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>> voter turnout is the key to victory in this race, one of the most success -- expensive and divisive. >> gregg bernstein and his wife voted on primary day. this may be the most expensive in history. each has spent more than $500,000. first, the tres a jessamy load around campaign money. -- patricia jessamy -- and on campaign money. he managed to capture 20% of the vote. at that time, political observers job is up to protest vote against jessamy. a call this the most divisive. she charges that bernstein had completely distorted her record. >> these are misrepresentations
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about a record that is built on that occasion, service, honesty, fairness, and justice. >> she needs a strong voter turnout, especially from her base of supporters. she may get a boost from senator john carter conway. experts say and low voter turnout could help bernstein who launched an aggressive campaign tagging her as part of the ineffective status quo counting on those who believe it is time for a change. >> when you have a state attorney that have not been in a courtroom for 15 years, that creates a kind of disconnect. there's a difference between what is really happening and what they think is happening. >> outside a polling places, some volunteers are urging voters to support bernstein, but it is not what you think.
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details of new at 6:00 p.m. wbal-tv 11 news begun >> another hot race taking place in baltimore county. there are three candidates. the excitement around two members of the county council and have battled it out in the television ads. debra wiener joins us live in pikesville with a closer look at that race. >> supporters will gather here in pikesville. joe's will gather in the parks bill. they say they feel good. the board felt the people say they feel caught -- cautiously optimistic. their styles could not appear more different. consider a few weeks ago. i took an elevator to interview them. the farmer and the lawyer who worked together side by side for years are caught up in a campaign that some call ugly and aggressive. >> he had to vote in a white t- shirt today because of laws for
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having campaigned promotions. when he came out, he put on his collared shirt back on. it is a matter of the voters for baltimore county to decide whether they want to move forward with positive leadership as we move in the future to make his catch a better place for all of us. his opponent and colleague voted back on september 3rd joining the early voter crowd. >> we will pump everyone up and we are all excited, right? >> he told us on sunday he was surviving these final days on coffee and read all. that same day, bartenfelder said he was winding down. they are fighting it out for the job left open by jim smith.
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they have this in common today. they both have been working the polls all day all across the county. later today, kamenetz is expected to hear. he has celebrated many a victory here hoping to celebrate again tonight. bartenfelder open to the same thing in pikesville. >> of voters could not say the weather kept them from the polls. today with a picture-perfect. add in the a couple of all the contested races and you would expect a big turnout. we're live now in the northwest baltimore. lisa, is that the case? good numbers of the polls today? >> statewide, no major problems at the polls. according to the state board of election, turnout across the state has been light. >> yes, it is light. very light so far. >> that was the story around baltimore city.
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by 9:00 a.m., fewer than 6000 people had turned out to vote in the first two hours the polls were open. >> there were a lot of people that i think will be interested in the general election. >> it will be later on, probably in the afternoon and evening. >> that was the hope. by 11:00 a.m., things had improved but only slightly. a little more than 50,000 voters. baltimore city election director jones called this disappointing considering the number of hot the contested races. >> i would think more people would be out voting. that is what makes this unbelievable to me. this gives me the impression that there is a "no care" attitude. >> is a slow but steady. what's everyone comes out in november. >> i did not even know.
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i just found out. why some people just did not realize. some people are just complacent and that is sad. >> baltimore city said there last count was 8.3%. you can still vote until 8:00 p.m. when the polls will close. these are robinson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> we want to hear from you. do you think campaign worker should be allowed to solicit votes? text of the word yes or no to 88509. we will show the results of the poll coming up tonight at 6:00 p.m. stay with us throughout the evening. we will be giving you the latest results along the bottom of your screen and will have live team coverage tonight on 11 news at 11:00 p.m. get e-mail alerts and instant results on our website,
5:07 pm >> we have an update to breaking news we told you about at 5:00 p.m. yesterday. police say a man shot in baltimore died from his injuries. the victim was found just blocks from the baltimore county line. he died just after 7:00 p.m. last night at johns hopkins bayview. please have not released his name and the search continues for his attacker. meanwhile, in carroll county, detectives have charged a 22- year-old man with stabbing this man to death. sheriff deputies say 26-year- old jeremiad demario was found around 10:00 p.m. last night on the staircase outside his apartment. demario was stabbed in the chest. >> it seemed like the best way to describe weather today is pretty comfortable.
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50's in the morning. right on target for abnormal readings in mid-september. 54 of around pittsburgh. cooler temperatures. hotter to the south of us. 91 in richmond. 92 in charlotte, north carolina. 80 degrees all around the state of maryland. just a few scattered ferret whether clouds expected through the evening. we will check that out with the seven-day coming up. >> thank you, tom. some sports writers called last night ravens-jets' game sloppy, mistake-ridden, and as of the football game. in the end, the ravens pulled it out. >> the score does not show you how exciting the game was. it was a bruiser. it is the sixth straight time to
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have beaten the jets. the voice of the ravens, gerry sandusky come as live with the recap. >> how are you this afternoon? they were calling the game a sloppy and ugly. here at the ones mill, they call it when number one. they did not care about the sloppiness or the quality of the wind. everyone in the nfl is a win. but make this more satisfying is the fact that the jets had so little to say after the jet -- after the ravens won this 10-9. we look back with the sound track. [crowd chanting] >> flacco hit as he releases. at the 42 yard line for a ravens first down. second effort -- touchdown. just bring the blitz.
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flacco looking and he has a. midfield. the first down. sanchez under pressure. he comes up the middle and drops sanchez. the jets will have to punt the ball away. >> i am happy we came out on top. >> play action. he goes deeper. at the 40 yard line. [cheering] >> all kinds of fun last night at the new meadowlands stadium as the attention is now turn to the cincinnati bengals this coming sunday in cincinnati. another nfl level of significance today, the saints running back reggie bush has decided to surrender his 2005
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heisman trophy. he will become the first heisman trophy winner ever to forfeit the honor. >> great job calling the ball game last night, gerry. we're looking for your ravens and voters all season long. show us how you celebrate on you can catch the john harbaugh show tonight at 10:00 p.m. on wbal +. on comcast. 98 rock and wbal radio is your ravens broadcast team. >> the jets are dealing with more than the loss. >> the nfl is now investigating claims that members of the jet'' harassed a female sports reporter on the field and in the locker room. we have the details. >> should cough and cold medicines be moved behind the counter? the fda is discussing today possible restrictions to keep kids from getting high on these medications. what parents need to know.
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[ male announcer ] the kfc double down. double meat, double cheese, double bacon. double awesome. get yours today. so good. ♪ so s-o g-double-o-d good >> the crime of rape is routinely mishandled in baltimore and many other cities. as a result, crime numbers are off. that is the testimony inside a senate judiciary committee concluded today. baltimore, philadelphia, new
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orleans, st. louis, and in new orleans were all named. >> the federal government has a responsibility to make sure the criminal-justice system is operating. there's no question in my mind there has been a miss reporting of rape. we need to get more effective in making our system work. >> they called the dismissed rape cases a crisis. you can watch our full report on "medical alert," you have probably seen ellen the generous joke that she loves cough syrup. the fda is not laughing about the disturbing number of cases of teenagers using it to get high. eric edwards has the details. >> it is called robo-tripping
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referring to the madison wrote a tustin arobo -- robotussin. >> this is a safe medicine, but when you drink a whole bottle or multiple bottles, it opens up to a whole host of problems. you can have heart palpitations, seizures, or lose consciousness. and 2004, the number of emergency room cases grows. >> is a greater problem than we know about. >> this position has been on duty when kids have come in after an overdose. what we notice a pattern that developed in the afternoon about the time that school let out. before we were done, seven or eight of these kids that all around high school age. >> the consumer health-care products association says that these medicines are very safe
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and the abuse is low. over the counter cough medicines are easily accessible and the gold. for the abuse experts say this may give kids a false sense of security about taking them in large amounts. >> this is not a cheap and easy way to get high. when your children do this, they are creating as much risk like doing well -- illegal street drugs. >> these are for sale in plain view. eric edwards, wbal-tv 11 years. >> antibiotics are designed to kill harmful bacteria. there is the bacteria. do antibiotics get rid of that as well? one study the that the effects of two rounds of an and the bacteria in the stomach. researchers noticed several facts, mainly that it changed the composition of beneficial bacteria. researchers say that it does that mean the drug is dangerous or should be avoided, does that further study of the long-term
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effects are needed. many doctors to recommend taking macrobiotics happy have taken antibiotics. this challenges the theory that playing video games can turn your brain to mush. this study from the university of rochester look that plane action games when you have to shoot the villains when they pop up in random places. and a group of people participate in a series of decision making experience. the gainers were better than the others at making quick, accurate decisions. the effect was in town with action video games. >> your 11 insta-weather + forecast the chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> and picture-perfect day but late summer weather. some sunshine is mixed in with the cloud and temperatures are pretty close to normal. upper 70's is a normal high in the baltimore area. 78 degrees in downtown baltimore. 77 in westminster.
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los 70's toward parton and low 80's on the lower eastern shore. those at high, thin cloud are scattered across our region. this is associated with the fraud that went through which did not do much in any way of producing precipitation. the scattered clouds have been partially associated with that front. we will be partly cloudy tonight. areas west of baltimore made drop below 50 degrees. sunset this evening is at 7:17 p.m. this high-pressure stretches all the way back across southern canada which is building south and east helping to build and push this past. this should have another nice day tomorrow. this will start to reorganize as we had to work thursday night into friday morning. that represents our next best chance for showers. it is quite on the western end of this fraud. when it gets here, toward thursday night and friday morning, only scattered showers.
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while we have a chance for rain, not a chance for a lot of rain. were scattered activity. but in the meantime, 50's tonight and 70 around 80 tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. but the cloud will be -- clouds will be approaching. enjoy the sunshine tomorrow. it will be pretty nice with 77- 82 degrees. west winds averaging six have been told last hour. the sunrise will be at 6:48 a.m. west wins tomorrow. 5-10 knot breeze with ways around 1 foot. the bay water temperatures are -- from the low to mid 70's. 73 tomorrow after we get into the 40's tonight in some of the cooler areas. we will warm up a little smile afternoon. and i stayed around the bay tomorrow with sunny to partly cloudy skies with high temperatures of about 80 degrees
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in cambridge and rock called. other than a few scattered high clouds come in to the mostly sunny day on the lower eastern shore. igor dickies to impress with the statistics. 145 mile per hour winds estimated at the center of this hurricane which is a category 4 hurricane. it is nothing to the west, northwest. and through the weekend, this will be approaching the area of bermuda. we will take you with a closer look for the hurricane track of hurricane igor and julia. 80 degrees tomorrow with mainly sunny skies and right around 80 degrees on thursday. a chance for some scattered showers and that it clears up on friday. that will bring in another beautiful weekend with sunny skies on saturday and sunday. highs around 80 degrees with 50's at night. >> thank you, tom.
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after spending more than one year detained in iran, of three american hikers is finally free. >> they had to pay $500,000 bail. what about the other two hikers? answers that are 30 p.m. >> i am rob roblin. one tenet is suing the apartment complex because of bedbugs. that story coming up.
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>> a lawsuit over bedbugs? that is how serious the bedbug problem has become. >> for many it is an embarrassing problem and one woman is suing her apartment complex. rob roblin has the details. >> amber lives and an apartment here and has been here for about one year. in 2009, she started a chain and found that bugs. they suck your blood when they bite. daniel but he says her client has permanent scars. >> the damage is not only the fact she has these bikes that were extremely itchy and she developed scarring which is still visible today, over one year after being bitten, she may have to have some kind of
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procedure, laser surgery or something to remove the scarring on her arms. >> the lawsuit on behalf of his client against these briarcliff apartments over bedbugs in the apartment was filed on september 1st. >> there is something about bedbug that is especially disturbing. they invade your bed when you are sleeping. they crawl over your body and suck your blood. it is more than a mere annoyance. she is asking for damages for having been suggest -- subjected to bedbugs. this was probably for about a seven month period. his client does not want to talk on camera because this issue is embarrassing. briarcliff apartments east would not comment on the lawsuit. amber's attorney says dexter many years were called in and treated her apartment.
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when she returned from the bed bugs were still there. >> she was out of the apartment when they were performing the extermination. when she came back, they reappeared and she found them again. she is clear the disgusted by this. >> the lawsuit is asking for $100,000 in damages. rob roblin, wbal's-tv 11 news. >> still had, we've recap the day's top stories. >> new numbers show an increase of the students attending community colleges. i am tim tooten. i tell you where you can find the increase. >> video of a former city councilman ken harris taken moments before he was murdered. they get to hear what may have been his last words. details coming out. i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines.
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today maryland is in trouble. we're worse off than we were four years ago. dangerous debt, higher taxes, not enough jobs. we need real leadership to turn this state around. fix the budget -- honestly. grow small businesses -- really. excellent schools -- everywhere. protect the bay -- finally. it's why i'm running. to make the state we love not just good but great. now let's get down to work. my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress.
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>> you are watching wbal-tv 11 news with stan stovall, donna hamilton, your insta-weather + forecast with tom tasselmyer. >> new tonight at 5:30 p.m., they two in the testimony for three men accused of killing ken harris. today, the jazz club owner with and just moments before the politician was gunned down at took the stand. >> this is the fourth witness to testify. barry simms is live with an update. barry? >> keat said he was terrified
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when ken harris was killed. they are on trial for the murder of ken harris. here or what may have been his last words. fearing for his own life and where when happened to his friends, he told the jurors he followed with the brokers said. he testified that in the early morning hours of the no. 28, 2008, former city councilman ken harris came in saying he needed to use the restroom. he went to introduce covington to a woman he had in the car. and man pointed a gun directly at his head and began making demands saying, "you know what this is. get the expletive back in the building before i bow your expletive head off."
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according to prosecutors, he was followed and shot as he tried to drive away. as he was being forced into the bar with a gun at the back of his head, he heard a shot and hoped that they messed. covington replied that he saw the gun. >> it was an emotional testimony. no one can imagine what they went through. this is a terrible situation. >> when you see them come in the bar, he is walking in there is a person behind him. you never see the third person or they never go near him. they will never be able to identify. he was able to identify a bandanna tied around the back of the face and a hat. there is no identification. >> the identified as skeleton-
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type masked. he said he handed over approximately $2,000 to the thieves. as they ran out the back door, covington grabbed his own gun and fired three shots. he did not hit them or pursue them. they tried to show that covington gave a different version of defense. >> very important discrepancies. the number of people involved, but they did, their location. it is very significant and hopefully we can expose that. >> also testifying, dr. ling lee. the manner of death was homicide. >> covington will continue testimony tomorrow. reporting live from downtown baltimore, barry simms, wbal-tv 11 news. >> breaking news right now in
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west baltimore. but get it out to capt. roy taylor. >> here is mlp and pennsylvania avenue. we are on the scene of a shooting. we have a description of the shooter and supposedly he was in a dark vehicle and shots were fired randomly. we did not know the whole story, but baltimore city police has shot down at martin luther king boulevard and pennsylvania while they look for the suspect. reporting live in the sky team 11, i am capt. roy taylor. here's a look at some of the other top stories. >> low voter turnout so far for the primary election. officials are hoping for a dinner time rush. so far, only 8.3% of registered voters. polls are open until 8:00 p.m. tonight. stay with us. coverage continues at 6:00 p.m. one of the three hikers
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detained in iran has been reunited with her mother. here is video from the reunion. a.c.t. $500,000 bail was posted. president obama has stated they will show the same compassion to those who have been detained for more than one year. iran says they're not planning to release the others. the man accused of trying to detonate a plane has fired his legal team. he fired his court-appointed lawyers on monday and asked the judge if he could plead guilty to some of the charges against him. the judge reluctantly agreed and will now appoint new judges. he is originally from nigeria and is accused of trying to ignite a bomb song into his underwear on christmas day on a flight from amsterdam to detroit. >> in tonight's education alert,
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a record number of students going to community college. what is driving those numbers? education reporter tim tooten joins us with more on the story. >> a number of reasons why the community colleges in the baltimore county are going through a growth spurt. at the top of that list may very well be the economy. most students still see a college education as a way to land a job, especially in a tough economy. in the baltimore county, more of them are showing up at community colleges. >> i came here to play soccer and get the easy stuff added the way. >> based on enrollment figures just doubt, more than 26,000 students signed up for class's this fall which is a 10% increase. there has been a steady growth here where enrollment is up 13%. students will be among the first to tell you you're not surprised
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by the increase for the affordable price tag. >> with the way the economy is, everyone is rushing back to school. education is key. that opens up a lot of doors. it does not surprise me that there are more people on campus this year versus last year. when these two students are married and believe they made a strong -- a smart choice. >> the right decision. i needed to save money. i will go to morgan when i'm done. >> i was out of school for a while. with the economy, everyone is doing the same thing. >> the school's president is not giving all of the credit to cost and the economy. >> we know it has a lot to do with what some of our people are doing. in recruitment, processing student, financial aid, and so forth. >> the challenge is to find a
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record number of students coming up on campus. >> class's are so awful that they are offering were class's at what they call non-peak hours. tim tooten, w p a l -- wbal-tv 11 news. dr. joe biden will be visiting arnold campus. this is part of the ongoing work to show the white house's support in supporting committed to colleges. tamara's that began the 10:30 a.m. >> testing or talking? which do you prefer. >> different people prefer different modes of communication. we break down the results of a recent survey. >> i am on capitol hill where president obama and democrats in the senate today 11 in the battle of what to do over the
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the democrats were able to win their ground today in the senate. with the president's small- business bill is heading to passage. we have the latest from capitol hill. >> it was a vote to end a republican senate filibuster. ohio republican sided with democrats. it was a win for president obama putting his small-business bill on track to pass. that means it to $300 billion in loans to barbershops and other small businesses nationwide. some will get tax credits, also. would you are really the thing that is that small businesses are strapped for cash. they need some way to help out. >> democrats hope they will help of. >> main street and not wall street can create the jobs we need to lead us out of this
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recession. >> conservatives disagree. >> you have the tax increase coming up. that tax increase essentially wipes out the tax credit anyway. we are exactly where we started. >> the income tax hike pushed by president obama would also hike rates on small businesses. republicans are opposed. >> raising taxes is a bad idea. >> it is clear there is not a consensus on exactly what to do. what that says is this will not likely be settled until after the midterm elections. >> this is a vote that could and the democratic ability to win like they did today by getting a single republican to join them. from capitol hill, wbal-tv 11 news. >> one-stop shopping will do -- soon be easier if you are from walmart. >> they now want you to service
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your cell phone with them. is it worth it? details on what calling plan. >> besides losing to the ravens, the jets are dealing with another problem -- accusations of sexual harassment. we hear from the sports reporter making the claims. >> 50 years ago, the daughter dam -- notre dame campus moved. i have details on their anniversary celebration. >> normal temperatures for the next few days which has not happened much of this summer. the seven-day forecast features numbers near normal. 78 at the inner harbor. west wind that 7 miles per hour.
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er >> good afternoon. i am ron daniels. here is what we are working on for 11 news at 6:00 p.m. primary election day in the maryland and the stakes are high. one of the major race is for baltimore county executive.
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tonight, voters will likely decide who will be the baltimore city state attorney. abacus the race for governor, too. live team coverage on this and live team coverage on this and much more when everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same.
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if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician. definitely. >> won international sports reporter is at the center at a new york jets sexual-harassment investigation after cease -- she said some of the coach and players treated her inappropriately. the nfl is looking into the allegations. mashal friends and has the story. >> she is a popular sports reporter from mexico. she has filed a sexual- harassment complaint. she says the glut -- she is glad the nfl has agreed to
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investigate. it started that the jets' practice on saturday where some players and coaches allegedly for football's in her direction. later, the reporter says she was subjected to catcalls by the players. on her twitter counterposed did she was dying to -- dying from embarrassed the. a feller reporter noticed and the association of women in sports media learned of the allegations and asked the nfl to investigate. the jets' owner has called on them to apologize. the nfl is interviewing players and witnesses. >> we take this very seriously. >> we want an environment here where everyone is comfortable. >> publicly being accused on internet blogs of dressing provocatively. she goes to this message on twitter about the outfits saying it was not inappropriate.
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>> it does not matter whether she was wearing skintight jeans or see through lingerie. none of that is a license to commit sexual harassment. >> she says she had no plans to change the way she dresses. instead, she is calling of the jets and the nfl to make changes so the citrus region does not happen again. wbal-tv 11 news. >> now, your 11 insta-weather + forecast with tom tasselmyer. >> in morning the temperature of at 56 degrees was a couple degrees below normal and an afternoon high of 80 degrees. a pretty typical mid-september day. changing that september 13th to the september 14th. 81 degrees at the inner harbor. a record high of 94 degrees. around the beltway, of for 70's and fairly common.
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around clarksville and pikes bill. 80 in friedrichs town. nice and cool and comfortable out at mchenry. the warmup area is a down on the lower eastern shore. western winds prevented any kind of a sea breeze today. that is bringing the warm air on land where it is now 83 on the beach. it is expected to be a decent evening outside. though 50's in the color suburbs -- in the outer suburbs. high pressure moving in from the upper midwest. there are some clouds and scattered showers. generally dry conditions stretching from the mid-atlantic after the northern plains states. that means another really nice day with sunshine, low
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humidity, and 77-82 with a west breeze tomorrow. the tropics are very stormy, but thankfully the storms right now are far from land. they may -- that may change as this monster here from a hurricane igor is moving closer. right around the eye, when their estimated at 145 miles per hour. julia has become a hurricane with signs of strengthening. it is trying to make its way up to the bermuda. . 145 mile per wins with igor. a category four storm will be teetering almost up to category five levels. wind speeds up above 155 miles per hour will make it a category five. it is forecasted to be near bermuda sometime over the weekend. still a major hurricane with 150 mile per hour winds. although the center of the storm
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is forecasted to be near bermuda, that is a few days away and could be as far to the west as over here or as far to the east as 200 miles off of bermuda. that is something to keep an eye on. 80 degrees tomorrow and 80 degrees on thursday. mostly dry conditions until thursday evening when a few showers may pop up. it will clear up on friday and the evening looks great. sunshine saturday and sunday with-79-81. >> walmart will assume that sell their own brand of cell phone. it will run on t mobil usa network. unlimited talking and testing will cost $45. it will go on sale next week. they are everywhere you look these days. people are talking and taxing. -- texting.
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we have some surprising answers. >> after just moving to town, she is shopping for a new fund to keep in touch with her friends back in new york. >> if i could see them, that would be great. >> according to the nielsen survey, women talk much more than men. >> the girls are probably using a little bit more. >> not a little bit, but 3.5 hours each month for an average of over 14 hours spent talking and the fun. >> probably because we like to chat more and have more things to say. >> women also text more. >> i do not text near as much as my friends. >> not -- no surprise that teenagers when with an average of nearly 2000 messages per month. >> everyone wants to keep in touch all the time. >> that is how they make their plans, you know?
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that is how i am able to communicate with him. >> african-americans talk on their cell phones more than any other group. >> i like a keyboard. >> using an average of 1300 voice minutes per month. >> is easier to pick up your phone and taxed than call. >> they lead other ethnic groups to the number of tax messages sent and received. >> people just do not talk as much as they used to when you could just text. >> short and to the point even if the phone bill is not. >> as far as the region's go, texans are some of the chadian people. they spent an average of 800 minute per month talking on their bonds and send and receive more than 500 text messages per month. one grocery chain is starting to focusing on the seafood environmental impact. it is rating them green, yellow,
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or red. red means there are concerns about how the food is caught or to be sustained. whole foods also say they plan to stop the sale of red raided food by earth day 2013. that is your consumer alert. >> you will probably pay more because it is almost depleted. if you have not cast your ballot, you had two hours left. >> several all the contested races under way right now. we have live team coverage coming up 6:00 p.m. >> the girls of noted dame prep kicked off their celebration. i have details on that coming about.
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my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no.
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no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress.
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>> ebner dame prep khadaffy. anniversary today. they are celebrating 50 years at their current location. >> they moved back in 1960. can they see was that today's celebration. -- kim bassey was at the celebration. >> the school has been around for more than one century but tuesday marks the 50th anniversary of moving the school from charles street to hampden lane. >> the beauty and of ndp is that we are rooted in tradition. many of them have stayed the same.
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we have been able to respond to the needs of the time. >> and included a parade of banners from graduating class is and a special liturgical ceremony. back in makes me feel happy that i can be here. it makes me feel more connected to the class is gone before me. >> the students that a time capsule and will vary their own this year to mark the anniversary. >> we'll put in the spiritual items and other items. >> not only will i remember this year for ever as my senior year, but everyone will remember my class as the seniors from the 50th anniversary year. >> the girls will learn about their predecessors and where traditions come from which will give them a better understanding of where they are going in the future. >> understanding history tradition allows us to have a
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vision for the future and continue to keep the spirit alive. with the celebration does not end here. they have celebrations going on. , wbal-tv 11 news. >> i am devereaux we are live in pikesville. who will win county executive? >> voter turnout is said to be a key to victory in the city state attorney race. he may find the numbers pathetically low in the baltimore. >> turnout is not turning it so well on this primary day. i am lisa robinson with that story coming up. >> live, local, late breaking. this is wbal-tv 11 news at 6:00 p.m. in hd. >> a good evening, everyone. primary election day in maryland


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