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stories of the morning. this man... wearing an orange and black hat ... is the most wanted man in harford county. one camera.... after another tracks the suspect... walking into this glen burnie wal-mart. sources say he used 74-year old vi ripken's credit card to make a purchase there.the video was taken the night she was abducted.it's believed during the 24 hours ripken was missing... she was driven around central maryland periodically making stops in neighboring counties. 7:35:56 someone may have seen him that night seen the vehicle had contact with him we need to know that.20:25 human intelligence is the number one way of solving cases despite all the technology :29 :29police have followed up on more than áfiftyá tips so far. an emergency hearing will be held today... to consider whether to suspend rick curl's
u-s-a swimming coaching credent. credentials.this youtube video show curl talking about his swimmers in 2009.he owns the curl-burke swim club which has locations in maryland... virginia and d-c.today's hearing comes in the wake of allegations that he engaged in sex acts with a teen girl who swam at his club for four years in the late-1980s. he faces a possible lifetime ban from the sport. tragedy strikes in calvert county.a man... woman and 2 year old girl are dead... in an apparent murder-suicide. suicide.the gruesome scene unfolded in owings tuesday morn. morning.sheriff's deputies found the bodies of 32 year old frank hayward.. his wife cynthia and their young daughter inside this home after responding to a domestic disturbance call.deputies say when first they arrived... there was a fire in the home... and hayward had barricaded himself inside.one neighbor says the family was having trouble. iql i said hey your houseoq: going through a rough patch
patchthe couple's 12 year old son escaped with burns and cuts on his neck.. police shoot and kill a man inside a home in north baltimore.it happened at about 4-30 tuesday afternoon in this part of north weldon place. police were called for what they say was a family dispute...they say the officer fired as another officer struggled with the suspect .. who had a knife nearby. another sewing needle is found in an airplane meal. meal.this time... it happened during an air canada flight. the airline says it's "working closely" with the caterer... to make sure security measures are in place.meanwhile... the f-b-i is already investigating reports of needles found in 6 sandwiches on delta flights from amsterdam to the u-s two weeks ago. u-s customs agents seize áforty-fiveá snickers bars in a passenger's luggage.why? because they were filled with m. meth.agents made this stunning discovery in the 34-year-old man's luggage at the los
angeles international airport friday.as you can see... the methamphetamine was coated in a chocolate-like substance... and each bar was individually wrapped. the makers of snickers says they are very disappointed by the unfortunate use of one of their brands. 3 a tech savvy farm wants to turn it's harvest into a smartphone app. app. joel d. smith is live at the farm now in white hall, to see why the farmers are asking their customers to foot the 30 thousand dollar bill. good morning joel d. 3
bizarre run-in with a truck. by the looks of this picture... it looked like it was all over for this bald eagle.while swooping down to pick up some road kill... it crashed head on into a semi truck in wisconsin. wisconsin.thanks to the driver.. a vet was called in and the eagle was diagnosed with a concussion. he was then given to a rehabilitation center to recover... where the owner is still stunned the eagle survived. ((amazed, incredible is a better word for it, especially when you saw the pictures and the second picture had the head through the grill, and almost into the fan belt, and i'm thinking holy expletive. )) ))the eagle was released tuesday after about a month of . recovery.the driver says it caused about two thousand dollars in damages to his truck... but holds no hard feelings towards the animal. a u-f-o mystery unraveled. the navy spills the beans on
theatre in canton now through september 9th. for more information on toby's menu and show times log on to fox baltimore dot com slash morning. the beltway u-f-o unmasked. unmasked.this strange looking object is finally unveiled right here in maryland... what it really is... next. next. you're watching fox 45 good day baltimore.
putting a stop to the rumors... no, it wasn't a u-f-o cruising down i- two-seventy back in june. june. it's what they're calling an áx-forty-seven-b.á it's an experimental plane ... the latest in unmanned military aircraft.the navy unveiled it tuesday... and laughed off the u-f-o rumors. ((funk says: "(is this a ufo) no. we all got a laugh out of it, there was nothing real secretive about it but we didn't go out of our way to publicize it.")) it."))so it's not a u-f-o... but this 8-hundred million dollar plane is still pretty incredible. computers operate it completely... and if it loses contact with air traffic controllers... it goes right back to its base.
answering any questions you may have about your pet ... in the next half hour. hour.so if you have a question... send us a tweet at fox baltimore or post a comment on our facebook page a young girl with superhuman st. strength.((:32 lifted it up... and just kind of threw it. :36)) :36))a girl manages to move a
car... how she did it... and the incredible reason why she did it.... coming up. up. you're >> you get feeling more intimate with somebody, and so it is harder to draw away from them. >> that doesn't mean, eye i'll pursue god so i won't ever struggle with this stuff. >> the sexual attraction when you're dating and the temptation of having sex. there is pornography. >> how can we turn this situation around to show singles that sex is a
today women will no longer have to make co-pays for everything from wellness visits to contraception. contraception.tom rodgers joins us now to show us what eight preventive health benefits women can now get ... for free.tom? the new benefits are all part of obama's healthcare reform law.this morning mary ellen hopkins shows us what all ánewá health insurance plans must provide to women at no cost to them. them. the department of health and human services estimates 47 million women are in health plans that must offer the new benefits.it's a requirement of the health care reform law congress passed in 2010. the supreme court upheld most of the law in june.the secretary of health celebrated wednesday's milestone a day early.we're here to mark a new day for women's health in america. starting tomorrow, thanks to the new health care law, all insurance policies
will be required to cover new vital care that women need to stay healthy and they'll have to cover the care without charging women anything out of pocket.the benefits include contraceptives, breast-feeding supplies and screenings for sexually transmitted infections and counseling for domestic violence. they also include routine check-ups for breast and pelvic exams, pap tests and prenatal care.too often, we put our own health last. and that's especially true when it comes to preventive care. the regular checkups and screenings that are so important to staying health but can be too easy to put off.fourteen free preventative service benefits for women have already taken effect under the affordable care act -- including mammograms to screen for breast cancer in women over 40. i'm mary ellen hopkins reporting. before you make your doctor's appointments... remember the benefits are for ánewá health plans.women already in plans
with co-pays or deductibles for those services... won't get the free services until their plan's next renewal date. other plans that existed before the passage of health care reform may be exempt from offering benefits. you can call your employers to ask whether their plan falls in that category. if you're looking to book a flight anytime soon... you might be in luck. luck.according to "fare compare dot com" ticket prices are expected to drop between 10 and 20-percent later this month.experts say the demand for air travel this summer hasn't been as strong as expected... so carriers aren't increasing their prices.if you're looking to score the best deals... experts suggest you go online and buy your tickets between tuesday and thursday. a beneficial new tool... for twitter users.instead of just using the hashtag... you can now use a so-called "cashtag." users can follow stocks by putting a dollar sign in front of the stock's ticker symbol. then... you just click on stock symbols to see what the twitterverse is saying about
your favorite stocks. proving once again there's an app for everything.... a tech savvy farm wants to take its harvest to smartphones everywhere. but the farmers can only do it if their customers decide to help. help. joel d. smith is live in white hall to check on the progress of the crops and the donations coming in. good morning joel d. 3
3 a virginia man is alive... thanks to his daughter's courage... and strength. strength.lauren kornacki discovered her father crushed under a car saturday after it fell on top of him while he was working on it.the 22-year-old then did what most would consider unthinkable... she moved a car weighing a ton and a half off her father's body. she then started c- p-r... until his heart began beating again. (("seeing him move and breathing i literally just sat there and was watching his chest rise and that's when i lost it. i started crying. i just couldn't handle it." )) ))lauren's father has several broken ribs and other fractures... but is expected to make a full recovery.
a new list reveals our top consumer complaints. from autos to real estate... what scams and rip-offs we have fallen victim to in the past year... and how we can prevent it from happening again. again.plus... a cloudy start to the day... meteorologist steve fertig is back to tell us when it will move on out of here. you're watching fox 45 good day baltimore.
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afraid to speak up.the consumer federation of america and the north american consumer protection investigators looked at almost 290,000 of last year's complaints to 38 consumer agencies for a top ten list. they're the kinds of transactions that consumers either make every day, like problems with retail stores, or they're problems involving enough money that it's worth complaining. the most common category of cooplaint -- autos -- including lemons and faulty repairs.disputes over credit and debt came in second, followed by home improvement and construction, retail sales, and utilities. misrepresentation of services was sixth. a tie between internet sales and landlord tenant disputes in seventh, fraud, then real estate. and a tie to round out the top ten -- comppaints about household goods, and home solicitations. new concerns included complaints about bed bugs in apartments, penny auctions on
the internet, and gold-buying companies.to protect consumers from scams and rip-offs, the c-f-a offers a few tips... -- pay by credit card for added protections and don't pay in full upfront.-- get promises in writing-- and for help with financial problems like debt and mortgages. use legitimate, verified sources. some good news about all these complaints -- the survey says agencies recovered or saved almost 147 million dollars for consumers in 20-11. 3 one viewer has a dog afraid of the water... find out if there's any way to get them over that fear.. next. next.plus ... if you have a question for the veterinarian... call us right now at 410-481-45-45. you're watching fox 45 good day baltimore. ((break 7))
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