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it's the stop scene around the league. what teammates are saying about rey lewis' game ending tackle good morning, it's monday, september 21st. and you're waking up to a school closing this morning. baltimore international academy is closed today because of electrical problems. staff is report to the wall brook high school auditorium. good morning, i'm patrice harris. it was a busy weekend. everybody is excited that the ravens won, won big yesterday, great game, bun gut but not so s to what is happening in dun dun.
a watermain break and we will have team coverage of that coming up in a few minutes. first we need to check with meteorologist tony pagnotti to see what we can expect weather wise today. good morning, patrice. we try to get one more day. the weekend was so great. we don't want it to end. we are going to give the folks in dundalk a break today. good clean up weather, a silver lining to the clouds that are hanging over dundalk. we have clear skies and 51 degrees out at bwi thurgood marshal airport. a pretty clean scan. we won't have any rain in our area but there will be clouds coming from the south and west as we speak. there you see the rain. that's a warm front that is going to come through. warm pressure is going to through wednesday and thursday. not big pours but there will be rain in the forecast.
today partly cloudy skies, we will top ought 75 degree out ats the clouds begin to thicken. comfortly cool, maybe a sweater tcould be in store, but then you can get rid of it by then. let's see what lauren cook has to say in the traffic edge report. thank you, tony. we are dealing from the effects of the mass si massive watermaik on friday. look at this, this is the aftermath. crews are trying to repair the 6-inch watermain break. it's massive, but as you can see some traffic is managing to get by. if you are trying to access the local roads, you want to use the 695 ramp. and for those trucks trying to access the marine terminal you want to use 695 to keith avenue. you're traveling the southbound lanes of 795, better news to
report as we take a look at travel times. we are looking at a 9-minute trip. once on the beltway, we are look the a 3 minutes from greenspring avenue to jfx. if you're using the jfx to get into the city from 695 downtown to east fayette street you're looking at 8-minute drive. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice, back to you. 6:02 on fox 45 morning news. the water is gone but its effects will last for weeks if not longer. the dundalk watermain break sent munzer hundredmunz hundredshundn up. that is where joel d smith is there. >> reporter: you save what you could, not much to save. you can see that the rugs have been torn up. the t.v.'s are lying after the
huge 6-foot watermain break on dundalk avenue and the browning highway. these weeks have had a lot of mess to clean up over the last three days. if you look over right now, they still got to be shocked if you think of the streets being turned into rivers. it sent thousands of water into the air and into their homes. the folks of turner station and water's edge affected the homes. people tried to get around if they could. people looking for special things to their hearts, maybe family belongings. a lot of homes have been flooded. for many it's difficult to comprehend how fast and how much water actually entered their homes. >> at that picture was the waterline. it was within 15 minutes that the water started outside, the basement was full of water. it was ridiculous. >> reporter: the red cross is on hand handing hundreds of
meals. and bge officials had to wait to do the plumbing. folks are dealing with major clean up. there's huge dumpsters all over the place trying to help out. after the highway itself, you're looking at 2-4 weeks before that is cleaned again, patrice. >> i know the lady in your story was trying to show us how high the water is. can you give us a sense, how high is water where you are. >> reporter: here at court way, if you look at the fence, you can tell where the grass goes up to. that is how high it was. for me below the fence. just imagine how high it was. it was up to there on him. he says it was so nasty, he decided to get rid of all the clothes he was wearing that day. >> that is what all the people are going to have to do with all the fu furniture and things that were inside of their homes which is hard to do. joel d smith smith, we will
checwe willcheck with you throue morning. the break was originally blamed on the pipe's age but the baltimore city public works department says the break was caused by the materials. it was installed in the early '70s and it has failed in many places across the state this year. police are chasing away predators hoping to take advantage of the situation. megan gilliland joins us with that part of the story and it's very sad, megan. >> reporter: at one point 100 families were dealing with flooded basements, many people without power, this morning the lights are back on and it's definitelying clear that the cleanup could get a little dirty. officials say public contractors have been turning up in the damaged area claiming to be sent by the county. they're apparently convincing residents to sign contracts with them to repair their home. >> baltimore county has not sent any private contractors in
telling -- that can tell you we said you should sign a contract to have this work done. be aware of that. >> there are public crews available to assist homeowners with the repairs. many people are learning that their insurance policies do not cover this kind of damage. we will have that part of the story coming up in the next half hour. megan gilliland, fox 45 morning news. to see pictures of the water break, and the water left outside, you can see the website. you can see the water making its way from dundalk avenue into the neighborhood. if you have photos or video the watermain desaster, share them with baltimore. e-mail them to baltimore. or up load them to foxbaltimore.com/your take. a man is hit and killed by a car overnight. the victim walked in front of a moving car.
police say it was not a hit-and-run and the intersection is open for the morning commute. city workers will find out this week if furloughs are in their future. on wednesday, baltimore's spending board will decide whether or not to approve furloughs that would shutdown city government offices for five days between october and june. city workers making more than $100,000 would have to take 10 furlough days. there's not one correct way to fix this. there's a fast way, but that doesn't mean that that is the best way. city officials say the furlough plan will include firefighters and police officers, but union leaders are resisting any plan that takes their members off of the streets saying furloughs would endanger the public. three terrorism suspects including one with connections with al-qaeda will be in federal court today. naji bulsasi has admitted receiving weapons training from
al-qaeda. they were arrested on saturday on terms of making a false statement to the government. the fbi found instructions for making weapons on zasi's laptop computer. the ravens are perfect, they have a 2-0 record after beating the s chargers yesterday. not everything was perfect, however. phillip threw for 476 yards and two touchdowns against the ravens defense. when it counted the defense and ray lewis came up big. on 4-2 just 30 seconds left in the 4th. lewis ended the game right there with a punishing hit on darren sprawls, securing the 36-26 win. that's amazing. >> that's it. the a's don't mean nothing. that is good. he is like video going right now. >> the ravens return home this sunday to take on the cleveland
>> good morning, yeah, it will be. we are going to have over 100 exotic cars out here, thousands of people. it's supposed to be a beautiful day. we are going to have entertainment by local bands. there will be a children's tent. this is all to benefit over 750 children that the children's guild services, these children are behaviorally, and emotionally challenged children. talk to he me about the cars. that is going to draw a lot of people out there. what do they get to do? do they get to sit in the cars and taking pictures or what? >> i don't know, sitting in the cars, that is up to the owners themselves. the kids love to get out here, and you can pop the hoods or look at the pristine interiors with the engines. we will have a formula one car out here. it will be a great day for the
entire family. >> where do these cars come from? these are all individual private owners. >> we have people drive from as far away from erie, pennsylvania to bring their cars to show them off. we have them coming from richmond, virginia and we have nice italian motorcycles, too. >> very nice, lori, we can sit back and dream about the day we are going to be able to afford cars like these. very nice. >> very nice. we will speak with you. >> we will check with you throughout the morning so keep the cars right there. >> it will be friday and saturday and sunday. and for more information log on to foxbaltimore.com/morning. it will be nice cruising around in one of those cars and we are going to have nice weather. we are going to tell you, we will come to toy kwan they kwa .
news but as you say on hd radar to the west and to the south we will have showers in the picture, won't get any today. 60 in the district, 51 in baltimore. 54 in oakland. a little cool but we're going to warm it up nicely. as i said, fall tomorrow, 5:18 p.m. this is the last full day of summertime. we know we're going to see cooler temperatures, but wait to he see what mother nature is going to do on the first week of fall. here is the system that we're walking about. this system has warmer temperatures long with them as the forgotten boundary pushes through. don't look for any rain. that is probably going to be not after midnight tonight as the clouds thicken throughout the day. we will see temperatures very pleasant. we should be at 77 degrees with the cloud cover tomorrow and some scattered showers here and
there. here comes the rain, but not big downpours at that. we will have 78 degrees, enjoy the sunshine on the eastern shore today. and here is what i'm talking about. over the next few days, we will see the warmer air pumped up in our direction. here is the warm front. here is the front behind it. it has moisture with it. as we begin the first week of fall officially, it's going to get warmer. it's going to feel more like summertime, but we going to feel the sunshine. there's the warm wedged of air. it comes on through tomorrow into tomorrow night. once the opt minute aly kwan ox enters we will see the warmer air. the sunshine will start to fade as the afternoon wears on. out in the western maryland we could see the showers as early as this afternoon as the front pushes through garrett county. i will outline the seven-day for you. here is tomorrow, first arrival
of fall in the afternoon. 75, clouding up and the scattered showers, on again off again on wednesday. look at the temps warming up, though. mother nature says, what are you talking about fall. right out in weekend, next weekend, you want to plan ahead, it's looking good. fox 45 sky watch weather is at your finger tips. iradar is available at fox baltimore.com. you can use fox powerful doppler radar. the interactive tools will let you see when rain will be over your house. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on iradar. let's see how the roads are doing this morning without all the info. here is lauren cooke. >> reporter: we are dealing with delays in dundalk, but our average speeds are holding their own. 61 on 83 at baltimore county. a slower 55 and traveling on the jfx. as we make our way west, we are
looking at 65 miles per hour and 67 on the south side of howard county. now the massive watermain break is leading to delays in dundalk as we take a look. at the scene this is the aftermath. joel d smith is live there all morning as the construction continues to try to fix the mess. as you can see, the cars are managing to get by. you want to be aware that the majority of brownin broading his shutdown. you want to stick with 695 and get off at keith avenue. we have trouble to report at the key bridge. an accident has been reported on the right lanes. the tunnel is clear but the fort mchenry and the harbor tunnel as we make the push toward the northeast corridor of 95, taking a look at whitemarsh, a little bit of volume starting to pick up on the southbound lanes but nothing of concern. as we make our way up to middle
river, this is going to be at wilson point road on the southbound lanes. that is a look at your morning travels. for customized traffic reports 24-7, log on to foxbaltimore.com and click on traffic edge. let's send it back to you, patrice. lauren, still to come, from the big screen to the small screen. genius, they are coming back here and finish what they started by murdering brandon. >> is that going to happen. >> no, it's not going to happen. >> we have a sneak pook at thiss week's hottest dvds. and the emmy goes to mad man. and next some of t.v.'s biggest start are waking up winners. we will bring you the latest on
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baltimore national academy is closed because of electrical problems. staff is to report to wall brook auditorium. i'm patrice harris. we will check in with meteorologist tony pagnotti who is in fo for steve fertig. shall i explain? >> you must. >> we have to take the good with the bad. after this weekend that we have been spoiled. it was like san diego weather. 51 degrees as we speak right now, par partly cloudies sky. we're going to squeeze another good one out today. maybe not as much sunshine because we have a frontal boundary to the south and west that is going to usher in some clouds later this afternoon and night, then we are going to he see some showers. not big downpours but it won't be the beautiful blue skies type of weather.
for today sunshine, partly sunny throughout the afternoon. a daytime high of 75 degrees. heading out to the bus stop soon. maybe a sweater, a light jacket, you will get rid of it by day's end and topping out in the mid-70s. let's see how that monday morning traffic is going, here is traffic edge report with lauren cooke. >> reporter: thank you very much. well, we are still seeing the effects in that massive watermain break in dundalk. as we take a look, you can see the aftermath. tons of damage but fortunately cars are starting to scoot by. you do want to be aware that the majority of roaneing highway. if you are trying, if any cars are trying to get to the terminal, you do want to use 95 at keith avenue. better news as we make our way toward the northeast corridor of 95. no problems to report. from mountain road to 695, you're looking at a 10-minute trip.
if you are looking at the fort mchenry tunnel, 5 minutes. there's congestion starting to build if you're traveling from the jfx into the city. that's a look at your morning travels. patrice, let's send it back to you. 631, on fox 45 morning news. the work continues as homeowners continue to recover from the watermain break on friday afternoon. while many people have their power back, many are wondering when they will get their lives back in order. joel d smith is live from dundalk with the latest. >> reporter: as you said power on but a handful left of homeowners. that was close to 1,000. a 6-foot watermain break. picture that, a little taller than me. a huge watermain break over at dundalk avenue. this is the result, court way. look at how high the water got up to my hip right here. that is where the grass got up to that is left over on this
fence. that is what it was the result. folks having to pull up carpet and dropping everything into their yard before they have to throw it way. they must have been shocked to see their streets turning into rivers, after the watermain break sending thousands of water into the air and eventually into their homes. boats was the only way to get around. people trying to use the water craft to get around. the weekend was not for rest, but cleaning up and pumping up water. that is still going on now. the red cross was a honored to handout support and supplies. power was returned to the homes in just hours. but bge officials said they had to wait before electrical he repairs were done to many before they could get them. going on. >> as many houses as these people are working on, it could be months. >> reporter: a large portion of the roaneing highway,
continuing to closed. the trucks have to use keith avenue to get around. it's expected all of this will take 2-4 weeks to get back to normal and that is just the highway itself. we're talking about people here, it could take a lot longer. we're live in dundalk this morning. i'm joel d smith, fox 45 morning news. as families wade for through the aftermath of flood damage, police are hoping to chase away predators hoping to take advantage of the situation. private contractors are taking advantage of the area. they are apparently convincing residents to sign contracts with them to repair their homes. county officials say they have not sent out any private contractors but there's private crews available to access homeowners with the repairs. for those homeowners who want to get to work on the damaged homes, the question is who is going to pay for it? some families are learning their
insurance policies do not cover all of the damage. >> megan gilliland join us with that part of the story. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. when the watermain break surged water went gushing for more than a mile away. most homeowners did not know they needed flood insurance because they were not close to the water. many families watched their homes get swallowed up by streams of water. even before the water began receding, some people began wondering if the damage would be covered by their insurance. unfortunately, for many of these residents, ground water damage isn't part of their coverage. >> i read it in the contract. it's nothing, no coverage. you're like on an island and the insurance company is waiving bye-bye to them. >> reporter: some say that the damage done to their basements could cost them up to $40,000. the state insurance commission is has vowed to help homeowners, but if the state doesn't help
them, they are hoping that the city or the county will help them close this gap. the pipe that burst is part of the city pipeline. this morning those pipes are under scrutiny. in shui that the pipes are too old. >> we want you to send us your images friday morning's watermain break. some sent us th this video. you can see it the force waft wr there, that is what folks had to deal with. up load the pictures to our website at foxbaltimore.com/your take. a man is shot and killed in south baltimore. it happened just after 10:00 last night in the 2400 block of maple court. police say the man was shot in the head and back. there's no word on suspects or a motive. that shooting comes on the heels of a violent weekend in
baltimore as police responded to 9 shootings in a 24-hour period. two of those shootings were deadly. commissioner fred bealefeld met with his staff on friday to discuss how to deal with the violence. investigators are trying to determine if any of the shootings are gang related snfs officers found . officers found a disabled man dead inside of his briar hill road. his apartment had been ransacked. the second happened on friday morning the 400 block of caramel a drive. that is where a pan was shot to death in the mid. -- a man was shot to the death in the middle of the road. the ravens are perfect. they have a 2-0 record after beating the san diego chargers yesterday. not everything was perfect, however. phillip river rivers threw 446 s in two touchdowns against the
defense. when it counted the defense, and ray lewis came on big. on 4-2, with 30 seconds left in the 3rd. lewis finished the game with that punishing hit securing the 36-26 win. >> oh, man! that is amazing. the a's don't mean nothing. he is like right now. >> i bet he is feeling a lot older than 20 today. the ravens return home this sunday to take on the cleveland browns. coming up from the big screen to the small screen. >> the genius hasn't come back here and finishing what he started by murdering brandon. >> is that going to happen. >> no, it's not going to happen. we have a sneak peek at this week hottest dvd repleases coming up in the -- releases coming up in the low down. it looks like we
on tonight and tomorrow chances of scattered showers, no big downpours. a cool bowe 54 in oakland, 59 in charm city and 56 down south. you will see the temperatures he very pleasant as we are on the horizon seeing fall arriving the opthetomorrow. we will see the temperatures for the first day of fall. not so much fall like. it will be more summer-like. this is the system we're talking about. it will bring scattered showers at best. we won't see any big changes of the weather. thickening clouds through the afternoon today. we will have the sunshine throughout most of the day. as you can see with the future scan, the clouds start to come in later on this afternoon and through the overnight. that is when he we could get a few sprinkles by tomorrow morning, a better shot of those light showers here and there but not everywhere as you can see, that's a little bit of light rain. then we will see the temps
starting to warm up. today 78 degrees along the eastern shore with partly sunny skies. and we will take a look at the system right here. here is the warm front. that is why it's going to be pumping warm air in our direction over the next few days. first week of fall. here is the warm edge of air, the frontal boundary scattered showers. through tuesday, cloudy skies and not a big wash up. not the beautiful blue skies we had over the weekend. 75, partly sunny skies in central maryland. western maryland picks up the showers later this afternoon and 73 degrees. seven-day forecast, we've got 75 tomorrow, 78 wednesday and here we go, yeah. you're saying is it supposed to be summer or fall. it will be the mid-80s by friday but then temperatures start to moderate toward the weekend. you know fox 45 sky watch weather is at your finger tips. iradar is available at foxbaltimore.com. you can use fox 45 powerful
doppler radar to track the incoming storms. the interactive tools let you see when rain or snow will be over your house. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on iradar. let's click on the traffic edge report right now and here is lauren cooke. thank you, tony. we do have serious delays in dundalk, but fortunately our average speeds are holding their own. taking a look at the corridor of 95. 65 miles per hour. 55 is traveling the jfx. as we make our way west, we are looking at 57 on the beltway and 57 on 95 on the south side there in howard county. we do have some delays, all due to the watermain break in dundalk. be aware that the majority of roaneing highway, is shutdownful as we take a look at the highway area, a mess in the aftermath. hopefully crews will work to make the repairs. if you're trying to access the
local roads, you will want to stick with the 695 on-ramp to roaneing avenue. we do have an accident reported at the key bridge. this is going to be at the outer loop lanes. the tunnel is not looking like a bad alternative loop route. all is clear at the fort mchenry. it's going to be a slow go from wilkens avenue up to liberty road. as we take a live look at liberty road, you can see a lot of volume starting to buildup particularly in the outer loop lanes that we're looking at. for customized traffic reports 24-7, log on to foxbaltimore.com today i'm making a classic sweet potato pie...
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still without power, but that is down from 800 homes. after a 6-foot watermain break during friday rush hour, between dundalk avenue and the browning highway. a man is shot and killed, it happened last night in the 1400 block of macle road. the man was shot in the back and in the head. there's no word on suspects or motive. it seems the city of annapolis could have the first african-american mayor after all. soon after winning the democratic primary, xena dropped out of the mayoral race. fox 45 has learned she has decided not to call it quits. the central committee says she did not formally withdraw her name and she will be moving forward. some lawmakers say the nation's recession is over, but here in maryland there's no
light at the end of the tunnel even with hundreds of millions in budget cuts, the state still faces a possible deficit of up to $2 billion. former governor robert ehrlich joins us. $2 billion is there sign of this lessening? >> part of this is the decision that maryland made last year to accept the stimulus dollars for recurring spending. we talked about the $2.7 billion. $1.2 billion were one time expenses and that was fine. the problem is we took $2.4 billion of the 2.7, threw those dollars into education and medicaid. those are reduring expenses. when the -- recurring expenses. when the dollars stopped, it was a budget hole. it did not pump up the long-term funding sources. you have a huge difference
between the spending and the dollars coming in. when the stimulus dollars stop in a few months, you will have a real problem. we have a real problem in the state as do other states, the states that decided to take the stimulus dollars without any long-term consequences. >> there's been hope of getting more stimulus dollars. is that going to he refuel the e problem? >> it's like an addict. when is that going to stop. he they are not going to continue to go to big federal government uncle to say help me out in my budget situation. >> when you talk about that reality, we would have to cut $300 million this year, on top of the $700 million. >> you're going to have to. >> where are you going to cut. >> they are seeing mothers, brothers, laid off. >> it's interesting because you have economists saying the region is over. what that -- the recession is
over. what that means the economists sit with the their formulas, and we reached this threshold the recession is over. they see the commercial real estate sector hurting and you see consumer service which is not real high for a good reason. as far as the budget cuts, the government will make those decisions over the next several months. the big problem is not the 300 million over this fiscal year. it's the couple hundred dollars over the next fiscal year. >> what do you do about that? >> i'm no longer governor, so i don't have to make those decisions. it goes back to what they did in the special session, pumping the additional dollars, spending the additional dollars, raising taxes and expanding medicaid etjebility, which in retro retro protect was not a good cause. do you think that people can afford a big tax? >> no, people are getting hammered. so no, hopefully, even in
annapolis, maryland where there seems to be additional appetite fofor additional taxes. hopefully even there, the message has gotten through that even in maryland we're done. >> there's three signs of improvement here in maryland. we saw home sales improve and lottery sales have been up. >> lottery sales have been up. interestingly, it's an interesting mind-set. maybe i can hit it big. it's why the hotels in vegas are so big. even in the downtime, i can hit it big with a number today or the scratch off today or whatever it is. >> governor ehrlich, thank you very much. you can also read governor ehrlic
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emergency. it's the stop seen around the league. what teammates are saying about ray wil lewis' game ending tack. the big winners from last night's emmy awards. good morning. it's monday, september 21st, i'm patrice harris. we gi begin this morning wia school closing to tell you about. baltimore international academy is close today because of electrical problems. staff is to report to the wall brook auditorium. a lot of people spent this weekend cleaning up after the massive watermain break in dundalk. take a look at what folks were dealing out there. water so high they were trying to get around in folks. if you were trying to drive your
car it was much, much more difficult. what happened to the homes is another story. we will have team coverage on the story throughout the morning, but first we need to check in with meteorologist tony pagnotti who is in for steve fertig. hopefully that will be a sunshine. today it's going to be good. if you have to be cleaning up out there, it's going to be tolerable. we're going to squeeze one more day after the weekend. we will move this right along. you don't want to see my seven-day forecast. you took a peek because we are looking ahead to fall in a little bit. 51 degrees, partly cloudy skies at bwi airport. things are looking good at the radar scan, nothing to show you but we will open up wider and yes to the west and south, we do have some rain and wetter wetter waiting in the wings, yes and that looks like not until
tomorrow when we see fall arriving, that is right, late tomorrow afternoon. 70 degrees today, partly sunny skies, topping out at 75 for the daytime high. at the school bus, rather comfortable, maybe a little bit of sweater or or coat, but kids will get rid of it, because he we will be soaring to the 70s later on today. let's see if the traffic is soaring or snoring out there. >> reporter: thank you, it's definitely soaring if you're traveling in the dundalk area. that is the aftermath of the watermain that happened on friday. some cars are scooting a around. for those of you are trying to access the local roads, you will want to stick with the 695 ramp to roaneing highway, for those trucks wanting to access the marine terminal, you do want to stick with 695. for those traveling the southbound lanes of 795 from
westminister pike to 695, you're look at a 9-minute trip. that west side of the highway, it's stacked and packed. from liberty you're looking at 10 minutes. from the jfx to 70 you're looking at a lengthy 10-minute drive. patrice, let's send it back to you. the water is gone, but its effects will last for weeks if not even longer than that. the watermain break sent thousands of gallons of water into the neighborhood and hundreds of people scrambling to save what they could. the breawork on the break itself continues in dundalk. that is where joel d smith is left behind what the latest. >> reporter: this is part of the mess. some folks haven't had the chance to get the dumbsters yet, it's just in their yards. everything that got soaked it gets thrown out. when it comes to insurance purposes that is what they have to do.
>> we're on court way, tom, how are you doing with your daughter right now? >> we're trying to get through the ordeal of what happened and the cleanup and try to get our lives back together and the devastation that this whole neighborhood went through. >> reporter: what is actually like that day? you didn't know when that water was going to stop? >> he we didn't know when it was going to stop. we were afraid. we don't know when it was going to stop and boats came. things got really bad. the whole neighborhood went to shattered. it was horrible. >> reporter: your place, how much damage are we talking about? >> 20 to $30,000 damage. the whole basement, washer, dryer, refrigerator. >> reporter: you just got a new water heater. >> the insurance has been great with us so far. they have been fan sass tick f h the whole family. >> reporter: a lot of folks and worried about looting in the
area, they got a lot of cops driving around. they're trying to take care of it that way. i'm joel d smith, fox 45 morning news. for homeowners who do want to get work done in their home, the question is who going to take care of it? some are learning that the insurance doesn't cover all of the damage. good morning, megan. >> reporter: when the watermain burst water went gushing in the streets and the homes for more than a mile away. most of the homeowners thought they never needed flood insurance because they are not close to water, now they're learning that the coverage isn't enough. many saw their homes got swallowed and even after some found the water to recede, they wondered if they would be covered by insurance. unfortunately for some of homeowners, water ground damage is not part of the coverage. >> i did find it in the contract. you feel like you are on an
island by yourself and the insurance company is waiving bye-bye to them. >> reporter: this state the state weekend insurance commission vows to help homeowners if they're struggling with their claims. some are hoping that the city or the county will offer funding to help close that gap. now meantime, many families are left waiting through the damage on their own. you have be careful if you're in this situation. coming up in the next half hour, how predators are trying to take advantage of the situation. megan gilliland, fox 45 morning news? should baltimore city and baltimore county help pay for damages for friday's watermain break? we want to toe what you think. we will open up the phone lines. you can send us a tweet at fox baltimore. police say a victim walked in front of a moving car in dundalk around 4:00 this morning. police say it was not a
hit-and-run and the intersection is open for the morning commute. city workers will find out this week if furloughs are in their future. on wednesday, baltimore spending board will decide whether or not to approve furloughs that would shutdown city government offices for 5 days between october and june. he city workers making more than $100,000 would shoul have to ta0 furlough days. >> there's not one quickway to fix this. there's a way but that doesn't mean that is the best way. >> the furlough plan will include firefighters and police officers, but union leaders are resisting any plans that takes their members off the streets saying that furloughs would endanger the public. coming up a mild but possibly rainy week. when we will most likely see the showers coming up in the
the service guild has their car show. we are joined this morning by chuck from the hot spot. >> good morning, patrice. >> i'm great, but not as great as the people who are going to come out and check out the cars. talk too me about what is in store? >> i'm the car guy for lack of a better word at the children's guild. what they're going to see is all types of italian cars. exotic cars, cars that they're going to see every day. lamborghinis, ferraris, fiat and motorcycles, they're going to see a little bit of everything,
if it's italian, it's going to be at this car show. >> we don't often get to see these on the streets of baltimore. i understand that one of these cars is yours? >> right. the blue one that they're taking pictures of right now. that is mine. >> when folks come down, will they get to get inside of their car? >> well, we would ask that they not. >> i don't blame you. >> but sometimes the we will let them come in, if they ask nicely. the kids love to get pictures taken. we open up the doors, as long as they ask us first, that is fine. >> this is the 5th year of the event. what is the fascination that make them get out and look at the cars? >> you're right. these are cars that you don't see every day driven on the streets. they're unusual cars. most of them are hand built. if you buy one, it takes generally three years to get one if you buy it new.
>> i didn't know that. >> they're valuable cars. yeah, and they're just very different. you don't see many of ferraris, for instance, only builds 3,000 cars a year of all of their models. and you don't see them in the united states that much. >> we will continue to check with you throughout the morning. thank you so much. we want to let you know that the concords elegance is there this saturday through sunday. for more information, log on to foxbaltimore.com/morning. chuck said, if it's italian, it will be at the big show. i guess i will have to be down there. it's a good one as i will get my pagnotti and drive on down. >> not to mention a big cherry. 58 is the dew point right now. it's feeling comfortable out there. a good monday morning. we will try to pick up where we left off yesterday with the weekend. squeeze a little bit of
sunshine, not as sunny. we are going to officially call it partly cloudy as the day wears on today. look out to the west, we do have showers. they will be coming in our direction, maybe sprinkles after midnight. no big rainfall, 54 in oakland as we speak, 59 in charm city, 60 in the district of columbia as we are on the eve of something nice. fall in baltimore officially will arrive at 5:18. set your clocks tomorrow, we will enjoying it mighty nicely. here are the showers coming through. no big downpours to speak of. cloud cover, you will see nothing happening, tell us clouds thickening right through tomorrow. that is where when we will see the temperatures warm up, with the warm front on the horizon. that is when we will see the rain later on tomorrow afternoon. for today, 78 degrees, patly cloudy skies, eastern -- partly cloudy skies, eastern shore.
what do we have in store for you. we will have partly cloudy skies and 75 degrees in central maryland. 73 in western maryland and unlike the seven-day forecast, take a look at scattered showers through thursday. a nice weekend on the horizon. let's check in right now with your traffic edge report and here is lauren cooke. >> reporter: thank you very much, tony. well, we are seeing some pretty hectic delays there in dundalk all due to the watermain break. fortunately our average speeds are holding their own. at northeast corridor of 95, 60 miles per hour. 68 at baltimore county, a slow 47 at the jfx and it gets worse as we make our way to the west side of the beltway. we are looking at 44 miles per hour. we are up to 62 as we make our way to the south side of 95 at howard county. you do want to be aware that it's going to be shutdown due to the watermain break. as you take a look, flooding, but that is going to be a much
different story this morning. if you're trying look at the local roads, you will want to stick to the 695 ramp to roaneing highway. good news on the key bridge, that accident has cleared from the outer loop lanes. you want to stick with the tunnels all is clear from the fort mchenry and the harbor tunnel. do expect heavy con vegs in the- congestion. as we take a look at whitemarsh, you will see the cars stacked and packed. things don't get much better. it's going to be a slow go from parkville to towson and from towson to the 83. that's a look at morning travels. 24-7, log to our website at foxbaltimore.com and click on traffic edge. let's send it back to you, patrice. lauren, thank you. it's been a year since the murder of a former baltimore city councilman.
>>new this morning, clean up will take weeks after a massive watermain break in dundalk. the 72-inch break fractured on friday afternoon sending hundreds of thousands of gallons of water into surrounding neighbors. roaneing highway remains closed. a man is shot and it happened in the 2400 block of maple road. police say the man was shot in the head and back, no word on suspects or a motive. a vigil to remember former city council ken harris. it's been over a year since harris was gunned down outside of a baltimore club. police have made three arrests, but those who are close to ken are still wondering about the last moments of his life. steve janice is joining us this morning.
it's hard to believe that it's been a year. >> i know. >> where does the case stand a
year later? >> it's still awaiting trial. there's been a lot of wrangling at how the police obtained the dna evidence. there's been a lot of questions about that. >> and what are some of the other questions that the family has in particular? >> a lot of questions are more personal. his mother wants to talk to the woman who was in the car with him the night that he was murdered, simply to know what happened the last minute. then there is a question his mother raised that she was not allowed to view the body at the medical examiner's office. that raised questions about the investigation, what happened in the last moments of his life? what really occurred? >> what do we know about the woman that was in the car? that has been the subject of a lot of speculation, why haven't we heard who that is or more about it. it seems like she would be an intricate part of the investigation because
she was there? >> technically she is a woman. >> protect that. >> once a case goes forward, if she is called, then she will be,
you know, and her name will be public. think that is the one of the questions. why can't the immediate family know who she is. sylvia harris wants to know -- and talk to her. i want to know what happened to my child. i brought him into this world. i want to know what his lasts moment were like? >> three people were under arrest, so they have the folks. >> i think they're happy about the arrest, but they're worried because there's so many questions about the dna evidence. the dna was obtained from a different case, a murdered that occurred about a year ago in the same neighborhood. they're a little concerned about that. there was a bullet found three months before, so there was a robbery that occurred three months before. maybe more could have been done to prevent that. maybe this wouldn't have happened. >> stephen janice, we will continue to follow it. to learn more about this story go to foxbaltimore.com and click on investigative voice. how do you spell perfect.
goodorning, everybody. here is your first look at sports. you know, for years the ravens have the same profile, strong defense, and so, so offense. but as bob dillon wrote, the times are changing. yesterday he jo joe flacco lit e scoreboard. in the end, they didn't do enough. first quarter, no score. phillip rivers find darren sprowlz out at the left field.
he has nothing but green grass in front of him. he takes it 81 yards for the touch down, chargers strike first. they lead at 7-0. but the ravens respond on second and goal. willis mcgahee, goes up and the end zone. 5-yard touch down, run, game tied at 7. second quarter, ravens trail at second quarter. a catch near the side line. rice picks up 50 yards in the first down. that is an nfl play. later in the drive. mcgahee gets to carry again. again, he catches in, this time the 3-yard touch down. the ravens have the lead at 13-7. flacco takes the hand off, fakes the green screen and finds a wide open. the 27-yard score, flushing gets the first touch down in the raven uniform and you know he has got to do some dancing for
that. the ravens took a 21-16 lead. rivers under for ray lewis puts it out in a flap. laterals to ed reid picks up 9 extra yards. the ravens force to take over puts the offense in great scoring condition. in the ensuing drive for baltimore. flacco out of the shotgun, steps up, finds todd heap, lunges along the goal line for the yard touch down. san diego answers, 3rd and 18, rivers goes down in the deep middle of the field into triple coverage. somewhat johnson comes down with it. chargers trail, 28-23. chargers down, and rivers has the pass, tip in the air by dominique, fox worth. and the ravens led 31-26. next san diego, possession on first down, rivers going deep
for jackson, and again, he beats the big play. rivers an amazing 436-yard passing on the day. 37 seconds left. 4-2, san diego, ravens 15. hand off the sprawl, ray lewis, stopped him for the big loss. the face for the franchise seals the win over the chargers as the ravens start the season as 2-he 0. >> they got off to a quick start. we came right back and answered and then it was kind of back and forth all game long. but, you know, we're able to play the field position game and have a few big drivers that i think determined outcome. >> we did the things that we wanted to do. we will put points on the board but we came away with some points and the defense stopped them when they needed to. you know we came up with 3. joe flacco completed 17 of
the 26 passes. and including two touchdowns. ray lewis had the two tackles. phillip rivers as we mentioned 422 yards, two touchdowns, and the ravens begin divisional play this coming sunday when they host the browns at m&t stadium. that is your morning sports. i'm brewin bruce cunningham. we want to he remind you that we are looking for you ravens fans to send us photos showing off your purple pride. send us the photos or video to you are watching fox 45 morning news, all local alfoxbaltimore.. is she or is she not? the on and off again
we start this morning with a school colossian to tel closingu about. baltimore national academy is closed today because of electrical problems. the staff is to report to the wall brook auditorium. tony pagnotti is here with a look at the forecast and hopefully everything is as nice as yesterday. everything about yesterday was nice when you throw in the ravens win. >> you said scoo school closing, could it be already snow. >> don't say that.
>> that's the problem with fall. don't mind fall temperatures but when you say, winter is right behind it. >> you got that right. tomorrow we got fall time coming in, so we won't see warmer temperatures. our radar shows a clear scan. no problems whatsoever. partly cloudy skies, wbi and --i and thurgood marshal, we will see temperatures soar to mid-70s by lunchtime. 75 by lunch end. bus top, 57 degrees, and nice and comfortable. you won't need any sweaters later on today. let's see if the roadways are moving along nicely this monday morning with our traffic edge report. here is lauren cooke. >> reporter: thank you very much, tony. we are dealing with the effects of the massive watermain break
that happened on friday at dundalk. the road completely destroyed. tons of homes left with significant flooding. the traffic is starting to pick up. you may want to be aware that the majority of roaneing highway is shutdown. you will want to stick with the 695 ramp to roaneing highway. now as we make our way to the jfx you do want to be aware of the congestion starting to build from 695 down to east fayette street. you're looking at an 11-minute drive and be ready for the crowd traveling on the southwest side of the beltway. from 70 all the way to 95, you're look thin looking at a 6e drive, patrice, back to you. 7:42 on fox 45 morning news. work continues in dundalk this morning to clean up and recover from the massive watermain break on friday afternoon. while most people do have their
power back on, many are still wondering when they will be able to get their lives back in order. joel d smith is live in dundalk with the latest. good morning, joel. >> reporter: good morning, patrice, the first step in getting their lives back cleaning up. cleaning crews are here. that is what they're doing. this is something they call the desaster clean up center. this is what they're having to deal with. a lot of backyards still have not cleaned up what got damaged the most. rugs have been torn up, t.v.s all over the place and the dumpsterses are full in this neighborhood. we're here on court way. it happened on friday afternoon, and some of the people here haven't recovered. it's been a rough three days for them. looking back at what things look like, three days ago. people are shocked when they think that the streets turned into streams and rivers after the 6-foot main broke on friday afternoon. thousands of gallons of water out in the air, into the streets and eventually into the homes. the only ways to get around was to try to save what you could.
about 100 homes were flooded, badly, even more damage. the weekend was not for rest. of course, it was for cleaning up instead. the red cross helped out a lot in that serving thousands of meals and helping out with cleanup supplies. power was reto most o -- restoro most of the homes, but we hear only a there's only a handful left yet because the electric not being turned on because of the damage to be fixed. many of knees in the neighbor are doubtful -- of neighbors are doubtful on how fast they could recover. >> it could be months. >> reporter: a large portion of the highway is shutdown as crews begin the process of repairing it. they will have to use the dundalk marine a turn off, to get there, they will have to use interstate 95 to get off to keith avenue. people are thinking how long it
will take? the road could take 3-4 weeks to open up again. around here, much longer. i talked to a guy who fell down in the mud when he was trying to get back to their home. people are frustrated. they want to know where their public officials are. they were not out here walking the streets on the weekend. they want more answers. the question is how fast will they be able to clean up once the answers come in. we're live in dundalk, joel d smith, fox 45 morning news. for homeowners who want to get to work on their damaged homes, the question is who is going to pay for it? some families are learning that their insurance policies do not cover the damage. most homeowners don't have insurance and most the policies do not cover flood damage. should baltimore city help to pay for water damage from the watermain break? that is the question of the day.
send us a tweet at foxbaltimore.com. or call us at (410)481-4545. as families wade through the water damage. police are hoping to take care of the situation. i know, it seems like they have been through enough. at one point about 100 families were dealing with flooded basements as joel was telling you there. many people were without power. this morning the lights are back on. it's becoming clear that the clean up could get dirty. private contractors have turned up in the damaged area claiming they were sent by the county. they are apparently convincing homeowners to sign contracts with them to repair their home. >> baltimore county has not sent any private contractors in telling -- that can tell you that we said, you should sign a contract to have the work done. be aware of that? >> there are public crews
available to assist homeowners with repairs, but many people are quickly learning that the insurance policy doesn't cover this kind of damage. who should pay? some are hoping the county and the city should pay and come up with the funding. of course, that hasn't happened yet. we want you to send us the images of watermain break. one viewer sent us the video from dundalk. you can see the force of the water gushing from that break. if you have photos or videos of the watermain break send them to us at foxbaltimore.co pics at f. zena peer droppe apiere wast of the mayoral race. the central committee said she did not formally withdraw her
name and she will be moving forward. three terrorism suspects including one with connection to quaid will be in federal cord today. he has admitted receiving weapons training from al-qaeda. he and his father were arrestedn saturday for making false statements to the government. the fbi found instructions for making weapons on the laptop computer. president barack obama will make his first speech ever to the united nations this week. he will address the us national assembly on wednesday. the president will host a three-way meeting with isreali and palestinian leaders on wednesday before heading to the g8 summit. mad men won for outstanding drama, again. 30 rock won best comedy for a 3rd year in a row and again
alelectrialec baldwin won for lr in a comedy series. >> we have been lucky critically with the show. i would get up here and say, tina, tina, that is no less true. it's pleasure to work with tina and the cast. we have the greatest cast and crew and writers. it's the greatest job i will ever have. >> american idol won several awards for behind the scene a work. and terry jones won her best support for her work on 24. up next how long can we expect our beautiful weather to last. next we will get the latest on the morning commute. we will check on the local roadways.
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quarter play at the end. >> oh, man that is amazing. the a o's don't mean nothing. the ravens return home this sunday to take on the cleveland browns. that play is worth seeing over and over again. meteorologist tony pagnotti agrees. he is here with the week forecast. beautiful game. >> beautiful weather? san diegin sandiego and beautifr here. we will call it partly cloudy, the dew point feeling good this morning at 55. taking a look at the hd radar, we're clear on our scan, but just look out to the west and south. that is where the shower activity is and that is where the next weather maker will be coming from in the next few days.
enjoy today, up 62, warm up, uptown, 59 as we said at bwi, 46 at fredricks berg. yes, tomorrow, set your clock. we will celebrate the ought auty autumnalling equinox. can you believe it. here is the boundary that is going to bring us shower activities. warmer temperatures as we usher in fall. here we the clouds and radar and future scan. we will see clouds thickening up later this afternoon and through tonight. it looks like a few sprinkles, we won't show you showers coming in until probably late tomorrow, midday, maybe a little bit of activity. here you can see tomorrow morning, a few sprinkles to start the drive time. here is what we got going for you. 78 degrees on the eastern shore today, partly cloudy skies with a few friendly clouds out there. ditto with the frontal boundary
pushing through. the clouds thicken, but a warm wedge of air comes in tomorrow through thursday, as we have first week of fall. it looks like we will be seeing warm temperatures during the fall. 75 degrees here in central maryland, 73 out in western maryland with some scattered showers and then here we go, fall time arrives kind of on the damp side but 84 degrees on friday and it looks like mighty nice weather for the weekend. fox 45 sky watch weather is at your finger tips. iradar is available at foxbaltimore.com. you can use fox 45 powerful doppler radar to track the incoming storms. the interactive tools will let you see when rain or snow will be over your house. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on iradar. i think it's time for the track edge report and lauren cooke. >> reporter: thank you, tony. we do have delays if dundalk. fortunately the average speeds are hanging in there. taking a look at the northeast corridor of 95.
60 at 83 at baltimore county. 53 and traveling on the jfx. as we make our way west it picks up to 50 on the south idea of 95 at how -- side of howard county. the majority of roaneing highway is going to be shutdown. that watermain left complete damage. it's completely destroyed. roadways, the homes are flooded but cars are scooting by at this time. if you're trying to access the local roads, you want to stick with the 695 ramp to roaneing highway, and for the trucks trying to access the marine terminal you want to use 695 to keith avenue. all is clear at the tunnels but the for in fort mchenry and the harbor tunnel. it's going to be a heavy but steady ride from parkville to towson to the 83. the main problem is going to be the west side of the beltway.
as we take a live look at liberty road, you can see the outer loop lanes is jam packed at this moment. that's a look at morning travels, for customized traffic reports, log on to foxbaltimore.com and click on traffic edge. let's send it back to you, patrice. you have seen the pictures. now you get a chance to weigh in on this morning's biggest stories. the watermain break that flooded parts of dundalk. our question of the day, should baltimore city, and baltimore county help to pay for damage from the watermain break? the phone lines are open now at (410)481-4545. you can also send us a tweet at fox baltimore.com. 7:46 is the time. you are watching fox 45 morning news, all local all morning.
hundreds of homes flooded after a what massive watermain break in dundalk on friday. homeowners are learning that their insurance might not cover all of the damage. most policies don't cover ground water. investigators say that the break might have been caused by a faulty pipeline. that leads us to our question of the day. should baltimore city and baltimore county help to pay for damage of the watermain break? the phone lines are open at (410)481-4545 and you can send us a tweet at baltimore.com. what do you think about everything that has happened? >> i think they should be responsible because we pay our water bills is we pay taxes and we expect that the department of public works would maintain the
system. it's not like the homeowners can pay somebody to go out and check things and fix things. >> i have a feeling a lot of people that are floating down the street and cleaning probably would agree with you. carrie, thank you for your call. >> let's check on the twitter page. >> of course, they should. asking people to pay for an electrician to inspect before power is restored is insane. another one, says, of course the city and county should pay for it, who else is going to pay for it? mickey mouse. >> you can can sense the frustration that people have about the situation here. >> good morning, kelly. >> who is supposed to be responsible for paying for this? >> yes, i think there is. there should be a certain time of year that they should check the pipes. they know the pipes are old. i think with they letting them out, people who don't have insurance, even if they pay 90% of it, they should help them out
in some kind of way. >> the city and the kaine may cy say it's part of the aging infrastructure. it coming that happens when you have pipes down in the ground for a long time? >> that's what i'm saying. it's been a amount of years that they fixed the pipes. they should know that it's going to corrode at sometime. >> they should be more proactive. >> aaron, what do you think about what is happening. >> absolutely. they should pay for it. the way economy is right now. how could they even ask us to pay for something that is not their fault. >> their response may be the way economy is, how can you expect that we're going to pay for it as well. >> that brings more stress to the resident area. and it shoul shouldn't be that . the city should pay for it,
absolutely. >> isn't it amazing to look at the video of the water pouring in. these people had no idea when they got up on friday morning, that this is how their day would end. thank you very much. let's go to tammy in severna. good morning, tammy. >> hi, good morning. >> what do you think? who should have to pay? should the county and the city be involved in helping these people get straightened out? >> he yeah, i think they should. >> you are one in a long peoplef people. >> because there's a lot of watermain breaks that are going to break. i did just research on that taking a water class. this that is happening right now, is going to happen a lot more. >> thank you for your calls this morning. if you didn't get the chance to express your opinion, don't worry, because you can always leave your comments on our question of the day by going to foxbaltimore.com. jobs are tight, but they are
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market is very bad. >> reporter: renee bush is looking, too. >> you have a lot of people out there, so you have to have skills. >> reporter: that is why these women are getting microsoft ic3 certified. it's one of the free services offered at baltimore's one job stop center. >> they're not alone. in last year's across the state, 400,000 people have come to the job center like this one. >> reporter: maryland's unemployment rate hit a 7.2%. >> if you compare that to the national numbers which is well above 9%, we're holding our ow. >> reporter: government jobs and those involving security are the most in demand right now. >> there's a million job openings in this area in this region. >> reporter: 1 million jobs, so why can't that number and these people come together? >> that is where the skills mismatch come to the play. >> reporter: many of these
position require specifically high-tech skills to work in places like the world of national security. those are everything from communication expert to analyst, linguistic analysts and so forth. >> reporter: carolyn keeps analyzing her bank account, and even though time is running short, she is hopeful of her new skills will help. >> i hope that i will have a job by then. >> reporter: joel d smith, fox 45 morning news. fox 45 is hosting the ultimate job fair. it's the fox 45 job fair booth camp. -- boot camp. it will be the best place for employees and employers to meet. the job fair boot camp will be 11 to 4 october 14th at the fairgrounds at timonium. for more information and to register go to foxbaltimore.com. there's a lot of talk about the emmy awards this morning. coming up in our 8 hour, which
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night's emmy awards. and how to get the hottest jewelry without breaking the bank. welcome back to fox 45 morning news on this monday morning, september 21st. we're starting with a school closing this morning. baltimore international academy is closed because of electrical problems. staff, you have to report to wall brooke high school auditorium. good morning, i'm patrice harris. good morning, i'm megan gilliland. fortunately, it wasn't a as though delay we are dealing with. we will check in meteorologist tony pagnotti to see what kind of weather we are dealing with? >> we have to get to winter and snow, and all of that. right now we have a clear scan on the hd radar, nothing to show you. that's always a good thing,
whether it's liquid or frozen precipitation, 53 degrees, there's the rain to the west will be getting in here probably as early as tomorrow morning. sprinkles and then moderate showers scattered variety. enjoy today. we're going to squeeze a little sunshine with clouds, 75 degrees for the daytime high. on the bus stop, 57 degrees, a comfortable day to start it out to get to school, kids. here we go, it's going to crank up the traffic edge report and check in with lauren cooke. >> reporter: thank you, ton hey. we're dealing with delays in dundalk all due to the massive water break. the remaining of roaneing highway is going to be shutdown. you want to stick with the 695 off-ramp. and you want to use 95 and get off at keith avenue. we are dealing with a lost
congestion. you're looking at an 11-minute trip. the west side of the beltway is going to be stacked and packed. if you are traveling from. jfx to 70, you're looking at a 12-minute trip. from 70 to 95, you're looking at a lengthy 9 minutes. that's a look at the travels, let's send it back to you, patrice, and megan. lauren, thank you. the water is done but its effects will last for week if not longer that than. the dundalk watermain break sent hundreds of gallons of water and people scrambling to save what they could. work on the watermain continues this morning at dundalk and that is where joel d smith is live this morning. >> reporter: we're in recovery mode here. for some it's not looking that well. a lot of backyards are looking like this as folks are waiting with insurance companies to see what to do next. one of the folks, donald, how has it been this morning.
>> reporter: it's been a rough time. we're trying to deal with it. >> reporter: when it comes to the insurance companies, i don't want you to name names here, but what has been the biggest trouble. >> the insurance companies are coming out and assessing some of the damage and stuff. you can see that they're trying to side step. they're trying to limit their liabilities and it's just treating a lot of people that is really going through this hardship. it's being tough on them, because they're not doing what they're supposed to do and that is the biggest, the biggest problem that a lost us are having here. >> reporter: why do you think you should be covered with this. we hear that ground water is not covered when it comes to a situation like this? >> it's not a natural, it's not something that has come from a natural occurrence. that was the reason why, you know, we were assured by the maryland insurance commission and stuff that they wasn't going to tolerate this stuff, but we're having a lot of difficulty now. we're hoping that he will step in along with the local
politians and be able to help us and get what we need to get. >> reporter: thank you for sharing the story with us. the difficulty these folks have is they want to start cleaning up, but they can't do it until the insurance company says they're going to cover it, until then they're stuck in a quandary here. the people are down here in the dundalk area. for those homeowners who want to clean up the damage that is done to their home, the question is who is going to pay for it som. some folks are learning that the insurance policies don't cover ground water damage. state insurance commission is vowing to help those who are struggling with their claims. the watermain break in dundalk brings to light a larger problem to the aging infr infra infrast. there could be a problem in with the piping material.
the baltimore water department says the break was probably caused by defective material in the pipes. it was installed in the early 70s and has failed in several places around the state this year. >> this type of pipe, this type of material continues to fail. the same issue at hail store, they had the same pipe around the same age. >> now the public works department says they will be keeping a close eye on these aging pipes. you can send us images of friday's watermain break. we were sent in this video from dundalk. you can see the force of the water gushing from the break. if you have feet owe photos or p load them to pics at foxbaltimore.com/your take. president obama goes on a immediate why blitz to push his agenda. >> reporter: good morning, here is the latest we're following from washington today.
president obama took advantage of his five television interviews on sunday to discuss healthcare reform plans and to make clear he had turned the page on the foreign policy of george w. bush's admnistration. he inherited an unspoke and failing plan in afganistan and missile defense and is now taking a fresh approach. he defended the justice department decision to investigate tactics used by cia agents inspite of the letter sent to him by 7cia directors calling for an end to the probe. he added no one is above the law. through the government they spent $4 billion a week. and for the first two weeks of september, it's back down to less than $4 billion. in a rush to meet president obama's goal of using $225 billion of stimulus money in the first 200 days. critics say the money is being spent on a roller coaster pace.
the white house says they're meeting the goals and said while it varies from week to week, the progress is steady and the program is ahead of schedule. they're angry they have time on their hands and many of them are newly making their voices heard as the healthcare reform heated up this summer. older americans have taken to the front lines writing letters and attending town halls and the majority are opposed to the congress' health reform program. while seniors voters were equally split in the presidential election. more are shifting toward the republican party in recent months. seniors who usually have more free time on their hands than their children and grandchildren tend to vote in full force in mid-term elections which could pose a program for president obama in the next election. read those stories by clicking on washington times. still ahead, gentlemen start
its 5th annual italian car show in harbor east. jody trimble joins us this morning from harbor east in the hometown hot spot. good morning, jody. it's beautiful here at harbor east. >> yes, and we're taking a look at beautiful cars beside you. tell us about them? >> these cars and a lot more like them will be out here on sunday, september 27th for a show to benefit the children's guild in over 750 children that they serve in the foster care program, the school to work programs, serving kids from baltimore, washington and the region. the event is free to the public. we hope you all can come out here and enjoy the entertainment and the beautiful cars. >> how many cars will we be seeing? >> right now we're at about 100. that's about all the streets we can hold at harbor east. the event is free to the public, but we have a couple of vip important people passes left,
you can go to www.vivaitalian.org for the event. >> we are raffleing off. >> we're raffleing a 2003yaris. the yaris is hoping to bring us a lot of money. >> it looks like a lot of fun, lori. >> concord of elegance is at harbor east. for more information log on to foxbaltimore.com/morning. italian cars look mighty fine. 61 degrees at bwi and 61 degrees at the inner harbor. it looks like the clouds are going to stay with us with peeks of sunshine throughout the day,
maybe not as bright as yesterday, still not too shabby all things considered when we look to the west. we do have showers and that shower activity won't get through here until midnight tonight. then we will see the showers pushing on through as we get to the daytime tomorrow. temperatures will be saying? the 60s throughout the day and then we will be seeing another start to fall, maybe a little cloud cover tomorrow before the showers arrive. 5-18 is the ough autumnally kwa, this is the rain that we're talking about. it's starting to get back together and that is when we think the clouds will start to push on through. we will put the future scan in motion, clouds thickening throughout the day. we will get morning sunshine and as you can see through tomorrow expeefer night, that iand overne have the shot of rain delivering a little bit of rain here and there. there's rain tomorrow morning as we start the part -- part of
fall, but again not until tomorrow afternoon at 5:18. 78 degrees along the eastern shore today. partly sunny skies and then right here in central maryland, watch this front start pushing through. this is the warm front that is going to deliver warm air as we start fall. the frontal boundary comes on through. that is when we see the scattered showers starting tomorrow and probably into wednesday before all is said and done. the forecast today in central maryland, 75 degrees, partly sunny skies. it looks like the rain will start arriving in western maryland later on this afternoon and 73 degrees. here is that 7 day forecast as we usher out summertime. we got 75 and then how about, wednesday? the first full day of fall 78 degrees and a warm up. we will be about 7 to 8 degrees warmer than we should be for fall. the weekend -- timing is everything is looking good. fox 45 sky watch weather is at your finger tips. the iradar is available at foxbaltimore.com.
you can use fox 45's powerful doppler radar to track the incoming storms. the interactive tools let you see exactly when rain or snow will be over your house. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on iradar. well, let's see how the monday morning commute is moving along. here with the traffic edge report is cooke. >> reporter: thank you, tony. the monday morning commute is going to be a little hectic. we have a few accidents working, but our average speeds are not looking too bad. we are looking at 63 miles per hour on the northeast corridor. we're down to 53 at traveling on the jfx. 41 if you're traveling the south side of 95 at howard county and a very, very low 30 miles per hour on the west side of the beltway. that is all due to a serious accident on the eastbound lanes of 70, right at 695 that you want to watch out for. do expect congestion as we make our way to the west side of the beltway taking a live look at liberty road. outer loop lanes are stacked and packed this morning.
unfortunately that will continue as we make our way down to wilkens avenue, the southwestern portion of the beltway is experiencing a lot of volume at this time as well. as for the tunnels, all is clear, the fort mchenry and the harbor tunnel, allow yourself six minutes to get through the tube. we're dealing with the serious watermain break. the majority of the roaneing highway is going to be shutdown. take a look at the damage. if you're trying to access the local roads, you want to stick with the 695 ramp to the roaneing highway. for the trucks trying to get to the marine terminal, you do want to stick with 695 at keith avenue. that's a look at morning travels, for customize the traffic reports for 24-7 log on to our website at foxbaltimore.com and click on traffic edge. let's send it back to you, patrice and megan. of the t.v.'s biggest stars are waking up winners this morning. >> the emmy goes to "mad man."
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considered anemae. >> is everybody dressed up that watches those cartoons. >> not everybody, not even the majority, just kind of a significant minority goes to conventions and dresses up. >> okay. and what happens at these conventions? as the these conventions you got screenings of videos. we got stuff from animation panels to fans workshop, other costly events. we got guests. >> it's all talking about those cartoons? >> yeah, generally speaking, but we have also got an all davidio game room for everybody who wants to come in and play a view games and go their merry way. >> what is about these cartoons that makes people dress up. you don't see tom and jerry conventions? >> hum, that is really hard to explain. you know, it's very kind of the
nerd culture, similar to how you would have a sta star trek convention or star wars convention. >> miss ker aimassmassacrmascert that? >> they present a skit having to do with the character or the show or other aspects of the culture. they're judged on the performance and on the quality of their costumes. >> not only do you have to get dressed up, you have to become the person. >> right. you got to get in character and you got to strut your stuff out on the stage. >> it sundays like fun. a lot of people are going to be strutting this week. >> how many people come to this convention. >> it's a free convention, but we had a preregistration, so we would get a general idea of how
scared the staff would get. as of this morning, we have 418 people registered. >> that sounds like you ought to be scared. >> that is more people than we had last year. >> it sounds awesome. have fun this weekend. tiger con 2009 is at towson university saturday from 9:00 a.m. until midnight. for more information willing on t-- log on to our website at foxbaltimore.com. still to come, there ain't no mountain high enough. >> still thrilled that my body was responding enough to attempt a two-week climb. ne system
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the 61st emmy award saw winners but made some numbers. some stars in los angeles are waking up with new home decore this morning, paul, good morning to you. >> i don't know about all the stars are waking up by the way, making a lot of them probably haven't gotten to sleep here in hollywood. anyway, you were hitting the nail on the head. there were new customer comers s seemed like a long rerun. the theme seemed to be go back jack, do it again. madman wins for outstanding drama again. 30 rock wins again, 3rd a year in a row for academy. "30 rock's alec alec baldwin. and john crier won supporting
actor for the comedy. "2 1/2 men. >> how many emmys do you people need. >> reporter: also, newtony coellete took an emmy i'm now unemployed so i like madman [ laughter ] >> i also like the office and 24. >> reporter: from 24, another new comer. dramatic supporting actress went to sherri. they captured reality series and was the amazing series. >> upset at every turn. and another show won 7 times in a row in the variety category. fun it up here in the news media and politics, the answer is the
daily show with the john stewart. >> i like that one. how about surprises? what do you think the biggest shocker might have been? >> i think the biggest shocker might have come when they threw this thing altogether. they ignored tony and entourage which some people don't like too much and other people adore here in hollywood was slided by the whole thing. they might need some pivot or true blood to spice up the show next year. >> how about ratings, a lot of people watching the emmys this year? n no, no, the overnight aren't in. last year it was kind of disastrous because they had the lowest show ever, with the fragmentation of television and less people watching the networks and cable all over the place. they need to galvanize all of the viewers and get them watching. they need to have the popular shows involved in the de teleca,
because they vet into the narrow shows, and a lot of people haven't seen a lot of them but they're handing out the emmy statutes. thanks, a lot, get some sleep. they're still celebrating the ravens win out here in california. >> and we're celebrating here, too, thanks, paul. still ahead, ain't no mountain high enough. >> thrilled that my body was still responding high enough that i could even attempt a 2 month climb. how one woman did not let multiple sclerosis come between her and mount everest. later fall fashions. we show you how to get this
they still have to go, but some kids get to sleep in today. >> to sleep in, but with a day like today, you don't want to miss it. >> we are going to enjoy the last day of summertime and a little bit of a change, but still going to stay warm. you won't be feeling very fall like when you see what we have in store for you. let's check the hd radar right now. our scan shows that we're clear, no rain or precip, but if you look we will be seeing shower activity in the not too distant future. bwi airport, partly cloudy skies, there's the rain i alluded too. we have a wedding in the rings as we precede fall tomorrow night. there could be clouds and showers. today forget about it. we will keep the sunshine maybe not as bright as yesterday, but still up to 75 degrees. the last call for the bus stop, a pleasant start and nice finish to this monday.
let's hope we can say the same for the traffickenedge report ad here is lauren cooke. thank you, tony. we're still dealing with the effects of the massive watermain break at dundalk. it's left significant damage. take a look at the roads, they're significant destroyed. the majority of roaneing highway will be accessible. for the trucks heading to the terminal, you will want to use 695 and get off the keith exit. we're dealing with congestion at the jfx, you're looking at an 11-minute trip. we have a serious accident reported on the lanes of that is leading to the significant delays. from the jfx you're looking at 12 minutes. that's a look at your morning travels. let's send it back to you, patrice and megan.
here are the stories we're following this morning. it looks like baltimore's 1 plus 1 trash pickup can is giving recycling a boost. baltimore officials say that city trucks are picking up 53% more recyclable and increased recycling pickup. they have 636 tons of recyclables, every two weeks before. now they pick up 979 tons of recyclables. >> reporter: this is how high the water got, about 3-4 feet high up to the waist of most people. waste is what is left in the backyard as folks try to clean up after this, what they're calling a desaster. as they are still haggling with insurance companies trying to determine what is going to happen next.
they're still trying to clean up their yards. just about every yard looks this way while the highway where this happened could be fixed within 2-4 weeks. it will be longer until these people feel they're back to normal at all. president obama will make his first speech ever to the united nations this week. the president will also host a 3-way meeting with israeli and palestinian leaders in new york fork before heading to pittsburgh on thursday for the g20 summit. climbing mown everest is a feat all of its own. imagine doing it when you have a did he bildebilitating disease. one woman did that. >> reporter: you're looking at pictures from laurie schneider eas's photo album. pictures of a woman who has climbed 7 su 7 summit, and the t
recent may. >> i was thrilled that i could be there and my body responding enough that i could even attempt a 2 month climb. >> reporter: lori is still battling multiple sclerosis, symptoms vary and the disease can take away muscle use. there's no cure. lori was diagnosed 10 years ago. >> i woke up and my leg was numb and my arm was numb and the hole side of mo my body was totally numb. i pa panicked. >> reporter: her diagnosis had an impact on her. she didn't tell anybody she had ms until after a year. >> if you believe in yourself and are willing to try, you can achieve amazing peaks. >> reporter: you take one step to breathe and take another step. living with ms can be similar.
lori deals with flare-ups from time to time and knows everyone with ms is not in condition to climb a mountain. >> yes, he we can all climb mountains. i may not be table too, some day, either. don't give up on your dreams. >> reporter: while she is taking a break from climbing physical mountains, lori schneider is taking on multiple sclerosis one step at a time. >> i think it's the things this life that you scare you that help you to grow. >> wow that, is amazing. we are talking about the fact that it takes two months to do that even for an abled body to do that. >> and dangerous for her, too. if you are climbing that and something would happen. what a feat she had there. >> good inspiration for all of us? >> still ahead to splurge or not to splurge. we will have the hottest jewelry trends at any price point. this fox has an obsession
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>>when you think of fall food, you might picture a big thanksgiving dinner with all of the trimmings. there's other tasty fall foods that are lower in calories. apples do keep the doctor away. they're an excellent source of the antioxidant vitamin c and what fall plate could be complete without squash. one plate of squash has 90 calories with 7 grams of fiber. other fall vegetables include broccoli and call ow call flor. it may lower risk of heart disease. also eating seasonal foods
from the local farmer's market can reduce greenhouse gases. they are grown locally and don't have to be truenes trueness trag distances. >> i'm jill cortis,. to learn more about brighter living, go to foxbaltimore.com. i thought that looked good. >> the vegetables are looking good to you, huh? >> let's see if the weather is going to be looking good to you? meteorologist tony pagnotti will be here with the forecast. we won't be as hot as we were yesterday, not all of the sunshine but not too shabby. mostly cloudy skies, the dew point is comfortable as well with the humidity. we're going to start seeing the humidity pumping in tomorrow along with warmer temperatures. while we do have some change on the. >> reporter:thehorizon. you on to the west that is a different story. that is the next weather maker
that gets in here overnight into tomorrow. current temperatures we got 61 down at d.c., 59, cool, still in oakland. speaking of cool, oh, yeah, the oughautumnally equinox will ushn the first day of fall as we say goodbye to summertime. the shower activity, the rain comes in, not big downpours by any means t wil. it will be on again, and off again sprinkles. 78 degrees, though today, we will call it a mix of clouds ask sunshine a -- and sunshine along the eastern shore. taking a look at the map, we will show you why we have the frontal boundary. a warm front is going to start pushing that air in our direction as early as tomorrow. the warm wedged of air comes in. this frontal boundary pushes through. that is where the rain is. it's not going to be a big rain maker, but it will keep us cloudy through the next several
days. the warp stays with us. we will be seeing temperatures actually going above normal. taking a look out at the western part of the state, first let's go central 75 degrees here in maryland. the showers get in western maryland out in oakland way around late this afternoon, 73 for the daytime high. here is that seven-day forecast. tomorrow overcast but notice the warm temperatures. we will get up to 84 degrees on friday. we should be at 77 to usher in the first day of fall, but it looks like a good weekend straight ahead. you know, fox 45 sky watch weather is at your finger tips. iradar is at available at fox baltimore.com. you can use fox 45 powerful doppler radar to track the incoming storms. the interactive tools will let you see when the rain or snow will be over your house. go to foxbaltimore.com anding click on iradar. i think it's time for a last look at roadways with lauren cooke. >> reporter: thank you, tony.
we have a few accidents are working and unfortunately that will be evident in the average speed. 58 on 83 in baltimore county. a slow 33 at the jfx. 64 on the south side of 95 in howard county, but the real trouble is going to be on the west side of the beltway. we're looking th at a slow 12 ms per hour. we do have double trouble at wood lawn. do expect delays from howard county. you want to use route 40 as an alternate. we have a crash reported on security boulevard at colonial boulevard that you want to watch out for. as we take a live look at libertlibberroad, youliberty roe delays and that will continue to wilkens avenue. we're dealing with the cleanup and the massive watermain break in du dundalk still. as you take a look at dundalk, the roads are completely destroyed. the crews have been on the scene
there all morning. to access the local roads you want to use the 695 ramp to the local highway. you do want to use 95 and get off at keith avenue to get to the marine a. and log on to to the website, foxbaltimore.com and click on traffic edge. let's send it back to you, patrice and megan. thank you, lauren. the first big hit of the summer is now on dvd. x-men origins wolverine brought in more than $366 million worldwide. now you can figure out where wolf her 1wolverine got the clat bad attitude. you can win a copy of the dvd if you are the 4th or 5th caller at (410)481-4545. still to come a sly thief. this little fox has an obsession with golf balls. how one couple figured out who was stealing all of their
summer is over and you can start the new season in style from the runway to your belt ray. we have tips on how to rock designer jewelry and make them work for you for less. they are making amanda guisi available to talk with us. good morning, amanda. >> good morning, patrice, thank you for having us. >> no problem. anytime we can talk ga jewelry,e have it. are we talking big jewelry or smaller. >> four trends, one is
chandelier earrings, cuff bracelets and another epic rings, and new modern cocktail ring. we launch into it. chandelier earrings, what we on the runway is big teardrop shapes, a lot of gemstones. the real way is still a very, very big look. but sterling silver with a lot of open look egging keeping witg with the teardrop shape. we're introducing the circular that makes them lighter so they're easier to wear if you want to wear them for long periods of time. >> talk about the price range for that. can you get those types of styles in all different rages? i'm to so gla so glad you asked. all of these styles are in all different price points. these earrings are $69 and they're sterling silver with the
chords and some gold. we also have some 22-carat cold version here which is a couple of thousand dollars. it does range in price. so no matter what you have to spend, you can find it in this trend. >> let's talk about the necklaces? >> okay. we're looking at v shaped necklaces. on the runway they are big and bold and they cover the entire collar almost. they were so large in scale. a lot of big gemstones, a lot of precious metals. anything that comes to a v point. we have a couple of varieties so no matter what your fashion sense is, there's something to meet it. here is a fun and flirty for the fashionista. it's french and it's more sassy. next to it, is this great citrine an necklace. the color is perfect for fall. citrine is perfect. >> i love that one, amanda, that
one is great. we have 15 seconds left. show me some of the rings. >> we're talking about epic rings. look for sterling silver mixed with precious metals and mixed with gold. that's a great way to incorporate the look this season. one you see there is fun and free tomorrow which is similar to what we saw on the runway. for cuffs sterling silver look for things with texture. it's going to give a lot of dimension to the arm. you can wear one for the real way. >> amanda, thank you so much. we appreciate you talking with us this morning. patrice, thank you so much. have a great fall season. >> absolutely. you are out without makeup
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a colorado man's investigation into dozens of missing golf balls leads to him finding a very unlikely thief. dave delosier has more. >> it's a great community. >> reporter: and a town well known for one thing. but ask steamboat resident tom and he will tell you. >> my love is golf. >> reporter: which is not lost on his wife sally. >> tom is definitely a fanatic. he is obsessed with golf. >> reporter: so much so that rather than leave the game at the golf course, he built a green on his lawn. >> it's been his baby. >> reporter: every summer he would practice every night. he would leave his golf balls on the green until? >> we figured out, they're getting swiped. >> reporter: but by who? >> i scratched my head and thought my kids, they're bodies would take the balls or something like that. >> reporter: day after day.
>> dog gone it. >> reporter: and morning after morning. >> they started to come back, every morning the place would be cleaned up. >> reporter: until the numbers state started to add up. it was time to get to the bottom of this. one night they watched. >> i was just amazed. i was laughing so hard. >> reporter: the thief was the careless fox. >> we couldn't believe it, i mean, well, it's just snatch a few. >> reporter: which a few minutes later it turns to two. >> he has a mission he goes somewhere and returning quickly. >> there's nothing on the green in the morning. >> reporter: no gulf balls, but -- golf balls, but one big question, what does a fox do with so many golf balls. it turns out that he isn't the only one in love with golf. >> this little fox has an obsession with golf balls.
>> reporter: which is why tom may want to start keeping his club inside. >> he is a thief. [ laughter ] >> i like your idea, though, he is probably playing golf in his den. >> we are wondering what he is doing hitting them around. >> i think it's great that he wasn't trying to get not one ball. >> what would he be doing with them? >> playing golf. >> they need to follow him and see what is going on? >> we get a fox and friends report on that one. >> there you go, tony, [ laughter ] >> what do you say we take a look at the last full day of summertime. we have today 75. ditto tomorrow but we will be seeing cloud cover and scattered showers tomorrow. on the wednesday the better shot at showers, 50/50 chance but notice the temperatures, zooming up on by the time we get to friday and saturday. we should be at 77 and as we work our way to monday, temperatures moderating. yep, tomorrow 5:18. get ready for an ough autumnalll
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