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mother speaking out. >> you don't bully a child or torment a child. jonathan: first, a mother's nightmare come her seven-year-old child knock-down at a school by a grown-up come and it happened a a d.c. charter school in northeast. anna-lysa gayle tells us what she is saying and how the school
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caught on camera here at kipp d.c. spring academy is hard to watch. the seven-year-old is hoping to will be in arrest now that d.c. police are investigating. cameras rolling inside kipp d.c. spring academy caught a parent acting inappropriately wednesday morning. lena mclean requested the video from the school hallway after her seven-year-old son john told her he was assaulted by stomach. anna-lysa: it caused him to slump over. while he held his stomach, the adult walked out of the building. >> it was painful. >> you watched my son on the ground and did not say anything, and all you can say is you are playing? anna-lysa: she does not understand why he would hurt her
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child. i would not do that to none of your kids. anna-lysa: in a letter sent to parents friday, the school said "the health and safety of our students, teachers, and staff remains our number one priority and we will continue to work closely with the police to ensure that students and staff are safe at school." >> y'all should of had the letter out the day at happen. anna-lysa: she also has children who attend the school, so she is also concerned about their safety. the name of the gentlemen in the video has not been made public nor has he been arrested. anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. steve: can you feel the difference? the cold front moves through the afternoon, heavier downpours, now moving to the east. we are watching the back end cross western pennsylvania
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rain. the windchill factors, how cool it will feel tomorrow morning. overnight temperatures only in the 40's. we warm up a little bit through the midday, but the wind will stay gusty. more on the rest of the weekend coming up. jonathan: steve, thanks. disturbing new development and a sterling case. they woman is accused of trying to poison her former coworkers tom roussey joins us with the investigation. how are the employees doing? a couple of them got sick? tom: they did, and for the longest time they do not know why. the letting county sheriff's office said the employee was disgruntled, but they said that you would not know it because she worked the front desk. behind this window is a break
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coffeemaker. there is a lot of disgruntled workers of the d.c. area, but few have ever been accused of this. >> the employees at this place had been getting sick. tom: the loudoun county sheriff said the boss at this shipping company ultimately realized one of his own employees was poisoning the coffee. she allegedly was putting kitchen and glass cleaning products into the keurif machinefor months. the woman is facing a felony charge. >> she was very nice. i'll he met her a couple times. it shocking. tom: nearby workers say the police swarmed the area last friday. >> we saw her sitting at the curb with about 10 police officers questioning her. tom: a week later they learned what she is accused of. >> shocked.
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that relations -- with that malicious thinking sits next to us. tom: somebody was inside but nobody came to the door at her address. she could not come because she is in jail with no bond. not only is she in jail, not surprisingly after the allegation, she has lost her job with the shipping company in the industrial park in sterling. live in loudoun county, tom roussey, abc 7 new tragic breaking news in iraq. isis has executed more than 280 men and boys as coalition forces are closing in on the city of mosul. a coalition source said the victims were rounded up and used as human shields. among the dead, children. iraqi forces and coalition forces have been pounding the city, but isis has been in
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years. it is iraq's second-largest city. a drug bust at a day care center. officials conducted the raid before any parents arrive to drop off their children. you can imagine the shock to find out that two people were arrested and facing drug charges. tim barber joins us with those details. tim: this was a month-long investigation that came from tips in the community. investigators raided the house at of the kids were there. this day care was supposed to be a safe haven for kids, but tonight investigators say that these two potentially where selling deadly drugs. >> it's disturbing. tim: anne arundel county police arrested roos dabrasky jr. and
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scale, and $700. they are facing several charges, including possession with the intent to distribute. only dabrasky is accused of reckless endangerment. >> shocking, surprised. tim: the police raided the home day care before it opened. >> officers watch the house several hours before they knocked on the door. they wanted sure there were no kids inside the daycare. tim: social services is also investigating. live in the newsroom, tim barber, abc 7 news. jonathan: following a dangerous incident that took place on metro, two rail inspectors forced to jump out of the way of a speeding train. according to the federal transit administration, it happened near the reagan airport station. it said that the train was speeding and failed to slow down
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a silver spring man recovering after being stabbed in the face and eye during a confrontation on a ride on bus. he said he was intoxicated at the time of the incident. he bumped into a fellow rider who said that he would stab him if he bumped into him again. when it happened, the driver lock them in the bus until the police arrived. >> too much. jonathan: he said the wounds to his eye and brain are preventing them from working his construction job. wiggins faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted. 7 on your side a consumer alert and a massive cyber attack on the east coast. who did it is still a mystery, but this morning popular websites like twitter, netflix, paypal experienced
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normal now, but investigators are trying to figure out who was targeting the sites. stay with abc 7 and wjla.com for updates. less than an hour until voter registration closes in virginia, 11:59 the deadline. yesterday a judge ordered registration extension after the system crashed monday. governor terry mcauliffe said the system was overloaded by people trying to register at the very end. last three weeks before the election, it is a sprint to the finish line. hillary clinton and donald from campaigning in swing states as vice president joe biden is making headlines with tough words. intensity has ratcheted up. hillary clinton in ohio blasting donald trump on jobs. >> he has put chinese steel workers to work, and we are going to change that.
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talking about the access hollywood audio report with drop. >> don't i wish i was debating him? i wish we were in high school so i could take him behind the gym. jonathan: donald trump noticing the stepped up attacks. >> we have a bunch of babies running our country, a bunch of losers. jonathan: with the national poll clinton, trump's path towards the electoral votes is more challenging. his best hope is to hope for a low turnout on election day. the clinton campaign strategy is very different. they are pushing in traditionally republican states to see if they can expand their map and flip states from red to blue. donald trump and hillary clinton cannot just focus on getting supporters to get out and vote.
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already heading to the polls and mailing in balance. coming up, it look like an apocalyptic scene in kansas today. what brought the city to a standstill. that's what it looks like now. and bombshell new information in the wells fargo scandal. the shocking allegation from workers. and an important health alert for parents. how much screen time is too
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jonathan: tv, that was not mother nature at work him scary images from kansas city. two chemicals were accidentally mixed together at a sewage plant and that was the result, a dark fog dissenting over the city. 11,000 people told to shelter in place, roadways closed, schools evacuated. at least 52 people were hospitalized for breathing
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and the situation is improving. crews spent hours trying to get a giant fire under control in california. this was in the city of ontario. the first priority was to protect nearby buildings. regards of injuries, but the city says this is a hay fire and the cause of it at this point is unknown. a fraud scandal at a major bank is deepening. former wells fargo workers are coming forward, saying they were pressu without telling them. one employee said workers were encouraged to prey on the elderly, college students, and people who do not speak english. >> you had to open 10 accounts every single day. jonathan: the bank is under fraud investigation in california. they fire their ceo, paid back
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product goals. the better business bureau has stripped them of their accreditation. 7 on your side -- how much screen time is too much for kids? the american academy of pediatrics has new guidelines. it counts digital media as screen time. he recommend children ages 2 to 5 get no more than one hour in front of the screens per day. with kids over 6, parents commit their own decisionbu consistent and they would like to see it scaled-back. the answer is this famous game show host paid a visit to the wjla and news channel 8 studios today. the answer, of course, is alex trebek. he was in town taping some clues come and also hosting a gala marking the uso's 75th anniversary. he says he loves washington,
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contestant search on the road, we came to washington, d.c., and the pass rate for people taking the test was twice as high as anywhere else in the country. jonathan: meeting with have a lot of smoke for -- smart folks in the district. catch "jeopardy!" each night at 7:30, right here on abc 7. the quality of this year' they say that one production was down 5% worldwide, which means prices could go up a little bit for bottles, but u.s. one production is still up. the winery say the weather has not had a significant impact on their product. steve: today before the cold front moves through, we had a high of 79. we are near 60. the further west we go, in the 40's, 44 elkins, west virginia.
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we were. nighttime lows in the suburbs falling into the 40's. downtown d.c., upper 40's, lower 50's. it will be quite windy, the wind out of the northwest 15 to 25, with wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour. most of the shower activity now beginning to dissipate. that is good news. just have to get through this. skies begin to clear, and that should happen midmorning tomorrow, but it will be chilly as you head out the door to go for a jog, grab a cup of coffee, perhaps checking out the farmers market. 49 the wake-up temperature in upper marlboro. the windchill factors will make it feel more like the upper 30's, lower 40's. we have a wind advisory to the west, shenandoah valley, rappahannock, and rocking ham
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saturday. how gusty? anywhere from 30 to 35 miles per hour not out of the question, may increase in the afternoon, up words of 40 miles per hour along the mason-dixon line, but the wind will ease late tomorrow evening, meaning not quite as chilly in the forecast for the day sunday. tomorrow, a big difference compared with what we've had the past several days. middle west virginia. closer to town, 60 degrees in the district, potomac upper 50's, near 60 degrees clinton, upper marlboro 58. southern maryland, sunshine of the early afternoon, upper 50's, near 60 degrees. the futurecast, once we get the rain out of here, the skies clear, the wind will stay out of the north and west for the day tomorrow. they will change direction through the day sunday.
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color change, moderate range around capital beltway. the best color further north and west come across western maryland. don't forget to send in the fall foliage pictures to burst.com /wjla. we will pick a winner every thursday night and announce it friday morning on "good morning washington." this is a picture from west virginia. warmer temperatures sunday, upper 60's, same monday, then a cooldown long gone are the temperatures in the 80's. it was nice while it lasted. jonathan: they will be back in a couple months. talking about basketball? robert: yes, cannot wait for the season to start. the wizards played their final preseason game, their final tuneup for the reckless season. and bad news out of college park.
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>> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. robert: maryland's senior cornerback and return specialist will likely miss the rest of the season with a toward a.c.l.. he leads the team in pass breakups and kick return with over 2000 yards. hoops, the wizards hosted the raptors in their final preseason game. and bradley beal had a big first half. the pass, the reverse layup, and one. later in the second, good ball movement, starting with john wall. behind the back, otto porter
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dream work. qiz win 119-82. bad news from the redskins, jordan reed has been ruled out sunday against the lions with a concussion. and working receiver josh doctson has been placed on injured reserve. and desean jackson is questionable with a shoulder injury. the redskins had 500 yards of offense against the eagles. kirk: if we can put up 500 yards of offense 16 times, we would be a good offense. you're are always going to strive for more. we did some good things, ran the ball well, made the plays we had to make to win, but we will always try to be better. robert: high school football, westfield hosting centreville. the bulldogs scored early and
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westfield gets on the board early. later in the game, more damage. nice screen pass, takes it all the way. westfield shutout centreville, 35-0. and more high school football, scott abraham has all of the highlights on news channel 8 right after this. jonathan: the skins are dealing with robert: they are banged up, but they have other people. jonathan: thanks, robert. still ahead, the police take over a mcdonald's, but there is
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jonathan: a role reversal in prince george's officers got behind the counter at a mcdonald's. if they were not serving up fries or working the register, some were providing entertainment by singing and dancing. it's all for a good cause, raising money for education for local kids. 50% of the proceeds were donated local kids. 50% of the proceeds were donated on issues that matter to northern virginia, barbara comstock and donald trump
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steve: we had record-breaking warm the last couple days, the cold front rolled through this afternoon. windy and colder tomorrow, highs in the upper 50's with windchill factors in the upper 40's, lower 50's. the cool air will not last too long. sunday, lots of sunshine, upper 60's monday. upper 50's tuesday and wednesday. the next best chance of showers after tonight will be late next week. the temperatures stay in the 60's with nighttime lows in the 50's. next weekend, the marine corps marathon sunday. then a week from monday, halloween. jonathan: jimmy kimmel live is next.
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