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appeared to have been desperately trying to get away. now, wjz uncovers troubling details about his driving record and his reckless habits behind the wheel. we're live at state police headquarters. weijia jiang investigates. weijia? >> reporter: police say aside from all the dangerous driving, this man broke the law as soon as he got on the road because his license to drive had been taken away years ago. >> reporter: police identify the man they say threatened several lives on route 100 in linthicum, as 50-year-old brian mcnutt of glen burnie. they also say he wasn't even allowed to be driving. maryland mva records reveal mcnutt's license was revoked since at least 2008. he had to complete a driver improvement class in 2009 and just two days before the crash, he applied for a new license. mcnutt has a long history of traffic-related charges, including for drunk driving. >> the forensic and toxicology results will come back,
hopefully in the beginning of next week. and that may give us more information about whether this driver was under the influence of any alcohol or drugs. >> reporter: police say mcnutt was driving a blue pickup truck, registered to his roommate, at speeds close to 100 miles per hour. crossing three lanes of traffic to get away from police. mcnutt died when he crashed into a tree. >> he was speeding out in front of eight or 10 cars at one time. and he could have hit thousands of people and could have killed them all. >> reporter: neighbors say they didn't know mcnutt but sure knew his truck. >> you notice it because you have to come to a stop sign. and people just fly right by. >> reporter: the speed limit on mcnutt's street is 25 miles per hour. george sorrow says he worried the truck would hit nearby kids walking home from schools, including his own three. others had the same fear. >> i would say, on average, about 45, 55 miles an hour, i would see this car, this truck go guy.
-- by. and it was disturbing. >> reporter: the motive for this wild ride is still unclear. many just glad it's over. >> thank god nobody else was hurt. >> reporter: and even though mcnutt had applied for a new license, a spokesman for the mva said they had not decided whether to reinstate it. reporting live at state police headquarters, weijia jiang, wjz eyewitness news. >> court records also showed mcnutt had a history of drug abuse. under investigation right now. mary is live with more on what happened there. >> reporter: the head-on crash happened early this morning in southern anne arundel county. police say a chevy impala swerved into oncoming traffic at the intersection of route 258 and nutwell sudley road. the car rammed into a pickup truck. the 20-year-old driver of the chevy was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver of the pickup was thrown to -- flown to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. >> investigators are now trying to figure out what caused the
impala to cross the center line. an update now on the breaking news we brought to you last hour. a bad accident in northwest baltimore. sky eye chopper 13 was over park heights avenue and pinkney road. medics needed to pull the driver from the wreckage. the driver was rushed to sinai hospital. baltimore county police are looking for two robbers who held up a royal farms store this morning, police say around 7:00 a.m., two men pulled guns on the clerk at the store in east joppa road in towson. the gunman pushed a customer who entered the store and left out back. the customer was taken out the back with minor injuries. an elderly woman returns home to find her husband murdered. and now, one year later, baltimore police plea for information. sterling was stabbed to death in his home. police initially received promising information but nothing panned out. and now they are asking anyone with information to give them a
call. a major medical decision that could affect the health of millions of men. this is a study on prostate cancer screening. jessica kartalija speaks to doctors about the debate. jessica? >> reporter: the same group that came out a few months ago and said mammograms weren't necessary annually, are now looking at a proper test used to diagnose prostate cancer. and at least one doctor says this is ridiculous. >> reporter: prostate-specific antigen, or psa is a specific blood test. now, the u.s. preventive services task force is giving the test a d grade, meaning the harm outweighs the benefit. >> the problem with this, some are saying, of course, it is not ray highly accurate test. there could be false positives, leading to significant consequences. >> reporter: 225,000 men are
diagnosed with prostate cancer in the u.s. every year. of those, 28,000 will die of the disease. >> reporter: here at chesapeake urology, dr. sanford siegel says psa tests are critical. >> it sends the wrong message to people. men's lives have been saved because of psa. psa came really into full use in the early 1990s. and since then, the number of men dying from prostate cancer has decreased significantly. >> reporter: milton ross says routine screening saved his life. >> in my case, through the years, it was being watched. and eventually caught it at a very early situation. and now i'm under the radiation therapy here. >> reporter: the study also says, often a detected cancer is so small and slow-growing, they never pose a risk to the patient. dr. siegel isn't convinced. >> if you take that away, i truly believe that you're going to see death rate goes up significantly, and men will be
dying from prostate cancer, and dying from prostate cancer is not a good way to die. >> reporter: men over the age of 40 who have a family history of prostate cancer are urged to get a psa test, every year. live at union memorial hospital, i'm jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> jessica, thank you. doctors who pose the study's finding say prostate rates are down and attributed that to early detection with psa tests. he was known as a ferocious competitor on the field and giant in the community. former raven orlando brown. mike schuh joins us with thoughts of those who were at his service today. >> denise, born in d.c., he played as a raven. and today, in a d.c. suburb, the church was packed as hundreds said goodbye to zeus. >> reporter: it took eight strong men, plus hundreds of family and friends, to take zeus home today.
at 6'7," orlando brown towered over most men. still in the womb, his mother nicknamed him zeus, the greek god of thunder. but he earned that name. tenacious, intimidating, dominating, but a gentleman off the field. with two cints -- stints with the ravens, he was at one time, the highest-paid offensive lineman in the league. hundreds came to mountain baptist church. hundreds of nfl players, prohibit and past, stood out in the crowd. his son spoke to the mourners. his team dressed in support. a religious man, fond memories followed in his path. >> he came out right and did the right thing. >> even though he's imposing in size, the name "gentle giant" really fit him because he was very aseasy going -- easy going and laid back. >> he always had something private to say. and he loved his family. no one loved his family more
than orlando did. >> reporter: brown died two weeks ago, of complications from undiagnosed diabetes. >> his son did speak to the mourners and said it's his time now to take care of the family, just like his dad did. >> thank you, mike. brown will be buried in south carolina. a former navy football player puts his nfl dreams on hold to serve his country. eric catani graduated from the naval academy in 2009. the running back was on the new england patriots practice squad. today, they ordered him to begin a five-year service obligation as a surface warfare officer. he's been at the head of one of the nation's largest school districts in a decade. now, dr. joe hairston says he's stepping down. >> reporter: well, a new contract may not be in dr. hairston's future. and the reasons why right now are not clear.
>> reporter: baltimore county school superintendent dr. joe hairston says this school year will be his last. and he won't sign a new contract when the current one ends in june. the reaction tonight from parents is mixed. some parents give hairston's leadership high marks. >> i've been very happy with the school district. i think that as we've had each of our children has had different needs in the schools, and they've been addressed very well. >> reporter: while others say a new superintendent may have new ideas. >> in many ways, i think it's an incredibly solid foundation here. we always worry about things that are unpredictable. but of course, when somebody new comes in, you hope for positive changes. >> we think ahead. and we move forward. >> reporter: dr. hairston recently addressed teachers and principals in august, just before the start of the new school year. after 12 years at the helm, hairston led the school system to higher attendance rates. added more ap classes and boosted music education in the
county. but in recent years, you've come under fire, for overcrowded schools and being unresponsive to parents and teachers' ideas to improve the district. >> you think you kind of feel the pressure to move on? >> oh, definitely. >> reporter: baltimore county isn't the only school district looking for a new leader. howard county is. so is the state school board. meanwhile, dr. hairston says he will reveal his future plans next week. >> thank you, gigi. the school board says it will soon launch a search for dr. hairston's replacement. what a way to start the weekend. fall evenings don't get much better than this. clear skies all around. wjz is live with first warning weather. bob turk tells us if the rest of the weekend will live up to this. bob? >> beautiful days. let's take a look at the forecast for the weekend. essentialitily, high pressure over us now is going to expand and move off the east coast, which means some southwest winds, or southerly winds will bring in milder air. the problem is, tonight.
because of very light winds. and still a lot of moisture on the ground. there may be some dense fog forming to the west of us, primarily out over washington, allegheny and some of the neighboring counties in the western portions of virginia. watch out for that. maybe a little patchy fog here. great weekend. warm temperatures, and sunshine wall to wall. >> we thank you very much there, bob. university of maryland law professor plays a big role in the success of a nobel peace prize winner. one of three women awarded the honor today. maryland law professor mary gibson worked as a senior adviser on the campaign and was mentioned numerous times in her autobiography. still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. >> his side. for the first time, jurors in the conrad murray trial hear the doctor's interview with police. what he said about michael jackson's death. and a look at amanda knox's four years in prison.
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exonerated of. >> reporter: all of those new details will be revealed tomorrow in a special "48 hours mystery." peter vanzant has the revelations, and we spoke with him today about what he's learned. >> there's so much we don't know about her life inside prison. and during the course of our hour, her best friend, madison paxton, who visited her for more than continue months, she kept a video diary of her meetings -- after her meetings with amanda knox. and she details what life was like inside that prison. we also learned for the first time, that there was sexual harassment going on inside, that an administrator would take amanda knox up into his office, alone, at night. she was terrified. and he would talk to her about sex. >> you also talk with amanda's father. what does he reveal? >> curt knox is an extraordinary man, and he has talked -- opened up more and more about this case and more about what his daughter has gone through. >> you know, she's almost kind
of reborn in a way. i mean, living for four years inside a concrete-and-steel, you know, prison. and now being able to kind of just look around, smell the air. and just do what she wants to do, hopefully when she wants to do it. it makes a huge difference. >> we know bits and pieces on amanda. you know more. she says she wants a normal life. is that possible? >> i think it's going to be difficult for a while. she can't even go out of her house now in is a little. and she's hoping to transition back to university, earn her degree. and she wants to become an advocate for the wrongfully accused. >> and curt knox says his daughter is not sleeping at night, but he believes once she realizes she is safe at home, her normal habits will return. back to you. >> okay, mary, thank you. and you can hear more about amanda knox, the untold story, on 48 hours mystery, tomorrow
night at 10:00. a man finds himself on the wrong side of law. he served as wicomico county state's attorney for more than a decade. police say he was arrested for violating a court order, prohibiting him from contacting a woman there. he was charged with drunk driving in ocean city. it is one of the hottest trends in food. and baltimore helps pave the way to popularity. monique griego has more on the food truck phenomenon. and where you can get a taste tonight. >> reporter: fine food from a full-sized kitchen, in a truck. >> it's probably one of the hottest new trends in america now. what you can do is you're able to get gourmet quality food on the street. >> reporter: bill irvin helps run cooper's chows hound burgers wagon. it serves up gourmet burgers from various locations city wide. and the customers are coming. >> it's, you know, economical. it's delicious. >> and not to be confined to a
rest rant is -- restaurant is one of the biggest attractions. >> reporter: but getting people to buy fine food from a wagon wasn't easy. >> we started going and they were like, it's a roach coach. then all of a sudden, they're like, that's really good. >> reporter: that roach coach stigma steams -- seems to be stamped out. >> it's just as good as a restaurant, if not better am. >> we serve lobster rolls, lobster mac and cheese with a truffle. >> reporter: damian started the silver platter a few months ago. and right now, his crew is getting ready to take part in the gathering take 4. a rallying tonight that will bring nearly 40 food trucks together. >> reporter: the last rally was expected to draw a few hundred people. instead, thousands showed up. >> raulall of a sudden, swarms of people. from -- i mean, it was like stink bugs out there. >> reporter: irvin says crowds are something new. and he's just hoping to kill
their appetite. well, the food truck rally. it's tonight in fell's point, until 10:00. plenty of time to get down there. perfect night. >> great weather to be out there. >> can smell those burgers, coming right off the jones falls. [ laughter ] >> i wish one of those trucks -- >> and the lobster rolls. that sounds great. i haven't had one of those in years. beautiful night to get out there. pleasant night. light wrap. 67 now. east winds at 7, which means all of that flavor is heading across town. toward maybe catonsville, woodlawn area. barometer on the way back up. we'll come back and take a look at a really nice fall weekend after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
-- in cumberland. ocean city, one of the coolest spots. they've dropped down to 63. and hagerstown is at 71. the dew point at 47. and this will probably end up in the mid-40s somewhere tonight. clear skies and light winds. watch out for fog forming west of the region. and locally, there could be patchy fog here and there. 68 in kent island, annapolis and bel air. rock hall as well. very light. east winds. most will be dropping to near calm overnight. that's why you get the fog forming. to the west of us, that's where most of the weather is going on. low pressure sitting over portions of the southwest -- south dakota, and wyoming area. snow there. that's snow up in the higher elevations. of course, they're 8,000, 9,000, 10,000 feet up. this storm out there, is a allowing warmer air to come in ahead of it. and that is also going to be
headlighting -- heading out in our direction. look at that breeze. bringing in the showers to the peninsula, florida. most of the east coast of florida, getting breezes and showers and thundershowers. eventually, we think of some that rain down there is going to head up in our region by wednesday. but now, can't find a cloud anywhere, until you get out to wisconsin. that's a long way off. nice, nice weekend. and here comes the warmer air ahead of that front. and down to the south, some of those clouds will start moving in our direction. maybe tuesday night. we might see a shower. better chance, looks like on wednesday. for the most part, just really nice weather. philippe may not talk about philippe much more. heading out toward iceland, as a low pressure system. down here, this is what we're concerned about. perhaps some area of low pressure can develop down here. south of florida. you'll already see some clouds and showers. and see the winds causing the rains now over florida? that little feature may move up and give us rain here by the middle of next week. something we'll be watching. south winds on the bay.
around 5 knots. pretty light winds tomorrow. if you're going sailing, not much breeze there. sunrise, 7:09. sets, 6:39. tonight, then, 45, patchy fog, cool conditions, with clear skies. tomorrow, back up in the mid- 70s. a beautiful afternoon. really, you're heading out, put the sun screen on. people don't think about it, but yes, you can get burned. mid-70s, above normal. our normal high tomorrow is around 69 degrees. and then we get back into the 40s and low 50s again on saturday. even warmer on sunday, believe it or not. may hit 80 on sunday. >> oh. i'm counting on it. >> thank you, bob. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. interrogation tapes. conrad murray gives his version of the final hours of michael jackson's life. desperate search. the parents of a missing baby lash out at police, handling the investigation. i'm alex demetrick.
it is 6:29. 67 degrees. look at that beautiful sunset. clear in central maryland. good evening. thank you for staying with wjz. and here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. prosecutors in the trial of dr. conrad murray play a never- before-heard recording of the doctor in his interview with police. >> conrad roberts murray. >> reporter: jurors are hearing a police interview with conrad murray, conducted two days after jackson died. it begins with murray detailing how he first met jackson and signed on to be his personal doctor while he trained for his comeback tour. >> it was going to be difficult to do the concerts in england. and mr. jackson wanted me very much to be there for the trip, for this concert. >> reporter: dr. murray
detailed the treatments he gave jackson in the hours before his death, including administering the powerful anes thet rick, pro -- anesthetic, propofol. dr. murray is charged with causing jackson's overdose. but murray's lawyers say that jackson himself administered the overdose. >> reporter: he told jurors he found propofol in jackson's blood and urine. >> reporter: the defense tried to poke holes in the prosecution's case, focusing on the iv bag in jackson's bedroom. >> was it found to contain any drugs whatsoever? >> no. >> reporter: michael jackson was rehearsing for a series of comeback concerts when he suddenly died at the age of 50. dr. murray told detectives after jackson's death that he was afraid the singer was addicted to propofol and was trying to wean him off. >> reporter: kendis gibson, wjz eyewitness news. >> and stay with wjz. throughout the trial, we will continue to bring you the latest from the courtroom. a baby girl from missouri
is still missing. now, the search crosses state lines. and her parents speak out about how police are handling the case. >> reporter: the parents of 10- month-old lisa irwin say their daughter was taken from her crib in kansas city, late monday or early tuesday. her mom, deborah bradley says police now told her she failed a lie detector tests, but they didn't show her the results. the baby's father offered to take a test, but police said he didn't have to. police say bradley and irwin have stopped cooperating with the investigation, a claim the couple denies. search teams scoured a kansas landfill this afternoon, looking for any sign of the missing baby girl. >> police have received dozens of tips since the dips appearance, but --a disappearance, but so far, none has panned out. anger over the economy builds, as the occupy wall street demonstration spreads from coast to coast. protestors say they're looking for a platform against corporate greed. in new york, the movement is now entering its third week.
and hundreds of people are camped out at freedom plaza, just blocks from the white house. the group is gathered at the inner harbor this week. >> reporter: new numbers show employers added just over 100 towz jobs in november. -- 100,000 jobs in november. nearly half of those jobs came in the rehiring of 41,000 verizon workers who had been on strike. president obama said the solution to the problem is a $447 billion jobs bill. republicans argue the president and his policies are to blame. >> protecting your children and their families' financial future. that's the goal of a new plan headed to the general assembly. political reporter pat warren has more on what the proposal entails. >> reporter: carroll county students play the money game. in november 2009, wjz visited this class at francis scott key high school, where students learned to manage their money. >> my parents should have taught me. and when i went off to college, there's a lot of things i didn't know or didn't remember.
>> basically, i didn't remember. >> reporter: asking to make the financial literacy mandatory in public schools. >> as soon as i started the academy of finance, i quickly caught onto the different financial concepts. and the thing i found interesting was, it's not hard. it's not hard to manage your finances. you just have to know how to do it. >> reporter: the bill passed the senate but stalled in the house. >> a lot of people say the legislature should take the financial literacy course. >> reporter: maryland comptroller peter franchot is the champion of the cause. >> i look at the kids and tell them that their fingerprints are unique and obviously permanent. but if they get into financial trouble and get a bad credit score, it's easier to change the fingerprint than it is to change that bad credit score. >> reporter: advocates are hoping to get 10,000 signatures. while the state considers the devaluing, you might want to consider gathering the kids
around you the next time you pay the bills. in fells point, i'm pat warren. back to you on tv hill. >> carol, harford, saint mary's and baltimore county are the only ones that have financial literacy requirements. time now for a quick look at some of the stories you'll find in the baltimore sun. find out about the local tie to the nobel peace prize winner. allen johnson surly. a preview of navy's game against southern mississippi as the mids try to avoid their first three-game losing streak since 2002. and two lacrosse games in baltimore this weekend. in an attempt to see if they speed up the game. for these stories and more, read tomorrow's baltimore sun. remember to look for the updated forecast from wjz's first warning weather team. well, apparently, it's never too late for your closeup. mr. demill. alex demetrick reports, edgar allen poe died in baltimore. but is about to be resurrected by hollywood. >> reporter: edgar allen poe
died october 7th, 1849. and he was buried in westminster in baltimore. it was a day often marked with a rose and his poetry. >> once, upon a midnight dreary, while i pondered, weak and weary, of the many quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore. >> reporter: suddenly, there came a tapping of hollywood's not-so-gently wrapping. >> no matter how many times, i will kill him. >> reporter: yes, that poem turned a movie title. anded -- and today, an event too good to ignore. >> i really love the way it sort of melded aspects of poe's life with poe's stories. >> catch the killer and put baltimore back to where it was. unfortunately, he has to work with what he believes is some vulgar writer who entertains people with these murders that my character has to deal with in reality. >> reporter: actor john cusack plays poe but was a no-show
except on screen. >> it cannot be disputed. your imagination is the inspiration of a hor endous crime. >> reporter: while set here in baltimore the movie was actually shot in romania. although we do get a brief cameo. >> one of the first shots, you see the baltimore harbor, the washington monument, if you look closely. >> reporter: still, a bit of showmanship came to town. a procession, led by the filmmakers, to poe's grave. >> tis some visitors, nothing more. >> reporter: alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> well, if you want to see the movie, and it look like -- looks like one to see, you will have to wait until next marriage march when the movie -- march, when the movie is released. >> we hear the movie is better than the impersonator. still to come on wjz eyewitness news. a solemn anniversary. 10 years after the u.s. troops hit the ground in afghanistan, is there any end in sight? and the goal of an amish
mob, terrorizing their community. i'm bob turk. first warning weather center. a warm and wonderful weekend. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories at wjz.com at this hour. for updates on the day's news, and the updated forecast, log onto wjz.com. i'm a curious seeker. i am a chemistry aficionado. diphenhydramine. magnesium hydroxide. atheletes foot. yes. i'm a people pleaser.
a farm in illinois had to be evacuated. the train's tankers were carrying ethanol. witnesses say they could hear explosions. there is no word on what caused the derailment. no one was hurt. pardon me. an amish mob is accused of breaking into several homes and cutting off the beards and hair of other amish men. police in ohio say it's all the work of the buckholz clan. they say the men pack into a horse-drawn buggy, ride to a home, call up the men and women in the house. the violent hair cuts are meant to humiliate and punish those amish who are supposedly weak in the faith. it's been a decade since the start of the war in afghanistan. and since then, 1800 troops have died. tina kraus has more for wjz on where we are, 10 years later.
>> run, run! >> reporter: hundreds of angry protestors rallied on the streets of caball -- kabul. they want american troops to get out of afghanistan, 10 years after the u.s.-led invasion began. these demonstrators say too many afghan civilians have been killed in the conflict. about 100,000 american troops remain in afghanistan. nearly 1800 have died. >> i think that the way that this conflict turns out is going to be looked at, you know, for years to come, as a defining moment. >> reporter: the biggest success for u.s. forces came in may, when navy seals killed osama bin laden in neighboring pakistan. but troops say they are still facing a fierce insurgency. >> well, we got a crafty enemy. the insurgents that operate in this area are determined. >> reporter: u.s. soldiers have already handed over much of security to afghan forces. they're planning to give them complete control by the end of 2014, when all u.s. forces are set to pull out.
>> reporter: this man says during the past 10 years, we have just seen war and more war. we didn't see any benefit from the presence of foreigners. but some afghan women say they're grateful to america for freeing them from taliban rule. she says 10 years ago, women couldn't go out without a man. now, we're able to shop and work. but on the tenth anniversary of the war, the taliban is leading an insurgency, determined to derail u.s. plans to stabilize the country. tina kraus, wjz eyewitness news. >> president obama has said he will pull 10,000 troops out of afghanistan this year, and 23,000 more by next september. prince harry is coming -- he won't be getting the royal treatment. harry will spend two months in arizona and california in intensive pilot combat training. captain harry wales as he is known, will fly a military
attack helicopter. once the prince has completed training in the states, he will be clear for deployment. >> keep your eyes on the clubs, the nightclubs. could be hanging out. you never know. scott pelley has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. the unemployment level was unchanged last month. what will it take to get corporations to start hiring. we'll ask one of the heads of one of the largest companies. we'll ask tonight on the cbs evening news. and here's a look at closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back. ♪
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86. a little cooler with a few clouds coming in. maybe a shower by tuesday night. and a good chance we'll see shower activity tuesday and wednesday. probably staying minl main the -- mainly in the 60s to 70s. >> i'm told there's nothing quite like a hollywood wedding. nancy o'dell has more. >> coming up on entertainment tonight, new details and new video from inside the biggest star weddings of 2011. here's is a little sneak peek. >> this event, like chris and i are meant to be here, meant to be married and be husband and wife. >> all right. we go. >> reporter: new scenes, and secrets from inside kim k's i dos. >> when kim walked down the aisle, she had bruce taking one arm, but she had a piece of her dad's favorite shirt sewn inside her dress, on the other side. so her dad walked her on one side, and bruce was with her on
the other. >> kim's celebrity wedding planner, sharon sacks, of sairn sax production, showed us that kim told guests to book the hotel room under the alias, princess jasmine. >> kim looked fabulous. she looked unbelievable. >> reporter: kim's fairy tale wedding, the two-part special, continues sunday. >> the world follows the kardashians. and they're getting to go to her wedding. millions will be watching this weekend. >> and also, dancing's j.r. martinez. he comes to "et" and shares his story of survival. that and more coming up on entertainment tonight. still to come on eyewitness news. the terps getting ready for a tough challenge on the road. >> can they win in atlanta? stan is in for sports coming up next.
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one of those who followed the most successful sport franchises ever. after falling to detroit. yankees, eliminated from world series consideration. from the bronx a night ago. tigers of detroit already, 1-0. next fit. see you. another solo shot. 2-0, detroit. yankees blew plenty of opportunities. arod goes down. and ends the inning. later, bottom 9. jose valverde gets arod swinging again. you know, arod is into two consecutive appearances by striking out. now, the yankees go home. they lose to the tigers in the american league championship. it's texas, and 3-2 was the final score. >> and it hurt. and you just gotta remember this feeling. and it will be determined next year. >> it gave me a great thrill to be able to do it here in yankees stadium in game 5.
unbelievable. >> i looked at this game. and it was one hit. one sack fly. and that was the distance. they made some huge pitches when they had to. >> meantime, st. louis and philly battle out a decisive game 5 later on. right now, in the other national league division series, as we speak, it's tied up in 1, in the ix -- sixth. college football now. towson university, enjoying the spoils of a 3-1 record. fan attendance at t. yuvment. -- t. u. they might set a new single season mark. coach ambrose, sorting little things of helping turn the season around from last season's campaign that went 1- 10. >> such as keeping your locker clean. showing up early for everything that you do. doing things the right way all the time. now, nobody is ever going to do everything right all the time. but it's in the constant trying to do it right all the time that you garner the respect of
your opponents, your colleagues and yourself. >> i know all about not doing stuff right all the time. [ laughter ] >> meantime, the 2-2 maryland terps hit the road for their first acc road encounter. at georgia tech tomorrow. tech, a two-touchdown favorite. >> everything we played second grade defenses already. this is no exception. well, coach, they try to make you make a mistake and get back to their offense. and we're going to have to be sharp at execution. i feel like it's a really big challenge for offense. >> we'll see how maryland handles that big challenge tomorrow. meantime, to the pros, where the ravens have this week off. as you may well know. they'll return sunday, october 16th, playing host to the houston texans, a game we'll bring to you live at 4:00. live here on wjz 13. that's sports. see you all at 11:00. >> see you then. thank you, stan. you don't want to miss the cbs primetime lineup. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
we don't want you to miss the cbs primetime lineup tonight. it's an episode of blue bloods. california beach-goers get a surprise from the largest creature known to man. blue whales were spotted swimming off the coast of del mar, california. look at that. they may have migrate the south from monterey bay. the whales are expected to be in the area for the next few days as they search for food. wow. one man in england is learning to fly without a plane. for 20 years, the rocketman, stewart ross, has used a rocket belt to fly around like a super hero. well, sort of. the rocket man machine was fueled by peroxide. he often performs for hollywood strars and royalty. his dream is to become the only rocket belt pilot. >> he needs to go to remedial rocket flying school. >> thanks for watching wjz. don't go away. much more ahead
>> pelley: tonight, the economy creates more jobs but not nearly enough. and the average length of unemployment hits an all-time high, taking a growing toll. >> you realize that you've gone from just an average guy to now you've become a burden. >> pelley: a jury hear's dr. conrad murray's claim that michael jackson begged him for the drug that killed him. three leaders in the fight for women's right share the nobel peace prize. and ten years ago tonight, he led the u.s. into afghanistan after getting one clear order. >> i want you to cut bin laden's head off, put it on dry ice, and send it back to me so i can show the president. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, in this economy it has become a ritual. the first friday of every month waitin