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the debate, governor o'malley and former governor ehrlich face off for the first time in campaign 2010. >> >> and i'm kai jackson. >> and i'm mary bubala. here's what people are talking about today candidates heat up with the debate. it took place with wjz and political reporter pat warren is live with more. >> reporter: hi, pat. >> there was a lot of drama, the candidates covered as much ground as they may have in weeks as they have on the campaign trail. >> reporter: it's the 2010
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rematch of 2006. this is not a personality contest, folks. it's about you. and that is west best for the people of maryland. you count, you get the vote. >> you have a clear choice to make in the contest. >> the governor's opened new wounds and draw new blood. >> we were spending more, and we weren't moving forward. >> the largest tax spending, that was your answer and you transferred millions of dollars from the cash accounts and you took $3.7 billion of stimulus and after each chapter, you said, it's cured. let's have a conference.
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why don't you come with me to paterson park. >> i've been to the schools. >> why don't you mention the places where the kids are progress. education why didn't youings. >> and if that was so important to you, that's what we're talking about. why didn't you fund it. you took the surplus dollars that were going away. >> and the crime fighting records. >> we've driven the homicides down more than any time since the numbers started being taken in 1975 and we can continue to save the lives. >> and if the sop's have endorsed my campaign for governor over the incumbent governor for maryland. and the upshot should be a clearer vision of which direction the states are going to take. >> and while both campaigns can
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and will claim victory, it will be up to you to decide. i'm live outside here at wjz, back to you now, kentucky -- kai. thank you. >> and those were some of the highlights of the debate. you can watch the debate in its entirety tonight at 7:00. and a bloody few days in baltimore. seven homicides in four days. and vic carter is in the news room. >> reporter: mary, it continued through this morning. the detectives were called to shirley avenue after 9:00 this morning, the police found an adult male shot in the head. the victim isn't identified. er and the other six homicides are separate incidents and two of them may be related. all right, thank you. and what police are saying about the weekend, coming up
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live at 5:00. and one week after a crash takes the life of a teen, the parents learn more details about the crash. the car collided with an off duty police officer. it was at patapsco in brooklyn. and wjz speaks to the teen's family in a live report newality 5:00 and 6:00. the 33 trapped chilean miners may soon be free. they may be aboveground in a couple of days. >> reporter: chilean rescue workers finished installing the last of 15 steel tubes designed to reenforce the top of the shaft and the next step is building a platform above the shaft. and officials say they'll hope to start the actual rescue as early as wednesday.
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>> and below ground, the men prepared for the big day with a special diet to boost nutrition and aspirin to prevent blood clots and each of the men will have to endure a twisting, twenty minute ride to the surface in a rescue capsule. the workers were finally able to break through after two months. the feelings and the emotions everyone went through, it was undescribable. >> and anxious family members are waiting for the moments to see their loved ones. >> she said, i know i'll hug him and when that moment comes, i'll probably just cry and scream. they'll have toe adjust to a new world filled with video cameras and movie offers and book deals. 27 of the families have filed a $10 million suit against the mining company for negligence
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and for now, everyone is just praying for a safe and joyful return. when the men see sunlight for the first time in months. it's expected to take 48 hours to pull all 33 miners to the surface. well, 24 hours after the raven's big win, the fans are still excited about the team's dominating performance over denver. we're live with the highlights of the now first place ravins, mark? >> reporter: that's right, they have the top chart and they're tied for the best record in the league overall. baltimore is one of the best home teams in all of the nfl and they've never lost to denver. and once again, this wasn't even close. >> on a weekend of surprises and upsets, the ravens stayed on course and delivered a
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decisive win over the broncos. and the ravens roll to a 31-17 victory using the touchdowns and the longest by mcgahee and with a convincing win, baltimore takes over the first place in the afc division tide for best record in the nfl and they avoid the let down after a win a week ago. >> they wanted to follow up the win with a win. you just count for one a police. >> and we have a special team and we have to continue to work hard each week. we have to continue to progress and you know, do better things out there week to week and we're showing now. we're getting better week to week. >> and with our wjz-13 fan cam, we asked you what you think about the raven's offense and what will it take to win? >> i think that flacco, he's
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back on his game. he did a great job, i love ray lewis and rice, they're excellent. >> keep running the ball like we did the game yesterday. >> and they're on their way, we have to keep them going and make it to the super bowl. someone said it there. we'll hear from ray rice later on in sports. all right, mark, the ravens look to extend the winning streak on the road against the patriots. you can see that game live at one next sunday again here on wjz-13. the game will be followed by the post game show, mark will have the highlights and reactions and it's marty, the dull dog and jessica. well, what a way to start the week. it's warmer outside than it was this weekend there. , we have weather and traffic together. tim williams is here with the updated numbers from first warning weather.
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we, it's hard to believe, we're in the middle of october and temperatures are in the 80s areawide and we're not approaching the record of 89, we're at 84 and we could squeak another degree out on this day. we're still getting some warm air out of the flow we have here. a 33% relative humidity from 8 miles per hour and if you look to the north of baltimore, we have showers across pennsylvania and we can't rule out that some of those may roll on through maryland. we have a slight chance for showers and a chance tomorrow. and we'll talk about that and how it plays into the rest of the week ahead. a bit of a temperature change coming up. and that's too bad. >> well, here's kristy breslin with the roads. >> hi, mary, hi, everyone. not the typical start to a monday afternoon. you're looking at a 30 minute delay.
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that's on the northside from bel air to the jones falls expressway. and moving to the westside, that's heavy traffic on security boulevard and average speed, 32 miles per hour and as far as 95, delays in both directions and northbound, and then, the normal delay from the beltway on the north eastside. and slow, southbound from timonium. and beltway and slater and washington at clark and a bus fire reported at baltimore and annapolis and 97. now, you can see the congestion over at greenspring. this is brought to you by dsw. designer shoes at warehouse prices. >> back to you. and thank you, kristy breslin. if you use harford road and carney, there's a water main break making things a mess.
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we were over the 9700 block of harford road and a water main break caused a sinkhole. this is north of joppa road and both northbound lanes in harford road are closed there. excessive levels of vitamin d. that's the reason for a recall of a dry dog food. >> well, the blue buffalo company is recalling select packages. er they may contain elevated levels of vitamin d. the company is receiving 36 reports of incidents where the dogs showed symptoms. all symptoms subsided after the food was discontinued and no long term health problems have been seen. >> for more information, go to
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i think we need tax breaks to send kids to college. so i worked for a $2,500 tax credit to help pay for college. fought to get pell grants expanded and insisted that college loans go directly to kids instead of through banks. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message. because it's not about the next election, it's about the next generation. right? yeah!!!
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and an unusual drowning inside an indianapolis home.
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>> a toddler dies after falling into a half full bucket of water. the child's mother called 911 after she saw him in the utility room. she tried to resuscitate him and there was no hope. the child was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. california rescue crews free a pair glider. she was stuck 15 feet off of the ground on a busy highway. the crews had to shut the power off to the area to free the glider and she didn't appear to be seriously injured. bank it for thousands of dollars or throw it away. those are the only two options for those who give birth in maryland. a third option could save thousands of lives. when this 20 month old was
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born, his agony wondered how long he would survive. >> he was in so much pain and his belly was big and he couldn't do the mile stones and his eye was going out. >> he was diagnosed with a rare bone marrow incident. he's cured now. >> we have a safe and inexpensive way to treat diseases and a marrow way. >> and the problem is, most hospitals in the u.s. don't offer a free donation process for mothers. on monday, mercy medical announced the first cord banking problem. all expectant moms can donate it. >> it costs at least $2000 to start banking it, without the option of donating it, they were discarding it.
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the people that need it the most have been prohibited because of cost from getting it. >> reporter: the cord blood has been used to treat 90 life threatening diseases. this doctor believes the program will help many minorities. >> and for them to see there may be hope for them, to have this disease cured, it's really astounding. >> one look at mason may give them all of the hope they need. >> this is what the results would be, you know, a perfectly healthy, vibrant boy. >> reporter: weijia jiang, wjz- 13, eyewitness news. and the schaefer family started a foundation in mason's name to add more hospitals to the list of hospitals. after a decent start, stocks slipped up this afternoon.
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>> the dow did end the day in positive territory, the dow is up and the s&p down a fraction and nasdaq was up just a fraction. let's go to new york where we have the money watch update. >> reporter: stocks are holding steady as investors wade for word that the federal reserve will take action to drive the interest rates lower and the fed could announce an extension of the bond buying programs as soon as the next meeting and microsoft is taking on the iphone with a new operating system for cell phones. the first phone with the new software will be the sam sung focus november 8th. and phones for lg and t-mobile are soon to follow. united airlines moved the employees to the corporate head quarters to chicago building known as the sears tower will be home to the
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united employees. and russian spy anna chapman is the celebrity face of a moscow bank. they've hired her to bring innovation to the department. she returned in a spy swap and she's famous for posing sassy pictures of herself while working in the u.s.. for all of the business news, go to >> and the world's first commercial spaceship completes a test. the virgin galactic was carried to 45,000 feet and released to glide before landing. it was a milestone in the spaceship program and the tourists will be able to take a trip for $200,000. i guess i won't go on that trip
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any time soon. >> even if i had the money, i'm not sure i would do that. >> and i don't have the nun -- -- money. and a study shows how much tv and video games mess with the mind of your child. and a british aide worker is captured and killed during her rescue attempt. and our stretch of warm, sunny weather continues. get a look at the first warning weather forecast coming up. wjz-13 is always on, for the top stories on wjz and instand updates and first warning weather, click [ male announcer ] martin o'malley sworn in.
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inherits a billion-dollar surplus, low unemployment. o'malley signs the biggest tax hike in maryland history. raids chesapeake bay fund to cover spending. gives raises to top aides. business climate ranks 45th worst in the nation. now 200,000 jobs lost. o'malley covers up jobs report that proved maryland's economy stalled. if re-elected, o'malley will raise taxes again. whether he does, is up to you.
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i feel like we deserve this weather. well, we have to look forward to the indian summer days. we'll warm up after the frost.
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and enjoy the day today. it's going to change here over the next few days. 84 degrees here and 52 is the dew point and still pretty low humidity. relative humidity at 33%. we were discussing that this 84- degree day couldn't feel too warm. the dew point doesn't make it feel like the same summertime heat. we have a west wind. the barometer's steady and expect it to fall pretty soon and we have low pressure moving into the area. and 72 in oakland and 82 in cumberland and 76 on the shore and 76 in pax river and come on down the 95 corridor, 80 in elkton and 87 in the suburbs where the wind's coming from the west and pg as well and northwest wind in cumberland at 10 miles per hour. and we have a bit of a double
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digit wind and it's delightful. we had clouds rolling through and we have sunshine out there as the satellite and radar shoes. opening it up, we have a bit of a disturbance moving in our direction and we have a front draped across the northern pennsylvania area and that has allowed for ripples of disturbance and energy across the state. it's this energy we're looking at. some of this could make its way from the mountains and the west and over the state line. we can see it triggering showers and some thundershowers as we head into the overnight hours. and the front will sink to the south of us. and as it does, it will linger and we'll get a chance of rain tomorrow and a chance of showers throughout the evening and warmer air gets pushed away and our temperatures will take a hit. and we could be in the upper 50s thursday and friday and we'll start to clear out into the weekend.
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your sunset. 6:34 and a small craft advisory tomorrow into wednesday and the next high tide at fort mchenry -- well, let's back that up. 10:31. many >> oh, you can do that. >> yeah, put it in d or r. >> i get that confused sometimes! and the thundershowers hanging around and warming up for a short time and it gets cold. >> see, this is why it's confusing. back and forth and back and forth. >> and election day is almost three weeks away, you've seen the highlights and see the entire debate between governor o'malley and ehrlich here on wjz-13. denise koch moderating tonight at 7:00. and lots more tonight at 4:00. an amber alert, a 10-year-old girl disappears without a trace. and a president gets a book
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i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. his past attacks have been called deceptive, his new attack, false. harris voted for deregulation increasing our electric bills by 72% it's not surprising, harris always sides with the big guys. he opposes cracking down on wall street and supports tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. harris even opposed making big insurance cover cancer screenings. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us.
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it's 4:30 and 84 degrees and partly cloudy. hello, thank you for staying with eyewitness news. >> and violent evidence that mexican soldiers searching for the body of david heartily get into a gun battle with a drug gang and two of the members of the gang are suspects in the missing jet skiier's death. >> falcon lake is a hornets nest for the zeda drug cartel. the fierce gang that's not shy about letting its presence known. >> we've seen the individuals coming into the united states
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with the machine guns. >> now, the police named two brothers believed to be members of the cartel suspects in david heartily's member. >> the authorities didn't release the pictures of the men. the two are also wanted for other crimes, including homicide, kidnapping and arson. >> and i'm hopeful, i'm hoping it's going to bring him home. >> reporter: there were doubts about her account of what happened, that her husband was shot and killed while they were taking pictures of this lake. where was his body and jet ski. and there's other evidence supporting her story. this is the video from the police dashcam. they were pulled over before getting to the lake and jet skis in tow.
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>> where are you heading. the falcon. >> are you jet skiing for the day? yes. >> and it proves they were together. they were in route to falcon lake to enjoy the day. >> reporter: even if the authorities believe tiffany, his father doesn't believe in mexican law enforcement. >> i think that that lake will be his head stone. >> reporter: the officials insist they'll keep searching for david heartily's body. graphic and painful testimony in the worst shooting ever on a military base. here's more on the murder trial. >> he's charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder and 13
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counts of attempted premeditated murder. they're all expected to describe the sleeks before the bullets went out. survivers said it looked like war. the hearing is held to determine if there's enough evidence to proceed with the trail. he's an army psychiatrist. well, the big showdown. the governor's are taking their campaigns to the air waves in their first debate at wjz-13. we're live and pat warren has more. >> reporter: you were there, denise, you know, this is a real attention grabber. the candidates scheduled four debates and i doubt they'll be like this one. >> direct from television hill -- >> reporter: the rematch between governor o'malley and bob ehrlich opened old wounds
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and drew new blood. they had a heated exchange over public education and the graduation rates of students during ehrlich's term as governor. >> i'm tired of people putting down the achievements of poor children and children of color. we move forward as a state and together and as one people. >> this is emotional, governor. >> sure is. >> and when you have schools graduating and not graduating 85% of their kids and you have kids achieving six, and twelve pass rates, they're being denied their pass rates. that's untolerable. >> why don't you come with me to paterson park charter school. >> i've been to the schools >> >> why don't you mention the places where the kids are making progress. you talk about kids not succeeding. frankly, aisle put your progress up in the city of
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baltimore and the rate of improvement up against any kids in any major city in america. >> i'll always talk about the kids being denied -- >> but you don't talk about the progress. >> we love progress, when the kids are denied their rights and they're passing tests at 15% rating they're being denied -- >> and you want to cut the funding for election. >> and governor, you cut $150 million out of school construction this election year. >> reporter: they had other heated exchanges. >> reporter: you can see the debate tonight at 7:00. >> it was sponsored by the baltimore jewish council and wjz. >> and those are the highlights of the debate. you can watch it at 7:00 mr.
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killed by friendly fire the government is investigating if an aide worker was killed by her rescuers. >> reporter: the u.s. soldiers may have killed the british aide worker in their attempt to rescue her. >> she may not have died at the hands of her captors as believed. >> reporter: the taliban fighters held her hostage in the remote hills of eastern afghanistan. the region is under u.s. control and the commanders gave the troops the operation. on friday, the u.s. special forces unit staged a raid to free her. >> she could have died as a result of a grenade detonated by the task force. >> reporter: when the officials announced she was killed, they blamed it on a suicide bomb triggered by one of the captors. >> nato pays tribute to the
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forces who tried to rescue her, but eventually killed her. >> reporter: new information came to light. based on the review of the video. six kidnap everies also died and a full investigation is underway. >> ultimately, the responsibility for her death lies with those who took her hostage. >> reporter: and many are wondering if the u.s. forces could have done more to ensure her safety. charlie d'agata, cbs news. she was 36 and in afghanistan working on a u.s. funded aid project. some unusual behavior at a presidential rally in philadelphia. someone threw a book at the president as he was wrapping up his remarks. he appears not to notice it. and a naked man was arrested in
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a separate incident at that rally. he was trying to win a reward from a british billionaire who offered a million dollars for someone to streak at a rally. and now, it may be a good idea to hide the remote from your children. mary? >> reporter: that would be difficult in my house, vic. >> the study found that children who spent hours each day in front of the tv and playing games have more psychological difficulties than kids who don't. those problems include relating to peers and conduct challenges and researchers asked the children to report how much average time they spend watching tv a day and the children who spend two hours or more a day were more likely to have those
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psychological difficulties. thank you. and even children physically active and spent more than two hours a day in front of the screen were at increased risk of psychological difficulties. >> we, it feels more like summer outside today than the second week of october. it's warm, dry and mostly sunny and wjz has weather and traffic together. we're here with the updated numbers. well, it's a near perfect day. we're looking at clear skies and the biggest problem with 84 degrees is the humidity -- we can't rule out the chance of widely scattered showers -- they could make their way into the region before the evening is out -- let's try to get that out. the front over pennsylvania is the culprit. there's activity rippling across it.
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some of that could make it across. for the most part, we have a nice evening shaping up. we'll be in the 50s before the night is over, we'll have the forecast coming up in a few moments. >> thank you. and we'll check in with kristy breslin on the roads. hi, vic and everyone. there's no marc train and commuter bus services. and if you're traveling out there, we have plenty of brake lights from bel air to the jones falls expressway. give yourself extra time and delates on the northside inner loop. and an accident to watch out for the on the south west outer lupe, that's at camp meade road and harrisburg expressway, slow from timonium to the beltway. and struggling there and
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overtime travel times. -- and now, let's take a live look. there's the traffic at the sever certain river bridge. this is brought to you by purdue oven roast ready. and it could be a big night for the university of maryland marching band. they'll find out if they won a national contest. and the university of maryland band is competing with 33 other bands in the "hawaii five-o" theme song contest. the winner will be announced during tonight's show. the first prize is 25 thousands. and you can see tonight's show -- >> at 10:00 here. and more on whether or not the maryland band won the big prize. >> let's hope they do. >> straight ahead. the video version of cliff notes is out. >> and something was slipped into the drinks of students at
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a party there. and mondays are manageable with days like this. what about the rest of the week? the forecast is coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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a woman locks herself in the bathroom with her son as burglars enter the home. >> i don't know if i can hold the doordown, there's two big guys. >> the police arrest two men and the mother is back home with her son. and in north carolina, the search for a missing girl continues. she was last scene in her bed at 2:00 a.m. saturday. the father suspects that the wife may have had something to do with the disappearance. and a college party took a turn for the worst this weekend.
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and a dozen students overdosed on a substance friday night. one but all were released. and someone slipped something into the student's drink. and most students used cliff notes in a crunch and the old yellow and blue books take the fun out of reading. don't expect another charlotte's web. >> she's talking about "animal farm." >> overworked, underappreciated animals -- >> did i mention, it doesn't have a happy ending. >> she's the creator of sixty second recap. >> it's literature that's the cheer cliff. they think, i can get through this and i understand who the characters are and i want to read the book.
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>> reporter: a former book reviewer, she tries to inspire younger readers. to make them feel like it's not a stupid homework assignment. they have to get good grades to get into the job. >> this is "to kill a mocking bird." >> this day, she's breaking down the tale of race and coming of age. >> it's how to overcome race and injustice. >> reporter: she's talked about several titles. >> nick, the new neighbor wants in. jane doesn't want to be just his possession. >> and betrayal is king leer's main lead. >> and the creators of 60 second recap insist that the videos aren't a substitute for reading and not a way for the generation to cheat. >> and many teachers consider it a tool. >> it's a conversation starter
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and it gives them and myself a jump off point to talk about the characters in the book, the plot of the book. >> and they'll expect to shoot 1000 clips next year. sky eye chopper 13 is over a breaking news seep. there was an accident -- a rollover along westbound route 70 at bethany lane. apparently, one person was injure and possibly two. and most of it is off to the center as you can see. the police and howard county fire have one lane of westbound 70 blocked and it's causing a delay extending back into baltimore county. from the beltway on i-70 and going westbound, expect delays in the area. and thank you. and soul singer solomon
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burk dies in an airport. the icon row "cry to me." and burk leaves behind 21 children and it grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. there's a new killer whale at seaworld in orlando. the baby is seven feet and weighs 350 pounds and the sex won't be known for a few days. the first calf died, monday. awfully cute. >> a nice day and a lot of sunshine. the forecast is coming up after the commercial break. ,,,,,,,,,,
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well, we've had a great week and weekend. >> i want to get rid of the
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stink bugs. >> well, maybe they'll leave us that the temperature's changing. maybe they don't like the cold temperatures. maybe a blizzard will get rid of them. looking at the temperatures of 84 degrees and 52 is the dew point and humidity at 33% and the winds at 8 miles per hour and 29.77 is the barometer and that's steady. 76 at the shore and pax river and 70 in oakland and everyone in the 80s across central maryland and coming across the north's at 80. and over towards hagerstown and the airport, 83 and reagan national at 87. they're not at record level and the record would have been 89 and we didn't get there. it's been comfortable. the winds are in the double digits. 10 miles per hour and still coming in with dry feels from the west. it's not a lot of moisture
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associated with it. we have thunderstorms around the north and we have a front draped across the top of the state. it's the energy riding along the front that's coming close enough and it could trigger a shower or thundershower and maybe a strong one before this night is out. that front is here and you can see, there are strong thunderstorms breaking out in northwestern pennsylvania. and that's north eastern pennsylvania. sorry about that. that's close enough to trigger spotty activity before it gets out of here. we have a better chance of rain tonight and tomorrow. about a 30% chance of rain tonight and as the warm air gets pushed out of hering we'll see a temperature change and that will go into the 60s and then, the 50s by the end of the week. we'll get a chance of a rain thursday and we'll clear up by next weekend and the temperatures will be cooler. the sunset is at 6:34 and we'll have a small craft advisory tomorrow. and we'll have a shower or a
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thunderstorm and tomorrow, back to 78 degrees and the temperatures will take a hit. and the temperatures will be in the 60 and eventually in the 50s by friday. you'll need to get out the heavier jackets. >> in the daytime? >> yeah, in the daytime. >> still to come on eyewitness news tonight. this young man, one of six murder victims this weekend and i'm derek valcourt at the police head quarters where the ,
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coming up next, governor o'malley and erhlich debate the issues. and a 19-year-old died in an accident. the critical items they want from police. >> violence in the city, the police department responds to a string of shootings. check in for more news stories and the latest news. >> eyewitness news starts right now. maryland's gubernatorial candidates meet in their first televised debate. >> i have always been on your side. i'm running because i love maryland. >> reporter:


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