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alison: breaking news tonight from montgomery county, where one person is dead at a home in gaithersburg. sky track 7 flew over the scene less than 30 minutes ago. the police say the victim is an adult male and that a shooter broken to the home just minutes before the actual shooting took place. the police have a perimeter set up looking for the gun man. stay with abc 7 for the breaking news from gaithersburg. jonathan: the other top story coming using christianity as bait for a fraud, a pastor and his wife accused in a multimillion dollar scheme. alison: investigators believe the couple pocket money from their parishioners, even tried to buy a house with more than a million dollars with the cash. jonathan: jay korff joins
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latest. jay: the three suspects, lots of information to go over. additionally, we spoke with a former congregant with a lot to say. terry millender, the senior pastor asked victoria's life -- vittoria's life church, preached about a lot of things. >> your part is to lay aside the idols in psu the 52-year-old pastor, his wife brenda, and a congregant grenetta wells appeared in district court. prosecutors accrues -- accuse all three of being linked to a $1.2 million fraud against their congregation. the indictment alleges that millender convinced a number of
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gave short-term loans to poor in developing countries. prosecutors claim the investors were promised rates of return, but instead much of the money was used to make risky investments and for personal expenses come including payment towards this $1.75 million home in springfield. the indictment says the millenders were evicted from the six bedroom home in 2010 and blamed the bat economy for a former church member who lives out of state told me over the phone that nobody initially suspected this until they were not getting their money back. they said that congregants got really angry when they spritzing the pastor drive around in a fancy car, wearing tailored suits, and living in a beautiful home. live from alexandria, jay korff, abc 7 news. jonathan: just in from of scum recounted, a huge mess on the icc near georgia avenue and
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-- less than an hour ago. there are only a couple lanes open. there was a spill. hazmat hand to assist with a fuel spill. some lanes are open, but it will take some time to clean up. alison: new at 11:00, violent crime in a high-traffic arlington neighborhood. a man was robbed at gunpoint in crystal city saturday night, and it happened in area packed with restaurants and bars. anna-lysa gayle, what happened? anna-lysa: alison, the police are searching for three men who they say pulled up to somebody on crystal drive and proceeded to rob him, all about 8:10 saturday night. the victim told the police that one of the robbers pulled a gun,
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they got back into an unidentified car and left the area. the police have not provided details about the items that were stolen. we spoke with people living in the area and most of them are disturbed by what happened in this community that is mostly described as safe. >> it's a great community. we had a startup incubator that just mused in -- just moved and recently come a good group of folks. we are just took place on a saturday night. anna-lysa: a lot of people are describing this as a brazen crime. arlington police are patrolling because of how many people walk even at 11:00 still seeing folks walking around. very little is known about the suspects, described as black men in their 40's.
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windbreaker and the third had a black t-shirt. anybody with information should call the police. live in crystal city, anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. jonathan: some americans will pay more for insurance purchased on premiums on many plays will increase an average of 25% come as early as next year. customers receive subsidies will be shielded from all or most of bailing on the program, contributing to the spike. steve: nighttime lows will fall into the 40's across much of the area, upper or north and western suburbs. tomorrow morning, the rush-hour commute, grab the sunglasses. you will need a light jacket in the early morning, with temperatures in the 40's under mainly clear skies. moving into the later afternoon,
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if you have midday errands, it will be fine, but the temperatures tomorrow about 10 degrees cooler than today. we will talk about the upcoming weekend, the marine corps marathon, and the halloween outlook coming up. alison: thank you. only on 7, dozens of people found out there electricity will be turned off tomorrow. we have followed the plight of these residents these condominiums for weeks now after they reach out to 7 on your side for help. tim barber is live in the newsroom. what are they supposed to do now? tim: they have no idea, they are scared, confused, and tonight we call the management company. so far we have not heard back. just five minutes after we arrived at the condominiums, residents complained about the latest problems. >> it don't make no sense that
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intenty that the electric service will be cut off tomorrow. this would be the latest in a long list of problems. the elevators are broken, so her five kids have to walk six stories every day. fire damages still visible from a 2014 fire, and residents claim that the complex is a crime magnet. we even solve detectives walking into the building tonight. >> tim: two weeks ago, 7 on your side reported that prince george's county authorities warned residents to utilities could be paid off because management is not paying their utility bills. >> it's going to be crazy. tim: some residents blame deadbeat condo owners. others blame the condo leaders. >> we have really know where to go.
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us what they were doing at the complex tonight. we reached out to the management company, but have not heard back from them. tim barber, abc 7 news. jonathan: early and absentee voting is happening now in the district in virginia. maryland will join at the end of this week. in the district there is one location open, judiciary square come until the end of the week. that is when polling locations open in all eight wards. this video is from saturday. the line was wrapped around the building. election officials say that which is an 18% increase over 2012. alison: with two weeks until election day, the candidates are hitting the trail hard, donald trump focusing his attention on florida. you will came pan tomorrow for a third straight day. he told a crowd in saint augustine that polls showing him behind are wrong. >> how is trump doing? oh, he is down.
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the system is corrupt and it's rigged and it's broken. alison: a cnn poll tonight shows clinton with a five-point lead nationally, a 12-point lead among women and he has a three point lead among men. hillary clinton will be in florida tomorrow, but after a week of events in pennsylvania and north carolina, she spent was frequent trump critic senator elizabeth worn. >> -- elizabeth worn. >> at the very moment when donald trump is making this unprecedented attack on our fundamental values, our institutions, millions of people are standing up for democracy. alison: on thursday, clinton will hold her first joint appearance with the first lady, michelle obama.
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your electronic devices. many could be vulnerable to cyber attack and you may not know about it. a major cyber attack friday is driving the call to bolster security on devices like your internet-connected baby monitor, smart speakers, even your car. in most cases, hackers can access your devices because you do not change the default password and logins that came with the device. alison: there is growing outrage after thousands of national bonuses they were promised. during the height of the wars in iraq and afghanistan, the national guard used bonuses to entice soldiers to reenlist. now there are allegations of criminal fraud. an investigation revealed that a national guard official gave bonuses to some people who do not qualify for them. in california, some 10,000 soldiers were told to pay up to $22 million.
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the gyro copter that landed on the u.s. capitol lawn will be destroyed. this was from april 25. that was a political protest against government corruption. there he is landing. hughes pleaded guilty to operating a gyro copter without a license. part of the police deal included four month prison and handing over the aircraft. her husband pled guilty to child pornography, and the nigh -- tonight wife she is a victim, too. and a star-studded red carpet at the national museum of african
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it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find,
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>> finding out that your husband and the father of your children is a child predator and that his job involved going to schools on a regular basis is devastating. alison: that is the ex-wife of disgraced former subway pitchman gerald -- jerod vogel.
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executives knew of the pedophilia as soon as 2004 it should have notified authorities. she divorced fogle after he pled guilty to child pornography and having sex with minors. >> i have questions that someday my children will ask me and that i am engine the families of the 14 victims are asking, questions to which i have no other ways to get answers. know, when did they know it, what investigation did they conduct, did they ever notify the authorities. alison: she says that she and the couple's two children suffered emotional distress because of fogle's behavior did not become known before she married him in 2010. jonathan: in oklahoma, there is a massive manhunt for man accused of killing two people,
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officers, and documenting his getaway on facebook. he shot the officers in the foot and leg as they responded to reports of a shooting sunday night. a fifth person was shot early this morning during an attempted carjacking. and a troubling warning from the police. they say that vance has a medical condition, a disease he may try to spread. wells fargo may pay for the massive scandal with its reputation. a survey shows the bank has a scandal, which was just 15%. the bank created as many as 2 million fake bank and credit card accounts between 2011 and 2015. wells fargo is at risk of losing 99 billion dollars in deposits over the next year and a half acres of that scandal. alison: 7 on your side with a health alert, important information for parents. this is from the nation's top
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syndrome, or sids. included in the guidelines, more skin to skin contact and time between mother and baby. that increases the likelihood of breast-feeding, which appears to protect against sids. they also say that your baby's sleep surfaces should be completely firm with no padding or blankets. jonathan: a star-studded event at the smithsonian museum of african american history and culture, the premier of "loving." it is bank of the supreme court case loving versus virginia. it declared bans on and laws against interracial marriage. >> what was resounding was that we knew we were part of something very special. jonathan: "loving" opens in
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steve: all right, let's talk about the fall color change. it is starting to look really nice around the immediate metro area. garrett county and allegheny county is where we are looking at the fall color change. tonight, 38 to 45 overnight, mainly clear skies, a bit cool, especially the further west. the future when she'll upper 30's, lower 40's. a light jacket early on, but not nearly as cold until wednesday morning. a frost advisory for shenandoah and page counties until early tomorrow morning. the wake-up temperatures, 43 bethesda, 42 college park. grab the sunglasses, mainly clear and cool. highs tomorrow about 10 degrees
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west virginia, inside the beltway upper 50's, lower 60's. southern maryland a good deal of sun, 60 charlotte hall and la plata. tomorrow night into early wednesday morning, we have a freeze watch. that is frederick county and western maryland. we could be looking at parts of the area come if not all of the shaded in blue, getting a freeze warning. we "good morning washington." veronica johnson and eileen whelan will have the latest on that. the marine corps marathon this sunday, a little on the cool side early on. lower 50's, making it into the 60 degree range by mid-sunday morning. don't forget we have the scary, spooky stops for halloween. this thursday and friday, i would love to forecast the weather from your front lawn. send us your decorated house
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a week from tonight, temperatures in the 50's, mainly clear skies. the next seven days, sort of an up and down forecast. mid-50's wednesday, showers thursday, breezy friday, showers again saturday, but drive sunday and halloween. alison: we like to hear that, thank you, steve. jonathan: something with baseball? erin: words of wisdom from cubs manager joe maddon on the eve of the world series.
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? i'll get you dancing... ? ? to the diggy diggy diggity do. ? ? this is my town. if you dont know now you know. ? ? do that thing that you do. ? ? i'll show you a new move. ? ? check out the diggy diggy diggity do. ? ? i'm gonna flippity flop to that clickity clock. ? ut tonight. won't leave. ? ? by now, i hope you've figured it out. ? ? i'll give you more than you'll ever need. ? >> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. erin: the fumble demons continue to haunt matt jones, and perhaps
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did after two fumbles sunday. the other same issue last year and he worked on ball security through the off-season. in his 20 games played with the redskins, jones has fumbled eight times. it cannot continue. it appears his time is running out. jay gruden was asked about that earlier today. coach gruden: we have to make sure that he protects the football. rob is limited attempts that he gets. may just wristband -- expand the roster a bit and express the importance of ball security. it's everybody. erin: jay gruden also gave some injury updates. an mri revealed no structural damage to trent williams' left knee and he may make the trip to london. josh norman is in the league's
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with a concussion. he has been cleared to practice wednesday, but has not been ruled out for sunday. the world series stage is set, two clubs with a long history of losing have proved themselves the best teams in baseball. the cleveland indians are trying to end a 68-year drought. the cubs have not won the world series since 1908. it corey clover. the teams held practice ahead of game one tomorrow. the always entertaining joe maddon reflected on the high expectations. coach maddon: in spring training, there was an inordinate amount of expectations and pressure. i had to convince our guys that's a good thing. the alternative would be flipping stakes in our backyard
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i much prefer that reality. erin: pretty sure he is happy at the world series. wta finals, ready to do whatever it took to get the edge in her match. she is cutting her hair. she was hoping during the changeover that would help. she said that her ponytail was hitting her in the face when she would hit her shots, so she cut her hair -- and it helped because she won the match in three straight sets. broncos lead the texans 29--- 20-9 in the fourth. jonathan: think of all the money she could save by not going to a stylist. the world series is one for the
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alison: it makes sense that tickets to this year's world series would be expensive, but they may set the record. the average asking price is for the four games scheduled in cleveland, $3,900, which is average. that is a bargain compared with
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bullpen saturday night at wrigley, $20,000. jonathan: wow. alison: can you believe that? jonathan: the seat on my couch to sit in your pajamas and watch on the widescreen, free of charge, and all the popcorn that i want. erin: it's going to be an
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z25gfz zi0z y25gfy yi0y northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks
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and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. i'm luann bennett z25ggz zi0z y25ggy yi0y alison: we have fall weather. steve: we do, and it's a nice refreshing change. 59 degrees on tuesday, staying in the 50's the rest of the week. jonathan:. jimmy kimmel's next
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jimmy, hi, welcome to my dressing room. it's your dressing room! ha ha ha! oh, thank you so much for having me on the show. it's a real big deal for me. my book comes out tomorrow. my show on cbs. "the great indoors" premieres on thursday. my appearance on your s literally the most important one of my life. >> jimmy: oh. wow. you know, i was going to talk to you about that because we have a little problem. >> oh, your infection flared up again? >> jimmy: no. >> what kind of problem are you talking about? >> jimmy: let's see. it's a -- we got a bigger guest and you're not going to be on the show tonight problem. >> bigger guest? bigger than joel mchale? >> jimmy: oh, quite a bit bigger. >> you got beyonce?


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