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>> the other side of the law. why an officer was taken into custody. the baltimore sports community mourns the loss of a baseball great. and the wander age way from new orleans as the ravens face off against the patriots. wbal sunday morning starts now. >> hello. welcome to 11 news sunday morning. >> our top stories in just a moment. first we want to look at the weather with ava murray.
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>> yesterday was beautiful. sunshine temperatures moved into the low 50s. today will be a little cooler. not only the temperatures but we will have stronger winds as well. that will add windchill to the air. right now temperatures aren't fwhad. we are talking 40s to start off the morning. that's pretty good on a january morning. we have 44 right now downtown and 41 at the airport. forecast for today we are expect to do get into the upper 40s. we are starting off with mostly clear skies. there could be a few clouds late into the day as temperatures get up near 50 degrees. with the chilly breeze it will feel colder than that. make sure you dress warm through out the day we will be enjoying the dry weather. cold weather comes into the 70s. stay tuned for the details. well, the ravens are in ready for the championship rematch against the new england patriots in what could be the biggest game of the year. ravens fans have been looking
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forward to this game all week long. we are now 13 hours away from the game. ravens will make the last push for the super bowl when they take on the patriots. pete gilbert has more. >> less intimidated or confidence in the chances to win than the ravens. the texans thought they were ready twice this year dismissed. the ravens have wanted gillette stadium and in defeat safe to say from new england attention is concern earned. >> i have tremendous respect for the baltimore raven the. they are great competitors. we know we have to play the best game of the year. >> baltimore has great football team. very good on defense. we have had a lot of great games against them. and this will be another great game. >> regularity with which they not meenlt but compete with such ferocious balance has not read
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much contempt in fox brother but instead acceptance. >> we played these guys two time this is year. once last year. i mean it is starting to become a norm now. might as well add them to the afc east. we play them that much. >> it would start to balance out the ledger of the afc's rivalry. >> comblier blake is making a wager on the game. the losing team's mayor will have to make good on a promise. if the patriots come out on top he promised crab cakes to the mayor. that's on top of stuffed cabbage and -- i can't say that from sophie's place. as a fwons mayor he agreed to send a variety of unique foods
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our way if the havravens win. new england famous ugly hot sauce. and whoopi munster's whoopi pies. >> durable stella brought smile to the newsroom with her purple jersey and a head band. the defense is well represented with la all decked out in purple. followed by the fans at real estate group. eric and po the havens fan photos at wbal.com. one is grieveing this morning because of the loss of baseball legend earl weaver. he was on an annual cruise when he died. he was remembered as a force to be reckoned with but a fearless
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leader on the baseball die p monday. >> when baltimoreans think of the silver haired earl we think of intensity harass ability and longevity. the earth of bauearl as baltimo. beloved like a son of the city. he was st. louis born in 1930 but spent his entire career as a manager in baltimore. the ball club was his for 17 seasons from 1968 to 1982 and from 1985 to 1986. under the earl the otherials o yells won a title 4 pennants and the world series in 1970. in all he won 1480 games. when he was inducted into the hall of fame in 1996 he was acknowledged for his intensity, flair and as certificati assert. his style and colorful
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confrontations with the men in flu. pitching and three run homer were the hall marks. close your eyes surely you see his hat on backwards his face full of fire on the verge of ejection. our earl of baltimore. in 1986 he said on my tombstone just write the sorest loser that ever lived. a sore loser number four, one who will be sorely missed. >> the passing of earl weaver came on a day when orioles fans came together in baltimore for fanfest. fans share the favorite memories of weaver's time. >> coming in. both doors are open. >> it's a sad day. i think it is appropriate they are celebrating oriole baseball at the fanfest. >> as thousands of fans look ahead to the pmise of the coming season many are looking back celebrating the life of
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earl weaver widely considered the greatest ghaern the team -- manager the team has ever had. the fanfest started with a tribute and a moment of vsilenc. >> he was a big inspiration to everybody. sad to hear he is gone. >> we are an oriole family. >> on days like this it's nice to be with birds of the same feather. >> you wouldn't want to be anywhere else first day around oriole players and thousands of oriole fans just to remember everything about them. >> sad day for the oriole fans but it was nice to see them come to the stadium one last time. >> number four, the great earl weaver. >> he's talking about this past season when weaver was one of 6 hall of famers the orioles honored with a bronze statue. >> he went to every statue dedication. it was almost like a victory lap or a victory tour for him
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because we get to see him again. >> now that he is gone current orioles manager said there's a lot of emotion at fanfest. some of it is excitement and forward momentum some of it is because of the loss of an orioles legend. >> everybody is trying to collect their thoughts and feelings. there is a reason they call him earl of baltimore. >> sara sampson wbal-tv 11 news. >> the mayor released a statement on weaver's passing. his team brought pride as well as championships to our great city. my prayers are with the families the orioles and generations of fans who loved his unique character and shared great memories. two people are dead after a single car accident. it happened at 2:30 in the 6500 block of paren parkway. missed a curve ran off the road and struck a tree. two passengers were pronounced
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dead at the scene. the driver was taken to shock trauma in serious but stable condition. police are investigating a homicide in the 300 block of east north avenue. police responded to a call for aggravated assault shortly after midnight saturday. investigators found a whom would eventually died from her injuries. no word on a suspect or possible motive. a police officer is out on bail after being raised at a bar. police were called to the reck room around 2:15 saturday morning that's where they found 28-year-old matthew daughterty allegedly intoxicated. he was off duty but pointed his service weapon at two other men during a confrontation at the parking lot. he faces two counts of reckless endangerment. >> it is 5:09 and 41 degrees. it is a purple day. very purple. they are supposed to pick you up but are also putting you down.
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a link to energy drinks. >> the entire nation will be watching the mighty found of marilyn's play for the president. first a life picture outside ava has the weather forecast next. stay with us. at ikea, we don't just design furniture. we design good mornings. little experiments. big ideas. brighter ways.
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>> it is sparking snow showers across the great lakes region moving into ohio. we can see a band of rainshowers tracking through up state new york. that will be tracking into snow as the cold air comes in. this will be coming through the area into the next couple days a chance for snow and much colder weather. temperatures are a little on the chilly side. not too bad for a january morning. 41 degrees at bwi marshall 44 downtown and 39 park son.
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for a january morning we should be starting off in the 20s. so much above normal right now. we will be above normal even into the afternoon. winds will take a toll on the temperatures more today than what you saw yesterday especially as they start to pick up out of the west. right now they are only between 5 and 10 miles per hour around the baltimore metro area. 14 in cambridge and ocean city. that will add a windchill to the air. a sunny start and afternoon clouds later on. you have to dress for today winds west 10-20 miles per hour. gusting up to 30 miles per hour making it feel 10 degrees colder at times. boy is it going to get cold into the next couple days. powerful cold front moves in as we go into tomorrow. look at the deep shading the purple that's the cold air that will drop in. notice how it drops 20 degrees from chicago down to minneapolis
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where they are at 0 degrees. wait for our temperatures to see a big drop as well. the first of it will be a weak cop cold front that am coulds through later in the afternoon. it will does koom throw mostly dry unless you get up into the mountains where they have light snow showers. notice how the front does come through dry. mostly dry as we go into new england. second cold front could come through something if you are hiding down to dc for the inauguration you may have to face slippery spots on the roads. it will be cold for the ravens they play earlier this evening dropping to the upper 20s for the game. the windchill will make it feel colder. at least the game will be mostly dry. they face much worse conditions. they will be okay into the evening hours. for us mostly cloudy chance for
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a snow shower. some areas could see a little bit of accumulation. if you get a heavier snow shower maybe an inch of snow but you won't see that widespread. 7-day forecast: >> maryland will be making lots of noise for the first time in the four-year history the university of maryland marching band has been tap to perform for an audience. >> a 21-year-old maryland native will be leading the way. >> one of the biggest honors especially as a musician. >> university of maryland senior brendan kelly is getting ready for his swan song. it is huge. he's one of three drum majors who will lead the mighty sound of maryland marching band in the 57th presidential inaugural parade. >> a lot of people wait their entire lives for a chance to do
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this. >> this band was selected at more than 2800 applicants. they will march 15th blocks down pennsylvania avenue and perform for the president. the ultimate honor says band director l. richmond sparks. >> they are making use for brand new uniform making arrangements foresee kret service and coraling of crew that is still on winter break. >> they are scattered to the four winds and we are anticipating their arrival. >> first time we see the band together is a month that have before the parade. >> he will be playing the maryland victory song in a john flims susa march. >> we are going back to washington with a "washington post" mark. >> a once of a lifetime opportunity in education major knows it is a teachable moment.
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>> my students can see what is the pinnacle of performing in a matching band. >> here's the thing. a lot of talent to be able to move and play an instrument. i can barely walk and talk. >> did you play? >> what about you? >> i played the clarinet. and the saxophone. all that hot air. i knew it had to be a wind instrument. i am sorry. i just thought so. >> clink, clink, clink. go ahead, baby. >> up next underestimating the average duration of a cough? should it last a week or two. >> what researchers are saying. >> center for science and public interest is handing out the extreme eating award to chain restaurants. what the award means and what they are trying to do. it's a big step towards revitalizing the west side as an
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>> more people are ending up in the emergency room because of health related visits to the er. the number of people needing med medical attention after consuming energy drinks doubled in that time period which is the same time span the drinks have become more popular in convenience stores bars and restaurants. you would never order 88 grams of fat unless it's under the guys of a bacon shed dar double and an apple shake at a burger joint. we have more on what the centers for science and public interest sees as the unhealthiest restaurant meals. >> whether it's t no matter wha
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order at the cheesecake factory you bet more calories than you would need in a day. >> they have four-days of saturated fat. >> that's the team for the certainties of science in the public interest. the csc i is handing out the annual extreme eating awards to chain restaurants based on calorie sodium and fat data. the point is to shock people into seeing what goes into their mouths. >> we try to take america by the lap pell and shake them and say be careful. if you want to eat these meals fine. but you should know what you are getting. >> you get more than 6,000 milligrams of salt a four-day supply when you order a full rack of baby back ribs at chilies. it comes from home fridays and cinnamon apples. they are always eating out and
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avoiding gast nomic gluttony. >> instead of beginning your meal with a fat twty appetizer choose hot tea. or broth based soup. >> in a statement the national restaurant association says it is committed in taking a proactive road in helping the industry address food and healthy living including obesity. even the cheesecake factory offers a skinny luscious menu. the trick is missiskipping the restaurant's namesake. >> the average cost lasts 17 days some think it should last only a week. a new study say patients think a corpse should last 9 days. the misinformation could lead to doctors over prescribing antibiotics even though the drugs don't work in a number of
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cases. >> oo ribbon cutting of the theater. now a look at what's going on around today. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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now all general mills big g kid cereals have more whole grain than any other ingredient in cereals like lucky charms and cinnamon toast crunch, the delicious way to help them grow up strong. >> the theater opened its doors. we have a sneak peak outside their new digs.
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>> oo the new every man theater is officially opening. >> it's a culmination of five years of work fundraising $18 million and actually building the theater with 34,000 square feet there's enough space for everything they do. >> before every man had to rent space to do our education program, to do rehearsals to oh do anything outside of the play that was happening on stage because that is all the space we have. everything can happen under one roof. >> it is the bromo tower outs and entertainment district revitalizing baltimore. >> we need anchor looifshg ry man to continue the momentum of the restaurant makes the
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neighborhood stronger more attractive for residents and businesses. every man brought regional attention to baltimore's growing community theater. >> their production of august osage county starts tuesday after weekend events including a gala and brunch organizers say that's when the real work begins. >> we have to put our game face on and make this a special place not only for the theater we produce but as a destination in and of itself. >> for more information on the new every man theater or performances you will find a link on our web site wbal-tv.com. wbal-tv 11 news. >> it is beautiful. >> it's purple, too. tomorrow it will be a night to remember for members. we will ex mravenlt >> president obama gets ready for another four years of public service with a day of service. that story is coming up. temperature is okay today
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but much colder as we go into the week even a chance of snow tomorrow. we will have the details coming up.
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>> welcome back. thank you for joining us. >> actually the morning right now is not that bad. temperatures in the 40s. normally we should be in the 20s. i think that puts it into perspective. yesterday we hit the low 50s in the afternoon. this is the nice weather before the cold bottoms in for the next couple days. we have 41 degrees at the airport. cold air to the northwest currently at 39. temperatures climb up to 50 degrees some of you in the mid 40z. a cold front is coming this way. that will produce a couple you clouds into the afternoon and breezy winds behind us. watch those temperatures thall down. we will show you that in the 7 day. >> president obama's public inauguration this year falls on the federal holiday remembering martin luther king jr.
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>> in order to keep the spirit of the holiday the president declared a national day service and a look at all of the inaugural events already underway. >> in the nation's capital an inaugural ball for military kids and their family. >> welcome, welcome, welcome. >> who better to usher in the star studded concert than usher himself. >> incredible event because the youth matters. >> katie perry lit up the stage, too. >> not eefrn sven she could ee first lady michelle obama. >> this is what inauguration is all about. it's about celebrating who we are as americans and all of the things that make this country so great. >> it was a busy inaugural day for the first lady and her husband the president. >> they volunteered their time at a local school as part of the
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national day of service. they were honoring the life and legacy of dr. martin luther king and the president called on americans to do the same by helping neighbors in need. around the country an estimated quarter million people did he can exactly that. blocks from the white house they designated ways for people to serve the community regard lgs of age. >> this is a good job to give back to people who need our help. >> you want to give back and have people pay it forward. >> taking saefgs in giving back to others on this national day of service. >> speaking of service the president faces the official t oath of office in the white house. wbal-tv 11 news. come night to be a night to recommend for four u.s. service members. take a look at this.
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one represented each military branch selected to dance at the inaugural ball. william nelson will dance with the president. the first lady will be joined by marine sergeant timothy easterly. the four were chosen to service accomplishments and leadership. i am excited and nervous. of course i will be in front of thousands of people dancing. i will do my best. >> i was not prepared for all of the media calls i got starting yesterday. that has been kind of wild. it has been a little bit of a wow factor. but i guess maybe a little bit nervous. >> a service member from the u.s. coast card will be represented in the official event program. oop oo it he shorter than the first lady? i would be afraid i would step on their feet. >> you just wouldn't want the
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first lady. >> college tuition is about to go up for maryland students. i have my tips on what college students are doing about the hikes. >> what and who are there? her hike from the freedom trail. >> temperatures aren't so bad right now in the low 40s. it is going to get much colder. details coming up. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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plummet as we go through the upcoming week. first indication is we have strong lake-effect snow showers. trying to track all of the way from one coast to the west. temperatures are starting off mild. southwest at 4 miles an hour at the airport 11 down to our south in california, 13 miles per hour in cambridge. start to go pick up a little bit as we go through the southwest. that will keep a chill in the air today. temperatures yesterday reached in the low 50s. today we are talking upper 40s. a few degrees cooler not by much but it feels cooler today because of the winds. they will be coming in out of the west 10-20 miles per hour. gusting up to 30 miles per hour. you want to bundle up if you plan to be out later today with the windchill. we start off sunny and a few
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clouds build in as we go through the afternoon. here's a look at the temperatures across the state right now. 41 degrees at the airport. 44 downtown. 39 parkton and 34 in frederick. these temperatures could be much worse. they are going to get so much colder as we go into the next couple days. this is what we are watching right now. the cold air already starting to make its way into minnesota, wisconsin as well. currently minneapolis at 0 degrees. we are going to see temperatures a little closer to that as we go into this week. cold front will be coming our way this afternoon. it will be mostly dry. today no chance of precipitation the following day a better chance. but put the future cast in motion to time this out. watch this cold front here creating snow showers in pennsylvania. up state new york through out the day. then it starts to swing eastern in pennsylvania. we are not talking much precipitation just a few clouds this afternoon. tomorrow colder air starts to
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filter in. lake-effect snow showers could make their way down into maryland and have have to watch along the 95 core gore going into new england. people traveling back from the game could face snow showers. it will be dry for the game partly cloudy skies in fox borough, massachusetts. breezy conditions temperatures falling into the upper 20s through out the day and we are expecting gusts up to 20 miles per hour. that adhas the windchill feel le teens at times. people traveling back for the game watch out for snow showers along 95. even here expecting snow showers scattered about few areas could see up to an inch of snow. we are expecting breezy conditions as well. chilly only in the upper 30s. look at tdwroefr night. >> jennifer fans yacranciotto h scoping out havens fans.
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jennifer took the hike along the freedom trail. ran into a couple of ravens fans. >> boston is an old city. if you like history the burial ground is a must see on the trail. on the bots ton harbor a familiar sight. this floating history museum is the uss constitution. boston common marks the earliest celting of the city by the puritans. pure fun across the street an ice rink sits in the shadows of the new massachusetts skate house. you can see where the lanterns were hung for the midnight ride of paul revere where the decision was made to host the boston tea party. the burying ground is in the middle of downtown fwons. only 2,000 or so visible grave stones but it is believed over 9,000 are buried here including many famous revolutionary
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figures. >> i spend a significant portion of the tours at the burial ground because so many famous patriots are buried here. >> this is john hancock. >> a key siren of the declarations of independence. >> he says here will you find the graves of samuel adams, ben franklin's family p and foot stone of paul revere's grave. graves cover the memorial. >> hebrews and scottish a token of admiration and respect. >> there is a marker believed to be of mother goose. really the mother goose. you can pay for a tour to talk it yourself. that's what the ravens fans in for the game decided to do. >> we were talking about that last night. not many cities outside of baltimore. >> cool, too, ravens one game away from the super bowl. the outlook? >> optimistic.
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absolutely. >> fren i ever france yacht j-- jennifer franciotto. >> the calls for hire education in the fall. >> first here's a look at last night's winning lottery number. these sweet honey clustery things have fiber?
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counselors. it is also needed because of a growing student population. right now there are more than 388 school based counselors in baltimore county. but this appears to be in the elementary school. the head of the district school counseling says the new positions are critical to keeping schools safe. >> any time we can make a smaller community where we know the students behavior and changes in the behavior we have a more dramatic impact. >> our goal is to make sure every stew didn't doesn't fall through a crack. we try to work in concert with the teacher. >> it is part of the district's $1.3 billion budget proposal. >> the cost of a college education is about to go up for students. they are proposing a 3 percent tuition hike. news of a tuition hike didn't come to a surprise to
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college presidents already working with students to help make ends meet. >> one of the concerns in the system is to keep college affordable. make sure people can start a college education and finish a college education and it's a good one. >> this is what it will look like this fall on the college bill for in state tuition. 25 percent increase for students at the university of maryland. $169. $169.80 for tal some university 169.62 at cowpens state university and $225.55 at the maryland land park. the student member board of reege against says the increase could have been higher. >> tuition has to go up to keep the funding up for universities. quality is important. so 3 percent is not that bad
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considering what other states are doing. >> the student was one of more than 2 dozen college government leaders who met with the governor in the fall. in that meeting pledged to hold down college costs. meantime he expects the state will spend more on other college programs. >> we anticipate an infusion of new funds to help the system move forward on the goals that the state has for higher education better degree completion, work force development. greater impact on economic development. >> the general as semly will have the last word on the higher education package. wbal-tv 11 news. >> we don't want you to go anywhere. much more ahead. stay with us. >> good morning. i am greg tolin game day for the
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>> good morning. i am greg tolin. game day is finally here. ravens take on the patriots tonight in the afc championship game. pete is in fox borough with a preview. >> who comes to fox borough less intimidated more xon ifconfident chances to win than the ravens? they have won at gillette stadium and in defeat safe to say attention is earned. >> i have tremendous respect for the ravens and all of the things they do. they are great competitors. we know we are going to have to play our best game of the year this sunday. >> there is just baltimore has a great football team. they have had a great team for a long time. very good on defense. we have had a lot of great
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teams. >> the regularity with which the ravens and patriots not only meet but compete with such ferocious balance hasn't bred much contempt instead a welcome can acceptance. >> we play these guys we have played them two times this year. once last year. i mean it started with norm now. might as well as it to the afc east. we play them just that much. >> a win for the ravens might change that tune but would balance out the ledger of the rivalry. >> beat gilbert in fox borough. earl weaver was 5 foot 6 but he was larger than life and without question the greatest manager the team has ever had. he died on an orioles cruise in the caribbean. weaver was back in cam ben yards where th-- camden yards where ty unfailed a statue of him. his accomplishments are many
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four american pennants and world series title. won 90 or more games in 11 of his 17 seasons. inducted into the baseball hall of fame in 1996. jim palmer has fond memories about his old manager especially a spring training story about palmer's prepstration and greatness. >> a couple years ago after the hall of fame like the night before the induction earl was in for his agent and a couple of friends. i told him that story. i said one of the biggest compliments you ever paid me was what you told mike flanagan. i didn't just tell flanagan, i told everybody. pretty much kind of -- >> earl weaver will be missed but never forgotten. i am greg tolin. hope you have a great day. >> it will be a great day. ravens playing.
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>> 5:54. here's a look ahead to our next hour of 11 news sunday morning venlt >> coming up the orioles react to earl weaver's death. >> a cold front muffling through the northeast. won't really bring much precipitation but a big drop in temperatures. >> the president gets ready for the inauguration. how the family will spend the dlieding up to the ceremony. stay with us. ♪
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>> hello. welcome to 11 news sun dmiern--y morning. >> wasn't to take a look outside with meteorologist avenue ya ma. >> normal high temperatures rather than lows. we had strong winds that's what kept the temperatures from falling too much. low 40s out near the airport 40 downtown 41 columbia and 39 in sitesville. we will see the winds coming out of the southwest. that held up snow falling too much overnight 14 miles per hour in salisbury. winds around 4 miles at the airport. expect those to pick up in the afternoon. that will add a chilly breeze to the air. temperatures will be above normal in the upper 40s through the afternoon. it will feel colder with the
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windchill. dress appropriately. dress as if it was going to be 10 degrees colder. we will talk about the 7 day coming up. >> the ravens are ready for the championship rematch against the new england patriots in what could be the biggest game of the year. fans have been looking forward to the game all week. we are looking 12-hours before game time. >> the ravens take on the last push for the super bowl. we have more. >> less intimidated more confidence in their chances to win than the ravens. texans thought they were ready twice this year. dismissed. they landed hey makers they won at gillette stadium and in defeat safe to say respect has been earned. oo i have spreekt for the baltimore ravens and what they do. they are great competitors. we have to play the best game of the year sunday.
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>> i think baltimore has a great football team. they have had a great team for a long time. very good on defense. we have had a lot of great games against them. i think this one will be another great game. >> the regularity with which the ravens and patriots not only win but compete with such ferocious balance hasn't bred much contempt instead a welcome can acceptance. >> we played these guys played them two times this year. once last year. it started with the form might as well add to the afc east. we play themmatch. >> a win for the haveravens mig change the tune but would balance out the ledger of the most budding rivalry. the combliers are making a wager. they will have to make good on a promise. if the patriots come out on top mayor roll bins blake will send
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stuffed pcabbage from sophie's place. as boston mayor he agreed to send a variety of unique foods our way if the ravens. the hot sauce and whoopie monster's whoopie pie. >> fans are showing their ravens spirit in the north he's. one devote to do the ravens the other to the patriots. t a family pays tribute to r. all of the best pictures are on wbal-tv.com. >> while one bolt more team gets ready another is grieving the
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loss of earl weaver. the former orioles manager was traveling on an orioles cruise when he passed away. he is remembered as a force to be reckoned with but also a fearless leader on the baseball diamond venlt>> when baltimoreans think of silver haired earl we think of intensity harass ability and longevity. as containing ruantankerous as blue grab but beloved. >> spent his entire career as a manager of baltimore. the ball club was his for 17 seasons from 1968 to 1982 and from 1985 to 1986. under the earl the orioles won 6 al east titles 4 american league pennants and of course the world series in 1970. in all he won 1480 games. when he was inducted into the hall of fame in 96 he was
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acknowledged for his intensity flair and assertive whit. it sites his managerial style and colorful confrontations with the men in blue. pitching defense and three run homer were his hall marks. close your eyes and think of earl sheerl yurely you see his backwards his face a fire on the urge of ejection. our earl of baltimore. in 86 he said on my tombstone just write, the sorest loser ever lived. a sore loser number 4, one who will be sorely missed. >> the passing of earl weaver just so happened to come on a day when orioles fans from all over came together in baltimore for fanfest. >> sara samson spent a day with the fans who shared favorite
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memories of all time. >> he's coming in, please. both doors are open. >> it's a sad day. i think it's appropriate that they are celebrating oriole baseball at the fanfest here in baltimore. >> thousands of fans look ahead to the promise of the coming season many are looking back. celebrating the life of earl weaver widely considered the greatest manager the team has ever had. this year the annual fanfest started with a tribute. and a moment of center lines. >> he was a big inspiration for everybody. sad to hear that he is gone. >> we are an oriole family. we feel bad for the weaver family. >> on days like this, it's nice to be with birds of the same feather. >> you wouldn't want to be anywhere else for today to spend all day around oriole and other yell players and thousands of oriole fans just to remember everything about them. >> sad day for the oriole fans but it was nice to be able to see them come to the stadium one
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last tile. >> number 4, the great earl weaver. >> he's talking about this past season when weaver was one of 6 hall of famers the orioles honored with a bronze statue. >> he went to every statue dedication. it was almost like a victory lap or victory tour for him. we get to see him again. >> now that he is gone current orioles manager said there's a lot of emotion at fanfest some of thit is excitement some of i is because of the loss of an oriole's legend. it meant so much to so many pee. >> sara sampson wbal-tv 11 news. >> weaver's teams brought pride as far as world series championship to our great city. the orioles and generations of fans who loved the unique
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character and shared great memories on 33rd street. >> two people are dead after a single car accident in baltimore city. it happened in the 6500 block of paren parkway. a car missed a curve and went off the road and struck a tree. two passengers were ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. the driy is in serious but stable condition. >> after investigating a homicide in northeast baltimore it happened in the 300 block of east north avenue. they called for aggravated assault. a woman eventually died of her injuries. no word on a suspect for possible motive. >> a baltimore police officer is arrested at a bar. according to county officials they were found in a reck room at about 2:15 that's where they found daugherty intoxicated. he was off duty but pointed his
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>> 41 degrees right now at the airport. 42 downtown. colder up to the north. 38 degrees into park ton 34 in frederick. we have 30 near 40 degrees as you head out into westerly maryland. overall well above normal to start off the day. part of reason for that we had
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stronger winds overnight. it's the clear calm nights we get a lot of the heat loss overnight. look at the winds starting to pick up in maryland. gusting up to 24 miles per hour. in oakland we are seeing wind gusts in the 10-15 mile per hour range across the eastern shore. the winds will add a chill to the air today. even though it's in the upper 40z toward the afternoon doesn't sound that bad take off about 10 degrees when you factor in the wind gusting up to 25 to 35 miles per hour winds today sustained 10-20 miles per hour out of the west. sunny skies to start and a few clouds as we go into the afternoon. mostly dry conditions in new england as well. temperatures on the chilly side. better than what they faced in
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denver. dropping into the upper 20s through out the west of the game. breezy winds will add a windchill as well. plenty prepared after denver. 41 up in boston. 41 degrees in baltimore. 40 louisville, 18 in chicago. this is very cold air that will be coming in out of the northwest. you can see it in the purple shading 0 degrees at minneapolis st. paul airport. that cold air will come our way behind the cold front that moves through later this afternoon. the first cold front comes through mostly dry. we don't have to worry about precipitation here or in boston as well. watch here on the future cast. tracks in pennsylvania and falls apart. sprinkle in parts of western massachusetts for the day and dry conditions for the game. it's the cold air behind the front that will spark instability snow showers into tomorrow. these will cause minor accumulations across the area. scattered snow showers and snow squalls coming through.
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if you are planning to head to inauguration keep that in mind. there could be slippery travel at times nothing major as snow showers will be scattered and not everyone will get that. breezy conditions by the afternoon making it feel that much colder as temperatures drop into the 30s. look how much colder into the 7-day forecast talking highs only in the 20s tuesday and wednesday and the overnight. drop down closer to the single digits. >> next time you have an extra insrication to a dinner party or cocktail party we suggest you call charlie bought man in tacoma park. >> you may not have heard his name but you will know his voice. it starts in 1949 with the inauguration. he shared the stories. >> i think of it as being almost a play by play announcer for the president. >> president obama's security inauguration is charlie bratman's 16th. he has been the official announcer for every inaugural parade since 1949. >> you are 85.
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>> 85 and counting. >> you have been doing these parades since you were 22. oo t >> correct. >> yet you seem to be just as excited and enthusiastic as if it was the first wuvenlt>> and i still am. isn't that wild? >> perched on top of the parade stand broughtman has the best seat in the house. he's the president's eyes and ears. >> he knows when to stand. he knows when to put his hand over his heart. if he is wearing a hat he knows when to take it off. the>> the former voice of the senators his basement is packed with souvenirs to mementos from sports legends to decades of parade scripts. eep one is an extension of that president's personality. >> true man very conservative. no special parade. ne
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nixon, he plays it straight. kennedy is spectacular. >> what about reagan the first one? >> mr. show biz. that was the best parade ever. >> he expects president obama to once again field a people's parade. >> president obama feels strongly about the people. especially the young people. when they are at a presidential inaugural parade they will remember that for the rest of their lives. >> when it happens charlie brat man will make the call. >> it's history in the making. i am happy to have my little toe in there. >> giving a voice to history as it happens. in tacoma park i am kate omara. >> quite an honor. >> what a character, too. >> new restaurants ahead a look for a new entertainment center.
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>> the mta is upping the anti to get more people to use public transportation. officials announced a pass break for mta computer choice program doubled they can allow 340 pretaxed dollars toward a monthly pass that can be used on the buses, metro. light rail and train. more than 400 companies are on board because of the savings they pass on to their employees. >> it allows employees to purchase their pass using pretax
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dollars. they save on federal state and fica taxes associated with that deduction. that money stays in their paycheck. >> 17,000 commuters scurrently participate. head to the private economy page of wbal-tv.com. 11 news reporter has the weekend blam berg business repo -- bloomberg business report. >> get ready to pay more for groceries. a drought can wreak havoc on food prices again. the drop that sent some crop prices to records over the summer could stretch into the second year. as we get ready to celebrate the life and legacy of dr. martin luther wing jr. on monday it has hurt people of color with overall economic well-being toward blacks and latinos. are you looking for a new home? how about the husband on 1600
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pennsylvania avenue. according to the real estate firm they have an estimated value of nearly $295 million. in theory as a potential fooibu 30 year fixed mortgage rate 20 percent down payment that works out to 1.1 million a month for the 35 bathroom house. but if the obama's wanted to rent out the white house to another family tenants could expect to pay more than $1.75 million per month in rent. that's pretty pricey. >> now at the new york stock exchange with the wind burg on the weekend report for wbal 11 news. new restaurants are underway for baltimore movie. it is given dinner and a movie.
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you are looking at a complete 200 seat eit level. the 90,000 square foot with a ball part $85 million investment that means jobs excitement entertainment. >> to create 5,000 jobs is intensely gratifying and we know how desperately needed as it is. >> calhoun's is expected to open in 2014. that's more straight ahead. first let's look at what's going on today. mmmmmm. a choice of 6 skillet entrees,
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>> ef the story on new fans on the road to new orleans. >> we have a cheerlead lead. >> these are some of the youngest raye vens fravens fans there. >> i don't think we can stop it. it's raven fever. every morning they come in they watch sunday night football they are pumped up after the game. when they come in monday morning they are talking the game. >> the learning center isn't trying to fight it. the kids decorated their classrooms and hallways with
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ravens paraphernalia. >> the children have been doing a lot of artwork. we have been getting them pumped up and ready for the games. >> it is not just about the fun raven activities they worked in the ravens to the learning curriculum. >> you can talk about shapes from the football and the numbers on the jersey which is writing and language using numbers in countling. there are so many different ways also physical crogross motor teaching them how to throw a ball. >> i am going to watch the game on sunday and eat snacks. >> these ravens fans are just as excited about the game as patriots than any other adults. they are confident they will see victory in fox borough. >> are they going to win sunday? >> yes. >> you think they are going to win the super bowl? >> yes. >> the havens will be taking a trip to new orleans. >> i think they can. >> i think we are going to the
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super bowl. i know gwe are going to the supr bowl. >> from terry hall wbal 11 news. >> i like the boy who says i am going to watch the game and eat snacks. >> he is cute, though. >> 6:27. president obama's second time. >> the last steps and what's in store for the inauguration. >> much colder tomorrow even a chance for snow keep that in mind if you are travelling down to dc. we will have details coming up.
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temperatures in the upper 40s in the afternoon. it won't feel like that because of the winds. colder weather tomorrow and beyond. we will show you that in the 7-day forecast. >> today marks the official end of president barack obama's first time in office and the beginning of his second. he will take part in the official swearing in ceremony. tracie potts has details on the inauguration. >> good morning everyone from
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capitol hill. wreaths at arlington national ceremony then the vice president is sworn in before the president takes the oath of office. >> four years after making history this morning president obama takes the oath of office again in a small ceremony at the white house. he has been talking about what this day means on-line with the inaugural committee. >> the inauguration remind us of the role that we have as fellow citizens in promoting a common good. >> he talked about the inauguration to children at a washington school where he picked up paintbrushes as part of national day of service. >> it's a symbol of how our democracy works and how we peacef peacefully transfer power. but it should be an affirmation
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we are all in this together. >> he had packages for soldiers. he is swearing in at the naval observe store tory. -- other tobserve tory. >> new grass planted on the mall respect is tight and they are expecting more than half of million people. >> i am excited as many americans as possible will be a part of this. >> it's a much smaller crowd but no lessen thus i can't say tick. this group is bringing 6 bus loads from texas. >> want the president to know we support him and what he is trying to do for his country. >> tomorrow the celebration today the ceremony welcoming back america's president. and today when he is sworn in the president will use his wife's family, the robinson family. tomorrow he's using two that belonged to president lincoln the other to dr. martin luther king. that's the latest this morning from washington as we prepare for inauguration day. i am tracie potts, back to you. also tomorrow will be a
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night to remember for four u.s. service members. this is video from the president's first commander-in-chief inaugural ball in 2009. one representative from each military branch was selected to dance with the obamas and bidens at the inaugural ball monday night. air force sergeant will dance with the president and fist lady will be joined by timothy easterly. the four were chosen for their service accomplishments and leadership. >> i am excited. i am nervous of course. i will be in front of thousands of people. i will do my best. >> i was not prepared for the media calls i got starting yesterday. it has been a bit of a wow factor. i guess maybe a little bit nervous. >> it is in the official events
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program. >> it will be more intimidating to have to dance with the first lady. >> because she is so elegant and tall and her husband will be watching. inspiration to any one with a passion and dreams. >> a look at how they are progressing. >> temperatures are getting much colder as we go into the 7 day. we will show you when we come
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>> temperatures 32 downtown.
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southwest around 8 miles per hour. they are shaking the camera a little bit. hire wind gusts right now. that's what kept the temperatures so mild overnight. that is normally where we are at in the afternoon for a typical january day. 38 degrees in edgewood we have low 40s across the eastern shore and 30s as you head out toward frederick. so much bert than what it could be like and what it will be like as we go through the up coming days. wind gusts out of the southwest up to 7 miles per hour in college park. 21 mriels per hour in st. marys county. wind gusts around 23 miles per hour in ocean city. winds will be picking up through out the day. that will add a chill to the air. yesterday was absolutely beautiful. sunshine temperatures in the low 50s. today a little cooler. we are talking upper 40s at best a few clouds by the afternoon and the breeze will take a toll on the temperatures as well. coming in out of the west 10-20
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miles per hour gusting up to 30 miles per hour. thatill add at least a 10 degree windchill for the air. i would dress for the lower 40s. you will feel better if you plan to be outside. stronger winds in new england. b fox borough expecting winds out of the west. that puts the windchills dropping into the teens through out the game. nothing compared to what we saw in denver, though. the ravens got this even though temperatures will be a little chilly they are expecting dry weather. couldn't ask for anything bert than a january day even up in new england. much colder air into the northern part of the country. 0 degrees in degrees in minneap. dropping to the teens. starting tomorrow and especially in the days beyond a cold front moving our way this afternoon. it will be mostly dry that will be the start to the very cold weather. future cast in motion to show you how at that cold front is stalled apart as it moves our way. bringing a couple clouds around
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our area. it is the cold air behind this front that will produce a couple snow showers tomorrow and continue to allow the cold air to come in out of canada. people traveling back to the game will have to face snow showers. forecast tomorrow in baltimore mostly cloudy snow showers possible temperatures only in the upper 30s. so much colder in the 7-day forecast. highs at best in the 20s midweek. temperatures drop into the teens overnight. several days after the tragic death of children in new town connecticut we saw an outpouring of love people were determined to do 26 acts of kindness. >> they shared the kindness with a girl. >> i am still happy, though. >> 15-year-old ariel turner is happy her dream is coming true. she loves making dolls.
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they are works of art with amazing detail. look at this bride. ariel didn't miss a thing. there's a ring and bling and of course a bride needs a garter. and this doll looks like she can really belt out a song. >> her name is rosa. >> ariel started making the dolls when she was 12 right after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. it keeps her mind off the tumor and at times ariel can barely keep her eyes open. the tumor robs her of energy mobility and memory. she wanted to sell the dolls to help her family out. her father haze bladder cancer and her mother has lupus. tina home schooled ariel's twin brother max who was autistic. after we shared the story people flocked to the exchange to buy a doll by ariel.
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>> boom miracle on charles street. from the moment it came on television i sold out of dolls. her dolls are on back order until july. >> the next day, more people came to the store when they heard ariel would bring more dolls. >> they actually waited for her to get here for 4 or 5 hours. >> people wanted to get her autograph and have her sign their doll. >> they were from new york and they came all of the way down from new york to see me. he was shocked to see why they came all of the way down. they wanted a doll. so i was happy about that. judy was the first person to call the store when she received her doll she was thrilled. >> oh my goodness. is that not the most beautiful doll. this is my little ariel. isn't she gorgeous?
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>> she has a chair in my living room waiting for her. >> they wanted to buy a doll to help the family her own daughter had brain cancer when she was 10. >> she is a beautiful 47-year-old woman today. i am so grateful she is alive. how could i not reach out to ariel. >> they donated supplies to help make more dolls christmas tree gifts for the whole family and home cooked meal on christmas day. there were also monetary donations to help this family with mounting medical bills and everything needing. >> ariel's wonderful dolls and your family set backs. please accept this gift to help with your expenses. we just want to thank everybody who showed that they cared and someone wrote a note that showed -- that said to ariel
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that she was special and there are people in baltimore who does care about her. >> i say thanks to all of the people that helped that sent me gifts and stuff to help me. i want to say thank you. >> we want to thank those who brought ariel's to our attention. >> she goes for a check of her tumor later this month. her mother says they could use many prayers. if you want to reach out do that at tina turner dolls at g mail.com. >> she is so incredibly talented>> it's amazing. >> i love the story. i love people's reaction to the story. >> the mother says sometimes they goes up stairs and finds she is fallen asleep with a mid el and doll in hand. >> she is a real artist. wonderful story. >> the cost of a maryland high education expected to increase in the fall. up next by how much panned what
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residents are say being the hike. >> school counselors may be adding more to the county with will explain.
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>> the cost of a college education is about to go up in maryland. it is about 170 more a year for
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students paying instate tuition. the increase did not come as a surprise for those looking for ways to hold down the costs. >> one of the major concerns in the university of maryland system is that we keep tuition affordable. we want to make sure students can get a college education can finish a college education and that it is a good one and then -- >> the governor pledged more money to help college students earn their degrees and find work after graduation. extra school counselors payroll in the county the district is trying to include a half a dozen counselors in next year's budget. tim has the story. >> ex trtra school counselors w already in the conversation. they tried to address the problem. >> we are trained listeners. we listen to students and guide them. sometimes we are behind the
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scenes doing it sometimes we are out in front. >> timothy hayden is head of the office of school counseling. now the grates need for counselors may be in elementary schools. >> every time we can make a smaller community where we know the students behavior and change in behavior we know we have an impact. we try to assist working in concert with the classroom teacher. >> baltimore county $1.3 billion budget request. >> it is hugely important however it is a tiny drop in the bucket. >> head of the teacher association says the proposal comes at a time when counselors are already dealing with heavy case loads. >> they are seen as friends to them and moan toentors so somet the children will go to the guidance counselor and tell them things they wouldn't tell their
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classroom teacher. >> they are counting on public support as they move to final liz the bud-- finalize the budg. >> it is important to address mental health when they are younger so problems will develop as the children grow older and incident develop. i think if we address the problems in early life we will probably have a decreased ints dense later. >> now adding school counselors is only one piece of a larger plan to try to keep students safe. tim tyutin wbal-tv 11 news. >> what's happening? scared me. are you getting ready? you are getting ready. nice. >> thank you. >> more news coming up. >> good morning. i am greg tolan it's game day i got it when we could download an hd movie in like two minutes. [ male announcer ] once you've got verizon fios internet, you get it -- the difference 100% fiber optics makes. but don't take our word for it --
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>> i am greg tk olan. new england will take on the patriots in the championship game. pete is in fox borough with the preview. >> who comes to fox borough less intim gat intimidated and more confident than the ravens? they have landed hey americas
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they have won at gillette stadium and in defeat safe to say respect is earned. >> i have respect for the baltimore ravens and all of the things they do. they are great competitors. we have to play the best game of the year this sunday. >> they have a great football team. they good on defense. >> this will be another great game. >> the regularity they compete with such ferocious balance has not bred much contempt at fox borough instead a welcome cing acceptance. >> we played these guys two times this year. once last year. it is starting to become a norm. might as well add them to the afc east. >> a win for the ravens might change the tune but would also balance out the ledger on the
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rivalry. he is 5 foot 6 but larger than life in the orioles history and is without question the grates manager the team ever had. weaver died early yesterday morning on a cruise to the caribbean. weaver was back in camden yards where the team unveiled a statue of him as well as the other hall of fame members. his accomplishments are many four american league pennants and world series title he won 90 or more games in 11 of the seasons and was inducted into the baseball hall of fame in 1996. jim palmer has fond memories especially a spring training story where he bragged to flanagan about palmer's preparation and greatness. >> a couple years ago the hall of fame he was in with the agent from baltimore and a couple of friends. i told him the story. i said one of the biggest compliments you ever paid me not
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directly to me was when you told mike flanagan. he looked at me. i didn't just tell flanagan, i told everybody. so, you know... pretty much kind of... >> earl weaver will be missed but never forgotten. i am greg tolan. hope you have a great day. >> so cute. >> i love your big necklace. >> 31 degrees. here's a look at the next hour of 11 news sunday morning. >> lung cancer from treatment to risk factors everything you need to know about the sometimes deadly cancer. and get the ravens gear you have to pay for your own gear. you can see some of what we were wearing. speaking of the ravens what to look out for before getting your
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hands on ravens memorabilia. >> plus we have weather and sports sunday morning continues. stay with us.
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>> getting ready for the game. >> we are. >> we have lost it at 7:00 a.m. >> you can call that all right. >> you are so cute. >> well thank you. >> you are adorable. >> i don't know what do say about it. >> so cute. >> you are cute. >> stop holding them like that. >> 40s are what we normally see
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in the after noon. 40 degrees right now. 41 degrees downtown. downtown the winds are a factor in the chill today. we are expecting them to pick up out of the southwest. right now you can see around 6 miles per hour at the airport. 12 miles per hour right now. stronger as we go through out the day. temperatures will be in the upper 40s by the afternoon. probably feel about 10 degrees colder. it gets colder as we go through the 7-day forecast. we will show you that coming up. >> the ravens are in fox borough this morning ready for their championship rematch against the new england patriots in what will be the biggest game of the year. we are ready and the stakes couldn't be higher with the trip to the super bowl on the line. >> game time is now 12-hours away. pete gilbert begins our team coverage this morning from fox borough. >> it is less intimidated more
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confident in their chance to win than the ravens. the ravens have landed hey makers would have won at gillette stadium and in defeat safe to say for new england attention is earned. >> i have tremendous honor and respect for the baltimore ravens and all of the things they do. they are great competitors and certainly know we have to play our best game of the year this sunday. >> i think there's just baltimore has a great football team. they have had a great team for a long time. very good on defense. >> we had a lot of great games against them. i think this one will be another great game. >> tirregularity with which the not only meet but compete with such ferocious balance has not bred much contempt in fox borough instead a welcome cing acceptance. >> we play these guys we played them two times this year, once last year. i mean it starting to become a norm now. might as as well as them to the
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afc. we play them that much. >> it might change the tune but would start to balance out the ledger of the afc's most budding rivalry. wbal-tv 11 news. >> and ravens fans have been looking forward to this game all week. we are in count down mode for sure. >> 11 news reporter kim is having breakfast with a few of them. she joins us live at perry hall. good morning, kim. >> good morning. i am here with some of the biggest ravens fans around. let's hear it for the ravens. >> they are all ready for the game today. one of the longest standing fans. tell me what do they need to do to win today goens the patriots? >> they have to go there and they are going to take tom brady down. you do know if marylanders could defend fort mchenry the ravens can beat the patriots. (cheers)
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>> and of course everyone is going to be watching the game this evening. what are you doing, angie, to watch the game and celebrate and cheer the ravens on? >> we have family who are coming down from boston. >> are they patriots fans? >> yes, they are. >> oh, no. >> we are ready for them and they are going to lose. we are ready. >> where are they sleeping tonight? >> they are in a hotel. >> you guys think we can win today? (cheers) >> give me one more cheer for the ravens. (cheers) >> you know what? i think if this excitement and this is any indication i think the team is going to win. i hope the team feels the spirit from all of the fans out there and that will lead them to victory against the patriots. wbal-tv 11 news. back to you.
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>> adorable stella brought flowers to the newsroom with her purple jersey and head band. there she is. a defense is well represented with laura all decked out in purple. followed by the fans of the real estate group. so join eric and pearl and share your ravens fans photos at you local at wbal-tv.com. while one baltimore team prepares another is grieving the loss of earl weaver. the former oriole's manager was traveling on an orioles cruise when he passed away. he was a fearless leader on the baseball diamond. >> when they think of silver haired earl we think of intensity harass ability and longevity. the earl of baltimore as cantankerous as a maryland blue grab beloved by the city. he was born in 1930 but spent
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his entire career as a manager in baltimore. the ball club was his for 17 seasons from 1968 to 1982 and from 1985 to 1986. under the earl the orioles won 6 a. l. u titles four american league pennants and of course the world series in 1970. in all he won 1480 games. when he was conduinducted into hall of fame he was acknowledged for his intensity flair and whit. they site his managerial style and colorful confrontations with the men in blue. pitching and homer was his hallmark. close your eyes you see his hat on backwards his fate of fire on the urge of ejection. in 1986 he said on my tombstone
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just right the sorest loser that ever lived. a sore loser one who will be poorly missed. -- sorely missed. >> the passion of earl waiver ju -- the passing of earl weaver came on a day when they were all getting together. they shared their memories of earl weaver. >> both doors are open. >> it's a sad day. but i think it's appropriate that they are celebrating oriole baseball at the fanfest in baltimore. >> thousands of fans look ahead to the promise of the coming season many are also looking back celebrating the life of earl weaver widely considered the grates manager the team has ever had. the annual fanfest started with a tribute. and a moment of silence. >> he was the big inspiration for everybody.
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>> we are an oriole family. we feel bad for the weaver family. >> on days like this it's nice to be with birds of the same feather. >> you wouldn't want to be anywhere else be around oriole players and thousands of orioles fans just to remember everything about him. >> sad day for the oriole mans. >> number 4 the great earl weaver. (cheers) >> keep talking about this past season when weaver was one of 6 hall of famers the orioles honored with a bronze statue. >> he went to every statue dedication. we get to see him again. >> now that he is gone buck showalter says there's a lot of emotion some of it is excitement and forward momentum and testimony of it is the loss
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of -- there's a reason they call him the role of baltimore. mayor stephanie rollins released a staple on weaver's passing it reads in part weaver's teams brought pride as well as world series championship. generations of fans loved his familiar lip and great memories. coming up risk factors to treatment options. what you you need to know about lung cancer. so much ravens gear to show you purple bride. we are doing the forecast. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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>> good morning. start you off with a live look outdoors.
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sunrise. the sun rises at 7:22. you can see how we are already brightening things up. 41 degrees tr hear bore. 40 at marshall southwest around 7 miles per hour. we are going to start off with a lot of sunshine and by the afternoon a few clouds may roll in. very mild, though, to start off the day to put it into perspective. right now we are starting off low 40s in man ny areas. high temperature for a january afternoon. you can see how we are already above normal we will be warmer later today. we have 33 to the north. colder there 45 in edgewood and 34 in frederick. not all of you are dealing with the milder conditions starting off the day. stronger winds help to keep the temperatures from falling off too much last night. they are going to take a coal on the temperatures. today we make it feel that much colder. see gusts to 30 miles per hour near oakland frost burg and maryland. 18 right now in easton and 23 miles per hour in ocean city. expect these to pick up through out the day and that obviously
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does add a windchill. winds 10-20 miles per hour th today. gusting up to 30 miles per hour. temperatures will be in the upper 40s which is above normal it will feel 10 degrees colder than that. i would dress for the low 40s today you will feel a lot more comfortable. starting off with sunshine and later this afternoon the cold front moves its way up into new england looking for decent weather given that it is january much warmer than what the ravens face in denver. we are still talking chilly temperatures starting off near freezing for kickoff dropping to the 20s by the end of the game. we expect that windchill to take a toll on the temperatures as well. it wiis feeling like the teens times. here's the really cold air you have yet to move in. 0 degrees in minneapolis. this will be moving our way the next couple days. the cold front now stretched across ohio. this one mostly dry. we loov
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don't have to worry about the precipitation as we go through the afternoon. snow showers fall apart through pennsylvania and the front comes through dry. taus the cold air behind this front instability snow showers through out the day. people traveling from western maryland to see the inauguration they see snow showers and move in later in the afternoon for baltimore and even along the 95 corridor we have to worry about snow showers. forecast for tomorrow in baltimore temperatures in the upper 30s at best. snow showers chilly and breezy by the afternoon. gets so much colder into the 7-day forecast: >> all right. thank you. the leading cause of cancer in the bhisd. more on the risk factors for lung cancer. >> plus celebrating underway in washington ahead of president obama's inauguration. we will have the lathes with the nation's capital. a bit later who you to keep a ravens keep sake without getting cold.
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>> newer peopfewer people are d cancer. it reveals the overall cancer death rate dropped 20 percent between 1991 and 2009. deaths were down for all major cancers lung, colorectal, breast and prostate. these were still responsible for almost half of cancer fatality among men and women. we want to talk about lung cancer risk and screening with dr. phil lip dennis from the comprehensive institute. thank you for coming today. >> thank you. >> i want to ask you, i was asking you before what is really the new development when it comes to lung cancer risk and treatment. you said it's screening that really saves lives. what are we doing now that perhaps we weren't doing a few years ago? >> lung cancer has been a huge
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problem in the united states and across the world for a long time. therapies work but they ararely cure people of advanced disease. the way to move forward is screen those at risk to catch lung pans cancer earlier. we have a test published that shows lung cancer screenings save lives for people at risk. mainly between 55 and 74 who were heavy smokers. >> tell me about some of the other risk factors as well? >> others include occupational exposures to asbestos, toxic fumes and a family history. we are coming to appreciate having a brother or sister or parent with lung cancer puts people at increased risk to develop lung cancer. >> it seems often you hear about a case where someone is diagnosed with lung cancer the immediate question is were they a smoker. sometimes recently the answer is no they weren't. is that because of the genetic
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predisposition? >> lung cancer and never smokers is a vexing problem. we don't know what the cause it. they have quit smoking but the relative risk of smoking never falls to that of a never smoker. the ricks can of heart disease a never spoker to five years. >> even someone who quit smoking in 1960 his risk of cancer is never that of these who didn't smoke. the damage is done so we have to keep an eye on that. >> what about treatment options? how have things changed. >> lung cancer is not being defined the ghentic alteratioite ghentic alterations. i encourage advances in treatment. this is for a upset of patients. most people will not have the perfect match but more and more people are having this as we
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have become more sophisticatedly analyze lung cancer. >> if you would make one point today it would be the screening is still important because often times for people who have lung cancer once they are symptomatic it is too late. >> yes. we develop add program. you can contact us by 955-lung where we can talk to you personally about your risk. everyone has their own level of smoking family history things like this and we can talk to people about their individual risk and whether or not screening makes sense. >> very important information about a very frightening disease. doctor, thank you for joining us today. >> when we come back we are switching gears here. we are helping you rock your purple pride with plenty of ravens gear. here's a look at what's going on around town.
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>> good morning. you are all decked out. tell us what you are wearing. >> i have the cheerleader boot by the twins. a a ready to >> ready tol go. >> let's see other folks. come on up. >> we have ed with the button up dress shirt.
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>> thank you very much. >> lovely shirt there. >> we have melody. she has the admirer boot on by the twins. it has the ravens logo on the back. turn around, mel. >> quite a boot. the moon boot. >> and the hat. >> rematch. then she has the purple shag hat. and the rag scarf. also these are leg warmers but they are great as arm warmers if you have a short sleeved shirt on. >> very warm. >> and you have purple hair. >> yes, i do. >> this is sara. she is wearing the follower boot from the twins. failure is not an option today. >> deborah, stop it. >> next. >> here comes tailor with her purple tundra hat on. she has the heart of baltimore hood de and purple and black
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along with sports lock>> that. s >> that is really cute. >> bubba you have been making a lot of noises. >> yes. an teeing wapole low alopping with mascot hat. we have destiny shirt. team of destiny. you heard all of these noises. it wasn't deborah. it was bubba. >> where are you located? >> we have three locations abbington is our largest store with all of the official licenses. we have doneville and parkville. >> what time do you hope? >> we open at 8:00. parkville opens at 9:00. with the win we are going to reopen after the game up to
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midnight. >> any specials going on? >> we have all of the afc shirts coming in right after. >> right after the win. >> thanks guys. you will be back at 9:00. >> thank you. come on out. oh, well. it is 7:25 and 38 degrees. we have more news coming up. >> i am hanging out with some of the biggest raven fans. they are getting rivered up for the game. we will have a live report. there are over 200 varieties of gourmet coffee that have earned the "keurig brewed" seal of approval. the keurig brewed seal is our commitment that the coffee inside will deliver
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>> welcome back to 11 news sun dmierng. >> another look outside. >> good morning. temperatures are in the 40s right now. >> we are lucky. >> average high temperature. we are in the lows this morning. it will feel colder today because you have to factor in the windchill. it is 41 degrees downtown 40 at the airport 38 keatonsville and pikesville at 36 degrees. chilly i know it's 31 degrees in poppiesville. we are pektsing winds southwest 12 miles per hour near dulles 6 miles at the airport and 14 near
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the springs. that will add windchill in the air today. temperatures in the upper 40s by the after noovenlt sunshine to start. it could feel 10 degrees colder when you factor in the wind. we will talk about how cold it gets in the 7 day coming up. >> today president obama starts his second term as the president of the united states. the public celebration happens tomorrow but he will be officially sworn in a few hours from now at the white house. 11 news reporter tracie potts is in this morning with the story. good morning everyone from capitol hill we are at capitol grounds behind me. early this morning the celebration tomorrow. but this today, arlington national cemetery and the vice president is sworn in before the president takes the oath of office. >> i barack hussein obama do solemnly swear. >> president obama takes the oath of office again in a small
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ceremony at the white house. he has been talking about what this day means on-line with the inaugural committee. >> inauguration remind us of the role that we have as fellow citizens in promoting a common good. >> he talked about the inauguration to children at a washington school. the fist family picked up paintbrushes as part of saturday's national day of service. >> it's a symbol of how our democracy works and how we peacefully transfer power. but it should also be an affirmation that we are all in this together. >> good to see you. >> the bidens packed care packages for soldiers. he is swearing in early this morning at the naval observe tory. >> tomorrow the big public ceremony at the u.s. capitol. stands are built security is tight and washington is expecting more than half a million people. >> we are excited that as many americans possible will be able to be a part of this. >> a much smaller crowd than
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four years ago but no lessen thus i can't say tick. this group is bringing 6 bus loads from texas. >> we want to let him know we support him and the things he is trying to do for this country. >> tomorrow the celebration today the ceremony welcoming back america's president. and today when he is sworn in the president will use his wife's family the robinson family. he is using two one that belonged to president lincoln the other to dr. martin luther king. that's the latest from washington as we prepare for inauguration day. i am tracie potts. back to you. >> time now for a look at what's coming up on "meet the press." david gregory joins us with a preview. >> good morning david. >> we will have complete ravens coverage on meet the press this morning. i know that's the big event. >> it is a big event. the other big event i want to ask you in terms of the mood of the inauguration. four years ago it was celebrating history.
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how would you describe it now? >> i think it is a lot different. there are the historical over tones that cannot be ignored. but i think the president thinks about legacy and thinks about making it productive achievement oriented second term. he faces the daunting reality that washington is a pretty toxic place right now. already before he takes the oath of office he has a big debate on guns and the debt as well. it is a carry over from washington to dfigure out the finances. >> supporters want him to be bold havings balance is a hard thing. >> he won reelection just got tax increases for wealthy americans as part of the limited fiscal cliff deal. but to really be bold to really take on the debt he has to take
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on entitlements particularly the medicare program. that is something democrats are weary of him doing. does he really try to push the nfl in his own leadership and do it anyway will be the big question in the early are tpart his term. >> you have a new face on the program. >> senator ted cruise he was here before. hispanic tea party senator from texas. people already looking at him for 2016 for a presidential run. he will debate chuck schumer on guns and the debt this morning. >> what's your prediction? >> i find it tough to vote against tom brady. but the ravens they can go in and beat these guys. i don't think there's any question about it.
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oo from your mouth. you can watch meet the bresson wbal-tv followed by 11 news at 9:00 a.m. >> we are getting close. >> we are getting close. >> they have many fans shelling out hard earned cash. >> it is always bringing out the scammers. detailed on that coming up. >> vaivens fans are excite -- ravens fans. live at terry hall. >> and it will be chilly for the game. fox borough even colder weather northeast through out the 70s. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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>> the time is 7:37. the sun officially rose at 7:37. southwest around 7 miles per hour. we are expecting the winds to pick up through out the day. that will take a toll on the temperatures unfortunately. you can see 11 mriels per hour ocean city 30 niles per hour oakland and even frost burg. add a windchill today. things are colder than what they actually are. high temperatures in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees this afternoon. a sunny start to the day. a few clouds rolling in later into the afternoon. winds out of the west 10-20 miles per hour. gusting caps 30 miles per hour. even though it may be close to 50 by the afternoon it will probably feel like low 40s at best. if you plan to be outdoors i would dress accordingly. i hope fans are planning to bundle up if they are in fox
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borough right now. the evening game looks a little chilly to be expected for a january evening. not too bad when you compare how cold it was in denver. we are talking temperatures starting off ner freezing at the stadium near kickoff. 20s through out the rest of the game. strong winds gusting west 20 miles per hour. the windchills for the fans and players will be facing those in the teens at times. 41 degrees in boston. not that bad. look at the cold air that will be coming our way shown by the purple shading dipping down into wisconsin and iowa. 19 degrees in chicago. 0 in minneapolis. cold air will be moving our way behind the cold front. it will come in this afternoon but it will take a couple days until the bottom falls out. we feel the cold air out of canada. for now we are expecting the front to go dry as it falls apart as it moves through. it's the cold air behind the front that causes instability snow showers beginning tomorrow. they will be scattered about but if you get a snowstorm maybe you
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get accouple layingse -- accumulations. the snow showers push down into baltimore by the afternoon even around dc. so people are traveling back from the inauguration are going to have to worry about that. fans heading back from boston into monday night they have to take snow showers along 95 as well. breez breezy making it feel colder. 7 day: >> fans are super excited we are
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going to win against the patriots. what would your advice be for the team this morning. how can they beat the patriots? >> don't fumble the ball. >> that's a good start. >> it is fumbled they just kick. >> one of the cutest ravens fans. this is serenity 6 months old. isn't she adorable? look at these ears. playing with a couple of beats. so there you go. >> there is a place you can go to get decked out. they are offering free stuff on game day. >> jacob is one of the raven's biggest fans. he wanted to show his purple pride really show it. he got a ravens logo shaved into the side of his head. >> i wanted to show my friends how i can get a ravens symbol or any other symbol on the side of my head.
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>> it is one of the services offered by floyd's barbershop in canton. all season long they offer temporary ravens tattoos all for free. >> which are a barbershop so we cater to our clientele. we like to do what our clients like. >> on game day they put the vaif ve ravens game on tv. >> we plan the staff around the game sundays. we are busy about 10 minutes before the game. because we broadcast the game a couple of our clients that have been waiting will wait and watch kickoff. >> the bigger the game for the ravens the more people they have coming in to get purpled out. she expects this sunday to be busy for the afc champ kwlionsh game. they will be out in full force cheering the team on all of the way to new orleans. >> it will be a tough one. we have a lot of momentum going
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especially with ray lewis's last season. >> i think we will squeak is it out. >> all right. these ravens fans got up early. think we are going to pebeat th patriots? (cheers) >> are we going to the super bowl? (cheers) >> they are ready to go to new orleans in two weeks. >> so cute. >> playoff fever is on fire. even patriots fans say it's a new local. ravens fans cannot be undone. another great haircut there. check out the purple mohawk. proud of your purple. show us. fan photo favorites. wbal-tv.com. she had a raven carved in the back of her head, too. she is too shy to show you. >> the ravens super bowl run has
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a permanent memory. >> a lot of money on helmets and jerseys. hear what our experts have to say next.
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>> for dom diehard ravens fans they make sure impulse buys don't turn into regret down the road. she joins us with some advice. thank you for coming in. >> let's talk about the first one. one of the things would be
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tickets let's talk about that briefly. >> when we go to the super bowl? >> yes. when we go. >> the worry with tickets is counterfeit. the fake tickets are so good they reproduce the holograms. the best advice is if you get it from the ravens it buy it from reap putable brokers. it is a place called stu they stand behind their tickets. most brokers will. when you get below that the risk that it is fake goes higher. >> memorabilia does it depreciate? >> it as a replacement probably not. memories are great. but if you are buying it because you want a 25 percent appreciation over four years
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it's not going to happen. >> let's get tips. first thing make sure you have an authentic autograph. >> hard to know if it is real or not. if you have it licensed and the logo you have the nfl hologram on it you are going to be much better off in terms of whether it is real or not. >> this is a ray lewis signature. >> correct. >> that is how you are going to know if it has the hologram. >> the hologram on this stuff the nfl markets their stuff vigorously. >> of course you say buy from the dealers. you want too answer something on ebay now? >> correct. the easiest way to know whether something is fake is if the price is too good to be true. if something is selling from dealers at $75 someone is offering it to you at 20 there's
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a good chance that is not really licensed and not fully legal. >> can you search for sellers on google? you look them hup to see if they are reputable. >> it can come with some kind of hologram. if it is fully licensed it will have an nfl symbol and hologram that kind of stuff on it. >> any other advice for folks if they are buying this stuff? >> remember if the deal looks too good to be true it usually isn't. >> it usually is not. >> it is 7:48. coming up we have the sunday brunch. >> we have another look at the forecast. there is no mass-produced human.
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inauguration. the official for the vice president and president will happen today. we will cover it for you. also ahead a look back at the past four years and a look ahead to the challenges facing the president and the nation in his second term. plus a second term for the first lady. her fashion choices we will take a look on michelle obama's legacy as first lady. you can't talk about mom and dad without talking about the kid. we have watched sasha and her sister grow over the year before our eyes. some of the biggest parties in town including one that served 84,000 appetizers. that's all ahead when we get started on a sunday morning live from washington right here on "today. flush >> sunday brunch we have chris marquis here. you have serving up amazing food
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for a galt or maybe people want to come up to the restaurant as well. he is shucking oysters for us as well. >> we have our sports menu. i will be making an irish brush cheetah. >> i know an italian one. >> it has a couple ingredients. >> what's the first thing we do? >> first thing is shallots. >> start sauteing those up. >> add a little tartness to it. >> cook those until they get clear? >> yes. nice and clear and a little brown. we add wrappers. you can use canadian bacon. >> sounds fancy. what's next? >> we will add a little bit of
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fresh thyme and salt and pepper. saute this up until it's nice and golden. then we will assemble this which is just -- >> basically did you toast these up already? >> yeah. make it easier. >> good deal. putting it on there i see. >> yeah. are you going to drizzle something on top? >> a guinness syrup. two bottles of guinness. >> i like the sound of that. >> a quarter cup of sugar we would use to half a cup all of the way down. >> and what cheese did you top on? >> goat cheese. >> that's good. i like it. >> bringing it up a notch.
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you don't want to be concentrating too much about your food. you want to have a full stomach. what other items? >> we have pigs in a blanket. we have a barbecue pork slider. house made mozzarella strips a corn beef slider with muss charred and cheddar cheese. >> we have oysters also. we are shucking up oysters. >> you need to eat one. >> come on you guys. >> we need this right there. >> she is putting lettuce on it. she is not going to make you eat one alone. >> forecast real quick. we are expecting temperatures
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50s this afternoon. chance for snow tomorrow light accumulations are possible. track more snow toward the end of the week. okay guys. >> i am getting out of the way here. >> bravo. >> go ravens. >> that's all the time we have for now. "the today show" is next.
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