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now, good morning maryland. a crucial clue on a high profile murder case, surveillance video may help police catch who is responsible for the murder of a medical researcher. ten years ago a fire changed the city forever. a family stood up to drug dealers and their house was set on fire killing all 7. a decade later, what has changed. ray lieu sis out for the season, what does this mean for
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the ravens? we will look at that, thank you for joining us on this tuesday morning, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm charley crowson. let's get to a check of the forecast with lynette charles. things changed a lot over the course of 24 hours. we had the rain in here and the cold front moved through. that's what you are talking about. we are brisk. temperature owings mills 47 degrees. we will have the winds picking up throughout the days out of the northwest, the north westerly wind is a chilly wind. 48 degrees now in monroe. dew points drying out, dew point 43. meyersville, last stop, temperature 49 with the dew point at 42, the winds northwest at 5-10 miles an hour. that's going to be the scenario for today. looking at maryland's most powerful radar, we have all the sweeps on scanning the skies to see if we will find rain. high pressure is going to do its thing, build in, we are going to have a nice day to look out. break out the sun shades, but we will be breezy throughout the day.
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by lunchtime, the temperature of 63 degrees, by 3:00, that's high temperature i'm going with, 65 degrees, under mostly sunny skies. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. >> glad the rain is gone. >> unfortunately we are dealing with accidents, trouble arundel, a crab on route 50, along the westbound lanes at the bay bridge. this is a live look, south of the beltway, everything is moving along, no delays heading up to 695, we have a crash on the west side of the beltway, a live look at baltimore national pike, the outer loop is moving slowly, due to a crash at frederick road. leave yourself extra time, the rest of the beltway, parkville, towards towson, no delays there. you are looking at 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 95, up to 83. if you are using 95 to get downtown, you are looking at a typical 15-minute ride, southbound from the bellway in to the city -- beltway in to
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the city. he was killed walking from his car to his home with few clues left behind. there is new evidence, a piece of evidence that could help police find a respected researcher's killer. linda so is live at city police headquarters. >> reporter: this is a surveillance photo that shows two men running from scene of the crime. investigators hope it will lead to new information so they can make an arrest soon. look at this picture, it was taken from a surveillance camera near the crime scene on september 17th, the night dr. peter was killed. you can semen running away, one is holding something under his left arm. he was shot and killed after coming home from practice, he just parked his car near his home on chesterfield avenue in northeast baltimore when he was murdered.
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>> reporter: you can get a look at the picture on, if you have information on who the men are, call the homicide unit, the number is 410-396- 2100. the coral arts society plans to dedicate the christmas concert to dr. peter marvin. see it on air, christmas eve and day here on abc 2. man accused of a double shooting is due in court today. quinton base has a hearing and police say he shot and killed alex, and wounded a man back on august 10th. steps away from the belvedere hotel. worst tragedy in baltimore history. a family of seven killed in a fie after the house was fire
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bombed. today the community remembers the dawson family. sherrie johnson is live with more on the events and there is a lot scheduled and a lot of ways people are remembering the event from ten years ago. >> reporter: that is right. we are live here in east baltimore on east preston, tonight's, there will be an event to hop nor the dawson family. it's been ten years since the dawson family lost lives here at this spot, today the city will commemorate the 10th anniversary, it was a crime that shook the city and made national news on october 16th, 2000 2, the home of cornell and angela dawson was fire bombed. mr. and mrs. dawson died in the fire. neighbors, community leaders and faith based groups worked together to build a monument on east preston. that monument has become the dawson safe haven center for children and family. we have reggie with the baltimore city housing department joining me live.
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good morning, take us back ten years up out here that night, what was going through your mind? >> what a sat night seeing five bodies, -- sad night, seeing five bodies, six bodies taken out of the property. it was devastating to all of us, we never want to experience that again in the city. it was heart breaking. all because angela dawson and cornell dawson were not going to let a drug dealer sit on their front steps. that's what the cause of this incident was about. >> reporter: what do you want the community to get out of this? >> first and foremost, make sure people understand the city has taken steps to make sure this never happens again in the city. we are conscious when people call us about concerns when drug dealers or people are doing things to disrupt the community, we are anticipating what action we can take when we
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have the matters. those are the kinds of things we want the community to understand. >> reporter: i understand you were instrumental in the monument. what is going through your minds as we honor them tonight. what do you want the community to know moving forward? >> reporter: it's a good feeling to know we turned this house that was a modest $12,000 in value after it was burnt, and scorched at the time, and we put a million two to make sure the place remain in tact for the memory of the dawson family. it creates environment for children, to have a safe haven throughout the city. we would like to do more throughout the city. that's the goal. >> reporter: thank you for joining us this morning. we appreciate it. that event is at 6:00 tonight to honor and remember the dawson family. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. tonight the presidential
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candidates will square off for the second debate, taking mace at the university on long island, the debate will be a town hall format. president obama and mitt romney will answer questions from voters. >> both candidates had to tread lightly. if they are going on the offense too aggressively with each other, that can spill over to the audience and make them look too combative. >> reporter: the president was criticized following the first debate, but his campaign says he made adjustments for the debate. that kicks off at 9:00 tonight. watch it here on abc2 news. today is the final day you have to register to vote in maryland. a u.s. citizen and a maryland resident, and you have to turn 18 before election day, november 6th. the easiest places to do it is at the m va. we will post a list of other places at, and while you are there, read up on the big issues you marylanders will be deciding including
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questions 7, 6 and 4. fl is a lot of celebrating this morning after two hikers were found alive. >> they were missing in montana, we will tell you about the rescue and the adventure the family had. more on the deadly meningitis outbreak, it maybe bigger than health officials thought. a lot of clean up in one community, especially in one vital place. what happened here and what is happening coming up.
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a lot of clean up in northwest arkansas after a tornado touched down there. a doctor's office took a hit, part of the roof was completely blown off, fortunately, no one was seriously hurt. a worker says they are lucky most of the records were electronic so they don't have to worry about losing patient charts. a crew captured amazing pictures of a water spout. severe weather rolled through the area. >> it was wild yesterday. we had severe weather in some spots. nothing went tornadic or really bad around baltimore. we had the thunderstorms that i said we could get across the area. today, gone.
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>> nice. >> grab a jacket, right? >> make sure you have the jacket. temperatures will be coming in below average as we go in to the afternoon time frame as well. as we check out what is happening as we go through time here, we can see the satellite and radar, not picking up on a lot across the nation. another system is working in across the west, and we are seeing more showers, around wisconsin this morning, and also minnesota, we zoom in a little bit closer to home and we are pretty much dry as of now, we have a few clouds trying to move in to the area. that's going to be squashed by the sunshine and high pressure is the reason why we have cooler, breezier conditions, coming in behind the cold front and we are dealing with temperatures now, 51 degrees edgemere, 48 annapolis. this is what charlie is talking about, the chilly temperatures, bel air, good morning, 47, manchester 48 degrees, and this is going to be thscenario throughout the day. temperatures below average, the
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windy conditions, out of the west and northwest, 10 miles an hour sustained winds, easton, five baltimore, ten in the capital right now. tropical tracker, picking up on hurricane, rafael, the winds sustained at 85 miles an hour, moving to the north, northeast at 14 miles an hour. it is staying away from the u.s., it is going to be squirting bermuda as we go through the rest of the day. we can see what is happening this morning, in the 50s, we will jump up to 63 degrees, as we head in to the afternoon, by our high temperature, which is 3:00 this afternoon, coming in at 65 degrees, we should be at 67 for this time of the year. that's below, the seven-day forecast, brings warmer conditions in here as we head in to thursday, with a few showers in the evening, early friday and we dry out nicely heading in to the weekend. the komen race looks pretty good. now a check of time saver traffic. >> great weather for the race.
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definitely stop by hunt valley and join us, a lot of fun. do be aware it's going to shut down a lot of roads in the yeah. we have several accidents now, we are dealing with a crash in arundel counties along the westbound lanes of route 50 at the bay bridge, traveling 695, do expect delays in catonsville. a live look at frederick road, an accident has been moved to the sthowlder of the outer -- shoulder of the outer loop, causing heavy delays, 15 minutes to travel from 795, down towards 95. traffic is picking up on the harrisburg expressway in hunt valley. no delay as you make your way onto the jfx, 12 minutes southbound from the beltway all the way downtown to fayette street. that's a look at time saver traffic. meagan and charlie, over to you. two drugs from a specialty pharmacy linked to a meningitisout break are being investigated. 214 people have become ill, 15
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died. you maybe thinking about getting a flu shot, does the vaccine offer enough protection? it's iffy at best. >> the current influence is lower than for most routinely recommended vaccines and sub obty suboptimal. >> it doesn't protect children or seniors and the nasal spray offered protection 83% of the time for adults and show nod evidence of protecting kids or seniors once again. researchers urge people to get the shot because it is the best defense we have. how many hours of sleep did you get? a study finds not getting enough shut eye can lead to health problems. university of chicago researchers discovered sleep deprivation reduces fat cells to responds to insulin, usual for regulating energy storage.
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over time this could lead to weight gain as well as type two diabetes. we are in trouble. >> we are in trouble. >> we have to find out how many hours is sufficient. >> hear is out for the season. -- he is out for the season. >> the pregame dance, we will miss his strength on the field. now that ray lewis is out, what does this mean going forward?
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looks like we won't see 52 on the field for the rest of the season. >> ray lewis will be cheering on the team from the sidelines, jamie costello is telling us why. >> reporter: on any given sunday, nobody, enters a building better than ray lewis. in the fourth quarter yestday, ray was hit hard, didn't look right. ray knew it. he pulled himself out and never went back in. we knew something was wrong. >> ray has a triceps tear, he will be out for the season. >> for most of the 2006 season to a shoulder injury, this is bad. bad that it happened at age 37. we could always lack to the
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field if ray to give us a sign to say he has got it or look to the score board for the face that says this is our game. >> those guys played a lot of football, we have confidence in those guys. >> reporter: the heart and soul for so long, leave you legacy, to make the efforts effort is what gets you to do what you do. between you and you. this maybe his final dance in the fourth quarter yesterday. don't doubt the man. he will work to come dancing ow out of the tunnel next year. >> web had a torn acl in his left knee and out for the season, too. time for goods in, caption
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what area businesses are doing to support a family devastated by fire. two families are breathing sighs of relief this morning, after two missing hikers are found alive. does it run? $3500, we have to ask. we will show you the cheapest car on the market just ahead on this tuesday, october 16th. good morning, i'm charley crowson. >> i'm paying mage. thank you megan pringle. thank you for joining us. if you haven't headed out the door, we should tell you, it's a little chilly. >> we need to grab coats. it's dry. let's look at the most powerful radar, we have all the sweeps on, scanning skies, not going to find the rape we saw yesterday. strong storms rumbled through
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the area yesterday, but we are high and dry and stay that way in to the afternoon. this morning, you are stepping out the door, make sure you grab the coat. temperatures coming in at 47 degrees in glennwood and aberdeen. pineny ridge elementary and dealing with the breezy conditions this morning, that will continue in to the afternoon. your planner, this is what to expect, temperatures in the 50s, by lunchtime, right around 63 degrees. the high temperature 65 degrees under mostly sunny skies. enjoy your day. we are certainly off to a chilly start. if you are waking up in howard county, there is nothing to get in your way. delay free from columbia pike over to 695. 695, i wish i could say the same case, that was going to


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