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. >> this is wjz baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood,
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now it's complete coverage, wjz, maryland's news station. hours left to strike a deal to keep the government open. the key decision today. >> don and jessica are off today. in 12 hours the government will close laying off tens of thousands of workers, some of them right here in maryland unless republicans and democrats come to an agreement. . >> it is time to pass a one year delay of obamacare.
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>> they are using funding bills to attack the president. >> instead of working with democrats, house opinions have passed two bills that have no chance of becoming law. >> they have removed language that weakens the law. >> unless one side blinks, it will be the first shut down in 17 years. >> workers would be forced off the job without paid. passports and visas will be delayed, parks will be closed. the military will stay on the
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job. wjz eyewitness news. the stock market took an immediate nose dive this morning. with this show down looming, moderate republicans are calling on conservatives to back down from the count down to the shut down at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. we have breaking news, two trains have collided head on. they ran into each other during rush hour when one was on the wrong track. you can see people getting into waiting ambulances. we will have more at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00.
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34-year-old austin francis jones was holding a woman hostage on erie street. she had a restraining order against him. he had a gun. one of them opened fire killing him. this is pending the outcome of an investigation. fire on the bay bridge at the highest point of the bridge last night, they believe construction material sparked the blaze. fire engines and boats put out the fire. no one was injured. fans of the purple birds are feeling the loss today. what are fans saying about the
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upset? we begin with mark to explain what went wrong here. >> reporter: well, leading up to the game in buffalo, the ravens spoke of getting their running game in gear. they planned on a running defense, and it was the worst in history. they ran the ball 9 times. they had problems with interceptions. joe flacco struggled. there were more to come. the bills converted it into a touchdown into the ravens defense. they hadn't allowed a touchdown in 2 straight games. they trailed by 13 at half. tory smith, 166 receiving
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yards. they were down by 3 with a minute to go with a tying fieldgoal and flacco's pass deflected. it is a tough loss on the field. 23-20. >> yeah, we have young guys, and we will get better and like i said a lot of that is just throwing balls to the wrong team. if we don't do that, this game would probably be different. >> they play the dolphins in miami. they will meet with the media today and answer questions after that tough loss in buffalo. now our coverage continues
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at cbs you said stop the belly aching. >> reporter: that's for sure. fans are hanging their heads. our fan cam question, what upset you the most about the loss to the bills? >> getting only 2, 3 in the second half. >> i was so upset. the receivers have to be able to catch the ball. >> were just the turn overs. the turn overs killed us. >> interceptions. but we can't blame it all on flacco either. >> interceptions. we can't have interceptions. >> turn overs. they just couldn't get it together. >> reporter: ravens, browns, and bengals are all 2 and 2.
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that's it from >> they hope to get their first road win. they take on the dolphins sunday live here on wjz. whether when it comes to the orioles, chris crush davis was the most valuable player. he made the most home runs, 53. he left in the 4th inning after spraining his wrist. ryan flaghertyy they tied for
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the division. here is a live look outside. clear, sunny. the air is very mild. we have the first weather coverage. chelschelsea is in the weather center. >> reporter: look at our current temperatures, typical for this time of year. 71 degrees. 70 in d.c. 66 in cumberland. if you look at the current satellite there are high clouds pushed into the region. we could see a little more of that as we head into the afternoon. nationally it is typical of what you would expect this time
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of year. we will go out back to tim on that. >> reporter: it is normal for us now, but high pressure is a funny thing. it is usually a attributed to cloud cover. we have a clockwise flow and the that will bring warmer air. warmer temperatures would go into october will be 10 degrees and plus above the normal high. we will be in the 80s starting tomorrow. we will have details coming up in a moment. thank you, tim, a long list of new laws go into effect
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tomorrow including making hand holding cell phones a primary offense. it could be a fine of $200. not having a seatbelt on in the back seat as well. there is a limit of hand gun rounds to 2. back on trial for murder. the answer coming up. live look outside we have unseasonably warm weather. chelsea is updating your first forecast.
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. >> it is partly cloudy and 71- degrees in central maryland. the forecast is coming up, but
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first a plane crashed in california. the twin-engine sesna went off the runway at the santa monica airport into a hangar and caught fire. it is not clear how many people were on board. the plane which departed from ohio blew a tire. amanda knox says she is afraid to return to italy after being wrongfully jailed and convicted of murder. an appeal reversed the guilty verdict, but a new appeal
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overturned her acquittal. pope francis is bipassing the 5-year waiting period after the process was in motion to canonize. pope john paul 23rd will be at the ceremony. a gorgeous monday afternoon. just what we expect on the last,
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. >> welcome back, we have 70s from baltimore, washington all the way out to the east and 60s and western maryland. we have low humidity. 66 degrees now in westminster. wind is all over the place. they will filter in warmer temperatures in the next couple of days. we have high pressure and dry air at the surface and a cold front starting to break down. we will see cloud cover throughout the day, but no rainfall. it will be dry not just today but the next several days.
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the surface map shows it will slip the next couple days and pull in tropical moisture. that will set the stage to enhance our situation for pretty significant rainfall for the latter part of the weekend. the spaghetti models show it is not coming near the homeland. here is what you can expect for today. highs 75. sunny to partly cloudy skies. 52 degrees, a little patchy fog. 80 degrees, partly sunny and warm. >> that is typical this time of year. >> no it is not. 72 is typical. >> i want to get that right.
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still to come, how sharks could be the key to beating breast cancer in our health watch report. here is what is on and the updated ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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. >> in today's wjz health watch, shark blood could block cancer cells from growing. 40,000 people are expected to die from the disease this year. you may be drinking more than the standard serving of wine. white wine drinkers put 9% more in their glass. and the larger glass, the one i like, put in 12% more. be sure to check in with eyewitness news at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. the latest on the fast- approaching government shut down. the reason behind one of the
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worst outbreaks of a deadly lung disease in history. join us for these stories and more after,,,,,,,,,,,,
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. >> looks like we have a 5-day forecast a lot of us will enjoy. >> keep your mind in
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perspective, 72 is the normal high and low. we have 80s. >> thank you for watching wjz, >> thank you for watching wjz, maryland's ,, 0 we do? i took the trash out. i know. and thank you so much for that. i think we should get a medicare supplement insurance plan. right now? [ male announcer ] whether you're new to medicare or not, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. it's up to you to pay the difference.
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