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. a torn trisepcan rip -- trison can tear a fan's heart. >> we hope they are put in a position where they can't hurt anybody else. >> could this photoby the key to -- be the key to solving the case of a researcher in northeast baltimore. >> you stood in line for it, but we're going to tell you what gadgets are not getting your attention. abc2news starts right now. if tomorrow wasn't promised what would you give for today? no sun light. what would you spend thinking about. those are the words from football star ray lewis. we spent our lifetime watching and thinking about 52 and hope that we get that opportunity
again. >> reporter: on any given sunday, nobodienters a building bet -- enters a çbuilding bett than ray lewis. in the 4th quarter he was hit hard. it didn't look right. ray knew it. he pulled himself out and never got back in. we knew something was wrong. >> ray has a triceps tear. a complete tear. so he'll be out for the season. for most of the 2006 season to a shoulder injury but this is bad. bad that it happened at age 37. we can always look to the field to see ray give us the sign that he's got it. a look on the score board for a face that says this is our game. >> the guys that are going to be playing are the same ways who stepped in and played last year. those guys played a lot of football and we have a lot of confidence in those guys. >> reporter: he's been the
heart and soul for so long, leave your legacy to make the effort. effort is between you and you. this may be his final dance in the 4th quarter yesterday, but don't dare doubt the man. he will work to come dancing out of that tunnel next year. what do you think this means for ray lewis and for the team. sound off right now on our facebook page at abc2news.com//facebook. if looks like police are making progress in the investigation of a man killed in northeast baltimore. christian schaffer is standing by. >> police have released a surveillance photo that appears to show two people running from the scene of the crime. investigatelers hoping the photo -- investigators are hoping the photo might lead to
an arrest. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: members of the baltimore core alert asity are preparing for their annual christmas special, but this year, peter marvin won't be among them. he was shot after arriving home. he worked with the national institutes of health. that night he had just come back from practice with the choral arts society. >> the intellectual capacity and the passion for it and the commitment for it. peter had all those things. >> reporter: police have released this image that shows two men running awai. one a-- away. one appears to be holding something under his left arm. >> i don't think we'll ever
quite completely get over it. >> reporter: some hope that they will be able to bring his killer to justice. >> we hope people will step forward and help us solve it. >> if you recognize these men you're asked to call the state police homicide unit. now the choral arts society will dedicate it's december 4th to marvin. christian schaffer, abc2news. well the weather fit the day, didn't it? kind of drab and dreary, but for how long and are we about to turn the corner for a flash of sunshine tomorrow? let's find out from wyatt everhart. >> things will be improving tomorrow in terms of the sun coming back. so we like that, bull it will be bit -- but it will be a bit cooler, especially by tomorrow night. rain right now, clearing from west to east. we have a few showers down here
on lower eastern shore. salisbury and the beats are still getting some rain, but otherthen that things -- than that things are clearing up very nicely. you can see that drier air beginning to funnel in from the north and west and that's going to make for a sunny scenario into the day tomorrow. steady clearing from west to east. we'll talk about how things will unfold by mid week. it's straight ahead. jason hisser has been found alive with his colleague neal pecker. both met a decade ago at virginia tech. and by days air teams searched for the men. and at 3:30 mountain time both have been found alive. they are back with their families and we should find
more details about their 17- mile adventure in 18 inches of snow. maryland student beaten after a duke game back in 2010. well the trial occurred today. now the first thing prosecutors did was show the video. they had prince george police officers overused their power. they could have agitated the crowd. the officers maintain the force they use was approved by their own commanders. and circles on putaps co avenue paint the final seconds of a 41-year-old's life when a patrol car with siren blaring was responding to a shooting call when the man was struck in the road and killed. a witness who didn't want to aappear on -- appear on camera tells us what happened.
>> they didn't want the sirens going all the way up on jacks street because there's been shootings. they were doing about 90. >> police are propertying a com- - propertying promise -- promising a complete investigation. cheryl conner tells us how the family mourning five loved ones will get some help. >> one of the linkups to perfect strangers and help pay interest the funeral -- for the funeral expenses. there's a toll to losing five family members and then there's the financial burden. bright lights, loud engine, this is not the typical vigil. this time, lifting cars is not these trucks' mission. >> a lot of people get bad names for tow truck drivers.
a lot of us are actually here to help. >> reporter: the call came from knockout towing and rice towing services. they got a few trucks to surround the baltimore home where five people died in a fire. four kids, ages 7 and younger died with their grandmother. >> my mother was kin. she cared for anybody. if you didn't have a place to stay, she didn't even have to know you. she would let you in. >> reporter: the family has no connection to the towing industry, but a few dozen drivers circled the home. >> get the family to get help. >> reporter: money was raised to bury all victims. >> they come together. they work hard every day trying to get back to a family that's had a major loss. >> that you strengthen them. >> reporter: and a prayer was said with the family, tow truck
drivers not looking to make a dime. instead they saw a need and wanted to give it away. >> because without their support we would be lost. there's five of them at one time. >> all five victims will be buried together this thursday. if you're interested we have information on how to donate to the family on our web site, abc2news.com. cheryl conner, abc2news. >> how about those tow truck drivers tonight? outstanding. that peanut butter recall is getting even bigger. now it includes raw, roasted, shelled, the-shell peanuts. they've -- inshell peanuts. they've been sold everywhere including target and costco. it's been shut down while the government investigates. you can find the full list of recalled peanut products on the
fda's web site. and the widespread meningitis outbreak is now being investigated. 15 have died including one dect in our state. tomorrow president barack obama and mitt romney meet for round 2. their foreign policy debate is tomorrow. it will also be the last chance you can vote. you have to turn 18 before election day and have to be a maryland resident. one of the easiest places to register is at the mda. we'll post place said to go on our -- places to go on our web site. we'll also identify questions regarding 7, 6, and 4. helping you avoid traffic delays, we will have a look at some of the trouble spots you will run into overnight and maybe tomorrow morning. >> if you were traveling on i- 95 do be aware of construction
that's blocking the route to i- 295. crews continue to patch pot holes on 795. i'm be tracking the delays of your commute tomorrow on good morning maryland beginning at 4:30. >> how would you like to be watching abc2news at eleven on a big screen 3-dtv. windup we're going to -- coming up we're going to look at the gadgets that you can live without. >> we're going to track the rain as it heads out to sea. >> lights installation, leaks, tonight you can weatherize your own home. tips you can do tomorrow to save money when abc2news comes back in 60 seconds. everyone equally. at i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs.
are going to turn out this year in hopes that every step you take prevents b -- prevents breast cancer. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> reporter: today she's all smiles as she meets with doctors at mercy hospital. but when she was first diagnosed she admits she was not so nice. >> i apologized a lot. >> reporter: but now she's grateful because when she was down on her luck, no job, no health service, someone was there to -- insurance, she got a voucher for a mammogram and a nudge from her doctor. >> in november 2010, he called me trifling which is a word that means you're
irresponsible. and when she went out of the office i said i'm not irresponsible. i may be a lot of things. so i made the appointment in november. >> reporter: fear had her cancel a few times before getting her first mammogram in february 2011. a mammogram that came just in time. she had stage one breast cancer and then figuring out her life as a survivor. >> i'm getting adjusted to the news of being without something i've had for 50 years. >> reporter: when she thinks of the thousands who will come to walk on sunday, she grows stronger. >> it's uplifting to me. very spiritual to know there are many of us who are still fighting. it makes you feel good to know that you're part of a society of hope. >> reporter: she lives to pass
along one message. >> now i'm going to tell everybody i know and don't know, which i have been doing, go get a mammogram early detection is the best. don't be afraid like i was. don't wait until the last minute because it might be stage 3, 4. so go early. >> thank you for sharing your story with us eva. there is still time to sign up for sunday's race for the cure. it happens this sunday morning in hunt valley. if you want to donate but you can't walk, text pink to 0999 for all the information. now we're thinking to save money. arizona temperatures drop -- as temperatures drop, prices go up. you can start by swapping out
your own thermostat with a programmable one. you might want to try a home energy audit. a simple check list will help you check your home for cost savings. if finances are tight, government programs are out there to help you get your home ready for the oncoming winter. gadgets are getting crazy, especially with the release of the ipad mini. believe it or not some high- tech items are not selling well. we point out which you might want to by so you don't waste your money are. >> consummersdant get -- consumers can't get enough of high tech gadgets. we love new technology, except sometimes we don't. it turns out there some items we have no interest in buying. >> reporter: fans line up over
night when apple release as new product. but some items are getting a big yawn these days from consumers. the number one tech disappointment, 3-d tv. prices are flumting because -- plummeting because buyers are shunning these tvs. auto makers are scanning back plans for electric cars because of the lack luster response. >> mobile wallets, where you pay with your smart phone. >> reporter: a big reason tech products disappoint, the support system is not yet in place. mobile wallets will be the future, but most stores are not ready to handle them. trying to pay by phone today? you'll probably say doesn't that ic cars need fast charging stations and 3dtvs still need awkward glasses which most people don't want to
wear. >> if it's new, different and somewhat expensive, it's sometimes best for a friend or neighbor to get one first. then kick the tires and see what you think. that way you don't waste your money. >> we're continuing to push off to the east tonight so even the eastern shore. now you're clearing out from what have been some on and off showers for the bulk of the day. the rain cleared out more quickly on the west than the eastern shore. we're seeing clearing from west to east right now. how much rain? about a half inch to a third of an inch west of the chesapeake. most reports here on the shore, close to less than half an inch. just over half an inch at bwi. that's a decent day of rain.
71 degrees today. four degrees above our average. temperatures are falling. we're in the mid 50s as winds turn west and eventually turn northwest later tonight. a which illy start in the -- a chilly start in the morning. we'll spend most of the day in the 50s. take a look here you see the cloud decks dropping. stormy skies on and off through the day. that was the scenario and the scenario in lowell as well. now these athletes get some practice out there. but you know pumpkins, huge ones those are good. i don't know the young man's name but he's courageous, stairing down the mighty moose in caulkiesville. there he is at valley view farms. probably worth the ride to check out that one.
winds from the west tonight. the october chill is coming in. it's been rather temperate the last couple days. tomorrow will be more like october. but it will warm up later in the week. we have clearing conditions to the west. the last wet weather clears out tonight. canned there be some damp spots on the road? it's possible. no new rain coming down. but there could be slick spots on the road. we're dry though tomorrow. i look for widespread sunshine and a warmup toward the middle part of the week, especially into thursday. we'll be dealing with the chill in the great lakes. we're in the 40s in cincinnati. clearing conditions throw. and just a few showers continue to get through here. primarily east of the bay. the skies will clear in the next four hours. tropical storm rafael is now a
hurricane. the track of rafael takes him out to see. big wave action that could cause some beach erosian. ait aprocedures -- it appears that conditions will clear. it appears good for the race in hunt valley on sunday. 67. it will be chilly in the morning for the big run. >> while we're talking halloween. did you hear about this? you don't know what the weather will be like, but whether it's warm, cold, snowing or rainy, bawl is one of the best -- baltimore is one of the best cities for trick or treating. baltimore took the 20th spot,
dc ranked ten. honolulu, great halloween town. the best spot? anybody want to guess? san francisco. of course. there's much more to come an abc2news. first here's terry moron a look at what's coming up on night line. >> a flamy hot controversy. why it's the war on salt in schools and what's keeping it out of kids' lunches. >> plus a man who says he can transform any room in your house without breaking the bank. that's coming up after abc2news at eleven.
it's something you don't see every day. three elephants going on a walk. a trailer carrying them drove off the road and that's when the animals decided to leave. remember mchail? she's the one that crashed the fake dinner at the white house back in 2009. well she's engaged tonight. neil shawn proposed to her in time city. the romance started off as her then husband reported as missing. turns out he out she was making -- >> i think any way you want it. >> they're going to have sticks
play. >> it's working out. >> any way you want it. >> that's the way i need it. let's get into it matt. clearing out there tonight. showers clearing to the east. we're looking good. weather is looking good the next few days. it's going to be a cooler day on tuesday, but then we're going to warm it up on wednesday and thursday, jamie, so there you go. right now, a chilly start, but sunshine. that's just like last year. >> a chilly start? >> crisp but it was sunny. >> no rain though, that's good.
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