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few days. the wind and rain and flooding along the coast is what we are mostly concerned with. what's the satellite imagery. you don't see that well-defined , -- that well-defined eye. it looks a little more ragged and will eventually get into some cooler water temperature. right now is a category 2 hurricane and is moving northbound at about 20 miles an hour. for the bahamas, curbing east of the carolinas, and this is what we are concerned with, it turns back to the west. anywhere from the coast of new jersey to perhaps right into maryland sometime on monday. it looks like a powerful storm. it looks like a very strong reality that we will be dealing with some of the impact from sandy later in the weekend and
going into monday and tuesday of next week. >> you can stay in touch with the storm updates and see infrared satellite images and live updates on wbaltv.com and our mall app. >> lee malvo, the teenager who terrorized the maryland and d.c. area says he was also abused by john mohammed. jayne miller has more on what he had to say. >> he spoke to us from the prison in virginia where he is serving a life sentence. the two snipers killed and wounded people at random in 2002. 17 at the time of his arrest, now an adult, lee malvo described pulling the trigger 10 years ago, hidden in the back of
the snipers' car with a high- powered rifle in hand. >> when i pull the trigger for the first time, this may sound surreal, but it is simply what happened. >> he described his devotion to john lonegan now claims he abused him. -- describes his devotion to john mohammed. >> i was sexually abused by a babysitter, and then later on our relatives when i was 8, 9 years old. and then for the entire period when i was almost 15 until i got arrested, i was sexually abused by jon hamm mohammed. i would not wish this on anyone.
it was intended to punish, and it was effective. it is complete degradation. i don't see outside. i have no contact with animals, plants, people prepense arrested in 2002 while sleeping in their car at a marin reston, malvo said he only wanted to protect mohammad, and cared not about the consequences. back at that point in time, to a certain extent, i was already dead. death per se is not what i feared the most. i feared letting him down more than i feared death. >> 1 not try to stop the killing, he was asked. >> i had wanted that level of love and acceptance with consistency pour all of my life, and couldn't find it. even unconsciously, or even if the moments were short and
refreshing, i did not have the willpower to say no. >> malvo is serving a sense with life without parole. john mohamad was executed in 2009. coming up at 6:00, malvo's message to the victims. >> breaking news from baltimore city. police have arrested a 16-year- old teen for bringing an unloaded gun to school. the student has been charged by the school and city police as a result. we will have more on the story as soon as we gather more information. >> police are patrolling the roland park neighborhood in full force as they search for three men behind two armed robberies and abductions. the first round to plot wednesday morning, a woman arriving home from work was forced into her car at gunpoint and ordered to withdraw money
from an atm. 10 minutes later a 19-year-old on at a bicycle was targeted. he was eventually released unharmed. the police are looking for three men. the getaway car is described as a for-store dodge stratus. police in harford county are investigating an accident that killed three people earlier today. it happened on the 7500 block of route 1 this morning. police say a chevrolet impala was headed north on route 1 when it collapsed -- it collided with a tractor-trailer headed south. the crash shut down route 1 in both directions as police conducted their investigation. the victims' names have not yet been released. a painful day in court for the mother and brother of a teen killed in a drunk driving crash. they were on trial in glen burnie on charges of furnishing alcohol to minors.
four people were killed in that accident. kim dacey sat in on the trial today and joins us live from district court in glen burnie with the details. i imagine it was a very emotional day in court. >> it really was. debby franco burst into tears after the judge announced that she and her son joshua or were acquitted on the charges of furnishing alcohol to those miners. >> today's decision by the judge completely exonerated the francos of any wrongdoing. >> debby franco and her son joshua left the courthouse in tears after the judge acquitted them on charges of furnishing alcohol to minors. 18-year-old brianna franco and her friends were killed, as well as 55-year-old terry wayne davis. police said the driver was drunk and going the wrong way on route
50 when she slammed into davis's car. >> the most important thing the public needs to know is that the driver of the vehicle who caused the accident, britney walker, consume alcohol that apparently was obtained by herself or from somebody outside of the franco household. >> the prosecution called several the teams who were at the party that night at the home. one testified he gave bri $5 in exchange for a cup for beer, but most only saw debby franco as they were leaving the party. >> there was testimony, affirmative testimony by least one witness that he was never provided alcohol by the francos. there is never been any evidence to support the charges in this case. >> before the defense began closing arguments, they made a motion for acquittal. the judge granted it, agreeing there was no testimony that
mrs. franco or joshua a furnished any of the alcohol. >> the francos' themselves could not come -- could not comment because there could still be civil litigation in this issue. >> the former university of maryland student who threatened a campus shooting rampage will not spend any time in jail. the sentence was handed down within the past hour in prince george's county court. he made an on-line threat that said he would kill enough people to make the news. he was facing a maximum of three years in prison. he remains banned from the college park campus. on leave from the navy, police say he was approached and
opened fire. david collins has the late breaking news. >> it happen right over there around 8:40 last night. alonso and his younger brother were unloading groceries for their grandmother. police do not have a motive, nor have they identified any suspects. on his first day of leave from the navy, the 24-year-old alonso is shot and killed while a family visit to his grandmother's house in south baltimore. >> they were approached by suspects' who exited a dark colored sedan. a gunman opened fire on the victims. >> martha does not want to be seen on camera. >> i heard a big round of loud shots and i could hear them screaming no, no, why him? he doesn't bother anybody. he doesn't know anybody. >> alonzo, who they called jr,
and his younger brother had just parked around the corner from their grandmother. she ran to his rescue, cradling in comforting him as he lay bleeding next to his car. >> he made it out of the hood, came back to the united states for this. he did not deserve any of this at all. >> family says alonso always got good grades in school. he graduated from school and joined the navy. he had just finished a nine- month deployment on board the uss abraham lincoln. city police are working with ncis. >> canvassing the neighborhood, going door to door, and conducting rounds in the area. this is a tragic incident. this person is a member of the
military. we have no indications he is involved in anything. we ask for the community's help. >> we have noticed heavy police presence in the neighborhood today. metro crimestoppers is offering a reward. police urged anyone with information about the case to call city police. david collins, wbal-tv 11 news. >> tragic and senseless. still to come, maryland state police are calling it an intense increase in driving enforcement. >> expect to see troopers patrolling roads were you do not normally see them. >> a frenzied campaign in the race for the white house. mitt romney focused on the states he hopes to win. the wrap up, coming up next. >> hurricane sandy already >> hurricane sandy already producing
by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that means more cargo for more businesses and more skycaps unloading more taxis... welcome to bwi. ...carrying families with more luggage. thanks. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approve this message. >> the campaign frenzy continues. mitt romney campaigned across ohio, which is a must win state for him. >> president obama bluecross the country -- flew across the
country today. >> barack obama made his marathon effort part of his message. he started the day, he had been in iowa, on the tonight show in los angeles, in nevada for a late rally, and then get a call to colin powell after the general endorsed him on cbs. >> at 9:00 a.m. in florida, the biggest swing state, where the president trails by two points. >> i have a plan that actually create jobs, and unlike mitt romney, i am proud to talk about that plan. >> nationwide, the obama lead with women has disappeared. republican senate candidate on tuesday said if a woman gets pregnant after being raped, it is god's will.
mitt romney was on the move in his must win state, ohio. he was in cincinnati at 11:00. >> the path we are on does not have an answer about how to get our economy going. >> he has cut the president's ohio lead from six to 2. >> he is talking about smaller and smaller things, despite the fact that america has such a huge challenges. this is such an opportunity for america. that is why on november 6 i am counting on ohio to vote for big change. >> paul ryan went to virginia, like the president. as barack obama headed to chicago to early vote, mitt romney kept campaigning in ohio. steve handelsman, wbal-tv 11 news.
>> just two days from now, marylanders can head to the polls for early voting. that has advocates all across the state making one final push on the key issues that will be on this year's ballot. members of the teachers' unions say they are voting yes to question 7, which would create a casino in prince george's county and at table games to all casinos. rallyist talked about how the ballot initiative would bring jobs and revenue to maryland as a whole. leaders in the jewish community are pushing for voters to back question 6, the civil marriage protection act. rabbis and others talked about moral values that mandate everyone be treated fairly under the law. >> when two people choose to marry, whether they are gay or
straight, they do so because they love each other, they share common values, they believe in a future that will be better if they commit to one another. >> speakers also touched on the nation's commitment to religious freedom, which they believe is upheld by question 6. those campaigning against the issue say they are not opposed to gays and lesbians, but they strongly support traditional marriage. >> breaking news happening in baltimore county. let's go live to captain roy taylor and skyteam 11. >> this is the parking lot of the pikesville library. looks like a vehicle that was parking in the handicapped zone inadvertently ended up driving over the sidewalk, striking an individual that was on the sidewalk. we are seeing medics 10 to that individual right now. you can see substantial damage to the front end of the car. baltimore county police and fire
are on the scene an investigation is underway right now. as soon as we get more information, i will update you. >> now, your insta-weather forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> one of those days in maryland where the western maryland mountains ended up warmer than central and eastern parts of the state because of the cloud cover their role in of the ocean. temperatures were held in check around baltimore and down to the coast, while in the mountains, temperatures in the seven's and even the 80's. "net 72, but only 67 at bwi marshall. the clouds and fog will thicken up. may briefly cleared out early this evening in spots and then it will feel back in when they redevelop. we still have the east wind supplying the moisture from the
ocean. the weather pattern will be energized by a strong cold front. 28 in denver right now, and 72 in kansas city. that front is moving east and it will combine with sandy coming up from the bahamas. where they collide, that is where we will get a really energized storm. it will be important to see where sandy goes as it moves up the coast and the timing of this front coming in from the west. it looks like the front go through here saturday night and sunday morning, and sandy will be coming in sunday night into monday. the eye has become less defined this afternoon, but still holding onto some of those winds. it is tracking through the bahamas with the wind field expanding just a little bit. it is still a category 2
hurricane. moving north at a brisk 20 miles an hour. it is forecast to make its way east of florida and east of the south carolina coastal area, starts to pull toward bermuda and then gets pulled back into the atlantic by some other level steering winds. you can see this wide range of possibilities from southern new england to maybe the carolina outer banks. anywhere in that huge region, the storm could make landfall sometime sunday night going into monday. it looks like monday will be the worst day around here. we have been watching this very closely. there is the center of the storm, southeast of hatteras. the tighter the isobars are together, the stronger the wind s. on that track we get major weather problems here with winds and flooding rains and coastal
erosion. monday will be the worst day around here. the storm finally pulled off to the north and west. the cold air will follow at. 67-72 tomorrow, monica -- morning fog and then mostly cloudy. average waves of 1 foot or less. the seven-day forecast calls for big changes coming in. tomorrow looks like the day, morning fog and maybe a little afternoon sunshine. the wind and rain pick up sunday and monday, gradually tapering off on tuesday. >> i think it is time to go to kansas. >> it is a story you first saw on 11 news. >> costing maryland's millions in tax revenue. >> some of the financial news, if you are planning to go to if you are planning to go to college in
and this is maryland. every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty million gaming at casinos in these other states. question seven will build a new casino and bring table games to baltimore... generating hundreds of millions for schools. and that money has to go to education. it's the law. so vote for question seven. so we can stop spending all that money here, and keep maryland money in classrooms like mine.
>> on the same day authorities announced a massive sweep of what they call tint illegal gambling sites, other illegal gambling activity has been uncovered as well. police say after a month-long investigation, detectives uncovered gaming devices being used illegally, games like slot, black jack, and poker, for cash. we reported yesterday at 5:00 that business is in baltimore ided in ad been rate similar fashion. >> a federal advisory panel is urging all pregnant women to get a whooping cough vaccine. you may know that whooping cough and percuss this is a highly contagious disease. there have been 32,000 cases
nationwide and 16 deaths from the disease this year alone. 2012 may turn out to be the worst year for whooping cough since the 1950's. the vaccine will also print -- protect newborns of women who are vaccinated. prospective moms are also advised to get a flu shot while they are added. the meningitis outbreak -- the new england, pounding center is being investigated for widespread sanitary issues and authorities say maryland facilities are among thousands nationwide that have done business with the center. it includes some big names like the university of maryland medical center and mercy medical center. keep in mind that did not buy the steroid initially linked to the meningitis outbreak, but officials want the public to be aware of any potential risk.
>> college tuition may be on the rise in general, but for students in maryland, things could be worse. >> police state what will be cracking down mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore.
>> state police are calling it an increase in enforcement, a jump in patrol cars lining the roads looking for anything illegal, in particular, impress it -- impaired driving. >> project so low is happening from now until christmas. rob roblin joins us with the latest on project solo. >> it is not just a police taking part, it is police jurisdictions throughout the state that will be of patrolling, beginning tomorrow. they will be out in force. it is quite simple. if you drive drunk, your going to get arrested. starting tomorrow, you will be seeing a lot more police officers on bellaire road. they have seen lots of crashes there that are alcohol-related. this is an ongoing problem with
this stretch of roadway. it is more prevalent on friday or saturday night, but we see it at all hours of the day and even during the week nights. >> in the state of maryland in 2010, there were 22,604 drivers arrested for driving under the influence, and there were 154 alcohol impaired driving fatalities. >> this weekend is operations saving our loved ones, operation solo. targets areas where we have had lots of crashes and made lots of arrests. we are looking for that impaired driver and we want to remove them from the roadway. >> officers here at dundalk community college were finishing up a two-week course on recognizing suspects under the influence of some kind of drug. >> what you are looking for is where the eyes will come
together and converge, or the eyes may go out, which may indicate they are under the influence of a drug. >> these officers have seen it all over the years, and they know the dangers of drunk drivers. >> people urinate on themselves, defecate themselves, throw up while they are driving down the road. driving down the wrong side of the road. it is very frightening to know that we share the roadway with these people all the time. >> project solo, saving our loved ones, runs through december. >> here is a look at some of our other top stories at this hour. all eyes are on hurricane sandy tonight, which forecasters say may combine with some early winter weather out west. the hurricane is currently
climbing the caribbean, where the storm is already blamed for several deaths. maryland utility companies are preparing for large-scale adages and damage. tom tasselmyer is tracking sandy. >> a strong winter like cold front coming through the upper midwest and a hurricane down in the bahamas moving north. a strange time of year when you can get cold, wintry conditions coming from canada and the topics still active. one in the middle of the country and the other big sprawling area across the bahamas and south florida. look at the computer model estimates. both of them are centered on a track curving back toward the mid-atlantic and northeast. the powerful storm looks like it will be slamming into the east coast, perhaps up to new jersey or some other new england, at the same time that cold air is coming in from the west.
more on that coming up in a few minutes. >> the teenage sniper who terrorized the maryland and virginia region 10 years ago now says he was a victim, that he was sexually abused by john allen muhammad. an exclusive interview with abc, he talks with matt lauer the telephone about the devotion to mohammad and the claims that he had been sexually abused throughout his childhood. he said he did not have the willpower to stop the killing. the now 27-year-old is now at the red onion state prison in virginia, serving a life sentence. >> a college education this became a little more affordable in maryland, which shows the state's tuition among the best. it dropped down to this 27th most expensive state to attend college. >> it is good news, but the
price of a college education in maryland has gone up, just not as much as in other states. you could say it was perfect timing. the governor at a planned meeting in annapolis with more than a dozen college student leaders from across the state. some of them join him by way of the internet. tuition has gone down from eight highest to the 27 highest in the nation. >> when you make better choices, you get better results. recently we started making the investments so that we could make college more affordable for more kids. got credit for helping hold down our even freeze college tuition. >> most of us have to work, even
though we are going to college and taking 18 credits. we are part of organizations. we volunteer in the community. we love the fact that tuition is going down or lease has not gone up. >> it is good to actually hear the numbers. >> a good bit of the governor's conversation with students had to do with how he would fight to try and continue to hold the line on college tuition. >> is always nice to have an opportunity to meet someone who is making decisions for your education, and just having that shared government opportunity. >> didn't stop the cost of what they are paying now remains the same. >> maryland also bought bid markets -- -- good marks for having the some lowest tuition for community colleges.
>> new details continue to come board about the men accused in the deadly shooting in georgia. he once blamed the ravens ray lewis for crime he committed here in baltimore. >> the 17-drove from colorado accused of murdering and dismembering a 10-year-old boy in his town. in his town. multivitamin coming in. on it chief! look alive people! smooth and steady guys. everything on schedule down here? yep, pretty regular. nice job. keep it strong. thanks. onward and upward! vo: launch your day. ...with the multivitamin made with 26 fruits and vegetables plus extra b-vitamins... ...for energy. alive. start feeling it.
>> the colorado teenager arrested for the kidnapping and killing of a 10-year-old girl has reportedly confessed to the crime. he made his first court appearance with the family of jessica bridge weight watching. he was enrolled in community college and was said to be fascinated with more jury science, with paper to each -- with a particular interest in crime scene investigations. he will be formally charged next tuesday. >> based on my experience and what i think the charges will be, i think the appropriate thing to do is to charge him as an adult.
the charges are expected to include the kidnapping and murder of jessica. prosecutors say he will not be faced with the death penalty because he is under 18. >> new details on the man charged with the shooting at a georgia megachurch. he shot a man at a mosque because he believed ray lewis of the baltimore ravens was out to get him. he believed that the victims and members of his own family were being paid by ray lewis to "get rid of him." palmer has waived his first court appearance in the georgia shooting. >> she has been considered a trailblazer among american comedians. >> ellen degeneres sat down with our own jennifer franciotti in an interview you don't want to
i've always been lucky. flew 37 bombing missions over germany. made it home every time. i'm lucky to have good friends who are all still around, and we're all lucky to have a friend named ben. ben's protected our medicare and veterans' benefits. and he's helping my 13 grandchildren afford college. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i'm honored to approve this message. >> coming up at 6:00, a family on trial for supplying alcohol to a group of teens before deadly accident back in march. plus, an interview with convicted sniper of lee malvo, who now claims he was not just controlled by stephanie rawlings-blake: voting for question seven is an...
incredible opportunity for baltimore. jim smith: question seven will bring table games like... blackjack and poker to baltimore. stephanie rawlings-blake: you're talking about 500 new jobs. ken ulman: and increased tourism will mean more business... for maryland's small businesses. jim smith: and instead of marylanders spending... five hundred and fifty million in other states... ken ulman: question seven will keep that money right here. stephanie rawlings-blake: more jobs, millions for schools. jim smith: i'm voting for question seven. ken ulman: i'm voting for question seven. stephanie rawlings-blake: and i'm voting for question seven.
>> the holiday spirit is hitting home a little early this year. these are volunteers for the maryland food bank, packing up more than 12,000 boxes filled with food that families may need this season. each box is step with the turkey along with traditional fixings like cranberry sauce. it will be distributed to areas soup kitchens, pantries, and shelters. the cost of all that food is covered by local corporations. >> after passing over jamaica and cuba, a hurricane sandy now has its sights set on the united
states. it has the potential to have a major impact on the coast, starting this weekend and into early next week. we have more from palm beach shores, florida. >> hurricane fendi continues to unleash its power on the bahamas. we are getting the outer fringes of that here. we continue to watch the waves roll in, some of them as high as four or 5 feet, and the winds have been gusting up to 50 miles an hour. this weather is expected to be with us all day tomorrow and parts of saturday morning before things finally pull away. officials have closed down schools. obviously they do not want anybody in the water here. worried about the georgia- florida football game on saturday. there are asking folks attending the game to make sure it they use their best judgment. do not bring out a lot of loose things like umbrellas and tarps that will be blowing around.
when you talk about 100,000 people out and that sort of thing, we can certainly get into trouble in a big hurry, so that is obviously a concern. the bigger concern lies as we watch a storm we have never seen on the modern meteorology maps potentially unfold to the northeast. details are uncertain, but it could be a high impact event in the making. >> a lot of potential, but we still have to wait and see. >> it will be evolving over the next few days. right now it looks like the worst of the weather from this system will be on monday. computer models take the center of that storm right over the washington area late monday or tuesday. 67 for the high, 61 for the low.
interesting that the lower temperature is almost what we would have for an afternoon high. we are really in a mild weather pattern. the clouds trying to thin out a little bit in spot right now but they will fill back again overnight. 77 degrees was the record high, fairly low for a record high. i think that is one of the first ones below 80 degrees for a record high this fall. 68 in western maryland, not much of a temperature spread from baltimore to the mountains to the coast. sunset at 6:13 and east reece continues with mild temperatures. the cold will combine with the storm coming up from the hamas and the front will be pushing through. it is still possible the front could make it to the east coast and take sandy away. the more likely scenario is that they will merge.
by the time of the storm gets up to us, it may be losing is tropical characteristics but will still be a powerful area of low pressure. this is the most likely scenario, going for predictor the hamas and turning toward bermuda, before turning back toward the mid-atlantic. some of these are off on their own, but most are clustered in this track that brings the right back into the mid atlantic. that would mostly be happening sunday night into monday. it carries it up for the great lakes. behind the storm there will be some of that cold air coming in that is up in the northern rockies and northern plains right now. that will arrive mostly on tuesday. tomorrow is another mild day.
waves that 1 foot or less. if you are heading out to the western maryland mountains for fraud or the weekend, decent weather out there and mostly partly cloudy skies and 69. showers on saturday, sunday is much colder. on the eastern shore, a little sunshine trying to break through an afternoon and some scattered showers late in the evening on saturday. tomorrow is decent, the weather rapidly deteriorate sunday into monday in ocean city as sandy comes up the coast. 70 tomorrow, 68 saturday, rain and winds increasing sunday and monday. it could be very heavy rain and wind, tapering off on tuesday. chilly temperatures with ties only in the 40's.
>> american airlines might be in the depths of bankruptcy, but it is hiring. a spokesman said it will at least 1500 new flight attendants over the next year. they also plan to hire 2500 pilots over the next five years. american has lost thousands of employees as part of the reorganization. bad news for another major air carrier. federal officials are considering fining a u.s. airways for flying a jet 916 times without performing in required tests and inspections. this is not video of the exact aircraft, but investigators said the plane in question has a leaking fuel pump. apparently the plan was put back into service. u.s. air races is responding to the proposed fine but claims rules were followed. there is an encouraging news tonight from highway safety
group about keeping your child safe are riding in a car. test results show we are doing much better job than the rest of the years ago. the institute for highway safety could only find 10 booster seats working at the best bet rating. today there were nearly 50 of them. >> over the top of that size, so it is not riding on the tummy, which is prone to injury in a crash. it is not writing a up to the neck or off to the side. x and new child safety seat law went into effect this month in maryland. kids are required to write in a booster sheet until begin a booster seat until they are fighters so. by more inverse -- find more information on our website,
wbaltv.com. >> startling revelations come to light in an exclusive nbc interview with lee malvo. jayne miller has a live report on that issue at 6:00. >> i get to laugh every day. i get to have interesting, intriguing people on that made me laugh. i have the greatest job in the world. >> ellen degeneres sits down with 11 news. she opens up to jennifer franciotti about her success, her struggles, and at streakers.
as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i wouldn't want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, so i shouldn't deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. i support this law because it doesn't force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6.
>> ellen degeneres was in the sea to receive the mark twain numerous awards and she took some time out for scheduled to sit down with jennifer franciotti to talk about why she has the best job in world. >> we have an entire hour of madonna, which will be a great show. >> that show with madonna errors on monday. i recently got a chance to sit down with ellen and she tell me the very best part about the last decade, positively affecting viewers at home, and the individuals and families she has been able to help. >> i have seen you give a family $10,000.
>> i have been there before. when i just started out, my mother sending me $20 to help me pay a bill. that meant the world to me. i did my laundry, bringing it might close in a suitcase down the street to the laundromat because i did not have a car. i took buses. i know what it feels like to struggle. i wish i could help everybody, but i know what it is like to give them carte or give them $10,000. you talk to anybody who knows they are making somebody feel good, it is really a selfish thing, because it really makes me feel good. as much as i am helping them, i am helping myself. >> she talked about the bat meant streaker iran on the field before the ravens game. >> we sent him a new tape and
new underwear. it is a striped underwear and it is a different tape, and i would like to see that he uses it, because i am a big fan of his. he is not as interrupting a game for no reason. first of all, he was using along more. let's give him credit for that. he was trying to bring back the lawn more. is not ironic that he was on a field of grass. the more i talk about him, the more i like him. >> ellen says she is thankful to be right where she is. >> i get to laugh every day. i get to have people on who are interesting and intriguing and make me think and make me laugh. i have the greatest job in the world. >> that is all for us at 5:00. here is a look at what is coming
of new at 6:00. >> the latest on hurricane sandy and how it may impact our weather, coming up. >> lee malvo and what he says to victims' families, and his new claims about john mohammad. >> the mother and robert of a drunk driving crash victim have their day in court -- the mother and brother. i have new details in a live report. >> you are watching wbal-tv 11. >> live, local, latebreaking. this is 11 news at 6:00 p.m. >> after passing over jamaica and cuba, hurricane sandy has its sights set on the u.s.. good evening, everyone. sandy has the potential to major -- to make a major impact on the east coast. >> when did this all going to be here? >> it will slowly approach over the next couple of days. the major