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after fighting a house fire on hilltop road saturday afternoon. it took about 40 minutes to get that fire under control. the firefighter is expected to be ok. a double cutting happened downtown near power plant live. re taken to the hospital with non-life- threatening injuries. i neverears of standup, worked in a club where the bouncers were stabbed.' >> lawmakers appeared to be no closer to ending the government shutdown. itsshutdown is rolling into seventh day. jack lew is calling on lawmakers to pass a measure to increase
our nation's debt limit. line, wecrossed the are going to a place we have never gone. >> the u.s. reaches its borrowing capacity on october 17. the house agreed to pay for furloughed government workers. the shutdown is causing more layoffs here in maryland. furloughmartin will 3000 employees. executives are encouraging employees to use any remaining vacation time to he's the strain of the furloughs. >> it was a heart pounding win over the dolphins.
ense beat up on miami. twoiami had 27 carries and touchdowns. suggs finished the game with three sacks. >> this is a very tough miami dolphins team. i would not be surprised if we see them again. >> that puts the ravens into a three-way tie for first in the afc north. >> they played tough. 71 degrees at the airport. >> a nine-year-old hops a plane to las vegas without a boarding pass. baltimore 695 at national pike. we will get a closer look at
criminal. a libyan al qaeda leader was captured. libby is: the capture an abduction. kerry is denying that. >> a nine-year-old boy got around security at a minnesota airport and hopped on a plane to las vegas without a boarding pass. he got past the gate agents and hopped onto the delta flight. police in las vegas handed the child over to child protection services. >> good morning to you. let's take a look at some of the area roads. we had an overnight accident on the northbound side. that has since been cleared.
11 minutes on the north side. 11 minutes on the west side. this is 795 in the owings mills area. southbound traffic is up to speed. major roadways around the airport in the green. problem free on the bay bridge. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> we are seeing a few showers across the natural area. they will continue to drift east -- across the metro area. we will be watching for steadier rain to move in after 10:00 a.m. a shower is possible through 8:00 a.m. temperature still in the mid-70 's. later today there could be a strong thunderstorm possible
you can see how warm it is across the eastern shore. all this humidity has been building in for the past couple of days. a couple of showers are starting to break out around the bay. these will continue to drift into harford county. most of the rain will be happening after that. the steady rain is to our last. rain is off to our west. highs today will be in the upper 70's. a cooling trend for the rest of the work week. a slight risk for severe weather. maybe some stronger wind and
isolated tornado. most of the impacts would be the heavy rain between 12:00 and 7:00 p.m. we'll see some stronger wind gusts with this front. we will see try or conditions tomorrow. they could be some showers developing midweek. >> good morning. not bad out there as you start out. we are checking on the west side. traffic is very light. enjoy a quiet ride on the west side. 50 j.f.x. looking good, miles per hour into town. southbound traffic is starting to build out of the owings mills area. running smoothly down towards
50. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> sam's club helping uncle sam's employees during the government shutdown. sam's club is offering free temporary presses for all military personnel and their families. you will need to show your military id. boston markets also baking you a deal for furloughed workers. walk out with a free, whole chicken if you purchase a meal. the deal runs through october 13, even if the shutdown ends before then.
"gravity" pulled in $56 million this weekend. that sets a record for the biggest october opening for all time. "runner runner" grabbed that third spot. would happen if the u.s. defaulted on its debt? >> good morning. a sharp warning from economist and former government officials. they say it would be far more damaging to global stock markets than the financial crisis after lehman brothers. politicians should stop using the debt ceiling as a bargaining chip. he compares it to nuclear bombs, too horrible to use. the treasury is set to run out
of money october 17. united technologies is canceling plans to furlough employees. most employees will be put back to work. they had planned to put workers on leave beginning today. the average for a gallon of regular gasoline is now about $3.25 a gallon. that is down from $3.41 a week ago. i and lack ofy progress. we did have a higher close on friday. at the new york stock exchange i am jane clean with the bloomberg business report. >> would you pay to design your unborn baby? parents could determine which
traits their children could inherit. things like the babies i color and taste perceptions. the company said it is all in good fun. >> when they say we should be seeking to predetermined the traits of our children, that starts to go into scary territory. >> it could create a world of genetic haves and have-nots. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. good morning. repeat thempac impacts. most of the heavy rain begins after 10:00 a.m. we could see from one to three inches of rain. this could lead to some localized flooding.
most areas have been so dry. some of the thunderstorms could be on the strong side. keep an eye on the weather today. now we check the roads. >> so far checking out just fine. we start with 95. 65 miles per hour through howard county. this is 95 at 100. traffic up to speed through howard county. 70, 60 miles per hour. a nice start on 295. continuing to build down towards 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. 71 degrees at the airport. solid in miami.
pressure, left, under he is sacked again. shines under the hot miami sun. ravens head coach john harbaugh has a lengthy list of things to clean up right now after his team squeaked by the dolphins on sunday. >> whatever it takes to get a win. they are checking arrogance at the door. .asthe change in approach
dramatic as the scenery the ravens struggled to run the ball against the dolphins. they kept running after halftime. commend jim caldwell for trusting the run. we got away from a last week. it felt good. >> rice scored twice. third downs were shorter. >> we converted third downs. even if we run the ball well, we might be a little bit different. we got itself into third down and shorts and converted them. we kept ourselves on the field. >> the ravens needed a defensive stand. uggs led the way.
>> he was off the scale. three fourth quarter sacks. >> this is a tough miami dolphins team. >> i cannot imagine ryan tannehill feels the same way. theresident obama says washington redskins should consider changing their name. native americans feel pretty strong about it. i do not know it if our attachment to a particular name should override the concerns that people have about these things. vowed redskins owner has to never change the name. >> 5:27. >> a state trooper is recovering
>> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm mindy basara. >> i'm stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> the red line is operating in washington, d.c., this morning after a deadly accident last
weekend between union station and judiciary square stop. >> two children are recovering after an atv accident. andvehicle was crashed neither child was wearing a helmet. >> erica braddock is walking for the first time since she lost her leg in the boston marathon bombing. she took her first steps. e.at is great to se 5:31. time for traffic and weather together on the 1's. >> it was near 90 this entire weekend. cool downe a major behind this latest front. showers are moving into harford
county. we will see the heaviest of the rain beginning after 10:00 a.m. there may be a thunderstorm later today. 70 for the rest of the week. far.e roads look good so no incidents to report. all of the overnight construction has wrapped up. southbound traffic at york road is problem free down to the else way. this is the j.f.x. near ruxton road. southbound traffic light down towards 28th street. per hour., 60 miles no problems to report on any of the area bridges or tunnels this morning.
that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> hundreds of thousands of furloughed pentagon employees will return to work this morning. >> the government shutdown continues this morning. >> hallie jackson has the very latest. like a doublemost dose of negative news this morning. the u.s. may be closer to a default. the government will run out of the money in 10 days to pay its bills. john boehner insists any plan to raise the debt ceiling must include spending cuts and changes to the health-care law. some see a deal to raise the debt ceiling which is now nearly -- the house voted saturday to
give back pay to those furloughed federal workers to the days they have been missing. breakdown.a if the shutdown continues, what will that mean? outcomes.a political hold voteshner could in the house to raise the debt ceiling. without any concessions. he would get support from democrats. a real backlash from conservative members. negotiateobama could on different concessions to raise the debt ceiling. democrats do not think it would happen. you could see both sides give a little or a lot on taxes and
spending cuts. ande hit the debt ceiling watch to see what happens with the markets. >> that would be the worst-case scenario affecting everyone. hallie jackson, thank you. >> the shutdown is bring some business to baltimore attractions. people want to read book school trips because of closures in washington, d.c. same story at the national aquarium. fins. to see some new 1700 animals will be moved because the d.c. acquire him closed due to construction. was seriously injured this weekend. kim dacey has the details.
how is she doing? istrooper jacqueline kline listed in critical condition. her family and fellow troopers are with her as she recovers from multiple injuries. debris litters route 100 in anne arundel county. investigators say that is where trooper jacqueline kline was early sunday morning. she was helping a fellow trooper when a car drove by and hit her. she landed in a nearby ditch. >> she is a quality young lady. >> on the force for only about a made ahe has quickly name for herself as a hard worker. she was flown to shock trauma after the accident. >> everybody who knows her loves jackie. she can turn on the toughness when she needs to, and we are hoping she does that right now. >> the accident is a tragic
reminder of why motorists need law.llow the move over emergency vehicles on the side of the road, your move into an available lane or to slow significantly. >> we are optimistic that she will pull through and be back out there and making the streets safer once again. >> drugs and out all happened ruled out as a factor in the crash. charges are pending against the driver involved. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> pulling for that trooper to make a speedy recovery. >> want to lose weight? all those food photos may make you less
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at 60 photos of various foods and fed them peanuts afterwards. those who of that a lot of pictures of salty foods were less likely to enjoy the snack. you are over it by looking at the pictures. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> i am pretty sure that wouldn't apply to me. we will start with mta. no delays on metro. let's check 95 from cecil county. so far looking very good at the tydings memorial bridge. 65 miles per hour and those speeds continue as you travel to the fort mchenry. 55 miles per hour at harford. checking the bay bridge, no
problems into the toll plaza. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you, sarah. we are seeing some showers develop across the metro area. it is quickly moving into garrett county. we will be tracking it in baltimore after 10:00 a.m. periods of time with rain. we will have to watch out for a gusty thunderstorm. 70's today in the upper the cost the cloud cover. >> see you in a bit. 71 degrees at the airport. education nation sweeps through new york city today. >> want to keep your paltry off your plate and keep them as a
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>> good morning once again. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we started baltimore national pike. traffic is starting to build around 40. 11 minutes on the north side. 295 is in great shape down towards 100, 55 miles per hour. 54 i-97 through the than burnie area. and fromlowing well to the eastern shore at the bay bridge. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning. raindrops this morning. that is something we have not seen in quite some time. these are all drifting slowly to
the north and east. a few more showers in centerville and easton. some of you might be seeing some sprinkles. there is more significant rain on the way. roanoke starting to get the leading edge of it. it is very mild ahead of this. we have had warm air in place. a cool down is starting tomorrow. 70 in parkton and westminster. low 70's across the eastern shore. the rain will develop after 10:00 a.m. and continued through the early evening. high temperatures will be in the early 70's. the forecast shows how this rain will advance into the western part of the state. the leading edge is starting to
reach westminster and moves into the eastern shore. the afternoon commute will be worse along the used to ensure. drying see trying -- conditions into tonight. there could be some stronger thunderstorms today across northeastern maryland. maybe an isolated tornado. we cannot rule out severe weather and there could be localized flooding. all this moisture is not related to tropical storm karen. that dissipated and basically fizzled out. sunshine returns tomorrow. cool into wednesday morning. there could be some rain building back in.
summiteducation nation gets under way today in new york city. >> teachers will discuss what it takes for young people to succeed in school and be on. >> danielle leigh has more. >> inside the new york public teachersstudents and are talking about the skills young people need to excel in the future. >> they are growing up in a different world. it is our responsibility to prepare them for those challenges. teachers are not necessarily ready to implement them. >> it has not been a priority for the local government. >> you have to worry about, are you going to get robbed? >> issued like violence and
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>> i am an advocate for justice. >> he helps to train more than 400 baltimore city police officers in ways to improve communication with teenagers. they will continue those peace making work. liveo will be reporting from new york. you'll see his reports tonight p.m. and 6:00 p.m. >> roosters are not allowed unless you own at least one acre of land. this is in response to the fresh food movement. a public hearing is scheduled
for later this month. >> i am thinking that is male bashing. >> a bartender got really lucky. a patron always leaves tickets instead of tips. last week they were scanned into the lotto machine. one of the tickets was worth $17,500. not a bad tip. to him and it back said it is your ticket. >> the man refused to take back the winning ticket. she plans to save most of the money. nice customer. 5:51. 71 degrees at the airport. the ravens offense looked more confident and balanced. >> we will hear about what
worked and what did not work. let's see how the trains are rolling this morning. >> good morning to you. the trains are moving well. that is good news. 95minutes on the north side, over towards the 83's. this is 895 and so far running smoothly and checking out just fine here at the fort mchenry. aroundn 95 it will take six minutes to go from the 895 split to the fort mchenry. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning. you are talking about the rain train. 72 right now. a lot of cloud cover. rain will move again after 10:00
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>> good morning. it wasn't pretty but the ravens found a way to win yesterday down in miami to bounce back from last week's loss to beat the dolphins. it was a 90 degree day. ray rice and joe flacco both took a beating yesterday. it was a day where a lot of ravens fans made the trip to south florida as well. the ravens found a way to win. they raise their record to 3-2
in the south florida sauna in miami. the ravens did win the game yesterday, 23-23. 6-t's go to the videotape -- 2 23. joe flacco got banged up and stepped up and delivered the ravens a big win. >> it is our job to use that frustration in a positive way and go back out there in the second half and tries to wear them out a little bit. give the credit to our guys and our team. down maybeco got not a quarter of the time and took a beating. the interception where his arm was said and reshad jones ran it in for the touchdown. he came back in and the ravens are 3-2 and tied with the bengals and browns. the 49ers beat houston last
night. baseball playoffs continued today with four games. game three last night in pittsburgh. to comeeltran continues up big in the postseason. liriano thatcisco . that ties the game. carlos beltran passes babe ruth on the all-time postseason home run list. the pirates not done. ground ball to right field goes in for a base hit. 5-3. dodgers beat the braves and leave that series 2-1. i hope people appreciate the toughness of joe flacco. he cap getting up and making plays. >> who needs video?
>> a state trooper is critically injured while on the job yesterday. i am kim dacey with the rest of the story straight ahead. >> another potential critical crisis looms. who is getting back to work today and who is taking an on demand's? >> a hardship for thousands of people. a boost to several baltimore attractions. >> rain is making its way into the area. traffic and weather as 11 news continues right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good monday morning.
i'm mindy basara. >> i'm stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> 6:01. time for traffic and weather together on the 1's. we are tracking some rain in the area. >> 90 degrees is a little hot for october. we still have the humidity this morning. a few showers are starting to break out. other areas are starting to see sprinkles. look at the temperatures. 70 in catonsville. the temperatures will be slowly rising into the upper 70's by this afternoon. rain will be developing after 7:00 a.m.. i wold watch out -- i would watch out for heavier thunderstorms this afternoon. >> a few accidents just coming
in. southbound 795 is where we are finding delays already near franklin boulevard as you travel south on 75. in middle river, we have an accident. the north and west sides checking out ok. this is southbound 895 and problem free at the moment. no delays.95, looks pretty good on southbound 295 down towards 100. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. shotstate trooper is that trauma this morning --shock trauma recovering after an accident. >> she was assisting with a traffic stop. kim dacey is live with our big story this morning. >> give us an update on the
trooper's condition. istrooper jacqueline kline listed in critical condition. she is here at shock trauma and surrounded by her family and fellow troopers as she recovers from multiple injuries. she was on duty early sunday morning when she went to assist a fellow trooper along 100 in anne arundel county. investigators say she was walking from her cruiser when a car drove by and hit her, throwing her into the air. she landed in a nearby ditch. she was flown to shock trauma. she has been on the force for about a year. her colleagues say she has quickly made a name for herself as a hard worker. they are rally around her as she recovers. >> everybody who knows her loves jackie. she can turn on the toughness when she needs to, and we are hoping she does that right now. >> investigators say drugs and alcohol have been ruled out as a cause of this accident. but they say