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the rental home out on the street and they notified authorities that there was somebody else inside the house. firefighters put a ladder up to the second floor and went into the bedroom where they found a resident of the home unresponsive. didn't give him of emergency medical care here at the scene and he has been transported to washington hospital center in critical condition. investigators here are trying to figure out exactly what happened and how it started and where it started. one think they know is that there were working smoke detector errors in the home and that helped get to of the three occupants out. adrianna: let's get a check of your forecast. veronica: you will need a small umbrella today. i am tracking moderate rain south but for the general p
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occasional showers moving through for the morning rush. the roads in some areas will be wet. will behtime forecast at 72 degrees and in the afternoon and evening, mid 70's. notice the small spread in temperatures across the area today. part of the recent is the northeasterly wind. a cold front for the latter part and saturday,ek high pressure which makes for a delightful weekend. have showers through pennsylvania, maryland, d.c. and virginia and tomorrow looks similar with think starting to improve a bit on friday. but not until the get rain from baltimore and through d.c. and richmond through the end of the work week. loop: delays on the outer
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towards virginia. the crashes on river road on the left side of the highway. we have a crash eastbound on after 70 four. accident activity with the eastbound lanes closed. frombound 95 is congested dale city pushing northward. on0 minute ride is expected northbound i-95. that is your traffic watch. to you. autria: breaking right now, a violent night in the district. two shootings leaving three people dead. let's go to ryan hughes in northwest. ryan: d.c. homicide and detect lives have been out here for more than six hours. detectives are
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they are focusing their attention on the third house, that is the area where the shooting happened in. evidence markers outside. it was shortly after midnight three adult men were found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. two of the men were inside and one was outside. all three were taken to the hospital where two of the victims died. the third victim's condition is unknown and the shooter is at large. officers are looking for a black bmw. a short time before that, one person was shot in the pickup on hunter place northeast and that victim was killed. no arrests have been made.
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police are carefully going through the same and are looking for evidence on the street and in the home. block will be shut down for several hours. no arrests have been made in either of the two deadly shootings. northwest. in autria: happening now, hundreds are unaccounted for as wildfires shoot through california. hopkins hasnna more. peoplea: more than 100 are heard and at least 200 .eople are missing crews battling flames in santa rosa workforce to let homes burn. mike's
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parents, they died when the fire tore through their home. >> it hits so fast and they didn't have a chance. my mother had a stroke and she couldn't move well and my father would never have left her. the wildfires are ranking among the five deadliest in california. flames have next down electricity and cell phone and in sonoma county, entire neighborhoods have been destroyed. we do have a live report from santa rosa coming up at 630. autria: there is new fallout from the deadly accident involving the uss mccain. overnight, the navy fired the ship's top two officers. admiral and vice admiral were relieved from their duties. and they called the collision
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larry: people at a gaithersburg karate studio are in shock after a coach is accused of sexually abusing one of his students. garita was arrested. >> it is devastating to know that someone would stab our coach in the back like that. >> i feel like this is a nightmare and i hope he is proven innocent because what has happened to him, he shouldn't be going through this. larry: the suspect is being held and the investigation is ongoing. members of congress and nfl players will face off against u.s. capitol police. during halftime, david bailey and kryal
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honored. they are the two saved lives at baseballessional practice. proceeds go to a benefit for u.s. military families. larry: the u.s. soccer team failed to qualify for the world cup. all they had to do was tied and they were in but an incredible 30 yarder from trinidad sealed the deal. it is the first time they will sit out the world cup since 19 86. autria: bummer. are resting up after game four was postponed. there was a steady rate in chicago. you are taking a live look with drizzle coming down. officials moved the game to this afternoon and veronica says this game should
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it is a big one because they are facing elimination. 4:08 thish is at afternoon. winter in washington. larry: this morning, a sure sign that holidays are around the corner. autria: plus, fallout for harvey weinstein. >> it is likely take a step forwards and backwards. this is his form of
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i would like to see abortion be banned. if ed gillespie would like to see abortion banned, i would like to see i would like to see i would like to see that ed gillespie never becomes governor.
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larry: hard to believe it but the national christmas tree lighting starts this week. you can apply for a chance to attend the festivities. at can find more information wjla.com. it doesn't feel like christmas season. autria: it doesn't even feel like fall.
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they are changing. if you have been missing for the fall like temperatures, we have changes coming in for the weekend. settle back into this pattern gently. this morning, you may want to get a early start because we have rain under some of the start. this is not a big temperatures spread at all. the wind is fairly light and tomorrow, rain and wind. we do have the rain, first things first. oft of the area, the bulk the area, spotty and light showers. consistent rain down across calvert county. we do have a high temperature today of
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rainch as .5-one inch of through the work week. tomorrow, there is your cool temperature. julie: lanes are open with no accidents you are at the wilson bridge. the trouble area is in virginia. a fuel spill was reported on 95 northbound. a 22 minute ride out of deal city up to the beltway. also for those traveling heavy volume out of manassas with a 32 minute ride heading back into the capital beltway. 7:15, look for that to be a 50 minute ride. that is the traffic watch. what can you do with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day. or keep 'em both for this handsome devil.
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fast-moving developments in the harvey weinstein scandal. autria: more victims are coming forward. adrianna: the obamas are condemning be disgraced hollywood executive. in their first public comment, they say they are "disgusted by reports of sexual harassment of harvey weinstein" and call for him to be held accountable. and the university of california has rejected their endowment. -- rejected harvey weinstein's and dominant. think that harvey weinstein understands or comprehends how much pain and suffering this brings to me and other women. adrianna: quite as paltrow and angelina jolie say they were harassed by harvey weinstein. he denies many allegations. issues witht he had his ha
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minute. the supreme court has dismissed one of the two challenges to the presidents travel ban. suit discriminated against muslims but as the white house issued a new version of the travel ban, that takes effect next wednesday. larry: trump makes his case for tax reform. released last month called for shrinking numbers in individual tax brackets and reducing corporate tax breaks. theia: trump is threatening nfl tax breaks following protests by players. they discuss requiring players to stand for the national anthem. >> i think we would support the nfl coming
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, we support the flag and the national anthem. adrianna: the white house say they are glad to see the nfl taking positive steps. wrapper, -- rapper, eminem, shared a new message. >> we take one step over and backwards, this is his form of distraction, plus he gets an enormous reaction -- these horrible tragedies -- twitter storm. -- true: his rap autria:
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criticized even his own supporters who voted for term. a new development discovering 12 acres along main avenue. 3 million square feet of hotels and residences and a new concert venue. the foo fighters headline the show tomorrow night. along the wharf, i will be out there tomorrow morning. watch for a life of work starting tomorrow on abc seven. autria: it is an indoor-outdoor thing but do thief who fighters have to worry about rain? veronica: the fans will have to. take a poncho. neededk long, we have the rain.
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other thing we need is a cool down. it has been warm and apartment complexes have already turned the air off. and they have started switching over to putting the heat on. will be going up before we cool down in the early part of next week. showers are moving through from west to east and northeast. st. mary's county through stafford county. more spotty showers into loudoun county and western maryland. we will have a little bit of ain into the day today with little bit of sunshine coming your way. the rooms are wet so temperatures later today, will drop.s you may need to pull the jackets out by the end of the work week. tomorrow, it could get gusty.
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sunshine. if you have plans on friday for going out, more rain falling. just a small umbrella. sunday looks very nice. my pick, that is the best a out of the upcoming weekend. next week on monday, rain on the monday morning rush. julie: we are looking at delays because of problems with accidents. southbound 270, a 30 minute average speed dropping down to 22 miles per hour. watch for that to be a 17 minute commute. hamilton into leesburg, this is business seven. this is what we a crash involving a tanker truck.
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seven remain closed. for some reason, my clicker is not working. we do have a 30 minute commute north of potomac mills. the in 10 minutes to update ride at people's bridge. larry: coming up, airbnb, and see? turning one couples vacation into a nightmare.
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>> you are watching good morning washington, on your side. >> in this morning's gma first look, the k-swiss couple had no idea they were eating ordered in their airbnb rental. a camera was hidden in the smoke was looking down on the bed. the couple rented the home from this man. police found two smoke to your camera that recorded audio and video.
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for two years. airbnb prohibits cameras in private areas like bedrooms. the company say "we are outraged .t a boards of what happened as soon as we were made aware, we permanently banned this individual." coming up, we tell you how to spot a hidden camera.
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>> now, "good morning washington" on your side. larry: the death toll from the devastating fires in california overnight. 15 our trick of hundreds more are unaccounted for. the fires continue to reach, burning entire neighborhoods to the ground. >> autria, larry, we are standing on a sidewalk in front of what used to be a house. all we can identify is a chimney to the left
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these are the only things we can identify from the entire neighborhood being decimated. as crews make progress, they say people in neighborhoods like this will have a difficult discovery ahead. it oneonally, i think of of the worst disasters in california history. >> the amount of resources we put into it. >> most of the fire scorched forests and consumed homes on sunday. thousands were forced from their homes with little more than the clothes on their back. >> if they just left there house, they grabbed car keys and left everything else behind. >> some have been able to return to begin picking up the pieces. >> it is completely unrecognizable. >>
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assistance, federally. welcome news for those affected in the area. >> we are trying to keep people alive. that the fire raced so fast that it moved the length of a football field every three seconds. andeople have homes businesses standing, there are 75,000 customers in california without power. back to you. autria: the wildfires exploded so quickly tanks to the santa ana wind. larry: why is it so bad this year? veronica: the real reason is because it has been so dry. drier than usual. and the wind this year has been stronger. you take typical wildfires that occu
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conditions, so much worse. set up this time of year with a clockwise flow so the wind comes through the canyon passes. low pressure goes to the south which makes the wind that much stronger. the underbrush has been acting as tender for the flames say you get passes with wind increasing through the passes. and it is a vicious cycle. the winch today will be strong and tomorrow, same situation setting up. it will be a while before they get a handle on this. it could be more costly than irma. today for us,
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a small umbrella. fog will set in for the overnight. weekend, look at your coming up. julie: roads are open with the stalled car before king street. a 20 minute ride on the beltway. a crash continues to block eastbound 7. and that is headed towards route nine. this information comes from the latin county sheriff's department which says he rode will remain closed off until further notice. take alternative routes. a 28 minute ride from frederick, within this stretch, and earlier stalled car. within this hour, it will look a bit better. back in 10
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ride in the northeast. breaking now, a violent night in the district. two shootings leaving three people that. let's go to ryan hughes. ryan: i caps off lane lambert in a block away who says he heard the sound of multiple gunshots echoing through the streets overnight. this does remain an active crime scene. police and homicide detectives have been out here for hours, focusing their attention on this right side, there are multiple evidence markers sitting out there on the sidewalk near where the shooting happened. it is shortly after midnight that police were called to the 6200 block of h street northwest with multiple people shot.
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three men were found suffering from gunshot wounds. three were found, it to inside and went outside. the third victim's condition is unknown. for aals are looking black bmw in connection to the shooting. and a short time before that, one person was shot in a pickup truck on hide place northeast where he victim was also killed with no arrests being made. through theoing crime zone and they have been out here for hours. or out.s allowed in police tell us it will remain this way for several hours. the 6200 block of h street northwest will remain closed for several hours. police will wait for the sender come up to gather more details. either ofis known in the shootings but we do have three people who were killed
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a violent night. autria: a man is being held without bond after arresting -- after being arrested for assaulting an eight-year-old girl. a girl was sitting on a chair was completingt a transaction at a grocery store. larry: police are hoping surveillance video will help the find the victim -- find suspects in an armed robbery. if it suspect drove a getaway car. police believe some of the same been pulled off an armed robbery on september 1. that happened in a food truck next to the exxon.
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one pointed a gun. >> he told me to get on the ground and i thought it was a joke. is -- he told me no, it was a robbery. larry: police have released images of the suspects. rj code joe biden will make an appearance on saturday morning in reston. mike pence will be appearing with ed gillespie. the campaign hasn't said whether trump will make appearances. election day is november 7. larry: still ahead, vegas strong. adrianna: -- autria: the message on the ice of lives lost.
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cnarrator: ed gillespie and i wants to endis ad. a woman's right to choose. ed giof a woman'sd put thpersonal decisions,rge not women and their doctors. as governor, ed gillespie says, i would like to see abortion be banned. if ed gillespie would like to see abortion banned, i would like to see i would like to see i would like to see that ed gillespie never becomes governor.
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veronica: a mild morning. a little bit wet. we haven't gotten rain in arlington. spotty, is
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mentioned. todays all we will see until noon. we increase rain chances in the afternoon. the high temperature today -- 10 more than 10 degrees down from yesterday. when i return, i show you why you will need a jacket tomorrow. julie: on the roads we show you why we have problems. especially if you are traveling in northeast. the camera showing delays into the third street tunnel where we have reports of a stalled vehicle before florida avenue. 395, northbound from the beltway headed into the 14th street bridge, and them back to the map, delays there because of a stalled vehicle pulled over on the shoulder and eastbound on is a seven, colonial highway, eastbound lanes are closed due to a
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autria: coming up on good morning washington, disturbing allegations of abuse. call him,udents saying he changed their lives through karate but another student says he is an abuser. coming up, and investigation.
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>> you are watching good morning washington, on your side. come backeaking as we on the air, flames tear through an arlington home overnight. larry: suzanne kennedy is live with the latest. suzanne: good morning. over the last few hours, investigators have been going through this house carefully, trying to figure out how this fire started. it started around 1:00
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three people at the time inside this property. when firefighters arrived, they found two of the people who lived here in the street. and they notified officials they there was one person inside the house. man did find the unconscious. did transport him to washington hospital center in critical condition. right now, they don't know what the cause of the fire is or how it started that when authorities arrived, they heard fire detectors going off which got the two occupants outside of the house safely. autria: thank you. happening today, the isgressional football game today. members of congress and former
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against u.s. capitol police. during halftime, david bailey and krystal griner will be honored who save lives during the shooting at the gop congressional baseball practice. tickets for tonight's game will be $10 and go to charities that benefit military and law enforcement families. adrianna: new developments in the las vegas massacre. mgm is questioning the latest timeframe of the shooting. it raises questions about why backup didn't get there sooner and why it took authorities so long to find stephen paddock. today, mgm says timeline may be inaccurate but they are not elaborating. larry: last night, a strong show the nhl inaugural homeowner. there
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advertising with held on the ice, devoting that space o "vegas strong." autria: a blood drive will be held this afternoon in mclean. go today to donate. developing now, a gaithersburg community in shock. larry: the owner of a karate karate company sexual abuse.of cracks it is located in this building in gaithersburg, in the base -- in the basement. is the owner, a student accused him but other parents
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children support him. they don't believe the claims that he inappropriately touched a female karate student during class between january-june of this year. listen to two of the students helped karate and frank them build their confidence. >> devastating to know that somebody would stab our coach in the back like that. >> i feel like this is a nightmare. and i really hope he is proven innocent because he shouldn't be going through this. morning, he is being held in jail without bond. parents should talk to their kids about their contact with him. autria: thank you. for the usabreak men's soccer as the team failed to qualify for the 2018 world cup.
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tie but an incredible 30 yarder from the opposing team sealed the deal. the first time they will sit out of the world cup since 1986. that hurts. andnationals are resting up getting ready -- game four was postponed to this afternoon. there was steady rain in chicago which moved the game to today. a big one here for the nats. today andto win tomorrow at nationals park in order to advance. at 4:08.ch is autria: it is dreary in chicago but you think it will move out? veronica: it will. and the system is moving this way. tomorrow, rain with wind. windll get a little bit of with gusts around 25 miles per hour. out the door, showers out there. a few minor issues for us.
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here is what is going on, rain inside the beltway right now. this is the rain you are seeing on d.c.. swinging through fredericksburg and off to the east so today, out the door, if you have a run to get in because it is 10 days to the marine corps marathon, 71-72 degrees as the temperature with showers continuing to move through. as i mentioned the cold front to the west, this system does eventually get to us. we will get on the other side of this for the weekend. and on the other side, much clearer conditions. a beautiful weekend but first, the rain. tomorrow's high temperature, 67 degrees. start to drop off by friday night. mind, rain at 7:00 and 8:00. friday night, foggy and foggy on
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to go to. the ground will be wet so you may want to wear older shoes. we will start to dry out most of looking dry with rain on monday. julie: delays on the roads. bumper-to-bumper traffic especially for those trying to make their way northbound 395. 27 minute ride from the beltway towards the 14th street ridge. a stalled car on the shoulder is gone. delays traveling inbound off highway 7 with colonial blocked. a multivehicle crash with a tanker truck and involved. you will find it blocked off between hamilton station road until further notice according to police. stick with the mainline of 7 coming inbound. heading up to springfield, it with a stalled vehicle are braddock road which has been cleared onto the shoulder. that is the traffic watch. back in 10 minutes to let you know if it is slow or go on the beltway. but right now
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[laughter] we talked about this. a big thanks for this great , i don't know pup where he is going but he is taking everybody for a ride. if you want your pet to be the pet of the day, send us a picture. i didn't see a seatbelt on and it is the law so you have to have a seatbelt. kidd: we have driven at the dmv, and we know that some docs could drive better than people. autria: we are giving away a -- in for you to see person. the numbers on your screen right now. if you are collar number seven then you become one of the finalists and we pick the winner next week. it includes tickets to the gma's and a hotel stay. that i
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rogers was added again last night. the bartender from new york who has won 11 games on jeopardy with almost $400,000. here are some of his antics from last night. what is a pontoon plane? >> usa today. 3500? sure. kidd:'s goal was to win two games and he has won 11. if you are not watching him, i suggest you do that. that your dvr before you leave work. so quirky and so entertaining. b won the hustler of the year award last night. home a total of five awards including single of the year. and kendrick
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four awards including best hip-hop video for this video. and also, the hot tip vick performer, lyricist of the year and album of the year. the bt awards took place last night on bt. i posted the full list of winners on my twitter page. there you go, now you are in the now. 62nd express. i think it will be one of the worst disasters in california history area where trying to keep people alive. >> behind me, there are investigators here from the arlington county fire department, working to figure out what happened to cause this fire. >> d.c. police and homicides get is called to h street northwest for multiple people shot. two victims did die. >> students are having a tough time believing -- a 15-year-old told the directives that he touched her
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grexit filling this is a nightmare and i hope he is proven innocent. that heafter reports "a more on" he suggested he has a higher iq and suggested they take a test to prove it. >> and the united states is eliminated. >> first time since 1986. kidd: good thing or bad thing that the nationals get a day of rest? larry: if they can win, baseball teams play every single day, momentum could be there. autria: bring it home. larry: they should take advice from rogers from jeopardy. autria: we are heading to newschannel 8.
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good morning, america. breaking news, new concerns as dangerous winds grow fueling those wildfires raging out of control in northern california. scorching more than 115,000 acres. new evacuations ordered overnight. thousands of homes and businesses destroyed. neighborhoods completely wiped out. only chimneys left standing. the death toll rising now. firefighters trying to battle the blaze and the new red flag warnings this morning. showforce. overnight u.s. bombers conducting military drills over the korean peninsula as tensions rise with the rogue nation. the new reports north korea stole our top secret war plans from south korea. explosive new allegations against harvey weinstein.

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