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right now, partly cloudy skies and 38 degrees with some cloud cover hanging around. chance for a rain shower today. high temperature today, 58. the average high temperature is 47. we will come back and check the seven-day forecast going into the weekend. >> good morning. that kind of forecast lends itself to a nice commute. we're up to speed on the north side traveling through parkville. nothing happening on the west side towards 70, 61 miles per hour. 95 southbound, 64 down towards the beltway. problem free at the 895 split. five minutes to go south down to the fort mchenry.
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10 minutes to travel south on 95 down towards 32. 795 coming towards us, southbound traffic looks pretty good at franklin boulevard. this is the j.f.x. and southbound traffic looks fine into town. a smooth start to your wednesday morning commute. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. back to you. >> police are looking for two suspects involved in a shooting. >> jennifer franciotti is live that city police headquarters with the latest on the case. >> after 9:30, police got a call about an armed robbery and a shooting and a royal farms. in happened at the royal farms on harford road. a man had at least one gunshot
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wound to the upper body. >> what we know at least two robbers came into the store and robbed the store of money and cigarettes. at some point, the gun was turned on the victim and he was shot. >> then they fled the scene. when asked if the had a description of the suspects, they are described as being two black males. one was wearing a hoodie and one had a handgun possibly a revolver. police have several witnesses to the crime. anyone with information should please come forward. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the jury will begin deliberating in the murder trial of george huguely.
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he is accused of killing yeardley love. the case went to the jury on saturday after a two weeks of testimony. lowell melser is awaiting the verdict will have live reports later today. we have an interactive timeline of events. you can sign up for free e-mail alerts. you can find it all on our website, new details about the violent accident that killed two brothers and their sister. this happened in bel air. the car crossed the center line and collided with another vehicle. some toys and other items -- the brothers were found along the side of the road. two others are dead following an accident in randallstown. melvin bettis crossed the center
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road and collided with andre murphy, who then had a third car. both died at the scene. the crash is still under investigation. >> lawmakers in annapolis are considering a bill that would put the brakes on a work zone speed cameras. the measure would limit cameras to hours when highway work is in progress. the area of 695 n. charles st. is a prime example. >> for nine months, there has not been any construction in that area. they feel like giving people two tickets when nothing is going on, when all the lanes are open and all the shoulders are open. it is about public safety.
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>> representatives testified in opposition to the bill. the same sex marriage debate could go to the full senate as early as today. supporters said note to two amendments that would have killed the amendment. a final vote is expected by the end of the week in the senate. >> voters have another chance to size up the republican presidential candidates tonight. kate amara is live in washington with the latest. good morning. >> good morning. the gop presidential contenders are gearing up for another debate and the landscape has changed since the last one. the four gop candidates square
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off for the first time in nearly a month. their last debate before super tuesday and the michigan and arizona primaries next week. >> the stakes are high because of the close contest coming up in arizona and michigan. >> mitt romney continued to target president obama. mitt romney has found himself in a tough fight in his native state of michigan. >> i don't think rick santorum's track record is that of a fiscal conservative. >> rick santorum is quickly gaining ground. he has a message of anti- abortion and blue-collar appeal. >> not being part of the establishment. shaking things up and making a difference. that is the record i have.
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>> santorum is expected to take heeat and all sides said. newt gingrich is also battling for conservative support. >> you cannot put a gun rack in a volt. >> the volt of course is an electric car. tonight's debate will be the 20th so far. kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. back to you. >> give us some insight into these latest polls. >> they kind of cancel each other out. there is a brand-new poll in michigan that has rick santorum and of mitt romney. a new poll has moronic head of santorum by -- a new poll has mitt romney ahead of santorum by four. >> kate amara, thank you.
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5:07. honoring the girl scouts for an anniversary. >> a state lawmaker disagrees. we will tell you why. >> this is 95 north of the beltway. we will update weather and traffic when we come right
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>> welcome back. 5:10. 45 degrees downtown with a few clouds hanging around. we do not expect any rain or snow for the morning commute.
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40 in parkton. we will make it up to 58 today. about 10 degrees above average. we have a slight chance for it rain shower. we will come back and check the forecast going through the weekend. >> the alleged capitol building bomb plotter -- he was arrested for allegedly setting a bomb. he was taken into custody with explosives and an inoperable gun. an indiana state lawmaker is causing controversy after refusing to sign a resolution to honor the anniversary of the girl scouts. he believes the girl scouts is a radicalized organization that supports abortion.
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he discovered a link to planned parenthood. >> mardi gras came to an end in a new orleans. people descended on the crescent city to have a good time. ash wednesday it is today and marks the beginning of lent. i heard they had a good time. 5:12. this is a case of the blind leading the blind. blind man found his missing phone. tracking >> the activity of your children's cell phones. >> we have a new accident in lothian. we will check on the major
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>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. a nice start with one exception in anne arundel county at southern maryland boulevard. we are tracking an accident. let's check the speed sensors. 60 miles per hour on the western outer loop. speech at around 60 on southbound 83 down from warren road. this is a live view starting with 795 at franklin boulevard.
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southbound traffic is still moving well here and down towards the beltway. this is the j.f.x. at ruxton road. we are problem free all the way into town. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. >> good morning. the three, 15, 44, 48 buses are operating with delays. light rail on schedule and metro subway on time. marc trains looking good. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. i am kurt kronke. now back to tony pann. >> good morning. about 15 or 20 degrees warmer than it was yesterday at this time. 43 in catonsville. yesterday we had temperatures in the lower end of the 20's. it will feel much better when you step out the door today.
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if you high, thin clouds. it will be a beautiful sunrise. there is a disturbance in the upper level that is going across central pennsylvania that will probably make some showers north of us. there is another thing upstream. we cannot keep the rain out of the forecast completely. most of you will have a dry day. a mixture of sun and clouds. high temperatures will be 10 degrees above average. we will continue that over the next several days. the record is 74 beckham 1847. we will be above average. -- the record is 7 for back in 1847. upper 30's tonight. a strong system will be developing off to the west.
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-- the record is 74 back in 1847. we will say 60 tomorrow with a 40% chance for a couple of showers. strong cold front moves by on friday with showers and thunderstorms. back into the low 40's on saturday and sunday. there could be some snow flurries on saturday. then we stay in the 40's at the beginning of next week. >> comcast will launch its own streaming video service tomorrow taking aim at netflix. the new service will be bundled with certain tiers for service. it will offer old movies and tv shows. a new way for parents to make sure their children stay out of trouble with their cell phones.
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it records every text and picture said and from your child to phone and sends them to you. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think tracking a child's cell phone activity is an invasion of privacy, or a right for parents? you can share your response at and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to a blind student hunted down his lost i thought after police told him he was out of luck. >> it happens to have a radio in it. his >> iphone is more than just a phone. it is a lifeline to is world. he lost the lifeline after
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dropping off his seeing eye dog for some medical tests. >> my phone is in the cab. >> he called on his friend. she managed to find a signal. >> it would change locations. i said the phone should be in the taxi. >> they contacted the taxicab company. they did their own work following the signal. his brother drove them around while cindy track it on their ipad. >> he was flabbergasted. i do not think he had any idea what was going on. >> i thought it was just wonderful.
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>> now he has is lifeline again. >> chain your iphone to you. do not take it out of the holster. >> incredible story. ea makes it easier to build your furniture. jane king has the bloomberg business report. >> i just want a vacation. you those overdraft fees that banks charge. according to a research firm, banks charge customers about $30 billion in overdraft fees just last year. quarter sales for dell missed
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analyst estimates. we have futures this morning just kind of flat. we will see if we can close above 13,000 on the dow. we briefly traded above that level yesterday. a new sporting goods store opening in crofton this year with 2000 jobs to fill. you can check out the official site for dick's sporting goods. after a short point of cell phone use, people were less likely to get involved with volunteer work. it has to do with feelings of social connectedness. it reduces you wanted to engage
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in social behavior. i'm jane king for wbal-tv 11 news. >> ikea wants to make it easier to put furniture together. >> we put together all kinds of furniture because we just moved in january. some people do not bother with instructions and we still bother with those. ikea offering to help with instructional videos. >> i like ikea. thank you. 46 degrees on tv hill. hepatitis might go undetected. >> one local doctor say it must change.
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>> hepatitis b and c affects people all over the world. >> donna hamilton has a preview of a special medical alert. >> he had no idea he had contracted hepatitis c until owners mistakenly tested them for him. >> i came back anisette, no way. i did not believe it at first. >> testing for the disease should be routine, like a cholesterol test. >> i think everybody should be tested. this is a simple blood test that can ruin or rollout hepatitis b or c. >> be used to be considered incurable but now can be stopped
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in its tracks. what a doctor believes everyone should be screened for the virus and more on what is being cured alled the cure for hepatitis. >> 46 degrees on tv hill. a new bill that could provide unemployment benefits for victims of domestic violence. >> baltimore police looking for two of suspects in a robbery and shooting. >> we will check the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes because we're keeping tabs on because we're keeping tabs on one acciden when it comes to getting my family to eat breakfast,
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i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara thank you for joining us this morning. 20 degrees warmer this morning and yesterday. >> old man winter is still on vacation. it will feel like spring for the next couple days. 20 degrees warmer today. a south wind at 3. upper 40's downtown. a mixture of sun and clouds. about a 30% chance for a rain shower which is most likely in the mountains. high temperature of 58 today. that is pretty good for the end of february. we will come back and check the forecast going into the weekend. >> one problem in lothian. southern anne arundel cattle. an accident at southern maryland boulevard and they front road -- bayfront r
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oad. no problems on 295. moving well on 70 in from 29. 56 approaching bel air road. this is the harrisburg expressway at york road coming down from parkton. so far so good in that region. this is 95 at mountain road. so far from the tydings memorial bridge down to the fort mchenry, we're looking good at this hour. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. back to you. >> baltimore police all looking for two suspects wanted in a shooting. >> jennifer franciotti is live with new details on this incident. good morning. >> police are asking anyone with information to please come forward. they say just after 9:30, they
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received a call for a shooting and robbery at a royal farms. they found a man with at least one gunshot wound to the upper body. two suspects entered the store with a handgun. at some point, they turned the gun on the victim. >> the suspect ran out the store and up the street. detectives are investigating this matter and we're hoping somebody may have seen something, may have known one of the suspects. if you know somebody, you know somebody. if they do, please give us a call. >> 9:30, several people were inside the store. police are interviewing several witnesses including one witnessed that had enough calm to about herself to be able to sit with the victim and keep talking to them until medics arrived.
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jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you appeared a man remains in custody after a crash and a stabbing that police say began as a case of road rage. is happened in odenton. -- this all happened in odenton and escalated into a high-speed chase. the two cars stopped at rydell road. >> the victim pursues the other vehicle. that vehicle was forced off the road into a ditch. >> in all, five people work involved. three teenagers are injured in howard county. police say the teenagers were driving in ellicott city when they turned into a bus.
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two of the teenagers were flown to shock trauma. no one on the bus was injured. >> a bill would provide the victims of domestic violence with unemployment insurance. as many as 163 women in baltimore have to make a choice between their safety any paychecks. the money is coming out of the unemployment insurance trust fund. >> the cost to the trust fund compared to the benefit of saved lives, of more productive work places, i think you will reach the same conclusion. was cut down in the senate. gender identity and sexual orientation has been added to the human relations laws.
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councilmembers are excluding addressing the use of public restrooms at all. >> the review of the new deal for the baltimore grand prix races for today. a new finalized version of the contract is expected to be presented today. the finances for the race will be kept private. the company has to file monthly financial reports of the with te city. a new way for parents to make sure their kids stay out of trouble with their cell phones. it records every picture and every text sent from your child phone. you get a daily e-mail of the past days messages. it will notify you if it is
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tamper with or deleted. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think tracking a child's cell phone activity is an invasion of privacy, or a right for parents? you can share your response at and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to 5:36. 47 degrees on tv hill. even football players in the first and second grade are susceptible to concussions. some >> keywords toddlers should be setting by age 2. >> traffic is stopped on northbound route 4. northbound route 4. the medevac is landing at a denny's new sizzlin' skillets are here for a limited time. so strike while the iron's hot. starting at $4.99. only at denny's. america's diner is always open.
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>> 45 degrees downtown. a few scattered clouds this morning. no rain or snow expected this morning. it is colder north and west. the 36 in york, pennsylvania. d.c.egrees down near the s a mixture of sun and clouds. a chance for a passing shower. high temperature of 58. we will come back and check the forecast going into the weekend. >> a study looks at head impact experienced by the first and second great football players. >> young children experience hits hard enough to cause concussions. were outfitted with helmets
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designed to measure the impact of the hits. most had hard hicks during practice which is encouraging because practice plans can be changed. in my be hard to decipher what toddlers are saying. >> they should have 25 words in their vocabulary by the age of 2. words include money, that, but added, and dog. -- mommy, daddy, all gone, and dog. there could be some developmental delays if they have not managed these words by the age 2. 5:40. 46 degrees on tv hill. maryland goes down to the wire against miami.
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>> a great comeback for the terps. >> today i learned what it takes to be a sushi chef. knife. has a ni mild temperatures and a chance for rain. the car on the left was filled up with
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low detergent gasoline. while the car on the right was filled up with bp gasoline with invigorate. which helps clean and protect its engine so it can get a few more miles per tank than the car on the left. go a little farther with bp gasoline with invigorate.
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>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we are tracking an accident in southern anne arundel county in the lothian area. northbound route 4 is shut down for it medevac to land at the scene of the accident. we will let you know once they clear it. 95 looking pretty good approaching 175. moving well on the west side as you make your approach to 70. 62 on southbound 83 coming down
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from padonia road. this is 295 southbound at 175. starting to see some building volume heading down towards 32. this is traffic in the area of 70 at 29. traffic still moving well. no delays to report in towards the beltway. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. good morning. >> moving along nicely on the rales this morning. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. light rail on schedule. metro subway on time. 36, 44, 47, 55 buses operating with delays of this morning. i am kurt kronke. now back to tony pann. >> thank you. we have some nice temperatures in the seven-day forecast. first we continue our series moonlighting with ava.
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this morning she decided to go into the restaurant business. she has become a sushi chef, but i cannot say that. aw sushi.ive that ross sus i'm learning how to become a sushi chef. what a neat experience. there's a bit of technique the goes into it. >> this is not something you can learn overnight. it can take over 10 years to become experts in this kind of cuisine. you did a great job. >> my instructor was saying how in japan it takes three years just to work with the pririce.
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then you can work with the fish. >> they are very strict. they do not 22 mess anything up. -- they do not want you to mess anything up. >> this takes some technique. >> you are working with raw product. you don't want to get anybody sick. >> you want to beat fast because you are cranking out thousands of rolls a day. >> we have the viva las vegas and we turn out thousands a week. >> i was surprised how sticky the rice is. >> it needs to stick on to the seaweed to form the role.
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it is different than a steamed rice. >> i went through the sushi 101 class. you offer classes here. >> we do sushi 101 and sushi 102. we teach people how to make california rolls. people love it. it is really fun for the guests. >> how can people get involved? >> like us on facebook or follow us on twitter raw sushi and you'll be able to get the classes. >> we will be previewing this all morning long. we are at ra sushi. are you impressed by my work?
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>> it is an art form. how quickly the put that all together. >> it is like a sushi choreography. >> now you can say sushi chef real fast. there you go. thank you. that is part of the moonlighting series.f a serieava we have a few clouds this morning. it is a pleasant morning. it will make for a beautiful sunrise. the clouds will thicken up this afternoon. kind of like yesterday. that may happen again today. most of the clouds around williamsburg and harris port.
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have a slight chance for a shower this afternoon. otherwise, a mixture of sun and clouds. it could be a little breezy. the average high temperature is 47. 10 degrees above the mark, at least. we're not breaking any records. partly cloudy tonight. temperatures drop back into the upper 30's and low 40's. low pressure will be developing off the west tomorrow. could either be 50 or 70 depending where this front sets up. i will say 60 and split the difference. that is the forecast, between 50 and 70 on thursday. that could happen. i will say 60.
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scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible on friday. then it will cool off over the weekend. low 40's on saturday and sunday. kinder breezy so it will feel even colder. there could be some snow flurries on saturday. >> i love the pinpoint accuracy. give or take five degrees. >> 46 degrees on tv hill. coming up, we'll look at one of your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers.
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>> time to get to one of your answers to our watercooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- do you think tracking a child's cell phone activity is an invasion of privacy, or a right for parents? >> a lot of parents feeling this this morning. >> that is right.
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>> keep sending us those responses. we will read more of your responses in the next hour and post all of them on the front page of our website, > >> that is parenting 101. we begin with college basketball. the terrapins played miami with the honored number 15, johnny rhodes. gary williams on hand. he was a great player. three of his 20. this is a jones and the hurricanes go up 1. terps down. sean mosley is the monster three. the final minute. off the feaed. a three-point play.
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maryland wins, 6-7 in the acc. a lot of basketball left to be played. high school basketball. dunbar and patterson. he had 24 and that was not enough. arson put on a shooting clinic -- harrison. both teams move on to the state playoffs. the girls championship will be played tonight. spring training continues for pitchers and catchers in sarasota. he was staring the young rotation that was considered one of the best in the game. now he is answering this question -- what happened?
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now he says competition for the starting rotation is wide open. >> we have 11 guys that can start and hopefully will how those guys stressed out enough so the competition will be there and we will see how these guys do over the first three weeks. >> the nfl combine begins in indianapolis. ray rice wants to be paid like a peterson.adrian >> one airline is posting a delight at the airport a full month in advance. you can find the next flight to cuba. >> the maryland senate can vote as early as today on same sex marriage. >> to infinity and burrito!
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>> weather-wise, things are nice and mild. the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> we are tracking 1 accident in lothian along northbound route 4. we will let you know what to expect.
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