tv 11 News at Noon NBC September 24, 2010 12:00pm-12:30pm EDT
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. >> this is wbal tv 11 news at munich in hd. >> good afternoon. we begin with breaking news this afternoon. more than half a dozen students were injured after their bus was involved with an accident -- in an accident. the six students from middle veil elementary school and the bus driver were taken to
hospital. we are told all of the injuries are minor and they have now been released. the driver of the s.t.v. was taken to shock trauma. -- the driver of the suv was taken to shock trauma. a driver of a third vehicle was also taken to the hospital. jennifer franciotti has more on the family who is suing the school district for bullying. >> according to the lawsuit is three counts of negligent of rights and two counts of grossman -- gross negligence. a sixth grade student at the middle school was bullied by a group of students starting in december 2007. it states he suffered violence, including being stabbed and stuck with pencils and drumsticks, and being pushed into -- pushed and slammed into lockers and other such
intolerable cruelty. the incidences of bullying have become more widespread around the country. baltimore held a conference on it this week and touched on the issue of how it affects their schools and policies. >> we have a positive approach to problems such as bullying. we look at problems in a three tier fashion. >> the problem -- the idea is to action before it escalates. >> before there is an anxiety disorder or traumatic disorder or depression. >> the faculty -- the lawsuit alleges that the faculty did not step in and that the boy suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and had to be placed in a different school as a result. >> a spokesman from the howard county school system said they just got a caught -- a copy of
the lawsuit, but cannot comment on the investigation. 19-year-old martez tyrell brooks is accused of shooting a man and a woman in front of greenmount cemetery monday night. the male victim is in critical the condition after being shot three times in the chest. the woman was shot in the leg. an unidentified male victim was shot around 10:00 a.m. yesterday in front of a home on the 1500 block on north broadway. he was taken to hospital, but did not survive. a search has been ongoing since the first assault in june, but now police say they have found the man responsible, 24-year- old lamont harazin. >> detectives had an interview with him a week ago, but did not have enough evidence to charge him. however, dna swabs were taken
and those were compared and the biology of our unit determined that he was, in fact, the one involved in those crimes. >> there are other crimes that could be connected to him. about $100,000 in the settlement of the crash of the chesapeake bay bridge in 2008. a man died while his tractor- trailer -- while his tractor went into a barrier and then into the bay to avoid a car that swerved in his direction. 29-year-old lieutenant brendan maloney was one of nine u.s. personnel killed in the chopper crashed on tuesday. federal services will be held next thursday at st. john the baptist catholic church. a week will be held at the church that night before. -- a wake will be held at the
church the night before. you can see this prep week burglar -- you can see the burglar that has been dubbed the preppy burglar breaking into a home on this video. someone recognized him and notified police. crews will prepare a 20-inch main beginning saturday night. some could experience low water pressure or cloudy water during repairs. it should take about 12 hours, meaning water should be restored by sunday afternoon. health care reform is in full swing across the nation. college students who did not have coverage before will now be able to stay on their parents' policy until they're 26. however, there is -- there are still hurdles for those whose
parents are not insured and for those whose insurance is too expensive. for more on how the new health reform laws will affect you, there's a copy at wbaltv.com. just click on medical alert. the various series -- a very serious type of condition as our athletes to the hill. experts are expecting congress to move forward with legislation that would educate the students, coaches and parents about concussion. >> he can work to change his culture so that it is just as unacceptable to play someone who is concussed as it is to withhold water. >> experts call for all schools to give their athletes baseline, been tipped?
cognitive tests. -- cognitive tests. a new law that when families as could have saved a family member. >> impossible, in national. -- imaginable. difficult, very difficult. >> nearly six months later they are trying to raise awareness about bike safety. they have right -- they have organized an event that will include a 42, 20, and a 10-mile ride. for more information on his story or bicycle safety, go to our website. wbaltv.com, just click on local news. coming up, a look al local a
see people coming from the house. when officers went inside, they found four people dead, including the woman they believe was the shooter. they believe all of the victims are related. the woman that ran out of the house is said to have had non- life threatening injuries. fire officials in san diego's a woman was getting into her car when it exploded. she was taken to a burn center. that is under investigation. a one-acre fire in denver is about 90% contained. no word on what sparked the flames. no more avandia on the shelves. find out why in this medical alert. >> we are still hot and humid. the forecast going into the weekend is just ahead.
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>> in this afternoon's health alert, a diabetes drug called avandia will no longer be available. the fda says it will only give it -- only be given to type do diabetes patients and only -- type ii diabetes patients and only after they have run out of other options. it has been linked to cardiovascular problems. meanwhile, the drug maker has stopped production altogether. glaxosmithkline has released a statement saying that it is still a good drug for certain types of diabetes and is working with the fda.
blood samples taken from a light or deep tissue massage show a decrease in stress hormones. in addition, a rise in the number of white blood cells, which is partly the -- part of the body's immune system. exterminators are taking hundreds of calls a day from people asking how to get rid of it stink bugs. >> howard county got an influx of listing but a few days ago >> it is so gross because they hit you in the face and they're all over. >> bigger rival, the windows and even inside the house. -- in the arias, the windows and even inside the house. >> i cannot get rid of them. they keep coming back. >> stink bugs are native to asia and were first spotted in the
u.s. about 10 years ago, but only made an appearance in our area of the last couple of years. they like cooler days -- warmer days and cooler nights. right now they're looking for places to hibernate for the winter. >> up in the crevices of the house. >> the odor that the stink bug produces is actually what attracts them back to the same place each year. greg it does tend to get worse each year. -- >> it does tend to get worse each year it is better to nip them in the bud as quickly as you can. the industry is looking for a type of control measure to be more successful. case -- in terry's denied >> it was an infestation. >> do not expect it to get
better in time soon. >> while there is no real cure for the stink bug issue right now, they should reduce after the first frost. but they will come out in the spring and it starts all over again. >> let's take a look at our radar/satellite combination. we still have some haze in the air and part of that is air pollutants and the moisture in the atmosphere. the humidity has gone way up. this is just like a summer day and we are in early autumn. this band of clouds now east of chicago and for the most part moving toward detroit', has a few rain showers in it. that front is mostly
dissipating. when it comes through. will be most likely dry sometime tomorrow morning. a heat wave after that friend goes through. we have been talking about how hot it has been. july to the price at 20 days 90 or hotter. so far we have had five days at 94 warmer in august -- in september. it looks like today will be six. a little cooler at ocean town. westminster did not checking in the past hour. 90 in frederick. loh 80's in mchenry and frostburg. satellite picture shows clouds overhead and here is this weather disturbance in canada, all tied to this front in the
west. it is not very active, though. clouds are just not generating. with all of this humidity would think that something was going on, but it is just not happening at all. when this front comes through in less than 24 hours it will have little or no rain with it at all. but the air will cool. today, mostly sunny. unseasonably hot and humid, southwest wind that 5 to 15. the dewpoint is right near 70 and that means very humid. 1995, the afternoon temperature range. -- 90-95 the afternoon temperature range. 7:00 p.m. is sense that now. -- is sunset now. down in the tropics is where we have all of our storm activity.
it looks like tropical storm matthew is going to take a turn to the north. something tells me it developed and there -- something else may develop down there. tropical storm ely's is way down indialantic. here is what -- is way down in the atlantic. here is what happens to matthew over the next five days. it does not move much at all. it is -- it just gets stuck over the yucatan peninsula, diminishes in strength. it maybe not you or something else that comes up the eastern seaboard in more than seven days. we will see how that plays out. to the west of us, this front, not much rain with it as it approaches this evening. by tomorrow morning we may just have a band of scattered clouds as the front goes through. but the key is the humidity will
drop and the temperatures will not climb as high. by sunday morning, though, we see some activity to the south. clouds moving into the picture and rain coming up as well. by sunday night into monday, our rain chances will be increasing. the football game in the afternoon on sunday, clouds and son for the forecast -- clouds and sunshine for the forecast. today, 92, humid air dry. tomorrow looks rain-free. fairly decent rain chances monday, tuesday, and wednesday. then we try out for the remainder of the week. >> actress lindsay lohan is going back to jail after failing her first drug test after being released from rehab. >> just weeks after being released from jail and drug
rehab, it is déjà vu for lindsay lohan, who was ordered to appear before a beverly hills judge this morning for violating her probation. last week she admitted on twitter to feeling a court ordered the drug test. she wrote, "regrettably, i did feel the drug test and i am prepared to appear before the judge next week." this after tmz reported that she tested positive for cocaine the judge said she would be sent to jail for 30 days if she missed or failed a test. what punishment she gets is up to the judge. >> if someone relapses, they need more treatment. they do not need more jail time. >> the start of the movie machete was released last month after serving time in the rehab
for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do. why is roman meal bread nutritious? two slices provide at least sixteen grams of whole grains and an excellent source of calcium. roman meal bread: great taste and nutrition since nineteen-twelve. >> coming up today on oprah, waiting for monday's superman follow-up, facebook's ceo is ready to make a groundbreaking
announcement. tonight, details on how you can properly dispose of unwanted medications. and now, your maryland lottery midday pick three and picked four numbers. >> let's play your pick three games. here we go. that is a 9, followed by 0. the next number is 7, making your picked three making9, 0, 7. -- making your picked three numbers 9, 0, 7.
moving on to your pick for the first member is 3 moving on to 5. and then a 2 and the last one is 3. recapping that for you, 3, 5, 2, 3. >> 92 the high today. humans are just like -- and he made, just like a july or august date. eri are near the end of september. it tamara, -- here we are at the end of september. tomorrow, warm and dry.
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