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it is 6 o'clock and there must be a bit of a breeze out there, which you will notice is it's another mild morning. you're going to see that there's rain on the way. sharon is watching the commute and marty is over at first warning weather. let's take a look at first warning doppler weather radar. note now shower activity has crept up from the south and moving through the delmarva. we're bookended with rain along the 95 corridor.
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that's ultimately going to change. a good slug of moisture out there. if the timing is correct this rain will be gone by the time we come home from school and work. right now 51 degrees. by lunch 62 on its way to high of 63. 52 this evening. here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. if your just about to head out o accidents. perryville, westbound 40 at jock at jack highway highway. one at harford in the city. still looking good on the top at side of the beltway. no delays on 95 southbound. that's a live look outside at the beltway at i-70. looking good. no problems on the topside. starting to get busier there at harford road. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. taking a tough stand on sexs in the military.
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now a naval academy graduate isg ing with congress to change the way the cases are handled. mike schuh is live with more on this. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, don. good morning, everyone. the problem according to critic social security self-interest that military commanders are reluctant to bring prosecution charges against someone accused of sexual assault because it makes their command look bad. that's why they say that military prosecutors should be making the call. >> she's a naval academy grad, an iraq war vet. ariana clay left the marines after she was gang raped fellow officers. >> when i reported it my command responded with retaliation. >> it happened in 2009 in washington dc where clay said the commander fostered a hostile environment. >> he decided in writing that calling officers sluts and whores was not harassment and any harassment was deserved because of who i wore or complained about it. >> she should have never had to learn lesson she did.
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>> they are pushing an amendment that would take the decision of prosecuting sexual assault cases out of the military chain of command. >> sexual assault in the military is not new. it has been allowed to fester in the shadows for far too long. >> department of defense officials say they have zero tolerance for sexual assault and at the naval academy in annapolis officials say that they've revamped sexual assault prevention and response programs. >> it's impossible to expect justice in the legal system run by commanders with no legal training. >> until that changes she said victims will fear coming forward. >> now the center is looking to build support for that bill. i'm mike schuh reporting live. baa back to you. >> thank you. military leaders said removing m their hands would undercut their ability to maintain good order and discipline. we're learning more about the double murder in upper fells
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point. two brothers, carl and curt borain were shot and killed in the 200 block of south wolf street. no arrests have been made. the second phase of the malpractice case against dr. midei has ended in a mistrial. here is kai jackson with the story. >> after four days of deliberations at the circuit court in baltimore county the jury in the civil trial involving dr. mark midei hit the roadblock. they couldn't reach a verdict on the damages and the judge declared a mistrial. there was tension in the jury room. >> the fore lady, the name calling, it wasn't good. >> in the first phase of the civil trial a jury found dr. mark midei, formally a cardiologist with st. joseph
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medical center, put unnecessary stints into glen weinberg's heart. >> when charges surfaced they found out midei put stints into own people who didn't need them. weinberg sued midei and st. joseph for $150 million. >> there were people there who wanted to give us all of the damages. there were people there who wanted to give us less than all of the damages. they just couldn't agree. >> the jury said the amount of the lawsuit was not the problem. >> actually, no, it wasn't the amount. it was the way that the verdict sheet was written. >> glen weinberg's attorneys said he hasn't decided whether he plans to sue again. i'm kai jackson reporting. back to you. >> thank you. it was in 2011 the board of physicians revoked midei's medical license. anne arundel county police are releasing more information about the man behind bars accused of a major marijuana growing operation. officers this week arrested agustus
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stone. he is the ex-husband of singer lil mo. police found 158 marijuana plants inside his home in pasadena. they believe he distributed marijuana out of this house for the past 2 to 3 months. today the local board of elections could determine the win over the annapolis mayor race. starting this morning 9:00 more than 300 absentee and provisional ballots will be counted. it's the last showing for blockbuster. they are closing their 300 remaining stores by next year. they enjoyed huge success in the 90s but struggle led with competition from netflix, red box and others. it was caught by the dish network after declaring bankruptcy in
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2010. blockbuster's mail service will be discontinued as well but they're streaming service will still be available. turning to sports, the nfl orders a special counsel to investigation the possible bullying case on the miami dolphins. player accused of making threats speaks. here is mark viviano. >> the nfl wants to know what drove a young player to leave the team after he was harassed by a teammate and whether the dolphins coaching staff was aware of the problem. >> miami dolphins players say richie incognito and jonathan martin were like best friends and brothers. they played side by side on the offensive line. >> did you have any sense anything was wrong? >> no. if you asked jonathan martin a e who his best friend was he would have said richie. >> details have emerged of voice mails and text messages
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from incognito to martin that caused martin to leave the team. incognito had little to say when asked questions by a miami tv station. >> i'm just trying to weather the storm right now. this will pass. >> the storm may worsen. new video posted by tmz shows ig incognito shirtless at a bar using profanity and the n word to refer to one of his teammates. >> the story has all nfl teams on alert recording possible hazing. in owens mills ravens players say it's not an issue. >> in baltimore it would never happen. we have great leadership and guys are focussed on trying to win. if you're out there focusing on trying to win then the little hazing and things like that doesn't matter. >> john harbaugh banned hazing among his players when he took over as head coach in 2008. back to you. >> thank you, mark.
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dolphins said they will cooperan . a legend is waking up a big winner after country music's biggest night. >> and the cma award for entertainer of the year goes to george strait. >> it's the third time strait has been named entertainer of the year. it's been 23 years since he last won that honor. the 61-year-old beat out taylor swift, jason aldean and luke bryan to take home the trophy. he's on his last road tour. >> country music power couple blake shelton and miranda lambert had a big night. shelton won male vocalist of the year and lambert won female vocalist of the year. turning to baseball.
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three orioles win silver slugger awards. chris davis won his first ever. he led the major leagues with 53 homeruns and 137 rbi's. davis is the first orioles first baseman to get it since rafael palmero. adam jones became the first oriole out fielder the take home the honor. he says with all the orioles great out fielders he's surprised he's the first to win one. j.j. hardy gets the silver slugger for shortstops for the first time. he had 25 homeruns, leading all other players at his position. hardy is the third orioles shortstop to win that award joining ripken and tejada. the three silver slugers are the most out of any team in the major leagues. congratulations all around. >> can i show you something really cool?
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>> yes. i want to take a look outside. we have this great shot looking to the east. >> yeah. >> now, true east is going to be the hard left-hand side of your screen. that is as we take look at first warning doppler weather radar the north eastern edge of that moisture down there on the eastern shore. >> okay. >> how cool that? >> very . >> it really is. it's now sitting out to the wesa good slug of moisture moving our way. all that is moving straight southwest to northeast. this stuff that's immediately out to the west of frederick, that's going to pass by to the west of frederick. everything down there around elkton is going to be coming into the center part of the state. that's just a cool shot. >> it was. >> beautiful morning. we are going to get some rain. a beautiful sunset. first warning weather details coming up shortly. ron matz outside right now. it's not a bad morning, pretty
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mild, in the low 50s. >> reporter: not bad. it's dry. i looked in the win dow and i can see you guys from here. >> you're just around the corner. >> reporter: that's right. kennedy krieger institute, greed morning. we have team kennedy krieger, the good folks from ikea. how you can help the kids at kennedy krieger with toys. i'll tell you all about it when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. that's why we bought a subaru. good morning. thanks so much for being with us. 56 now, 92%, barometer down to 29.91. it allows the frontal boundary to move to and through the area.
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58 hagerstown and elkton, 63 easton, 61 pax river, 62 down at the ocean, it's 56 degrees in the district of columbia, 56 bel air, almost 60 westminster. all this moisture is going straight in that direction. just a matter of time before we fill in the central portion of the state. there you have today's weather. skies should clear out, a beautiful sunset coming our way. a good weekend will be arriving. it's going to be on the chilly side. we're going to start seeing temperatures below normal. as a matter of fact, by the end of the five day it's doing to be cold, clear and just a picture perfect beautiful fall weekend. forecast today calls for a high of right around 63 degrees. by dinner time probably 52. sun comes out, breeze kicks up, new air mass is here. patchy clouds, 39 over night. tomorrow is going to be a beautiful day but 54 degrees.
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keep it at 54 on saturday. 54 sunday, 58 on monday. your high is going to be 46 degrees, a full 15 degrees plus below normal on tuesday. let's go straight to sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning, everyone. it's been a bit busier than nors morning on the roads. we have a new problem to tell you about. this one is going to be on 295 northbound at 695. the right merge lane is blocked. another accident westbound route 40 at jackson station road. a new one lilly and holt drive at rossville boulevard. on the beltway speeds averaging at 50 right now on the west side outer loop. so starting to see our first minor delay. that's a look at that accident at 295 at the beltway. the right merge lane is partially blocked. that's a look at the west side of the
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beltway. volume building but still moving well at 70. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you dream of all the places you'd like to go? toyota is ready to take you there. now is great time to find a great deal on a toyota at take it away, ron matz. >> reporter: good morning. we're live with kennedy krieger. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter:e teaming up to help youngsters at kennedy krieger during the holidays. bill, how are you doing? >> great. >> reporter: so tell us about this soft toy collection that's going on at ikea. >> we can only bring a portion of what we sell in our toy. from every toy sold november 10th through january 4th we donate $1 to education programs throughout the world. on a
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local level we are donating to kennedy krieger. we're having customers purchase soft toys and put them in the donation win. we're looking forward to a great partnership this year. >> reporter: awesome. we have jamie from kennedy krie. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: what happened wite toys collected? >> we give the toys to our patients when they come in for appointments, when they come to the hospital and are admitted. it can be a scary place at the hospital for children. we give them to them for the holidays, to the children for reward for reaching their therapy goals. when they deliver the toys the staff from ikea volunteer and visit with the children as well. >> reporter: you guys are going to be at one of our favorite places that we're at during the holidays, the festival of trees out of timonium. >> we have a forest fairy tale a theme. it's going to be a
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beautiful tree. we're looking forward to that this year, being a part of the festival of trees. >> reporter: awesome. we're going to be there. we lok forward to it. this involves all the children at all the kennedy kriegers. >> absolutely. our inpatients around out patief our locations and our students as well. >> reporter: thank you so much. sgltsz thank you. >> reporter:l -- >> thank you. >> reporter: bill, when does tt ? >> this sunday, november 10th it starts. when you come to the store and purchase a soft toy please consider the donation bin. it as goes to johns hopkins bay view to the pediatric program. last year our customers donated $2,600 worth of toys. it goes until january 10th. >> reporter: that's awesome. it's ikea in white marsh, of co. >> in white marsh. >> reporter: it's a land park mark -- landmark in baltimore. thank you so much. hold that up . thank you all very much.
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we're with team kennedy krieger. guys, back to you on tv hill. >> ron, talk to you later. thanks a lot. >> thank you . still to come on wjz this morning. >> jackpot. maryland casinos continue bringy for the state. i'm linh bui and coming up on wjz we'll break down the numbers and explain where that money is going.
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there's money on the table and going into slot machines. maryland casinos are bringing in tens of millions of dollars. linh bui has more. >> you can bet on casinos. >> nice place to come to be spontaneous. >> i can't believe it's this packed after work. amazing. >> that means big money for the state. maryland live casino with its new poker room brings in the most money by far. it made nearly $52 million in october. a whooping 69%. >> i walked front to back and it's incredible. >> combined with the other maryland casinos, the hollywood, ocean downs and rocky gap state weed revenue was $66 million. >> the casinos keep half of
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that and the rest goes to state programs, specifically education. >> the casinos get $32 million. $26 million goes to the state fd the other goes to grants. >> it's a good idea, money that goes to education. that's the minute take. >> the casinos and the states all winner. linh bui, wjz eyewitness news. >> and the new horseshoe casino currently under construction in south baltimore will open next year. next up this morning right here on wjz. fear near campus. i'm mike hellgren in towson where two students have been attacked. why police fear retaliation and what goucher college and towson university are saving about the violence. >> reporter: what happened to a naval academy grad may change the way sexual assault is prosecuted in the military. i'm mike schuh with a live report next. president obama hits the road to defend the new health
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care law as members of his own party call for a delay. i'm tara mergener in washington with the story coming up. couple of accidents, now a couple of delays. the details and live pictures in just a few. right now over to marty. allison williams burst on to the scene in the hit show girls on hbo. now she's on coffee with talking about the whirlwind of her newfound fame. stay tuned, we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, what can you score at t.j.maxx?
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maxxinistas are scoring. t.j.maxx. it's the bottom of the hour. that's a live look at spaghetti junction downtown. it is another mild morning but there's rain on the way. sharon has some delays for you. marty is over at first warning weather. the timing is right on this. out the 70 corridor about a quarter to 7:00 we will see shower activity around frederick. we're now seeing shower activity cruising up from the southwest, southwest, northeast up the delmarva.
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it's only a time before this radar picture fills in. that will only define weather for half the way. 56 degrees right now on tv hill. it's going to be 9 warmer than this time yesterday. low 60s by lunch. that will be our high. by the next dinner time with breezy conditions temperatures chillier than now at 52. don, take it away. >> thank you. where might your drive be delayed? here is sharon gibala at with the. >> 75 southbound at franklin boulevard. it is blocking lanes and definitely causing delays. we will show you a live picture in just a minute. an accident 295 northbound at the beltway. that one partially blocking the right merge lane. an accident westbound 40 at jackson station road. one more in nottingham, lillian holt at rockville boulevard. speeds on the beltway slow on the west side. 41 is your average. 95 southbound just a little bit slow between white marsh and the
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beltway. that's a look at that 795 delay. you can see the accident at the bottom left of your screen. it's an accident at 795 southbound at franklin boulevard. it's blocking all lanes. there's a look at that accident on 295 northbound approaching the beltway. that one fortunately does not seem to be causing any delays. there's a neighborhood on edge in baltimore county. this comes after thieves target two college students in two separate incidents just hours and blocks apart really. as mike hellgren explains, the culprits are armed and at large. >> the victims were simply walking on well traveled burke avenue. sky eye chopper 13 gives you a bird's eye view of the area. it's just off york road. the first attack on sunday was a block from the second attack on monday and close to both towson university and goucher college. >> now that it's getting darker earlier it's scary walking home from classes.
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>> police say these men are so dangerous right now they're worried about retaliation. >> they tell wjz the name of the hospital and the identities of both victims are being with held for safety reasons. >> burke avenue is not some back road. >> for the first time towson university is speaking about the violence that left one of their own with stab wounds. >> we feel it's our responsibility to let them know when and where things are happening >> that includes partnering with police to increase patrols and warning students. >> it's apple picking, picking cell phones out of people's hands. >> the suspects described as three young men and the method, using a knife. >> never this late. that's what is scary. it's timr time now. they say that the police patrol is out but where, i'm not sure.
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>> mike hellgren wjz eyewitness news. >> the students smart phones were taken in both attacks. some members of congress want to change the way the military handles sexual assault cases. a naval academy graduate is helping them do it. wjz and mike schuh are live with more on this. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, don. good morning, everyone. should soldiers commander or military prosecutors make the call to go forward with sexual assault? a naval academy grad's experience leads her to believe it should be a prosecutor. >> she's a naval academy grad, an iraq war vet. clay left the marines after she was gang raped. >> when i reported the assault my command responded with retaliation. >> it happened in 2009 in washington dc where clay said the commander fosters a hostile environment. >> he decided in writing that
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calling officers sluts and whores was not harassment and it was deserved. >> she never should have learned lesson she did. >> it would take the decision out of the military can chain of command to prosecute. >> sexual assault in the military is not new. it has been allowed to fester in the shadows for far too long. >> department of defense officials say they have a movie see -- zero rans for -- tolerance for sexual assault. >> they have no legal training. >> until that changes she said victims will fear coming forward. >> reporter: senators are still trying to build support for this bill, the defense reauthorization act. back to you. >> thank you. military leaders say removing tm their hands would under cut
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their ability to maintain good order and discipline in their units. some new safety regulations in effect in washington dc. metro officials have completed 20 of the 29 recommendations following the 2009 crash that killed five people. the other projects include longer-projects. gun violence leaves two people dead and seven injured in detroit. two cars pulled up and men got out of the cars and fired into the barbershop. the barbershop is a known site for illegal gambling. the president and top administration officials are hitting the roads to gain support for the affordable care act.
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>> president obama is trying to win back public support for his signature law. he told a group in texas the affordable care act is still better than what was in place before. >> all the politics, all the chatter sometimes leaves out the fact that the system we had just wasn't working for too in people. >> the failures of are becoming a pr nightmare. >> i started signing up last thursday and i'm almost done. >> carri underwood and brad paisley opened up the country music awards with jokes. >> ♪ obama by morning, over six people served ♪ >> president obama and colorado senator michael bennett, whose job it is to get democrats reelected sat down with 15 senators facing reelection next year. the group wants to delay the deadline to sign up for
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health insurance. >> health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius said that's not going to happen. >> for millions of americans delay is not an option. people's lives depend on this. >> sebelius said the website will be fully functional by the end of the month. tara mergener, wjz eyewitness news. >> the head of humania, the larger health care insurers in the marketplace said they expect the government will give people more time to sign up. a high school teacher wounded during the shooting at los angeles international airport said he had to crawl away to save his life. he was waiting in the security line when gunshots range out. >> i continued down the hall. i remember a couple of tsa folks in the hallway. i wasn't looking. it just hit me in the leg. >> his leg was shattered by the bullet. that's why he had to
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drag himself to safety. yesterday the killed tsa officer was remembered at a ceremony in the airport. paul ciancia remains hospitalized after being shot by airport police. in just a few hours twitter will start trading on the new york stock exchange. the social media company set the price of its initial public offering at $26 a share. that puts the value of twitter at more than $14 billion. twitter officially announced its ipo late yesterday via a tweet. a necktie may not seem like the most original holiday gift unless it's one designed by the patients at the johns hopkins children's center. here is kai jackson with more. >> 12-year-old lila's favorite season is winter. she designed the holly tie. >> it's a plant you see during winter so i choose to draw that. >> the miracle ties are all drawn by the young patients at
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the johns hopkins children's center. sold by joseph a bank which presented hop kin with a $60,000 check. >> we're happy to be partner with the children to help them stay easier. >> 5-year-old brigdett received a life-saving heart transplant when she was 2. she designed the snow man tie. >> it's amazing to show the world what i have and how my diagnosis is not as bad as people may think. >> they are resilient in facing hard medical challenges. when you allow them to play and draw it's easy to remember the child they are. >> every buck we make will be
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worth one person getting better. >> kai jackson reporting. since the program started in 19r acle tie collection has raised more than 950 $950,000. the ravens will be back on the practice field today as they prepare for a divisional show down on sunday. the ravens will be hosting the first place cincinnati bengals as they try to stop a three game losing streak. linebacker terrell suggs said the team has gone from a state of emergency to death con five. he still thinks they can turn things around. >> any one of these games can be the one, you know, where it finally clicks for us and we start playing like we know we can. so we're just holding onto that. every man involved is going to do whatever it takes to get this thing rolling in the right direction. >> you can watch the game with the bengals sunday afternoon at 1:00 live right here on wjz 13. >> it just dawned on me, even
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terrell is showing his young age. there are probably some high school students watching that don't know what death con five is. >> i guess not. >> i mean, we're talking -- that's a cold war say ing. terrell is not a older man. he's young. i guess it's the state of the a lert of the united states atomic military forces. death con five means those missiles are fuelled and ready to go. we're on the brink of nuclear war. that's what death con five, is most dramatic and dire of the death cons. so there's your high school lesson. you can walk in and ask for extra credit when you get to school today. >> terrell probably saw it in a
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movie. let's get to the break. when we come back we will look at first warning doppler weather radar. we have shower activity moving our way today and some is chilly air but beautiful fall weather coming in for the weekend. that's allison williams. in between filming her hit tv show on hbo, girls, she's talking beauty, talking skin. we'll have that for you when we come right back. sharon gibala has wjz traffic control. that looks like a problem. first warning weather and more coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, good morning nelly! woah.
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they did a great job on manic monday. i guess it's -- hey, don, from this next monday it's 3 weeks until m-4, the melt down. >> we think so. >> is it three or two week weeks? >> -- weeks? >> it might be two. >> we're moving towards thanks. here's first warning doppler weather radar. we're bookended by shower activity. it's only a matter of time before the entire screen fills in. we all will see shower activity through the late morning, midday into the early afternoon. 56 now, 92% humidity.
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barometer is at 29.91. yesterday was at 30.43. 55 cumberland, 50 oakland, low x river and ocean city. that area of high pressure has broken down. frontal boundary is moving our way with showers. a lot of mid 50s around the local. here's your weekend sitting just out to the west. this front is not going to hang up offshore. it's going to get out of here. high pressure is going to build in. this is slipping down out of central canada. 63 degrees will be the high. 39 over night. beautiful sunset, patchy cloudsy and 54 tomorrow. we will keep it at 54 on saturday. 58 sunday and monday. look at tuesday, 46 degrees. your rush right now from sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning, everyone. judging from our traffic cameras looks like that accident on 795 has cleared off to the shoulder at franklin boulevard. we have an accident on 295 northbound.
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that one at the beltway. it is to the right. also watch for an accident in pi at westbound 40 at jackson station. on the beltway speeds slow now on the top and west side. mostly the west side. that's a look at your speeds on 95, slowing down between white marsh and the beltway. that's a look at the clear 795 at franklin boulevard and that accident on 295. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at check it out, thanksgiving is three weeks from today. the melt down two weeks from monday. this morning's coffee with is with allison williams. the satellite interview is furnished by simple facial skin care. >> allison, welcome to the eyewitness news morning edition. huge round of applause. how are you? >> hi. good to see you. >> nice
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to see you. >> you have to take people inside the ropes for just a second. the satellite connection was just made. normally i say, standby, we're going to roll tape and we have 5 minutes and here we go. i just realized that we're all digital now. it's called adjusting. >> adjusting. >> it's like hold on, we're adjusting. >> it's like take you time, do whatever you need. >> how are you doing? >> don't let me interrupt. >> really. what's going on? how is life? >> life is great. i'm here in new york, friday isw . it's rainy and nice. everything is good. >> you have a hit tv show and a big contract besides that. >> that's helpful. >> more importantly, allison ji don't care, you can be the secretary general of the united nations, you could be some guy digging ditches, you
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could be a hot actress or a hot tv anchor dude like us. you can't see us, we're both hot. >> i can hear it. >> sure. >> the most important thing is today is friday. >> it's the best. why isn't it every day? >> thes a long explanation for that >> trust me, i know. i can probably come up with an s explanation. >> i probably could but why burn brain cells. so let me ask you this -- >> i know exactly. >> you come out of college, work your way up the ladder and now you're on a hit show. you're expected today the star thing, walk outside, here's the cameras, do the red carpet thing. you're sitting here next to make ups and whatnot. is it comfortable? is it just part of your life growing up?
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>> you know, it was not part of my life growing up. it was in my dreams definitely. i used to dream of getting my hair done and my make up done and trying on pretty dresses. in that sense, it still feels like i'm living any childhood dream. it was my dream to also be an actress. if i told 4-year-old allison this is what my day is like she would be very impressed. that's kind of who i aim to please. it is not the craziest adjustment. it's happened slowly over time. my parents made a rule that i couldn't start acting until i graduated from college. so it was kind of offset by that. i don't know. it's just really exciting. it's a sign of something good. it's a show i'm proud of. any attention that comes to all of us associated with the show i'm very proud of. >> cool. all right. let's talk about map to your left. there's a reason i'm going theri didn't know we had
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seasonal make ups. i just thought when you did your make-up to go out, to hit a red carpet that it was the same. did you adjust colors according to seasons? seriously? >> oh, goodness. there's so much to learn here. h , of course. you guys don't change your make up by season, do a brown shade for fall? >> no, i'm rose beige medium. >> i do tan for some. >> i burn too many cells trying to get that tan to cover with make up. >> well, see, i think honestly what you guys are saying, even though you're joking, is basically what the trend is. you follow what your skin is doing. of course you're going to wear winterly fall shades in the winter and fall and brighter shades in the summer. i think you guys notice it but are too smart to think about it out loud. >> boy, you kind.
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>> you read my mind. we only have about a minute left here. what's the company name? i'm just curious. >> so this is simple skin care. i've been an ambassador for thea while now. they're an incredible company wa hole list i can approach -- a wholistic approach to skin care. they care about you. it has no irritants that will harm your skin. it's a great company. i love them a lot. they have this great group of el ed the simple a advisory board. if you go online to their website, you can do a questionnaire and find out what the best regimen is for your skin. it's a cool company and good for good skin care. i know you're vigilant about your skin care so i don't have to tell you those things.
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