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>> asia green is like others forced from their homes. >> this is hard to deal with this. >> for years, the past management teams didn't pay utilities. now the complex owes $1 million. they are moving out in the dark. montana senator anthony muse stepped in to help. linhill residents rallied behind him at the administration building in upper marlboro and at the courthouse. >> i asked the judge in court to please overturn any eviction notices >> with he from the state attorney general's office he asked for an injunction to turn on utilities. they are working to get the pepco ruling thrown out and have the condominiums file for bankruptcy. >> the residents deserve the opportunity to allow themselves to reorganize and pay the debt. >> green appreciates the efforts but like many others at lynnhill say it's too late. >> people are making necessary arrangements to get out of
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nobody will be able to move their things into storage and come back. there are a lot of issues. >> here is the fear. even if a judge says turn the lights back on, there are so many issues that they will be kicked out in the future and it's not worth it for them. there are plenty of people in the courtroom now on the third floor. i'm q mccray. abc7 news. larry: thank you. in vote 2016, first lady michelle marsh -- michelle obama campaigning for hillary clinton in the first appearance together. on the republican side, donald trump has several stops in ohio. this is a live picture where
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stage. 12 days before the election. the man who claimed he and havized trump's hollywood star yesterday is in custody tonight. jamie otis said he hit the star with a sledgehammer when he tried to remove it. he wanted to auction it off to raise money for those accusing trump of sexual assault. it's expected to be repaired in a few days. alison: early voting started today and people packed the center in rockville to cast votes early. today's abc7' if you have chosen the candidate yet. cast your vote now at wjla.com/votenow. tom roussey is live in landover with more on early voting. a lot of people come out today, tom? tom: yes, alison. if you saw the video early it's busy in rockville and really busy in landover. to my right is where you vote but you have to wait for quite a line.
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work yet. a woman waited 45 minutes. check out the line at the prince george's sports and learning complex going this way. we won't be able to show you this it's so long. this is three to a side. look how many people have come out. the early voting number will go up a lot because we the folks in line. this is open until 8:00 tonight. longer as the folks got off of work. i put in a call to the state. they are working to get the numbers statewide. i can tell you what we are hearing is the first day of early voting in maryland has been very, very popular. the fronted door is there. see it in the distance. at times the line has gone out the door. likely to do it tonight when the folks get off work. this is the first day of the
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the d.c. early voting started and virginia's version of the absentee voting started. for more information go to wjla.com. reporting live, tom roussey, abc7 news. larry: amazing. trump's came make america great again. but a new poll finds 54% of the 117 adults asked say things are going well in the country today. votetrak 2016 is getting the pulse of people in area. it has brad bell live in occoquan, virginia. brad? brad: people are engaged. that is what we found here in
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people are paying attention. they want to talk to us. we hear a divide here just like everywhere else. this seems like it's skewing trump. the mom and pop her chants of occoquan are all in when it comes to halloween. there are witches, pumpkins and ghosts everywhere. saturday they hope to draw crowds with a halloween themed kav -- scavenger hunt. she is looking forward to the haunt the town event she helps organized. but the election is the real trick or treat. >> they are talking about politics everywhere. how can you avoid it. >> the economy is still bad.
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less taxes. let us handle things. >> jeweler terry quinn agrees. >> in bible it says feed a man a fish, they eat for a day. teach them, they eat for the rest of their life. hillary's campaign wants to feed everybody. teach them. >> joseph mcen-tire in town for his daughter's wedding says something needs to chain. >> we need to get the political process better control. maybe a shorter election cycle. political reform. there -- fresh blood in there. >> so we have been busy today all over the county here in occoquan and in woodbridge to give an opportunity for people to be heard. coming up at 6:00, more of what people in woodbridge have to say about the presidential election. and the issues that matter to them. in occoquan, brad bell, abc7 news. larry: thank you. now the latest from the "live desk." we have breaking news coming
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d.c. involving a metro bus and a charter bus. this happened in the 4000 of eastern avenue on the border between d.c. and prince george's county. this is an area to avoid now. we are told that the charter bus was carrying elementary school kids. 24 substitutes are reporting minor injuries. two buses collided here. we don't know the cause of the accident. we have a crew on the way to the scene. we have more for you in a few doug: a few more hours to get in on the third week of the photo contest. look at this. this is the shot from gaithersburg yesterday. the sun and the frost on the ground. it's that season. get them in. tonight we pick a winner and we announce it tomorrow on "good morning washington." as far as what is happening out west in hagerstown, just
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the northern neck and areas south of spotsylvania and fredericksburg and the next line coming in. we could have more showers through the everything hours. no lightning and thunder with this batch but we had some with an earlier batch. stay ahead of the weather anytime you want. download the stormwatch7 weather app at the app store or google play. coming up in nine minutes, steve rudin will join me with a spooky stop for halloween season and we have an update on the weekend f larry? larry: thanks. a developing story where two men sexually assaulted a woman and left her on the side of the road. she met the men and the three left together in a minivan to arlington. they assaulted her at gunpoint. the police are looking for suspects. a new report in maryland show
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the most untested kit and some date back to the 1980's. according to the law enforcement agencies some were untested because the charges weren't pursued or prosecutors refused to take the case. alison: eight years ago a water main break made river road in bethesda look like the namesake. that was unbelievable. today they unveiled the future >> this product we are introducing now the pipe with zinc coating on the outside of it will get us that 100 years. alison: if the zinc-coated pipe last 100 year it would be 100% improvement over the lifetime of the pipes they are using now.
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maintain aging infrastructure and the union say they don't feel safe while working. brianne carter is covering metro tonight. brianne: the transit authority demanded answers for leadership failures. >> i'm here today because i'm frustrated. time come to respect safety. >> brian: antonio has been at metro for seven years and claim the safety rules are broke on the get the done. at times they are being bullied. >> you believe threatening them is the best way to manage the system, you will never have a workforce that trusts you or anyone in management. >> raymond jackson a board member for the union representing 3900 metro workers says some employees don't feel safe while out working on the track. >> not all the time.
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say. >> that is not what we are doing. we met with every employee and they know the safety trumps service. >> this is the same day we are getting new information where federal inspectorses were forced to get out of the way of a train inspecting the track. coming up hear what the chief safety officer said about the incident. in northwest washington, brianne carter, abc7 news. alison: you can sign up for the text alert for text metro. larry: uber revolutionized the way people get around and today they upped the ante. wired magazine reporting that uber issued a white paper to promise flying cars in the next decade. they plan to call it elevate.
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alison: in ten years? we need it around the beltway. up an over. coming up, walking between the lines. what is happening to hundreds of kids each year in crosswalks and what the experts say is to blame. larry: later the changing tune when it comes to cranberries and women's health. alison: it's n this happened in the continental u.s. this morning and it's not too far away. >> judgment day for the man that hit and killed officer noah leotta. his sincere apology and prison
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>> with the weather getting chillier it's time for kids to bundle up before heading to school in the morning but not everybody can afford a winter coat. this was the scene in alexandria where firefighters were giving out coats to 300 preschool kids. this has become an annual event. they started it six years ago. >> we give the kid a new coat. build their self-esteem, build confidence up. these kids might not go to
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so now they are missing two nutritional meals and they are also missing, nurturing their mind getting an education. alison: in all the program provides coats to 2,000 children in the area. larry: wow! alison: isn't that great? larry: a lot of coats. good for them. alison: so generous on their part. wonderful, high doug. it's coat weather. warm up a little bit. doug: a break over the weekend. 70, 72 over the weekend. we are already. not totally into fall weather all the time. but certainl then. alison: okay. doug: i think steve rudin is in the position to give us chills here as part of the spooky start this season. steve is not far away at a cool house. all decked out for the season. what do you got. >> a lot of people joining us and this is darlene, along
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you have done this for how many years? >> 15 years. >> each year it grows bigger and better. what do you notice most about when people come by? >> they want to make sure we'll do it. people are so glad you did it and they continue to do it. people stop. steve: what is your favorite part of the dem rations -- >> taking it down. steve: my goodness! speaking of taking the decorations down moving to the end of the month. monday is halloween, of course. what can we look forward to here once these decorations come down? >> it will be christmas. i will start working on christmas. there is a lot to do for christmas. >> what do you do? visual preview? >> inside and out. everything here probably moves or lights up with something different. steve: i'll make a promise. we will come back for
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>> great. steve: darlene, thank you so much. there is the christmas decorations stop number one. tomorrow we will have another one. come halloween day we will be at another house on monday. we head back inside to doug with the latest forecast. doug: all right. steve, we will start off the coverage this time with the image september to us by wendy -- sent to us by wendy white in loudoun county. a few days ago we had a rainbow and the fall color. beautiful image. an hour left before we choose third week of the fall foliage contest. send images to burst.com/wjla. the first batch of rain through the metro to the south and east. the next line coming from hagerstown west of interstate 81. one more line with the cold front itself. yet to clear western maryland. we will look at the main area of rain which is south and east of the city. moving to the chesapeake bay. brief moderate downpours contained there.
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one more line to go hear behind that the winds will kick up tonight. to help clear the skies and bring in the cooler air. it's not cold. just cooler by morning. 44 in germantown. 46 to ashburn and manassas. 46 in largo. 47 in waldorf. we are the next seven days for you. 60 degrees tomorrow. a lot of sunshine. it will be breezy throughout the area tomorrow. northwesterly winds. 10 to 15 to gust to 25 miles per hu on sunday, the temperatures in the lower 50's for the marine corps marathon. partly sunny, 74. late day showers on sunday with the next cold front to lead us into partly cloudy and cool halloween. tuesday warming up. wednesday warming up. 60's and 20's with the sunshine. still mild by wednesday. special halloween treat i would like to present our dancing mummy with the halloween forecast. here we go! don't ask me to get in there and dance with the mummy.
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orthopedic center to get my back fixed. it's ideal weather. alison: are you doing zumba? doug: mummies got to move. larry: now i smoe what you do between the -- know what you do between the shows. alison: good shape. thanks for that. larry: thanks. one of the most famous swimmers taking a new plunge. alison: that is right. plus a fine feathered friend with a few feathers out of place. find out cheryl: i'm cheryl conner inside a waldorf salon now providing free services to cancer patients. we'll tell you where it is and how to get involved coming up.
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northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive gration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. 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
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? ? ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ? ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.] ? hush my darling... ? [snoring.] ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.] take the roar out of snore.
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a mom who had breast cancer and died in a car accident chen johnson was 16 years old. >> i feel like i'm honoring her by giving to women and men and teenagers. that are affected by cancer. >> she wants women to know her only symptom before cancer diagnosis.
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>> according to the c.d.c. pap smears do not detect ovarian cancer. she hopes the treatment at the salon will give her the strength to keep fighting. larry: wow! alison: no one deserves it more. than those ladies. wonderful. larry: absolutely. alison: we wish her the best. still ahead on "abc7 news at 5:00" -- crushed. new research on how much good cranberries really can do for women prone to urinary tract may have the right-of-way at a crosswalk. find out the mistakes some are making to put themselves at risk. scott: i'm scott thuman live with the last leg of the whistle stop tour through the battleground states. what are they fighting about in florida.
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larry: he played russian roulette with everyone on the road. kevin lewis tells us that luis reluzco owned up to the deadly mistake and promised to do better. >> we were faced with a parent's worst nightmare. >> rich leotta says although
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maximum penalty for vehicular manslaughter, ten years in prison is not enough. >> this is not a violent crime? tell that to my son. kevin: reluzco smoked pot, took xanax and drooping oblivion at the rockville -- drank to oblivion at the rockville hooters. then he drove and killed noah leotta. >> justice served as best it could be. long sentencing. >> make no mistake. there is no joy in the courtroom. >> in court, rich leotta raised a photo of noah's headstone, look it reluzco in the eyes and said, "this is what i have left. this is what you have given me." reluzco with tears in his eyes later issued a candid genuine apology saying the amount of times i drove drunk over 30 years it's amazing i didn't kill someone before.
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vow to conquer his alcoholism and mentor others in a battle with the bottle. >> now he will have a chance to do something about it. we heard his words. we heard what he said. that he wants to change his life. i pray that he does. kevin: in rockville, i'm kevin lewis. abc7 news. alison: to politics now, and the final leg of the beyond the podium trip, down the east coast, brings us now to where a political battle other is shaping up. florida. scott thuman with significant developments tonight. hi, scott. scott: hi, alison. the big developments would be that in this big prize of florida, there is a tiny shift in the polls. bloomberg's newest poll came out that showed donald trump with a two-point lead. meaning he could very well win this coverted trophy of a
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board. remember, florida has 29 electoral votes. more than 10% of what you need to win the white house. the stakes couldn't be higher. our final destination on the whistle stop tour through east coast swing states is orlando. in the sunshine state the political intensity is burning bright. floridians may again be central to last-minute moves in the campaign. here voters know anything can happen. >> don't remind me. >> i have concerned with the immigrants coming in. >> who can forget how florida became the decider in 2000 when gore versus bush separated by 537 votes. now trump calls it a must-win and clinton hopes it serves as trump waterloo. both teams talked to me about why they are so confident. >> record turn-out in florida.
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proportion of people requesting vote by mail. >> the democrats have done very, were vel. the republicans do well on election day. there are not where they are traditionally. they need to be ahead. >> early voting indicates a nail biter. more than 1.5 million ballots cast and the republicans with a razor thin advantage. polling shows he does better among seniors and she is winning th >> i will be voting but i'll write in who i believe is the correct people for the job. >> this is a state that voted twice for bush and yet twice for obama. so we have seen so far the pendulum with swing politically. that's why you can expect plenty of trips for hillary clinton and donald trump and
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for the sunshine state. live in orlando, scott thuman, back to you. alison: thank you for that. now to an update to a story we brought you yesterday. the autographed front page of the "new york times" from the day after september 11 sold for $11,000. the page was signed by gerald ford, jimmy carter, george h.w. bush, bill clinton and george w. bush. it was estimated to sell between $6,000 and $8,000. the money "tuesday's children." larry: we have breaking news for you now out of north dakota. this is in the last 20 minutes. the police began using pepper spray on the protesters. they are a posing an oil pipeline for private land there. this is north dakota. we will keep you posted on what happens. alison: when you call 911 in an emergency you may wonder
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wonder will they get here at all? lisa fletcher is here with the preview of her upcoming investigation. lisa, are you saying there is a chance when you call 911 they won't arrive at all? lisa: if you are calling from a cell phone there is a good chance they won't find you. no fault of the 911 center or the responders. it falls on the technology used or in this case not used by the cell phone carriers. we put all four major cell phone carriers to the test. verizon, at&t, sprint. i dialed 911 from inside the emergency call center to see if they could pin point my location. three failed completely. not because the technology isn't available but rather according to our sources because nobody is forcing cell phone carriers to use it. >> the rules do not require a specific technology. there is the gray area.
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carriers accountable to make sure they implement those. lisa: what do the cell phone companies and the f.c.c. have to say about it? i share that at 11:00 and the details of the test. >> wow! i can't wait for that. >> coming up at "abc7 news at 5:00" -- helping the injured. what you can do to help server hit by a car at a popular local restaurant. >> i'm mike carter-conneen outside the trump hotel where another protest was held nominee for president. coming up why some are unhappy about the rules and where they can gather and protest here. alison: tonight two men arrested accused of abusing two young children. the cases are not connected but victims have two things in common. how is common ground at the victim's school helped them come forward. new at 6:00. larry: as we head to break, check out the spooky sight
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crab nebula. we will take you to steve's
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steve: i'm abc7's steve rudin live at temple hills at the spooky stop number one. let me tell you what a sight it is. a great house here at temple hills. i hope you can take a look at it. let's talk about what is going because there are so many things going on around the d.m.v. we start you off with a halloween hustle 5k. that is this saturday. it will start off on the cool side. with the temperatures only in the mid-al 40's -- middle 40's and eventually making it to the upper 50's by 10:00. middle 60's and breezy by 11:00. for marine corps marathon it will be a warm mid-morning in the afternoon with the temperatures that will make it into the 70's. and let's talk about
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your trick-or-treat forecast calls for the temperatures in the 50's. it will warm up by the middle of next week. back in the middle 70's. of next week. back in the middle 70's. "abc7 news at 5:00" continues northern virginia, on the issues, donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. 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
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alison: "7 on your side" with
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tract infection can tell you how painful it can be but michelle marsh has sobering news about a popular home remedy. michelle: a lot of moms would tell their daughters an children cranberries would help cure a u.t.i. plenty of parents pass the advice to the kids as well. now a publish for the j.a.m.a. website says the benefits of the little red berries are just a myth. cranberry capsules didn't urinary tract infections. they account for 9 million doctors visit and more than million trips to the hospital each year. the best treatment is antibiotics. larry: thanks. go right to it. thank you. it turns out not all penguins like the cold. that is a penguin wearing a wet suit at seaworld in orlando. it turns out the female
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can happen to penguins. as a result, the penguin was having a hard time regulating the body temperature. put on a wet suit. i didn't know they made it in that side. alison: custom made one. looks happy now. before he swam for the gold it turns out he was wearing it on his finger. according to the arizona public olympian michael phelps secretly married his long-time girlfriend nicole johnson in june. copy of the marriage license showed they were married neither one of the couple said anything about the wedding but johnson posted a picture of them and their son on instagram and called at it memorable night. there you go. larry: i don't blame him not saying anything. the cameras were on him all the time. coming up, max scherzer made history with not one but two no-fitters last season.
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larry: a fund raiser is
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car earlier in month. victoria gonzalez was hit working on the front patio. the mother of two is still being treated for her injuries. the fundraiser is going on until 9:00 tonight. alison: crosswalks are supposed to be a safe haven for pedestrians but sobering news for the nation's school children. from the national highway traffic administration tonight. five teens die every week while walking. distracted walking is on the rise among school children of all ages. especially kids who are the administration says pedestrian deaths for people ages 12 to 19 jumped 13%. just in the past two years. larry: goal updoubt on breaking news with the metrobus and a charter bus. stephen tschida getting to the scene. what can you tell us? stephen: check out the scene behind me. you can see the metrobus on eastern and randolph.
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to the side of the metro bus. when we arrived here we saw a number of small children being evaluated. we understand that more than 40 children were evaluated. several adults as well. nodydy -- no definitive word yet. eastern avenue, ran doll closed off. you can see the scene active. we'll get as much information as we can. not sure how the accident took the metro bus was broadsided. we will be on the scene and be back shortly to bring you up to date with the latest we found. reporting live, stephen tschida, abc7 news. larry: erik smith has a check of traffic. erik: it has been a tough ride
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the reason here is for the accident on 95 north, past route 32 blocking the left center lane. last check they may be moving it out of your way now. that has been very tough to the northbound ride. you are going 8 miles per hour on average through the stretch. it's a big mess. parkway is slow as well. head to the tollway. this is the inner loop with the retrodways and a -- congestion. look at the capital beltway as well. there is not a lot of letting up so far. look at the cameras to look at 66 westbound, past the route 123 out of fairfax. it will be a tough ride. we head to beltway for one last look in river road near bethesda. both directions are a crawl looking southbound here. that is all from the traffic center for now. back to you. larry: thank you for the update.
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already in some part of the country. this is video from pennsylvania where the temperatures are dropping below freezing. the arizona hit with snow. however it has already melted. alison: okay. well, the virginia department of transportation setting aside $214 million to keep roads clear this winter. vdot has 13,000 pieces of h trucks and loaders and 652,000 tons of salt and sand. they are ready. larry: tomorrow at "good morning washington" i'll be with you at 4:24 a.m. and why hundred of snowplows are hitting the morning commute. no snow out. alison: you bet gore to bed. you have to get up in a bit.
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about the snow video? doug: we will see what happens this winter. a long way off. maybe a lot of snow or a little snow or in between. it will do what it will do. it's smart to test out the system and the equipment and everything else in anticipation. there is snow in the mountains to the north. they will calm down and have a warmup over our part of the country and northeast heading to the weekend and part of the northeast. at the moment the cold front is well west. another line of showers is approaching. most of these will peel northeast and miss the metro. we have a good downpour here but i think that is it. tonight only a few showers expected and then rapid clearing. that will lead us in the short-term what will happen weather wise at r.f.k. with d.c. united and montreal. the temperatures will be 60. there could be showers and we will see the clearing skies
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tomorrow is gusty. winds 15 to 20 miles per hour. plenty of sunshine. 60 degrees. tomorrow night is friday night lights and the scott abraham will report live from seneca and damascus. tomorrow is good footballware. 60's to the upper 40's. we look ahead for the weekend. saturday is 70. 74 for sunday. the weather is great for halloween. dry, cool, temperatures in the 50's f trick-or-treat. the next seven days, 370's, 6 -- 70's and 60's and everything looking good. we clear it out tom. that is the latest. back to you. larry: the nationals baseball season ended a couple of weeks ago. can you blame max scherzer's wife tossing a dirty jersey in the house in the garage? it was the one that max wore when he threw his second
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scherzer tweeted out saying she is sleeping on the couch. alison: then he said i found dirty purses and put them in the trash. that is an all-out war. larry: oh, no, you didn't. alison: get away from my purse. erin hawksworth understands at r.f.k. stadium where d.c. unite is getting ready for a playoff game with montreal. don't touch the purses, right? erin: yeah, don't put my bags in the trash or we will have a problem. beautiful evening for a playoff game. these two teams have taken dramatically different paths to the playoffs. montreal has been struggling down the stretch. they have been inconsistent and while d.c. united have been consistent and ramping it up when it matters most. >> be in the moment. have a great night. >> a season that started way back in march has come to this. >> i think it will be a lot of
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fresh. erin: at training this week, head coach ben olsen tried to keep it light. sometimes very light. anything to help the players deal with the playoff pressure. >> it's as big normal as possible. >> they understand. they are good pros that for the games. erin: the black and red were the gold standard of the mls when the league formed in the mid1990's. they won three titles with fourth and the most recent championship in 2004. with the former player and head coach love to add to the trophy case. >> i have come here to win a
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the community overall. erin: so i was curious how much does home field advantage matter in this situation? 11 of 13 home teams won. this is the rally raccoon. r.f.k. is the oldest stadium in the mls. the story is there is actu and sometimes they are inside the stadium. this has become the unofficial mascot, if you will. pretty cute! alison: very cute. >> i like that. alison: all right. larry: i didn't realize that. alison: exactly. all right, erin. thank you. coming up here on "abc7 news at 5:00" -- ground zero for political protests. larry: demonstrators setting up shop outside trump hotel in d.c. but figuring out whose property they are protesting on is proving to be tricky.
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jonathan: breaking news. fight at temple hill condo building, the power will not be turned on at the lynnhill condo. they havele in friday to get what they want from the condo. but the judge said they could not make a ruling because the utility company was not at the hearing. maureen: the protesters were back outside the new tramp international hotel in d.c. today. this is not the first protest this week and probably won't be the last. mike carter-conneen reports with 12 days until the election, that sidewalk on pennsylvania avenue is protest central. >> protesters again demonstrating outside donald trump's d.c. hotel today. >> they go on and on. >> in the grand opening, they got a permit to gather in the
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the property ends fly. testers are not in the plaza area. the general services administration property now leased by the trump organization. >> this is still public space. pennsylvania avenue. we have a right to be here. >> security guards have kept distance this week. protesters rally nearby with or without the permit. >> the constitution and we have a right to >> there are no clear violations here but the government agencies have oversight of this. backward is the national park service and forward is g.s.a. to the right is a sidewalk regulated by m.p.d. stepping in the roadway is d.d.o.t. >> any protest permitted in the sidewalk and the park service area, less than 25 individuals does not need a permit. anything lodger than is part of a permit to the office.
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permitted or not the protesters say they will be back. in northwest washington, mike carter-conneen, abc7 news. announcer: from abc7 news this is a breaking news alert. jonathan: we begin with breaking news coming to you from washington. there is a crash involving a charter bus filled with children, elementary school age and metrobus. stephen tschida is live at the scene. what can you tell stephen: we are here on eastern avenue. this is an active scene underway. there is a school bus from the public charter school. we do understand that 14 children were on thes but and they were evaluated.
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no severe injuries we understand at this time. the aboutcity scene. -- active scene. at this time it doesn't appear that anyone was severely injured. reporting live, abc7 news, stephen tschida. maureen: thank you. new at 6:00, two children and prince william county have come forward telling police they are victims of sexual assault. the two crimes and the victims share things in common. as we report they attend the same school. and video warned children about sexual predators. >> sometimes when you really trust, someone will violate the trust. >> educational videos shown in the prince william county school to help give students a voice to report sexual abuse. 28-year-old mark stone of manassas is now facing rape charges after police say he

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