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the poll shows overall still a tight race. but political observers note that bob ehrlich has a lead with independent voters. >> the poll indicates that 27% of voters not affiliated with either of the major parties support bob ehrlich. the survey considers the governor's race a tossup. there is a new blistering attack that paid by the republican governors association in support of ehrlich. >> with martin o'malley as governor -- christmas political tv ad cuts martin o'malley and his -- >> this political tv ad cuts martin o'malley and his track record to pieces. ehrlich 50% tog 47%, a statistical tie considering the margin of error. then the service gets
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interesting. 45% consider the economy the number one issue. out of that category of voters, o'malley has a 56% to 42% lead over ehrlich. 84% of republicans support burleith. -- support ehrlich. >> because montgomery county's voda solarte, a small percentage -- mcrae counties -- because vote is socounty's large, small percentage can be big. >> 75% of those surveyed know someone out of work. >> o'malley past of the largest tax increase in history.
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a 20% sales tax hike. >> the television ad plays into those economic concerns, portraying o'malley as a political leader responsible for these hardships. >> now o'malley says he is open for raising taxes again. martin o'malley, higher taxes, fewer jobs, moving maryland backwards. >> what each candidate needs to do is separate himself from the other in terms of policy. >> the republican governors association at starts running to more. o'malley said attacking burleith credibility regarding taxes and fees will be polled on tuesday. it has come under fire by maryland public television officials because it uses their footage from a public affairs program. the campaign spokesman says that to the concern had nothing to do with pulling the ads. >> also, there is a pull on the maryland senate race between barbara mikulski and republican
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barrett worked on. mikulski remains well ahead of her challenger. our coverage continues online at any time. in addition to complete primary results, we have candidate profiles, a fact check reports, and much more. just go to and -- just go to and click on politics. >> we have some breaking news to pass along to you. baltimore city police are investigating two shootings that have sent five people to the hospital. the first capital just after 10:00 p.m. in east baltimore at the intersection of preston street and homewood avenue. and man and woman were shot. homicide has been called in. we will give you more as information becomes available to us. three people were rushed to the hospital after shots were fired around 8:30 p.m. and happened at the inception of stahl plays and 10th street. one was hit in the stomach and
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the other was hit in the fight. all three are expected to survive. witnesses are being questioned at this hour. but there is no word on a suspect or motive. >> the man accused of beating an hispanic to death because of his race has been indicted. 19-year-old jermaine holly has been charged with a hate crime. he beat martin raised to death in august because he hated mexicans. an arraignment is set for next month. officials say that the doctor when it in last thursday's shooting is improving and is in good condition. detectives said that dr. cohen was shot in the abdomen by 50- year-old paul pardus after briefing him of his mother's medical condition. investors say that pardus shot and killed his mother and then turned the gun on himself >> a 34-year-old woman is accused of beating her and to death. -- beating her aunt to death.
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according to court documents, simmons called 911 friday night to report she had attacked her on, but did not know why. police say that -- her aunt, but did not know why. police say that they found her sitting in the dining room and the victim lying on the floor. >> she beat her with a club device used for locking automobile steering wheels. >> the owner of a gas station could spend life behind bars. it took less than two hours to convict him. he was found guilty of first- degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder. his wife and four others are also charged with first-degree murder. >> family and friends are mourning the loss of a harvard
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county freshman. students returned to school after friday night's accident whe. >> we are getting new details about why there is a football star at austin time with a deadly decision to try to cross busy route 24 in bellaire friday. ron howard used to coach joe d'entremont, but he felt more like a big brother to the freshmen. >> he was amazing. from head to toe, joey had "amazing" written on him. >> whenever julie did, he was going to be great. >> -- whatever joey did, he was good to be great. >> whenever you were upset, he was the person to go to appear i. he always knew what to say pierre >> he was trying to -- he
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always knew what to say. >> he was trying to cross the road. state police say that he tried to cross, walking in front of a car waiting to turn left. that may have blocked him from a northbound suburu that ended up hitting him. >> summit would have to do something intentionally. he was -- someone would have to do something intentionally. he was too good of a human being. >> we all try to jump the gun. if a car sees me, it will stop. that is what i said. >> dillon myers says that his brother was with dr. month when it happened. -- was with d'entremonwhen it happened. state police are still investigating the incident. the driver who hit d'entremont has not been charged. >> funeral arrangements for joey
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d'entremont are as follows. services will be at mountain road from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and then again on wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 a.m. -- 12:00 p.m. the family is asking for donations to the school athletic program. >> brett rosenberg was hit by car while crossing pch in malibu calif. -- malvo, california. he moved to california two months ago for a job -- in malibu, california. he moved to california two months ago for a job. >> sweet, lovely boy, beautiful manners, just kind of an inch ran on his face, loved his mama and daddy, love his sister. >> rosenberg had stopped in the
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median on the highway but was hit when he step further into traffic. he went to college and graduate school at wieckhorst university. the ravens assistant coaches facing dui charges for the second time this year. maryland state police said that an assistant linemen -- line coach was pulled over for speeding on the beltway early saturday morning. he is charged with seven motor vehicle violations, including driving under the influence. he was also charged with dui in may of this year. [bell ringing] >> a call for an official end to the recession sent stocks soaring today. the nasdaq and assembly ended the day at four-month highs. -- the nasdaq and the s&p ended the day at a four-month highs.
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it ended in june of last year. this word comes despite a very shaky housing sector and relatively high and employment. the national bureau of economic research says that it is the longest recession since the great depression. for many americans, it is hard to believe it is over. >> we suffered such large job losses. but it will take two years to three years until the economy gets back to where it was in 2007. that will be very long and painful. >> economists recognize that it may be hard to believe that the recession ended last year. but they point out that the unemployment rate has dropped since the recession and it appeared >> with news of an end to the recession, president -- since the recession ended. >> with news of an end to the recession, president obama met
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-- >> i am waiting, sir. i do not feel it yet. >> the economy will be a deciding factor in the coming elections. the primary and it -- the primary indicator for most americans is not budging. >> i can describe what is happening to the economy overall. but if you are out of work right now, the only thing you will be hearing is when do i get a job? >> well, have the vote after november's election to keep steering the economic recovery? we would like to know what you think about all this. we put together a survey. you can go to and click on project economy. >> could the flu shot keep yousef from more than just the flu? >> would you eat a genetically- altered fisher? you may see the so-called frankenfish at your supermarket. >> i see many women breaking up
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with acne. >> we will tell you a new weapon in the battle for beautiful skin. >> the deadly effects that igor has had on the east coast. >> there are some chilly temperatures on the way. the forecast is coming up. it is 62 degrees at the airport and 68 degrees in downtown
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>> 20 people from 16 countries were welcomed as u.s. citizens. [laughter] [applause] >> if you are one of those people who always get the flu shot, we have some good news. it is not completely known why, but researchers in england said that those who regularly get the seasonal flu shot have a 19% lower risk of having a heart attack. the study shows her that the earlier in autumn it is given, the higher the percentage. the h1n1 pandemic last year caused an increased number of neurological complications in children. they found a higher incidence of seizures in kids who caught the swine flu. researchers have looked into whether the same holds true for
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those. >> there is a bright blue light. it is under acnes zapping treatment you could have in your home. >> some days it is impossible to put your best face forward and teenagers are not the only ones desperate for clears can peer >> i see a ton of women between the ages of 25 and 50 who are breaking out with acting. they say it is not fair. >> eric bernstein says that doctors still have not pinpointed what causes acne. he believes hormones, dive, and stress play an important role. acne is difficult to cure. on top of that, patients do not want treatments such as ours chemicals. how about this as a natural approach. it is a simple blue light, nothing else. >> this is real scientific stuff. >> -- >> when we administer blue light, it gets absorbent creates
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a free radical release to kill the acne bacteria. >> dr. bernstein does not sell it. but he is a spokesman for the company that makes it. there are no doctors visits required. he says to expect to see a 70% improvement in two weeks. bombs,bumps, little's the acne that most people get. >> but it is not the kind of acne that cause heart pimples. he says to use another and home device that applies heat to the people. the blue light device was cleared in january. reviews on the internet are generally good, but some users complained that defense force that comes with the device dried out their skin -- complained that the treatment that comes with the device and dried out their scam. >> it is strong enough to have
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an effect. >> in the at home acne treatment system is sold in department stores. it is also on the internet. it costs about $300. you have to replace cartridges and they begin at $40. a super sammons could soon be on the shelves. -- a super salmon could soon be on the shelves. it looks and tastes like any other, but it is injected with a growth hormone to grow faster and bigger. >> sustainable source of high quality seafood protein, closer to populations. in essence, you have fresh fish closer to the cities where the fish is consumed. >> if the fish would require specific labeling, that is being asked. this could lead to pagan and
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cattle resistant to mad cow disease. >> the island nation of bermuda is drying out tonight. beaches on the east coast remain on high alert. hurricane igor is causing rip currents along the seaboard as it moves to the north atlantic. it is being blamed for the death of a surfer in north carolina over the weekend. power lines and trees were brought down. but there have been -- but the nation has avoided serious injuries or deaths. >> it is -- as igor begins to wind down, another one might be forming. lisa could be on the board in the next day or two. highs were in the 70's. the low at bwi marshall, the current to mature as 62 degrees. around the region, the skies are still clear.
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dry air, clear skies, and dry wind should be a good day tomorrow. it is 50 degrees in frederick. it is -- is 58 degrees in frederick. even on the boardwalk in ocean city is a little chilly this evening. suburbs,d, 40's in the and sunrise at 653 am -- 6:53 a.m. we were in the 90's ave. we may get close to the 90- degree mark before the week is over. you will see some thunderstorms pop up to the north and west of baltimore wednesday evening. there may be an isolated thunderstorm in our area thursday and friday as the temperatures start to climb a
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bit. sunny skies, low humidity, 77 degrees to 72 degrees. south wind on the bay will be fairly light. western maryland may see a couple of valleys. i around the bay, temperatures in the upper 70's with sunny skies from sun up to sunset and hardly a club to be found. -- and hardly a cloud to be found. rip currents are still there risk because igor is still moving away. it is well to the north of bermuda now. this is now a tropical depression no. 14. it is forecast to strengthen and become a tropical storm lisa as the wind gets up over 40 m.p.h. and look at how far out in the atlantic estes. it will become a healthy
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tropical storm, but it is expected to stay out in the eastern part of the atlantic. it will be 79 degrees jamarr. there may be a thunderstorm wednesday evening -- it will be 79 degrees tomorrow. there may be a thunderstorm wednesday evening. >> john harbaugh may find a good outcome to the loss. we will explain next in sports. >> dunites jackpot has -- $750ht's jackpot has million. the numbers are 31, 34, 16, 2,
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37, and 42. that makes your numbers 31, 34, 16, 2, 37, and 42. the jackpot will climb up to more than $1 million if no one gets all six numbers. check out to the maryland lottery on facebook and twitter. the maryland
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>> i spent five and is listening to a talk show today. you will hear people who want to blame or give up on joe flacco. but you will not find anyone ready to do so at ravens camp. he had a general slow start to the season and has drawn the ire of fans. no position is more extreme than quarterback. a few games can separate him from may nightmare. >> four interceptions is too much. joe would be the first to tell you he wants to play better.
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the wide receivers and the running backs and the defense are all saying some things. that goes for everybody. i will not single out one guy. i guarantee a, every single person has singled one guy out. would you think that is? themselves. >> harbaugh will be fined for making physical contact with line charge john bernard j. -- john maranucci. touching officials for any reason is forbidden. if you want to see what soured harbaugh's mood, you can go to the broadcast there's at midnight.
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every week, we ask you to select the high school game of the week. you do the voting. there are four games to choose from this week. there is the all-carol showdown this week. with only 13 games left, boston's playoff hopes party look bad. the orioles beat the red sox tonight 3-2. they were tied at 2 in the sixth inning. jet lauer was out at the plate. top of the seventh inning, nick
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scored.himarkakis good night for the birds as they say goodnight to boston. there was -- there were certain mismatches in football. ohio state had a 43-7 win. but the craziest action to put before kickoff. the-line fors bruno's and slammed the ohio state mascot to the turf. then ohio's mask that followed rutus in the end zone. security guards removed ohio's
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mascot from the field. he has been stripped of his costume. he said he only wanted the job in the first place so he could be up brutus.
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thold gibbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs
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and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. >> there is a chance for scattered thunderstorms wednesday through as we go into
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fall, we use a warm-up to 90 degrees. >> that is right. >> bouquet, fall is definitely falling. -- ok, fall is definitely falling. thank you for joining us.
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bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. [ cheers and applause ]


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