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-- pringle. whether you are headed to hunt valley for komen maryland race for the cure or the harvest festival, there's a lot happening this weekend. >> lynette has a check of the weather. >> it's important weekend and i think you will like what i have. this morning, though, we are dealing with some scattered showers across the area. so maryland's most powerful radar is wet. we were wetter this morning and we had thunderstorms. those are pretty much out of here as of now. dealing with light rain in joshing this morning. so if you are going along i-83 up to red lion, you will feel that. around -- delta is dry. jarrettsville drying out and one lone shower around anne arundel county this morning. we are seeing that around green haven and also lake shore. so, be prepared for the off and on scattered showers as we continue through the morning. but it will slowly but surely taper off going into the afternoon. right now, temperatures are very mild. you don't need the heavy coat at all. temperatures at 65 degrees in
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chestertown and 60 in clarksville and catonsville. and this is the planner throughout the day. lunchtime temperatures 72. it's going to be a warm day on tap. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook good morning. >> reporter: good morning. as you mentioned, we are dealing with fog across the region. expect reduced visibility. roads will be wet out there as well. so, slow it down and be careful as you head out and howard county, a fallen utility pole in ellicott city that shut down old frederick road at mckenzie road. use interstate 70 instead. that will be nice and clear. and if you are headed out to 95, here's a live look at the south side at interstate 195. traffic is moving along. no delays heading down to dc and everything will be nice and clear heading through the fort mchenry tunnel. 695 g's to be in -- going to be in great shape. an 11 minute right on outer loop from 95 up to 83. and no problems to report on the west side of the beltway. just 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 795 all the way down to 95. that's a look at your abc2
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timesaver traffic. megan and charley over to you. news time 5:31. they are watching and listening to you on your ride to and from woman. the mta says it's for your safety but some say it goes too far. sherrie johnson is here and we have covered crimes on buses before. i suppose this is in response to that. >> reporter: yes, it is. mta wants to use cameras to beef up security and keep passengers safe. there's 10 cameras on every bus. four outside and 6 inside recording your every move and word. the mta has had surveillance video but -- but audio was off limits until now. acting on a ruling from the attorney general office that it's lawful, training is underway for drivers and the first 10 buses equipped with the cameras hit the road with more than 300 others to follow in the next few months. the american civil liberties union says the mta has gone -- mta has gone too far.
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last month's assault on a woman by two people on a north avenue line shows the need for sound to go with surveillance pictures. >> she is alleging the case may have been a hate crime. we have got video of the incident, but don't have audio. and that would help make the case as we try to find the two young men involved in the attack. >> the technology certainly exist to have the cameras be the audio be turned on only when there's public safety incident that would warrant it. >> reporter: the mta says the recordings will only be kept for 30 days and no one will monitor every conversation. critics say that once the conversations reach a data base the government cannot be trusted to keep from using them as it chooses. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. a funeral for one family member is tough enough but a funeral for five is unimaginable especially when four are under the age of 7. nancy worrell and her four
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young grandchildren died in a fire in northeast baltimore last week. they were remembered as loving people from a close-knit family. nearly 1,000 people packed the mount pleasant church to pay respects and to mourn the terrible tragedy. >>i love you. [audio not understandable] >>i love you and thank. [audio not understandable] to my nieces and nephew i thank god for all of you. rest in peace and you truly will be missed. >> all five were buried today at due rany -- dulaney valley memorial gardens. investigators are trying todetermine a cause of the fire. a police cpt is -- captain is working the desk after testimony about the county executive came under question. low polled is charged with using members of the security detail for personal services.
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county council member says. [audio not understandable] >> you have two different groups police officers giving two very different testimonies and it's reasonable someone was not being honest and i ask the state attorney to look at it. >> the prosecutor is investigating if hodge committed perjury he is a 16 year veteran of the force. the trial is scheduled for january. a father of two, a 6 year veteran of the force died. the prince george's county police department is mourning a loss of one of their own. officer kevin bowden kid in a car -- died in a car crash. his cruiser hit another car and crashed into a utility pole. the driver of the other car was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. a witness says bowden was cut off by the investigation into the crash is not complete. news around the nation right now. very scary moments for a store clerk. watch as she flips over a wall in maine.
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and takes off running. a masked man is on her hills. police don't know if the gunman attended a robbery or another violent act. the gunman is on the loose. not so glamorous part about having a child is dealing with stinky diapers and that's why a woman says she was kicked off a bus. nicole rides the bus every day and was taking her 1-year-old to the doctor because he had diarrhea. there were half a mile from the clinic when the driver stopped the bus. >> right after that she told me i needed to get off the bus. i said why is that? and she said you -- your baby smells really bad and it's not fair we have to smell that. >> she got off the bus and changed the diaper and she filed a complaint with the bus company and they say while the driver does feel terrible, she had to look out for the other passengers on board. if you can't strike it big while playing the lottery you hope guys like this win. >> a 22-year-old from massachusetts won 30.5 million
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dollars but don't expect him to rush out and by a -- buy a fancy car or luxury vacation e plans to pay off his-- he plans to pay off his mom's mortgage help family and donating charities. he has been supporting his family since he was 14 years old. >> my dad was around and within the away my freshman year -- and passed away my freshman year. >> his girlfriend had just dumped him. >> look at that 30 million dollars might soften the blow. >> just a bit. as children many of you dreamed of being royalty but did you think about the price tag that comes with being a princess. >> big price tag. how much would it cost you may ask? coming up a fashion magazine says it now has a number. we will bring you the breakdown. >> also ahead this morning, the predictions are in for the next coming winter season. we will tell you who could expect a winter wonderland and who could be in store for warm weather. aplçlçéd.ñ.ñhrókññoo[
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some little girl's dream of being a princess but to look like one it comes at a price. kate middleton's beauty and style and looks great. but it cost 164,000 dollars a
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year. most of the money goes to clothes about 114,000 dollars a year. and then about 42,000 dollars a year that goes towards beauty and skin treatments haircuts and color nails and the rest of the total goes to makeup, perfume and a gym membership. i can't see her work out at a snap fitness. i imagine she has a gym in the castle right? >> a gym in the castle. exactly. yes. the weather for today is going to improve going through time. let's talk about what he he going on right now. because we are looking at few showers around harford county and cecil county is drying out. and that's good news. baltimore county we are seeing more light rain moving into the picture. off and -- off and on through the morning and it will be out of here later into the evening and afternoon time frame. this is what is going to make its way in here. as we go to the south, we have more showers and storms in
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virginia pushing from north carolina this morning. make sure to have that rain gear. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if you are traveling in howard county right now, we have a fallen utility pole shoulding down owed frederick road. use interstate 70 instead. as far as the beltway, it's nice and clear all the way around and heading to the harrisburg expressway, this is what it looks like north of 695. everything up to speed. no delays once you do get on the jfx and head downtown. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan and charley over to you. >> reporter: fall brings with it the cooler days and piles of fallen leaves and, of course, the changing of the colors. >> coming up, how charm city is getting you in the mood for fall and where you can go this weekend to take it all in. >> reporter: and in two days this place is going to be cure. i am linda so live at hunt valley town center. how you can show your pour in the fight against breast cancer
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i'll have the build your own burger with a...n? sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are now at denny's. mothers coworkers young and old men and women breast cancer has a number of victims. >> and you probably know one of them. that's why every single year we join the race for the cure. linda so is live and the race is sunday but there's time to register correct? >> reporter: there is and
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there's plenty of space. we are live this morning at hunt valley town center. this place will be packed sunday morning. that is when the race is happening. joining us this morning to tell us more about it and why you can still register brittany thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> reporter: people can register. >> they are. registration is open here at hunt valley town center today from noon to 7 p.m. and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and then people can come out and register on race morning starting at 6 a.m. >> reporter: let's talk about race day. there's so much going on besides the race. there's a race village that people can show up lots of fun going on there. >> yes. we have a ton of things going on race morning. the program actually starts at 6 a.m. and we have a survivor parade that goes from 40 to -- 4 to 7 and survivors go throughout the village and it's an emotional experience. and we have a live band federal hill billies that will play in the race village. sponsors are having a ton of giveaways and it's good festival atmosphere. there's a lot to do and it's
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family friendly and we encourage you to bring out the entire family. >> reporter: last year you see it the whole family mom, dad and children. >> even children. we have a kids for the cure registration site for those who are 11 and under. and you know it's fun to bring them out and have them be part of the atmosphere and what's going on. >> reporter: great. every year is so inspiring. thanks. registration happens today. here at the what used to be filene's basement. you can register today, tomorrow or sunday morning. live p hunt valley, linda so -- live in hunt valley, linda so abc2 news. the man identified as victim one in the jerry sandusky case will reveal his identity he appears on 20/20 tonight. this is in conjunction with the release of his book. silent no more victim one's fight for justice.
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prosecutors -- -- disirmman is charged with kill -- zimmerman is charged with kill trayvon martin and is claiming self-defense. we will give an update on the pakistani teen who the in the head by members of the taliban. she was outspoken about women getting an education and her doctors in the uk will update us on the condition in 20 minutes. that shooting sparked protest throughout pakistan. the star-spangled celebration what economic impact of more than $165 million for the state's economy. almost a third of those attending were from outside maryland and had more tan 3/4 from outside baltimore city. if you want to earn 50,000 dollars in one shot figure out how to block robo calls. federal trade commission is offer that-- offering that to the idea that works to stop the prerecorded phone pitches. look for fun activities for the family? if so head to the inner harbor tomorrow. the 5th annual harbor harvest
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is taking place near the maryland science center. and there are plenty of activities for the kids. including an urban pumpkin patch, a hay maze, face painting and there's going to be plenty of food and wine and beer at the beer garden it. runs from 10 -- garden it. runs from 10 to 2 in the afternoon. if you want to get away from the weather go west. government forecasters predict the western half can expect a unusually warm dry winter. they blame it on el nino. the pacific weather system has not formed as expect and the weather is less certain. the gulf coast will see a unusual wet winter and the east coast is from the equal chance category meaning it has a equal opportunity for above or -- >> below. >> how did i get around this. here's how it reads above near or below normal chances. >> i was thinking is it going
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to rain today? >> it's going rain today. i can tell you that. >> speak up for your scientists here. what do you say we have a 33, 33 to 33% chance. >> exactly. the thing is everyone wants to know if we will have snow and that forecast doesn't tell us when snowstorms will hit or how much we will get. we won't know until 3 days out of that snowstorm happening. so there you go. >> what did you say? >> is it going to rain today? >> it's going rain today. we have the rain now across the area. we can see more showers coming in as we head through the rest of the morning. and then things will taper off as we go through this afternoon and evening. we see a big spin in the atmosphere back off towards the west. that is going to stay away from us. it's going to stay off to the north. still, across the area, but we won't drop any ran across the area. just cloud cover as we go through tomorrow and then we will see plenty of sunshine building in for sunday. but right now, temperatures are mild this morning. so you don't need the big coat. but, you do need the rain gear. so you have to have something
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50-50 out there. at the surface we are waiting for the cold front to move through and it will do so for today. hint it, it will get cooler and breezych as we look at the future trend, still around 8, we have a chance for showers in the forecast. so, keep the umbrella handy and then things will taper off. you can see slowly but surely still though not going to rule out an isolated shower as we go into the afternoon around the eastern shore. again, that upper-level low is still going to be on top of us heading through today and tomorrow. and until that pushes out of here by sunday, i haveto keep a chance in here. but high pressure is going to be our friend on sunday. and through next week. that temperature today i am going with is 74 degrees. breezy conditions will prevail. 48 degrees and dry decreasing clouds by tonight. 65 degrees, much cool are by tomorrow and -- cooler by tomorrow. we are looking great for the komen race. it will be chilly with the temperatures starting out at 46 or 48 and look at the warmup going into next week.
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it's going to be nice. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. layer up for the komen race. it will shut down many roads this sunday in hunt valley. now the race begins at 8:00 at the executive plaza building but beginning at 6 in the morning, eastbound shawan road will be shut down at mccormick road. other closures at 7:30 york road will be shut down along the southbound lanes at shawan road and the northbound direction will shut down 15 minutes later between ashland and shah one wan roads. these -- shawan road. for a complete list go to right now there are no delays on the harrisburg expressway. traveling on 695, no problems to report from parkville all the way up to towson. a live look downtown 95 at 395, traffic is moving right along. no problems to report moving through the fort mchenry tunnel and harbor tunnel nice and clear. that's look at your abc2 time saber traffic. megan and charl -- timesaver
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traffic. meg and and charley over to you. a marine is thankful to behome with his family. >> the surprise eunion when he showed up -- reunion when he showed up to meet his sister. hundred and eighty million dollars for maryland schools. that's a lot of money. my classroom. games and a new casino for maryland. million more for education every year. the money goes where it's supposed to. it's the law. this is about our kids. this is about better schools. seven. i'm voting for question seven. i'm voting for question seven.
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an ordinary school day turns extraordinary for a 4th grader. >> sasha was sitting in her class when her brother walked through the door. staff sergeant trazar finished his 5th tour overseas. and he says that his sister she is proud of him. but she hopes he is home foregood. >> she doesn't want me to -- for good. >> she doesn't want me to go back. it pains her when i tell her i am not going and a couple months later i go. i volunteer and go back out with my guys. i enjoy being out there with my fellow marines. >> the latest tour had him in afghanistan for the past ten months. stay with us this morning, she had big plans after college graduation. however, all of that changed. it was put on hold because africanser diagnose nice this morning as we count down to the komen race, meet brigette spence. >> and also ahead, spend hours shopping for the right dress but she never got to wear it.
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we will tell you why the teen was not allowed to go to a homecoming dance.
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i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i'm honored to approve this message. you're watching the station that works for you, now, good morning maryland. >> this is just creepy a man is caught on his came that that he used to secretly video tape women in howard county. now police are look for the guy. we will show you his face.


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