tv 11 News Sunrise NBC September 22, 2010 5:30am-6:00am EDT
>> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back. i am stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. let's check the weather and traffic. >> summer does not want to go away. the next three days, the temperature will be way above average. maybe near 90 in some places. today is the last day of summer, ironically. it will feel like summertime is hanging on. yesterday at this time we were in the 40's and low 50's.
we were talking about taking jackets. 63 right now at the airport. we're shooting for a high temperature of 86 this afternoon. there is a possibility of some showers or thunderstorms after 3:00 p.m. most of the day will be dry. we will flip to the other direction by the beginning of next week. you'll feel fall by then. >> we are watching one thing on the west side. there is some police activity just passed frederick road. we will let you know if any lanes are closed. speed sensors on southbound 95 is coming in at 55 miles per hour. problem-free on the north and west side. the j.f.x. and harrisburg expressway look good.
mount vernon was closed in both directions at st. paul. a quick live look at traffic shows things are running very well on 795. delay-free all the way down to the beltway. 50 at centerpoint shows the toll plaza looking great. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> if you're having difficulty finding a job, you are not alone. >> about 7000 people and lost their jobs last month. jennifer franciotti is live with more details. >> shakira the job market is very -- the job market is very frustrating. one economist said the job market always lags behind recovery. gedk a towson landmark chan hands.
once a thriving entertainment complex was auctioned off. the sale coincided with the release of discouraging dated. the numbers show maryland's unemployment rate rose to 7.3% in august. maryland and florida are the only two states there recorded in increase in unemployment last month. >> it is a trend or a is a zig for a zag. >> bob ehrlich said today's jobs report reaffirms the o'malley administration does not understand how to create jobs for maryland families. martin o'malley weighed in and said he understands the frustration of marylanders, which is why the state expanded its job search website.
it allows jobs seekers to post their resumes. it is important to note the unemployment rate has dropped since the recession reportedly ended. >> at the labor market will always lag the recovery. the economic output has increased consecutively. the labor market has not caught up with that. firms have been at squeezing more productivity out of the existing workers. >> to make things easier, we have provided a link to the maryland workforce exchange. it is on our website, wbaltv.com. just click on project economy. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> an accident could have been worse. a truck slammed into a utility pole. we were over the scene yesterday on the philadelphia
road in joppatowne. nobody was hurt. traffic was shut down for several hours. >> three suspects accused of killing ken harris. the man who identified the three men took the stand. he told the court he saw surveillance video of the suspects on line. he identified charles mcganey from a profile image. on the heels of last week's shooting at johns hopkins hospital, all hospitals are urged to have a plan if they face a similar situation. fred bealefeld announced plans to meet three times a year to enforce security protocols. >> and then we want to make sure
we can invest in some kind of training, whether through the federal government or local, or every organization is speaking the same language. >> the department is still reviewing the protocols that were filed last week at hopkins. something unusual will happen on thursday. >> a case involves a felony theft. the suspect made his living as a lawyer. we're asking, where is the money? here is jayne miller. >> it has been a painful six years. he was injured in a car accident. she has had three surgeries and is not done yet. >> and now find out i need another surgery on my back because almost the same condition is happening. my legs are giving out. >> if she had hoped to receive
workers' compensation benefits. the accident occurred while she was on the job. she won her claim. is that your signature? >> no. >> the allegation is that you've forged checks. >> following the money trail. >> i have done this for 33 years and i have never seen anything like this. >> maryland is the first state to require students to learn about the environment as part of their regular studies. environmental lessons are part of the curriculum in environmental science. these lessons are needed in schools throughout maryland. they have decided to hold off on forcing students to pass an environmental course in order to
graduate. that brings us to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. what do you think of a plan to make environmental education a required part of the school curriculum? e-mail your response to email@example.com. again, that is firstname.lastname@example.org. >> 62 degrees on tv hill. is the united states ready for a public health emergency. we will tell you about a new report. >> at pregnant women need to get screen for diabetes sooner rather than later. >> on 95 in harford county, we are tracking a new accident. are tracking a new accident. we'll
maryland science center. it is warmer than it was yesterday. we'll see a mixture of sunshine and a few clouds. we will see a high temperature of 86. we will come back and check the seven-day forecast and see what is on tap for the weekend. for now, to the news desk. >> credit women with large waistline and high -- pregnant women have a higher risk of developing gestational diabetes. doctors say it with the rising trends in obesity, earlier tests for gestational diabetes are needed. of donald obesity -- of the obesity correctly predicted diabetes. >> inouye report from the center
for disease control found all 50 states have the ability to look into reports seven days a week. 90% were able to fire up emergency ops centers. most areas were proficient in detecting biological agents. >> 62 degrees on tv hill. coming up, keith mills will join us live with the latest in the sports world. >> the baltimore book festival is kicking off of this weekend. they have 200 authors. they have 200 authors.
>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. two overturned vehicles coming in. we started harford county just passed aberdeen. there is an overturned vehicle that is blocking one lane. watch for delays. meantime, another overturn vehicle, and overturned tractor trailer in the westbound direction approaching woodbine road. watch for delays at the scene. just past frederick road, there is a police activity that could tie you up. there is a problem on westbound 50 at the bay bridge.
there is debris blocking a lane. this is a live view of traffic. this is in the aberdeen area. no sign of the accident there, but we'll monitor that shot. there is a buildup of volume in frederick. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. good morning. >> we have a delay on the brunswick line, at 10 minutes late. light rail and metro subway are both on time. the 24 and 64 bus are a few minutes late. look for the five bus diverting at central because of construction. now back to tony pann. good morning. >> we have a touch of summer in the seven-day forecast. first we say good morning to sandra shaw downtown previewing
the book festival. >> we're doing great. basically the theater is one of more than 100 exhibitors in addition to the 200 authors that will be here for the baltimore book festival. you might be asking why the wig? what is the significance? the wig is important. it is an understudy wig. >> most people are home resting. tell us about this. you have not been around too long. we will run some video from the baltimore book festival the >> it is a theater group that is
intended to give a voice to folks who have found themselves outside the mainstream of society. we have authors and artists and we have an exclusive group. you will see a lot of different things coming from us. >> you have a preview for your next presentation. >> joseph elrich will be doing a snippet of his apartment to under 13. >> thank you. that is for the iron crow theater, one of the many groups you will see out here. too active over baltimore. we have an approaching system. it will feel like summer. it feels better today than it did yesterday. is much more comfortable. >> yesterday we were in the 40's
and 50's. that is another study behind you? >> the wig is resting, which is appropriate for this time of the morning. >> i am sure it is a big performance. thank you. we will see more of the wonderful stuff at the baltimore book festival. is much warmer than yesterday, about 10 degrees warmer. most areas or in the 60 plus. you might want to ticket light jacket. we will jump into the 80's today. -- you might want to take a light jacket. we could see some scattered thunderstorms off to our northwest. a cold front will move through overnight. we will see an increased chance for some showers and thunderstorms. we could use the rain. high pressure is just off shore. it will stay away during the
daylight hours. we will see some summertime heat. high temperatures in the mid 80's. a mixture of sunshine and clouds. we could see some thunderstorms after 3:00 p.m. today. the front will move through tonight. takesutumnal equinox place tonight. seven-day forecast looks like this. the heat will stay with us through the end of the week. we have a chance for a thunderstorm each day in the afternoon. we have a chance for some showers each day during the weekend and attorney much cooler as we head into the beginning of next week. the temperature will fall back into the 60's. >> three men are recovering after two separate shootings. the first happened in northeast
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>> time to get to one of your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- what do you think of a plan to make environmental education a required part of the school curriculum? keep e-mailing those responses to email@example.com we will read more of your responses in the next hour and post all of them on the front page of our website. >> good morning, everybody. the ravens are back on the practice field as they get ready to face the cleveland browns. john harbaugh will be later in the wallet. he was fined $15,000 for impermissible contact with ron
marinucci. ouched the ref. the r last night, you can see the hit by terrell suggs. he understands what the league finds him. >> you cannot touch end official. the league has ruled for a reason. i respect and i have no problem with that. >> you can catch the show every week on wbal-plus , channel 208 on comcast. the orioles will not make the playoffs. they're having a direct say on who will. they are doing a number on the chance of the boston red sox. the birds beat the red sox last night. tied at 1. fair or foul?
the foul pole is called the johnny pesky paul and it stays inside. they get to jonathan papelbon. luke scott and nick markakis trots in. matt wieters has a wild pitch. 9-1, the orioles win. home opener for the ravens on sunday. this is the first game that meant something at m&t bank since december 20 last year. they are due. no question. >> here is a look ahead to our next hour dust a shipping company is accused of dumping waste into our waters. >> a maryland candidate dies in a hit-and-run accident. we'll have details. >> in massachusetts police department is handing out citations and instructions on -stress.o stree
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.
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