tv Eyewitness News Morning Edition CBS November 11, 2013 6:00am-7:00am EST
a little chilly. sharon is watching the roads. marty's over at first warning weather. 38 degrees on tv hill. at last check it was and still is 2 degrees off of the temperature yesterday. we lost yesterday's wind though. 55 at lunch going to a high of about 56. sun to start, clouds late. wet snow this time tomorrow morning. we'll explain it all shortly. don, take it away. >> thank you. any complications on the cos sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> hi, don. good morning, everyone. we picr first one. that one could effect on the eastern shore. 50 westbound at route 8, roman coke road. we have an accident blocking the right lane. on the beltway speeds still at 55. same goes for 95. that's a look at 895 at the harbor tunnel looking good. another look outside, 83 at padonia road. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. we have a college advisory s along this morning.
mcdaniel college in westminster is opening late at 10:00 a.m. because of a power outage. days after a typhoon devastated the philippines the government and international relief agencies are still struggling to get aid to those who certainly need it. here is susan mcginnis reporting for wjz. >> typhoon haiyan came ashore in vietnam this morning as a category 1 storm. far weaker than the potential record-breaking typhoon that crashed into the philippines friday. >> tens of thousands are feared dead but getting an accurate count is hard is communication systems down in many areas. jim eds is a photographer from florida who was in one of the hard-hit areas. >> it was complete chaos. just a mass of people trying tot out of there for security reasons and because there's no food or water. >> president obama said his thoughts and prayers go out to the people effected by the storm. he ordered the pentagon to deploy marines to assist in
recovery efforts. >> the first waive of u.s. government aid arrived. >> food, water, it's always the basics they need. >> lewis is a red cross relief worker from boston headed to the philippines. >> it's my home country. i've seen a lot of devastationsn the philippines. it's emotional. it's part of the job. >> the devastation is so severe people are digging through the debris to find food as they wait for the much-needed help. susan mcginnis, wjz eyewitness news. >> here organizations are mobilizing relief efforts. catholic relief services and lutheran world relief are already sending over much-needed items and volunteers. >> we're told that it's as big a disaster in terms of its impact as the earthquake in hati and the indian ocean tsunami. we're looking a major disaster.
>> among the items being acceptability out, 8,000 tarps to provide temporary shelters for those who lost their homes. in this city a neighborhood shuts down for hours after a threat sends swat teams to under armor head quarters. it turned out to be a hoax. wjz and mike schuh is live with more on this. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, don. good morning, everyone. policee olent threat seriously enough that the head quarters wassing evacuated and the neighborhood. >> those here in south baltimore finally returned home after the swat team gives the all clear. sunday afternoon police respond this force after 911 dispatchers received a threat to under armor employees. >> we came out, our swat teams cleared the facility, we evacuated areas. >> many people were standing outside cold and frustrated. >> an officer came around and said you have to evacuate the
area, we have a situation going on. >> there's fear and anxiety and hour of searching after police discover the threat is a prank call. >> you had me come from dundalk down to south system to make sure my mother is okay. >> dorothy is without her medication for several hours and she couldn't be more disgusted. >> i think they aught to be ashamed of themselves to pull something on the people like that, make other people suffer for nothing. >> so only a dozen people were evacuated from the building and the caller will face harsh penalties for all of this wasted manpower. >> false calls put a lot of people in danger. they take resources from the city. >> reporter: police aren't saying if they have any suspects. reporting live at the under armor head quarters in south baltimore, mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. under armor will be back open tg . in college park an elderly man is dead after a house fire that happened in the 5200 block
of south place. firefighters say the home was packed with card board boxes making it difficult for them to get around inside. an 80-year-old was still able to escape but the body of an 82-year-old man believed to be her husband was found inside. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. a woman was struck and killed by a train at the silver spring metro station. a washington dc metro spokesperson said it appears to have been an accident. the circumstances are still unclear. the woman was rescued from the tracks and taken to a hospital yesterday where she later died. the silver spring metro station was temporarily closed down. the annapolis city council is trying to stipthe mayor of his power. this comes days after mike pantelides was elected mayor. a member of the council said he will introduce a charter amendment to move annapolis to a council manager style of government now. under the legislation the city manager
will report to the council and not to the mayor. someone in this area is waking up $1 million richer. someone bought a powerful ticket for that amount. the winner gets the second tier prize, guessing the first five numbers as 3, 9, 47, 59 and 52 but not guessing the powerball right, which was 32. the winner has 180 days to collect the money. some veterans from florida pay a visit to the capital. 50 of them flew in from fort meyers, florida to washington dc to visit the memorials that honor their service. they made the trip thank to a non-profit organization that raised $65,000 in just six weeks. >> 90 years old and one memorable scene before i die.
>> veterans days are planned all across maryland for today. for a complete list go to cbsbaltimore.com. for the first time miami dolphins player richie incognito sat down for an interview about the hazing scandal. he's accused of harassing jonathan martin. he's been suspended from the league while the nfl investigates. he said his words came from a place of love. >> this isn't an issue about bullying, this is an issue of my and john's relationship where i may -- i've taken stuff too far and i didn't know it was hurting him. i can't sit here and tell you who over reacted, who did what. i can just sit here and be accountable for my actions. >> martin still has not spoken publicly about the issue but expected to discuss it next week. ravens fans are waking up happy.
here is sports director mark viviano. >> good morning. well, the ravens and bengals plf the sloppiest football games you will ever see combining for six turn overs and 17 penalties. in the end baltimore had reason to celebrate. >> amid all the mistakes the ravens got good enough field position early to score two touchdowns. flacco to smith for a 17-0 lead. the ravens offense was awful. flacco flew two interceptions and fumbled one away. he was sacked five times too. >> the ravens beat up andy dalton who was stacked five times. he threw three interceptions. the bengals stunned the ravens with a second halftime come back. a desperation tipped and into the
ends of a.j. green. game tied 17-all headed to over time. the ravens made a big defensive stop that put them in position to win with a field goal. justin tucker nails it. a 20-17 over time win that was far from perfect but desperately needed as it snaps the ravens three-game losing streak. >> it feels great to get that sink off our shoe. it's like stepping in dog dodo. we have to keep fighting. . >> couldn't be more proud of our guys. every single phase of our football team wound a way to win. >> with the victory the ravens improve to 4-5. they head out on the road to play the bears in chicago next sunday. back to you. >> thank you. you can see that game next sundt 1:00 live right here on wjz 13. you can use the time in between to enter the purple pride slide show
contest. go to cbsbaltimore.com and up load your photos. it's sponsored by the zone super store. >> so my question still remains, why would marvin not attempt a field goal in over time. keeping in mind i love marvin lewis. i got to know him when i was doing ravens tv during the first super bowl run. a finer man. >> i agree. >> i'm just trying to figure out why a really brilliant football coach didn't kick that field goal. i know he was kicking into the wind but what's the worst that happens. the ravens get the ball there? they got it there anyway. i would say it's a gift but a win in a division is a win in the division. that's the news. now to charlie rose in new york. >> [laughter] let's take a look at a
graphic we have for you. we have cold air moving our way. that's going to get your attention tomorrow morning with wet snow flakes blowing around with zero impact. what has any attention is how cold it's going to get. 56 today. the next two days temperatures w 40s. much of the day in the upper 30s. temperatures essentially 15 degrees below normal. ron, good morning. it's the day after a win. how are you? >> reporter: that is correct. you know, i was looking at the standings. there are about six teams with four or five wins battling for that second playoff spot, including the ravens. the game, and i don't like to look ahead, but two weeks the jets here looms huge. >> huge. and if any ravens fans are woney wondering why we're saying one wildcat spots because we know one is going to win and
one is going to be a wild card, denver and kansas city. there's one spot left. >> reporter: you got it. we're going to talk about the mt down when we get back after our little promo. it's a busy time with the girl scouts of central maryland when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. thanks so much for being with us. it is a very interesting start to this day. crystal clear, blue skies, it's going to be absolutely a gorgeous few hours. then we're going to cloud up, then we're going to get some showers, 24 hours from now some wet snow. calm winds now, 37 degrees. 69% humidity.
barometer is at 30.24. 30 oakland, 34 cumberland, 36 hagerstown, 34 elkton, low 40s easton, pax river 33 in westminster and columbia, 37 annapolis and kent island. temperatures behind this front are at least 15 degrees below normal. normal now is 58. there's going to be some showers as it comes through. then low pressure powering this front across the great lakes if you will. it's going to grab cold air fleeing it this on the very back of that rain. that's going to give us some wet snow. it's going to get quite visual tomorrow morning for a time. the impact really going to be zero. this is going to be the first time you see snow blowing around. that's god to be my head line, it's going to get cold. 56 degrees is going to be the high
this day. sun followed by clouds. 38 degrees, a passing shower late. because of those passing showers and that cold air coming in on them you could see snow flakes tomorrow morning, 15, 20, 30 minutes or so. that's got to be the head line. 15 below know normal and windyw -- below normal and windy. it will be 27 degrees over night. 50 on thursday is no day at the beach, still 8 below normal. 57 friday, saturday sunny and 62 degrees. anything interesting on the interstates? here is sharon at wjz traffic control. >> good morning, everyone. one problem down towards the dc9 5 northbound at powder mill road we have an accident blocking all but one lane there. so that could cause you some problems. also an accident now
in belcamp, that one on philadelphia road at 543. 55 is your average on the top and west side of the beltway. there's a look at 95, speeds still nice. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. let's go places. let's send it over to manic monday. >> ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> all right. let's go right on out to ron maz . take it away. >> reporter: do you know what happens two weeks from today? >> the manic monday melt down. >> reporter: that's right, hern fells point. invitations went out last nightr group didn't get an invitation please let me know by
e-mailing me at email@example.com. if you haven't to a melt down it's a great down. we enjoy it. we have coffee and doe in and nuts. that makes it worthwhile in itself. come on down. we're going to have a party. the mammoth manic monday melt down just 2 weeks away. it's manic monday at jimmy's in fells point with the girl scouts of maryland. it's cookie time. come on over. how are you? >> fine. i just want to say happy veterans day to all of the veterans, current military personnel. appreciate your service and sacrifice. >> reporter: thank you. cookies on sale? >> that's right. the girls are out selling cookin buy a few boxes for them.
we send cookies to military personnel all over the world every year. we would love to have you support our troops. >> reporter: thank you so much. that is great. thank you. >> thank you, ron. >> reporter: tony, hole that fa -- hold that for a second. don't eat them. the troops we have, we have girl scouts from hamilton, ohhings mills, white marsh, perry hall. >> reporter: morgan, you were at the ravens game yesterday? >> yes, i was. >> reporter: how many boxes did you sell? >> 194. >> reporter: you're awesome. e cookie monster. >> yes, i am. >> reporter: at . let me get my twanger. here we go. it's manic monday in fells poine girl scouts of central maryland. two weeks until m4, november 25th,come on down.
buy those girl scout cookies and send them to the troops. >> ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> ♪ 6 o'clock already, i was just in of a dream ♪ ♪ i was kissing valentino by a chris cal blue italian stream ♪ ♪ but i can't be late because then i guess i won't get paid ♪ ♪ these are the days when you wish your bed was already made ♪ ♪ it's just another manic monday ♪ ♪ i wish it was ♪ ♪ that's my fun day ♪ ♪ my i don't have to run day ♪ ♪ it's just another manic monday ♪ >> reporter: oh, yeah. fabulous. >> awesome. rock so lid. >> reporter: we want to invite
you back for the mammoth monday melt down in two weeks. >> that's as solid as the thin mints. >> reporter: morgan, what would you like to say? >> back to you on tv hill. >> reporter: thank you. give yourselves a big hand. see you. >> have you ever taken a thin mint and put it in the freezer. >> yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> we're goi,,,,
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still powerful enough to injury 1,600 people. >> it could have hit the surface and made a crater. >> it prompted nasa to do a quiet table top deal where such a hit on dc was expected to kill 78,000 people. >> the rock had a hit siberia was just 62 feet. it is four to five times more likely. >> the earlier we gain warning of these the better we can make civil defense preparedness about them. >> nasa plans to look for smaller asteroids and there's a goal to catch one for study and learn the best way to redirect them away from a collision course with earth. there's another possibility like the one over russia, once in every 150 years to once in every 30.
back to you. >> thank you. that table top drill that nasa t imated the hit off of the mid atlantic coast could generate a tsunami 49 feet tall. next up this morning right here on wjz. >> the u.s. mobilizes to provide relief to the philippines. i'm susan mcginnis in washington. under armor head quarters and the surrounding neighborhood is evacuated. i'm mike schuh, find out why next. the ravens work over time to end a three-game losing streak. i'm mark viviano with highlights an action to their victory coming up. now is the time the we usually start seeing delays on the road. we will check out our sensors and camerasjust in just
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it is the bottom of the hour. some clouds have moved into our clear over night sky to the south and east. sharon is watching the roads. marty is over at first warning weather. let's take a look at the numbers. it's 37 degrees on tv hill. we have 99% clear skies. you want to see clouds, give it 12 hours and they will give us wet snow. did i say wet snow? yes, i do. 37 degrees now, 2 off of yesterday's numbers. we start sunny and end cloudy. wet snow with cold air tomorrow and wednesday. 55 at lunch, 56 your high. how about the rush right now? here is sharon at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. a couple of problems could get r way. a new one on 295 northbound at
197. accident there blocking the left lane. also an accident to the south on 95 northbound at powder mill road, only the left lane getting by. if you're traveling in belcamp, philadelphia road at 543. speeds still looking great, even though this is the time we usually start to see the delays. i'm guessing the veteran's holiday is causing things to be lighter than normal. 95 looking good. there's a look at west side at liberty road. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. mcdaniel college is opening0 a.m. because of a power outage. in the news, thousands of people in southeast asia are taking cover as typhoon haiyan makes land fall many vietnam. it also leaves behind a path of destruction in the philippines. here is susan mcginnis with the latest for wjz. >> typhoon haiyan came ashore in vietnam this morning as a category 1 storm.
far weaker than the potential record-breaking typhoon that crashed into the philippines friday. >> tens of thousands are feared dead but getting a count is hard because of communications down. jim eds was in one of the hard-hit areas. >> it was complete chaos. there's a mass of people tryingt out because of no food or water. >> president obama said his thoughts and prayers go out to the people effected by the storm. he ordered the pentagon to deploy marines to assist. >> the first waive of government aid arrived. >> food, water is always the basics they need. >> lewis is a red cross relief worker from boston headed to the philippines. >> it's my home country. it's emotional. it's part of tb job. >> the devastation is so severe people are digging through the
debris to find food as they watch for the much-needed help. susan mcginnis, wjz eyewitness news. >> wind gusts for the typhoon topped 170 miles per hour in the philippines. a growing bribery investigation in the military. the navy suspended access to classified material for two offices. bruce love less and ted branch. the suspensions come in the wake of a bribery investigation that prosecutors say is endangered national security. three other senior officers have been arrested accused of accepting bribes, including acts of prostitution in exchange for favorable treatment for a naval services provider in singapore. a prank call leads to an evacuate in south morning. here is mike schuh. >> reporter: good morning. police took this violent threaty
ly, restricting access to the neighborhood. >> those here in south baltimore finally returned home after the city swat team gives an all clear for the under armor building. sunday afternoon 911 dispatchers receive a threat to employees. >> we took that threat seriously. our swat team cleared the facility. >> for five hours streets were shut down, leaving many people standing outside cold and frustrated. >> an officer came around and said you have to evacuate the area, we have a situation going on. >> there's fear and anxiety and hours of searching as police discover the threat is a prank call. >> you had me come from dundalk all the way down here to south baltimore is make sure my mother is okay. >> dorothy with without her medication for several hours and she couldn't be more disgusted.
>> they aught to be ashamed of themselves. >> the caller will face harsh penalties for all of this wasted manpower. >> false caughts put a lot of people in danger. they take resources from the city. >> reporter: police don't have any suspects. >> under armor will be back open this morning. a teenager and a state trooper hospitalized following a fatal accident over in booster county. investigators safe the trooper car hit the two teens in berlin on saturday. 16-year-old tymere dennis was killed and he and his brother crossed the corrode in front of the car. the trooper is also hospitalized. two men are behind bars after a heist at a bike shop. bryan davis and hikeem epps are charged with stealing several
bikes. officers say they've recovered five of the seven bikes stolen. you probably noticed the holiday shopping season is underway and the turkey is not on our tables as of yet. as tim williams reports,many retailers say they have good reason to kick off sales earlier this year. >> it's becoming the new normal, the holiday shopping season starting earlier and earlier. online shopping is big this year. they are expected to be up 15% from 2012. the early start giving retailers an edge. >> it's about market share. it's about trying to capture thf americans that like to get this work done in november. >> america's largest retailer wal-mart kicked off the online holiday shopping deals followed by target and others. >> it's just a very, very competitive world out there. >> a late thanksgiving shortens
the shopping season by a week. this strategy helps even the score. >> before 8:00 and while you're still in your slippers you can see whatever deals are online. if you don't like any go to the stores when they open at 10:00 a.m. >> there's expected to be a 5% boost in people looking for online deals. it's the first time in 15 years the internet is expected to be the number one shopping destination. >> with americans using mobile devices it's become the new normal. >> it's going to be like this for quite some time. . >> holiday sales are expected to be up 4% this year up from 3.5%. the university of maryland college park is celebrating another acc championship. the terps top ranked field hockey team took on north carolina for the acc title yesterday. maryland breaks a scoreless tie in the second half. they won 2-0.
they win it for the 10th time. turning to the ravens, it wasn't the easiest win they are celebrating a win over the bengals. here is mark viviano. >> good morning. the ravens and bengals played one of the sloppiest football games you will ever see, combining for six turn overs and 17 penalties. even though the ravens blew a 17-0 lead at home they had reason to celebrate. >> amid the mistakes the ravens got good enough field position early to score two touchdowns. flacco to smith for a 17-0 lead. the ravens offense over all was awful. flacco threw two interceptions and fumbled one away. he was sacked five times. the ravens didn't score in the f . >> the ravens beat up bengals quarterback dalton who was sacked five times. he threw three interceptions. two of those picked off by james adebo.
the bengals stunned the ravens with a come back. a desperation pass tipped and into the hands of a.j. green into the end zone. game tied 17-all headed to over time. the ravens made a big defensive stop and tucker nails it from 46 yards out. a 20-17 win that was far from perfect but desperately needed. >> it feels great to get that stink off or shoe. it's like stepping in dog dodo. it feels good to get rid of that. we just got to keep fighting. >> couldn't be more proud of our guys. every phase found a way to mean. we say by whatever means necessary and that held true today. >> the ravens improve to 4-5. they get the win at home and head out to play the bears next sunday. >> you can see that game next
sunday live at 1:00 right here on wjz 13. >> we'll do football talk after that game. in two weeks one of the biggest games of the year because it has huge wild card implications, the new york jets come to baltimore. which jets team will show up? we'll find out the day we play the game. >> got you. on coffee with, it's chaz ps antare. he's back in town. they have the great restaurant t . this saturday night at the lyric chaz is bringing the legendary bronx tale to stage at the lyric. it's for one night only. he's going to be talking about that and a whole bunch of other stuff. we have a nice web extra to go along with it. sharon gibala has our wjz traffic control. baltimore crystal clear this morning. we're going to talk about wjz traffic control.
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good morning. thanks for being with us. 37 now. 69% humidity. calm winds. bart 30.26. you walk outside and feel that . for many of us that's going to be the ambient temperature tomorrow and wednesday. not the morning temperature but the afternoon temperature. a high of 42, 43. 30 oakland, 36 hagerstown, 43 dt on, pax river and ocean city, 33 bel air, 39 westminster, 37 columbia, annapolis and kent island, 43 rock hall. we have this big cold front moving our way. it's 15 degrees below normal going to be the daytime highs. when this new air mass finally comes through the mid atlantic what's going to happen is as it does we're going to see some shower activity over night. then cold air is coming in on the very north western edge, the very
back edge oh of that shower activity. we're going to get a burst of wet snow tomorrow morning. just wet snow is really not going to do anything. it's going to get visual here potentially for 15 minute to an hour. all right. i'm telling you, that has got te the head line. normal high is 58. close to it today with a high of 56. sun followed by clouds, showersg to bed. 38 is your over night low. thas 6 above freezing. 43 tomorrow. there's going to be that burst w in the morning. it's going to be colder and getn windy. that's going to be the blistering heat of the day. you throw a windchill down on that and it could be in the mid 30s. same deal on wednesday with a slight freeze, 42. look at the over night lows. 40 thursday, 57 friday and 62 saturday. are you still commuting on this veteran's day monday?
if so, here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> we have a couple of accidents. 295 northbound at 197, the left lane blocked there. only the left lane getting by on 95 northbound at powder mill road. that accident still there in belcamp, philadelphia at 543. a reduced morning because of the holiday. there's a look at the west side at old court road. this traffic report is bought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. now is the time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. let's go places. back over to you. >> thank you. i think chaz has been on this show like four times. >> i missed each one. >> you have never met chaz. >> i told him, there's normally somebody who sits in this chair. we will prove it right now.
this morning's coffee with is with chaz palmantare. >> welcome back chaz, a man i just blew off for lunch. people are going to go what. chaz is in town promoting a bronx tale which you will be performing at the lyric. >> right. >> a dear friend of hours said -- of ours said why don't you join us. it's a day to go to the gym. >> absolutely. i wouldn't miss my work out eit. >> you look good. >> thanks. >> not you ever looked bad. what's the first thing i said to you? >> you look good, look like you lost weight. >> is there a reason? >> if you've seen me do a show, that's physical for 85 minutes running on stage and playing 18 characters. you have to be in good shape. i take it very seriously. >> so it's not just for this
one show in baltimore. you're back on the road again? >> no. i do maybe 25, 30 dates a year . >> okay. >> a few of them i'll do between the movies and television. it's fun. >> you know, that's still a lot of work. that's a heck of a commitment. not only that, you've been doing this for a long time. does it still give you a buzz? >> oh, yeah. you have to come and see it. >> i'm going to. >> you have to come and see why i get a buzz when i do it. this is the original show i did that robert denario saw that head the movie a bronx tale. after that i did all the other ones. it means a lot to me. it's my life. >> i got you. i understand. still, none the s a commitment and you have to look at yourself and say here's the
calendar, i have to start training. >> it's good for me. it's good to train. intlsz on u >> on your cheat day what do you eat? >> even when i cheat i don't eat much. have a couple of bites of something and that's it. a bite of chocolate cake, a bite of cannoli, a little plate of pasta. >> you're allowed a cheat day. tony, a good friend of mine, one went into i-hop and it was a scene out after the dinner, ordered from the left side of the menu. >> when i cheat i cheat just a little. i don't want to go over board. once you go there you can't return. >> we're going to do a web extra with chaz. how is the bronx eatery doing? >> very good. we're excited about the restaurd we have one of the top three
pizzas in the united states. old fire oven pizza. >> i meant to tell you, every once in a while your partner, the lenl dare vitali's will put on facebook, sergio in facebook, i just made these meat balls. i'm over here slobering on myself. >> he's a great chef. >> you know what's interestingu and guys and cindy and tony in their restaurants, inner harbor east has really extended out. that chaz location was really critical into inner harbor east moving out to fells point. >> absolutely. it's a booming place. baltimora great place. >> definitely. >> let's do the plug. scomblsz
-- >> sure. >> a bronx tale november 16th at 8:00. any chance when this selling out there will be another show added or is this the shot? >> only one show. i can only do one show because f previous things. >> okay. fine. you can go to the lir yric website, ticket master, call them or go online. >> i do want to say that i have a few hundred tickets for all the wounded warriors. i'm going to donate those. anyone who comes in who wants to buy tickets for the wounded warriors, that money goes directly to them, not to me. >> that's cool. you'll be doing that the night e show? >> the night of the show. i think i have 300 seats. if i want someone to come in and sponsor the wounded warriors to come and see the show. any veteran can come and see it. whoever sponsors it, that money
let's talk some this morning. it's about 38 degrees. sunshine followed by increasinga high of 56 degrees. now here is sharon at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. very quiet out there. only onet at this point. it's in belcamp on 543 at philadelphia road. other wise speeds in the clear on the beltway and on 95. definitely a reduced rush today because of the veterans day holiday. there's a live look at the west side of the beltway at old court road. another look at 95. this traffic report is brought u by jiffy lube. extend the life of your car with a quick oil change at jiffy lube in between meetings. you don't need an appointment. an area college is opening late this morning. mcdaniel college in westminster is opening at 10:00. they say there's a power outage in the area. stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. complete news,