Topics and Guests: November 1

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The day before he was arrested for murder, a neighbor warned accused killer Scott Dyleski that he was in big trouble. What did the neighbor know? And what did he tell police? We'll get a live report from Henry Lee, reporter with The San Francisco Chronicle.

Plus, we'll break down the case with Greta's panel of legal eagles:

• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney

Natalee Holloway's mother is back in Aruba, determined to get some answers about Natalee's disappearance. Do investigators have any new leads? We'll take you inside a meeting with the prosecutor.

Then, the volunteers who were in Aruba searching for Natalee are all back in the United States. Why did they leave the island? We'll ask Tim Miller, director of Texas Equusearch.

And, Greta takes to the skies with the world famous Blue Angels (search) on a special edition of "On the Record." Don’t miss it!

These stories and much more! Don't miss your chance to go "On the Record" tonight!

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