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pleasant day. the best day of the week will be today. bright sunshine, low humidity, 83 degrees later on today. tomorrow in the afternoon and evening it will get pretty active with showers and storms likely. some could be strong. today, 69 right now and arlington, 64 in leesburg, 65 in frederick, 57 in berkeley springs with dropping humidity. 83 degrees for the high temperature at 3:00. the bright sunshine. for the second half of tomorrow in the afternoon and evening, be on the lookout for not just thunderstorms but strong to severe storms late in the day. we will have you covered. now to lisa baden for traffic. >> prince george's county has a fatal accident on marlboro pike at donnell drive. will have details coming up.
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395 traffic out of virginia into the district, there's a collision on the d.c. side of the 14th street bridge near the tennis bubble at 12th street. one lane is getting by. not much of an impact on a light volume for an hour across the potomac river. now to news. >> investigators are looking into a deadly crash in prince george's county. >> after 3:00 this morning firefighters got reports of a car into a pole. they found a car on fire on donnell drive in foresthill. they put out the flames and found a person dead inside. police are trying to find out how obama was struck by a train in riverdale, maryland, before midnight near east-west highway. the victim was taken to the hospital. we don't know her condition. >>thousands of mourners are expected to fill the walter e. washington convention center to say farewell to d.c. legend
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chuck brown. >> the "godfather of go-go" died a couple weeks ago after battling pneumonia. john gonzalez is live at the convention center with more. >> d.c. will come together one last time for chuck brown. this will be a funeral like no other. chuck brown's funeral this afternoon will include a well- planned program and a spontaneous program at times. it will go nearly four hours long at the convention center. a prayer service will include a number of speeches from the mayor to comedian mike epps and there will be music gospel music to a little bit of go-go music. his band will perform a medley of his well-known songs, his greatest hits. if tuesday's public viewing was any indication, there will be
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thousands and thousands of people here today. howard theatre believes about 12,000 people came to see brown's open casket earlier this week. the 75-year-old passed away about two weeks ago after complications with pneumonia. he was d.c.'s adopted son. the city will show that with a large crowd today. all 14,000 seats in the convention center will be filled this afternoon. the doors will open at 10:00 a.m. for this public memorial service. john gonzalez, abc 7 news. >> d.c. congresswoman eleanor holmes norton will be there speaking. yesterday she introduced a resolution in the house of representatives designating chuck brown's birthday august 22 as chuck brown day. she set he gave the desperate emanation -- gave the district
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emanation. >> two men died after their plane collided with a second plane in fauquier county a couple days ago. jummy olabanji is live to explain where duncan -- is live at the ntsb to explain duncan's history. he helped astronauts stay safe when they went into space and he was critical in helping 32 trapped chilean miners in october of 2010. the entire world watched as 33 trapped miners were brought to safety in the fall 2010. a nasa team led by dr. michael dunton played a key role in helping those men survive if underground and eventually get
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rescued. the 60-year-old physician that numerous awards for his contributions. >> i did not realize how important he was. he was very low key and unassuming. >> duncan was also a pilot. monday during his biannual flight review, something went wrong. the small plane he was controlling collided with another small plane in rural fauquier county, virginia. >> it's unbelievable, so sad. >> the 57-rolled flight instructor paul gardetto was killed on impact. -- 57-year-old. >> it's terrible. >> the other pilot managed to land safely in a field nearby and was taken to hospital. the investigation into the cause of the crash is still ongoing.
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it is being handled by canadian aviation investigators because duncan worked at the ntsb and the pilots of the other plane worked for the faa. jummy olabanji, abc 7 news. >> maryland lawmakers want to examine a controversial court ruling on pit bulls. it will hold the the dog's owners liable for dog bites. brianne carter is in the newsroom to explain the issue this morning. >> the announcement of the new 10-member maryland task force is in response to the recent court of appeals ruling of the names pit bulls and inherently dangerous breed of dog. it declared the owners can be held liable if their dog attacks. they will look at what impact the decision will have on dogs dog owners, and residents. the humane society of the u.s. launched a campaign earlier this month seeking legislation to overturn this ruling. the group says maryland is the only state that regards pit bulls as categorically
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dangerous. leaders of the house and senate say this new group will meet as soon as an agenda is available. brianne carter, abc 7 news. >> the national park service has approved a deer hunting. in rock creek hunting it's part of a plan to control the growing population over the next 15 years. the park service plan details use of deadly and non deadly force to achieve the goal. starting in january, hundreds will be allowed to kill up to 20 per square mile. visitors to the park will be told of the plan ahead of time. 66 degrees on this thursday. >> still ahead, more details emerging in a gruesome attack in florida. learn what is ahead for the homeless man who had his face shoots off by another man -- chewed off. >> and how tropical storm beryl caused extensive damage in north carolina. >>
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>> good morning, washington. it's thursday, may 31. we are going to start with forestville, maryland. there was a fire and a crash
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that happened at about 3:00 this morning. this is a live picture of the closure at marlboro pike near donnell drive. a vehicle hit a utility pole, caught on fire. this is the pepco crew on the scene. they have to do repairs and string wires. that will be closed until further notice. open for business is traffic on the beltway at the wilson bridge. it's good american legion bridge. 95 in virginia looks good. now to pamela and steve. >> thanks. the remnants of tropical storm beryl are blamed for a tornado near the north carolina coast. twister destroyed three homes and damaged dozens more. some parts of the carolinas receive as much as 3 inches of rain in the last couple days. >> let's take a look at traffic and weather every ten minutes. adam caskey has the forecast. >> we are still 34 minutes away from sunrise. we're getting a little light on
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the horizon over the district. go to the rooftop camera. not many clouds. it will be a beautiful thursday the last day of may. perfect, bright sunshine, fairly low humidity, high temperatures a few degrees above average. right now 71 at reagan national, always warmer inside the city in the morning. 66 at dulles airport, 64 in gaithersburg. mostly sunny today low humidity, with a light north wind. very pleasant conditions. you can call it comfortable. highs in the low to mid '80s with low humidity. tomorrow it will get active with showers and storms by the afternoon and evening. some have a good chance of becoming severe. that's late on friday. now to pamela and steve. >> the undocking of the spacex dragon capital from the international space station is minutes away. the unmanned cargo vehicle is scheduled to leave a space station at 5:35 this morning.
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it has been there nearly a week. it will splash into the pacific around 11:45 this morning eastern time. 5:12 is the time on this thursday. first lady michelle obama going back on the campaign trail. we will tell you where she is expected to appear in virginia. >> we will explain how justin bieber nearly caused a state of emergency in norway. well the kids wanted a puppy but they can be really expensive. so to save money i just found them a possum. dad, i think he's dead. probably just playin' possum. sfx: possum hisses there he is. there's an easier way to save. geico. n fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
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>> news around the nation, miami doctors say the victim of a facial attack will need extensive surgery and multiple skin grafts. ronald poppo is the homeless man brutally attacked. he had had trouble with law and had been homeless nearly 30 years. a 31-year-old rudy eugene this weekend attacked him, ripping the flesh off his face with his
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teeth before an officer shot and killed him. investigators are trying to figure out what led to the attack. the former workers university student who used a web camera to spy on his gay roommate will report to jail today. dharun ravi was convicted in march and received a 30-day sentence. his roommate tyler clementi killed himself after the spying incident. the camera showed him kissing another man. on tuesday dharun ravi apologized for the first time and called his actions thoughtless and immature. >> first lady michelle obama will campaign next week in northern virginia. that's according to the president's campaign official. she is likely to appear in prince william county, considered the biggest swing county in a swing state of virginia. this will be the first public campaign for the first lady without her husband in this election cycle and. there's a big mistake for mitt romney's campaign. it comes down to spelling. >> they just launched an
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application for the romney campaign, but there was a typo that's causing a lot of buzz on twitter. everybody's talking about this. >> it was hoped to be downloaded by a bunch of people so they could share their stories. they are calling for a better amercia. what a difference switching two letters can make. >> this is getting all the attention, the typographical error. >> the worst part is they had to reapply to apple because they wanted to put this on the iphone. they had to do the correct spelling and wait for apple to approve it. by that time it had gone viral. speaking of things going viral justin bieber, anything he does makes it all round the world. that is what happened overseas. >> first there was a scuffle in los angeles and now he was clocked by so many women when he
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went to norway that they're almost had to be a state of emergency. he tweeted that you should listen to police. >> they wanted to do a special show for his video that is putting out. so they wanted to do a small concert in norway. word got out. look at all these people flooding the opera house. the cops almost shut it down. they almost called a state of emergency for justin bieber. >> i don't remember ever seeing a celebrity with this attention not even the beatles. >> there had to be somebody that you were excited about growing up. >> no none. but he is in high demand. >> internet traffic is expected to explode in the next few years. >> there's growing interest in
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some of apple's old gadgets. paula faris has more. >> the facebook effect. several technology companies are holding off on their own initial ipo's after problems with facebook. internet traffic will quadruple by 2016. cisco says there will be an average of 2.5 connections per person. videos will be the major factor. the u.s. is expected to generate the most traffic, followed by china. restaurant reviews are free on line now from zagat. the reviews will also show up on some parts of google. this ipad prototype just sold on ebay for more than $10,000 even though it does not really work that well. this motherboard from the apple i is expected to fetch many thousands of dollars next month.
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i am paula faris. >> now to lisa baden, a couple situations in prince george's county. >> a single vehicle hit a utility pole at 3:00 this morning. marlboro pike and donnell drive. it burst into flames. pepco crews on the scene doing repairs to the pole. marlboro pike and donnell drive remains closed. back at the ranch, we will go to our picture of a collision that happened on the d.c. end of the 14th street bridge. not much of an impact because of the light volume of traffic. across the bridge and headed toward the freeway and the third street tunnel looks good. headlights in this picture of 270 southbound out of germantown into rockville. now to the weather. >> today's a gray day to talk about the weather. but tomorrow late in the day it
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will get pretty active with severe storms possible friday afternoon and evening. >> let's focus on the here and now. >> no problem. bright sunshine today, temperatures a few degrees above average. average high is 80 degrees. sunrise at 5:45. almost there. here's my picture. there's the chesapeake bay. gorgeous this morning before sunrise with light on the horizon. currently 57 degrees along the water. 71 in the district. -- 67 degrees along the water. about 70 degrees within the beltway. cumberland is a little cooler at 65. oakland, 55 degrees. -- 59 in cumberland. we will have bright sunshine
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today with low humidity, a gentle north wind. take your lunch outside if you can. even breakfast outside. it's a pleasant morning. even open the windows this morning to let in the fresh air for while. not much in terms of cloud cover to start the day. east of the mississippi, it looks fairly sunny. there are the remnants of their role moving farther into the atlantic. this area of low pressure will move west tomorrow and that will put us in one sector. that's human and unstable air. there will be a slight uptick in the humidity on friday briefly. with that will be a good chance of showers and storms and a pretty good chance of a few severe thunderstorms later in the day on friday. similar temperatures, 83, then going back into the 70's this weekend. looks good and feels good saturday and sunday. >> thank you. 5:22 on this thursday. cracks coming up next --
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question no. 1 pick in the 2012 nba draft goes to -- >> not the worst team in the nba. which team hit the anthony davis jackpot. we will tell you. >> paralyzed by the state. >> nobody's talking about. next "anderson.
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game one of the stanley cup finals. and we have more sports with tim brant. >> hello. the wizards have a great chance to get the no. 1 pick in the nba draft last night. it got down to the final three teams. charlotte, washington, and orleans. they opened the envelope for the third pick, it was the wizards. number two was charlotte. that meant the new orleans -- hornets will most likely get affidavits out of kentucky. the u.s. soccer team against brazil. brazil was so fast. down the front of the net. getting it past him howard. that made it 3-1 brazil. they went on to beat the u.s. at fedex field last night, 4-1. there's a look at sports.
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>> that was a fun game last night. a lot of patriotism. >> quite a crowd. >> its thursday morning. the news continues at 5:30. >> still ahead in the next half- hour, another local service member has been killed in the afghan war. how his father is remembering him. >> the district says goodbye to the "godfather of go-go." a live report straight ahead. >> it will be a beautiful last day of may. trevor, things will change over
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>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> preparing to say goodbye to a
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musical legend in d.c. thousands are expected to attend today's memorial service for the "godfather of go-go" --chuck brown. if the last day of may, 2012, i am steve chenevey. >> i am pamela brown. let's start with traffic and weather every ten minutes. lisa baden. >> they are removing construction barrels from the inner loop in tysons near route 7, a top five the beltway in montgomery county looks pretty good. if a quiet ride on 95 between richmond and baltimore. we go to a picture of a wonderful drive to the pentagon on 395. now adam caskey. >> it's a beautiful sunrise we are experiencing. officially uprising 14 minutes from now. we have some good light on the horizon. spectacular colors in fairfax 57 degrees at st. leo the great. 66 in germantown. round hill, virginia, 63 along
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with winchester. in strasbourg, virginia, 58 degrees. 62 in leonardtown. high temperature of 82, a perfect thursday, low humidity, a lot of sunshine,. our sandstorms likely tomorrow afternoon. some could be strong to severe late on friday. >> later today, thousands of mourners are expected to fill the walter washington convention center if to say farewell to chuck brown. >> the man known as the "godfather of go-go died a couple weeks ago after battling pneumonia. john gonzalez is live a convention center with more. >> this legendary musician gave back so much to his community. now that same community will pay its final respects this afternoon here at the convention center. much like many of his performances, his funeral will be a well-planned yet at times spontaneous four-our program.
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a prayer service that will include a number of speeches from the mayor to comedian and actor mike epps. there will be will beto a little bit of go-go music. his band will perform a medley of his well-known songs, his greatest hits. if tuesday's public viewing was any indication, there will be thousands and thousands of people here today in northwest d.c. about 12,000 people are believed to have come to see him earlier this week. the 75-year-old passed away two weeks ago after complications from pneumonia. he was d.c.'s adopted son. the city will show that with a very large crowd. more than 14,000 seats are inside the convention center. all of them will be filled for this public memorial service today. doors will open at 10:00 a.m. john gonzalez reporting.
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>> we have learned one of the victims of monday's deadly plane crash once played a crucial role in a dramatic rescue. dr. michael dunton was one of the people who helped to treat 33 chilean miners trapped underground nearly two weeks ago. he was an ntsb employee who lived in bethesda. he and paul gardella were killed on monday when their plane collided with another plant in fauquier county. faa accident investigator thomas proven managed to land his plant and survive. >> and other local service member has been killed in the afghan war. 22-year-old sergeant julian chase died on monday while conducting combat operations in helmand province. the graduated from woodrow wilson high school in the district, but eventually moved to edge water, maryland. his father said that his son was a born leader and was on his second tour of duty in afghanistan. >> he inspired a lot of people
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and made a lot of friends both inside and outside the marine corps. he always was responsible for other people. i have always been proud of him. >> julian chase was an only child. is father says that his latest tour of duty was supposed to end in september. he wanted to go to george washington university and had already been accepted to three other schools. new portraits will be unveiled today at the white house of former president george w. bush and former first lady barbara bush. the two will be there today for the unveiling and then will have lunch with president and mrs. obama. the portraits will remain on display at the white house. >> today marks the semifinals in the championship rounds of the national spelling bee. unfortunately, they will not include woodbrige president lori anne madison. >> the 6-year-old contest and made it past the first round yesterday and did pretty well, but then got stumped in the second round and was knocked out. >> ingluvies i-n-g-u-v-i-e-s.
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>> that is incorrect. >> look at her face. she says, wait a second. she is the young is contestant ever to qualify for the national spelling bee. by the way the word that she cannot spell means the craw of a bird or insect. >> everybody knows that word right? anytime you have to look up the word, you know it's hard to get it. pushing 70 degrees this morning. >> we are hearing from the wife of a local man charged with trying to purchase a fully automatic ak-47. what she says about his alleged threats to president obama. >> and the latest in seattle where a man killed five people before turning the gun on himself. >> first, another check on
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traffic and weather every 10
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>> did you know someone living with diabetes or do you just owned a bicycle? join us on june 3 in reston. see you there. >> good morning, washington.
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cook's 5:39, another beautiful morning. the rooftop camera never fails --usually. a beautiful morning captured over washington, a few clouds in the distance. there is the kennedy center. and the roosevelt bridge on the right side of the screen. bright sunshine today comfortable. in the 60's right now for the most part. on our way to about 82 degrees. futurecast shows storms moving through tomorrow afternoon and evening. i think there's a pretty good chance some of those storms will be strong to severe. will have you covered on air and online. mostly sunny today, less humid 83. similar temperatures tomorrow. a brief uptick in the humidity gives us a better chance of lateday storms. weekend will be comfortable. >> we have had our share of issues. eastbound 66 had a collision between nutley street and the
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beltway within the last 15 minutes. eastbound 66, delays from nutley street, the crash before the beltway, two lanes getting by to the right. there was a broken-down vehicles on eastbound 66 in manassas, not a big deal. you have time to make your sandwich this morning, because the stalled vehicle was moved out of the way. inner loop at 7 in tysons clearing. here's a beautiful ride on 270 at democracy boulevard, traffic headed from right to left is southbound on the way to the american legion bridge. back to news. >> a manassas man who may have been planning to target the president is now behind bars on gun charges. 48-year-old doug story arrested after he tried to illegally modified his ak-47. undercover fbi agents said that he planned to take aim and high- ranking officials. but his wife insists he had never -- never heard anybody.
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-- hurt anybody. >> he is a 15-year-old boy in a 50-year-old body. he puts things on the computer. he's just talking. >> in august he discussed purchasing an illegal fully automated ak-47 on several white supremacist web sites. and he made threats against the president, attorney general eric holder, and other local. law enforcement local it 5:40 to one this thursday morning, 66 degrees outside. >> coming up, a look at the latest advances in detecting autism. more about this week's big conference in the district. >> we're entering the ninth day of deliberations in the john edwards' trial.
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ozment will be here in the studio with us. we will talk about his medical message about an important health issue. we will talk a little redskins as well. also, frustration mounting at a local neighborhood about new medians in a traffic cop spot. we will talk about that debate. and go to the white house for a special interview with rachael ray. that's all about cooking and much more, right here on good morning washington coming up at 6:00. >> 7 is on your side with morning with a look at a huge conference in the district. some of the world's leading expert on autism are in town for the national autism leadership conference. to tell us more is the former president of the autism society of america. you will be speaking at the conference lee. first i want to talk about your personal connection with this issue, your son? . >> my son is 23 years old. our journey with this started
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about 21 years ago when it was first diagnosed. >> it seems like for parents that have kids with autism may be at first there's a large focus on the kids, but then when they become adults it becomes more challenging because the resources dry up. >> that's right. that's one of the reasons autism today is putting on this conference, to address all those important transitions across the life span for people affected by autism. we're looking at early diagnosis and intervention, secondary schooling, transitioning them to adulthood with a particular emphasis on adult services and supports, of which there's really not enough being talked about on that particular issue. it's it's unfortunate, because the cdc says 1 in 88 children have autism, which is more common than previously thought. if you will talk about the future of autism, what it should look like. what is your hope? >> that services and support will improve tremendously across
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the life span. right now there are some programs that are good that we will be emphasizing. we have pulled together some of the world's leading experts. willthere will be people from the white house and from the national institutes of health speaking and other leaders talking about what they are primarily doing and how they are leading forward. >> it's great your having this conference. this is one of the first on this issue in the washington area. >> we will have another in july and in october we will have another conference in the district that will be a daylong conference emphasizing education. >> thanks so much. we appreciate you being here with us. back to you. >> thank you. >> 5:48 on this thursday morning. seattle residents rattled this morning after a deadly siege. six people dead after a gunman's random rampage and then suicide. police are still asking what may
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have led to such unspeakable violence. tahman bradley has the latest. >> multiple people down at the cafe. >> fighting moments in seattle, a city wide manhunt, schools on lockdown after a gunman killed five people in two separate shootings. >> we have had two tragic shootings that have shaken this city today if. >> the suspect is dead. identified as 40-year-old ian --. he shot himself as officers moved in. >> the suspect saw that he was about to be captured and then raised a firearm to his head and shot himself. >> the terror began yesterday morning at a cafe not far from the university of washington. this image shows the suspect walking inside and this picture shows him holding a gun. i heard five shots. it's hard to count. >> for your people killed and another victim critically wounded. in the hours that followed, officers with guns drawn ran
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door-to-door and warned residents to lock their doors. it made me nervous. i've never seen anything like this before. >> there was gunfire nearby. the suspect shot and killed a woman at a nearby parking lot after he fled the cafe and then he stole her suv. officers found the vehicle, the flooded area. a unit to recognize the man and went after him. the manhunt was over, but not before residents of one of the safest cities were rattled. >> jurors return for a ninth day of deliberations in the edwards trial. the judge released four alternate jurors yesterday. she told them not to discuss reports about the trial in case they need to be brought back in. they began drawing attention last week when the four began wearing the same collar shirts and then one of them allegedly flirted with john edwards.
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broadband service news. >> and news in the real-estate market. linda bell has more from bloomberg. >> its a good sign. that story in a moment. first, we do have a short -- short sales about to replace foreclosures. sales of homes by people in pre- foreclosure will outnumber sales of homes sold by banks after foreclosure by this fall. short sales are at a three-year high as of the first quarter. is it real or funny? you may no longer have to ask that question. louis vuitton has won a u.s. trade ruling to keep knockoffs from entering the u.s. customs officials seized $180 million of counterfeit goods last year. if you have verizon fios, it
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will start offering five speeds. it's up from a previous high of 150 megabits. the upgrade comes as consumers need an increase because some of us use multiple internet devices under one roof. that is business news. live at bloomberg headquarters in new york, linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. doubling the speed and doubling the cost, makes sense. i wonder why they cannot just make it all one speed. five levels and i'm trying to figure out which one i will get. >> i will just get to the weather. of course that's what we want to talk about right now. >> just give us one good one. >> it's going to be beautiful. to get out and enjoy the afternoon. a lot of sunshine today, low humidity if with a gentle north wind that will usher in the drier air .
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83 this afternoon and again tomorrow. you will notice an uptick in the humidity tomorrow afternoon and a good chance of storms. a beautiful start today, bright sunshine in the nation's capital. this is from the rooftop camera. 36 stories above rosslyn overlooking the potomac. a beautiful start to the day. it will be a gorgeous afternoon. seven the one right now downtown. winchester, 61. 59 in cumberland, 63 in hagerstown 69 in annapolis. we are in the '60s in the suburbs for the most part, near 70 in the beltway. 83 this afternoon for the high temperature around 3:00 p.m.. berdi close to average. low humidity, so it will be uncomfortable because of the north wind at 5-10. not much in terms of cloud cover to start our day and even this afternoon i don't expect much in
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terms of clouds. east of the mississippi we are looking fairly sunny and clear for the majority of the day. notice the active weather in the midsection of the country, especially in the mid south. there's an area of low pressure with a warm front. behind warm front humid and unstable air. that will get pushed into the washington area tomorrow. that will give us a chance of showers and storms late in the day. storms are likely tomorrow with a decent shot of them being strong to severe. that will be for the afternoon and evening on friday. the weekend looks great in the '70s to nearly 80 degrees with lower humidity. now to traffic. >> complication on 66. newschopper 7 is flying above eastbound 66 just prior to 495 with a collision. two right lanes getting by. delays are expected out of vienna from 123 past nutley street to access the beltway on eastbound 66. no complications to report right
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now on 95 virginia. the beltway is open in tysons. we will have the latest from newschopper 7 when we return.
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clucks mold is the last thing you want to see in your home. >> but one family in texas said the mold in their bathroom shower is giving them strength because they say it is an image of jesus. but some neighbors are a little skeptical. >> what? does that light >> jesus. but it kind of looks like me. >> homeowners say it formed a few months ago. a loved one served time in prison. he believes it there so he does not get into any more trouble and does not go back to prison. woman who lives in the home also has hiv and your family says she's doing better since the mold showed up in the bathroom. they are believers, but maybe
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