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when i was driving home, i called tucker and said it's windy out here. it was really something. our highest wind gust at reagan national airport was indeed 45 miles per hour. and the good thing for us being much less wind. that is let's take a look at what is happening right now. reagan national airport, 54 degrees. relative humidity, 57. the winds are still out of the west but they've did down considerably, eight miles per hour. they will be generally in that range. satellite-radar composite, a couple of clouds out there but for the most part clear skies and a mostly sunny day today as well. it will be a nice one with highs in the low 70s. here is your forecast for today. i pretty much just said it. mostly sunny, a little breezy but not windy like yesterday.
baltimore, 726789 washington, 7 #. manassas 72 degrees for your high. >> even though the temperatures were nice, the win made it feel so much cooler. today should be nice. >> let's check in with julie wright and see if the commute is off to a nice start. >> compared to yesterday, it is a lot better out there. not so busy along southbound 270. they are busy doing that roadwork. it is a repaving project. 270 still in great shape headed up to to the lane divide. uneven pavement as well for those between tyson's and 270. no accidents to report 395 across the 14th street bridge. all of your lands are open. the pe is good making your way to the southeast-southwest freeway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. now to our big story, everything is now running
smoothly on metro's red line three and a half months after the deadly train crash. gentleman the track work is done and full serve is is restored but there are still some safety concerns out there. sarah simmons joins us now with more. >> reporter: there are still some safety concerns as you said. the train are still running in manual mode here along the red lines until the signal problems can be picked but the good news, people will see more trains more often which is good news for a lot of folks experiencing those delays over e past couple of months. the metro red lines will no longer run at reduced speeds between tacoma and fort totten. some saying it usually took them about 15 minutes to get to wk and it was now taking a half ur. it took three months after the two trains collided and nine people were killed to get things back to normal or at least as close to normal as we can. passengers say it is worth the wait. >> understandable because it is
necessary for things to be safe for us. >> there will still be delays, still going to be problems. i'm sure metro ain't 100%. they are doing what it has to do to keep the trains running. just hoping they got it safe. >> reporter: now, it is true they will experience some tea lays. metro says right now they are still in the process of twice a day testing those signals out here on the tracks and they will continue to do that. but still, we are waiting for the real-time computerized system that is expected to detect problems in real time, something they've been working on and continue to work on to make the tracks safer. back to you. thank you. apparently, there is a dangerous man on the loose targeting women in manassas. here are two sketches police would like you to take a good look at. police think this is the same man. tuesday morning, he grabbed and pun aped woman on a walking path and ied to rape her.
and that night, he punched a woman in the face as he tried to yank her out of her car. a man accused of raping a woman in herndon has turned himself in. police say he knew the woman and convinced her to walk into a commuter lot in herndon and assaulted her. a powerful explosion rocks kabul, afghanistan, killing least a dozen people. at least 100 people including afghan security forces ended up in the hospital with wounds. the bomb destroyed two suvs. one had u.n. markings on its side. suicide bombers have exploded a number of times in recent months. president obama continues to weigh the future in afghanistan. today he will meet wi vice president biden and sex of state hillary clinton in the oval office. tomorrow, the full war council will meet again. mr.obama sat down with the national security team where
the focus was pakistan's role going forward. the president is deciding whether to send tens of thousands more troops to that area. a deadly storm has slammed into japan leaving a ton of damage and sadly claiming a number of lives. the storm tore off roofs. look at the damage to the bridge there. millions of commuters were stranded when train service was stopped. hundreds of flights were also canceled. we are learning more about the d.c. taxi corruption case. details of an alleged murder plot against a witness helping the investigate. an old piece of evidence in a cold case brought back to the public eye. the new clues that could help solve a 1-year-old murder case oming up. spar-- a 12-year-old murder case coming up.
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store. police think the pair still hang out at the area of seventh and o street. we've pted that on myfoxdc.com so you can take a closer look and hopefully contact police. one of the three men accused in the d.c. taxi corruption case is expected in federal court today for bond hearing. he was arrested last week. it is believed is part of the scheme to control the licensing of taxi drivers. he met an undercover fbi agent who said he would permanently eliminate a witness in the investigation. d.c. councilman marion barry is in the hospital in intensive care this morning. he checked himself into howard university hospital on tuesday after feeling weak. he is being treated for dehydration and also an infection. his spokesperson says it is a precautionary measure so his condition can be treated more aggressively. councilman barry calling for an investigation into the
firing of over 200 teachers in the d.c. public school system. >> now, the teachers are fighting back for themselves. details of a lawsuit against the city and another rally against those layoffs. also, i'll tell you the latest about today's weather forecast. it will be a nice day today. pardon me. early in the morning. julie wright will be here. you might have to jump in here to tell us what is happening with the traffic around the region. stay with us. fox 5 morning news will be right back. ♪
>> by dedicating this statue in this place of giants, we show that those who whom the world calls imperfect are not only worth our attention, they are worth our highest honors. >> most people know that helen keller as a child, full of curiosity and wonder at the world that was being opened to her. today, we recognize her as that child but also as the woman she became. >> the helen keller statue replaces one of a confederate officer which now goes to stanford university in birmingham, alabama. >> that is wonderful. >> it really is. >> my parents both retired from the tennessee school for the blind so that is really neat to see that. >> it is nice to see everybody getting along. >> for at least 15 minutes. >> yesterday, tried to get some rest out on the front porch. the winds forced me inside. >> i'm sure they did. yesterday was not the day to be hanging around outside. it was very windy.
we had a wind advisory. we thought our winds would blow between 40, 45 miles per hour. the weather service said maybe 50 miles per hourawind gust we afternoon during the course of the day. very, very windy. reagan national, 45-mile per hour wind gusts. dulles and bwi, 50 miles per hour. so right where we thought they would be. very windy day. the wind have died down and it will not be a windy day today. i'd say i little bit breezy but that is about it. now, yesterday was our one day this week where we had warmer temperatures in the morning. we are back down in the 40s and 50s. gaithersburg, 48 degrees. same in baltimore and manassas.
washington, 54 degrees. quantico, 48 degrees. 40s and 50s for your temperature. this system here is a warm front that will make its way through here tonight into tomorrow and, as it does, it could trigger a shower or two here or there t will drag some clouds into our region and it will take our temperatures higher tomorrow than we've seen for all of this week. the forecast for today looks like this. mostly sunny skies. nice day. less windy. wind out of the west five to 10 miles per hour. high about 7 # degrees. then your five-day forecast, tomorrow becoming cloudy. a sprinkle -- sorry. that is tonight. a sprinkle or shower is possible. 55degrees for your insofar night -- for your overnight low. then tomorrow, possible we could get into the low 80s. right now, 79. some showers tomorrow night into early saturday and things start to clear out saturday.
not a bust. sunday, cooler temperatures and definitely cooler on monday. high about 6 # degrees. that is the latest on what is happening with the weather. now, let's get the latest on traffic with julie wright. >> so it will be chilly tonight when you leave the verizon center after the caps game. >> when you do, not me. i'll be sleeping. >> i'll sleep on the metro on the way home. somebody wake me up when we get to shady grove. >> good luck with that. >> yeah, rally. thank god we're not in new york. i'd still be wrapped around the thing tomorrow morning at 5:30. top stretch of the beltway, the pace good to go. 270, light traffic volume out of germantown headed to the lane divide. eastbound along 66, no incidents to report east of 50 fair oaks headed over towards 123. all of your lanes are open. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. more than 200 d.c. school teachers who were laid off last
week are fighting to get those jobs back. the teachers union claims those teachers were wrongly targeted and new a lawsuit has been filed against the city. >> there were some outstanding teachers in there that there is no reason for these teachers to have been riffed except personal issues between them and the principal that had nothing to do with their ability to teach and work with children. >> fox 5's paul wagner has more on the layoff backlash. >> reporter: dozens of laid off teachers began arriving at the ame church on m street in hopes of hearing some good news. marcia karim said she was hoping to hear they had won a court injunction. >> i know i was targeted. >> reporter: she says the other teachers fired from eastern also had union connections. what is upsetting to the teachers la off is the
reasons why. >> i guess what i'd like to know is i'd like to see the information that determined that i should have been selected as a teacher that should have been riffed as opposed to someone else which i haven't been given. i've heard from our chancellor and from other people would represent her office that they're getting rid of bad teachers. and i haven't received anything that has accused me of being that. >> i have no idea why i was selected instead of someone else. >> your heart must have been in your throat. >> it was a shocker. i have abeen in the system 11 years. i've always had excellent reviews, outstanding reviews. >> reporter: since the layoffs, students have marched down to city hall in protest. d.c. city councilman marion barry has called for an investigation by the inspector general and d.c. schools chancellor michelle rhee has gone on the offensive in a pr
round of interviews to explain the actions. paul wagner, fox 5 news. >> this issue apparently isn't going away. teachers union has scheduled a rally this afternoon at freedom plaza. we'll talk with d.c. mayor fenty about these layoffs when he joins us for fenty on fox. eleven students were arrested after a fight broke out between two street gangs ap of going after each other. the fight was inside the school. a new study reveals a worry spectator slowdown some trend about children and violence. ♪ out for breakfast..."
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thousands of children will embark on a dangerous trip as they walk to school. 30 students died last year in violent attacks. it is said there is no quick fix. it is a problem that requires everyone to pitch in. >> i want the people of chicago and the people of this nation to know that we are not going to rest until we've done everything we can to protect the american people, to protect
american children, and to stem this tide of violence. the department of justice has already committed resources to helping keep our children and our schools safe. >> that includes targeting the most at-risk children and setting up more after-school programs and enlisting mentors. the justice department says most american children are exposed to violence in their daily lives actually new study shows more than 60% of children have been exposed to it in the last year, either directly or indetectly. nearly half say they were assaulted at some time in the last year. a leading criminologist causes the survey may be living serious and minor incidents together. several undercover videos are blowing the roof off how dangerous gun show loopholes can be. investigators purchased guns at seven shows in nevada, tennessee and ohio. the undercover investigators were sold weapons even though they told the dealers they
probably could in the pass background checks gentleman our investigators attempted 33 buys from 30 private sellers. and after hearing that the buyer probably couldn't pass a background check, they still made the sale 22 times. >> nine states including new york have passed laws to close the loophole requiring background checks for all handgun purchases at gun shows. up next on fox 5 morning news, we are checking out today's top stories. nearly four months after the deadly crash on the red line, metro is back to normal service along the tracks where that crash happened. at i potentially deadly virus. why are some parents refusing to give their children the swine flu vaccine. stay with us. fox 5 morning newseturns after the eak. (announcer) what the world needs now is energy.
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hurry in now and get up to $200 off all maytag high efficiency pairs by mail. come to lowe's to see the latest maytag appliances. a dangerous man has left people looking over their shoulders in manassas. punching a woman and trying to rape her along a cut-through path and then later that night, punching a woman in the face and tried to pull her out of her car near clemson court and covington drive and trying to rape her. d.c. public school teachers are expected to hold another rally today, much like this one attended by more than 200 teachers yesterday. now, the teachers union has announceed a lawsuit against the city in response to last week's layoffs of hundreds of school employees. d.c. councilman marion barry
has called for an investigation by the inspector general. let's check in with tony perkins and get a look at the forecast for this thursday. >> not a bad one. you can see outside right now things are pretty calm as far as traffic goes too. and we've got calm are winds which is nice after th blowing, gusty winds we had yesterday. we have cool temperatures again this morning, unlike yesterday morning when we saw our temperatures in the 60s. let's take a look at what is going on around the region. currently, we are at 54 degrees here in washington. at new york city -- or in new york city, it is 57 degrees. 54 in boston. 41 in pittsburgh. down to the south, norfolk, virginia is at 59 degrees. things look pretty good for the eastern united states. couple of clouds here and there but for the most part, clear skies and lots of sunshine around the region for today. your day planner for today, much less windy. just a little breezy today.
nice temperatures, slightly above normal we believe. we'll go for a high of 7 # degrees. our average high for this date, 71 degrees. >> we're above normal then. >> there you go. enjoy it. >> let's check approximate with julie wright to get a look at the traffic. >> what a difference a day makes. yesterday, we were talking about tractor-trailers on the beltway and today, quiet. we like it like that. the pace is good southbound 270 heading into germantown working your way south of 118. all lanes are open if you are traveling eastbound 66 between manassas and the beltway and here we are live. this is going toe northbound i-95 as you travel north of dale city. there is a big sign there that says potomac mills. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. now it our big story, can you expect a smoother ride finally on metro's red line now
that track wk is finished. >> sarah simmons joins us live from the tacoma metro station with more on what's been happening in the wake of that deadly crash back in june. >> reporter: the track work is done and it seems to be up to full service now but there are still some safety concerns. the metro trains are still running in manual mode until the circuit problems can be fixed. in the meantime, the fwootd news is you may see more trains more often. -- the good news is you may see more trains more often. for passengers on the red line at the fort totten station, their commute just got better. >> it was very smooth. got home just on time. >> reporter: it took three months after two trains collided and nine people were killed but metro says all is back to normal near the accident site top of . to say service has been slow is an understatement. >> it is an inconvenience because i get off late and sometimes i have to wait for the train so that makes me miss
my bus on the other side to get home. just inconvenient. >> reporter: metro says red line trains are no longer traveling at reduced speeds between the fort totten and tacoma metro stations. work to replace a track circuit has been completed. for some, time and hard work has put safety back on track too. >> it is understandable because it is necessary for things to be safe for us. i have no complaints. i've never had any problems on the metro. i've got really no reason to doubt them at all. >> reporter: by now, most riders understand metro's aging sfrukt. it is a good thing. metro says customers may still endure delays system-wide as maintenance continues. >> still going to be delays. still going to be problems. i'm sure metro ain't 100%. metro is doing what it has to do to keep the trains running. just hoping they got it safe. >> reporter: metro is trying to keep things safe by still running those tests twice awe day onthose circuits to make
sure there still isn't a problem with detecting trains. in the meantime, they are still working on real-time computerized system to help detect any failures. something they've been working on since this accident happened. back to you. >> thank you. new this morning arks powerful explosion has rocked kabul, afghanistan killing at least a dozen people. another 85 people were injured including members of afghan security forces. the blast is believed to be a car bomb. it destroyed two suvs inuding one that had u.n. markings on its side. suicide bombers and roadside bombs have exploded in kabul a number of times in recent months. the estimate is in now. the health care bill drafted by a key senate excite i don't would cost the country $829 billion over 10 years. congressional budget office as a health reform would not add to the deficit but instead come up with $81 billion in savings. under that bill, 94% of americans would be covered. about 5 million people would be
left without insurance. one-third would be illegal immigrants word not eligible. it does ban companies from denying coverage because of a preexisting condition. a state error could be behind an unexpected budget hole in falls church. the "washington post" reports the virginia department of taxation wrongly credited a portion of sales taxes from fairfax county to falls church over a three-year period and you add that with decleans in real estate and sales attacks and revenue for falls church is now 10% below projections. the foils chafe mayor says a tax increase in the next budget and layoffs could be possible. it is back to school for students at st. vincent pallotti school if mayor daley. the school shut down yesterday so common surfaces could be disinfected after five students were diagnosed with the h1n1 virus. students who are suffering flu- like symptoms are being told to
stay home. health officials say skeptical parents need a dose of reality. they are trying to ease fears about the swine flu vaccine. a new poll shows about one- thirof parents don't trust it believing it will do more harm than good but those who want it say they can't get it fast enough. in fairfax county, 1900 doses of the nasal mist wil go only to the folk who have signed consent forms but the forms are not ready yet. >> we don't have the consent forms here and for liability reasons, anyone who gets vaccinated, we've all gotten shots before. you don't get a shot until you soon a consent form. >> fairfax county leaders don't know when the vaccines will be given. all three jurisdiction are waiting for injectable shots that can be given to more people. we have a flu tracker on our web site so can you see the areas hardest hit. you can check out the government's recommendations for schools on how to best handle the flu. metro police are testing out some high-tech tools to
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to fight crime. they're sort of like segways but they have an extra wheel. the vehicle go about 25 miles per hour helping officers respond quicker in garages. but they ar not cheap. each one costs $10,000. metro plans to test them out for 60 days. there is a battle brewing in bethesda over plans to build a tunnel under rockville pike. traic is going to get a lot worse once the new walter reed hospital open understand up at the bethesda naval medical center but the only entrance to the metro station is on another side of rockville pike. metro is considering plans to put if elevators or a tunnel under rockville pike. critic says it is a waste of money. >> we wanted new elevators that would go down from right in front of the naval hospital straight down to the metro station and that would probably cost less than this vehicle tunnel. >> the project proposal is already in and if it is approved, montgomery county is
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levi johnston is not yet ready for give up his 15 minutes of fame. we told you about his controversial new commercial yesterday. now, he will bare i all. here the commercial from yesterday. he says now he will pose for playgirl magazine. his lawyer says the 19-year-old is getting ready training three hours a day, six nights a week. he split with palin's daughter bristol after the birth of their son back in december. is that like your workout schedule? >> yeah i -- okay. i just don't know why anyone continues to pay attention to him or people like that who have no real reason to be famous. there is for real reason for us to follow them. they don't have any particular talent. yet they keep popping up in the news. >> because people are infatuated by it. >> not me. >> come on. >> i see your web sites you're
looking at every day, you and tucker. the latest celebritgossip. >> that is not true. those are weather web sites. i don't care about levi johnston. >> what i care about is whether it will be wind question like it was yesterday. i tell you, yesterday, i wanted to get out and enjoy it but sorry those winds drove me in. >> it is not going to be windy today like it was yesterday. >> and what did paris hilton think about the forecast? >> i used to look at those sites. >> tucker checks them out because he does that tmz interview for the 9:00 hour. >> that's right. >> is that the reason he ooks at them. >> i think so. that is what he tells me anyway. >> yeah, tucker is doing research. there is the washington monument. here is your bus stop forecast as you get the kids ready for school this morning. sunny skies, cool temperatures, lows in the 50s and in the 40s in some spots this morning. sunrise, 7:11. let's take a look at the current temperatures around the region. looking at temperatures
in the 50s and the 40s. 52 in annapolis. 54 here in washington. winchester, 48 degrees. cambridge, maryland is at 55 degrees at this hour. here is a look at the satellite- radar composite for our region. things look pretty good. skies are farley clear. we have one little line of clouds coming through as we speak. there is moisture out to the west. that is associate wade warm front that will push through here tonight. let me show out surface map, show you what has is going to do as it comes through. you saw the rain associated with it. slight chance it could bring a shower or two to the region after midnight, i think. high pressure in control right now as the warm front gets closer. it will bring some clouds into the region and then it will warm us up for tomorrow. but for today, here is what we're looking at as far as the forecast goes. mostly sunny skies. less windy today. high about 7 # degrees. your winds out of the west five to 10 miles per hour. five-day forecast, tomorrow, 79. could be 80, 81, 82. it will depend on just how much sunshine we see before the clouds build in. better chance of showers friday
night into saturday. and then i think the shower activity is for saturday morning. clears up for the latter part of saturday. sunday and monday look cooler. highs in the 60s. now, let's get an update on traffic with julie wright. >> nothing much to talk about right now if you are traveling the top stretch of the beltway between college ark and bethesda. this is a live shot of southbound 270 coming south out of germantown. some list activity here on the shoulder but no delays headed southbound towards mva and falls road. 355 south, a nicizey ride. light traffic volume on 66 headed east from centrille. -- 355 south, a nice easy ride. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. can you call day heavenly attempt by the first family to
get kids interested in math and science. >> some lucky students got to check out the night sky with the president at the white house. bob barnard was there as well. >> reporter: students from maryland, virginia and the district were invited to the white house for a night of stargaze with the president. >> i love looking at the stars but it is going to be much different because i'm at the white house with the president close by. who gets to say they've done that? >> reporter: on this night, about 150 kids. >> yes, i do. i think the constellations are very interesting because i really do like greek mythology as well. this may change what i want to do for my future. >> reporter: that is why the obamas are hosting astronomy night at the white house with some famous astronauts and scientist as long for the ride. all day long on the south lawn, professional stargazers have been training their eyes skyward. >> and who knows, maybe there something out there look back at us. >> reporter: they are showing
off their telescopes of different shapes and sizes. >> from my point of view, we are also interested in getting women and minority students interested in math and science. >> when i was in high school, i bought this telescope firsthand my backyard in seattle, washington, i was able to look at the planets that. inspired me to follow a career in astronomy and now i'm working for nasa working on migs to mars. >> reporter: derek pits is with the franklin institute science museum in philly. >> my job is to get people to look up at the night sky if they don't do anything else. >> we're so small. the universe is infinitely large and think about the scale of everything, just even on the solar system, it can be mind boggling. >> i taught astronomy last year and the kids really enjoy t they are very interested in what is going on in the universe and where our place is an how everything fits together. >> reporter: so apparently is the president would shared a youthful enthusiasm with his
young visitors. bob barnard, fox 5 news. >> you just saw there first daughters sasha and malia did some stargazing at the white house. also joining the first family, buzz ailed run who worked on the moon 40 years ago, sally ride and may jamieson, the first african-american woman in space. this is are the shields brothers rocking it out last night in the seam ill finals of the fox rocks competition. they were up against silent j and citizen for a chance next week. the champion gets a gig right here on fox 5 morning news. the finals of the fox rocks competition next wednesday october 14th at the clarendon grill in arlington. the show starts at 7:00 pom. our sports breakfast is coming up next. dave has all the news from the playoffs. a consultant coming in.
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ate good thursday morning to you and you and you. yesterday was day one with sherman lewis in the mix. how much he will be in the mick is truly the question. hired as an offensive consultant to the team, lewis brings experience to the staff and hopefully to the skins some good advice. sherm lewis has a lot of experience. he has coached in the league 22 years until he retired in 2004. he has been out of the the
league since then. he is back now. he is 6 #. he joins an offense that ranks 27th out of 32 teams. redskins haven't scored 30 points once since jim zorn has been the head coach. heck, they haven't even scored 20 yet this year. >> i talked to jim about it last night just to let him know i'm here to help, that is all i'm here for and see what i can do. i wasn't planning on coaching so i'm not looking for anybody's job. i thought it would be a nice challenge. i thought it might be a good change for me and i thought i might be able to help. >> it is not something that i was looking for initially. i wasn't saying you need to go out and found a guy for me. but when the suggestion was made, i'm open to it. i just want tomake sure that i don't have so much pride in having to have all the answers that somebody can't come in and look and see what i'm doing. >> the first challenge for sherman lewis and company is in
carolina on sunday. a team still searching for its first win of the year. the skins know you can't take anybody for granted. >> having two week to prepare for a team other than a week, i think that is a big fference. that is something we have to watch out for. we know they'll have some new wrinkles, things they haven't shown. >> you have pore time to go back and look at what you did. 0-3 is a rough start. those guys will come out pumped up. >> if you hike baseball, this is your time of the year. after all, october means playoffs. while the phillies are the defendanting champs, there are several other teams ready to stake their claim as this year's best of the bun. the yankees one of those teams bidding to be the best. they were in trouble down 2-0 to n. the third to the twins.
and derek jeter changing that. and the bronx bombers living up to that moniker. that is up and gone. two runs gone for matsui. the yankees roll the twins in game one 7-2. there is the banner for the philadelphia phil ayes, proof they won the world series last year and they are looking good so far this year taking on the rocks. gate one, howard going to left. look out for the wall. ouch! that will leave a mark and that will leave a run on the board for the phillies. here comes chase utley. this as wall philadelphia all the time. they win easily 5-1. that will be all for today appears edition of the breakfast. -- for today's edition of the breakfast. the caps at the verizon center hoping to stay perfect on the young season.
the baseball cardinals in l.a. the dodgers win game one 5-3. beyonce is finally breaking her silence. you remember when kanye west stole the spotlight from taylor swift and told the world that beyonce had deserved the win. she now says she was completely shocked by that move but she is defending her friend and fellow musician saying he was just standing up for art. don't mess with the wedding pictures of the bride and groom. this is the message an english couple is send for the so- called photography service after the photographer messed up the images of their big day. the images are out of focus and at one point, you can hear the photographer cursing after he dropped the camera in the church. >> too much lighting. darkness. no proper group shots that you can see who is in there. the video missed the shot of us getting out of the limousine so he told the driver to go around to get an empty car. >> the jump has ordered the
photographer to give the bride and the groom their money back but the couple says no money can cover their emotional damage. they can't ever get those pictures of their wedding day. oh, well. what with you going to do research a little better before you hire a photographer. >i would think so. straight ahead at 6:00, we are all probably a little bit guilty of using some annoying words. >> we'll review the most annoying coming up.