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sixthest. this is part of a deal with the democratic party chris christie and the legislature to pay for projects. it is 5:00 a.m. good morning, everyone. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we want to start with the weather because this is something we can all get on board with. >> chuck bell is here with the weather headlines. temperatures are going to be way above average for today. out the d morning, it is anything but cold out there. tiches are in the 50s in most neighborhoods. our averages are in the upper 30s to low 40s. that's way above average. more sunshine and warm weather coming ourg way later today. it could be up near records before any rain chances arrive. but breaking down the day to day, 53 degrees at 8:00, 63 at 11:00. 74 at 2:00. and 76 degrees i'm forecasting
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we'll beat the record. i'll tell you when coming up. and fingers crossed, nothing major happening. top of the beltway, 29, 95, everything is look good. in rockville, two different notes of help. they are still lane. see you back here at 5:11. now to decision 2016, in just a week from today we'll know who will be the next president. hillary clinton is headed to las vegas and tempe, arizona.
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democrat for president since 1996. president obama is also campaigning for her. donald trump will be making three stops in florida. and a 3-year-old brought a loaded gun to campus. we are told the security guard checked the little boy's bag and that's when he found the semiautomatic pistol. his father anthony child was charged and arrested on tuesday. c minutes. after two shootings, two nights in a row, two men were shot inside the building on 13th and congress street last night.
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sketches looking for the suspects. and a school bus rear-ended a mustang and went barrelling into the back of a metro bus. six people died. no children were on board at the time. investigators say there were no skid marks at the scene. >> he had no brakes. he couldn't stop. >> two people are in the hospital in critical condition. the ntsb is caused the crash. 5:03 and the community group casa will make a major announcement today about the flower branch apartments' explosion. they are seeking justice for those whose families were torn apart by this. the explosion was caused by a
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angie goff here. we just got live pictures of the black smoke and clouds filling the air. 13 people die in this hour that rapidly spread to nearby houses. it took firefighters while to get this under control. and the australian transport safety bureau says the debris from mh-370 shows that the plane hit the water at a fast descent. the plane was headed to china
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be responsible for robbery at these five locations late monday night. so police say this happened within an hour in northwest. three people had their phones stolen and the other was punched and kicked and his laptop computer was stolen. the attack on the man may be prosecuted as a hate crime. it's still not clear why. no suspects have been identified. and new developments in the murders of two teenagers. police have arre as many as two others who fired into a crowd of more than a dozen people in capitol heights. this person is now in jail. he killed 14-year-old todd west and another man was also killed. they are still trying to identify the shooter. and police need your help
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the 67-year-old went missing from the men's shelter. he suffers from dementia and doesn't have his medication with him. he was last seen wearing a green jump suit. if you see tolbert, police want to hear from you. the death with dignity faces one more vote before the council. this violates religious beliefs some say, but others say it gives the terminally ill a way to avoid prolonged suffering. >> i say everybody should have a choice. >> tonight the council member mary shay will talk about possibilities for residents if
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center. and an ash burn man will face unlawful filming charges after being caught sneaking into the women's locker room at lifetime athletic. the woman was in the shower when she spotted a cell phone under the locker room door back in august. the young woman is helpg and it all comes down to game seven tonight. did you see this grand slam? amazing! monster hit. the chicago cubs beat the cleveland indians 9-3. only three other baseball teams have come back from a 3-1 deficit to win the world series. can the cubs do it? they haven't won a world series since 1908.
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1948. >> a lot on the line. it's time. so we win no matter what, because today you can get a free doritos locos taco at taco bell. >> loco taco. >> this is part of the steal a taco taco. that's part of the baseball tradition. there you go. and the alternative to the epipen. the allergy medication price has skyrocketed, but now two virginia brothers have a solution that could save you hundreds of dollars. plus, chase and then rescued. new video of a suspect being saved. how she ended up in the water
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angie goff here at the live desk where we just got breaking news out of des moines, iowa, where we have learned this morning, early this morning, two police officers were shot and killed. police releasing a statement saying that they believe this was an ambush-style attack.
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they say shortly they will begin a series of media briefings to last throughout the morning. apparently the first discovery was when officers responded to a report of shots fired. that's where they found the officer who had been shot and killed. and then shortly after that, 20 minutes later, at another intersection, they found the other officer. this is a developing story. we continue to bring you the information that continues to come in. desk, thank you. >> good morning. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell and 5:12 on a wednesday morning. it's a mild start to the day and it will stay warm throughout the course of the afternoon. a chance of rain coming our way for tomorrow afternoon before breezy and chilly weather arrives for the weekend. your five-day forecast is coming up at 5:21. highs today, 75 in washington. going out to dinner tonight,
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and mild after8:00 p.m. melissa mollet is here with more on old hundred road. >> is there a new hundred road chuck asked? no, there's not. taking a look northbound and southbound, no big problems on 270 this morning. taking a look at 95 from quantico to the beltway, it will take you 18 minutes going no problems going northbound headed southbound. it's also rolling along just fine for you this morning. overall, indian head highway, branch avenue, pennsylvania avenue, we're fine here. everything is moving nicely this morning. we're going to take a look at maryland coming up. and developing now in the district, a father is taken to jail after his 3-year-old son brings a loaded gun to school. this is kristen wright live at
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>> reporter: think about this for a second, a 3-year-old with a loaded gun inside of a school. but what if in this scenario are just horrible to think about. but this is what police are telling us. they tell us that a security guard checked this toddler's backpack for some reason and found a loaded gun. it was a the father is charged with carrying a pistol without a license and reckless endayment of a child. at this time we don't know exactly why the security guard checked the 3-year-old's bag. but thank goodness they did. kristin, thank you. >> coming up on 15 after the hour now, millenial voters could
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millenials to get their opinions. here's some of what they had to say. >> if you're an african-american millenial, you're concerned about the police in the community, et cetera. you're concerned about graduating with a mountain of student debt. >> jump extent millenials are listening. >> #voteyourpower was the number one trend last night. here's the scene extended, and a
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governor christie. bill baroni and bridget kelly say the closures were part of a study, they thought. the woman was trying to get away from police after crashing her c river. she didn't go easily. a map had to jump into the water to help two other men pull the woman out legs first. look at this. then she was taken to the hospital. and in news4 your health this morning, the maker of epipens may be facing real competition.
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money. the price of this life-saving allergy medication is being brought up affordable once again. it could hit the market sometime next year. all this month you can treat yourself to a yummy sandwich while supporting a good cause. the third round of sandwiches is a fried chicken sandwich with a
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anna seigal from washington magazine with her unforgettable recipes. you can't go wrong. i'm a little competitive. so buy my soul thank you, aaron. take a look at this, if you have taken a tour of the white
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pictures of where president obama lives. >> why don't we have samples to take here we're working on that. outside for today, we are tracking near record high temperatures coming our way for tomorrow. you can get the f weather by finding me on facebook, give me a like or a follow. it will be considerably cooler than today and tomorrow. most important thing this
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weekend. sunset at 5:03. we'll have the sunset before 5:00 by election day. yes, indeed, the sunsets are getting early. 54 degrees on your way out the door. a little patchy here for clouds. i'm forecasting 7 with more sunshine than yesterday. there's the five-day outlook, 77 today. near 80 tomorrow. that does come with a 60% chance of rain tomorrow. the best chance of rain tomorrow is mid to late afternoon. and then breezy on friday. there's your sunny and dry weekend. good morning, melissa. how are things in the traffic department? i still have two different pieces of congressional paving
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to the beltway, you're on time there if you're headed northbound there on 95. we are also looking good on the bwi parkway rolling along nicely as well. 50 at landover road. no problems at 5.
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a tourist from china has been in our area for months after losing both of her legs this summer on a crash on the bwi parkway. >> doctors say with the help of artificial limbs, she will walk again. >> a few weeks ago she ran out of insurance policy money. that's when a stranger came into her life. brian dodge invited her and her
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in fairfax. >> while they need a home here, they can stay here. >> welcome to america. >> and dodge figures it is going to cost about $100,000 for medical treatment for the woman to make her dream come true. you can look on our nbc washington app for information on how to help. hats off to that man for helping a complete st for sure. here's a live look right now outside where you'll notice a difference when you step out the door. a little warmer than this time yesterday. loving it. chuck bell says it's only going to get warmer.
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now at 5:30, the manhunt continues for those accused of conducting a rape on a woman in virginia. and both hillary clinton and donald trump are trying to rally early voters, but one of them says you can change your vote if you already cast your ballot. but first, the warm weather returns. it could be in the 50s right now, but we could set a record
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good morning. i'm eun yang. a happy camper here. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. chuck bell is in the storm team 4 weather center crunching the numbers on this warm wednesday. >> crunch. absolutely. that's going to be a great day to be outside today. the clouds and chilly weather from yesterday are gone. southerly breezes are bringing much wa into a delightfully warm afternoon today. temperatures running about 15 degrees warmer than average. that could put us in the mid to upper 70s for today. tomorrow might be setting a record. the record is 85. that was out of reach. but tomorrow's record is only 80. that one is indanger. your whole ten-day forecast is
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right now it's time for traffic. and red line is shut down completely near noma-gallaudet and fort totten until november 22nd. and southbound rockville pike at congressional lane has reopened. we do have the left lane still getting by the paving there. and right now everything is al taking a look here at 66, no problems from fairfax county parkway all the way to the beltway. travel times for you in ten minutes. i am sick and tired of the dangerous and divisive from those that support donald trump. >> wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your
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since your vote. >> hillary clinton and donald trump at rallies last night. clinton not holding anything back after a protestor interrupted her speech. while donald trump pitched himself to democrats whom he says may have, quote, buyer's remorse. tracie potts is live on capitol hill now with more. good morning. clinton is headed to arizona today. why is she making a play for that state with just six days to go now? >> reporter: it's a red state she hopeso vote for president obama. but according to one forecast i was looking at this morning, she's got a 50/50 chance of turning arizona into the blue column. there's 11 electoral votes that can do a lot to compensate if she loses the mother races like florida or pennsylvania. >> and tracey, what about donald trump's pitch to democratic voters who says there are several states where people can change their early votes. can this happen?
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voting, 26 million, more than 26 million votes have been cast already. and here are the deadlines for those voters trying to vote early in virginia, they need an absentee ballot by 5:00 p.m. saturday. in the district the deadline to vote is friday.
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monday. and coming up, we'll look at how the millenials are feeling with six days left until election day. and two men are accused of sexually assaulting and robbing a 30-year-old woman. she met the two in church last month. she left with them in a minivan and they pulled out a gun and sexually assaulted her. they later took her phone and left her on the side of the road. she was able to flag down help. 5:33 now. jury deliberations begin in the defamation trial against "rolling stone" magazine. attorneys presented closing arguments yesterday. and the administrator is suing
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the attorney for "rolling stone" argue they never doubted the credibility of the alleged victim in the story. and in a few weeks metro will close most of the in-person sales offices. adam tusk says most people get their smart trip cards from machines and online. shutting down the offices will help metro close the budget gap. the agency is also looking into raising fares, cutting services headquarters will stay open. it looks like a brand new potomac yard station is underway. they have given the project environmental approval. next is the actual design. construction is expected to begin late last year. and parents who work in
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a new birth, adoption or have foster children can take family leave. and the death with dignity bill passed in the council committee tonight a presentation will take place to talk about if the bill becomes law. a tough blow to the redskins offensive line. trent williams has been suspended for four games for violating the nfl's substance abuse policy. "the washington post" reports that williams missed the drug test. he will miss games against the vikings, packers, cowboys and cardinals.
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test. the washington wizards home opener is tonight at the verizon center. they are hosting the toronto raptors. home court average may be just what the wizards need to get back on track. they have lost both of first games. and one of the busy intersections in our area is being compared to paris. and the new piece of evidence that police hope will
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vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics.
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welcome back. i sure am happy about this weather. how about that? >> it is going to warm up, right, chuck? >> i wouldn't say it is unusually warm, but we are so warm so often that it is not a surprise anymore.
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and jeeps later on. we'll be into the 70s later today. a-plus for the weather today. 's all around. when we take a look at travel times for you here, take a look in maryland, 270 south to germantown, the spur is just fine. top of the beltway to 270, that time as well. in virginia, 66 inbound, fairfax county to the beltway, we are looking pretty good. listen to wtop 103.5 f.m. when you hop in your car for the latest travel troubles. thank you. it started as what seemed like a car accident and ended in rape. >> the new evidence police want you to see in order to help
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and taxes could soon be climbing on certain items in you live in a certain part of northern virginia. the controversial food tax you'll see on the ballot next week and where the money actually goes. and an old school practice gets new life thanks to
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yes, we have our challenges. we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united,
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now at 5:44, it's an honor that usually goes to movie stars and models, but this time it's going to his and we're getting you ready for decision 2016. how a proposal to fund public schools in our area could cost you more money. and storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell, malice melissa mollet, are going over how the weather and traffic could impact you in a few minutes. but first the latest on the
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suspect in safford county. sheriff's investigators are examining evidence and are on the lookout for the man in this sketch. this morning they're getting a look at new evidence recovered from the scene. investigators recovered this plaid shirt they believe the suspect was wearing when he crashed his suv into a woman's car and then dragged her to a ditch and sexually assaulted her for hours early monday morning. yesterday they also found a woman's shoe in a tree kings highway. neighbors are on edge. this is a sketch of the suspect now. the sheriff's office still needs help tracking him down. be sure to contact them if you have any information. we're going to turn to decision 2016 right now.
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president, but the major hot-button issue is dividing the community. people have to decide whether a meals tax should be added in the county. erika gonzalez is live in fairfax county with more on this. >> reporter: hi, aaron, good morning. so what this means is that any quick stop for breakfast, coffee, bagels, you order the pizza for dinner, that could have an additional tax on it if this goes through. you be the judge of that. you decide. you'lh on november 8th. in fairfax county a proposed meal tax will be on your ballot. 4%. that's 4% on top of the sales tax that you already pay. so as we discussed, these are taxes that you could pay at restaurants, prepared foods at grocery stores. this doesn't apply to groceries themselves, but this will go on top of prepared food.
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and falls church. 4% or not, a lot of people are not happy about this. we'll talk more about that when i see you next in a half hour. back to you. >> erika, thank you. it is now 5:47. today prisoners in the d.c. county jail will get a chance to vote. be sure to follow twitter for
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will prepare for the transition in an office building in northwest washington. 1800 f street is the headquarters for the general services administration. that's a change from past years when transition teams instead operated out of various federal buildings under renovation. the feds say the previous set up delayed other agencies from moving back into their office space. the general services administration is in charge of finding office space and presidential-elect. and comedian bill cosby heads back to court today in a hearing over his 2005 sexual assault case. a judge will decide whether to exclude his damaging decades-old testimony. lawyers say the comedian agreed to answer questions under oath but only after being assured he would not be charged with a crime. the new district attorney had cosby arrested last year after the deposition was unsealed and dozens of new accusers came forward. today a navy man will be in
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off a bridge. san diego police say last month 24-year-old richard sepolio was drunk when he veered off the coronado bridge and plunged 60 feet into a crowded park. four people including a married couple died. he has pleaded not guilty. the woman who detailed her own rape in a ur who -- powerful victim statement has been brock turner was sentenced for the crime and released from jail after serving three months. she received praise from vice president joe biden. i'm angie goff at the live
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des moines, iowa, where a massive manhunt is underway for one suspect. this after two police officers were shot and killed. we just got this picture into the live desk. what you're looking at there is what appears to be a tarp covering one of the police cruisers. the place where one of the officers is believed to have been shot and killed. police saying at that point that the early morning attacks were ambush-style attacks. the second officer died after responding to the report of a we'll stay on top of it. that's the latest from the live desk, eun, back to you. thank you. in news4 your health this morning, technology is coming to doctors visits. sorry, this is a different story it. looks like a pretty large percent annual of dogs are showing symptoms of dementia. let's go to the other story. we are talking about mobile house calls here.
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dermatology and diabetes, so how about an e-visit for the common flu or cold. here's more on the new app out today. >> reporter: have you ever been in this situation before? it's the middle of the night and you or your child has a fever or some other medical issue that is of great concern, and you don't know who to call? there's a new app out today to make it easier to be seen by a doctor for minor conditions without ever leaving your home. purchased the app, then you can dial up the doctor. >> the method for that is through medstar. i can virtually visit with a physician, 24/7/365. you can have the physician see you or your child. >> for more, go to our nbc washington app.
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eun is all excited. >> i love warm weather, especially in november. >> you betcha. a-plus weather again for today. and we have another a-plus kind of a day coming our way tomorrow. temperature-wise, there are rain chances sneaking in for the second half of the day tomorrow. for now, you can leave the umbrella at home. skies are clearing out. we'll have a fair amount of sunshine coming our way today. as far as record highs, today not going to happen.
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out even milder with temperatures near 60 tomorrow morning. and building into the 70s to near 80. but rain chances increase with time during the day tomorrow. here's future weather to help you plan that out. starting off tomorrow at 6:00 a.m., nothing to worry about. a dry commute on thursday morning. thursday, lunchtime, showers are a possibility and our rain chance for tomorrow stands at 60%. so you will want to at least have the umbrella ready to go. here's the exclusi forecast. 77 today. 80 tomorrow. that will bring us much more typical weather on friday. we'll move the clocks back with daylight saving time coming to an end. melissa mollet, show me your misery. i get it, missouri avenue at north capital is shut down.
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because it could be a big impact later in the morning. taking a look at prince george's county, indian head highway is a little slow. and then northbound 5 there in this rio one area is slow as well. northbound rockville is also looking good. and police have arrested one person and are still looking for as many as two others who fired into a crowd of more than a dozen people who were in capitol heights. 22-year-old evan -- has been
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well, you either love them or hate them. we're talking about the traffic circles you find all over d.c. well, now there is a massive roundabout that might be coming to tysons at the busiest intersection. the proposal calls for putting an underground traffic circle at route 7 and 123. space and surrounded by new buildings and residential spaces as well. here's what drivers had to say about it. >> i've never been a fan of roundabouts ever. i think -- i don't know that it's a good idea. >> that would be awesome. anything to keep the track on and to keep the track down a little bit helps. >> if the plan is approved, construction could start in two years. it is 5:55. and today in anticipation of the
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forecast. three weeks from now travelers he go over how much they spend, how expensive tickets are and they will look at rental car and a key interest rate decision is expected today. some believe the rate hike is being held off so it doesn't affect next week's presidential election. good morning, i'm landon dowdy at cnbc headquarters. the live and on demand streaming service is expected early next year.
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espn. i'm landon dowdy. a 3-year-old with a loaded gun inside of a school. but what if this scenario ended horrible? that's something to think about. and donald trump tells voters they can change the ballots they already have to support him. and pang maybe if you live in fairfax county. and a scare tactic gone wrong. when an entire high school is told four classmates are dead. the announcement that had
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e expect to find toys and books, but a gun that a 3-year-old police say that was brought tole school. and who is facing charges because of it? and more on the doomed asia flight mh-370. what we're learning about the final moments. and at the wall -- grand slam! >> and lucky number seven. the cubs get ready to take on the indians in the final game of
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here is a live look from cleveland this morning where it will all be decided later today. what an exciting series. would you want the world series to be like this? the cubs have not won since 1908. >> it will be huge later on today. first up, it's 6:00 a.m. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm >> chuck bell is in the storm team 4 weather center keeping the excitement going. chuck? that's right. the cubby who win the grand slam is the youngest since mickey mantle. for us it's a grand slam for sure. way up into the 70s to near 80 degrees. a lot more sunshine than we had yesterday. so that is the top of your weather headlines. so not cold at all, 50s on your way out the door this morning,


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