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to stop the men in the honda. the jive or took off and crashing into another vehicle. it was a very fiery end to a situation that started around police tried to pull over a honda. the man inside sped away and slammed into a jeep. both cars went through a fence and down and in bank meant. the jeep's driver was critically injured and his female passenger was killed. the suspects also died in the crash. court records reveal both men had a long history with the police. police say officers were already in the area. >> the officers followed the vehicle for some time, which got them to the intersection of northern parkway and york, at which time the vehicle collided with another vehicle.
>> the man who was critically injured was taken to shock trauma and listed in critical condition. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police say somebody shot a man in northeast baltimore. the victim was found that hugo avenue and 28th street. he died at the hospital. someone shot a man a mile from that homicide tuesday night. officers responded and found a man suffering a gunshot wound. homicide detectives were called. police are looking for the suspect of a shooting in a glen burnie gas station. a truck pulled up to a car early tuesday morning and fired two shots and took off. officials believe the victim was
targeted. suspects are being look for after a deadly robbery. at happened at a home in north east. the suspects broke into the home and shot two men. one victim later died. the other victim is listed in critical condition. clear ae are looking to backlog of gun applications. they will not enforce the new licenses to anyone who submits an application by monday. police are receiving about 1000 applications a day. troopers will not enforce the new requirements on applications submitted within the next six days. suedformer employee who
john leopold has reached a settlement in the case. 10,000. awarded her $1 she claimed discrimination and retaliation. a judge convicted leopold of misconduct in office earlier this year. >> 47 degrees at the airport. >> what does... is he have to do with the funding health-care reform -- what does duck dnasty have to do with funding health-care reform? >> a big custom car show coming back to baltimore this weekend. we will talk to some of these owners when
running without delay. beltway start from the into town on the j.f.x. 48 miles per hour at the fort mchenry. running smoothly to and from the key bridge. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. ava marie joins us now from pamlico talking about cars -- pimlico. >> a big car show is coming back for the second year. you may have heard about it before. we have some beautiful cars behind us this weekend. we are falling into the 40's across the suburbs. we have to watch the weekend for a chance for rain. that will be important for the car show. these cartalk to
owners. you have this view full gold car. >> this is a 1929 ford. it has a buick engine. it has stereo, bluetooth, pandora, air-conditioning, leather interior. it is a fun car to drive. >> vintage on the outside. we come over here to bob from stevensville. ron from glendale. talk about your car. >> 1955 chevrolet del ray. it was called a mild custom. it has the original engine. standard transmission. i have had it for 23 years. >> wow. that is neat.
this beautiful yellow car. you are from stevensville. >> this is a 1934 ford. this has been on the road for a long time. i have had it for 18 years. automatic transmission. we have had it out to california a couple of times. it is an enjoyable car to drive. the 800-s a taste of plus cars you will see. we will post all of the information on our website. they do not make things now like they used to back then. these cars look better than my current car. >> i love when they modernize the cars so they have more horsepower. love it. >> it has pandora and bluetooth.
>> that is fantastic. thank you, ava. a little high, thin cloud cover showing up on the satellite. yesterday was almost completely sunny. a pretty nice day still. we have some showers coming up through north carolina and tennessee and they are trying to move north but they are not able to because of high pressure. high pressure will still be the dominating factor. the storm has produced some very heavy rain in florida and off the carolina coast. most of the computer models have it too far offshore to affect baltimore. 45 in parkton. 51 in easton.
take a light jacket or sweater to start the day. 71 andmperature between 76. sunrise this morning and 6:57. they might be a few clouds hanging around but no rain tomorrow. temperature is going to go down this weekend. just a slight chance for maybe a couple of showers on sunday. >> thank you, tony. we turn back to ted cruz. take a live teacher from the senate floor. that is marco rubio currently talking. the senator is not expected to derail plans to prevent a government shutdown. hallie jackson is live. the senate still plans to vote today. >> right. is basically on the
wall. it doesn't look like he has enough republican support to do that. >> do you like green eggs and ham? >> in between quoting dr. seuss -- >> most things can be fixed with duct tape and extension cords. that is actually very true. >> the freshman senator hammered home his point. >> all across this country, americans are suffering because of obamacare. >> he supports a bill that would strip funding from the health care bill. >> the senate will not pass any bill that delays obamacare. >> senate democrats are expected to take out the part of the bill that would gut health reform. senator cruz hopes to delay a procedural vote. harry reid promises that vote will move forward today.
>> under the rules, no one can stop that. >> it looks like among republicans there is not much of an appetite to stop that. >> defund obamacare. >> top leaders do not support his talk tactic. >> i do not think filibustering is the best route to defunding obamacare. >> so what happens after today? the senate to take a final vote as late as this weekend before kicking it back down to the house. if congress does not pass a spending bill by monday night, the government could shut down. >> if senate republicans agree about defunding the american --the affordable care act, why don't they support the move to delay a vote? >> some republicans think what cruz is doing is bad strategy.
the beltway now has two parts. most republicans want these together. the bill they will vote on has feast together. senate democrats can take away an amendment the part that defines health care. keeping're left with is the government running. that is where the strategy comes into play. >> hi jackson, thank you -- hallie jackson, thank you. there are some questions about whether the attack on the mall in kenya is actually over. there are reports that 137 hostages are buried in rubble after the building was demolished by kenyan forces. picks aers make your
what your kids really want on santa's sleigh this holiday season. jane king joins us from the new york stock exchange with our bloomberg business report. good morning to you. this is based on responses to a survey measuring likelihood to save money for their golden years. baltimore ranked eighth on the list and that is up 17 spots from last year. rising health re costs are weighing on the minds of many. so far this morning stocks are looking quiet this morning. we did have a mixed day yesterday. investors are jittery as we get close to a potential government shutdown.
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inmy mom used to start that july. six months of quiet. the rest of the month she would be reading in the corner. take a light jacket this morning. 48 in westminster. 55 in rock hall. the kids this morning will need a jacket. it should be nice this afternoon. high temperature of 74. >> good morning. a nice start for your wednesday. we are seeing delays on the west side. it will take around 13 minutes from 795 down towards 95. 70 looks good east and westbound. southbound.n 95
54 miles per hour on the b-w parkway. 61 on 83 south down towards mount carmel. harbor tunnel traffic checking out just fine. same goes for the area bridges. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. airport.rees at the >> when will manny machado come back to the team? >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers.
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>> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm mindy basara. >> i'm stan stovall. is still action on the senate floor this morning. cruz is still going. he has not yielded the floor, meaning he can still keep this going. seat in with one for a the house of delegates. -- aper for a warm fall prepare for a warm fall.
that is the forecast from baltimore bill. >> putting real pressure on tony pann. it is going to be a fall like they. day. idea don't like this of walking the plank if you are wrong. 45 in parkton. a jacket to start the day. we will make it into the low to mid 70's. there will be more cloud cover than yesterday. we will check the seven-day forecast in three or four minutes. >> good morning. we have an an accident in the city at charles and fayette street. you may start to see some delays.
16 minutes on the west side. 37 miles per hour through that stretch. 175. 95 approaching this is 95 at 216. from southbound 97 down 100. this is what it looks like in annapolis. shape.7 in great that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> one intersection that is not having problems is northern parkway at york road. >> we are learning more about the pursuit. >> jennifer franciotti is live with more on our big story. >> good morning. police are learning more about the suspects. the suspects had a long criminal history.
the person injured is in critical condition. police continue their investigation. >> like a big explosion. real loud. >> it was the fiery end to a n attempted traffic stop that turned into a police pursuit. police tried to pull over a honda. investigators say the men inside sped away and slammed into a jeep and both cars propelled into a fence and down an embankment. >> smoke was coming out of it. and then a little while later the car was on fire. >> the jeep's driver was critically injured. his female passenger was killed. the suspects died in the crash. both men in the honda had a long history with police. charges include robbery, assault, and handgun violations. now investigators are trying to
figure out their final encounter with police. department policy prohibits police from following a vehicle except in an emergency. a witness to the crash said he did not see anyone chasing the honda. police suggest officers were already in the vicinity. the name of the woman killed in the crash has not been identified. one man was taken to shock trauma. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. mcdonoughelegate pat will hold a press conference to ask for a moratorium on the common core curriculum. >> this comes one day after the stop educator commented about an arrest at a meeting. and man was voicing concerns about the new standards of the way the board answered questions
from parents. she is glad charges against him were dropped. >> we believe between having an open situation where we can get as many questions answered as we can and staying after. four forums will take place next week in prince george's county. >> 6:35. >> ava marie joins us live from pimlico race course. a beautiful sunrise happening right behind us. i do not know if you can see the shades of pink and orange. this event coming up this weekend. the second car show here in baltimore.
last year was a great success. >> we are expecting the attendance to double this year. >> 800 cars in place. if for some reason a were to rain, what is the plan? >> the show is going on rain or shine. >> is happening saturday and sunday. >> not :00 until 6:00 on saturday and 9:00 until 3:00 on sunday. general mission will be at the gate. kids under 12 are free. >> all the car enthusiasts like the nice weather. a great week if you plan to work on your car. as a has more cloud cover storm passes to the south. into sunday, we have a slight
chance for showers. a better chance going into monday. things are looking good for the car show. beautiful sunrise here at pimlico. >> they do not like those vintage cars to get wet. >> there are some car owners who are particular about that. >> 47 degrees at the airport. if you have to ask how much it costs, you probably cannot afford it. costs.much this wine
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expensive wine in the world. it doesn't even come in a bottle. $160,000. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> time to take a look at your morning -- >> you can go if you want. have a glass of wine. nothing going on weatherwise. we do not expect any precipitation. we will make it up to 74. not as sunny as yesterday. boat, wave out the heights one to two feet. now we send it to sarah. >> i was shocked at how
different i look. we do have some problems to report. at the inner loop on 170, we have an accident on the southwest side. watch for an accident in the city at charles street and fayette street. we have a crash at pulaski highway. 17 minutes on the west side. this is what it looks like off the ramp from 795 on the beltway. the northwest corner is very heavy. still looking good in the white marsh area. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> you were thinking about that wine. house and byy a ripple for 20 years. >> 47 degrees at the airport.
watch for annexing clearing at charles street and fayette street. middle river road at pulaski highway there is a next event. 17 minutes on the west side -- there is an accident. showing some yellow on eastbound 70. this is what it looks like on the northwest corner of the beltway. the northeast corner looks pretty good. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> another dry and chilly start this morning. these are high, thin clouds. you will see more cloud cover today than yesterday. there is some rain coming up through the carolinas and it looks like it is moving to the north. it will not be able to make it
this far north because of high pressure. this high pressure will be the dominating factor for the next 48 hours. that will suppress the storm. it is producing some heavy rain. morningratures this have dipped into the 40's. 43 in frederick. 58 in annapolis. you might need a jacket to start the day. high temperature in the low to mid 70's. sunrise coming up at 6:57. it is a gorgeous sunrise with the high, thin clouds on the horizon. same thing tomorrow, 74. there will be a storm developing
off the coast tomorrow. i will put a slight chance for a shower on sunday. i think most of the weekend will be fine. let's say good morning to ava. she is talking about a different kind of horsepower. >> the sunrise is spectacular. the producer said it almost looks fake. you can imagine we work the crazy hours. owners.king to two car we have a father-son team. we got to talk to them last year. you are now retired. what is a like to work with your son? >> we have a good time together. people sometimes do not realize
we are father and son we enjoyed each other's company. >> your car is here to the right. dan --s a 1950 ft. said ford sedan. since i've gotten it, i have done some modifications. they are very mild. just enough to make it a little different. >> it does look very classic. >> this is also my dad's, 1962 impala. drive.e paint >> you guys have a good relationship. do you ever compete? >> not really. our likes are the same. we have the same interest and
the same vision. i do not think we would like to out do each other. >> this event is coming up this weekend. it starts at 9:00 in the morning. you can get admission at the pimlico. >> northern parkway and york road is back open this morning. now we are learning more about the accident. jennifer franciotti is live at that intersection. good morning. >> good morning. it is not clear why police tried to stop the men in the honda. the driver took off and crashed into another vehicle. it was a very fiery end to a situation that started around midnight. the men inside sped away and
slammed into a jeep. both cars went through a fence and down an embankment. the jeep's driver was critically injured and he remains in shock trauma. his female passenger was killed. the suspects also died in the crash. court records reveal both men in the honda had a long history with the police. they face robbery and assault. police are still investigating the situation. againstsituation is police policy. officers were already in the area when the situation occurred. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. the senateighter on floor is entering its 16th our. hour.h
ted cruz has not yielded the floor yet. talkathon to this gio attention to his support to a bill that funds the government but cuts off funding for the affordable care act. senate democrats are expected to still pass the bill. the orioles will not make an appearance in the postseason this year. the injury to manny machado's knee is not as bad as first thought. the team expects him to be back in time for most of spring training. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> good morning to you. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. let's get you up to date on the actions we are tracking. we have someelays forming the
heine crash that is off to the side. charles street in the city, we have an accident at fayette. another at middle river road. this is what it looks like on the west side as find continues to build in the outer loop. eastbound 70, slow going along with southbound 795 out of the owings mills area. very heavy traffic there. delays on southbound 95 at the beltway northeast. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> you will need a jacket this morning and probably not this afternoon. we will make it up to 74 later today. you will see more cloud cover today. we do not expect any
>> dealing with a beltway accident? oninner loop right at 170 the southwest side. those delays will develop as you come off the key bridge. westbound 40 at middle river, another accident. delays will continue to build along with southbound 795. --s is 83 at the tony a. padonia. >> we'll start out in the 40's. same forecast tomorrow. we will see a few more clouds. i think it will be mostly july
morning, nearly a full day after starting his one man crusade to block funding for obamacare. but will it work? breaking overnight, one of the worst earthquakes in years killed 230 people in pakistan. hundreds of homes collapsed and now rescue workers are making their way to the scene. we'll have the latest. and bono does bubba. >> when i first met bono he walked in and actually i thought it was a member of his own road crew. >> rock star bono proves to bill clinton that imitation is the sincerist form of flattery. wednesday, september 25th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer, and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in
rockefeller plaza. and good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning. i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker and natalie morales. that's a good party trick for bono. not that he needs one since he's a rock star. >> former president clinton commented it must be easy to make fun of me. it's a good one. no question about it. >> spot on. >> meanwhile, look at what's happening on capitol hill. senator ted cruz still going at this hour. this is an effort to defeat funding forobamacare. technically this is not a filibuster. i think it's a talk-a-thon. >> it's been going on for a long time. i noticed at least one change of outfits and maybe a shower in there as well. >> very fresh and clean this morning. >> exactly right. >> let's get to the top story. kelly o'donnell is in washington. she has the latest on this. kelly, good morning. >> good morning, savannah. it's been going and going and going all afternoon through the night and here again this morning.
it is a talk-a-thon the official term of washington today as senator ted cruz has railed against the law known as obamacare trying to persuade some of his republican colleagues and many of them were not happy with this tactic. >> reporter: a late night endurance test. >> this is life and death. >> reporter: ted cruz began railing against the healthcare law at 2:41 p.m. eastern calling out fellow republican senators that say they don't have the votes to block it. >> if you vote to give that power to harry reid to fund obamacare then you are responsible for it being funded. >> reporter: earlier it was bedtime reading dr. seuss to his doctors who were watching on c-span. >> i do so like green eggs and ham. thank you, thank you sam i am. >> reporter: as the night moved on cruz moved off topic even referring to the wisdom of duck
dynasty. >> so i want to point out a few words of wisdom from duck dynasty. >> when you turn on the "today" show he'll be right there doing this same thing. >> reporter: a scene predicted by brian williams on nightly news. new york brought together hilary clinton and two presidents. >> they each married far above themselves. >> reporter: together to pitch the healthcare law's benefits and encourage enrollment which starts next week. >> i think it's important for you to tell the people why we're doing all of this outreach because this only works, for example, if young people show up. >> reporter: and president obama acknowledged it's been tough. >> well, let's face it. it's been a little political. this whole obamacare thing. >> reporter: back in the senate, gop leaders and senator rand paul privately urged cruz not to stage his