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>> when it comes to autumn weather, you cannot be today. >> but tomorrow, we will have a chance -- maybe we will hit another home run tomorrow. but after that, all bets are off pin it will change. take a look outside right now is quiet and dry. if you head out to walk the dog no problem at all. the temperature for the current power is 65 degrees and it -- and reagan national airport.
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the wind has really diminished. our high before saturday, hit medvedev to 78 degrees. the record is 97 degrees back in 1930. the temperature outside owner whether the network, george washington university now has 64 degrees. our computers are now resetting that it is midnight. temperatures are cooling off slowly as we move through the later hours and into thearly morning hours of sunday. looked at the cooler air across northern michigan in the upper- 40's. we are looking at temperatures up quickly cooling down, which is a low but miles south of us. we have an area of low pressure beginning to develop a pair of the cloud cover is keeping the heat closer toward the ground level. that is why it is a little bit
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warmer outside. across the board quiet and it will remain quiet for the overnight as high pressure slowly moves off the coast. in its place, we're watching not one but two systems. the number one is across missouri and arkansas appeared and a cold front will move into the overnight hours on monday and tuesday. it will bring us more clouds and rain and thunderstorms. and then a shot of much cooler air for the day on wednesday. in the next 48 hours, we will see a mix of sun and clouds. i think we will see more sunshine and clouds brewing temperatures will still remain nice. then clouds will continue to sneak in. to the west of us, look for showers and thunderstorms start to develop. the shenandoah valley could see a few inches of rain. the heaviest rain will be to the west of b.c. -- west of d.c.
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partly cloudy and cooler tonight. it is a widespread in temperatures. the shenandoah valley could have temperatures in the upper-30's 4 morning lows. then it will make way for a beautiful sunday. extended outlook will call for temperatures to cool behind the cold front, around 70 degrees for a daytime high on wednesday. by thursday and friday, back into the middle 70's. check out the latest daily "i wonder." you can see the expected rainfall as move into monday and tuesday. but tomorrow, it looks great. i know a lot of folks will take advantage of it as we wind down those precious weekends before in the cooler air.
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>> enjoy it before the foggy start to the work week. >> how can you not like tonight's football game? >> yes, a lot. >> a great upset. >> that was a big game. penn state, all eyes on them, and they might have delivered. a program in desperate need of wins, several of them did come in big. and frustration lead to
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tommy denton goes to throwed and overthrows at first base. check it out. running the bases. the play at the plate, he is say. but it is not say when jason hayward comes to bat. it is a two-run shot. bottom of the aid, bases loaded brian mathis it anderson samisen that was enough to bring in the winning run. they win 5-4. the orioles leading 1-0. launching one to deep right field. the orioles would get the lead to-0. but chris carter lines one into the right-field corner. that makes it 5-2 oakland. they never looked back. today was no ordinary day.
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the matter what rin dhl said, maybe he did not feel the pressure, but the players and fans knew wha was at stake. this is how it went down good in the first quarter, nickel william hicks of the punt runs right, it turns the corner, duking everyone and goes 58 yards. he runs for the touchdown. in the fourth quarter carey hills gets some time, rounds out, throw the up. steffan case with the grab. take another look. he barely grabs it. nice grab. later in the fourth, polling into the end zone. 24-14 uconn. virginia tech in the third quarter, down 21-3 and tyshawn
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and derek pouring salt in the wound. 94-yard touchdown. but they were too much to handle. then to mike shanahan. pittsburgh wins 25-17. georgia tech, first play from scrimmage, kevin washington throws to a wide-open jack glass-steagall has all the time in the world. -- jack laskey who has all the time in the world. then racing up the sideline. georgia tech never looked back. penn state hosting navy. a wide open alan robinson who cuts up field.
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14-0 penn state. then a fumble picked up by mike holmes and he is off to the races. penn state' wins 34-7. and the clock has struck midnight for the nhl. the players and owners have failed to come to an agreement and they are in a locked up for when you first got internet at home you probably had one thing online. but today, everything's online. in a few years, the number of devices in your home will double and what we are doing online takes internet speed, not every network can handle it, verizon fios is 100% fiber optic soit's faster and can handle it. and now there's revolutionary fios quantum speed, more than twice as fast as anythining this country has ever seen. to get your family up to speed with fios quantum -- call the verizon center for customers with disabilities go to at 0.974.6006 tty/v.
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>> hours after the french magazine" closer" decided to take down pictures of princess kate, another magazine decided to put them up. the magazine is owned by former italian prime minister gro mosconi -- prime minister
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>> they looked into the weekend. >> it looks good for tomorrow, about 80 degrees. some clouds in the afternoon and ended the umbruesday. there could be heavy rain on monday and tuesday. wednesday and thursday will clear things up. >> don't go anywhere. saturday new [ male announcer ]
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>> authorities investigating the u.s. consulate killings in libya have delayed their arrival to the region as violence rages on. >> christina reports that president obama says that those responsible for the killing will be brought to justice. >> anti-u.s. protests following the u.s. consulate killings and libya have spread across the globe. hundreds of people protested outside the u.s. consulate in sydney. fbi officials investigating the killings in been gauzy -- in benghazy have postponed the visit to libya until the violence subsides.
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protesters are raging over how an anti-islam film that this american filmmaker put out. he has been interviewed by authorities. in his weekly address, president obama promised to justice for those who killed u.s. ambassador to bolivia chris stevens and three other americans at the consulate. >> there's never any been ambassador to libya chris stevens and three other americans at the consulate. >> there's never any excuse for violence. so long as i am commander in chief, the united states will never tolerate efforts to harm our fellow americans. >> some say that tuesday's attack was planned. >> it was deliberate. i was given enough details of this by witnesses. >> they have no evidence that the attack was premeditated. but the scene of the first protest gives hope that other demonstrations will follow suit.
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>> that here at home, it has been nearly three weeks since the maryland teenager was found shot to death in her bedroom. police are stepping up their efforts to track down her killer. amber stanley was killed on august 22 inside her kettering home. so far, police have not been able to find out who committed the shocking crime. yesterday morning, federal officers visited the marlborough shopping officecenter. >> we're doing what we need to do to make sure this comes to a close. somebody saw something. >> there is a $25,000 reward being offered for information that leads to unrest. >> the man accused of murdering a catholic university graduate student in 2010 was found guilty of murder this week. eric forman was 16 when he shot neil bellinski pinned the 31- year-old was killed in august
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of 2010 when riding his bike home from work. a few weeks ago, new street lights designed to deter criminals were installed. as for foreman, he will be sentenced in november. a virginia man whose murder conviction was overturned has been denied bond. that means that justin wolff will stay in jail as he with his second trial. a judge threw out his conviction and death sentence from a drug-related murder. they plan to retry wolfe. >> there are new regulations in place tonight for the commonwealth cost plenty existing abortion clinics. the virginia board of health approved the plan on friday among other things that call for the clinics to meet the same architectural standards as hospitals. but it is this -- but critics say that the regulations are designed to put the clinics out of business. >> ted olson will stand in for
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joe biden in an effort to help paul ryan prepare for the presidential -- the vice presidential debates. our senior political reporter was there as governor romney spoke to supporters. >> my goodness, what a va will come. >> you would think that these numerous northern virginia stops would be overkill. but hidden among those particularly long lines for romney is a challenge, how to make sure there are more people like parker writing. >> a lot of my friends are obama supporters for sure. >> i tried to sometimes, but a lot of younger generations think more liberally. >> i am not sure what kind of poll he has, but if you think about it and you think about the prices we will pay for the
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president's policies in the future, it is pretty clear that romney is the right way to go. >> the economy is still the biggest concern for voters were romney has the most ground to make appeared the youth african-americans, and women. >> i am confident it will work and i did not just steady the economy in school. i have lived in the economy for 25 years. >> both men are desperate to play the part of the fiscal year row. president obama was in colorado today. >> i am happy to work with republicans. if they want me to, i will wash the car. i will wash the dog for them to get a deal done for the american people. >> as long as voters are willing to help sway any and decided expect but to see plenty more of this. >> i am counting on you virginia. >> on the other side of the ticket, first lady michelle obama will also in virginia on the trail stumping for her husband. they talked about the importance of virginia.
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the first lady also visited richmond during her swing through the state. in 2008, barack obama was the first democrat to carry virginia since 1964. >> d.c. government vehicles caught running red lights on camera. >> we will tell you why some of the tickets were dismissed. >> quiet right now, but stormy weather on the way, just in time
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>> at an investigation that has several d.c. tickets issued. >> thousands of tickets have been reviewed the issue to the city. take a look. you are watching dangers of driving by d.c. government employees in vehicle belonging to the city, captured by the district red light camera. this white car goes through two lanes of cars and runs the red. will double school buses ignore the stoplight and keep on going. -- multiple school buses ignore the stoplights and keep on going. >> they have kids on board and you have to worry about their safety. >> that is pretty scary. >> th also caught fire and police vehicles
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not using their emergency lights when going through traffic signals. even this city-don't front loader races through the intersection. >> the way these people drive, i have no comment. you just have to be careful when you're out here on these roads. >> we reviewed nearly 600 tickets issued to government vehicles in 2012 pin 688 were four red-light running 145 or at least for going 21 miles per hour over the speed limit. >> i am definitely very conscious of it. >> the mayor says that it takes safe driving seriously. employees who racked up more than 670 -- $367,000 worth of tickets are expected to pay for them.


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