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people and hospitalizes a fourth. wjz is live at the accident scene, near york road and northern parkway. derek valcourt explains, many people are asking if a police chase may have led to that crash. derek? >> reporter: and police do admit, their officers were following one car that slammed into another car that just happened to be pass through this busy intersection. [ sirens ] >> reporter: wjz obtained this video, which shows fire erupting from both of the cars involved in the crash. rescue crews rushed to try to save one woman trapped inside the white jeep and two men trapped inside a burning honda accord. >> i was up in my room. and i heard this big boom. and then tires screech. >> reporter: angela reef and her husband raced outdoors and started taking these dramatic pictures seconds after the crash. >> a cop car was sitting out here. came outside, and helicopters were circling. >> reporter: they explained plain clothed officers in an unmarked car were following on east 25th street, where the
officers witnessed some sort of criminal activity. >> they attempted to stop the vehicle. the vehicle did not yield to the officers. >> as the honda accord fled from police, it broadsided the jeep at northern parkway. >> reporter: the collision had back in this intersection. the force of the impact was so severe, it sent both vehicles, flying down this slope, where they came to rest. >> reporter: wjz spoke with paul black, who watched and recorded rescue crews, pulling the woman out. jeep's passenger seat. she died are as -- died issue as did two men in the honda accord. >> they fell like right here. >> he was dazed. he didn't know what was going on. >> reporter: police now trying to determine if their undercover officers were chase a suspect in violation of the department's restrictive pursuit policy. >> we have a lot of questions right now. and unfortunately, we have more questions than answers. >> we're told the driver of that jeep is in critical condition.
police have not released the names of the three victims who died in the crash. the investigation continues. live in north baltimore, derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >> derek, thank you. that major intersection was shut down for hours, following the crash. causing backups and delays. trying to update the breaking news we have been following. rescue efforts continue right now, after a trench collapsed. meghan mccorkell joins us with the developing situation by phone. >> denise, more and more rescue workers continue to arrive here on the scene, where i man has been caught in a trench since about 3:10 this afternoon. this happened on eagle's head drive on new market. near lake linganore. for people familiar with the intersection. again, it happened around 3:10 this arch. -- this afternoon. a construction worker got trapped in a trench filled with water and mud. we're told that his legs and
feet are trapped in that mud. his upper body appears to be out of the mud. at this point, rescue workers are still trying to secure the ground around him. we know that frederick county, howard county, and montgomery county, rescue crews have all been called in here to the scene. at this point, we do not know the condition of the man that was trapped. officials are telling us that this is going to be a prolonged rescue effort. i just got through to one firefighter. he told me this is going to be a very long night. we'll continue following this developing story. i'm meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> all right. thank you very much. and of course, we'll bring you all information as this rescue unfolds throughout the evening. >> we're learning more about how the washington navy yard shooter was able to get a secret level security clearance, despite several brushes with the law. mary is in the newsroom with more on this. >> reporter: defense officials have acknowledged that a number of red flags were missed in
aaron aex -- alexis's background check. they lied about a previous arrest. and failed to disclose thousands of dollars in debt. both of which would have prevented him from getting that type of clearance. in the wake of the findings, the navy said it is making serious changes to the way background checks are done. denise? >> thank you, mary. now, a woman hospitalized with gunshot wounds as a result of the shooting was released from the hospital today. the deadly siege at a shopping mall in kenya appears to be over. but as teresa garcia reports for wjz, the fate of many hostages still is unclear. >> reporter: kenya's president says his forces have defeated the terrorists who attack nairobi's largest shopping mall, killing more than 60 people. >> our detective -- attackers wish to destroy the essential characteristics of our society. they failed. kenya endures. kenya endures am. >> reporter: he said 11 are in custody and five are dead. this grainy security camera
photo shows two of the gunmen who launched the attack. 10ian authorities say at least six kenyan soldiers died on the fourth day of the siege. alshabab are calling it revenge for kenyan attacks on neighboring groups in somalia. one of the people killed was 33- year-old elise harvoos, a harvard graduate, who was getting ready to deliver her first child. she was looking for ways to fight malaria in eastern africa. >> i think that is what make its so particularly sad is she is trying to do good in the world. >> reporter: the dead come from at least a dozen countries. kenyan authorities warn there will be more bodies. teresa garcia, wjz eyewitness news. >> reporter: two women withifies -- ties to maryland were caught up as well. 33-year-old johns hopkins
graduate, elise yavoos and hear husband were killed in the assault. we'll have more on their story coming up at 6:30. a man charged with attempted first-degree murder. police are trying to track down 25-year-old joey high. they say he is wanted in connection with a shooting on liberty high in woodlawn. he is also facing charges of assault and using a firearm during a felony crime. if you have any information about his location, you're asked to contact baltimore county police. it is official, maryland attorney general doug gansler announces his candidacy for governor. gansler will be greeting baltimore voters pretty soon. pat? >> that's right. they're going to get started any second now. this is his third stop today, since make his announcement at 12:30 this afternoon. in rockville. >> the game was folksy and family friendly. >> my father and the next governor for the state of
maryland, doug ganz gansler. >> he wants people to know he's not intimidated by the competition. >> i was told there is no way you can run, no way you can win, in both of my campaigns. >> reporter: he was state attorney and also second term of state attorney general. >> we will make sure we have jobs coming bag to maryland. >> reporter: has chief opponent is chief governor anthony brown. >> the jobs climate is obviously very real. as we watch companies flee the state. >> reporter: the race is officially on. >> you always know where i stand. and that is with you. to make maryland proud. thank you all for being here today. thank you. [ applause ] >> reporter: now, doug gansler has scheduled 17 more stops in the next six days. reporting live from reservoir hill, i'm pat warren. now, back to you, vic. the primary is in june next
year. well, will we have a warm fall? or early winter? baltimore bill, charm city's weather-predicting crab, answered that question today, in front of an eager crowd at the inner harbor. bill walked one particular direction and jumped into the water, indicating a warm fall ahead. last year, he accurately predicted an early winter. we hope this time he's right again. >> okay. how do we get him back is my question. [ laughter ] shaping up to be a cool, crisp evening in our area. taking a live look outside. there he is. not a cloud in the sky. take a look at these beautiful pictures as we float across the water there. wjz is live, with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram and bob turk are updating the forecast for us. and we'll continue looking at these beautiful pictures from sky eye chopper 13. here's bob. >> we're trying to find bill. he's in the water there somewhere. somewhere in there. let's take a look at temps and conditions around the
region. we're at 73 degrees. d.c. at 73. 64 in oakland. 68, ocean city. and pax river at 67. this morning, it was chilly, for bill and everybody else. 43 at the airport. now, oddly enough, or not oddly enough, typically enough, 55 degrees downtown. and just 8 miles down the road at the airport was 43 degrees. the official low this morning, at oakland was 32 degrees. freezing this morning out in garrett county. and 45 in ocean city. so how does wednesday shape up around the region? chelsea is out back with a look ahead. >> we've got another very stellar day on tap for us. could see a little cloud cover as we head into tomorrow afternoon. particularly for southern maryland. but still plenty of sunshine in store. a dry forecast. very pleasant forecast. and that's going to actually take us into the next couple of days. bob will have those details coming up in your exclusive
first warning forecast. now, let's go back inside. thank you, chelsy and bob. a devastating loss for the orioles. and it doesn't have to do with their standings. one of their top players, manny machado is done for the year. wjz is live at camd end yards. sports director mark viviano has measure on what the team is saying. >> reporter: in about five empties, general manager doug duquette will address the idea date. -- the update. i had a chance to talk about one of the their best players going down. >> reporter: machado is going to beat everyone. back over to get it. machado fell down. did they turn him? they're going to tag him, but he's hurt. >> reporter: the lott loss of machado adds to the pain of the 2013 season. he is one of the most promising young players in the majors.
adding to the emotion of seeing him injured. >> you know it's part of port sports. but you hate it. injuries are kind of a given in sports in general at some point. but to see a kid that young go through what he went through yesterday, at the end of such a phenomenal season. you know, i just -- my heart broke for him. >> under the circumstances, you know, losing a guy like that. one of the most promising young players in the game. you know, one of the best teammates to have. it's never fun to see. >> he'll be back, 100%. no doubt in my mind. >> helps to rehab when you're 21, versus when you're 41. so i think he's got, obviously a lot of great things going for him. and he's going to -- i think we all believe he'll be better than he has ever been. and so, we fully expect that. but at the time, it's definitely demoralizing for all of us just to have to watch that. >> reporter: holding out hope
and many trying to be optimistic. again, general manager dan duquiet will address the media hire at camden yards. we'll have the latest coming up for you in sports. on the extent of that injury. >> thank you, mark. the orioles have just six games left in the regular season. they are all at camden yards. three with toronto. three with the red sox. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. i'm mary bubala. with why what's in this little red box could save the life of a student athlete. that story just ahead. a settlement in the harassment suit against former anne arundel executive, john leopold. i'm monique griego. coming up, what the county is paying out. trench rescue. wjz will continue to update you on the breaking news from friend rick county. and a beautiful, early fall evening outside. will the weather remain as nice throughout the rest of the week? your complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
it is 73 degrees. beautiful, clear skies in central maryland right now. the complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. there are new development negligence the harassment suit against former anne arundel county executive john leopold. wjz has learned, the county has agreed to settle with leopold's former assistant. wjz is live. monique griego has more on how much is being paid out. monique? >> reporter: well, denise, back
in january, leopold was convicted in a criminal case against him. the civil case was still pending. but now the county has agreed to pay more than $100,000 to his accuser. >> reporter: 8 months after being found guilty of criminal charges, a harassment suit against form anne arundel county executive john leopold is coming to an end. >> it has been very difficult. it has been very emotional. it's been a very long, hard battle. >> reporter: karla hamner, leopold's former assistant today reached a settlement, in which the county will pay her $110,000, plus her legal fees. in her suit, she accuses leopold of making unwanted sexual advances, saying when she complained, she was fired and prevented from getting another job with the county. >> really, there's no amount of money that you can attach on what i've been through to make everything okay. >> reporter: in january, a judge found leopold qualitiy of misconduct. he resigned from office and
spent 30 days in jail. in both the civil and criminal cases, former employees called leopold's office a toxic environment. >> it was terrifying. and after a while, it was so demeaning that it was almost intolerable. the way he treated women in the office. >> reporter: wjz tried to contact leopold but were only able to reach his attorney, who said they were appealing his conviction. laura newman said, we are pleased that this case has been resolved and we can put it behind us. >> reporter: and despite what hamner said she had to go through, she does not regret coming forward. >> it's been worth it to see the truth come out about someone who was so corrupt and so took advantage of people. >> now, the county is responsible for paying out the entire settlement. because leopold was a county employee at the time. monique griego, wjz eyewitness
news. >> leopold has filed an appeal against his criminal conviction and has said he would like to run for office again. his attorney told wjz the appeals hearing is set for january. also in anne arundel county, police are looking for the suspects who opened fire on a house. it happened last night in the 600 block of cad bury drive in odenton. police say the suspects fired shots through the front window. a man, his wife, and three young children were inside at the time. although they were not hit by bullets, glass did cut one of the children. witnesses saw a red, ford crown victoria flee the scene. anyone with information is asked to call police. 10 middle schools in baltimore county received a life-saving donation. >> it comes in a small, red box. but for a student athlete, it is a big help, if something goes wrong with their heart. >> reporter: each year, 3,000 young people, mainly student
athletes die from sudden cardiac arrest. the deaths most often happen during rigorous physical activity. and there are usually no symptoms. and it is likely genetic. >> just because you're young, healthy, a two-sport athlete, does not mean you don't have a heart condition. you could have a heart condition. >> reporter: doctors and leaders spoke with students today at dunbar, as they announced the donation of automated external defibrillators, to 10 baltimore city middle schools. the israel and molly myers foundation gave $10,000 to fund the a.e.d. donation. >> we hope the defibrillators will never need to be used. at the same time, we are secure in knowing they will be available on site if needed. >> reporter: hopkins calls its initiative, heart heights. and so far, more than 1,000 young people have been looked at by hopkins. several needed immediate medical attention. others needed to be monitored. now, the defibrillators, which shock the heart back to normal
rhythm will be there. because it's impossible to screen everyone. and it will be available to those on the sidelines, too. >> it's really there not so much for you. it's for your parents that get hyper watching the game. [ laughter ] and last year, an a.e.d. was used on a high school ref. most city high schools have them. and all coaches have to be certified in their life-saving use. denise? >> it's wonderful. thank you, mary. each year, 300,000 cases of sudden cardiac arrest occur in the u.s. time now to check in with bob. what a beautiful weekend. >> it's been quite a really nice month, actually. let's take a look at a little driving. has been nice. 73 now. dew points way down. humidity very low, 34%. northwest winds, 6. the barometer. falling a little bit. we'll take a look at ,,,,,,,,,,,
i was outside a few minutes ago, just before the newscast. what a perfect temperature it is out there. >> if you look up online. what's the ideal temperature most people agree, 72, 73 degrees. it's just about the ideal temperature. that's where we were today. official high, get up to 74. for about one minute. at one minute before 4:00. take a look now. we're at 73. it's been that way for the last couple of hours. 68, ocean city. and 63 in oakland.
this morning, oakland was down to 32, by the way. and we were down to 43 this morning. tonight, a few degrees, just a few degrees milder. the dew point at 43. so we'll probably come up a little bit tonight. just slightly warmer than we were yesterday. right now, at 72, bel air. only 67 annapolis, kent island, and rock hall. right there on the water as well. at 68 degrees. we have a light, northwest winds. tomorrow, the wins a little more north/northeast. just dry, beautiful weather conditions. all up and down the east coast. the only exception right now is central and southern florida. a lot of shower and thunderstorm activity. some spots have picked up 3 to 4 inches of rain. there's been flooding around the tampa area. and south of tampa, along the western sections of florida. southwest florida. still having heavy, heavy rain down there. some areas could still see more of these thunderstorms. this is not particularly typical. there's a front moving through the area there. that's kind of stalled out. dryer air to the north. warm, humid, trap cal to the
south. that's creating all of that rain down there. naples picked up heavy rain. will be more north of the region. west of us, a little line of clouds. most is going to dissipate. but we expect to see a few clouds in the region by later in the day tomorrow afternoon. a little weak system passing to our south. generally sunny and dry weather here for the rest of the week. not much in the way of changes. so pleasant, yes. dry, for the most part, yes. maybe a sprinkle south of us. and that's about it. northeast winds on the bay. 5 to 10 knots. bay temp, around 73. overnight tonight. clear, beautiful. maybe a little patchy fog in a few spots. 46. and it will be 54 in the city. 76 tomorrow afternoon. lots of sunshine. any fog that we have will be scattered. it will burn off quickly and give us another beautiful afternoon on your wednesday. >> okay. looking forward to it. thanks, bob. week 3 is in the nfl season. let's look at the pro football challenge with jessica
kartalija. >> one person stands alone at the top of our bobblehead leader board. don scott has 31 points. right on its heels, mary viviano, and bob turk. and meteorologist chelsea ingram and me in third. remember, you can sign up at cbsbaltimore.com. click on the links on the home page. you must be over 18 to play. our contest runs through the regular football season. it's just one entry per person. and you're competing with people nationally for prizes. go to cbsbaltimore.com and sign up. now, back to you. >> okay, thank you, jessica. the ravens take the game on the road. matchup between the buffalo bills in new york. see it sunday at 1:00 p.m. and make sure to stay tuned for our special post game coverage. join mark, marty, mary, and former raven wally williams. they'll will bring you the highlights, reaction and analysis, including mary, a full football sunday, here on wjz. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. smart phones and tablets
welcome. in some howard county classrooms. i'm christie ileto. i'll explain why students are getting plugged in. that story is next. a johns hopkins university graduate is among the dead in kenya. i'm rochelle ritchie. we speak to a former student who knew her. that story is next. pledging diplomacy. president obama addresses the world's pressing problems at the u.n. general assembly. what he had to say about the ongoing mideast peace process. ,
it is 6:30. 73 degrees in central maryland. thanks for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. we want to update the breaking news that wjz has been following all evening. we're learning more about a major development, following a trench collapse. megan america kochle is -- meghan mccorkell is live at the scene and joins us now. >> reporter: just moments ago, rescue workers were able to rescue that man who had been trapped in the trench for more than three hours tonight. we have learned that that man is a 49-year-old man from pennsylvania. he was working on a mumisin
this case -- municipalurt water main. -- municipal water main. he got trapped in that water as it was filling up and filling up. at one point, rescue officials tell me that water reached his chin. that's how high the water was on him in this trench. this all happened in the eagle head road market. first call went out about 3:10 p.m. this afternoon. rescue workers had to come in here. they needed the water company to come in and shut off the water lines to this area so the water would stop filling up the trench. then they spent the rest of the time, just trying to shore up the ground around that man, to try to pull him out. and again, minutes ago, that 49- year-old man was pulled out of the trench. we're told that he was speaking with rescuers at the time. we know frederick county, howard county and montgomery county, all sent out rescue teams to try to help in the effort. i just spoke to the frederick
county fire chief a moment ago. he tells me she is very relieved and very proud of rescue workers on scene who had to work quickly to free that man. again, he was loaded into an ambulance, moments ago. that ambulance has just left the scene in the past minute or two. we'll be following this developing story. for now, i'm meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> okay, megan. thank you. and of course, we'll have a full report tonight on eyewitness news at 11:00. the siege at a kenyan mall appears to be over. but the fate of a number of hostages remains unclear. hundreds have already been injured and dozens have died, including a johns hopkins graduate, living in kenya. rochelle ritchie reports, she and her boyfriend were shot dead. >> we now know that the woman was 8 months pregnant at the time of her murder. she graduated from johns hopkins university in 2004. and today, friends are speaking out on her death. >> reporter: gunshots echoed throughout the westgate mall in nairobi kenya, sending hundreds
running for their lives. in the mall, 33-year-old elias and her boyfriend. she was 8 months pregnant. she graduated from johns help kins university in 2004. and deditated -- dedicated her life to improving the lives of others. today, president clinton acknowledged her work for the clinton foundation. >> i hope they can be a metaphor for what we're all about and i ask you to remember them and their families. >> after finishing their european studies, she later earned a doctorate. >> i think it was very shocking. i think that was the word in a lot of e-mails that were exchanged. >> reporter: her husband was also devoted to making people's
lives better. he developed a hospital in east afric apro bono. >> >> yavoos was expected to deliver in just two weeks. security forces were going through the mall and had not definitively cleared all the rooms inside. a terrifying death. autopsy results showed that the motor of a kidnapped teen suffered before being left in a burning home mary has more on how the teenager died. >> the autopsy report containing the grisly details. there will be duct tape around her neck and over her mouth. her right arm. and both of her letion were broken. >> her killer, james dimaggio dimaggio kidnapped her son hannah. back to you, denise. thank you, mary.
the fbi eventually rescued hannah and shot dimaggio to death. president obama addresses the united nations general assembly. as jarica duncan reports from new york, it comes as a sign there are thawing of relations. traum had lunch with the world leaders today. there was speculation he might cross paths or even shake hands with iran's new moderate president. but that didn't happen. the iranian delegation skipped the lunch. earlier, president obama told the u.n. general assembly, his administration will pursue talks with iran, aimed at keeping its nuclear ambitions in check. leaders of the two nations have not met face to face in 30 years. >> the rod blocks -- road blocks may be too great. but i firmly believe a diplomatic path must be attempted. >> u.s. officials say a says
faceto face official with president obama would have been too compicated for rouhani back home. u.s. relgtzs oversadod -- relations overshadowed the crisis. but forcing syrian president bashar assad to make good on his promise to get rid of his nuclear weapons. >> if we don't make good on this, it will show the united nations is not capable. enforcing the most basic laws. >> he will send an additional $140 billion in aid. >> from the united nations, jarica duncan, wjz eyewitness news. >> secretary of state john kerry will meet with iran's foreign minister on thursday. calls for actions are growing in annapolis, into how sexual assault cases are handled at the u.s. naval academy. this follows three former u.s. navy football players accuse.
-- accused of sexually assaulting a player. senator barbara mikulski wants to create a commission on how well they are addressing the sexual assault. the academy, meanwhile, is putting greater emphasis on training. smart phones and tablets are no longer taboo. it is part of a new pilot program in howard county. christie ileto explains how students are plugging in. >> reporter: vic, it's called bring your own device. or byod. and it allows students to choose their own technology while learning in the classroom. >> reporter: it might sound like a traditional spanish class, but the way hannah gonzalez's students are learning the language is anything but. student smart phones, laptops and tablets are now allowed to be used in some classrooms. >> in spanish class, it's helped me with words that i may not know how to pronounce. or finding words that we
haven't learned yet. >> reporter: mount hebron high is one of the three schools piloted for the bring your own device program. >> they can do it with what works for their style. with the technology they have. >> reporter: what happen fist a student doesn't have a smart phone or tablet? well, staff say that no student is left out. >> i really kind of harness partners. so you and your partner can get out a cell phone and use it for this purpose. i can always get three or four lap tops from the mobile lab that they can use as well. >> principal scott rule says students have to sign an acceptable use policy. and if the devices are used inappropriately or disrupts class, it could mean a retchication of use privileges or disciplinary action. >> is a trust. and we trust them to use it properly. and we give them guidelines. >> reporter: and that honor system of sorts allows students to stay plugged in. >> reporter: and the cell phone policy has also been changed, allowing students to text and talk on their cell phones at
lunch and in between classesful but during classes, phones have to be put away, unless used for instructional purposes. vic? >> okay, christie. thank you so much. the school district says they will review policy after the school year. just look under local news. time now for a quick look at some of the stories you'll find in tomorrow morning's edition of the baltimore sun. doctors weigh in on manny machado's injury and what it might mean for him and the orioles season. the terps are returning to cold field house. and for lefty drizel and gary williams to take part. and televisions are find their way into more and more restaurants. even upscale restaurants. for these stories and more, read the baltimore sun. and remember to look for the updated forecast, from wjz's first warning weather team. and still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. severe weather in the
philippines. heavy monsoon rains spawn landslides, leaving nearly two dozen people dead. how much longer the deadly conditions could last. baby veronica back home. what led to her being returned to her adoptive parents? bob turk. more of this perfect weather headed our way. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz is always on. here are the top stories on cbsbaltimore.com at this hour. , beep-bop-boop-bop boop-beep. [monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds."
at least 20 people, most of them children, are dead, after heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and floods in the northern philippines. many areas remain under as much as 4 feet of water tonight. the national disaster management council says more than 11,000 people have been displaced. the severe rainfall warning has been lifted. but light to moderate rains are expected to persist until tomorrow. a 4-year-old girl at the center of a bitter custody dispute is back with her adoptive parents tonight. baby veronica's biological father was forced to turn her over to her adoptive parents
last night. last night, a judge dissolved their temporary custody battle order. >> it's a bad day for cherokee nation. a bad day for children everywhere. but more importantly, this is a bad day for the brown family and for veronica. >> veronica's birth murder was put up -- mother was put up for adoption. veronica lived with them from birth until she was 2 years old. well, miss piggy is reuniting with the love of her life, kermit, aka, kermy the frog. the pair was headed to the smithsonian institution. the daughter is donating more than 20 muppets and puppets today for the national museum of natural history. bert and ernie are among the other donations.
but miss piggy will be front and center. something tell moose -- tell me spotlights on her golden locks. scott pelley has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. today, the world watched to see whether president obama will would -- would meet with iran's new leader. is there a thaw between these two countries? we'll have more tonight. we'll have more tonight. >> here's a lo,,,,,,,,,,,, [ female announcer ] having grands biscuits
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beautiful weather outside now. meteorologist chelsea ingram and bob turk are updating the five-day forecast. and what we can expect tomorrow. first, let's check in with chelsea. >> tomorrow is going to be yet again another nice, cool day. cool start. temperatures in the low to mid- 50s. patchy fog will diminish by 9:00 or 10:00 a.m. in the afternoon, mid or upper 70s. warming up. plenty of sunshine. mostly clear by evening. let's go inside to bob for the next five days. great week weatherwise. in the mid- to upper 70s, generally. close to average. plenty of sunshine. could be a few clouds late tomorrow and thursday. denise, vic? >> thank you, bob. still to come on eyewitness
>> mark is live now at the stadium now for the wjz the fan sports report. mark? >> well, there's a sigh of relief here at camden yards, concerning that injury to manny machado. he had the torn ligament in has life kneecap. but the good news is, the injury will not require surgery. and the orioles' all-star third baseman should be ready to play again by spring training in march. it is diagnosed as a tear of the medial patellar ligament. and that's good news. because that can be mended with rest and rehabilitation. it would have been much worse, it had been a tear to the anterior cruciate ligament on the outside of the knee. that's something that would have required surgery. machado, as it turned out, suffered an injury to his knee cap when he was 18. so the outlook now is positive. >> i was relieved. it's a good report. you know, the -- you know, and for manny, he's a young guy. he's got a lot of experience ahead of him. >> i'm really relieved.
i mean, any time -- because of course, you don't know when you're on the field. all you're trying to do is stabilize the injury and get it out and get it in the hands of the physicians. so i'm very relieved. i mean, based on what we clinically saw last night. good news, regarding machado, but not such good news regarding the end of the season. looks like the o's are just about out of it. no, jake arrieta is no longer with the orioles. chris tillman is tonight's starting pitcher. chris tillman pitched against the toronto blue jays. they will take swing at todd redmond. first pitch, coming up in about 10 minutes. you can see the game on masn. let's turn to football now. former ravens' linebacker ray lewis has ruffled feathers with his team. doing commentary, talking about the incident. involving present raven jacoby jones. the incident in washington,
d.c. early yesterday morning at a birthday party. louis said that incident is indicative of a lack of team leadership now that he and ed reed are no longer with the team. but louis was on the ravens' sidelines this past sunday, cheering on the ravens. and this happened before he was inducted into the ravens ring of honor now. rivas now with the houston texans. that's the team they beat. it appears they haven't missed a beat without reed or louis. others have stepped up. and the ravens have not allowed a touchdown in two straight games. >> when that happens, when there's a change, there has to be a guy stepping up. guys are looking around at who is that going to be? when you have guys like terrell suggs stepping up, tory. across the board. guys are playing at such a high level. and it's awesome. >> reporter: next up for the ravens is buffalo. they'll take on the bills. and it's a game you can see right here on wjz. kickoff comes your way sunday,
don't miss tonight eyeae primetime lineup at 10:00. the season premiere of person of interest on its new night monday -- excuse me, tuesday, here on wjz, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. in china, a number of adorable panda cubs are seen for the first time. the 14 cubs are being raised in a delivery room in with glass windows, allowing the public to view them. they were all artificially bred and born sometime between july and this month. the largest cub weighs in at 8 pounds. tiniest is just 1.3 pounds. [ laughter ] >> having some nice panda drinks. that's it for us tonight at 11:00. i'm de -- see you at 11:00. >> don't go >> pelley: tonight, iran's president says they won't build
a bomb. rouhani says he's ready for immediate negotiations over his nuclear program. is it the moment the world has waited for? kenya says the terrorists at the shopping mall have been defeated, but not before part of the building collapsed. they're looking for the missing and counting the dead. >> the bodies were stacking up like a pyramid. and we had to do something. >> pelley: charlie d'agata is on the breaking story. who's flying this f-16? no one. david martin on the technology the air force just revealed. and look at what a contractor found in a barn, the lost movie of america's sweetheart. anthony mason on the recovery of a turning point in hollywood history. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
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