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you're watching the station that works for you, now abc2 news at 11. can you imagine what it would be like if the orioles started winning and hosted a playoff game, the playoffs in baltimore. if you've taken a needle in your back in the past month, you need to hear this story tonight, it concerns your life, the latest on the meningitis outbreak. and she was celebrating breast cancer free, find out why she is more than upset over a pat down. abc 2 news starts right now. temperature at game time 52, finally. >> the orioles and the yankees the way it's supposed to be fighting to get to the world series, and cheryl conner live, they have been waiting a while but i guess it was well worth it for folks there. >> reporter: for a team that has waited 15 seasons to get to the postseason game at home, a
2 hour rain delay was nothing for fans. tonight we were so honored to witness one of the greatest moments for the orioles this season as the team honored the victim of the perry hall shooting. for a team that has taken the hits and come so far, it's fitting that the first pitch for the first home season game goes to daniel borowy who knows how to survive. daniel was shot on the first day of school at perry hall high, two teachers and guidance counselor jesse wasmer who is are credited with taking down the gunman joined him on the field throwing. >> the orioles follow, lead and keep on going. >> reporter: the standing o for the perry hall teen was just as loud as it was for the national anthem. the two hour rain delay didn't drown the spirits of fans who
waited 15 years for the orioles to move into postseason. tarps went on the field. thousands went in for a long wait in a food line. >> hot chocolate a cup of coffee, something to keep warm. >> reporter: but they listened to the forecast and decided to sit it out in their seats seats and sacrifice a good nights sleep. >> this guy caught up on the news, weather updates were flashed on the board and then we were given a go, the start over two hours aft scheduled time. wet towels were waving and the borowy family celebrates with a team that will not quit. >> how can you not be happy and have a good moment through everything that's going on. >> reporter: was that a great experience daniel. >> yeah. >> reporter: and coming off the field that is the first time we have heard daniel borowy speak. it wasn't a bad pitch.
his dad says he didn't even practice. it's tough to find any yankees fans in that sea of orange. right now we're in the bottom of the 7th. it's tied 2-2 with the orioles at bat and we're here tomorrow for another postseason home game. we're live at camden yards cheryl conner abc 2 news. no yankees or limited yankees. thanks for that report. we have a special section on our web site dedicated to the orioles magic of the season. you can find the latest o's news and more pictures from you, the best baseball fans around. >> you are right. let me explain this to york 4 and 1 is -- this to o you. 4 and 1 is pretty. matt castle throws a 19-yarder to jammal charles and castle was knocked out of the game. these highlights don't match what i'm talking about.
here's bow den who made a nice catch streaming down the line. the ravens end up winning this ball game 9-6. and you know what, we just move on. it would be the dallas cowboys coming in next sunday. >> prettier win. >> there you go. a win to win. that's all that matters. maryland's most powerful doppler radar, it's a different picture against three or four hours ago. right now clear conditions. the temperatures have dropped. take a look at the city temperature, 44 degrees. on the eastern shore around 51 degrees. out to the north and west, frederick at 44 degrees. a few 30s could be popping on boards. you notice out in the mountains starting to fall down. we've noted fog starting to develop. still good visible but some of the visibilities have come down. patchy fog through the course
o. overnight. crisp wakeup. nice looking day, but the clouds build in and it's another day where we're into the 50s, we'll talk more about your 7-day forecast coming up in just a bit. baltimore city police are on the scene of a shooting on the north side, a woman was shot around 10:00 tonight in the 6300 block of fair lawn avenue. that's all police have to tell us tonight. we're going to bring you much more as we continue to get it in and also on webb. anne arundel county authorities have identied a man who died after a fight in brooklyn park. nick gillman senior died at the hospital friday. police were called to the 6000 block of ritchie highway for a report of an assault. the victim was fighting with the the man. police are still investigating tonight. the deadly outbreak of meningitis is quickly spreading. at least 27 more people have gotten sick. that brings the total number to
91. 7 people have died. tonight the massachusetts company that has made the steroid is recalling every product it makes in an abundance dance of caution. >> reporter: the pharmacy at the center of the outbreak announced a voluntary recall of every product it makes saying this action is being taken out of an abundance of caution due to the potential risk of contamination. >> i'm scared. >> reporter: the number of meningitis patients jumping today from 64 to 91 confirmed case in nine states with 7 confirmed deaths. the outbreak began with a contaminated shipment of drugs from the new england compound center. it was injected into the spine and was contaminated with a fungus causing a rare form of meningitis. the company is one of thousands of compound pharmacies that mix their own medicine but don't have to meet fda safety
standards for manufacturerring drugs, the idea to make some taylor made drugs for patients who need a special blend like allergies. nine patients died last year in alabama after receiving a feeding solution made by a compound pharmacy contaminated with bacteria. the chief counsel of the fda tells abc news the industry has been hijacked by those making cheap copies of the same drugs. >> instead of manufacturer fake roll exes, they're manufacturing fake drugs. >> reporter: as for the latest victims, janet are russell's family is praying she'll make it through. >> it's hard to see your mother. search dogs and 800 volunteers are looking for a missioning denver 10-year-old girl. a neighborhood found a backpack
right outside his home that had the name jessica ridgeway on the it. the area has been sealed off. all cars are stopped and searched. jessica was last seen friday walking to a park where she meets classmates and they walk to school together but say she never made it to the park. a missouri woman says she feels violated after a pat down at an airport. sarah high schoolen beck talked with her. >> this was 13 days after my first chemo. >> reporter: and the friends that encouraged her fight. last week she flew from kansas city to indianapolis to sell are bait her 5-year-old anniversary and went through security and a body scan and a tsa agent asked her to step aside. what happens next makes her sick to her stomach. >> i'm standing here with my arms in the air and somebody's
feeling my chest and everybody's working with me wondering what does this woman have on chest. >> she told the agent she had silicone implants and chemotherapy left with scar tissue. the agent never asked if she wanted a private pat down. >> i was just dumb struck. i just stood there while she ran her hands around my breasts and across them. >> reporter: she said those moments made her feel violated. >> i was so shocked i was numb and as the days went by i got angry and i thought i don't want this to happen to o me or another woman. >> reporter: we took her concerns straight to the tsa. despite advances in technology, a physical pat down is still necessary in some cases. she went on to say we work to make our screening process as minimally invasive as possible
while providing the level of security they want. the agent should have asked dietrich if she wanted a private pat down and the organization is investigating and if they have a medical condition they can fill out a notification card as a discreet way to tell them. the cards can be downloaded online. two weeks from today you will be soaking your feet in epsom salt. thousands run and walk to raise money for breath cancer treatment and research for those in our area. we are a proud sponsor of the seventh there's plenty of time to get involved. the race happens sunday october 3 citizen -- 31st. and we're thinking pink all month. we're partnering with the university of maryland cancer center for a special think pink
house call segment. we're going to have medical experts in the studio taking your calls and that will happen from 5 until 6:30 tomorrow evening. it's only october but we know what your kids are going to be asking for this holiday season. it's actually good news, you won't have to fight the crowd come black friday, be ahead of the pack and get your hands on the hot holiday toys. there's more of themthan ever, stink bugs are sticking around for another season. we're telling you where they're looking to hide in your home. we had some rain earlier this evening, that is out of here but it's going to get cold. i'm mike masco. we'll talk about your 7-day forecast. we're back in 60 seconds. barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven... so let me tell you what i know: if question seven passes, my company's going to...
bring table games, like blackjack and poker... right here to baltimore. a twenty-five million dollar investment... that'll create five hundred new jobs. all right here. today, marylanders are spending $500 million gaming... in other states. let's keep it here. i'm chad barnhill, and we're ready to build right here. we're ready, and it's real. and all that has to happen... is question seven. tonight's consumer alert starts with a recall from honda, it crvs are being recalled. they run from 2002 to 06.
the faulty switch could start a fire even if the car is off. owners are being advised to park the cars outside until the repairs are finished and have the master power switch inspected and repaired or replaced. are you starting to think about holiday shopping. >> no, black friday is quite a ways off but stores are displaying what are expected to be some of the hottest selling toys this year. consumer reporter john metairie shows us how to not waste your money. >> reporter: stores are setting up christmas displays and the hottest toys this holiday season, the latest in high-tech and some retro toys from the 90s. christmas is coming with signs for the season's hot toys and kids making their wish lits. these daughters have their eyes
on disney princesses. >> she just pointed out four things that are here. >> reporter: power rangers are just one of many reto toys expected to be hot sellersers and furrbies are back too. also in toys "r" us hoteliers, dolls from the boy up and down one direction, parent, that's what the 1d means on the box. and legos and kid tablets also top the list, especially the leap pad 2 explorer and what could be the hottest toy, nintendo's new wii u. you can reserve one for a 20-dollar deposit. also new, sony's psvita. but will these gadgets be hits
or the ipad and ipad mini keep demand down. one new thing this year, all of toys "r" us' hottest toys are available for reservation so you don't have to have a slug fest with your fellow shoppers on black friday. just reserve by october 31st with 20% down and there's no need to fight grandmother for a furrbie. i'm john met metairie. >> you can catch this story and all of john's segments on our web site. go to the money tab to find the don't waste your money section. >> grandmother wants a cup of coffee in the morning. she may want to think twice to have drinking that cup. drinking at least 3 cups aday could increase your risk for
glaucoma. it goes up 66% if you drink more than 3 cups of caffeinated copy a day. the same result was not found in other caffeinated beverages such as soda and tea. now maryland's most accurate forecast. >> weather in motion today, not the best looking day. this is annapolis and watch how you see the bans and scattered showers and a gloomny afternoon, a struggle to the -- gloomy afternoon, a struggle to get to the 50s, really starting to get cold for this early in october. here's what's going on downtown. a little bit of a decorative theme. you have orange on the harbor and we sit at 46 degrees at the present hour. a lot of of moisture in place. our visibilities have come down. there could be a little patchy fog. and in terms of temperatures here's where we are, 46 in town. you go just outside the beltway, york's at 45, a lot of
spots north and west of the city, will see upper 30s and maybe a little frost is possible. forecast lows between 35 to around 39 degrees. 40s outtower the eastern shore -- out over the eastern shore. and out toward garrett county and washington county where temperatures could dive between 29 and 30 degrees. there's chilly air out toward the north and west. crisp and cool, 40 degrees with a blendover sunshine and clouds. lunchtime, at least appearance wise, still a little cool at 52. and you'll notice the clouds coming in during the course of your afternoon, too, through 4:00. maryland's most powerful doppler radar clear overhead, we had this low pressure center that produced the rain. skies are clearing out pretty nicely. back out to the west, dry patch of air, that comes into play, so we're going to see a good amount of sunshine. there could be a quick ripple that comes in tomorrow. that may allow for a scattered
shower. we'll show you on future trend in one second. this jet stream, that's what's bringing in the cool air. that stays down to the south. watch as things as we go into the next 40, 72 hours. warmer temperatures by tuesday afternoon and wednesday more portions o of cooler air. it's a quick pattern over the next couple of day. future trend looks pretty good, going into the afternoon, here comes the clouds and again, some patchy drizzle can come back into the picture. tomorrow evening going into tomorrow night. not a widespread deal. nowhere in comparison to the rain we saw this evening. and everything will push off to the east. and nice as we session way into your day on tuesday. north and west of the beltway, 40 in town, 42 down to dc. limited sunshine tomorrow, only allows those temperatures again to get into the low to mid-50s.
another chilly night monday night into tuesday and again, a little patchy frost, maybe a little freeze north and west of the city, so carroll, frederick county, and daytime highs a little bit of a bounce back into the 60s as we go into your day on tuesday. maryland's most accurate forecast calling for late clearing. 39 degrees, lower 30s north and west of town. 57 tomorrow for columbus day. those late showers could sneak into the piure. 42 in town for tomorrow night. possibility of a few showers. here's your 7-day forecast. drying trend as we head into your day tuesday and. then back into the 60s on thursday. 70 on friday, so we're back to near seasonal temperatures and things are looking pretty good in the 7-day forecast, at least on the weather front but a little bit cooler than average. should be right around 69 this time of the year.
the next 10 days could be colder than this. we're getting into a different pattern, a different feel and tomorrow morning it's going to hit you like a big brick wall because it's going to be cold. >> bring the jackets. he had his jersey on earlier. >> we're going to pop that on at the end of the show because it's working. >> keep it on. >> did kind of sneak that in. first, my apologies to all italians, i was supposed to be the mc but i had to cover the orioles. she knows where i was. this is another great parade with floats, politicians and receive remember -- celebrities and then the great parade and the rain held up. did it not? >> yes it did, but it came later. >> yeah, it did. yes, it did. all right. listen, have you noticed them,
they're back in full force again. >> ones in my garage. we're talking about stink bugs and you are not alone. it's an infestation nationwide and as the temperatures drop the pests are moving inside hiding in the cracks in the walls and the attic waiting for spring and there's really nothing you can do to get rid of them. >> i've tried some of the off the market traps and the different sprays which did nothing for us. i mean, the bugs just laughed at them and they keep coming. >> researchers say stink bugs could be the biggest threat to farms and gardens. 59% of the people in the nations capital have had a beef with the bug as to 21% of the national average. we're right in the middle. one man's trash is another man's treasure. that's at least the saying. >> how one woman's attempt to clean up so called junk has her now taking trip to the bank.
>> it was $22,250 in savings bonds. okay. today's value with interest, $113,954. >> what an honest guy, huh. >> it turns out it belongs to her mother who recently died of cancer. this is a gift from heaven. >> no kidding. this is always entertaining, the 13th annual north american wife carrying championship. how about that. husbands run a course with their lives legs around their necks and their arms around their waists, what? that's a sport? those that run the race say this lets the husbands hands be free helping them balance. there's a hurdle l. there's a pond called the widow maker and
the sand trap. if you drop your wife you get a penalty. no hands. looks fun, though. doesn't it? hey, we got an unexpected house guest for a couple in arizona, the homeowner found a bear cub having a feeding frenzy in their kitchen. he saw this small furry cub dart across the house. he wanted a bite to eat and knew where to go and they got the bear out safely. >> how would you like to come home and see that. >> i'd take three bears over two stink bugs. load up the house with bears. thank you, we're trying to get a win in here. let's get you out the door this morning. lynette charles here in the morning. 30 degrees it's going to be a cold morning. limited sunshine gets us to 55. there is a warming trend, 60s
david smallwood: maryland money needs to stay in maryland. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware... and pennsylvania. one west virginia paper calls it a "cash cow" for them. but its cost maryland over one billion dollars. money that could have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven keeps maryland money in maryland. david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland.