50%, 70% of the total price. typically we see those guys not get the job done but they have taken all your money. the cautious about how much money you pay up front. >> never give more than 25%, 30% to customers. >> a boy allegedly shot his brother over the weekend. there were doing your work on saturday morning when the pair reproved a gun from a secured area. the boys took the gun to win a
wooded area where the brother shot his brother. >> it was identified that -- we use k-9 and air support to see if we can see anyone in the area that was hunting or target practicing to see if this random shot had come from. >> police ruled out it was a random shot but so far no charges have been filed. >> the weak growth numbers released on friday becoming a central issue in the presidential campaign. we have more with this report. turning to something of a blame game. >> it is a back-and-forth. mitt romney's campaign advisers say the president is not creating jobs enough.
>> your response? >> the sunday talk shows dominated by a dismal jobs report. the economy added the fewest jobs in nearly a year. >> that adds a sense of urgency in terms of this year's election. >> the present's advisers blame lawmakers -- president's advisers blame lawmakers. the president called on congress to stop playing election-year politics and get to work. >> it would make a difference and create jobs right now. there is no excuse for that. >> president may be trying but what he's trying is not working. >> this president came into office without any prior
experience running anything and i think that shows the way he's handling the economy. >> the dow close on friday with his worst day of the year with the jobs report came out. >> has any modern president won re-election with the jobs re this high? rate of more jobs repo than 7.4%. thank you >> very much. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. who do you blame more for the state of the economy -- the president, congress, or businesses? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. >> 60 degrees on tv hill. a drug might help men with advanced prostate cancer live longer.
shower back in the forecast later this morning or this afternoon. high temperature of 75. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> an anti-depressant might help relieve pain associated with chemotherapy. >> some drugs can leave patients with a tingling in the hands or feet. in nearly 6% of the patients, the drug helped patients with the problem. might lead oncologist to limit drug doses. >> researchers found a drug slowed prostate cancer that had already spread and delayed the pain of the patients' overall condition compared to a placebo. stop midway through the study to
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>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we have an accident at 152. in dundalk, church road, an accident location. on the north or west side, not tracking any delays. one more accident of note in queen in county. 309 shut down in both directions at route 404. this is the j.f.x. at ruxton road. southbound traffic moving very well. no problems at the bay bridge. a nice ride through the toll plaza and to a from the eastern shore. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. good morning. >> good morning.
we have a 10 minute delay on metro subway. light rail operating with a 15- minute delay. shuttle buses between timonium and hunt valley because of construction. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. on the buses, a few diversions including the five and 22 buses diverting ensued and sinclair because of construction. now back to tony pann. >> thank you. things are pretty quiet in the weather department. first let's say good morning to ava marie. she's getting a workout this morning. >> good morning. we're live at the racquet and fitness club and we're talking about the new span class. i'm already out of breath. you did nothing given in their
bicycle giving such a rigorous workout -- you did not think about getting such a the rigorous workout on a bicycle. >> this adds a whole other element to spinning. it takes an out to the elements or the sunrise. the keys to the beauty of spitting, it works for everybody. >> you were able to adjust the strength and spinning. you did not have to worry about not getting a good workout. you can have an olympic athlete and just the average person. you have a fly wheel with attention on a that you can adjust. it works for everybody.
great music and a lot of energy. more energy than your average class. >> this is something you'll be doing new for the summer. previous bicycle so people can enjoy the different scenery. >> will be here the first monday of every month that bare hills. there'll be a different location to route baltimore. all the information is on our website, bearhillsfitness.com. .ome of us don't mind weather we will be doing this with the proper weather. >> i'm already getting a workout. you get to enjoy the outdoors. this'll be a fun class they're
offering throughout the summer. >> if you go to the indoor spinning class, it is because you don't like to be outside. >> we will talk about that. i think they do because of the convenience and because of the social aspect. this takes a to a whole new level. >> i'm impressed. you have kept cycling off to the segment. thank you, ava. outdoor stationary cycling. it is nice to be outside this morning. it is a crisp, cool morning. 59 degrees at the airport. if you're sent it to the cool temperatures, you might want to take the light jacket with you.
the jet stream is stepping down to the south. into the 40's at maine. low pressure has stalled up in new england. watch the circulation as we set the loop. there are some energy that 1 offshore last night and this morning. we have a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm this afternoon. this morning will be dry. a mixture of sun and clouds. a chance for a few showers this afternoon. high temperature of 75. we will be below average for the next several days. it could be a little choppy on the bay. still a chance for a shower early tonight and turning partly cloudy. sunset this evening at 8:29.
i think today's the best chance for rain. there could be a pop-up shower on tuesday and wednesday. the average high is 80. the temperatures will be back to where they should be this time of year this weekend. >> 5:50. another overtime thriller in the nba playoffs. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers.
>> time to get to your answers to our watercooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- who do you blame more for the state of the economy -- the president, congress, or businesses? keep sending us these responses. we will read more of your responses in the next hour and post all of them on the front page of our website, wbaltv.com. >> good morning.
the orioles will spend their off day in boston or hopefully they'll get some good news on adam jones. he will have an mri on his sore right wrist. have already lost nick markakis for a few weeks. the orioles lost to the rays. they took the early lead. matt wieters, home run number 9. his first home run since mid- may. matt moore lives to center. adam jones tries to now and at first. 2-1 rays. jake arrieta remains a mystery. he did not get out of the fifth
. b.j. upton with the double. the orioles are one game out of first place. nba playoffs. going back to miami dead even. early.as all boston rondo to ray allen. the three.ails inside to dwyane wade for the slam. lebron james on the bench watching. he phallus out right there --he phallus ofails out. boston wins in overtime.
tiger woods won the memorial golf tournament. had a shot that may been the best jack nicklaus has ever seen. one shot back with a couple of holes to play. watch this. jack nicklaus said there was no margin for error. he said it was one of the best shots he is ever seen. tiger heads to 18 with a chance to win it. we see the shot from the blimp. tiger walking up 18. he wins the memorial. nine back of sam snead. do not rule out tiger was for the u.s. open.
>> coming up, miss maryland makes it to the top two of the day pageant. >> this space shuttle goes across the bordwater. >> the old carousels might be returning to charm city. >> things are pretty quiet right now. we do have more rain in the forecasts. >> several accidents to watch for. details are coming up. #f#f#f#f#f