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but it is now sadly over. but guess what, people! it's baseball season. let's go, nats. >> thank you, dave. we have much more still ahead. we'll check out your weather, traffic and all your top stories as fox 5 morning news at 5:00 begins right now. good morning. this is a live look on this thursday morning, april 29th, 2010 as people start to line up outside the national cathedral hoping to get tickets to attend the funeral of dr. dorothy height, a final farewell for the civil rights pioneer. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> i'm steve chenevey. glad you're with us on this thursday morning. only a few hundred tickets available but they are free so the folks got out there extra early. for those standing in line, tony perkins, how does the morning look? >> a chilly start for those standing in line. it won't be necessary later on
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but for your start to the day, temperatures in the 0s and 40s. and like yesterday, we have a frost viewdz in effect for portions of the viewing area. this time, it is primarily out to the west t does -- to the north and west we'll say. montgomery county once again, loudoun county, fairfax county, places like that. we have this frost advisory in effect until 9:00 a.m. for some of your tender vegetation. -- we have a frost advisory in effect for portions of the viewing area. 38 at dulles airport and 38 in baltimore. we are seeing the same trend that we saw yesterday morning with your in-town temperature in the 40s and elsewhere in the 30s. a look at the satellite-radar again this morning. we have high pressure keeping things quiet here again today. more bright sunshine once the sun comes up. a good amount of sun for the
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bulk of the day today. here is your forecast for today. sunny skies, a nice afternoon. warmer, high 70 degrees. more details on the forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> very good. that ought to be to at least here julie wright up a little bit. >> it might take 85 and sunny but we're getting there. >> i don't know. i don't know. i was talking to slap shot last night and he is not one for words but it was just devastating. >> i know. >> it stings. i'll admit it. it stings. on the roads traveling through northeast washington, you will still find yourself in a little bit of a jam. that is because of the crash at florida avenue. if you are coming inbound, the crash has traffic squeezing by to the right. the police are on the scene. you kind of zigzag through this pattern here of the ambulance on the scene as well as the privilege. allow a little extra time here through northeast washington. because it is early, we don't have a lot of traffic out there so not much of a back-up which means you will roll up on this
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at speed so keep your eyes peeled for that. no problems to report on the top stretch of the beltway headed around towards 270. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. a shooting this morning on the suitland parkway t happened near naylor road in the hillcrest heights section of temperaturele pell hills around 9:00 last night. the victim is in rite kal condition. no word on a suspect but we will stay on top of this story throughout the morning. our other big story, remembering dr. dorothy height. president obama has ordered flag to fly at half-staff to honor the civil rights pioneer. >> the president will also deliver the eulogy at dr. height's funeral later today. sherry ly has more on dr. height's legacy. >> reporter: good morning. there are only 700 tickets available to the public for dr. dorothy height's funeral services today and the sign receipt here says it awful ticket distribution begins at 7:00 a.m. this morning and there are plenty of people who did not
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want to be left out. at last count, we had between 0 and 40 people already lined up this morning. the first person in line in rhonda craig. i understand you got here at a little after #:00 this morning. >> yeah, a little after 3:00 this morning. >> reporter: why is it so important to be here? >> and because dr. dorothy height, she lived an exemplary life, a model for all women and all people ache life of service from beginning to end. >> reporter: how has it been so far this morning? >> it has been chilly but needless to say, everyone is very friendly. we are get ago along famously waiting for the tickets to begin. >> reporter: tell us what dr. height meant to not only the people here in washington but everybody across the country. >> i wish that more people just were generally aware of all of the things she did in the civil
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rights movement, in the ywca, just things throughout the world and just hay role in speaking with many presidents, influencing civil rights legislation and just many other things for women's and children's issues throughout her life. she just did so much. >> reporter: thank you very much for talking to us. it looks like you will be getting your ticket to the services today. thank you very much. >> reporter: thousands of people are expected for. funeral service to pay tribute to the late civil rights leader including members of congress and presidents past and present. the service is expected to begin at 10:00 this morning with president barack obama delivering the eulogy. we'll carry the service live as it happens here on fox 5. and we'll also be streaming it live on the web at myfoxdc.com. now, funeral culminates three days of events honoring dr. height. at shiloh baptist church last night, the church was packed with standing room only from president bill clinton to jesse jackson to everyday people
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remembering height. she was called a national treasure. height fought for equal justice and women's rights. the only woman in the room during the early days of the civil rights movement. she was stylish and elegant remembered for her trademark hats and her tenacity. >> she was for incident graig before it was the primary goal of the civil rights movement and now she doesn't want nuns to be the only people in heaven with something on their head. >> peter, can you open the gate now. i hope you all got a good hat store up there in heaven. >> reporter: and you can bet there will probably be plenty of hats at the funeral service today. because of the heavy security, even invited guests with tickets are asked to be here no later than 8:00 this morning because effect will be going through security because president barack obama again will be delivering the eulogy. people are asked also to be
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dropped off. there is no parking here so plan to be dropped off or take public transportation today. that is the latest here as this line grows for dr. dorothy height's funeral. we'll have more for you later this morning. live in northwest, sherrily, fox 5 news. -- sherry ly, fox 5 news. >> thank you. another medal for the united states 10 years after the fact. a late decision by the international olympic committee. a new rule goes into effect that could save you major headaches at the airport. you are watching fox 5 morning news. ñ
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we are back. a kindergarten class comes under attack in shine. a man stabbed 28 children and he wounded two teachers and a security guard. five of the victims are in critical condition. this is the second incident of this sort in two days in china. on wednesday, a man broke into a school and wounded 15 students in a knife attack. no explosives were found on board a flight bound for dulles. the plane was divertedded to north carolina because of a threatening message. the flight land safely in greensboro. somebody found the word bomb
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written on a bathroom mirror on the plane. the tsa says no one was arrested and the plane made it to dulles. new rules for airlines start today. they will not be able to strand passengers on the tarmac for more than three hours now. and the transportation secretary is warning the airlines that the new rules will be strictly enforced. ray l. hood says airlines could be fined $27,000 per passenger. the new rules come after passengers were stranded overnight on a continental flight at an airport in minnesota last august. in addition to that three-hour rule, airlines have to provide footed and water after two hours of sitting on the tarmac. it took 10 years but the u.s. women's gymnastic teams from the 2000 summer olympics has been awarded a bonds medal. the international olympic committee has stripped china for using an underaged gymnast. the ioc has ordered china's national olympic committee to return the team medals as soon as possible so they can be
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realgated to the u.s. team. -- reallocated to the u.s. team. more comations and trying to contain an oil slick from a deadly oil rig explosion in the gulf of mexico. i'm craig boswell in venice, louisiana. that is coming up. ?÷ppñcccccccccc=== ♪ my subaru saved my life. i won't ever forget that. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
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the gulf oil disaster appears to be getting worse as efforts to contain the spill are stepped up. late last night, we learned as many as 5,000-barrels of oil a day are spewing in the gulf of mexico. >> now, the military may be called in to help keep that oil from reaching shore. craig boswell is on the shore in venice, louisiana this morning. what is the latest information? >> reporter: good morning to you. officials discovered a new and third leak. they are expecting the wind to shift. they have been a northerly direction. now, they are expecting winds to come up from the south and
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now that oil is only about 16 miles from the shore. according to noaa, 5,000- barrels a day of oil are pouring in the gulf of mexico. that is five times the amount originally believed. meantime, oil joint, bp, which was liseing the deep water rig is trying to strategically burn the oil at sea before it reaches land. >> we have aasked our agencies to respond to anymore impacts on our wildlife and our coast. >> this is a catastrophic accident that we're going to have to deal with. >> reporter: s at oil closer to shore, hotels, restaurants, fishermen and charter boat owners are fearing a worst case scenario. >> we are rolling up on the summertime and that is our busy time of the year. >> reporter: the long-term effect on businesses and the environment is harder to predict along with the oysters and fish, there are countless varieties of marine mammals and birds.
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those who make their living within miles of the oil rig in the gulf are also concerned of future spills near a fragile ecosystem. >> my concern is if they can't shut this one off, can they shut any of them off? >> reporter: it is of the mated the cost of this could easily reach $1 billion that doesn't take into account the potential cost to the families and businesses here along the gulf coast. >> so they are doing a controlled burn right now to make sure this oil spill doesn't reach some of the shoreline. tell me about that and how long they expect that to go on. >> reporter: right. that is one of things the coast guard is working on. they tried a test burn yesterday where they take about a 5,000-foot boom and gather up this oil and take it more out it a remote section and then torch it. it look as if that were somewhat successful yesterday. they have not made any plans certainly to do that overnight or early this morning. we should learn more about those plans later today. that is one of the best ideas
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they have going so far to get some of this surface oil off of that water. >> all right. thank you, craig. appreciate it. while they're dealing with stuff down there, right here, we are in pretty good shape. a little chilly out there. that is about it right now. >> the main issue this morning is the frost advisory in effect like yesterday morning because of the possibility of some frost and the main concern about that is it can harm or kill tender vegetation so sensitive plants and the like. let me show the area covered by the frost advisory. many counties to our north and west. it does not include washington, d.c. itself but it does include, for example, montgomery county, howard county, fairfax county, loudoun county, prince william, baltimore, places like that. all those counties you see shaded in gray there. this advisory for the time being is in effect until 9:00 this morning. so there you go. those areas there.
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now, let's take a look at the current temperature around the region. for the most part, our temperatures are in the mid 0s to the mid-40s. 9degrees in frederick. 45 in the district. 40 in baltimore. fred rickedburg is at 38 degrees. hagerstown is at 47-degree this morning. satellite-radar composite for the region, another good- looking start to the day and frankly, i think it will be another good-looking day. i think many of you will like today more than yesterday because we'll add about 10 degrees to the total for today. -- fredericksburg is at 38 degrees. another bright moon early this morning. we'll see plenty of sunshine, sunrise in morning at # 13. the forecast for washington for today look like this. -- sunrise this morning at 6:13. today, we'll be about 70 for the high. i think more clear skies tonight. not as cold overnight. 50-degree for your low in town.
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elsewhere, temperatures will be in the 40s. your five-day forecast, remember, the warm-up begins today and then tomorrow, we're sticking to that temperature, 81 degrees for your high tomorrow. saturday, 8 #. what we have added is a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms late on saturday. right now, i think the bulk of that is going to hold off until the latter part of sunday. showers and thunderstorms possible maybe late sunday afternoon and then sunday night. monday, still hot and a chance of some showers and thunderstorms then as well. all right. that is how things are looking with the weather. now, let's go to julie wright and find out what is happening on the roads. >> better news along new york avenue and florida avenue. that intersection now cleared of that accident activity. 395 at duke street still good to go all the way out to the 14th street bridge. this just in, connecticut avenue at randolph roadway crash possibly involving an overturned vehicle. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. we have a follow-up this morning to a story that you first saw on fox 5. a maryland
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company called we buy cars is accused of ripping off customers. since our story first aired, more people have come forward saying the company has left them with big bills as well. beth parker has an update. >> reporter: when we knocked on the door at alan artino's home in silver spring, nobody answered. lots of people would like to hear from him. people like su choi. he says the company owes him money. $14,549.96. that is a lot of money. >> i amateur identified because of that. all these years i've been trying to keep my credit at a good rating. >> reporter: choi bought a new car and thought he had sold his old lexus to we buy cars. he says they agreed to pay off the loan but never did. now the laurel business has locked its doors leaving customers with bounced checks and unpaid loans. a number of customers told us that before they went to we buy
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cars, they visited a different business across the street, carmax. >> i first went to carmax and they gave me an offer for the jeep. >> every day, our customers come in and they know swat offer is if for their car and it is a no-haggle offer. >> reporter: a number of customers told us when they were here, there were people out front holding up signs encouraging customers to leave carmax and cross route one over to we buy cars. >> there was a guy standing with a board and he was like jumping around and he was like we buy cars and i was like okay, let's try that. >> reporter: she returned to we buy cars wednesday to sell them her car. the door was locked. >> i am so relieved. it was like $22,000. i am just so relieved. i thank god. it was just my luck. >> reporter: she says she'll stick with carmax. back at the house, a cadillac escalade with dealer tags outside. also a three-car garage. one maryland woman told fox 5, she can't afford to buy one car
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now that we buy cars wrote her a check that bounced. court records show artino has been in trouble in the past for not paying taxes. that has been resolved. but he has an active case involving breach of contract. he told fox 5 today he is trying to work through the problems. in laurel, beth parker, fox 5 news. things looked oh, so promising for the capitals, a 3- 1 lead in the series, home ice advantage. >> well, you would think they would take advantage of that. unfortunately, this morning, their season is done. coming up income, highlights and reaction from last night's disappointing loss.
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a big disappointment for the washington capitals. the team has been eliminated from the playoffs. >> final last night in game seven was 2-1. that means the caps blew a three games to one series lead. that means no stanley cup again this year and a lot of second guessing for the players and coaches. >> i feel exactly like they did. i thought we had a good chance to win the stanley cup this year and i would have bet my house that they wouldn't have beaten us three games in a row and we would have only scored three goals in almost 140 shots. but i told them there is no sense of me saying anything right now because we all feel as low as we can possibly feel
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and we'll meet in a day and we'll discuss the should have beens and could have beens at that time. >> i don't know. maybe we didn't work hard enough. maybe we have to look at that. that is another thing that is not acceptable. we were first overall in the regular season and we can't even score a goal on the power play against montreal. you mean that is really bad. >> we all know before a pretty good team but we didn't win when we had to win. >> that is just the way it was. the caps become the first team in nhl history as a number one seed to blow a three game to one lead against a number eight seed. >> we'll have more highlights coming up in our next half however. and we have much more still ahead this morning on fox 5 morning news. >> reporter: dozens of people
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are beginning to line up this morning for a chance to get in to the funeral of dr. dorothy height, the late civil rights leader.
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cathedral in northwest washington department has hosted the funerals for presidents and dignitaries, hundreds of them over the years. today, it is the place where the country will say good-bye to dr. dorothy height. a bit of a chilly start to this thursday morning. >> but it will be a nice day and for those taping the activities at the national cathedral and elsewhere around the area, we are going to see very pleasant weather conditions today. a chilly start. let's take a look at the current temperatures at the area airports. reagan national right now is reporting a temperature of 35 degrees. dulles, 38 degrees. bwi marshall has gone up to 40 degrees at this hour. we've got clear skies. because of that, there is a chance some of frost here or there. you want to be aware of that. other than that, things look good and we are going to see clear skies for the bulk of the day today. high pressure really in control. so the forecast for today, sunshine, a mild day. yesterday, we only made it up to 60.
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some folk never got out of the 50s. today, we'll look for 70 or so for your high in d.c. maybe a high of about 70 degrees. manassas, 69. baltimore, 68. 7 # degrees in fredericksburg for your high today. more on the weather coming up in just a little bit. >> let's check in with julie wright and get a look at traffic this morning. >> it seems like we're busy early this morning. behind me in montgomery county, we've get the accident activity southbound connecticut avenue here at randolph road and it looks like traffic coming southbound towards the capital beltway is able to squeeze by to the right if you are coming inbound towards 495. northbound appears that we do have some traffic. it is hard to tell from this particular camera angle. northbound for the most part, no delay and no problems as you continue up towards the accident scene but coming southbound, definitely seeing a rubbernecking delay if you will coming down towards the
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accident there at randolph. eastbound 66 headed in towards the capital beltway, the lanes are open. no problems to report out of manassas. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. as we showed you this morning, people have already started to line up this morning to pay tribute to dr. dorothy height. >> her home going ceremony is today. the president will deliver the eulogy. our sherry ly is down at the national cathedral where the line continuing to grow. >> reporter: good morning, steve. this is a celebration of life for dr. dorothy height who gave so much to the civil rights movement as well as to women's rights for this country and can you see there are a lot of people out here who want to pay tribute to her today and say a final farewell at her funeral services. i would say there is probably 75 to 100 people in line at this point and there are about 700 tickets available to the public as well as the invited guests for the service today. they are expected to join thousands who are saying their
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final farewell to the late civil rights leader. the services are expected to begin at 10:00 this morning. president barack obama will deliver the eulogy and we'll carry the service as it happens here on fox 5 and we will also stream it on our web site, myfoxdc.com. now, last night, dr. height was remembered at shiloh baptist church some d.c. it was a full house, standing room over only. they paid tribute to dr. height, a civil right pioneer and a feminist before there were even feminists around. many were wearing hats, a trademark of dr. height including secretary of state hillary clinton. >> dorothy irene height was one long hallelujah. now, i've never to my give a -- given a speech in a hat before. but i thought if there were
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ever an occasion to do so, this was it. >> reporter: and the line here, folk who want to get a ticket for the public, should be here by 7:00 this morning. there are 700 tickets available to the public. i would say there are probably about 100 people if line right now. today's steive service will feature a long list of celebrities. opera singer denise grace will be performing as well as b. b. winans. there is no parking. plan to be dropped off or take public transportation. en will be going through security and even the invited guests are told to be here at 8:00 this morning. >> we now head to capitol hill
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and the fight for financial reform. republicans finally relented and they will allow the stalled legislation to be debated in the senate this morning. gop leaders say behind the scenes, talks have gone as far as they can go. it is a victory of sorts for the democrats. coming up next, look out above in downtown washington. what the cars which. >> pretty scary scene as a ventilation shaft comes crashing hundreds of feet for the ground. we'll hear why hundreds of people are still worried. [ baer ] mike and brenda found a house that they really wanted.
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imagine seeing something like that. that was caught on camera. a ventilation shaft which broke from a d.c. building and cam crashing hundreds of feet for the ground on top of cars. that shaft broke way from the sunlight foundation's outside wall. the nearby 1800 cafe in dupont circle was full of people who said it felt like an earthquake. one man who works in the building grabbed his camera. >> saw it tilt to the right and just hung there for a second and that when is i started to hit record. apparently, a wind gust came off, the weight of it suddenly pulled away. it did crush two cars that were still in its path. >> the building's owners say the bolts are simply too small
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for the ductwork. there is concern that the remaining vents are starting to pull away as well solve the new rules to protect airline passengers from being on the tarmac for long periods of time go into effect today. they have to be given food and water if they've been on the tarmac for two hours. you have to be able to deplane after three hours. a maryland judge behaving rather badly, deflating the air out of a woman's car tire. why? that is coming up next. a look at 270 and tuckerman lane and track moving along pretty well on a chilly thursday morning. ♪
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we have our forecast for today if we can get through the
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chilly morning temperatures. good morning to you. >> i can't wait to win! >> yeah, well, tucker said he was going to win and share. >> i'm share. let's put it in motion for you. here we go. for today, high about 70 degrees. we add 10 degrees to yesterday's total. for tomorrow, let's add another 10-degree or so to today's total. and by the weekend, downright warm. 86 on saturday. 88 on sunday. but those temperatures will come with some clouds during the course of those days and maybe some showers and thunderstorms especially on sunday. let's go to the current temperatures around the region. take a look.
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we are at 45 here in the district. 40 in baltimore. patuxent naval air station, 47. but elsewhere, we are in the 30s. 39 in frederick. 38 at dulles and 38 in fredericksburg. we have a frost advisory. mostly clear skies across our region so we are going to see a lot of sunshine. as things progress, there is your jet stream going right across the country, the midsection of the country. as we head into the weekend, that jet stream pushes north allowing more of that warmer air to work its way in here. that will take us into the 80s starting tomorrow. low 80s and well into the 80s over the weekend. spar
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connecticut avenue here at randolph road, no one is getting past. we hope to have live picture for you shortly at the scene. if you are traveling in virginia, northbound i-95, incident-free but loaded up early this morning. delays out of woodbridge out of the prince william parkway continuing up towards lorton. that's a check of your fox 5
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on-timetraffic. virginia is getting help from uncle sam in the wake of those back-to-back blizzards this past winter. president obama has granted a request for federal assistance to state and local governments that. declaration allows for federal money to help cover the cost for snow removal, damage and also related emergency services. you can call day case of a conduct unbecoming a judge a maryland judge deplated a car's tire because a court hospital worker parked in the judge's parking spot. a special. >> you disht commission met to decide toe a possible pun issuement. >> reporter: the facts -- punishment. >> reporter: the facts are p not in dice putt. the car tires were deflated on a street where parks was restricted to those with permits. the delater was none other than the chief judge of the courthouse. he spent about two hours before the commission on judicial disabilities meeting in annapolis apologizing and
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explaining his action. the judge said he wanted to make it inconvenient for someone to park there. the judge con creeded his asks were rash, foolish, inappropriate. the person who parked the car was a part-time cleaning lady at the courthouse. the judge had to write jean washington a letter of apology and has paid a $500 fine for vehicle tampering. vehicling council steve lemme told the commission that the charles county judge had tarred the integrity of of the maryland judiciary and should be issued a public reprimand. ffs clear from their final questions that some members of the commission are wondering whether a mere reprimand will convince the public in maryland that judicial integrity is intact. the judge who deflated the tire of the cleaning lady should find out in about a month where the commission will issue a reprimand or choose to suspend or remove him as a judge. at the appeals court building in annapolis, john henrehan,
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fox 5 news. >> the judge is no longer the chief judge in charles county. resigned that position immediately. he is still sitting as a a judge hearing only civil cases right now. it is no secret you have to be very careful on craigslist. there are a number of scams. fox's joyce evans has more details. >> reporter: it is buyer beware. >> reporter: a south philly couple joined the ranks of people hoodwinked just looking for a bargain or trying to make a sale online. the suv was left behind but it is opener was pistol-whipped. he and his girlfriend tied up and robbed of almost $10,000 by thee men who responded to an ad for a path find ore craigslist. these victims are not the first of this crime. >> this is my house, for sure.
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>> reporter: and somebody else had her house posted for sale on craigslist. >> he sticks a gun moo my house. what do you do? >> reporter: you hand over the money to a man who advertiseed a crown vic for sale online. >> you are looking for a bargain and you get more than you bargained for. >> reporter: like $800 a cell phone snatched from a man hoping to buy a flat screen tv. another man scammed out of a $14,000 diamond ring by a phoney buyer. >> when he grabbed the diamond ring to allegedly look at it and study it and make sure it was legitimate, maced our victim. >> and took off with the ring. >> reporter: sites like craigslist have warnings posted. >> you bet are be very careful before you go ahead with that type of a meet. coming up next, the washington capitals up until last night were the best team in the nhl. well, so much for that. >> they've been eliminated from the playoffs again. we'll hear what some of of the
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players had to say following that game. dave ross joins us with our sports breakfast. we're coming back right after this. what . 
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and a sad but good morning to you on this thursday morning. dave ross here with your sports breakfast. sadly last night with the caps and the playoffs on the line, the beard on the line being say
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it saint so. it is so. it is time to shave. the caps and canadiens. let's take a look at the highlights. what a great chance coming you want no goals in the series for stemmons. looks like he's got one here but it was off the post. how close is this. watch what happens to mike green. looks like he's got an offensive play but he loses the puck and take down the montreal defender. this is a two-minute penalty. it wouldn't take long to backfire. on the ensuing penalty being, here comes the shot and there is the goal. 1-0 montreal beating varlamov. alex so ovechkin going to tie it up right there. the place is going crazy. wait a second. they will wave it off. this is the reason why. bruce boudreau not happy about that. neither were the fans. did mike
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knuble bump halak in the net? they say he did. more trouble. 2-0 caned a yeps. this game is over, right? wait a minute. here come the cardiac caps with just over two minutes to go. on his sneeze, scores. that one counts. caps are still alive. down just 2-1. then literally, not only 10 seconds later, watch the chance the caps have here. jason chimera, it is blocked! that was the caps' last best chance and do you believe it? it is all over for the great eight and company. former handshake signals that the series is over. montreal wins game seven 2-1. they win the series four games to three. >> i told them i feel exactly like they did. i thought we had a good chance to win the stanley cup this year. and i would have bet my house on -- that they wouldn't have
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beaten us three games in a row and would he would have only scored three goals in almost 140 shots. i said there is no sense in me saying anything light now. we'll meet in a day and we'll discuss the should have beens and could have beens at that time. >> i don't know. maybe we didn't work hard enough. i mean maybe we have to look at that. i mean that is another thing that is not acceptable. we were first overall in the regular season. we can't seen score a goal on the power play i mean against montreal. i mean that is really bad. >> we all know we have a pretty good team but we didn't win when we had to win. >> onto some better news. how about the nats playing some really booed ball on the road in chicago and adam dunn, that pitch is done.
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deep, out, left, gone. that would be the difference. the nats win again 3-2 over chicago. they are 1-10 and just one game out of the first place, people. that is all for this edition of the breakfast. dave feldman will join you tonight with much more on what was a great season for the caps but it is now sadly over. but guess what, people. it is baseball season. let's go, nats. i'll see you tomorrow, everybody. >> thank you. straitd strait ahead ache former first lady is out way new book. we are talking about it. a big slip-up for british prime minister gordon brown. we'll tell you what he was caught on mike saying that now has him apologizing -- straight ahead, a former first lady is out with a new book. we are talking about it. om
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