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it's the top story of the weekend, the announcement of mitt romney's running mate, wisconsin congressman paul ryan, the gop ticket touted themselves in key battleground states today as the obama camp launched new ads against the new v.p. candidate.
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the west nile virus could be living in your back yard. where residents need to be extra cautious. >> for the first time since the shooting, the doors opened at the sikh temple in wisconsin. thank you for joining us. i'm maureen umeh. we begin with the top story of the weekend, the new romney gop ticket. they're trying to appeal to voters in iowa. on his second day on the trail, representative ryan didn't waste time assuming his new role as the campaign attack dog, calling the obama administration bloated, wasteful and corrupt. >> open change has now become attack and blame. you know what? we're not going to fall for it. >> america is going to have a choice. they've seen the product of the
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obama plan. it's been executed over the last three and a half years. it hasn't worked. middle income families are getting squeezed. people can't find work. we have a different plan. >> romney and ryan wrapped up the day with a homecoming rally in wisconsin. tomorrow ryan is headed to iowa and romney is going to florida. congresswoman ryan is an outspoken crusader for changes in social security and medicare. many voters may be asking how much of ryan's budget plan will governor romney embrace? steve centanni has that part of the story. >> reporter: mitt romney's choice of a running mate brings fiscal matters into a sharper focus, especially entitlement programs. romney is running on his own 59- point economic plan, not on ryan's budget, but he's embraced ryan's plan and now has the option of supporting or
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rejecting specific parts of that budget or accepting it. because ryan supports changes in social security and medicare, republicans expect a huge out cry from democrats. >> you'll push from democrats, push grandma over the cliff and all that. they have not had a plan yet to save social security and medicare and they've had nearly four years to do it. paul ryan has taken courageous steps to bring this issue to the forefront and we're going to have to address it and under a romney/ryan administration you'll see it addressed. >> reporter: the president's plan is to continue his current policies, giving them more time to work, while pushing congress to pass his jobs bill and invest in infrastructure, and research and education. the democrats believe the ryan plan would hurt the unemployed. >> ryan has embraced an extremist proposal and goes not only too far, but really,
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according to every independent economist asked, cuts so much that it would risk falling, or slowing or even stalling our recovery. >> reporter: both sides will make their case with weeks before the convention and several debates in october. >> president obama offered his public words on the romney pick today at a fundraiser in chicago. the president is in his home town for a five donor event. the romney campaign has so far been out raising the obama campaign. >> i want to congratulate congressman ryan. i know him. i welcome him to the race. congressman ryan is a decent man. he is a family man. he's an articulate spokesman for governor romney's vision. but it's a vision that i fundamentally disagree with. >> the president went on to talk about his economic plan, pointing out the need to
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strengthen the middle class while not giving more breaks to the wealthy. a traffic alert for anyone who drives by dulles international. the eastbound lanes of the dulles connector road will be closed overnight. it's part of the construction on the dug corridor -- dulles corridor metro rail project. closed from 11:30 tonight until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. six people were hurt on the crash this morning. three vehicles were involved. two of the victims suffered serious injuries, but they are expected to survive. the rest of the victims were not badly hurt. police in anne arundel county say a 20-year-old man turned himself in after hitting a man this morning and kept going. safety investigators will meet with the attorney's office before placing charges against the driver. rough night in the
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district. last night three separate shootings. a teenaged boy was shot in w street. investigators haven't said anything more about the victim. another happened in the 300 block of 37th place. we're told one man was shot there. and a man was shot in the leg of the 100 block of 36th street in northeast. police haven't released names and no arrests in any of the cases. prince george's county police arrested a teenager for murder in capitol heights saturday. police were called to the scene yesterday and found 29-year-old online oliver davis inside a house and arrested travis hoskins. police say they lived in the house and they were arguing over food. more than 100 people gathered in the parking lot of the sikh temple for a special ceremonies. worshipers lowered the flag and
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historied a new banner. the group went inside for the first sunday prayer service since last week's deadly shooting. hundreds of sikhs, some from as far away as india gathered outside the white house tonight to mourn the victims. fox5's audrey barnes is live at lafayette park with more. >> reporter: form politician george allen was among those who turned out for the village:the message was one of solidarity and a united show of strength against racial and religious inequality. the vigil drew people from around the world. they came to stand together and to take a stand against violence. >> [inaudible] he was out there trying to -- [inaudible] >> reporter: former virginia governor george allen, now
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running for a u.s. senate seat, expressed his outrage at the shooting. >> what happened in wisconsin is a terrible tragedy. my wife susan and i and all americans deplore what happened. >> reporter: the gathering highlighted the basic 10ents of the sikh faith. they even set up a facebook page to get the word out. >> the youth got together and started this all and the fact that our entire community, sikhs and nonsikhs alike came out. >> reporter: not everyone in the crowd was a seek, which offered this young man an opportunity to clear up misconceptions. >> the biggest misconception is oh, turban, beard, terrorist. we should not be attacked because we look different.
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>> reporter: while some say page targeted the temple because he mistakenly thought muslims worshiped there, they take no comfort in that. >> we are all equal and one. >> reporter: and then as the sun set, the participants lit candles, six innocent people, who happened to be sikh. >> reporter: and as a way to continue the heals, local sikh temples have been urged to open their doors sunday to people of all faiths. maureen? >> audrey barnes tonight, thank you. let's turn our attention now to the forecast. hi, gary. >> it would be nice if i would say more of the same. >> that would be nice. so why don't you? >> i could say it. it wouldn't be right. i try to be right, the best i can. highs today, probably a little warmer than maybe you thought
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because the relative humidities were low. we were up to 88 degrees for a brief time at reagan national today. actually it was this evening we ended up getting up to 88 degrees. dulles and bwi marshal a little bit cooler. only in the middle 80s. i can say this, at least for tomorrow, still going to be comfortable with respect to the humidity. little bit more humid, but tolerable. i think the temperature will be warmer than today pretty much area-wide. temperature in the city is slower to cool. you can see we're 81 here now in town. winchester is lovely right now with a temperature of 66. culpepper 70 degrees. temperatures out of the suburbs tonight will drop into the 60s. some of you by early in the morning lower 60s. so very, very comfortable. here's the basic setup for this week. the dome of heat will stay out to the west of us. we're going to be warm, but not going to be real, real hot. it looks like more rain and
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everybody else, too. by next weekend, probably some pretty nice temperatures. i think maureen, in it comes together -- if it comes together like we're seeing, probably lower 80s for highs next weekend. >> comfortable. >> we're jumping over the week and looking at the weekend. i like that. warning, the west nile virus has been detected in maryland. what you need to know to protect yourself. >> plus, an anne arundel man reels in a big catch.      i got the chance to start my own business. i know what it's like to hire people and to make ends meet. from those experiences, i had the chance of running the olympics. the games were in real trouble. there'd been way too much spending. and in massachusetts i found a budget that was badly out of balance. our legislature was 85% democrat. and every one of the four years i was governor, we balanced the budget.
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i want to use those experiences to help americans have a better future. we believe in our future. we believe in ourselves. we believe the greatest days of america are ahead. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
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supplies, accessories or handbags. casinos are not allowed to stay open until 2:00 a.m. on week days and 4:00 a.m. on weekends. a warning to maryland residents tonight about west nile virus. the state health department says west nile virus has been detected in two separate areas. john henrehan has the story. >> reporter: mosquitos generally transmit west nile virus to humans and it's not uncommon for the disease to crop up in maryland during the summer and fall. the state health department says a mosquito trap in montgomery county has captured an infected insect, and an adult somewhere in central maryland has been infected with the disease. most of the time west nile is not a problem. according to the cdc, 80% showed no symptoms, 20% have
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mild symptoms, such as fever, headache and nausea, less than 1% get very ill, with high fever, convulsions and sometimes death. west nile pops up every year in d.c. and virginia. some residents take it seriously and actively avoid exposure to mosquitos, who tend to be out during dawn and dusk. >> i tend not to take my trash out at dusk, because they love me for some reason. and i'm outside for two minutes to walk from my back door to the alley, and my whole arm, my leg, they're all bitten up. >> reporter: you avoid going out during dusk? >> absolutely. >> we're back in the back yard grilling we use a citronella candle i believe they're called. >> i use a clip repellent on every day to keep the mosquitos away. >> reporter: mosquitos breed in standing water. so maryland's health department
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recommends periodically flushing the water out of bird baths, clearing anything from your yard that might contain water, keeping gutters clear, so water doesn't collect in them, and keeping tubs and wheelbarrows upside down. if there is standing water somewhere on your property, the likelihood of mosquitos increases. john henrehan, fox 5 news. in 2011, there were 19 confirmed cases of west nile viruses in maryland. 15 in d.c. and 9 in virginia. in virginia one of those patients died. tomorrow crews will start taking down almost 60 trees in fairfax county. a man died last month after an oak tree fell on his the tree was decayed. the trees were inspected and removal was recommended. vdot will remove them beginning tomorrow. a maryland man set the top prize in the white marlin open
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tournament. he caught the 72 marlin wednesday, winning $1.2 million and that marlin was the only one this year to meet the size requirements. congratulations to him. if you're looking for a place to retire, you won't have to go too far. maryland and virginia ranked in the top 10 liveable states for the future. maryland came in at number 10 for having the wealthiest population in the nation. virginia ranks number six. it has one of the lowest poverty rates in the country. and is one of the states with the lowest obesity rates. top three are utah, minnesota and colorado. the worst liveable state in the u.s. is west virginia. it has one of the highest unemployment rates at 7% and has the highest obesity and diabetes rate in the country. coming up, trouble in paradise for ochocinco. the pro football player finds himself behind bars after getting into a fight with his wife. >> plus, a pilot is being
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hailed a hero for saving dozens of lives before his plane crashed. that's coming up when the news at 10:00 continues.
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this photo has captured hearts all over the world. it's a picture of john unger and his job shep floating in lake superior. the dog has arthritis and is blind from cataracts. >> very stiff, and through this and into his hip. i can only give him what i can and he's always given me his all. >> these two really love each other. >> since the picture went viral, people have been asking if they can help pay for his care. a pile is dead after he crashed a sky diving plane and illinois. the plane took off from tannerville airport yesterday morning, minutes before the
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deadly accident. the aircraft was filled with 12 sky divers who were able to parachute to safety. the pilot is being called a hero for getting the passengers out. residents were evacuated from the area as a precaution. >> we heard this noise. i looked up and there's the plane coming down out of the sky. >> across the top of my house cleared probably maybe, guessing about 10 feet. >> the faa is investigating. miami dolphins receiver chad johnson is being held on $2,300 bond after his wife accused him of domestic violence. his wife said he head butted her during an argument in front of their miami home. they say it was an argument over a receipt she found for a box of condoms. general motors is recalling
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38,000 chevrolet impaula police cars because the front suspension can crash and cause a crash. all the cars were built at the factory in ontario. the romney/ryan ticket was the topic of the sunday talk shows today. what senator john mccain has to say about the new partnership. >> plus, the death toll continues to climb in iran as a second earthquake shook overnight. the news at 10:00 continues in just minutes. [ male announcer ] in n 1996,
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president clinton and a bi-partisan congress helped end welfare as we know it, by requiring work for welfare. but on july 12th, president obama quietly announced a plan to gut welfare reform by dropping work requirements. under obama's plan, you wouldn't have to work, and wouldn't have to train for a job -- they just send you your welfare check. and welfare to work goes back to being plain, old welfare. mitt romney will restore the work requirement, because it works. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
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as you can imagine, the sunday talk shows were abuzz with mitt romney's pick. both campaigns believe ryan
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could be their ticket to victory in november. >> reporter: 42-year-old paul ryan is known for his boyish charm and bookish knowledge of the federal government. a republican dynamic duo of sorts. >> excellent choice. a new generation of leadership in our party and our nation. >> reporter: there is wide agreement that the selection of ryan has changed the theme of the current presidential race. >> he's a good guy, a smart guy. he showed courage in some of the proposals he's made. what this does is shift the debate from the economy and jobs to reforming entitlements. >> reporter: ryan is chairman of the house budget committee and the principle architect of a conservative blueprint that takes on the big debt anchors of social security, medicaid, and medicare. democrats say it makes devastating cuts to america's safety net. >> they would pull the rug out from the seniors, give them a voucher, tell them they're essentially on their own. >> i think it clarifies the choice for the american people, and i think it clarifies the choice in a way that is going
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to be helpful. >> reporter: to the democrats, they believe republicans fire back, at least they have a plan. >> truth is seniors and people near retirement aren't going to be touched under his plan. >> that kind of proposal is something we need to examine and pursue. right now, i guess we have to ask, what is the plan the democrats have besides negative attack ads? >> reporter: ryan's youth and career in washington were also talked about. >> this was a guy who rubber stamped every aspect of the bush economic policy. >> remember first of all, paul ryan is about the same age as john k. kennedy and theodore roosevelt. you can have young aggressive leadership that's impressive. >> reporter: wisconsin governor scott walker say the home town voters like his ideas. >> even though he's talked about this for years, he consistently gets over 60% of the vote there. why? because voters appreciate the
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truth. >> reporter: whether that plays in other swing states remains to be seen, and the race is officially in high gear. melanie alnwick, fox 5 news. more than 250 people are dead in northwestern iran today after two earthquakes. they leveled at least 20 villages and left 16,000 homeless. here's more. >> reporter: the death toll has reportedly reached nearly 300 and thousands of earthquake victims are being treated at area hospitals, fearing more after shocks. at least 60 have rocked the area. iranian officials are saying everyone they believe to have been trappebeneath the 6.4 and 6.3 magnitude rubble has been freed. rescue efforts are being hindered, however, because many villages are hard to reach by road. water, electricity and phone lines are down and hospitals are overcrowded. most patients had been taken to get medical treatment by their families because there is a
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shortage of ambulances. thousands more are left homeless. they awoke this morning this makeshift camps. a lack of tents and other supplies left them vulnerable to the night chill. they're hoping to get clothes and blankets and beds. most casualties appear to be in two rural villages. russian's president, vladimir putin, has reportedly sent a telegram to iran's president expressing his sympathy. and pope benedict xvi has asked christians to pray for the victims of the quakes. egypt's new president has kicked the defense minister and chief of staff out of their offices as he struggles to get power back from the military of the military forces killed 17 raids and the dead are believed to be militants. these are the first reported
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casualties since last week. egypt's military promised they would give up control of the country after the free election. wind jet officially stopped operating today. the flights were canceled due to the failure of a deal to purchase the low cost barrier. the aviation authority there has reached an agreement to take on passengers for additional fee. but hundreds of travelers are still stranded. opposition leaders are calling on international powers to create a no fly zone in specific regions of the country. with washington's help from turkey, they may get their wish. >> reporter: ed leader of syria's opposition group in exile calls on international powers to enforce a no fly zone
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in certain areas, saying the move would protect civilians. opposition members want it imposed along borders with turkey. >>(translator): may god protect free syrian army fighters. we don't want anyone to protect us, but them. we want them to save us from assad. >> reporter: saturday, u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton said washington and turkey are discussing options to help, flewing the no fly zone. meantime, about 250 people recently fled syria to turkey in search of temporary shelter. currently, more than 50,000 refugees have escaped to turkey, by has beefed up security along its border over concern of conflict in some towns. >>(translator): the current situation there is the massacre
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going on terrible. god is on the free syrian army side. >> reporter: many other refugees have fled to jordan. >> we are helping jordan and -- [inaudible] >> reporter: activists reports indicate more clashes today. syria's state news ages is reporting security forces have ambushed a group, killing and wounding some of them. a meeting scheduled for today in saudi arabia has been postponed for unknown reasons. sports is next on the news at 10:00. the nats' teenager has an adventure in arizona. lindsay murphy is up next. >> forecast for your work week is coming up. stay with us, the news will continue. this is the plan for back to school.
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seen this? mitt romney claiming welfare's work requiremen? i'm barack obama and i approve this message the new york times calls it 'blatantly false' the washington post says: "the obama administration is not removing the bill's work requirements at all." in fact, obama's getting states to move twenty percent more people from welfare to work. and president clinton's reaction to the romney ad? it's just "not true." get the facts.
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bryce harper back in the lineup. >> one of our interns came up -- bryce yourself. had him not start for two games. he came in to pinch hit and played the outfield yesterday. kind of a break. been struggling since the all- star break. nationals were streaking. 8straight. hoping to continue and tie their longest win streak in franchise history of 10 games. diamondbacks trying to avoid their first home sweep since 2004. bryce harper, a wild first inning. reaches first up the middle and he runs into the umpire. he's safe. moments later he gets picked off. ends up in a pile of dirt on the ground. not his day. bottom of the 3rd, 1-0. they
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pile it on. two runs come in to score. diamondbacks win 7-4 and the winning streak is now over. the orioles at home looking to split a four-game series against the orioles. bottom of the 2nd. ball to deep right center. appears to be out. wait a minute, the umpire says let me look it over. they review it, rule it a homerun. starts his mlb career with six hits in his first 13 at bats, five for extra bases. bottom 6th, tie game, reynolds unties it, single to left scoring jones. orioles win 5-3. they are 9 games over 500. redskins news, most fans were focused on rg3 and the offense, but the defense rose to the occasion in buffalo. gave up only 6-points, good enough for the 7-6 victory. late in the second quarter, kept the bills out of the end
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zone on six consecutive plays inside the 10-yard line. defensive tackle chris baker loved the effort by the defense on their goal line stand. >> our game plan, any time we get back something like that, want to keep them out of the end zone. want to stay low and power through and that's what happened. reading the keys and doing what we do. it was no particular game plan. the game plan was to keep them out the end zone. >> tonight on sports xtra, you won't believe how many kids quarterback dee angelo hall has. >> take a guess. >> i don't know that i want to. four, five. >> it's more than that. he's a busy guy. >> good tease, lindsay murphy. coming up, the u.s. military is going geek to get the upper hand on the enemy. that's coming up in just minutes.
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[ male announcer ] in 1996, president clinton and a bi-partisan congress helped end welfare as we know it, by requiring work for welfare. but on july 12th, president obama quietly announced a plan to gut welfare reform by dropping work requirements. under obama's plan, you wouldn't have to work, and wouldn't have to train for a job -- they just send you your welfare check. and welfare to work goes back to being plain, old welfare. mitt romney will restore the work requirement, because it works. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
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aircraft started off sorts of ufo rumors when it was spotted riding on the back of a flat bed truck. the navy unveiled what was dubbed the beltway ufo. it was just a drone. fox5's wisdom martin has the story. >> reporter: inspired by the military's aircraft drones, the u.s. navy is aggressively pursuing self-driven undersea vehicles. >> we do see these vehicles as game changers. they increase the access and increase the range of our manned operational forces and they can keep man out of harm's way. >> reporter: they are currently being used to detect mines and
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map the ocean floor. one recently navigated from cape cod to new port, rhode island. officials said the sailboat guided waters provided a realistic environment to test the gadgets. >> these systems have a lot of computing power. have advanced sensors in them. and they have atonmy that can perceive and identify and avoid obstacles and course their own path through obstacles and get to their objectives. >> reporter: with tweaks over the next several years, the military says the drones will be applied more to intelligence gathering, eventually the navy hopes the unmanned crafts will pilot themselves across the ocean. >> we want these devices to be able to go in and find their way in tough environments through adversarial conditions without the aid of operators or help from operation forces. >> reporter: compared with aerial drones, the under sea
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vehicles can be more challenging to control from a distance. the water distorts the transmission of signal and they have to deal with boat traffic, currents and obstacles on the ocean floor. >> communication challenged devices, so they're limited capability -- their limited capability -- above water we want to pick and choose when they pop up to the surface, so they can communicate over air. >> reporter: the navy sees the drones as a cost effective way to extend the reach of its submarine fleet, which has been gradually shrinking in size since the end of the cold war. wisdom martin, fox 5 news. time to talk about the weather. was not a bad day at all. >> if we can talk more about what we had today, then i'm all in. >> i think we can. we shape the newscast, gary. what you want to talk about, we can accommodate. >> i have control the next
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couple of minutes? >> i'm giving you 30, that's it. >> i think the producer gave me a few. i don't know about you, maureen, and anybody else, i'm ready for fall. >> no, not yet, not yet. >> not yet? >> it's been hot. let's not get too hasty. come on, gary. >> beautiful picture out there tonight. gorgeous day. turned into a nice evening out there. very comfortable temperatures. looks like very comfortable temperatures overnight tonight. looks like some of you will be in the 60s, especially in our northwestern, extreme western suburbs. sunny and warmer tomorrow. little bit more humid. just a little bit more humid. as we get into tuesday, another chance of showers and thunderstorms coming our way. that's our next best chance to get wet. by next weekend, probably saturday and into sunday, it does definitely look like a little cooler piece of air is coming down out of canada. we'll be tracking that this
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week to see if there will be changes. not extreme cooler air, just temperatures from the upper 80s probably back down into the lower 80s for high temperatures and lower humidity, too. it's looking like at least cooler air is in the offing in the next six, seven days. 81 now. slow to cool. quantico is 77. culpepper, upper 60s and i-81 corridor temperatures in the mid- to upper 60s. hagerstown still at 72. baltimore is 71. i think overnight tonight really, really nice. here in town we'll get down into the lower 70s. out in the suburbs. temperatures in the mid-60s to the upper 60s. winds will be light. very comfortable and a very nice overnight. we have a couple of clouds moving through. not really much. it's not anything to worry about. if you go back out to the west here, you see some rain creeping in our direction. this will fall apart before it gets here. but it is coming off the same
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system that will bring us a chance for showers and some thunderstorms as we start heading into, well, probably late, late monday night we have a possibility of a shower and then maybe getting into early tuesday. but most of the rain will come in tuesday afternoon and tuesday evening. here's futurecast tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. loads of sunshine. couple of clouds tomorrow afternoon. temperatures warming up. this is tuesday morning at 9:00 a.m. clouds and a couple of showers to start. it really looks like most of the rain potential comes in later in the day through tuesday night, and we're thinking by wednesday we clear out. will be a few clouds wednesday. will be a little bit cooler, and gradually a little bit less humid. looks like as we get into thursday, that will be a real nice day around here. temperatures tonight, lower 70s. you get out in the suburbs, you start getting more to the upper 60s. tomorrow we're right back up into the upper 80s.
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90degrees in town. a lot like today. again, a little bit warmer. a little bit more humidity. but you probably won't really notice. we start with a lot of sunshine and looks like mostly sunny through the day tomorrow. temperatures again jumping up into the upper 80s to around 90 degrees. no extreme heat this week. up in the lower 90s tuesday in advance of the thunderstorms. cooler for wednesday and thursday and friday. again, next weekend probably lower 80s for highs. we have something we want to share with people. we want to see goodbye to someone who has worked here for a long time. >> charlie carson, he's been one of our engineers. he fixes stuff when we break it. we wanted to shoot pictures of him. >> yeah. he said no. >> he said, no. if you know charlie, that's understandable. today is the last day he's with us. he's been here --
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>> 39 years. >> 39 years. same building. >> that's before wttg was here. >> what was it, a radio station? >> what's charlie going to do? he wants to travel, and run his own business and not fix things around here anymore. he deserves a break. we want to thank you for everything you've done and we wish you all the best. let's move on to a developing story. evangelist billy graham, he is in the hospital tonight. the 93-year-old was admitted last night for what doctors believe is bronchitis. he is resting and comfortable and getting antibiotics. he was treated last fall with pneumonia. in tonight's health alert, a blood test that may tell you your risk for developing
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prostate cancer. the psa tests don't always detect cancer for men in their 40s, but when done early, determines who should be regularly screened and could save lives. >> there's good data that shows that a psa test in everybody, whether you're in your 40s, predicts your lifetime risk of prostate cancer. what it shows is if you're below the population average, your lifetime risk of getting the cancer is under 10%. >> doctors say too many men wait until their 60s and 70s to get the test, which is not as beneficial since early detection speeds up the treatment process. if you could give up an organ for someone, would you? one man traveled thousands of miles to give a kidney to someone he barely knew. deena centifonti introduces us to that man and the person he saved. >> reporter: kidney in cooler,
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this doctor is on a mission. >> i'm excited. i just want to get it over with and start the healing process. >> reporter: the story starts with two men, one a grandfather, 62-year-old terry phillips, in need of a kidney. the other, a 34-year-old distant family acquaintance, willing to donate his. >> as soon as i found out we were a match, i wanted to do it right away. >> what we call a hand assisted procedure. >> reporter: after months of testing, physical and psychological, transplant day arrives. getting ryan's kidney out involves three things, a tiny video camera to guide a dissecting tool, and then the surgeon's hand. >> with the kidney in the surgeon's hand, they pull it out through that 3-inch incision, which is just large enough to get the kidney out in a condition where it's going to be good for transplant, but also not to leave a very big
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scar for the donor. >> reporter: the kidney is packed into an iced cooler and quickly taken to terry's room. putting the kidney in easier than taking it out. critical connections are made, so blood can be filtered. and then, eventually, he'll walk away with three kidneys. >> most people with kidney failure, it's not harming them. their own kidneys sit there and don't cause trouble. >> reporter: terry has three? >> he has three kidneys. >> reporter: terry will spend the rest of his life on anti- rejection medication, which in effect tells his immune system to slow down, raising the risk of other infections. >> we don't give people transplants to sit at home and live in a bubble and be afraid of every single bug that exists out there in the word. they don't have to do that. they can live normal lives. >> it hasn't been easy for him. >> reporter: a week later,
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recovering and in pain, ryan, in a rare show of emotion, describes the moment he first saw terry after the surgery. >> next day we got together, and we saw each other. we were like, yes, we both were just so happy that we both made it out of it. tears. it was so happy and joyful. >> big thank you. just a big thank you. >> reporter: terry feels like a new man. the new kidney is doing what it should. >> the kidney started working on that day. i was really surprised how fast it worked. >> reporter: and ryan, who never had surgery before, is realizing recovery might be a little rough, but he has not one regret. >> sounds bad and feels bad, but all that goes away. i mean, to be able help someone
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