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. >> off and on. take an umbrella with you. we have some rain going through right now. some rain is going to the city right now. it is moving to the east. those on the eastern suburbs will continue to get the rain for another hour. a slight chance for a thunderstorm. it will be warmer with a high near 79. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> good morning. one accident on 95 in the southbound direction in elkton. three lanes are closed. it will be creating some delays. looking good out of the white marsh area. 57 miles per hour. the roads are wet. 61 on southbound 83.
moving well on the west side. 60 past 70 down towards edmondson. major roadways checking out just fine. we start in greenspring. you can see the northwest corner of the beltway. you will need some extra time. take your time. do not rush. this is harford road. we will let you know once those delays start to develop. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the family of a baltimore city man is looking for answers after he dies following an encounter with a police. >> jennifer franciotti is live downtown with more on this. how did this happen? >> this unfolded on friday night. family members said he died on friday night after a
confrontation with police. they claim he was on his way to his granddaughter's birthday party when officers assaulted him. a number of family members witnessed the event. there is a different story. they caught anderson in a drug deal. >> observed him put some type of narcotics in his mouth. they placed him under arrest for that and took a into police custody. he started complaining about discomfort and pain. it was believed he ingested some of the drugs he had and he was choking on them. >> anderson did died a short time later. the officers involved in the arrest have been suspended with pay. police say the investigation is standard any time something like this happens.
the family is considering a wrongful death lawsuit. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the new police commissioner is sworn in and will begin his job tomorrow. he took the oath of office at city hall on tuesday. fred bealefeld retired last month. anthony barksdale began a medical leave. >> officials are blaming riot- like behavior in towson over the weekend. kevin kamenetz is pointing fingers at the theater owner. they say the theater was rented out to third party won the mob became unruly. now the michael after the theater's -- now they michael after the theater's liquor
license. >> we will hold them responsible for this. >> six different agencies made 23 arrests as part of a prostitution sting. 23 men were arrested for soliciting prostitution. officials say the arrests were part of a probe spearheaded by the home when division. >> more maryland families should benefit from it that mark the settlement. more than 79000 families are at risk of losing their home. they would like to see more principal reductions. the coalition is working on a homeowner's bill of rights. >> we want to make sure we're doing everything we can to get
it right and to make sure the banks are held accountable and to make sure they cannot do it again in the future. >> you can contact the state attorney general's office for more information. the new casino in downtown baltimore is one step closer to becoming a reality. he comes from louisiana and has 18 years of experience in gaming and is already planning future expansion. >> i'm excited for with this casino means for this area. it will make way for other ancillary types of businesses. >> the new facility will feature more than 3700 slot machines and bring more than 3000 jobs to the city.
>> more than a week to go in the regular season. the orioles have their sights set on the playoffs. for now, they want to get away from the blue jays. the blue jays would score three more runs in the game. none for the orioles. s.ses loaded with two outp toronto wins 4-0. >> 66 degrees at the airport. ann romney was on the "tonight" show. >> a. you top attraction is
in after that. off and on rain showers. it will not be a steady rain. it will be a little warmer this afternoon with a high near 79. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> ann romney makes her first appearance on a late night. she appeared on "the tonight show" with jay leno. she talked about what life was like on the campaign trail and the possibility of another first in the white house. >> talk about the significance of been the first mormon presidents. >> we have the first african- american president.
i would hope if mitt was elected, we would see more of the same. >> a utah corn maze is letting people take a presidential candidate in an unusual way. guests get to choose the romney or obama entrance path and cast their vote in a special straw poll. >> that looks like fun. a big storm system is producing some tornadoes. this twister happened in illinois. the storm brought winds strong enough to blow over a tractor- trailer. at least three houses were damaged by the storm. >> bacon prices could soon be
sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. .he roads are slicke have a problem in cecil county. three lanes are closed with that accident. south of the white marsh area, 61. problem free at the tunnels. everything checks out find out of owings mills on 795. 61 on the west side outer loop. 295 just past 100. here's a quick, live look at traffic. no sign of the accident here. we will monitor this camera and let you know if anything changes. this is harford. outer loop traffic showing the wet roads but no delays. 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.
moving along nicely. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. light rail and metro subway on schedule. the 51 bus is diverting at the patapsco light rail station. the 61 bus is diverting at charles. i am kurt kronke. now back to tony pann. >> thank you. we have some rain in the forecast today. it will be off and on all day today. there is a batch of stream and a badge in ohio. it will come through like a parade today. you'll get some rain for a while and it will break. take an umbrella with you to start the day appeared there is a cold front across the great lakes. we have the southwest wind.
it will warm up a little bit. after the front goes through, there is an autumn air mass on the other side and will be on the dividing line. waves will develop on the front and go through with chances of showers through the weekend. 62 at the airport. 64 degrees in rising sun. the temperatures should make it into the upper 70's this afternoon. it will be mild later today. off and on rain showers today. a slight chance for a thunderstorm. high temperature between 76 and 81 degrees. it will be choppy on the bay. be careful if you take the boat out. there could be some lightning.
we have the rain shower symbol but it will be off and on and hit and miss, thursday, friday, saturday, and sunday. high temperature in the low 70's all the way through the weekend . >> how would you like to drive a car that could drive its self? the car will be street legal in california. it has computer-controlled paddedals. someone still has to pay attention. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. if price was not an issue, which you want to own a car that could drive itself? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
with children about an increase in bacon prices -- we told you about an increase in bacon prices. some are fearing the worst. restaurants are preparing for an increase in pork prices. we have more. >> you cannot run at a diner without bacon. >> he is right about his customers. they go through 300 to 400 pounds of bacon a week. >> i will still eat bacon if it is available. >> what he pays for bacon jumped more than 50% in the last two
weeks. >> an increase like that is significant. >> you need the pork for your breakfast, your bacon and ham. >> it could force restaurants to charge a surcharge for bacon and ham. when the faithful customers will still clean his plate. >> price doesn't matter. i'm 82 years old. >> i am like that guy. i am 82 years old. barnes and noble has a new foryou. jane king has the bloomberg business report. hi, jane. >> good morning.
some may think the hoopla over the iphone 5 was just a little too much. samsung was among them. apple sold a record of iphones during the debut weekend. a new phone goes on sale in south korea and should be sold in the u.s. by mid november. barnes and noble are out with their new nook. they ipad is much heavier in comparison. stock futures are on the defensive. the plan to buy bonds may not be
enough to do the trick. there was a survethat found 43% of workers who drink coffee said they would be less productive without that daily cup of joe. service workers topped the list and nurses and teachers who drink coffee. in six, workers in the media. no pork, though. >> americans spending big money on halloween this year? >> consumers are expected to spend a record $8 billion on everything from customs to decoration. >> thank you, jane.
mitt romney may have a little something to worry about. some new polls show president obama has a double-digit lead over romney in ohio. both candidates are visiting ohio today. the one to use ads and campaign stops to show romney is the better choice for the economy. unemployment is lower than the national average. many workers like the president's bailout of the auto industry. democrats keep up their attacks on the campaign trail. >> what is the focus expected to be today? >> economy. president obama focusing on younger voters. he is speaking in front of crowds at some universities today. mitt romney will emphasize
middle class workers. he has a plan to create jobs. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> 5:27. 62 degrees at the airport. let's stay on that shot. a state delegate can no longer practiced law in maryland. >> a man dies in police custody and his family wants answers. >> state schools need more educators. subsection need more teachers the most? >> we have a little rain in the forecast today. >> there is an accident in cecil county on 95. [ male announcer ] with ultra-filtered water
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>> and we are rocking the orange. >> we thought we would match. >> carlotta really has a rocking. >> we have red and green on the map. some heavy rain moving into delaware. nothing happening around baltimore right now. but the rate has tapered down for now. take an umbrella. that is the forecast. off and on rain showers. it will be a little bit warmer than yesterday. we will make it up to 79. day today. a wet today toda >> the roads are wet.
one problem on 95 in elkton. three lanes are closed. southbound side of 95 in cecil county. not picking up a lot in terms of delays. 50 prior to the toll plaza. on to the j.f.x., no problems to report. the west side of the beltway, 61. 95 at 279. no sign of delays as a result of that accident. this is 295. southbound traffic backed up just a bit. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> police investigating an alleged sexual assault on the school bus. it happened just before 10:00
p.m. last night. the girl was taken to a hospital for treatment and is expected to be ok. more information as it becomes available. the death of a baltimore city man who died after an encounter with police. >> his family is looking for answers. jennifer franciotti has more details. >> 46-year-old anthony anderson died after a confrontation with police. his family said he was trying to go to a party. this vacant lot is now a memorial to anthony anderson. he died after encountering police on friday night. his family says he was on his way to celebrate his granddaughter's birthday. two officers say they caught them in a drug deal.
>> they observed him put what they suspected to be some type of narcotics in his mouth in an atttempt to hide them. so they placed him under arrest for that, took him into police custody, put handcuffs on him. he then started complaining of discomfort and pain. it was believed at the time that he may have ingested some of the drugs that he had and maybe was choking on them. >> a number of those family members say they watch the arrest on fault in a different fashion. >> i think that they killed him. they picked up and slammed him and i feel they killed him. boom.twin >> his rap sheet includes a number of drug arrests. >> he had a bad hip. >> they said he was faking because he didn't want to go to jail.
they didn't have to do him the way that they did. >> the officers involved are suspended with pay while detectivesn its best t investigate. the family is considering a wrongful death lawsuit against the police department and they want the officers to serve a jail time. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> state delegate tiffany alston has lost her license to practice law in baltimore. she was found guilty of misdemeanor theft and misconduct after she allegedly use state funds to pay an employee at her law office. she is set to go on trial next month.
>> school officials say they need more educators to teach critical shortage areas. they include a map, computer science, chemistry, physics, special education, and world languages. there is a need for school based programs. >> i think it is important for students. teaching is a wonderful career to embark upon. >> there's a shortage of male and minority teachers. you could read the entire report at our website, wbaltv.com. >> 62 degrees at the airport. where a child lives could show
the likelihood they developed asthma. >> and national security risk. >> don't forget to e-mail us your response to our water cooler question of the day. if price was not an issue, would you want to own a car that could drive itself? [laughter] you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to email@example.com. >> we're keeping tabs on the area roads. what accident still clearing in what accident still clearing in cecil county
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>> welcome back. 5:39. there are a couple of sprinkles out there for now. more rain on the way. i would suggest taking an umbrella. let's look at hd doppler. look at the top left-hand corner of your screen. that will arrive in baltimore in a couple of hours. that is the forecast. off and on rain showers. a slight chance for a thunderstorm. a high temperature near 79. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> a new study reveals children living in urban areas are more prone for developing asthma. >> different patterns in in the cities.
sick urban babies had higher rates of a virus that affected the development of the lungs, which can lead to asthma. child obesity is more than just a health risk. it is being called a national security issue. >> one if four are so overweight they cannot join the military. part of the problem is the candy and junk food that kids eat every day. school star all tamale part of the solution -- schools are part of the solution. >> the orioles get a chance to close the gap on the yankees. keith mills has the highlights coming up in sports. >> we're getting ready for a big
>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. it is kind of busy in terms of traffic on 95. we have an accident in cecil county. it is southbound and three lanes are closed. there is an accident in crofton. southbound route 10, watch for a disabled truck. the volume is picking up. we have wet roads. 895 checks out ok at the harbor tunnel. the j.f.x. in pretty good shape. up to speeds on the north and
west sides of the beltway. 60 miles per hour on 295. here's a quick, live look at traffic. southbound traffic is starting to build as you get closer to the beltway. this is 295 at 175. southbound traffic building down towards 32. 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 some diversions. the 44, 57, 91 buses not going into the rogers avenue metro station. 14, 51 buses diverting at the patapsco light rail station. light rail and metro subway both on schedule. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. now back to tony pann. >> thank you.
we have some rain to discuss today. first we say good morning to ava marie. she has found a cool car show. >> good morning. you should've been there when the cars were showing got. this car show is happening at pimlico. you may have received the quarterly magazine if you're a car enthusiast. a big car show happening. not only in baltimore but in the country. >> this is the first car show we're putting on. we attend a dozen or so events in the year. >> it is happening this weekend in papago. >> through the rogers avenue gate. we'll have hundreds of custom cars, vintage race cars on the
grassy infield. >> let's look at some of the cars. these are beautiful cars. >> there will be a wide range of custom cars and vintage race cars. these are the custom cars whose bodies have been modified. they are loath to the ground. -- they are low to the ground. this is an palla driven out from california for the show -- this is an in pal impala. >> a lot of local people coming out. >> hundreds of locals that are coming to maryland. a lot of folks on the east coast. >> it is coming up this weekend
at pimlico. starting at 9:00 p.m. on saturday and 9:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. on sunday. we'll go back to tony. hopefully they will get some of the engine's going. >> stan is having flashbacks to high school. mindy is going, "they made cars 60's?"n the 19 the rain has pushed off to the east. the batch the came through baltimore is east of us. this batch in southern pennsylvania would drift toward us. it will come through in waves. take an umbrella with you. will take a water view with the
radar. here's the first batch of rain and another one upstream and another back in cincinnati. it will come through from time to time. a cold front is dropping out of the ohio valley. this is the trigger mechanism for the showers and thunderstorms. this will go south of us into the weekend. the temperature should be able to make it into the upper 70's. it will be a little cooler over the next few days. 64 in jarrettsville. variable clouds today with off and on rain showers. high temperatures between 76 and 81 degrees. small craft advisory in effect on the chesapeake. wave heights one to two feet.
a front will stall just south of us. a chance of showers on thursday and friday through sunday. high temperature in the low 70's through the weekend. >> thank you, tony. more magic for the o's? >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. hope you had those. anncr: their dishonest ads are everywhere.
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>> time to get to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- if price was not an issue, would you want to own a car that could drive itself? so you said yes but most said no. >> i'm with you, daniel. keep sending us those responses. >> a psalm as they do not drive
50 in the fast lane -- as long as they do not try 50 in the fast lane. the orioles were shut out last night. the good news is the yankees lost as well. yan gomes, just over the reach of j.j. hardy. 1-0 just like that. that would be the only run the blue jays would need. they get three more in the seventh inning. colby rasmus scores. 3-0 jays. edwin encarnacion, another single. chris davis throws out colby rasmus at hird. in the ninth inning, -- at thir
d. and a ninth-inning, the birds load the bases. 4-0, the jays win. the orioles are still a game and a half behind the yankees. the yankees lost last night. the twins score four runs. become back for the twins. the team is behind the orioles all won in the wild card race. the ravens went back to work today ready for the cleveland browns. the ravens have beat the browns eight straight times. the defense ranked 27th.
the key to tomorrow is a preparation and do not take the browns lightly. fans are wondering when the will bement refs replaced by real refs. >> the pressure is on. wanted to make sure that you can see properly. >> i told her i won the lottery. >> he hits the jackpot. he will give some of the money away. >> the truck driver in russia got very lucky during an accident. >> whoa. >> my goodness. we have some rain in the forecast.