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violent confrontation. good afternoon, here is what people are talking about. police involved shooting in baltimore. police were called to the home for a family disturbance before the situation got worse. mike hellgren is live. >> reporter: good afternoon don and everybody. police are not identifying the officer who fired the shots at this point. the man who was hit survived and in critical but stable condition at last check. investigation is underway after police shot a man on south morally last night. they say he became unruly and argumentive and unarmed. >> this individual haded a knife, he began to advance police officers. police officers asked the suspect to drop the knife, he did not comply and was shot numerous times. >> reporter: police have not said how many times the man was shot and he was taken to a hospital. his sister told wjz's news
partner, her brother is schizophrenic but has not been violent in the past. no officers or family members were injured. police say the confrontation happened in a bedroom upstairs. live in southwest baltimore, mike hellgren, wjz 13. stay with wjz 13 for the latest on the shooting with constant updates on wjz.com. police in montgomery county are investigating an officer involved shooting from over the weekend. a 19 year old stabbed a man at a gas station and took off in his car crashed it away and jumped out and assaulted an officer as she was tasing him. a second officer arrived and shot the carjacker dead. the officers involved are on routine leave. a man is in custody following a robbery. it happened an hour ago outside the university union. they sent out a campus wide text message warning students
and staff about the danger. a suspect was arrested and no one was hurt. johns hopkins and pepsi inked a deal that could have thousands of pepsi employees coming here. the world's second largest soda company is going to pay for workers and dependents to get certain surgeries done at hopkins. it covers cardiac and complex joint proceeders and open to pepsi-co employees. after a win, the ravens have taken over the afc. here is sports director mark viviano. >> reporter: the ravens maybe the best team in the afc. the indianapolis colts are the worst. that mismatch played out as expected. for the first time ever against the colts , the ravens had the better qb. manning is hurt.
joe flacco flew two touchdown passes. the ravens scored on their first possession and never trailed the colts. three sacks forcing three fumbles that ends up a routine ravens beatdown of a bad team, 24-10 the final. >> we got to keep it rolling. championship teams, they don't settle for what is happening now, every week they strive to get better and continue to go in progress. >> i mean, hey, for me, it was one of them games where i didn't want to do too much but stayed the course and clicking on all cylinders. >> the super bowl is what we want. week in and out we are going after a win. next week going for eleven. >> reporter: victory gives the ravens 9 straight home wins, tran chias record.
next a -- franchise record, next a road trip to san diego. thank you very much. after that win the ravens and fans are looking forward to next week's challenger as well. ron is at wjz.com with more fan cam reaction. good afternoon, ron. >> as mark said, reigns getting ready for the road trip west, a game against the suddenly rejuvenated chargers, hoping for a playoff spot. fan cam question, what worrys you the most about next sunday's game. philip rivers, lighten up the secondary. they got to watch. that. >> we are on the road and don't have your fan base like we do here in palletmore. -- baltimore. >> both teams got something to play for. >> i have no worrys or concerns about next week. >> secondary worrys me the most. concern about rivers.
>> they don't come out and have 110% intensity that i know they have. they need to bring it next week. >> don, ravens maybe on the road next week , the odds makers make them two and a half point favorites. back to you. >> thank you very much. the game is on sunday night. today is off to a chilly start taking a look outside where the sun is shining. the day has been slow to warm up. clouds are around. marty bass is back. >> good afternoon, hello everyone, temperatures are where they should be for this 12th day of the 12th month of the year. there is nobody can say 41 is a day at the beach. the normal by the way is in the mid-40s, yesterday, we only got to 43 degrees. it's going to be warmther afternoon, 1 degree warmer this noon hour than yesterday. we did in deed have a few clouds meander towards the area
over the morning and that has kept temperatures down a bit. we will see a rise in the numbers over the next hour and a half, two hours. this is the big story. look, by late week the jet stream is north of the area. we will stay normal, through this busy week of the holiday season. the details coming up shortly. days before the troops are said to pull out out of iraq -- tara has the latest. >> reporter: president obama sat down with iraq's prime minister at the white house to talk strategy. the two leaders are discussing security concerns and how iraq will maintain stability without the help of u.s. military forces come the first of the year. hundreds of u.s. troops in armored vehicles are streaming out of iraq, many of the 6000 to remain are packing up three
u.s. basis. one officers says the logistical operation is going smoothly. >> for me and my soldier it gives me great pride to be a part of something as big as this. >> reporter: the deadline for forces to be out of iraq is december 31st, president obama wanted to leave some troops there to help with training. but the deal fell apart when iraq refused to provide soldiers with legal immunity. sunday the military officially turned over control of a bay south of baghdad to security forces. taking down the american flag is another sign the change of power is on track. >> we are on schedule to make it out before christmas. >> nato will stop its training mission at the end of the month, leaving iraqi forces to maintain control on their own. at the white house, tara mergener, wjz 13. >> the troop withdrawal will mark the end of a 9-year war at the height of which in 2007,
170,000 u.s. troops were serving there. still to come on eye witness news at noon, the suspension. fallout from the basketball brawl. occupiers pick a series of targets out of the west coast. details of the newest plan to combat corporate america. >> it's cloudy and chilly. first morning forecast is coming up. ,,,,
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longest suspensions. >> we are not bad kids at the university. we are all going to get to be incredible young men. i apologize for what took place yesterday. >> the players could face more from the ncaa. local chirrties urging families to remember those less fortunate. >> imagine a child waking up with nothing there by way of gifts. >> when the economy struggles charitable giving struggles as well. 12 days away from christmas now. still ahead, it's not quite winter but still cold outside. your first morning weather forecast, 2.5 minutes away. here is a look at today's midday stocks. ,,
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degrees earlier. we are talking like 55 or 56. that's significant warm up. that's 17 degrees above normal. normal is 46. yesterday, barely got to 43 degrees. in the sun, it's not a bad deal. little trivia for you, difference between sun and shade is 10 degrees. if you are in this afternoon, next couple of days running around in the sun it's going to feel comfortable. if you are getting ready to walk in to a business, store mall, you are in the sun, see shade, notice it when you walk in the shade, instant 10 degrees. conditions, tv hill, 41. 48% humidity, this is a big deal here. winds have been calm all morning. they are southerly at 3. this dome of high pressure giving us a barometric pressure reading is starting to swang our air flow, out of the south and
southwest. where is the air coming from? that's the mild weather, if you will, as we move through this midweek, in december. we looked at this graphic earlier. 15 after, these numbers are automated. i wanted to see if we were 1 degrees above yesterday. look, 6 degrees warmer easton. five pax river. 8 degrees warmer than in the ocean than this time yesterday. 50 on the boards. 45 easton and packs river. 41 dc. elkton 37. 28 degrees cumberland. cumberland was 19 degrees this morning. 35 westminster. 37 bel air, rock hall and columbia 41. annapolis and kent island 43. mild flow and continues through midweek, but i'm going to whip the graphic on you again, through the week's ends. there are the high clouds that slipped in.
it wasn't a big deal, managed to keep temperatures down through the late morning and early midday. 48 today. 29 overnight. couple of degrees above normal. tomorrow 52 degrees. again, jet stream stays north of the area. we are going to stay mild all things considered. >> how is it we don't work together for two weeks, come back and wearing the same outfit. still to come on eye witness news at noon, they save lives every year but negative side effects of cancer last longer than you think, details are coming up. here are the stories we are following on the website at this hour. for updates of the news and forecast, go to wjz.com. ,,,,,,,
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of the year. as a matter ofs you maybe wondering when the forecast is going south in the bucket. first week in january. we've had snow on christmas, you get the idea. if i had to throw all the cards face up on the table, that would be my guess. cold front coming through friday, with temperatures dropping to the mid-40s clear and breezy conditions on saturday. >> don't miss the prime time line up on wjz. hawaii five-o at 10:00. followed by eye witness news at 11:00. you may think your light display is nice but a man in croatia went all out this year and used around 1.2 million lights to create his christmas wonderland. the homeowner says he grew up poor and now that he is better off he wanted to make his neighbors smile and utility company smile as well. >> imagine putting all of those away. >> i wonder if he does or does he leave it up all year?