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confrontanderson. they say an officer then bear- hugged anderson and tackledim to the ground. family members say they saw it happen. >> i saw them kick him, throw him to the ground. that's what happened. >> sanderson died from blunt force scwhrrs, including a ruptured spleen and eight fractured ribs. the medical examiner's office called it a homicide. >> but they did not press charges. >> we do not have a problem with the baltimore city police department. we have a problem with officers that take their job and think they're above the law. >> the 86-page complaint ladies and alleges officers handcuffed him madicious -- maliciously. >> it was not discipline.
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there is no accountability. they fail to train, fail to supervise. and as a result, the sta citizens are placed in peril. >> reporter: they have not commented on the lawsuit. a house fire has claimed the lives of two people in north baltimore. mary has the latest on the investigation. >> city fire officials say two elderly people died after being pulled from the home. you can see the extent of the damage done to the house. the fire appears to have started in a middle room on the first flar of the two staph hear duplex. fair are fire fire the -- firefighters say the two people
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died of asphyxiation, while being rushed to the hospital. shot rang out just after 1:00 this afternoon. at 22nd and kennedy. one of the men was pronounced dead at the scene. the second of the transported to johns hopkins hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. no arrests have been made. anyone with information is asked to contact baltimore city police. big changes at the airport. airline passengers can now stay plugged in during takeoff and landing. the faa just loosened its rules on the use of portable electronic twices on planes. wjz is live at bwi air marshal airport. flying the skies got a little friendy -- friendlier. >> they will soon. we don't know when it's actually going to go into effect just yet. it's airline by airline. it means that flyers can now listen to their ♪ and watch videos, without interruption on their mobile devices. it's good for those of us who are technically dependent. but some passengers want to
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know, why is this all of a sudden, safe to do? >> electronics with an on and off switch. we ask that you please power them off. >> reporter: thursday, the faa says staying connect side about to get easier. >> reporter: airlines can safely expand passenger use of portable electronic devices during all phases of flight. >> as long as they're in airplane mode, they can watch music, read, watch videos. >> why have it so serious for so long and then loosen up now? >> reporter: the faa has long claimed that using electronic devices during takeoff posed a safety threat. why the change in heart now? >> the committee determined that post commercial airplanes can tolerate radio interference from portable devices. >> reporter: with one exception to the rule, cases of
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visibility, you will be asked to turn off your device. >> i've always personal believed it was silly that we couldn't use our phone. because it's a localized circuit. so it shouldn't really interrupt communications with the pilot. i'm happy to see that someone else agrees with me now. >> i like traveling a lot. and being able to catch up on my shows will be wonderful. >> but it will have to show the faa its plane withstand the interference. and flight attendants won't be policing the aisles to make sure your devices are in airplane mode. so it's up to passengers. >> thank you very much, kristy. in rare instances, about 1% of the time, flight attendants will instruct passengers to turn off their devices. a denial for a midshipman's request to move -- remove the
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superintendent. >> accused of sex jully assaulting a 53 male classmate. kate claims he is biased. both men will face straight mailitary trials. 11 students now phase face punishment. wjz has extensively covered the problem of harassment. >> denise, this is a serious problem in this case. it happened on phones and computers. and happened despite new laws, regulations and awareness. >> the pact of a student in annapolis high, passed around through texts. it end up online.
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>> a spokesman says 11 students are being disciplined. the junior said he knows the victim. >> s she got a lot of hateful comments and she was real upset about it. >> the case has become the caulk on and off campus. >> i did have it happen to me before. and it really is basically painful. >> pat oat hollorran, a mother ask grandmother, praises the administration's quick action. >> i think that was a good thing to punish them and notify the parents. >> a new maryland law went into effect this month. and theor, there are new social media reg yule yiewlzs for students. when's when you can do something at the lick of the
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mouse, it provides to you a sense of anonymity. a sense of detachment. everybody who gets that can download it into their computer, their smart phone. we no longer have control of that material. and it's out there forever am we have to indicate a zero tolerance for bullying. we really have to get to that point. >> reporter: now, maryland's new law against cyber bullying was named after 15-year-old gris mccomis. she was from howard county and killed herself last year after being bullied. reporting live, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> students at all nan arundel county high schools, must take anti-bullying tutorials. being held, following the deadly shooting lawmakers are discussing the process of reseflt evaluating behavior of those who have access to
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sensitive information. last month, aaron alexis shot people. he had cleared security clearance despite concerns about his mental health. wants the information that kathleen sebelius has so far not turned over voluntarily. yesterday, sebelius testified for hours about the faulty launch of, saying all of the glitches should be ficked by the end of november. and intense criticism and cause for action in washington over those problems with the healthcare website wjz is live in north baltimore. derek valcourt has reaction from two of the members of congress and how they think it should be addressed. >> reporter: as you can imagine, how maryland's congressional delegation feel about those problems, depends on their political affiliation.
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>> this is exactly what we thought would happen. >> reporter: republican congressman andy harris isn't surprised by the problem in the healthcare act. he finds faults with this. and insurance companies are dropping more than 2 million people because their policies don't meet the minimum standards for the law. >> first, complain that the president said if you like your healthy care, you can keep it. the website is up and running. i mean really up and running, so you can be able to go in from beginning to end. that's when they should delay it. >> this whole delay is let's delay it long enough so we can kill it. >> reporter: elijudge cummings believes problems with the website need to be fixed. but he rules that the affordable care act is saving lives and saving people money. >> be patient. there are a lot of people
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saying a lot of negative things about the affordable care act. but they've got to remember what the motives are. for people who have sat on the sidelines, bashing this program. trying to fund it, destroy it, delay it, if they just cent a little of their time, trying to help to make it be the best they can be. we'd be far better off. >> it appears, members of congress will have a chance to vote on delaying at least parts of the affordable care act right now. deadline to apply and enroll is set for march 31st. we're live, derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. and those who don't enroll by that march 31st deadline will face a tax penalty of $95. the weather seems to be holding up. as people around the state venture outside to celebrate halloween. in towson, sky eye chopper 13 found some trick or treaters are already out collecting
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candy. at the national aquarium in baltimore. this diver is getting into the halloween spirit by carving a pumpkin under water, with 20 black-tipped reef sharks circling. moments ago at the white house. the president and first lady were handing out treats. meteorologist tim williams. we begin with bob turk in the first warning weather center. >> mild afternoon and mild evening will. we have light rain activity. take a look west of radar. light rain has moved in. it's moving off to the north and northeast. batch of light rain out here. you request see this out here in west virginia. it's moving off to the north and northeast. i think at this point, we might see some of that action in the baltimore d.c. area. if you're going to go out with
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the kids, probably better to go out early rather than later. it's going to be very, very mild. temperature-wise, around the region, 68. 67 in d.c. 68 in elkton. 57 in oakland. we're 11 degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this time. it's a very, very mild end to the month. let's check out what tim has for us, from perry hall, with the wjz mobile weather lab. tim? >> well, it's definitely a comfortable night out here. we're here with the wjz mobile weather lab. where the temperature here now is just around 65 degrees. take a look. we'll give you an idea of what our readings are out here for the trick or treaters. we're looking at 65.6. relative humidity at 77%. if you want to come out here is your trick or treat forecast. we're looking at the temperature, staying right at the mid-60s or so. that's going to be pretty much throughout. and the later you stay out, the better chance there might be for some drizzle. right now, just a little cloud cover. and as you're heading into your friday, looks like the rain moves out. gets a little breezy and starts
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to cool down. but the sun returns heading into the weekend. we are here in perry hall. look at all the ghouls and goblins. white witches and cats. well, what does a fox say? i mean, we don't know. but his fox is here, too. we'll talk about what they have going on out here. they really do it to the nines out here in perry hall. we have more from the wjz mobile weather lab for now. sending it back to you on television hill. >> they definitely deserve some candy. still to come. gym, mat, death. was it an accident or murder? beefing up patrols on halloween in anne arundel county, what police are looking for. >> i'm gigi barnett in anne arundel county, the details are next. controversy surrounding the washington redskins name continues. i'm jessica kartalija. the very latest from washington, where members of the oneida indian nation sit down with the nfl.
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what happened next? and ooh, darkening skies outside on this halloween night. will we see any rain before it's through? your complete first warning weather forecast is straight ahead. ,,,,,, tnññ
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it is cloudy. 68 degrees in central maryland right now. the complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. well, as ghosts, goblins and
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ghouls take over neighborhood streets tonight, police in anne arundel county are boosting patrols, keeping an eye on something much more dangerous. wjz is live. gigi barnett is watching. >> police officers in anne arundel county are teaming up with parole officers, going door to door. to make sure that children don't come into contact with what some parents may call their worst nightmare. >> reporter: before the trick or treaters hit the cul-de- sacs, anne arundel county police issued a list of dos and don'ts to convicted sex offenders. a strict, 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. curfew is in place. porch lots must be off. and a no candy sign must be in plain view. police are also keeping their eye on certain types of sex offenders. >> there are certain types who are prohibited from having contact with children on halloween night. and that's because their crime victims were children.
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>> reporter: chief kevin davis says officers have a list of about 70 homes they'll visit just to make sure. it's called operation lights out. >> my hope for them is that they are all in compliance. we certainly aren't doing this to embarrass anybody or to out anybody. but public safety trumps anything else on a night like this. >> they know not to talk to strangers. and if the house looks like it's not giving out candy, don't go to it. >> reporter: but on a night like tonight, parents like karen cody are concerned. >> that's scary. i don't know of any in my neighborhood. but yeah, we worry about stuff like that. jazz and chief davis says he, too, will be out with his officers on foot patrol, going door to door. and just to mention again, that for convicted sex offenders, they are not to pass out candy or come in contact with anywhere children in any way, shape or form. >> reporter: police say sex offenders caught violating the
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curfew will violate parole. jessica kartalija is live with sean stafford, director of planning and analysis for the maryland health insurance plan. jessica. >> hello, vic. hello, everyone. sean, let's get right into it. >> senior prescription drug assistance program. it provides financial assistance. moderate income. maryland residents who are medicare eligible. and enrolled in a prescription drug program. >> what do people need to know? i know there's a lot of confusion. >> all they need to know is that if they need assistance, if they're 300% of poverty or low, if they meet the cost, they can ark play for a plan. and it would help us. we would provide a subsidy for the drug cause. >> there are a lot of questions. we were watching the ad. and then the phone started
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ringing off the hook. what are people asking. what did they really need to know here? what are they mostly confused about? >> well, a lot people are confused about the affordable care act. just for maryland eligible. >> thank you for coming in. you guys will have the number. i'm going to send it to you in stewardio a. again, phones are going crazy. but a lot of people are getting good information. >> and of course, we do have that number. the phone lines are open. please call 466-1313. and talk to one of the experts if you have questions. all right, bob. warm, warm halloween night. take a look. so far, it's dry. may start the rain a little later on in some areas. 68 now. south winds at 9. picking up a little bit. barometer falling. come back and take a look at the forecast after this. and of course, maryland is celebrating halloween. we asked to see your favorite
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here in perry hall with the wjz mobile weather lab. gray skies are going to clear up. put on your scary face. >> definitely scary. that's for sure. all right. we have right now, cloudy skies, but a mild night. take a look at the numbers. we're at 68 degrees here. 67, hagerstown, d.c. cumberland had a couple of sprinkles a little while ago. they're at 61. 57, oakland. and locally, still in the mid- 60s. even some upper 60s this time of night. so it's a very, very mild night. looks like for the time of week, it will stay dry. however, a little batch of right -- light rain here. may graze you folks in northern carroll county. a little southwest of carroll county. more importantly, another batch moving. we have probably another hour to two hours. but later this evening, we're going to see a little batch of rain moving through, which might interrupt your plans a
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little bit. but the bulk of the rain really probably won't even come until sometime early in the morning. southerly winds picking up in the area, 13, 13, 9. from frederick county west, overnight tonight, until about 7:00 in the morning. there's a wind advisory. winds can get over 30 to 35 miles an hour. out across the mountains, maybe a little higher in some of those higher elevations. there's a lot of rain a little later. a lot of it is passing to our north and northwest. low pressure heads to the great lakes. most of that is not going to hit us. but later tonight, overnight, the actual frontal system associated with a front across the midwest. we're bringing some rain. already starting to see some stuff in virginia. a lot of is not actually reaching the ground. tomorrow morning, as the front approaches, with mild air in place. and cool air beginning to move in. showers. maybe a rumble of thunder. 4:00, 5:00, 6:00. saturday, it will turn cooler. friday night. it's going to be quite breezy ahead of that front.
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friday night, begins to cool down. could be a little rain on the coast. by late friday, saturday. for our region, we'll be cooling down ask drying out in time for the weekend. tomorrow, the wins gusting up to 30 knots on the bay. and of course, a small craft advisory through the bay tomorrow. probably into saturday as well. bay temp around 60. overnight tonight, spotty drizzle. maybe a little rain coming in later on. 62. the bulk of the rain early tomorrow, until about noon. clouds break. it will still be warm tomorrow. 70 and 74, depending on the sunshine. but windy, turning cooler tomorrow night. and cooler, but dryer here for the weekend. >> all right. 74, november 1st. still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. pushing to remove a petition. maryland officials push to keep convicted sniper lee boyd halfy behind bars. why he believes his sentence should be dismissed. wicked weather. it is a wet halloween throughout the southwest.
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the latest on the dangerous flash flooding that is prompting rescues. a collection of african art and artifacts makes its way into baltimore. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ie.
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68 degrees and cloudy in central maryland right now. good evening. thanks for staying with wjz. the u.s. attorney's office announces, it is reviewing the circumstances, surrounding the death of a georgia teenager whose body was found inside a rolled up wrestling map inside his high school gym. vinita nair has the latest for wjz. new surveillance video shows kendrick johnson in his high school gym, just hours before his body was found there. u.s. attorney michael moore says his office is reviewing the facts surrounding the teenager's mysterious death. >> there are several wees that -- questions that must be answered or confirmed. first, what was the cause of mr. johnson's death? second, was mr. johnson's death the result of a crime? >> reporter: the body of a 17- year-old high school athlete was found last january in an upright wrestling matte in the -- matt in the dpim.
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thethe medical examiner ruled that he was suffocated. but the body was exhumed and an autopsy showed it was a blow to the neck. >> reporter: on wednesday, the judge released hours of school video. his family hopes it will provide clues about his death. the u.s. attorney says if he indicates -- uncovers enough evidence, he will ask the fbi to conduct an investigation. >> reporter: vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> federal prosecutors add, even if they determine johnson's death was a crime, they may not have jurisdiction to pursue the case. convicted sniper, lee boyd malvo is challenging his sentence to life without parole. >> reporter: they argue malvo's petition should be dismissed. he was convicted for his role in the 2002 sniper shootings
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that killed 10 people and wounded three others. malvo, who was 17 at the time of the killings, argues his life without parole sentence should be dismissed because of a recent supreme court decision, outlawing mandatory life sentences, without parole for juveniles. the virginia attorney general's office, also support a similar challenge in that state. >> malvo's accomplice, john allen muhammad, was sentenced to death and executed in virginia in 2009. as the civil war rages on in syria, an international chemical weapons watch dog group says tacountry has destroyed the equipment used to make chemical weapons. the announcement for the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons comes a day ahead of the deadlines. the u.s. blames the regime of barbar -- bashar alassar. president assad says the rebels who want him out are responsible for the mass
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killings. a push to change the redskins name is growing as members of the oneida indian administration meet with the nfl. >> reporter: as the nfl season heats up. so does the push for the washington redskins to change their name. >> it's an insult. a slur. no matter how debe nine -- benign the present-day intent. >> reporter: members of the oneida indian nation want the team to -- >> change its mascot from a dictionary-defined, offensive racial term, and have a legacy of something that is more inclusive and representative of the ideals of this country. >> reporter: members of congress are listening and will take up a resolution, urging the redskins to change l name. >> this is, clearly, from where i'm sitting, a damaging process and it's something that needs to be stopped. and i hope that the washington organization and the nfl hear this and reconsider their decision and change the mascot.
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>> reporter: some newspapers are even banning the team name from print. but the campaign was briefly overshadowed as a new york assembly woman began heckling oneida representative ray halbert, saying he's not a legitimate member of the tribe. overall, the oneida nation is calling their meeting with the nfl disappointing. now they're requesting a meeting with all 32 nfl team owners during super bowl week. >> mutual respect is not present when a football team markets across the world, using billions of dollars, and includes an ugly caricature of an entire ethnic group and employs a slur, alleging to their skin color. >> reporter: after the meeting with the nfl, it was evident they were defending the continued use of the redskins name. and said they were disappointed. >> the president said if he
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were the owner of the washington redskins and knew the name was offending a number of people, he would, quote, think about changing it. time now for a quick look at some of the stories you'll find in tomorrow morning's edition of the baltimore sun. a report on embattled nsa head general keith alexander. a guide to the charm city fringe fest taking place next week at the single careet theater. and all you need to know about the ravens taking action sunday against the browns. remember to look for the updated forecast from wjz's first warning weather team am. what we don't know about african american history. lost documents reveal a new and never-told story about the rich legacy of america. and now, part of that story is here in baltimore. in the form of documents, artifacts and art. it's part of the world-renowned kinsy forum. >> reporter: a large crowd gathers at the reginald f.
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lewis museum in downtown baltimore to take a history course in african american art and art tact -- artifacts. >> we have clbted for a year- long tour. >> when you come to our home, you have this connection with the kinsy family. >> reporter: his wife and son. for several year, the kinsy family has gone across the world, collecting lost pieces of time to help bring to life the life and struggle of african americans throughout the world. >> we were not supposed to be in the store, even though we were everywhere in the store. so when you can find us the record, it maybes it much more valuable. >> reporter: the collection showcases art. books from the 17th century. shack willle -- shackles that imprisoned a female slave. the decision to go on a treasure hunt started with a homework assignment, given to khalil kinsy when he was in the third grade. >> typically family history
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report. family tree, whatnot. the only difference is that my classmates could go back a lot further in their lineage than i could. >> reporter: stirring the question no more. the family set out on an unforgettable journey to charm city. >> it to look at the artifacts is what blows us away. >> reporter: she said it is time for the education system to revamp its history lessons. >> i think they should go to more museums like this. like they shouldn't go to that many field trips. >> rochelle ritchie, wjz eyewitness news. >> the collection is on display until march 2nd. >> looks interesting. >> it is. well, still to come on wjz's eyewitness news. hanging on for dear life. a little girl is spotted dangling outside the window. how the terrifying situation ends, coming up. i'm mike schuh at rising sun high school. where these high school students help to corral a runaway bus, after their driver had a medical emergency.
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their stories next. as we take a look at the wjz mobile weather lab. we're here, celebrating halloween. your complete first warning forecast is coming up. >> batman. maryland is celebrating halloween, as you can see. and we've asked to see your favorite halloween pictures. here are some of the ones that you sent in to us. to check out the complete slide show, log onto ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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powerful storms are drenching storms in central and south texas. the storm is causing flash flooding in austin. rescuers are using boats and helicopters. some are stranded in trees as the water rose to over 10 feet. police say one person died while driving on a low-lying road. the storm also knocked out power to over 12,000 homes. a dramatic rescue is caught on tape in china. a little girl is found dangling from a third story window. as you can see, the 2-year-old is hanging from her sweater from an open window.
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police say no one was home. and it took over 20 minutes to get inside the parm. that's when the little girl was timely pulled back inside. it is not known how she got into that predicament. statistics show that one of the safest forms of traveling is by school bus. that's comforting news to parents am but some students found out they needed to take their safety into their own hams -- hands. >> a high school hallway. so much energy, fined in one space. but it's a different story on the way to school. >> i usually lay my head down and list tone ♪. >> reporter: but what happened to jessica dice has changed that forever. >> we hit a branch. >> chris and terrorist an sit up front and noticed the driver. >> he didn't slow down to hope the door for someone. and he went into the middle of the road. and a few people started noticing what was wrong. >> as we reached the intersection, he was going
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really, really fast. >> in fact, the driver, mr. rick, was having a medical emergency. >> i'm trying to go as fast. >> i grabbed his foot. and i was trying to pull it off the gas. and he was resisting me. after that, i grabbed the steering wheel. we ended up driving the bus into trees. >> reporter: no one was hurt. jessica and robert get everyone off the bus and take role. >> it was kind of like a dream. it was weird. >> it all hits you what happened. >> i think they are incredibly courageous. >> what this is a sheriff's salute sit swreans -- citizens award. >> today, gave each. them a citation. >> littlest on the bus is are have impressive. >> mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. >> wjz has learned that the driver is recovering after an
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unspecified surgery. it's not known if he'll be able to return to his job. a man dedicates a pizza to the boston red sox. paul tomassia has crafted this special pizza in honor of the special red sox series. this is the team's third world series championship since 2004. baltimore fans are hoping that next year's pizza will be in honor of the orioles. >> i think ours would be a little more elaborate, when we get our pizza. >> approximate if that's pepperoni, that's tasty. >> yes. scott pelley has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. break news. for the first time, we have pictures of iranian troops, in combat in the syrian civil war. see the stories syria and iran don't want you to see, tonight on the cbs evening news. and here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back.
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live at a haunted house party, in perry hall, with the wjz mobile weather lab. bob is in the first warning weather center, updating the five-day forecast. first, let's check in with tim who is himself right now. >> yes. i've dressed up as me right now. we want to show everybody and say thank you to our host and hostess. the pirates and the witch. >> happy halloween. >> and tonight, if we're being to be out and about. it just never ends. and daytime highs are going to go up gradually, to about 66 by midday. and 71 by the high of the day, around 4:00. expect potential for showers. for the next five days, sending it in to bob. we could see a little rain, after 8:00, 9:00, central maryland. there is some stuff west of us. tomorrow morning, that is the chance to see rain. windy conditions, still very warm. 70 to 74. clearing out in the afternoon.
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all right. here we go. ranks, season part 2. mark is here with the wjz the fan sports report. playing cleveland browns. ranks getting ready for the browns, with the benefit of the extra rest from the bye week. one raven who truly needed the time off is running back ray rice. he tells us, he continues to feel stronger as he recovers from a hip injury. now, the ravens running game has not been strong. ranked near the bottom of the nfl. they have added fee agent bernard scott. got him here last week. it is uncertain, though, when he will be ready to contribute. ray rice has been expected to be a weapon. but so far, he's been far from it. rice did run better in the game against the steelers. he knows he's not been at his best. and rice tells me, he didn't put any extra pressure on himself to carry the ravens' rupping game. >> the overall game is to win.
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obviously, i'm used to contributing. i just need to be ray rice on sunday. i don't need to do anything more, anything less. opportunity comes, i gotta make the play. >> reporter: linebacker jameel mcclain will get a chance to make plays again sunday. starting at linebacker. mcclane continues to use his spinal cord injury that kept him out for months am see the ranks battle wjz. coverage comes your way sunday, at 4:15. navy midshipmen leave the comforts of annapolis for their annual clash with notre dame. mids are coming off an exciting win in pittsburgh. but pulling off a win on the road against the fighting irish will be navy's toughest challenge all year. >> it's going to be a monumental task for us to beat them. you know, we gotta play well. and we gotta play our best football to even have a chance. >> it's going to be a tough challenge. but we're going to work as hard as we can, get in the weight
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room and lift as hard as we can and get in the best shape as possible. did&go play. >> navy got a last second field goal to beat pit. but their last wins have been by 40 points. baseball, boston red red sox celebrate the fastest turnaround in history. they bounce back to win the world series this year. and the clincher in game 6, fenway park. sox and st. louis. scoreless until shane victorino scores this. high off the wall in left field. scores all three runner the, including johnny gomes, who just beats the throw home to make it 3-0 boston. more than enough for the boston pitching staff. former oriole, coamgy ueharra. a six-1 red sox win. and this comes after they finished in last place, last season. >> i think it might be the most
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special out of all of the worst years i've been part of. >> three titles. but this one is their first clench on their home field at fenway park in 95 years. and they still have the same park. should be noted as well. >> it's covered in confetti today, i'll bet you. today, i'll bet you. >> i say it's ,,,,,,
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don't miss the night's cbs primetime lineup at 10:00. it's the hit episode elementary, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. in true halloween fashion, zombies gather in tokyo. 1,000 people gathered and dressed up as zombies. attacking anyone who got into thpath. after milling about, most of the zombies were released to wreak havoc on the rest of tokyo. the new godzilla. >> you know, that would really scare me. that's it for us tonight. back at 11:00, i'm denise koch. >> for bob and mark, i'm vic carter. don't go away. there is much more ahead on the cbs evening news with scott pelley. we'll be
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>> pelley: tonight, we're breaking news on two major sphronts. sharyl attkisson has uncovered the inside story of the health care debacle. we'll have the revealing internal reports from the government's war room. there's no denying it now-- elizabeth palmer has the evidence of iranian troops fighting in the syrian civil war, images syria and iran don't want you to see. floodsed in the south and midwest as a major storm system moves into the east. and lamborghini takes a victory lap on its 50th anniversary. ha-ha! "60 minutes" goes along for the ride in the world's most exotic super cars. whoa! captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.


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