Regional Recap, September 28, 2009

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Regional News From WBAL-TVwbaltv

Ravens Continue Perfect Season With Big Win Over Browns. Joe Flacco throws for a career-high 342 yards in a 34-3 win over Cleveland. (and as an added bonus, Pittsburgh lost)

Man Dies In Bowie Armed Robbery; 3 Masked Men Sought. Authorities are searching for three masked men, two of whom they said are armed, after a man’s death overnight. Officers were called to a robbery shortly before 3 a.m. said they discovered an unconscious man, who later died, according to Prince George’s County police.Police were called to the 12000 block of Marleigh Drive in Bowie, where a residential burglary was reported. Investigators said they do not believe the incident was random.

7 Horses Die In 3-Alarm Fire. The State Fire Marshal’s office said seven horses have died following a 3-alarm fire at an equestrian center in Chesapeake City. The fire broke out at around 3:30 a.m. Sunday at a 35- by 114-foot building housing horses. 11 News was told the horses died as a result of the fire at the Royal Equestrian Center, located in the 3100 block of Augustine Herman Highway in Chesapeake City.

Michael Phelps Ready For Another Olympics. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps thirsts to add more hardware to his 14 gold medals. He told WBAL-TV 11 News sister station, WTAE, that he thinks he has one more Olympic appearance in him.”I think everyone goes through a lot of tough times in their life and it depends on how you really battle back from those. Nothing’s going to come easy, and the harder you work, the farther you get,” Phelps said.

If you’re looking to buy a house in foreclosure but aren’t sure what’s on the market, a local Realtor has come up with a unique way to get customers to the product.

A foreclosure bus tour to be held Saturday morning in Howard County is giving prospective buyers a chance to see multiple homes to find good deals.Realtor Bob Lucido, who is hosting the event, said there’s never been a better time to buy a home, and because of the economy, the volume of foreclosed properties is high.

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