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eastern shore, 64 in easton. we have the breeze and sun this morning, jumping to 75 by lunchtime, and by 4:00 p.m. 78 degrees. >> traffic is off to a good start on the major roadways. as you are continuing south to the beltway, traffic is moving well through there. there is an 11 minute ride from the beltway to the fort mchenry toll plaza. as you are looking at your cameras, you are going to see the traffic building slightly here. we have one crash to let you know about in glen burnie. >> jamie, back to you. >> 6:00. >> i cannot imagine how tough
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it will be this morning and the rest of the weekend. a freshman was hit and killed by a car while trying to cross a road in bel air. >> joey was hit when trying to cross the street with two friends. the 14 year old high school football player, joey did ent tremont. the lights prohibited him from walking in the crosswalk, and the 19 year old driver had no time to stop when he hit and killed joey. >> he was a sweet and funny
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kid. he played piano and was in -- band, and was an amazing singer. >> it's 6:02 right now, we have two more murders to tell you about. police are looking for suspects in both cases. at quarter till 5:00 yesterday morning, a a man was shot in the head and taken to the hospital where he dater died. izael white was shot in the back and chest, and he was taken to the hospital and died a short time later. dr. cohen is doing better
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after being shot on thursday in the stomach. pardus became upset afterhearing about -- after hearing about his mother's recent condition. he shot the doctor, then shot and killed his mother and then himself. >> something was not right yesterday. flacco lost out on four of the interceptions, but there was two terrible calls made by the referees. >> 6 points, this is all bs.
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it's embarrassing that you can put them in the field goal range off of two of those. >> five field goals to beat the ravens, 15-10. >> we are getting an ear full this morning. >> i am hearing an ear full. i am on townsend road, and i have been talking to people all morning long, and they are upset. >> i'm a little bit appointed. i thought they were a little tired by not having as many days between the games and practices. i was really disappointed on how low scoring the game was.
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>> it was sloppy. it's just the idea that flacco was off. and i think he is going to need some more time to catchup. they kept it close, but that is the same as last week with a backup quarterback. the defense was good, but in 8 quarters, no one scored. we are 8-1. that's not bad. with we are going to do it. all the way. the silver lining is thinking about the optimistic side of things. >> 6:05, well, they should
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call him buck ease. they got close to the history of the game, tying it up, going in to the extra inning, and the or yols beat the yankees. this morning we are going to look at 5 ways to keep your newborns strapped in safely. >> here we go, lady gaga is turning political over the don't ask, don't tell policy. it's a rally she has organized today.
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and it's time to get you back to work. on each wednesday, we call for you to come in and do a 20 second pitch on the air and on the website. let's head to the business news. >> good morning, the feds final meeting before the mid-term elections. they are going to be discussing the policy tomorrow. they are going to focus on the economy. this is a new way to keep the interest rates low. a family was killed in an acceleration accident. foreign investors could become part of a large bank
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within gm. the town was topped at the box office this weekend. $23.8 million over the weekend, and easy a came in second. >>
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>> last week, we told you about some of the popular scams. we have some of the traps that we are learning about. >> any parent would feel sick when you think about the average cost of a college
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education, $40,000. that is why they are encouraging their children to go out and try to get scholarships. >> they tell you are eligible for something before they look at your criteria. >> be aware of any company or add that guarantees they can get you scholarships or grants especially before they know anything about you. >> what you want to do is find them through your college. you want either your college that you are approaching or your high school. those counselors that are affiliated with financial aid, education, and who deal with the legitimate grants, that's your first source. >> and you need to go to another source if you are looking for the alternative ways.
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the scammed schools are common according toking to the bbb. you need to make sure every institution is accredited. >> it's null and void. it's not worth anything. >> there are plenty of programs that are worth your time. research the schools, and see how much interaction you will get with the staff and the students. use the better business bureau sites to think about the claims, and any education will take time, money, and hard work. so if they are promising to deliver this to you in a short period of time, it's unrealistic. >> but it shouldn't be when you are following your dreams. don't get scammed. >> go to right
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now, and click on the scam alert tap. >> now, we have is the certified most accurate radar rate. monday, it's the last day of summer. it hurts to say and think about it, doesn't it. we have another hour to go before we get full light around here. and you can see we are moving 2 1/2 minutes of daylight each day as we are heading through the season. baltimore, the temperatures are high and above normal. but with the breeze out there, it feels chilly. really, we have a clear sky. we have a strong breeze from the north and the northeast, and it is occasionally kicking up to 20 to 25 miles per hour.
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there is two prononetheless creations that i must clarify, igor or igor, either one is just fine, but it is a hurricane. it is racing up to the north and making the closest passage to marryland, and then it will close up the environment and make some gates of warm air. it will feel like summer even throw the -- even though the calendar is changing the season to autumn. it's going to be warm for this time of year. 78 degrees, that's near normal. we have winds that are north and northwest from with --
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with winds 3 to 18 miles per hour. check this out, we are down to 48 degrees. there is the autumn like chill, but it is not going to last long. as we head in to the next few days, upper 70s tomorrow, and mid-80s on wednesday. the lows are down to 65 and 70. it's hard to say muggy when we are down to 70 degrees. let's see what is happening as we start off this work week. >> the crash near glen burnie, it has been cleared and you
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will now be able to flow through there freely. you can see traffic building up on the outer loop lanes, and it is getting slow as you are heading through providence. on the outer loop of west liberty road. 65 is looking good. on the outer loop and 95 southbound, it still looks good. on the tunnel freeway, no delays at this time, 6 minutes as you reach the loop. no issues as you are heading to the capital beltway. jamie back to you. >> when riding in cars with a -- when securing your child
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in a car seat, we have five tips on how to secure your newborn. >> here in westminister, the law enforcement officers have offering car safety checks. >> the manuels are always the best thing. make sure you are reading the manuels for the seat and for the car as with well. understand which way is best, latch or seatbelt. >> sharon is making sure that her precious car do is -- car go is strapped down tightly.
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this gives parents the opportunity to understand all of correct ways. ways of strapping in your baby. refrain from heavy snow suits and keep your baby warm with the blankets. remove the tools in the car seat handle. don't move forward prematurely. when the child outgrows the infant seat, graduate them to a rear facing car seat.
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those who are facing to the back will keep them alive. >> car seat safety checks will be from 10:00 a.m. to noon. >> dancing with the stars, sharing their kills, what do these celebberties have? >> a toddler helps to save this little boy after he was found all by his lonesome. >>
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if they have their way, we're facing a mountain of debt and a massive tax increase. employers will continue to leave our state, taking their jobs with them. the next four years will impact the next decade, so we've put together a road map to 2020. a plan that brings jobs back to maryland by reducing spending and lowering taxes. let's make the maryland we love not just good, but great. now let's get down to work.
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>> here is the news. 6:23. celebberties, dancing with the stars, it starts tonight at 6:00. we have david hassleoff, bristol pay lynn, santana and daughtry will be performing in the first episode. lady gaga describes herself as a voice of my generation. it's part of the don't ask, don't tell. >> out swimming to fight cancer, we have more on this great event, plus, --
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>> a teen what hit and killed on friday. and the driver had no time to react. >> everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases.
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as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician. definitely.
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>> we are going to have more on the freshman who was killed at the bel air intersection last night. hundreds came out to raise money nor the cancer re -- for the cancer research. ravens return home and we hear a lot from the fans. megan is off today, so we have justin this morning. >> this is the last monday of
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summer. we have 20 minutes before sun rise. it's dark and breezy and cool out there. giving in as a category 1 storm, winds are gusting 80 to 90 miles per hour. >> the storm is passing well off to the east and the west. we have the summer heat, and we are trying to return that this week and i say that with baited breath, because autumn begins on thursday morning. we are going to aim with sunshine this morning to 75:00 by lunchtime, and it gets us up to a seasonable 78 degrees at 4:00. >> the metro is quiet, and we are not working any accidents at this time, but you will see
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the slowing on the outer loop on the west side. it's a little slow going as you approach the tunnels. you can see the traffic looks good northbound and southbound, there is no problems around the area and we are off to a nice start. 95 southbound, and 45 minutes from the white march to the beth way. no problems as you are heading to the beltway. >> friday night, night out, a freshman with friends tries to cross the street in bel air, and he doesn't make it. >> he had so much to look forward to. a new school year, he made the high school football team, but that ended when he was hit by a car, joey


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