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national league cy young award over the nationals' gio gonzalez. -- the mets pitcher won the national league cy young award over the nationals' gio gonzalez. it is thursday, november 15th. it is almost friday. good morning to you. i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning news. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> let's check in with tucker barnes now and get the latest on our weather. it will be cold from here on out. >> you guys are so heavy on this. it won't be cold forever. i promise sometime next year it will warm up. >> we know that. >> it's in the 30s. >> we've entered into this time of the year. >> we are making a transition
to a more wintry pattern over the next several weeks. >> not saying it's bad but you have to make that mental adjustment. this is where we are. >> the only person allowed to judge weather is julie. let's get right to the numbers. here we go. the big difference from yesterday, we got clouds moving through and it will be kind of a partly to mostly cloudy day today. i don't think we'll see nearly as much sunshine as yesterday. the cool temperatures are intact and it is cold out at the moment. let's take a look at the current temperature here in washington. 42degrees and lots of 30s as you get outside the beltway. 36 in pittsburgh. 26 in columbus. we continue to be under this big trough of cool air that will stick around for the next couple of days. here is your forecast highs. mostly cloudy, high abouts 50 in washington. yesterday, we got to 49. day much like yesterday. only more in the way of cloudiness today. definitely jacket weather for the kids going to the bus stop, going for a jog, that kind of
thing. be ready for a cold start and a cool afternoon. thank you, tucker. >> time now to say hello once again to julie wright. >> i heard tucker say my name but i didn't hear what he said because usually, it's not good. >> don't want to know. move on. >> that's what i thought. i told our producer, i said i hear him talking. i just don't listen to him. it is white noise until i hear you or wisdom say here's julie. not a lot going on on the roads right now in centerville. you'll find height traffic volume coming in from 28. lanes are open headed eastbound on the beltway. this happens to be southbound kenilworth avenue. remember yesterday, we had to deal with construction here at eastern. not the case today. three lanes maintained both north and southbound traveling between the d.c. line and 50. southbound 270 an ease yes trip coming off of i-70. -- an easy trip coming of i-70. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. the search continues this morning for the man maryland
police say robbed a wal-mart store and then shot an employee there. take a look at the suspect. this is an image here from surveillance cameras. he is described as a white male way slim build wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. this all happened around 4:00 a.m. yesterday in laurel. police say after the suspect was given the cash, he forced the employee outside where he shot him. the suspect then took off and cops believe they found his car on fire in a nearby neighborhood. the store employee is expected to be okay. also in maryland, a shooting involving a prince george's county deputy. it all started around 7:30 last night when deputies were serving a temporary peace order at a home on 63rd avenue in east riverdale. investigators say a woman allowed a deputy into the home and then moments later, a map and with a gun. the deputy shot the unidentified 39-year-old map who has since died.
-- a man appeared with a begun. this shows people that police say are persons of interest in a robbery. the video shows a woman and three men at an unidentified faces but you can see their faces plain as day on this video. d.c. police say the group is wanted for questioning in the case. case. we continue to follow the developing story around former cia director david petraeus. he will now testify before house and senate intelligence committees on the deadly consulate attack in libya. he will testify in a classified setting so there will not be any cameras allowed. he will only address the attack on libya. more details are emerging about the woman involved that scandal. we now know the army suspended paula broadwell's security clearance. she is accused of having an
affair with petraeus. jill kelley is the other woman involved. we are told that kelley and her husband have v. a close relationship with petraeus and his wife and that the kelleys are in major debt owing more than $2 million on a building they used to season. president obama useed a stern tone when he addressed the benghazi attack touring his first news conference since husband re-election. he defended susan rice for her comments on the attack and blasted her critic. melanie alnwick is live with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. today, the house and senate intelligence committees hold their long-awaited hearings on the controversy surrounding the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. they are hoping to finally sort out what happened, why there wasn't enough security, who knew about the terrorist ties and whether they knew about that. president obama took on some of those controversies in a wide- ranging press conference yesterday. republicans have been furious about what they see as a
changing time line from the white house. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were coiled trying to defend the post in that ambush. they say u.s. ambassador susan rice gave inaccurate information during her appearances on five sunday talk shows the week after the attack blaming the tax on a video that insulted the prophet mohammed. critics say it was deliberately misleading and they vow to block her nomination should she be nominated as u.s. secretary of state. rice was defended by the president yesterday. >> but for them to go after the u.n. ambassador who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply mechanicking a presentation based on intelligence that she had received is outrageous. >> a lot of people think if she didn't have anything to do with the attack on white house then why did the white house hang her out to dry and put her on five sunday talk shows without
adequate information. we now now that at least in some corners of u.s. intelligence, they were aware that a terrorist organization took responsibility for that attack and it was most likely a preplanned assault, not a protest that got out of hand. so members of congress do hope they will hear a little bit more and get some of those questions answered today. we know that the house hearing guns at 10:15 this morning. the senate hearing at 2 charleston 30 this afternoon. both of those hearings are closed. closed. >> thank you. a public meeting scheduled for later today will allow residents to comment on the decision to close several d.c. public schools. nearly two dozen schools are targeted for closure. the meeting will be at the wilson building at 4:00 p.m. in montgomery count you -- count you, details on the proposed smoking ban will be revealed later on this morning t would ban smoking on all property owned or leased by the
county except in public right- of-ways. the detiles -- the details would be given at an antismoking event. john mcafee in hiding and a person of interest in a murder. >> mcafee says police are out to kill him. we'll hear more of what he has to say as we check more head hiewns. -- headlines. the arteries of your dishwasher are constantly clogging up
. new this morning. more deadly violence in the middle east. militants hit back and killed three israelis in a rocket tax today. the deaths are the first in israel since it launched an operation on wednesday. -- in a rocket attack today. eleven palestinians including two children and seven militants were killed. a major weapons storable was also destroyed. destroyed. -- storage was also destroyed. the founder of the software company mcafee says he is now in hiding in belize fearing for his life. he is a person of interest in the murder of his neighbor, fellow american gregory fall. he was found inside his home with a gunshot wound to the
head. police in belize say they want to question mcafee but mcafee says police want to kill him. he denies killing him but does admit the two had their differences. >> i did not kill him. good lord. i cannot conceive of myself doing anything like that. if i am a suspect, why did they arrest my caretaker, my housekeeper, my security guard. >> now, this is not mcafee's first run-in with the law. earlier this year, police raided his home after he was accused of possessing firearms most of which were found to be licensed. maryland's largest casino about to get a lot bigger. up next, the latest plans for expanded gambling at maryland live casino including placing bets around the clock. first, let's get to turn and his forecast. >> always a sure thing, wisdom. we've got cool temperatures, in fact cold to start your day. lots of clouds out there. i'll have the details on that
this year is zooming on by. now, we have that relaxing music that we have here on fox 5 morning news now. this is relaxing. nothing like a bath to soothe the soul. some people in japan are celebrating the launch of the beaujolais nouveau by taking a bath in wipe. it hits the shelves year on the third thursday of november. it is a young and fruity wine. >> you get in there, you don't know that you would ever want to leave. >> they've got kids in there. is that all right? >> i don't think i want to drink what everybody else is sitting in. >> are they drinking the wine that everybody else is sitting in. >> i don't want to think about
that. >> wouldn't it be super sticky? >> i just lost an earring. tucker, what are you doing to me? >> it is the bone lay conversation. >> i can't follow one that. >> that scared me. my earring fell off. -- it is the beaujolais conversation. >> once again, dipping below freezing. coldest air here to the north and to the west. and now you know we're certainly chilly here. 32 in washington. 39 in quantico and 43 in leonardtown. the big change from yesterday, more clouds in the forecast today as we have what we call a little upper level disturbance moving through. just a little upper level piece of energy. not going to bring us any rain but it will feel a little ominous out there today or at least it will feel like it's going to rain with a
combination of a bit of a breeze off to the east. showers down to the carolinas. they won't make it in here because of high pressure which will block it and push it out to sea. the trend today will be mostly cloudy and as we get into friday and saturday, mostly sunshine with slightly milder temperatures. we'll get to about 50 and by the weekend, close are to mid- 50s so a little better by saturday. clouds out there at the moment. put it in motion. 7:00 a.m., we'll have some clouds around. you might see a little sunshine here during the middle of the day but the clouds move back in later this afternoon. you can see the rain showers stay to our south. we are not concerned with rain but we will have clouds around here for your thursday. 50 your daytime high, wind north and east five to 10. plenty of clouds, still cool. we should be in the upper 50s to about 60. it will be a decent day. 38 tonight so getting cold again overnight with partly cloudy skies. here is your accu-weather seven- day forecast. a couple of things you might want to notice. the biggest being that we've taken the risk of rain showers at least now out of the sunday forecast. it looks like the weekend will
be partly to mostly sunny with highs in the low to mid-50s. maybe a shower on monday. still some question mark but we might miss it altogether. let's do some traffic. i know somebody who would love to take a wine bath, ms. julie wright. >> you think? i don't know. wine and maybe hennessey but i don't know about the wine. the lanes are open around capital beltway. we check out the cameras coming south from i-70, no issues reported off of 15 and continuing southbound, a nice easy drive lined up for you. a stalled car at river road has been moved over to the shoulder. 66 coming in from the west. no issues reported leaving manassas continuing in towards fair oaks. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. . >> all right. thank you. the largest casino in maryland announced that it will nearly double the size of its work force. other changes are also ahead for the huge maryland live
casino at arundel mills. this also comes after the approval of question seven by maryland voters. john henrehan has the story. >> reporter: david cordish of the cordish companies came in smiling. he was escorted by some of the hostesses that currently work at the maryland live casino. maryland live measured by the number of gaming stayings is the third largest casino in the united states. but on november 6th, maryland voters changed a lot of the rules for gaming opening the door to table games with human dealers. although state regulators have not yet issued final rules, the cordish companies are moving ahead now to beep up their work force. >> what we are really here to announce is the commencement of our hiring of 1200 new employees which, when added to the employees already here, will bring us very close to 3,000 employees.
>> reporter: partnering with anne arundel community college, the casino will offer a free 12- week course that will teach local residents how to be dealers at black jack tables or how to operate a roulette station. station. currently, maryland live closes down at 2:00 a.m. on weekdays and 4:00 a.m. on weekends. operators plan to use the new law to offer gaming 24 hours a day. gaming executives believe the addition of human operated table games will bring in some new customers who are not particular fans ever the current electronic gambling devices here. we asked current customers in they think it is true. >> the electronics are nice too but i like the human dealers. it field more like a casino if you got human dealers. >> reporter: paula was having a very good day at the electronic roulette table. what did you win? >> $1102 mortgage dollars. >> reporter: why do you prefer
playing electronically. >> because you have inexperienced employees that don't know how to do it and they take too long to pay you. rapid roulette is wait to go. get in here, get if over with, get home. >> $3,000. >> reporter: before getting home on this day, paula got lucky again, this time to the tune of $3600. maryland live plans to offer both in the future, the current electronic games and as many as 150 tables with human operators on duty. best guess as to when the human table games will arrive, early next year. that depends on state licensing. for information on the free dealer classes, check our web site, myfoxdc.com. xdc.com. john henrehan, fox 5 news. an inspirational leap of faith for some wounded warriors. i just jumped out of an
eat tomato sauce on my spaghetti. the acidic levels in some foods can cause acid erosion. the enamel starts to wear down. and you can't grow your enamel back. i was quite surprised, as only few as four exposures a day what that can do to you. it's quite a lesson learned. my dentist recommended that i use pronamel. because it helps to strengthen the enamel. he recommended that i use it every time i brush. you feel like there is something that you're doing to help safeguard against the acid erosion. and i believe it's doing a good job.
a perfect sky. >> the moment you are in the air, it's mind blowing. >> it was incredible. you can see the whole nation's capital. that was the first time i jumped out of an airplane today. >> two of the men who jumped are wounded warriors who lost their legs. just a year ago, jessie fletcher stepped on an ied in afghanistan. we found sick of them and i found one through a detonation underneath my legs. >> reporter: for these guys, an 8,000 square-foot american flag has even bigger meaning. >> our guys and gals have lost their lives for our country. those special flags that we jumpedded into today, it was just incredible. >> reporter: dap awas on the army knights golden parachute team. he lost his legs in a way that is hard to imagine. >> i was in a midair collision. my partner hit me in midair. his arm sheered both my legs off in midair. >> reporter: don't awads international societied at the
old walter reed. just five months after he lost his leg he snuck out the hospital to do a parachute jump. >> so when monday morning came with the doctors and interns, how was your weekend? it was grand. >> reporter: they are inspiring veterans. on this day, their destination is walter reed. >> let them know that the guys that lost both legs can still lapped on target. they can too. my good friend said it best. it is not the disability. it is ability. the triumph of the human spirit is right here in bethesda. fletcher is still a patient at walter read himself. >> we only live one life and i'm not going to let one the thing slow me down and i hope everyone does the same. i just jumped out of an
airplane. i'm 24 with no legs and i'm jumping out of planes. there is a lot to do. no need to keep your head down. raise your chin. >> reporter: says it is about you moving the world instead of letting the world move you. beth parker, fox 5 news. >> kudos to them for doing that. stay with us. we'll be right back.
taking a live look outside right now. it is coal. that is what you are going to encounter when you wake up today. so society warmers, your gloves, your coat. >> coffee. hot chocolate. >> all of that. >> but it is not part of winter cold yet. >> it is a little bit of a shock to the system when we've been enjoying the 60s and 70s like we had last weekend. >> let's get to the forecast. not going to rain but it will feel a little bit gloomier with all the clouds around. there might be a little sunshine later today but the trend will be a lot more in the waive cloudiness than yesterday. 4 # at reagan national. 35 this morning out at dulles and 39 at bwi marshall. still with temperatures up a little bit from yesterday when we were bottoming out around 30 at both lles and bwi marshall, it will be another
cold one with highs in the upper 40s to about 50. -- 42 at reagan national. >> thank you. time now to check in with julie wright. >> not a lot happening on our roads right now. traffic volume very light and working in our favor. lanes are open continuing inbound new york avenue at bladensburg headed from northeast to northwest. light traffic volume here. lanes are open conning from pennsylvania avenue out to 295. still an easy go so far on the beltway here at university boulevard. traffic flowing freely continuing past colesville road. inner loop of the beltway good to go as well from silver spring around towards college park. 95 and 295 quiet from b wait a minute marshall to the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. new this morning, get ready to pay more to drive on the dulles toll road. the metropolitan washington airports authority has voted to raise one-way rates by 50-cent
in 2013. we will go up another 75 cents in 2014. the extra money will help pay for phase two of the metrorail extension to dulles. also new this morning, a public hearing is scheduled for today to discuss the proposed d.c. school closing. the d.c. public school system is inviting people to come in and voice their opinion about the decision to shut down 20 schools with low enrollment. the meeting is at 4:00 p.m. in the wilson building. to montgomery county now where doe tail of a proposed smoking ban will be revealed today as part of the american cancer society's great american smoke outevent. the ban would include all county properties except public right-of-ways. the event kicks off at 11:30 this morning at the council office building in rockville. our top story at 5:30, a deadly police shooting in a maryland neighborhood. prince george's county deputies went to serve a temporary peace order at a home on 63rd avenue in east riverdale around 7:30 last night. investigators say a woman
allowed a deputy to come up side the home and while they were talking to her, a man suddenly appeared with a gun. the deputy shot the unidentified 39-year-old man who late -- late are died at the hospital. police are continuing to look for a man who robbed a store employee and forced him to the parking lot where he shot him. police believe they found the suspect's getaway car on fire in a neighbor nearby neighborhood. a wanting now to women living in d.c. police say they are looking for four men wanted in a series of sexual assaults, robberies and abductions over the weekend. the suspects are described as being in their late teens or
early 20s. anyone with information is asked to call tease police. former cia director david petraeus will testify before a house and senate intelligence committee on the deadly consulate attack in libya. general petraeus will give his testimony in a classified setting tomorrow meerning the hearings will be closed and no cameras allowed. -- meaning the hearings will be closed and no cameras allowed. there is also developments on the women involved in the scandal. the army suspended paula broadwell's security clearance. she is the biographer accused of having appear affair with petraeus and jill kelley is another woman involved in the scandal. the fbi says she called them after receiving threatening edmonton mails from broad we'll that sparked the investigation. we are told that the kelleys are in major debt owing more than $2 million on a building they use to own. president obama faceded a barrage of questions on libya
and the military sex scandal during his first news conference since being re- elected. the president defended u.s. ambassador susan rice for her comments after the attack and blasted her critics. >> she has done exemplary work and she has rested the united states with skill and professionalism and toughness and grace. if senator mccain and senator graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. >> let me be clear. there is no credibility among most of us concerning the administration and the numerous controversies and cricks that have been involved in their handling of this issue. >> general petraeus resouped as cia director last friday. a record delivery for one new mother. we are talking about triplets that handed the family in the record book -- that landed the
a pair of twin tornadoes was caught on camera in japan this week. the twisters developed over the ocean just off the coast. tornadoes are rare in japan and these disintegrated before they hit land. no one was hurt and no reports of any damage. a car catches on fire on the new jersey turnpike. it is believed everyone inside the car got out okay. firefighters were able to put out the fire within a few minutes. no word though on what caused that fire. no doubt this new mom you are about to meet has her hands full. >> i would say. a california woman broke a world record by giving birth to the world's heaviest set of triplets. last week, brittany delivered three healthy baby boys weighing in at more than 20
pounds together. they break the previous begin he is book of world records by mri a pound. brittany admit she had gone overboard by eating about 6,000 kal ruse a day during her pregnancy. she had some people to feed. so i understand. -- by more than a pound. brittany admits she had gone overboard by eating about 6,000 calories a day during her pregnancy. >> how hungry are you? hungry enough to eat a hamburger? how bay hamburger worth hundreds of dollars. >> oh, no. >> now, do you want it? >> not that hungry. >> we'll tell you what is behind the heavy price tag on this one. i bet julie and tucker would eat a $500 hamburger. >> where are they going to get the money for that? >> stay with us. we'll be right back.
welcome back. taking a live look over washington, d.c. this morning. we'll check in with tucker here in a second so you get an idea of what you can expect for your forecast. what do you expect for $500? a good burger perhaps? a little steep but that is how much this one costs. it is what on the menu at a he
tell restaurant in beverly hills. not justify the 12 ounces of kobe beef driving up the price but the truffle cheese and two ounces of truffles. they sell for hundreds of dollars a pound. the burger must be ordered 48 hours in advance and you must prepay. it better be good. >> hold on. you get four fries with it too. >> oh, wait. i'm sorry. >> who is the market for this? >> people trying to impress other people. >> the 1%. >> that looks like a burger you could get at wendy's and five guys and just bring it into the restaurant. >> it has truffle on there. truffle. >> what does truffle even taste like? >> you've had like truffle oil on fries and stuff. >> oh, wait. drink this wipe after you eat your $500 hamburger. >> this is the beaujolais
nouveau. >> bringing it back, are we. >> if you look carefully, you can see julie wright in the corner. >> what was the deal here. >> this is a celebration that they had, the third thursday in november every year. >> a good memory. >> it is the beaujolais nouveau. >> that makes me very uncomfortable. >> at first it might sound great and you see all the people and the wine. i didn't see where they were getting that wine. that is disgusting. >> you have the $500 hamburger on the side. it is a complete meal and the flee french fries with truffles. >> it is classy in here today. >> you got it. let's look at the forecast. guess what? our temperatures yesterday never made it to 50. we got close. 49 at reagan national. a cool afternoon and that was with a lot of sunshine yesterday. today, a couple of changes. 46 daytime high for dulles. bwi marshall, 48 degrees. here we go, we've got cold again overnight. not quite as cold as it was 24
hours ago. cloud cover holding things up just a little bit, temperatures, that is. 42 in washington. 45 in annapolis. off to the north and west, temperatures have dipped below the freezing mark again. out in the mountains here north and west, we are below freezing. i don't think we'll see freezing marks here close to town but it will be a cold start and then a very cool afternoon with highs once again only in the upper 40s to about 50. changes from yesterday, we've got the cloud cover moving in overnight and we have avenue got a little upper level piece of energy coming through. i don't think we'll see any rain showers but the cloud are going to be pretty steady here holding tough for much of the day. should be a few peeks of sunshine and maybe a few periods of sunshine so a mostly cloudy sky. the trend for the weekend looking better. it looks like both saturday and sunday should be on the dry
side. 50 today. still on the cool side. winds north and east here at five to 10. plenty of clouds here in the forecast. you saw them there on the satellite picture. we'll be on the chilly side again overnight. here is your accu-weather seven- day forecast. 53 tomorrow with sunshine. right now, the weekend looking brighter. more sunshine saturday and sunday. yesterday, we had some showers in the forecast for sunday. right now, i think sunday will be dry. redskins, d.c. unite, that kind of thing, good news. i think it will be cool. -- d.c. united. we approach thanksgiving next week. that is a look at weather. let's do some traffic and get the late from julie who has already begun her thanksgiving shopping. >> all pants with elastic waist bands, you mean. >> yes. >> got that right. >> duey to aproblem we had out at the glenmont station, metrorail has reported red line trains are single tracking now between glenmont and wheaton. allow additional time on the
red line because we had trouble with the train outside of glenmont. we do have trains moving although single tracking. northbound i-95, we have a crash that is tying up your commute as you travel northbound across the occoquan. the accident activity tying up the two left lanes before you reach 123. if you are traveling northbound on i-95, this is what you are waking up to. bumper-to-bumper traffic continuing out of dale city and woodbridge headed up towards the accident scene. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. did the wizards finally get their first game win of the season? and the cy young awards are being handed out in baseball. we'll tell you in the nationals gio gonzalez got one. [ harry umlaut ] i speak european you know. [ sally umlaut ] uh-huh.
all right. checking sports, another loss for the washington wizards. this now the only team in the nba without a win. yes, they still have the same coach. wizards fell to the dallas mavericks 107-101 dropping to 0- 7 on the season. that is just one loss short of the start they had last season when they lost their first eight games. >> is there a theme here? >> inso. >> to baseball now, the mets pitcher r. a. dickey won the national league cy young award.
in the american league, david price of the tampa bay rays won the award. to football now, the red skins still have a glimmer of hope of making the post-season. robert griffin iii said he cleared his head over the bye week and has come back even hungrier not only to turn their fortunes around but hungry for a agent lunch as well. >> i'm really hungry right now. talking to you guys but -- there you go. i didn't say it, people. he did. eat fresh. i thought i was hungry before, before the bye week and you come back and you realize just how much more energy you have, just having that week off, getting way, not that you don't want it see them but to come back with a lot more energy and you just know that everybody is looking at me to be the guy to
make everything work. >> had to get that the advertising plug in there. >> more commercials. >> let's hope they get it together. the twilight movie franchise opens its final chapter tomorrow with breaking down part two. >> the actress who has played bella throughout the saga sat down with movie reviewer kevin mccarthy to talk about what her caches teach her about her own personality. >> she speculates about whether twilight would have been good as a musical. >> if you could drop the twilight cast into a classic film and have them interact with another cast, who would it be. >> imagine them in grease. >> yes. >> imagine them in like west side story or something. i always imagine like before we did any scenes like let's do the musical version and then we'll do our verse and a parody version. >> the process of this movie is about your career, you have gone through an emotional
series. in breaking dawn, you hit the physical transformation. what is the role you think you trance forced most for. >> genuine transformations, doesn't describe what i -- little so crazy to say you can be a completely different person. like you read something and something about it surprises you about yourself. you go i responded to something i didn't know i had inside of me and so making the movie is figuring out why you responded that way and so everyone i've played, i never felt like i was being somebody else. i felt like i was fining a different aspect of myself. >> your character wakes up and she has enhancements. she can't eat food. you have the ups and downs as a vampire. what are the up sides of being an actress and what are the down sides?
>> i've been working so much and i love that. i would go -- i love being challenged especially right now. i'm 22. it is an age you want to use like what you've got. you have ahe got so much bubbling underneath the surface. and you can really let a lot out as an actor. so that is my favorite thing i love feeling challenged at such a young age t it is hard to find what challenges you. i'm lucky for that. and the down sides of being an actress in hollywood, it is weird. like i -- it is hard to be specific about it. you start to sound like you -- i mean obviously, i don't really know anybody that loves paparazzi and stuff like that but at the same time, it's like i don't care. it is so worth it. >> we'll see what kevin has to
say about the movie when we talk with him tomorrow. >> very interesting. >> time for our facebook fan of the day now. we say hello to dante washington. he says he tunes in for fox 5 every day before work and we're glad that you do. thank you so much, dante. congratulation. >> move to the left or to the right. right. >> all right. we'll be right back. -- congratulations. we're here! [ giggling ]
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