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state. but in the end, her testimony may havedded -- have ended up helping the defense. over and over, she said how those robocalls were not intended to suppress voter turnout. >> i would call it countintuitivity. >> reporter: in robocalls from republican campaign bob ehrlich, to 120,000 registered democrats. the call told voters governor o'malley had won re-election before the polls closed. >> we're okay. relax. everything is fine. the only thing left is to watch it on tv tonight. >> reporter: prosecutors argue the robocall was illegal because it was meant to keep democrats from voting. they blame ehrlich's campaign manager julius henson. but on the stand, she said the robocalls were meant to be repsychology.
>> this was to say, my vote is for ehrlich. he's down and out. i'm going to go out and vote for ehrlich. >> she said it was her fault it went to registered democrats, not republicans. saying she used phone lists she already had, rather than generating new lists of republicans. >> i used lists of previous clients because i was being lazy. it wasn't out of anyone asking. it was my decision to use the list. >> reporter: late tonight, the state rested its case. the defense begins its case tomorrow. they have a list of some 30 witnesses. among them, they are expected to call former governor bob ehrlich, and former congressman elijah cummings. and campaign consultant julius henson is scheduled to go on trial february 6th. new allegations in the case of jerry sandusky. now, one of his alleged victims
is fighting back. andre fujii has more. >> reporter: the man says sandusky abused him more than 100 times, starting when he was just 10 years old. now he has filed a lawsuit against sandusky, penn state and the charity, second mile. the unidentified accuser says he met sandusky through the second mile. and after the abuse began, sandusky threatened to harm his family if he told anyone. the man also said penn state is to blame for sandusky's crime. >> it is against penn state. that is the iconic institution in which sandusky not only thrived and prospered. but through which he accessed so many youth. >> the accuser, now 29 years old. vic, back to you.
>> sandusky was charged with sexually abusing eight underaged boys. although he admits showering with them, he denies molesting them. a maryland man accused in the disappearance of a frederick woman is back. but not back in maryland. gary giordano owns a house. mike hellgren explains why it is in new york. >> gary giordano. says his client simply asked for it. >> gary giordano is out of jail in aruba, but not out of trouble. police on the island continue to investigate whether he played a role in the disappearance of robyn gardner and is now believed dead. both from maryland. a judge said he will soon be back home. he took the first morning
flight to the u.s. >> it's crazy. who would think in our neighborhood, there would be an international story unfolding. >> reporter: wendy, his neighbor, finds this a mystery. >> it's scary. and to know that's going on in your neighborhood is unsettling. >> reporter: giordano's lawyer says his client just wants to get home and spend sometime with his kids. >> reporter: aruba's top prosecutor doesn't buy giordano's story that gardner drowned while snorkeling. and cited the past that several women made that he was violent and secretly videotaped him as evidence he should stay in jail. >> we know what he told us about the moment the incident happened. his description of the situation is not in accordance with reality. >> reporter: the fbi raided giordano's home in august in an investigation that is also ongoing. >> i don't think that the
aruban authorities can manage the case. >> reporter: prosecutors appeal giordano's release. but a panel of judges upheld it in aruba. reporting from gaithersburg, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> reporter: and gardner's family issued a statement on the release, saying they are disappointed, but they remain confident the truth will come out. the so-called blond bandit is behind bars. 23-year-old stephanie schwab is wanted for several robberies. police say officers followed schwab's car, after she robbed a bank in fair fax county. she eventually crashed and was arrested. time may be running out for the occupy wall street protestors camped out at mceldon square. baltimore may soon join other cities forcing them out. their latest permit request has been shut down. >> reporter: yes, vic. occupy camps all across the country are being cleared out this week. but baltimore still stands. there appears to be a new
warning shot fired from the mayor's office. >> reporter: city officials deny the occupy baltimore group a permit to stay in mceldon square. >> i am a little skeptical about the rejection. >> reporter: protestors now left wondering if baltimore will fall next. occupy camps in philadelphia and los angeles were cleared out this week. workers wore hazmat suits, concerned about health dangers. for weeks, baltimore's mayor has kept eviction an option. >> we continue to inform them, routinely, that camping is prohibited. and with hopes that we'll have some resolution to that particular issue. >> reporter: there is no question, baltimore's tent city is dirty. >> you can see there's -- i would say, a certain sanitation problems. but sometimes, you know, freedom is messy. >> reporter: rosalyn ellis heed lives in a luxury high-rise, just a few blocks from the camp. >> and you support it? >> i certainly do. absolutely. >> why? what do you support. >> i support people being able to go out and express their
outrage at what is going on in this country. >> reporter: the protestors say they represent the 99%, americans who are not millionaires and who are victims of corporate greed and income inquality. >> we have doctors, nurses, two attorneys that stay overnight here. >> you know, the general perception among a lot of people is that they are a bunch of homeless people. >> that is so freaking hilarious. it's hilarious when people ride by and they say, "get a job." and i sit and think about it and i go, i have a job. i have a good job. >> reporter: but protestors are getting behind whether they call a populous movement. >> reporter: this is the second time the group has been denied by city hall. city officials will only say they could evict this group at a time of their choosing. they will not tell people when or if they'll do it. live at the inner harbor, adam may, eyewitness news. >> and between 40 and 150 people are at occupy baltimore at any given day.
>> reporter: advance on annapolis. advocates are heading to the state capital to begin their campaign against same-sex marriage. political reporter pat warren has more on this debate. >> reporter: the governor of maryland. a civil rights icon. and now baltimore-borne actor josh charles. >> please join me and the majority of americans who support marriage equality. the time now. >> you ask the question, is this a david and goliath question? and they say what? as long as we are david. >> reporter: like bishop marcus johnson's parents, married 57 years. >> they have consistently modeled marriage all of our lives. >> reporter: governor o'malley says the government can legalize same-sex marriage and protect religious liberty at the same time. men of god say differently. >> i, for one, want to commend the governor for his play on words. [ laughter ] but pretty words will not
change the fact that marriage is between one man and one woman, period. [ applause ] >> reporter: the debate last year ended without a vote in the house. but same-sex marriage supporters think governor o'malley's political power could make it inevitable next year. >> we could be on the record as being a family next year and get all of the rights we deserve. >> well, we have something to say about inevitability. all humility, bring it on. >> reporter: so it appears for the could is -- the second year in a row, same-sex marriage will dominate the general session. in maryland, i'm pat warren. >> and the maryland marriage alliance say its represents more than a quarter million people. a huge day on wall street. here's a look at the closing numbers. dow is up. s&p 500 is up 52 points. it's the biggest one-day gain for the dow since march of
2009. while stocks are up, temperatures are down. dry and seasonal last day of november. bob is in the first warning weather center, with the updated first warning weather forecast. bob. >> looks like we're sort of back to normal for a couple of days. take a look at radar. there's nothing around here at all. we do have some clouds. but temperature-wise, we're back in the mid-40s, which is pretty much where we should be on this last day of the month. now, tomorrow, as we start december. can you believe that? things are pleasant. it will be cool to start probably around the freezing mark. but with plenty of sunshine, temperatures where they should be around the 50-degree mark tomorrow afternoon. >> after two straight wins at home, the ravens head to cleveland to face the browns. as sports director mark viviano reports from today's practice, the ravens have the chance to report they can go on the road and beat the teams they are
favored against. >> reporter: the ravens return to practice on extra rest. 10 days between games as they prepare for a trip to cleveland. rested players, but some fans and critics are restless. because the ravens lost three road games, they were expected to win earlier this year. making them seem inconsistent. >> people want to say that we've had an up-and-down season. well, we're 8-3. there's nobody better than us in the afc right now. so to say that we've had an up- and-down season, i don't think it's correct. it's just you haven't played well against some teams that people would expect us to beat. >> reporter: we know it's in the back of our minds, obviously. you know, the games that we've had. we're definitely working our tails off to try to, you know, just go out there and execute a game plan. >> reporter: earlier losses may be in the back of their minds. but these ravens look at what is in front of them, a play-off
push as they hit december. >> we know what's ahead of us in our december football. it's a time where i actually want to elevate my game. you know, sort of like being a fourth quarter player. >> reporter: five games remain in the ravens' regular season. two of them against cleveland in december. the browns are a team that baltimore has beaten, six straight times. back to you. >> thank you, mark. remember, you can only see the ravens take on the browns in cleevmentd live here on -- cleveland, live here on wjz. kickoff sunday, at 4:00. >> back up sunday, where they're supposed to be. still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. hidden dangers. the dangerous chemicals, found inside bottles of fruit juice. attempted assassination. he tried to kill president reagan. and now he wants more freedom. numbers are in for cyber monday. was it another big day for retailers? and looking out now for a clear, cool night in our area. bob will be back with a complete look at the forecast coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
three suspects go on a wild robbing spree. it happened in a matter of hours last night. gigi barnett explains, it started in the county and ended in the city. >> reporter: 6:30 p.m., at forest park in cook lane in baltimore county yesterday. three men approach a man pumping fuel at a gas station. >> forced him at gunpoint into his vehicle. they then drove that vehicle, a '96 lincoln town car, to
baltimore city, where the suspect then robbed the individual. >> reporter: at 7:00 p.m., the suspects are now in the 5300 block of dogwood road. driving the first suspect's green lincoln town car. >> forced the female at this point, indoor vehicle, then stole the vehicle and personal property. >> reporter: 50 minutes later, the suspects are at the 7200 block of windsor mill with the gun. but this victim fought back. >> reporter: the victim then tried to grab the gun at which time the suspects fled. >> reporter: by 8:30, the grime crosses over into baltimore, at the 2500 block of gwens falls. one of the suspects announces a robbery to two people. >> he was able to get from the victims a purse and some other personal property. >> reporter: minutes later, the car reaches the 4500 block of loch loch raven boulevard at a gas station. >> they rob a total of seven people. >> now, it's 10:00.
police say the suspects are reisterstown. where they rob a young man and fire a weapon. >> the victim is shot, at least twice. police officers in essex and towson and woodlawn were all looking for these guys. >> reporter: i'm gigi barnett, wjz eyewitness news. >> the crime spree ended at 10:20 p.m., when the suspects crashed after a high-speed chase. they face charges from kidnapping to armed robbery. some good economic news, as experts release sales numbers for sign monday. on -- cyber monday. they spent a record $1.2 billion. that's a 22% jump from the year before. analysts say shoppers spent almost $11.5 billion the day after thanksgiving. in the 30 years since a.i.d.s. and hiv was diagnosed in baltimore, baltimore has seen its new infection rate climb to the fifth worst in the country.
some are looking to fight back in a big way. >> reporter: on this giant field, 4,000 people, willing to wear this red, plastic poncho, with some patience. and a little direction, are going to -- >> stand up and re-create the world's largest human red ribbon. >> reporter: the goal of that is to raise awareness of hiv. >> reporter: an attempt, specifically targeted for thursday. >> to celebrate and bring attention to hiv for world a.i.d.s. day. >> letting people be aware of hiv and a.i.d.s. >> and why does it matter to you? >> why does it matter to me? because i have it. >> reporter: williams had it for 24 years. >> when i found out i had it, i lost the will to live. >> reporter: you're looking at the very first time in public he's ever talked about it. >> i didn't think i'd be here this long. >> reporter: he said for the past four years, the chase braxton health center has helped him. it is hoping to connect the
dots between awareness and action. >> it's not a magical connection. but anything we can do that reminds people of the right choice they need to make. >> williams choice led to 24 years of hope. >> i was told to never give up. >> reporter: to put them over and in the record books, they need 1,000 walkups. registration begins here at coppin at 9:00. the ribbon will form at about 11:30. in west baltimore, mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. back to you on tv hill. >> the check-in for the red ribbon will be at the coppin athletic conference south of mondawmin mall. a very nice, new facility out there. >> yes, it is. >> the weather is going to coopts. it will be chilly and sunny and dry. take a look at temps now. we have cooled down considerably. last few days have been mild. 45 now. west/northwest winds at 8. barometer on the way back up. looking at the end of the week forecast after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
make a new showers by late in the afternoon. not a lot. around here the rain is gone. it will be chilly and sunny the next few days. take a look at temperatures right now. back in the 40s where we should be. 45 here, the cold spot, oakland, 28. and 48 down in patuxent river. the dew point is 30 degrees. and that's probably going to be a low tonight, very close to to mid-40s. a little warmer on the bay. 47 in annapolis and kent island. d.c., 46. 50, 40 today. now, by midnight, probably down around 36, 37. 51, 32 are the averages on the last day of this month. tomorrow, the averages dropped to 50 and 32. 74, the record high. 12 degrees. you can get pretty cold, even in november. at 1929. right now, the winds are dropping down to 20 miles an hour. still 15, 8, 10. now, oakland, with a breeze at
11 miles an hour. feels more like the low 20s. so getting out to garrett county, it's pretty chilly out there. and we'll see cold nights the next few days. close to cleveland. yes. around the detroit area. snow shower activity. it's beginning to wind down. it's a big low pressure finally moving up toward eastern canada. you can see the snow showers moving up this afternoon. pretty much gone. still a few clouds left. few sprinkles of rain. still well above freezing, even up in new york state. temperatures there in the 50s today. it will be much colder tonight. now, tomorrow, high pressure in control. the winds die down. still stays cool. but by friday, the high moves down to the south. winds go back to the southwest. here comes milder air right away. northwest winds on the bay. 10 to 15. and the bay temp, around 52 degrees. tonight, it will be clearing out. 32 by morning. tomorrow, lots of sun all day long. a very nice start to the month. it will be dry. not much in the way of breeze.
tomorrow's high, around 52 degrees. slightly above average still. >> we are lucky so far. >> so far, so good. >> thank you, bob. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. an illegal street race comes to a sudden end. and it's all caught on cape. we'll show you -- tape. we'll show you what happens next. a maryland man faces charges after police say he caused a bizarre and sticky situation for hundreds on the road. i'm weijia jiang, on the eastern shore. with that story next. amid claims of a decade- long extramarital affair. herman cain is trying to get back on message. his plans on whether he'll stay,
it is 6:28. 45 degrees and mostly cloudy. good evening. thank you for staying with wjz. here are some of the things people are talking about tonight. herman cain is trying to keep his focus on the plan for the nation, not the allegations for the latest rocking his campaign. as tara mergener reports, the questions about his behavior
with women are costing him at the polls. >> reporter: a friendly crowd welcomed herman cain to dayton, ohio. the presidential hopeful focused on his 9-9-9 tax plan, steering clear of the personal problems, plaguing his campaign. >> reporter: the establishment does not want herman cain to get this nomination. the liberals do not want herman cain to get this nomination. but i happen to believe that the american people have a different idea about who out to get -- ought to get this nomination. >> reporter: cain is rethinking his strategy, following accusations from ginger white. the atlanta businesswoman claims she had an affair with herman cain that lasted more than a decade. >> reporter: campaign aides call it a reassessment. cain's campaign says cain is not dropping out of the run for the white house. >> reporter: this comes amid
sexual harassment allegations that pushed him out of the first place position at the polls. newt gingrich is gaining momentum. the former house speaker is wrapping up a swing through south carolina. polls have him leading in that state by 11 points. he is determined to win the first primary in the south, come january. >> from 1980 to the present, the winner of the south carolina primary has been the republican nominee. >> reporter: gingrich is working hard to hold on to his front runner status. less than five weeks remain until the first votes are cast at the iowa caucuses. at the white house, tara mergener, wjz eyewitness news. >> at an appearance in south carolina, gingrich says, if he is the gop nominee, he will follow president obama around on the campaign trail, appearing four hours after him to respond to his speeches. the man who tried to assassinate president ronald reagan wants to be allowed to visit his mother's home, unsupervised for up to three
weeks. hinckley was found insane when he shot reagan. doctors say his illness is in remission. prosecutors say they not convinced hinckley is well enough. they say he recently tried to cover up browsing at books at a store about reagan. it was a nightmare holiday trip for hundreds of drivers. roofing asfault -- asphalt leaked onto the pennsylvania turnpike. and now are a glen burnie man has issued tickets for causing the mess. >> reporter: the company that owns the truck is based out of this complex in stevensville. the driver has been placed on administrative leave as he faces charges in pennsylvania. >> reporter: at the height of the thanksgiving travel rush, in the middle of a heavy rain storm, as many as 300 vehicles got stuck in this, a dark, dangerous goo, that caused widespread damage. >> this is just unacceptable.
they should have shut the freeway down. i mean, it don't come off easy, nothing. i don't even know how i'm going to get where i'm supposed to go. >> reporter: police say a tanker truck oozed roofing asphalt on a 40-mile stretch on the pennsylvania turnpike. it happened tuesday around 7:00. >> it was slippery. i pulled over. and i guess it was like 3 inches of tar. >> reporter: now the driver, 50- year-old george delaney, of glen burnie, has received two citations for failure to secure a load. and failure to obey a state trooper. the trooper said he ordered the truck stay at a service area until he could be inspected. but then delaney and the truck were gone. the harm it caused was not. >> i have never been so damn scared with my wife in my life before. we had no idea if we were going to get hit with other vehicles. >> reporter: the company that owns the truck, mts express, llc, in stevensville, is working to file insurance
claims. no word yet on how much the disaster will cost to clean up. >> reporter: the owner of mts issued a statement to wjz to say they continue to investigate how this happened. and so far, have not put together all of the pieces. reporting in stevensville, on the eastern shore, weijia jiang, wjz eyewitness news. >> and federal documents show mts has a safety record that is above the national average. a wild scene in baltimore county. a car flips over on kingston road in middle river. the driver apparently lost control, crashed into a home and into a house. medics were called to the scene. bank robberies finding a little politeness can go a long way. a man asked a teller to please hand him the money, instead of a threatening voice. keefer was convicted of the lesser charge of theft in a plea deal. he was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison, with 4 1/2 years suspended. time now for a quick look at some stories you'll find in
tomorrow morning's edition of the baltimore sun. voters react to a councilman's conviction. a new weight loss study for ways to shed unwanted pounds. and navy joins the big east conference. for these stories and a lot more, read tomorrow's baltimore sun. and remember, you can look for the updated forecast, from wjz's first warning weather team. in tonight's wjz healthwatch report, the world's number 1 selling prescription drug goes to generic. it allows companies to make and sell generic versions of it. lipitor brings in billions for pfizer. so the drug company is offering deep discounts to patients and insurance companies. making lipitor is cheaper as cheep as the -- or as cheap as the generic. arsenic in juices, many exceed federal standards.
>> reporter: consumer reports tested 88 samples of apple and grape juice and found both arsenic and lead. >> we think that's especially important for young children, whose young, small bodies are growing and who are much more vulnerable to those exposures, based on the frequency of how much they consume juice. >> reporter: 10% had arsenic levels above what is allowed in drinking waters. specifically a type called inorganic arsenic, which raises the risk of cancer. and 25% had more lead than what's allowed in bottled water. consumers find it jarring. >> what do you think about lead and arsenic in these juices? >> well, that's not a very good thing. i would not be happy about that. and i wouldn't purchase it any longer. >> that's crazy. i would never guess that arsenic would be in there. and we definitely don't want to be drinking that obviously. >> reporter: the government has rules about arsenic in lead. but for those those don't apply to fruit juices.
>> the food and drug administration says it is confident. but since some do contain higher amounts of arsenic, the fda say its is expanding surveillance. >> we think the fda should move swiftly to put guidance in place, followed by standards for arsenic in lead and juices. >> reporter: for now, consumer reports is recommending that parents avoid giving juice to babies under 6 months and says children under 6 years old, should drink no more than a few occupancies per day. -- ounces per day. and a few months ago, talk show host dr. oz warned about high arsenic levels in juice, but the fda said his testing was flawed. still to come on eyewitness news. thousands of workers take to the streets in britain. they're trying to bring the nation to a standstill. the message they're trying to get across. watch your step. there you see it. well, you saw it a moment ago. a massive sinkhole opens up in oklahoma.
a wild scene in a texas neighborhood. two men driving expensive corvettes pull up to a red light and start to race. they speed off. and one car spins and smashes into the other. before they are both sent crashing into roadside trees. neither driver was injured. a massive sinkhole. 40 feet wide by 40 feet deep. the armer who owns the land says it appeared overnight. and he is just glad it didn't appear on his tractor he is waiting to see how big the hole will get before he decide what to do. heather cobal reports from london. workers are reporting changes in their retirement plans. >> reporter: public workers, filled the streets across britain, to protest against pension reform. >> have to pay more, work
longer and get less in the end. >> reporter: this is part of a move to lower the country's debt. union leaders are calling this the biggest walkout in a generation. >> i think there's a real feeling that it is the poorest and the weakest who, too often, are being asked to pay the price for this crisis. >> reporter: dozens of protestors stormed a building in central london, and police made several arrests. nearly 75% of britain's schools closed for the day. striking teacher angela white says the changes will force her to work into her late '60s. >> really wouldn't want children being caught by someone who is 68. >> reporter: immigration averages also took the day off. filling the gap. >> reporter: the prime minister played down the impact of the one-day strike. >> i don't want to see any strikes. i don't want to see schools
close. i don't want to see problems at our borders. but this government has to make responsible decisions. >> reporter: cameron says pension reform is crucial because people are living longer, and retirement benefits are costing the government too much. in london, heather cobar, wjz eyewitness news. >> reporter: london police arrested several dozen protestors throughout the capital. scientists in columbia are turning to rats to help save lives. they are breeding and training to help rid the country of land mines. planted over years to deter security forces. they have even specially trained cats to protect the rats from the predators. >> oh, my gosh. okay. that in itself is remarkable. don't try that at home, people, if you've got cats. scott pelley has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. >> stocks soared today after the central banks in many of
a cloudy, cooler day. november is going out rather quietly. bob turk is in the weather center to let us know what to expect as we approach the weekend. >> take a look at tomorrow. we'll start off chilly, which is normal this time of year. probably around the freezing mark. or even colder in some locations. upper 40s, with lots of sunshine, to the low 50s eventually. on friday, a little warmer. for some reason, we drop it back just a tad on saturday. 54, 52. but it warms up again on sunday. to 56, with a lot of sunshine. clouds come back. a few showers likely late monday. but back up to 60 degrees once again. >> mark steines is in hollywood with more. >> reporter: our new tom cruise interview. and the amazing new footage you
have not seen from the set of mission impossible, ghost protocol. >> energy, energy, energy. >> i love making these movies. it's hot. it's on fire. >> it was a setup. >> the blame points to you and your team. >> reporter: with the imf under fire, tom can't go rogue in this mission impossible. ethan has been disavowed by his own government. and must learn to be a team player. one of his team members is jeremy renner, who has been an analyst until now. but nothing is ever as it seems. >> who are you really? >> we all have our secrets. don't we, ethan? >> not very emotional about things. >> he brings a physicality and an intelligence and a charm. and it's a surprise. >> reporter: mission impossible goes protocol, opens december 21st. >> now? >> yes. commit. jump. >> jump? >> jump. and i catch you. >> jump!
>> reporter: also tonight, kourtney kardashian's surprise pregnancy. and net work news bloopers you just have to see. that and much more coming up much later on entertainment tonight. >> and you can see entertainment tonight, coming up at 7:30, here on wjz. i get all choked up over entertainment. >> i hope we're in auto -- not in any of those network bloopers. still to come tonight. an update on the injury status. >> stan has the story coming up in sports next. ,,,,,, -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal.
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well, there was one player everyone wants to see. stan is here, with the wjz the fan sports report. >> coach harbaugh says if there is anybody who is real far from playing on this sunday, it would be ray. but he adds, you never, never know. the closer nfl contenders do get to the play-offs, it seems the more their team injuries become magnified. case in point, the possible return of ravens' emotional leader, linebacker ray lewis. he didn't practice today because of turf toe injury. but he reportedly has a good chance of turning to action sunday against the vastly underrated cleveland browns. with ray on the sidelines, other defends are have offered nothing less than a yo man's efforts.
for instance, a nine-sack thanksgiving day performance. and victory against the san francisco 49ers. >> it's an opportunity for guys to excel. without ray back there, they always want to play well. but everybody has to pick it up a little bit. >> we cannot think and dwell on the situation that somebody is not in the game, oh, my god, what are we going to do? we can't do that. you have to keep your eyes on the prize. keep pressing forward. when one man goes down, the next brother steps up. and no wavering. everybody is going on to do their job to the best of their ability for the yore all -- overall win. chris car had a limited practice today. you can catch the game live at 4:00, here on wjz 13. the nfl cash register rang today for buffalo buffalo bills' leading wide receiver stevie johnson. fined for shooting himself in the leg during a touchdown celebration.
it mocked jets' receiver flaxico burris. he served three years for shooting someone in a nightclub three years ago. let's talk university basketball. where the maryland men are playing so-so basketball for now. following last night's loss to undefeated illinois at the 16th annual, acc big 10 challenge. from college park, here's the opening bucket of what turned out to be a good contest. brandon paul. conversely, though, terrell stogland. scored 13 of his 25 in the first half. five above his average. terps led by 9. settling for a 4-point lead. baltimorean nick faust, freshman, buried two long jumpers. his only two field goals of the game. maryland loses, 71-62, to illinois. terps host notre dame on sunday afternoon. meantime, following up on a story i brought to you last night, it won't be long before
61-year-old bobby valentine, becomes the new skippers manager of the red sox. both sides have reportedly agreed to terms. news conference expected tomorrow. and finally, hockey news. former washington caps star, dale hunter's debut as the team's new head coach, didn't go so well last night. after replacing the fire, bruce boudreau monday. last night, they lost 2-1. blues at the verizon center. it's their ninth loss in the last 12 games. caps host pittsburgh tomorrow night. see you at 11:00. >> we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
carolina, people. that's an 18-foot, great white shark, swimming just a few feet away from several friends on a fishing trip. but they weren't fishing for that. experts say if you find yourself in a similar situation, try not to harass the sharks. and toyota is out to prove that there really is an app for anything, including driving your car. as you can see, the car can be driven from anywhere, with just a few touches on your smart phone. no word if the future will ever make it to show rooms, however. just showing off. >> okay. some people scare me they're behind the wheel of the car. i can't imagine with an app like that. >> that's it for us tonight. we'll be back at 11:00, i'm vic carter. >> for bob and stan, i'm denise koch. thanks for watching maryland's news station. now, there's much more ahead, including members of violent gangs, playing on college street was waiting for. a move to help european banks
sends the dow soaring but is it a long-term fix? anthony mason is on wall street. will americans lose their payroll tax cut next month? norah o'donnell is with the president. we learned today the nuclear meltdown at the fukushima plant was a lot worse than we knew. lucy craft reports on fears about food safety in the area. and violent street gangs in college sports. cbs news and "sports illustrated" team up to investigate. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. a coordinated global effort to head off a panic over european debt sent stock markets roaring around the world today. the dow closed with its biggest gain in nearly three years. it started when the federal reserve bank in washington and