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not the team they were -- well, they know what we're talking about. they're the division champs. >> that's all you need to know. >> i'm wisdom martin. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> welcome to fox 5 morning news and tucker barnes. >> who knew losing could feel so good. >> tucker is sporting the t- shirt. >> we all got one. >> we all have them here. tucker gets to wear his all morning long because you are the weather person and you get to enjoy that. >> very comfortable. i heard melanie say it was 79 years. >> that is amazing. a long time. >> a very long time. >> and to see all those young kids would are like eight years old talking about how great it is. >> if you are an orioles fan, it's been 15 years. >> that is a long time too. >> more of the nationals coming up. let's do weather forecasts for you real quick. we have showers moving n from the west. heaviest rain all morning long has been to the west. you can see out towards
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winchester, as you get out to the mountains up to the west, some pretty good rainfall rates at the moment and notice the darker colors, the yellows and reds. that is indicating some pretty heavy rain out to the west. inside the district, we are not getting much. maybe a little bit of light rain, maybe a few sprinkles but not a lot. we'll see showers throughout the day. lots of clouds around. the trend will be lots of clouds with rain showers today. we are mild, 66 in washington. 61 at dulles. here is your forecast for today. 66 right now in washington as i mentioned. here is your forecast for today, 76. lots of clouds, showers and maybe even a thunderstorm lineally today. bring an umbrella here just in case. not going to be raining all day. >> good news there. not l day. >> time to say hell toe julie wright, see what is happening during the morning commute. it is a beautiful day. >> wisdom!
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>> it is. the nats are the champs. >> she is any adepression over the cowboys. >> oh, it's just one week. >> thank you, wisdom. we still have 11 weeks to go. >> something like that. but the nats are the champs today. let's focus on that. >> that is the good thing. we are very happy for the bats. i know baseball fans in this town are just upside down with joy and they should be. we have accident activity involving an overturned vehicle. the ramp from westbound 100 to 295 is shut down. eastbound, the lane remain open. on the other side of town, you will find lanes are open 395 coming across the 14th street bridge making your way from the potomac to the southeast- southwest freeway. beltway looks good traveling between annandale and merrifield. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. new this morning, rescuers
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in hong kong continue to look for survivors following yesterday's devastating boat crash. officials say 36 people were killed and dozens more injured when the boat carrying utility workers collided with the ferry. boat was carrying the workers and their families to watch fireworks to celebrate china's national day. survivors say the boat began to sink immediately after the collision. police in frederick, maryland say they are dealing with the violent crime spike that includes the city's first murder of the year. early sunday morning, 36-year- old lamont ellis was found shot dead in an alley. friends and family members gathered at a vigil last night and while fox 5 was working the story, shots rang out nearby. officers raced to that scene. it turned out to be a street fight involving 15 to 20 people along west south street. one person was stabbed and is in serious condition. no word for the two incidents are related. a local university professor killed in a tragic accident in northwest.
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a driver hay medical emergency and lost control of her vehicle. she hit professor rhett leverett as he stood on the sidewalk at sixth and e street. he taught history at marymount with an emphasis on european history. he was 60 years old. protesters will continue today to mark the one-year anniversary of the occupy d.c. movement. protesters will hold a veteran march at noon at freedom plaza as well as a protest tonight in front of the bank of america on vermont and l street. yesterday, protester marched on freedom plaza to the commerce building. they say the anniversary is important to remind people of the issues they say are still unrevolved from last year. m la it is the big story this morning. the nats shock the baseball world and are champs of the
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national league east. the celebration lasted well into the morning hours. >> this is their first trip to the playoffs in the team's eight-year history in d.c. fox 5's melanie alnwick live at nats park with more on an incredible season. good morning. >> good morning. the commemorative merchandise is already rolling off the pressess not just there in the fox 5 studio. we understand there will be several places opening up later today, ready to open their doors to fans to come in and get the commemorative t-shirts and pend pennants and all kinds of great things to celebrate the washington's first entry into the post-season. the fans packed in last night anticipating a win over the phillies that would seal their place in the division playoffs. but in the end, it was not a in thes win but a loss by the atlanta braves that put them there. the braves loss to the priorities was in the books was during the last inning of the nationals game. players were popping champagne
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corks and fireworks lit up the sky to the roar of jubilant fans. players were high fiving and hugging and went out on to the field to celebrate. it has been a long time coming for fans of washington baseball, the first pro season for a team here in washington, d.c. in 79 years. >> i can't even express right now what i'm he feeling. this is amazing. it was kind ever anticlimactic a little bit but we're going to the post-season. >>-- it was kind of anticlimactic a little bit but we're going to the postseason. >> we lost but we won. >> reporter: a fitting end. such an interesting ending to the season. people would have liked to have seen a win. we have to talk about where they came from. at one point, they had one of
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the worst records in major league baseball but that allowed them to pick up some of the players today who have been credited with getting this team to where they are. players like gio gonzalez, stephen strasburg and jayson werth. fans here just elated and excited. the first home game here for the division series is sold out but i did check to see, if you want tickets for home game two, you got $315, you can get into one of these party suites. >> yeah, just a little bit of change laying around. >> that is tucker barnes money they're talking about right there. >> thank you. here is how the playoff picture actually shapes up right now. the nats have the second best record. they would face the giants beginning on saturday. if the nats ends up with the best record in baseball, they would face the winner of the one-game wild card beginning on sunday. the wild card game is between
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the braves and either the cardinals or dodgers. either way they begin the best of five game series on the roads. >> very much exciting. can't wait to try to get tickets. maybe we'll get a $30 ticket and stand up in the ck of the facility. new this morning, just how long did bernie madoff swindle investors? it may be longer than we first thought. >> plus a tractor-trailer slam into his a commuter train. the latest on the injuries as we check more headlines coming up.
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making headlines this morning, crews worked into the early-morning hours removing three train cars and repairing damaged railroad tracks in central california. a tractor-trailer slammed into the amtrak train yesterday and 20 passengers were hurt. most of the injuries were bumps and bruises and maybe some broken bones in there. while bernie madoff serves his prison sentence, we are learning more about his fraud scheme that landed him behind bars. new york prosecutors say the fraud began as far back as the
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early 1970s. it is believed investors lost about $20 billion. that is all according to a rewritten indictment that brings new charges against four long-time madoff employees. ten years ago today, our region was terrorized by a shooting spree. for three weeks, people did not know where the next victimmed would be shot. john allen muhammad and lee boyd malvo were found guilty. malvo told the "washington post" when he saw the reaction of a husband who lost his wife, it made him feel, quote, like scum. one of the great beauties of the world, the largest coral reef system on earth. >> we are talking about the great barrier reef. it is so beautiful. but up next, major concerns about it. we'll tell you what has scientists alarmed. now, let's check in with talker. >> sill celebrating over here
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in the weather center. -- now, let's check in with tucker. >> i'll have the details on the weather forecast and julie wright has a look at traffic right after the break.
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welcome back. we take a look outside. washington monument right there. camera shaking around a little bit. we'll check in with tucker in just a bit. first, an alarming study about
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the great barrier reef in australia. scientists say the coral cover has dropped by more than half since 1985. one of the major causes of decline, starfish which feed on the coral. the crown of thorns starfish apparently prosper when artificial nutrients increase in oceans. scientists are kara gormleying up with a way to reduce the population. storm damage is also contributing to the loss of coral. that is astounding to think since 1985. >> something that you don't think about. >> you don't until we see beautiful pictures on tv right now. hopefully, they can do something about that. >> not much we can do about the rain in our area though. >> it is moving in here from the south and west. it will be with us on and off here newout the day. it won't be raining all day long. we'll have periods of showers as we continue to watch this warm front kind of lift through. in you like the milder temperatures, they were on the way later this afternoon. live look at your radar.
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you can see most of the rain and/or the heaviest rain continues to be out to the west. but many of the suburbs here just to the west of washington now pretty good rains. reston, you are about to get pretty good rain. manassas, you've had a good shower. leesburg, out towards sterling, front royal, winchester, we've gotten some rain as well. again, all of this is kind of lifting off. you can see it lifting off to the north and east but we will see additional showers develop during the course of the day and move through the district. let me show you what is happening. there is an area of low pressure out to the west today. you can't really see it but it is right there in central kentucky and will be lifting up to the greek and dragging with the it the cloud cover and showers through the washington area. you can see we've got additional showers through the carolinas and some will move through from time to time and present the possibility of some showers around here along with mild temperatures. our warm front has come through. with that warm front moving on n our temperatures will be in the mid-70s later today and actually a little humidity out there for your tuesday. so if you like the summertime
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feel, you will love the next couple of days. our temperatures will be on the mild side. 66 in washington. 69 in annapolis. a little cooler with the rain showers off to the west. 58 this morning in martinsburg. 61 in culpeper. let's do the futurecast. we'll put it in motion for you. it is not raining all day long. there we go. at 9:00 a.m., we'll get a good batch of moisture to the north. might see in sunshine working through the clouds and we'll be kind of mild out here. the showers will continue. tomorrow morning, we'll wake up with the showers and the trend will be to clear things out by tomorrow affect. showers and storms likely. kind of on again, off again throughout the day. winds here out of the east at five miles per hour. here is your accu-weather seven- day forecast. a few showers around el tomorrow and then we'll be mild
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for the next several days with highs around 70. -- a few showers around here tomorrow. let's get the latest from julie wright. >> on the roads right now, waking up to a little bit the wet pavement here. allow extra time on the roads. wet pavement, road spray to accompany you as you travel southbound leaving hyattsville heading into clarksburg. the crash that was westbound route 100 now cleared. you are able to do the double nickel up and across the 14th street bridge. no trouble spots to report at the wilson bridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. imetraffic. a new parking plan for d.c. it would reserve about 10% of all meters for disabled drivers. it is also expected to cut down on fraud. >> the new effort comes after a lot of people complained about
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the red top meters. that program is suspended and now, as fox 5's matt ackland shows us, there is a new plan to consider. >> reporter: it was supposed to solve all of the problems. in red top meters would reserve spots for the disabled and spot the abuse of the city's old free disabled parking policy. soon after it started, the council shut it down. there was mass confusion. >> the program got off to what we can characterize as a fairly rocky start. >> reporter: many complained there were simply not enough red tops. but now, a plan introduced by councilmember mary cheh would make 1800 of the district's 18,800 meter spots red top disabled parking only. >> all 100 red top meters will be installed at the end of blocks nearest to the the curb cuts. >> reporter: fraud was one reason for the reform. a fox 5 investigation exposed those who and to be using
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disabled parking placards to park free all day. the district followed up with its open camera investigation. >> we've had a problem. some able-bodied drivers have abused the district's current disabled parking system by fraudulently displaying handicap placards on their dashboards in order not to pay parking meet are fees. >> reporter: but is 10% too much? officials say there are over 160,000 people living in d.c. who are disabled. and many more who travel into the city each day. >> the mayor's mission is to make sure we are a national model of acceptability. it is very important to the ad mark. it is the right thing to do. >> reporter: at this point, the red top policy is not being enforced. currently, there are about 450 red top meters on the streets in d.c. there are many more sitting in warehouses and, if cheh's plan goes through, the city will have to order 300 new
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red top meters. in the newsroom, matt ackland, fox 5 news. the city is taking a look at those food trucks. they are very pop already in this area. up next, you will now be paying a bit more for that quick meal. >> we'll tell you how much more and why coming up next.
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david smallwood: maryland money needs to stay in maryland. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware... and pennsylvania. one west virginia paper calls it a "cash cow" for them. but its cost maryland over one billion dollars. money that could have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven keeps maryland money in maryland. david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland. s. lunch just got a little
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more expensive at d.c.'s food trucks. you have to pay an actual 10 cents. >> 10% actually. i know what you meant. laura evans has our story now. >> the food truck craze has reached such a fevered pitch, the d.c. government is now having its falafel and eating it too. serving up the barbecue, pour on the extra cause and don't forget the tax. >> isn't that pretty much every restaurant is just like the food trucks now? >> that's exactly right. the food trucks had always paid a flat $100 feet and now the city is implementing the sales tax act. they have to charge 10% on every sale. >> thank you very much. >> what is 10%? everybody has to get their cut, right? >> don't like paying more. >> we're giving away free coconut macaroons because of
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the sales tax today. >> reporter: james mcauley eats at food trucks every day. he think the tax is fair. it is just annoying. >> things are already kind of expensive when you pay with a credit card or what not, there is additional fees now for that too. >> reporter: steve adelson says he is fine with paying his fair share. >> at this point, we are on a level playing field and we should be treated with the same respect that other businesses are instead of the pariah that, in essence, we've been being. >> it is just getting customers used to it. >> reporter: the first day going off without too many complaints. most of the customers say they still enjoy the convenience and the relatively inexpensive meal despite the extra 10%. laura evans, fox 5 news. our big story this morning, be very proud of your washington nats. >> headed to the playoffs as the national league east champions. we'll get a live report from nats park when we come back. stay with us. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the...
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number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to other states. and independent audits will guarantee the money... goes where it's supposed to. krystal conwell: i think people should vote for question... seven because i think it will be a great benefit to children.
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welcome back. tuesday, october 2nd. taking a look at the traffic there on the beltway. first, let's check in with tucker to get the latest on the weather. we saw a little bit of rain overnight t will continue off and on? >> showers throughout the day. we have a pretty good batch of showers just to the west. heavy enough that it will probably slow your commute if you are coming in from places
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like leesburg and reston. it is possible you could hear a rumble of thunder too. we could see a few thunderstorms later today. some of this rain shower activity now approaching the district. i think most of us will get at least some shower activity here touring the morning hours. and that will be the theme around here today. lots of clouds. might be a peak of sunshine with on again, off again showers as we continue to watch this area of low pressure pass to our west. temperature right now at reagan national, it is in the 60s. nice and mild. it will be a nice mild afternoon with highs expected to top out in the mid-70s. a little warmer than yesterday. 66 right now in washington. 61 out at dulles. here is your forecast, temperatures in the mid-70s later today with showers in the forecast. if you are just tuning in right now and you think it is casual friday, it is just tucker wearing the big new t- shirt in town. the nats the division champs. we'll be seeing these a lot. >> i think they gave them out last night to the fans. >> a lot of people got them. it looks very nice on you.
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>> thank you. >> let's check in with julie wright to get the latest on traffic. >> the truth is tucker took all of his spare change and bought the ticket to the playoff. he can't afford a jacket. that is why he is wearing the t- shirt. >> oh, tucker. >> on the roads, you will find lanes are open if you are traveling northbound 395 at duke street. still an easy go in the express lanes and the main line. you will find north of town on wet pavement southbound 270 coming in out of hyattstown starting to tap the brakes as volume increases headed south of 109 out towards clarksburg. by the time you hit the beltway, not a drop in sight. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. the big story this morning, the nats and their fans celebrating the team's first nl east title. the nationals sealed the deal when the braves lost to the pirates last night. the playoffs are just days away so the city has some time to
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celebrate the first step to a world title. melanie alnwick has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i'm not feeling left out. i got my commemorative t-shirt as well here. the nationals wanting people to know that these are rolling off the presses. it will be available for sale at the nationals team store today as well as other partner locations. fans just packed nationals park here last night. i think i even saw mayor tony williams, former mayor tony williams back behind home plate last night when jayson werth was up to bat. they were all hoping that there would be a win against the phillies that would really seal their place in the post high pressure season in the division series. but it ended up not being a win but a loss by the braves that put them there. the braves lost to the pittsburgh pirates. was in the the last inning of the nationals game. the nats were up able to score against the phillies but as the
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last out crossed the plate, the celebration erupted anyway. players popped champagne corks. there were high fives and celebration on the field. this has been a long time coming for washington baseball fans. the first postseason for a team based in d.c. the team is feeling pretty good that this season isn't just a fluke. >> we know we had a lot to do this year. we want to be in this position year in and year out if i along time. >> when i got drafted two years ago, i knew we were going to have a great team. we had a great organization. we just have a great staff, great group of guys and, of course, i thought we were going to win definitely. i had no doubt in my mind. maybe that is a little cocky but that is how i am. >> reporter: it has been an incredible rookie seen for bryce harper. his number 34 jersey is now the fourth best selling jersey in
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major league babble behind derek joseph wrighter and josh hamilton and ichiro suzuki. assuming the nationals do make it to the national league championship series, game five, if we believe this will that be bryce harper's birthday. he will turn 20 on october 19th, possibly the day they play in the national league championship series. who knows? >> who knows. all right. let's hope that is an owe men to good thins to come. thank you very much. making headline this morning, a violent crime spree in frederick that includes the city's first murder of the year. early sunday morning, 36-year- old lamont ellis was found shot dead in an alley. friends and family members gathered at a haven't ill last night. while fox 5 was working on the
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story, conducting interviews at police headquarters, shots rang out. -- family members gathered at a vigil last night. one person is stabbed and is in serious condition. no word for the two incidents are related. are related. it has been 10 years to the day since the d.c. sniper attacks began. ten people were killed and three others hurt touring the shooting spree. john allen muhammad and lee boyd malvo were eventually captured and convicted of the killings. malvo is serving a life sentence with no parole in virginia. in an interview with the "washington post," he admits there is no way to properly convey an apology to the families of his victims. occupy d.c. protesters are expected to continue their marches today with a veterans march at noon and a sleepful protest outside of the bank of america on vermont and l street this evening. ♪ oh, when the chamber comes rushing down &&. >> yesterday, the group marched
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from freedom plaza to the commerce building. he protesters say they want to remain peaceful in order to convey their message against corporate greed and politics. >> i think for a lot of us, it starts with getting the government to listen to people instead of corporate money. it has been a mystery for decades. what happened to missing teamsters boss, jimmy hoffa? coming up income, could investigators get a huge clue today? >> plus, hong kong's worst accident in well over a decade. the latest on the deadly boating accident. we are checking more headlines coming up. stay with us.  [ male annououncer ] we the people, the middle class, who move our country forward, work hard, raise families, and keep america strong. but mitt romney's budget plan will hurt the middle class, raising taxes on the average family by up to $2,000,
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in hong kong, more than 30 people are dead and dozens more injured following a boating accident. a boat carrying 121 utility workers to celebrate china's national day collided with a ferry last night. officials say the boat sank shortly after. the rescuers are still working to recover more bodies this morning. >> north korea is warning that u.s. policy is hostile an is pushing the korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war. the north korean foreign minister blasted the united states in a speech to the u.n.
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yesterday. he also said his country's nuclear program is a deterrent to all-out war. no comment yet from the white house. police are hoping for new clues today in a decades-old mystery. scientists at michigan state university are expected to release the results of tests on soil samples from the ground beneath a driveway in a residential neighborhood. they are trying to determine whether the remains of jimmy hoffa could be buried there. the teamsters boss vanished almost 40 years ago and neighbors are eagerly awaiting that report. >> this is history in the making. amazing. >> i think it would be cool if it was. something good for the community, something cool to say this is where you live. jimmy hoffa is buried there. >> a tip about the prior owner of the property who worked for a detroit mafia cap tape led to the search. police are not sure the time line matches up to hoffa's death but investigators say we should learn more today. the big debates start
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tomorrow night and both the president and governor romney are practicing in mock debates. the president took a break from preparing to vies -- visit a local campaign office and brought in pizza. he even got on the phone to make some calls to residents of nevada. romney is getting ready at a denver hotel today. yesterday, he rallied voters at a campaign event. he is pointing to the turmoil in the middle east and libya i sag the preis in over his head and the country will be worse off if he gets a second term. the white house with a whole new look for a good cause. that is coming up next. >> plus, the world's biggest frito chili pie. that sounds like a stomachache.
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we'll show you that coming up next. >> right now, no! no! no! >> she is not talking to a dog. what would you do if you came face to face with a bear. probably not what that woman just did. we'll have details on that. plus, we have your weather and traffic, everyone. stay with us. it is coming up on 5:42. qq7r31
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live look outside as traffic starts to stir early this morning. we'll get an update on the traffic situation with julie wright coming up a little bit later on. did you notice that the white house is a shade of pink. nothing wrong with your camera. it is actually a shade of pink. that is because it is in honor of breast cancer awareness month. the american cancer society says about 230,000 american women were diagnosed with breast cancer last year. >> this is going to give you a stomachache like wisdom said coming up here. what do you get when you mix chili cheese and fritos. the world's big of the frito pie. it landed in the guiness book of world records. we are all about trying to make a pie or something just to break a record. it was made on the 0th
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anniversary of fritos which originated in san antonio. i would try it. >> it actually looks pretty good. >> it sounds good. >> here is the thing though. we've got all the biggest this and biggest that. what do you do with all that stuff? do you just toss it. >> they're serving it to people. >> they probably don't eat it all. >> i don't know, you gather a thousand of your closest friends. >> what is a frito pie. i've never heard a frito pie. >> you make a pie with chili and you throw fritos in it and stir it up. >> it was chili, cheese and fritos. >> sounds delicious, doesn't it in. >> right now, it sounds great. i'm he hungry know. >> you guys mention the nationals or the nl east champs. >> you got the shirt on. >> you just hit a home run with this weather forecast. >> thank you, i'll do my best. maybe an inside the park job. the radar showing the shower arctivity president-elect yes
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heavy here in spots just off to the west of washington. this will likely -- we'll talk to julie but i think this will probably slow things down. as we head out towards dulles airport, the rain continues to fall at a pretty good rate. here in washington, points east, not a whole lot at the moment. we'll see additional showers later today as we switch maps. we'll be able to show you that the shower activity continues. there we go. and you can see the heaviest here just off to the north and west of washington. we've got some spotty showers breaking out now in anne arundel county and down to the south. lots of showers in the forecast today. lots of clouds too. along with some mild temperatures. area of low pressure out to the west. going to drag itself up into the great lakes and drag all this moisture and cloud cover you see across the mid-atlantic through the region later today. so bring an umbrella. be ready for periods of shower activity. we will have showers in the forecast on and off for your
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tuesday. 66 in town. 61 this morning in gaithersburg. 59 in frederick. 6 # in leonardtown actually nice comfortable start to your day. high temperatures in the mid- 70s -- 68 in leonardtown, a nice comfortable start to your day. possible of a thunderstorm, certainly the case as we will have somewhat up stable air here later. early, we'll wake up with cloud cover but i think by wednesday afternoon as the front gets through here, sunshine returns along with mild temperatures for a couple of days actually nice start to october here starting tomorrow. 76 today, cloudy skies. maybe a thunderstorm likely. winds out of east at about five. here is your accu-weather seven- day forecast. nice and warm, 83 with afternoon sunshine. thursday, friday, saturday look great. saturday is a little cooler. that turns the corner to some real october weather by sunday and monday, highs only in the 60s. let's do some traffic and get the latest from julie wright. >> what is that rain doing to the roads? >> it is not helping our commute. let me take you out to the
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west. i've got accident activity northbound 2 28 at 66. this is tying up the left side of the this ramp because of this crash. for those traveling in virginia along 95, we've got some slowdowns to point out but we have a crash reported along occoquan road at route one. overall northbound i-95 coming north out of fredericksburg below speed. almost a 20 minute commute headed northbound out of fredericksburg headed in towards stafford. other side of up to, lanes are open. a lot of road spray kicking up in your face. it is better out of germantown headed out towards the split. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. black bears may think they are at the top of the food chain but an angry home owner is out to show them who's boss. she was tired of bears walking
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on her back porch so she took charge of the situation. >> get down right now! no! no! no! >> wow! as you heard, the woman screamed at the bear like it was a bad dog. the bear took the hint and ran away. >> two things here. >> she said that like it was a common occurrence. like the bear is -- like get down. get away. >> and the second thing was there was somebody videotaping this. >> i guess that is what you do if you see a bear in the backyard. >> i got another idea what you do. take off running. speaking of running, the redskins' archrivals in monday night football action, they weren't running well last night. but someone wasn't ready for prime time. we'll tell you who that is. guess who. tony romo. >> we'll check out what is coming to blu-ray for the first time. stay with us.
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the bears on the road to face the cowboys on monday night football. it was a tough game for tony romo. cowboys quarterback got intercepted five times. two of them were returned to bears touchdowns. romo's counterpart, jay cutler, kept the mistake to a minimum. chicago went on to win 34-18. all right n baseball, the orioles are now a game back in
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the race for the al eastern division title. the yankees beat the red sox 10- 26789 both teams have already clinched at least a wild card spot and have just two games left in the season. blake shelton brings us the holidays i recall and princess butter cup is back. >> we have a check on what is new in entertainment. >> i'll see my face shining in it by morning. >> reporter: it has been 25 years since audienced opened the book on princess butter cup. to mark the anniversary, the movie is being released on blu- ray with extras and interviews with director rob reiner and the film's stars. >> have my parents come for me? >> the motion picture annie marks 30 rears with a blu-ray addition that includes sing- alongs and more. there are also plenty of eerie
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prehalloween films on the list. robert de niro star in the supernatural thriller red lights about researcher looking for disprove a psychic. the indie film, sound of my voice has a boyfriend and girl fend friend out to expose the leader of a cult. plus there is dark shadows following barnabas collins as he rejoins the world and his descendants in 1972. peeking of unusual family, peace, love and misunderstanding explores what happens when a divorced single mother heads to woodstock to stay with her eccentric mother. chris pine and elizabeth banks have people like us about a son who sets out to the meet the sister he never knew after his father passes away. >> we have to do something! >> reporter: these roommates
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are like family. they deliver season one of the hit fox show, new girl. >> hey, sailor. then in new music, heart release their 14th studio album, fanatics. the piano guys who became an internet sent indication with their cover songs with a full album out. plus break shelton gets a head start on the holidays with his first christmas album, cheers, it's christmas featuring duets that range from a tune with his wife miranda lambert, to one with his mother. mother. here is a question for you. do you ever or do you often have dreams about work? ahead at 6:00, whats that dreams reveal about what is going on at the office. let's take a look at our
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