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a mixture of sun and clouds. the best chance for rain will be on the eastern shore. we cannot rule out a couple of showers around baltimore. high temperature of only 79. first we say good morning to -- you are there and kim is over there. >> kim is the sarah for today. >> light street is opened at lombard. it was closed because of the water main break. that will make things easier downtown. we had some issues on monument at patterson park. 66 on 95 in the northeast corner heading down towards the beltway appeared 11 minutes along the west side of the beltway.
four minutes on 95 south in howard county. 95 at 395 looks great in and out of the city. this is the harrisburg expressway at shawan road. southbound traffic is moving just fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. baltimore city police are investigating several deadly shootings. >> it was an already violent weekend here in baltimore. nadia ramdass has the latest. >> four people are recovering after two incidents that happens over the weekend. three males were shot in central baltimore late sunday night. a juvenile was rushed to hopkins
juvenile. police are investigating another shooting. this one in west baltimore. somebody shot a 35-year-old man. this happened around 11:30 on saturday night. the victim was rushed to the hospital for treatment after being shot multiple times in his upper body. anybody with information should call police this morning. nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. police are investigating a deadly shooting after a teenager was shot and killed. this happened early sunday morning at the ramada hotel on baltimore national pike. a fight broke out involving several teenagers. kelvin glasgow was found dead at the scene. >> we're asking anybody with
additional information that they do come forward. they can give us a call. >> police have no suspects at this hour. oldre's a missing 12-year- boy. this is rashad foster. he was last seen around 1:00 sunday afternoon. he is autistic and was last seen wearing a white shirt and black sneakers. if you have any information, you are asked to call 911 immediately. >> a body was found in the inner harbor. officials are still working to identify the victim. it looks like the victim was a male between the ages of 18 and 20. a family pleas for help after
missing daughter was found dead in pasadena. the victim, jessica lynn lee. her remains were discovered earlier this month. she went missing from home in brooklyn park back in may. there is a message for the person responsible. >> whoever did this to my daughter, i hope you rot in hell and are sentenced to death. e intook my daughter from ma my grandmother's granddaughter from her. we have to live with this for the rest of pro-life. >> police have not figured out an exact cause of death but police believe that lee was murdered. >> it is carrier to be a busy
week for the candidates vying to be the next commander in chief. >> there will be pushing their message for the future of medicare. hallie jackson has more on the story. >> you could call a preview of the week to come as both sides hammered the other on medicare. for mitt romney and president obama, a rare restorative breather as both attended religious services with their family. the political talk shows -- >> he took $700 billion and shifted it to obamacare. >> that money would be put back into medicare. the savings comes from slashing
savings and cutting out waste. if romney restores that money -- >> it means medicare will go bankrupt in just four years. >> the campaign stops setting the tone for the week ahead. paul ryan getting his mother into the medicare debate. >> president obama in new hampshire in making his case for how strengthen the program. >> i made reforms that have saved millions of seniors with medicare hundreds of dollars on prescription drugs. >> new hampshire again in the spotlight today. a rally in manchester later today. hallie jackson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> 67 degrees on tv hill. >> thousands are evacuated from their homes as the latest round of wildfires rushes through
take an umbrella with you. high temperature of 79. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> state of emergency is declared in parts of northern california as a wild fire rages out of control. seven homes have been destroyed. 1000 firefighters are battling the blaze. they have yet to make any headway. one person is dead after a fire broke out in a rhode island motel. people broke into the room and tried to rescue the man but there were forced out by flames. the fire destroyed a wing of the hotel.
>> tony scott has died. he directed "top gun" and "days of thunder." he also directed "unstoppable." he jumped off a bridge on sunday afternoon. tony scott was 68 years old. >> 5:11. earned a college degree and make more money. >> that is if they can avoid a major disappointment. >> things are looking pretty good so far on the major roadways.
>> now insta-weather plus and traffic pulse 11 together. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. . we have one on going problem spot that we have been seen. monument street remains closed at patterson park. light street is open at lombard. that is some good news. up to speed on the major roadways. 65 along the west side of the beltway. 65 on 95 heading down towards the beltway. looking good at all the way around. 95 at 395 is moving just fine.
this is the francis scott key bridge. this is 795 at owings mills. traffic is moving fine north and southbound. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now to kurt kronke for a check of the buses and trains. >> downtown, light street is back open. we still have diversions around the sinkhole. the 35 bus is diverting at monument and patterson park. light rail and metro subway both on schedule. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. i am kurt kronke. now back to tony pann. >> thank you. it is not a bad start on this monday. there is some cloud cover. the weather is active. there are these ripples of low
pressure that are traveling along the front. we are on the northern edge of this activity. in the middle zone, we will see a few clouds today and maybe some rain showers. dry day.you'll have a you can see the clouds. it tapers off to the west. a mixture of sun and clouds. most of the rain will be at the beaches and down across the lower eastern shore counties. there was some rain in virginia heading north. 30% chance that you'll see the rain today. maybe take an umbrella just in case. 63 in parkton. the average high temperature is 85. will make it up to 79 this afternoon. mostly cloudy but a little
sunshine will snake through. a 30% chance for rain shower. it should not be too bad if you take the boat out today. wave heights around 1 foot. the water temperature at the bay is about 80 degrees. temperatures drop back into the 60's tonight. a mixture of sun and clouds. tomorrow and on wednesday it would temperatures on 83. it gets warmer by the end of the week and it should stay dry going into next weekend. >> as college students are heading back to school, we have a list of the worst values in college majors.
anthropology tops the list. other majors missing the mark include photography, philosophy, and graphic design. the finances usually topped the list of concerns. one of the biggest financial questions is debit or credit. >> ryan is just a few weeks from heading back to college. >> sometimes i don't look at the total. they say it is this much and i give them my card. >> he says he will be more responsible with his money this time. he is thinking about going from a debit card to a credit card. >> this is something i know is necessary. >> do not deny and don't despair
because things are going to be ok. >> he says ryan all started with debit cards for a reason. the money comes out of your accounts. >> if you pay cash, it is done. what happens is it is a month later and you get the credit card bill and say, i did not have that. >> if they buy at lunch with that card habitually, they will be paying that off for a long time. >> cards should have a limit. >> about a thousand dollar credit limit. >> keep in touch with your
students limit. >> parents should ask for their students password to monitor the accounts. >> investors are picking more apples on wall street as apple is worth more than $1 trillion. jane king has the bloomberg business report. good morning to you. >> wheeling and dealing in the insurance business. aetna has struck a deal to buy coventry and health care. the move would make that not one of the largest providers of a government financed health care. this deal has been approved. crude oil prices are back up
again. they are getting close to $100 a barrel. higher production levels in saudi arabia. higher crude oil trickles down to more pain at the pump. the average price for regular unleaded is $3.68. futures are quiet this morning. we did end higher on friday. the s&p less than at one point away from its highest closing level since may of level. shares of apple are soaring. different story for amazon. kindle fire will be
delayed to make changes to compete with other tablets. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king, bloomberg news, for wbal-tv 11 news. is going into the hotel business. >> opening their own hotel. and some ice cream treats to beat the heat but you may want to keep these away from the kids'. >> thank you. >> 67 degrees on tv hill. a scam claims even more victims of. >> many folks say i am more >> many folks say i am more comfortable at [ male announcer ] with ultra-filtered water
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skeptical about going to the movies after a recent shooting in colorado. some people say they are hesitant about going. teenagers are most likely to be hesitant about going to the movies. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. keptast month's shooting you from going out to the movies as often as you once did? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. >> a scam claims two more times over the weekend. senior citizens have been victimized. a woman calls them climbing to be a tax collector. she says they must pay an overdue property tax or be
evicted from their homes. >> i do not like it at all. of a little older and a lot the elderly people cannot take care of themselves. i would be able to. >> the search continues for the suspect. people should be mindful about who is calling for stops by their home. >> 67 degrees on tv hill. coming up -- two separate shooting incidents that happened over the weekend. >> a police officer shoots and kills a west baltimore man. >> things are pretty quiet on this monday morning. ♪
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>> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to 11 news today. i am stan stovall. >> i am sarah caldwell. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> tony pann has a check of today's forecast. >> there are a couple of sprinkles in a few neighborhoods. it is mostly cloudy at the airport and dry. los 60's in our northern suburbs. a mixture of sun and clouds. a chance for a passing rain shower. we cannot rule out a shower of baltimore. high temperature of only 79.
that is a rare event for august. enjoy that. >> we have some good news to pass along. light street is open at lombard. it has been closed because of the water main. that should help to ease traffic downtown this week. it was daybreak at monument at patterson park remains closed ata water main break monument and patterson park remains closed. we have 11 minutes on the inner loop. five minutes between the fort mchenry and the harbor tunnel. this is the beltway at key bridge. the inner and the outer loops look fine.
this is 795 at owings mills boulevard. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> police investigating several deadly shootings that happened while you were sleeping. >> nadia ramdass is live at police headquarters with the latest. >> police are busy this weekend. four people are recovering after two incidents that happened over the weekend. police say that three males were shot in central baltimore late sunday night. the juvenile was rushed to hopkins pediatric. the two man were taken to shock trauma. police are investigating another
shooting in west baltimore. somebody shot a man. this happened around 11:30 on saturday night. the victim was rushed to the hospital for treatment after being hit multiple times in his upper body. if you have any information about these shootings, you are urged to call police this morning. nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. a west baltimore man shot dead by police. >> police say the incident happened on saturday afternoon. neighbors say the victim was rudy bell. crews responded to a call for a burglary. several officers found a man charging at them with a knife or a bottle. >> neighbors say that bell was
not a threat to anybody. >> the officer discharged his service weapon. >> that man was no threat at all. to take his life? no. i mean, baltimore city cops, video shoot first and ask questions later. >> is spokesperson did not know if the deal officer had another device besides a gun. >> a teenager was shot and killed in a hotel parking lot. this happened that baltimore national pike. a large crowd had been gathered when a fight report early in nsued. kelvin glasgow was found dead at the scene. basketball recruit
was arrested. court records show the guard threw his ex-girlfriend to the ground and kicked and punched her. he had committed to playing for hall.seton >> this week -- a bankruptcy judge approved the sale of the sparrows point steel mill to a liquid air. the location was put up for auction in new york. around 2000 employees were working at the plant when it shut down back in may. 67 degrees on tv hill. mood, youin a bad
might just need the right snacked. >> plus we are talking about deadly breakfast food. our water cooler question of the day -- has last month's shooting at a colorado movie theater kept you from going out to the movies as often as you once did? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to page, or send us an e-mail to
66 in columbia. the forecast for today -- a mixture of sun and clouds. a 30% chance for it rain shower in the picture. take an umbrella just in case. high temperature of 79. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. have you're going to omelettes for breakfast, listen to this. >> eating whole eggs could damage your heart arteries nearly as much as smoking. 1000 patients were studied. each participant details their egg consumption. those who ate the most eggs had heart arteries that had narrowed in similar fashion to those of smokers. 80's are high in cholesterol --
eggs are high in cholesterol. >> the flavor of some foods might help boost your mood. chocolate and strawberries can have a positive affect on mood. the effect may be in the flavors of such foods which are similar to a mood stabilizing drug. you might want to grab some raspberries and blueberries because they have a mood- soothing effect. >> 5:39. 67 degrees on tv hill. >> how you can keep your private information safe. over downtownng baltimore. will check on weather and traffic when we come back. íúñ
>> now insta-weather plus and traffic pulse 11 together. >> good morning. we do have a couple of crashes. one is on the inner loop of the beltway. another crash reported on southbound 95 past 100. we have 66 miles per hour on padonia road heading south towards the beltway. looking good on the inner loop. 95 northbound, five minutes. no problems on the major roadways. the beltway at key bridge is looking good. this is 95 near 100.
it looks like things a moving just fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now, we go to for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. from the with the mta. >> moving along nicely on the rails. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. light rail and metro subway on schedule. we're moving along light street. we do have a diversion in east baltimore because of the sinkhole at monument and patterson park. the 23, 53 buses are operating with delays this morning. now back to tony pann. >> at thank you. so far so good. there are some sprinkles out there. low pressure is traveling off to the southeast. i think most of the activity will stay south and east of baltimore.
low pressure along this front has been stalled. yesterday, high temperatures stayed in the 70's. that was a rare event for august. we will enjoy the nice temperatures. high pressure will take control for the rest of the week. we do have a great deal of cloud cover this morning. there are a few sprinkles here and there. some shower activity north and west of baltimore. most of the activity is offshore. 68 at the airport and in parkville. 63 degrees in parkton. we will call what mostly cloudy. about a 30% chance for a rain shower. high temperatures between 76 and
81 degrees. if you take the boat out today, i do not think there is a big threat for lightning. high tide coming up at 8:58 this morning. comfortable tonight in the lower end of the 60's. the could be some areas of fog in some neighborhoods. 20% chance for a sprinkle or shower tomorrow. some clouds on wednesday. the80's through the end of week. a decent weekend and a stretch of dry weather all the way through sunday. >> thank you. most of us are aware of the danger of identity theft. >> people can have access to all the information you consider
valuable. >> it is often said there are no secrets in cyber. after?re they your credit information, including your actual credit report. >> it took about 10 seconds to pull it out. >> we were able to pull up dozens of credit reports. some are here for free. they have to account numbers and social security numbers. >> it happens all over the world. >> how are they doing it? >> someone had to have gotten my credit card number and made new
credit cards. >> there will hack into went online account and use a credit accord to purchase somebody else's credit report. then they posted on websites. it is a gain weight for thieves -- it is a gateway for thieves. >> i probably spent 20 hours a week for the past four months trying to get this straightened out. >> once the information is out there, it it is out there. >> peggy was able to get all of her money back but the incident has left her fearful. >> i checked every day and make sure my credit cards are secure. >> police are searching for the
driver behind the deadly accident in sixessex. dennis flury was struck on friday evening. the vehicle that struck him likely to have some damage to the lower front bumper. >> some welcome news. light street is open to traffic after last week's massive water main break. officials decided to replace the entire main because the infrastructure was more than 100 years old. that is a good news. it is 67 degrees on tv hill. the orioles survive a first inning meltdown. keith mills will have highlights. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery
police say rashad foster has been found safe and sound. he is 5 feet 7 inches tall and 120 pounds. good news to report now that he has been found. >> let's get to some of your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- has last month's shooting at a colorado movie theater kept you from going out to the movies as often as you once did? >> 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, wbaltv.com. >> good morning.
once again the orioles pass a major test. they lost game 1 of the series on friday night but rebound to when the next two. they win the series despite trailing by five runs. the tigers all over wei-yin chen. the orioles were down 5-0. the orioles did not blink. chris davis, perhaps the biggest hit of the day. second inning. j.j. hardy goes down low and swats it ito low. happy birthday to j.j. -- and swats it to laeft. 6-5 orioles.
they never lose the lead. the orioles are six games back of the yankees and a half-game in front of the wild card. ripken stadium in aberdeen. the files of the world series. what a big day for the montgomery county team. they played japan. japan scored the first six runs of the game. the u.s. was on the board. big turnout for jp walsh. the first of two home runs. a tremendous week of baseball. hats off to the boys' league teams of upper montgomery county, the u.s. chance in the cal ripken world series. thursday night, the ravens will
play at home against jacksonville. the colts and stay loose last night. steelers take the early lead. ben roethlisberger to antonio brown. look at him run. andrew luck sets up the first interception. 14-0, pittsburgh. andrew luck stayed with it and slides for the touchdown. 26-24, the steelers win. two years ago at the orioles won 66 games. >> it is fun to cheer them on. some of college park do not want
>> right now police are investigating two shooting incidents that happened over the weekend. >> it is all about new hampshire today. ryan and romney get back together in the granite state. >> some startling remarks about rape and abortion have turned heads on capitol hill. >> can we continue with the mild august temperatures? [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m.