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test. this is fox 5 news morning. ahead of president donald trump gets to work on his first weekend as president. directs down the media in a fiery first briefing lack of night. we'll show you what happens taking a live look. yes, another day on tap, caitlin sheer with your full forecast. and what to look forward to this week. estimated 3 million people taking to the world
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with the women's march on washington. good morning, i'm annie yu >> i'm tom fitzgerald. great to see you. >> weather gloomy. with you with caitlin it's never gloomy >> good morning, unfortunately, not best weather for out of towners >> we all know it could be a lot worse. >> right? if it for shirked we have the relatively mild temperatures, a live look outside. deep into the fog. my goodness. we have low visibilities all across the region, and you know what? the fog from yesterday, it's just never really went away, never lifted until we got more dense fog across the region, dense fog advisory is out. including montgomery county, howard county, anne arundel county, all the way up through baltimore to the pennsylvania border, frederick and
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portions of extreme northern and west virginia. that's where the fog is densest until 10 a.m. but it will be with us until we get rain showers later on this afternoon, quarter of a mile visibility, eighth at dulles, one mile in gaithersburg and washington, reagan national four miles visibility we didn't see budge much from yesterday. 45 in leonardtown and annapolis. and portions of delaware, that's our first round of many rounds of rain showers through about tuesday. so dense fog through the morning, with drizzle. rain showers will be scattered through this afternoon, we'll hit a high temperature of 53. heavy rain and wind on the way. powerful northeaster moves by
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tomorrow. you want to pay attention to this that's still ahead in your exaggerate. thank you very much. coin. looking now at president donald trump's first full tcmi office. the president tried to repair relations with the cia and the fbi. president working in intelligence agencies at the press conference yesterday. the trump administration press secretary had a fiery exchange with the news media. john roberts has more. >> reporter: it was partly an attempt to change the subject for the mass protest but also an indication that the trump administration plans to push back aggressively over false reporting and reporting they won't particularly like. press secretary shawn spicer going off on the media for a tweet that falsely claimed president donald trump had moved busted m l k from the oval office and reports that trump crowd for the inauguration was far smaller than that of president obama in 2009. this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration
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period. both in person and around the globe. these attempts to lessen the's enthusiasm of the inauguration are shameful and wrong >> it was a theme that carried over to president donald trump's visit to the cia. he may have feuded with the top leaders but president donald trump received a standing ovation from staff at the cia. right back at you said the president as he praised the women and men on front lines of intelligence gathering and analysis >> i believe that this group is going to be one of the most important groups in this country. we're making us safe. we're making us winners again. >> reporter: his praise stood in sharp contrast to statements he made earlier in the campaign, but appeared to call into question the quality i have the american intelligence but the president blamed the media for that perception >> i'm with you 1,000 percent. >> they sort of made it sounds like i had a feud with the intelligence
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and i just want to let you know, number one stop is exactly the opposite. i love you. i respect you. >> his distain for the media took the president through at a sharp pivot. president donald trump litigated media reports. mr. trump claimed it was 1.5 million. photos appear to show a far smaller crowd than when barack obama brought 1.8 million >> they say donald trump did in the draw well. it looked like a million and a half people. we have 250 literally around in the little bowl that we constructed. that was 250 people. the rest of the, you know, 20 block area, all the way back to the washington monument was packed. so we caught them. and we caught them in a beauty. >> reporter: it may be that president donald trump may not have a whole lot of time for argument when is he gets down to business next week. h
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and legislative agenda and will welcome to the white house his first foreign leader when british prime minister teresa may comes calling in washington. at the white house, job roberts fox news. work healed this sunday for the new president. president donald trump will be spending this day flying in high level staffs. >> also receptions for law enforcement officers and first responders who helped him with his inauguration as he celebrates his 12th wedding anniversary. and in his first 100 days, president donald trump is promising big changes after the president took oath friday. signing an executive order on obamacare and issuing an executive memorandum freezing all last minute regulations ordered by president obama until all are thoroughly reviewed by the trump administration. but during his campaign, he developed a lengthy list of first day promises including the border wall, stopping funding to sanctuary ci
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refugees and promised to get rid of gun free zones on school and executive orders on trade. top stories, massive crowds gathering in cities across the country for women's rights. is >> dc hundreds of thousands of women, men and celebrities showed up. fox 5 was there covering every of this, lindsey watts has details. >> reporter: people put down their protest signs after making history at one of the biggest demonstrations in recent times. >> i'm hoping that it will empower people. >> reporter: here's part of the crowd. so many people they filled -- they were supposed to be marching on. a slew of famous faces in attendance. >> seems as though we had all slipped into a false sense of comfort. that justice would prevail. and that good would win in the end.
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end. >> reporter: after the rally protesters fanned out through the streets. many chants and signs. showing the issues this was about >> we've been in place before in this country where ununacceptable behavior has been ignored. we cannot ever go back there. >> reporter: top supporters were documenting this too >> the only word is ridiculous. i believe it's uncalled for. >> reporter: others say they support both our 45th president and the march on washington he inspired. >> i believe in all of this. i think it's accurate. we do need rights for women, and everything and equality and everything but this right here is just -- it's one of those, a sea of walking down the street, i love this empty powerment and everything. don't like the fact it's turned into an anti-trump rally. >> reporter: signs left behind
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question now is what comes next? . will this energy continue >> we're going to make sure that it does. if it's just us three we're going to make it happen >> i thought i was alone and frustrated and angry. of i feel the main message for today this is the start of a huge movement. it's empowered me and i'll bring this back to my friends in rocchester. >> no official word yet on how many to march. washington wasn't the only city hosted to march. this is new york city where protesters marched towards trump tower >> there were the large crowds in president obama home town of
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cancel their march because the streets there became too filled with people. the protests reached several cities overseas, this is a look at demonstrators gathered in london. they marched past the american embassies there and we're getting a better idea of how packed metro was yesterday with all of the extra riders cramming into those training to make it into the women's march on washington >> metro released details on these figures fox 5 alexandra limon is live in northwest this morning with that part of the story. good morning, alex. >>reporter: good morning, and those numbers released by metro would indicate that rider ship was much larger on saturday for the women's march, than it was on friday for inauguration. let me tell you, i went to some of these packed metro stations yesterday. and just could not believe the size of those crowds. take a look at this video so you can see just what i'm talking about. long lines with hundreds of
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people in them that stretch down the street, around the corner in some cases, also, parking lots that were so full they were overflowing, metro released information yesterday saying people were illegally parking at curbs because there were just no spaces left. let's talk about the numbers. on friday, inauguration day, around 11:00 a.m. metro released a number saying 193,000 had been taken. that's by 11:00 a.m. on friday dpaugs day, compare that to numbers released on sfrment they said by the same time, 11:00 a.m. 275,000 trips had been taken. but then by the time 4:00 p.m. rolled around, metro said 597,000 riders were entering the system at all of the downtown stations and that was from people leaving the women's
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now, we had a chance to cash register and chat with some people who attended the march and waited in the long lines. >> recent hour to this point, that was our one bad choice not to get the metro tickets ahead of time. >> if we had to do it over again, hop on the metro >> we would have gotten, you know, getting somebody to get us tickets. that would have been wise. we're happy to be here. >> reporter: of course those members do not tell the complete stranger many people who went to both the march on washington and the inauguration did not take the metro. they stayed downtown maybe or got there other ways. gives you a will you be of an idea of the high rider ship number that metro saw. people to be thankful for metro was not a major part of either friday or saturday except for the crowds and you know, the crowds are
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expecting anyway. >> thanks so much. time is 7:12. you're watching fox 5 on this sunday. we're going to tell you about a deadly twisted that ripped through the south killing several people. we'll wrap up what the deadly destruction was left behind. caitlin will be back with another look at the weather. fox 5 news morning will be right back. .
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. 7:15, a deadly tornado hit overnight in mississippi >> at least four people killed when this twisted touched
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buildings, we'll get the latest from fox. >> trees pulled from the ground after a deadly tornado hit southern mississippi. the twisted blew through downtown where the university reported damage to its campus >> weird the way god does things. you had to see it coming. none of us makes sense until after it's happened. i believe -- there was some sort of purpose for this. >> the twist was part of a wall of stormy weather traveling across the region bringing rain and unstable conditions. sheet metal was strewn everywhere trees were lined across power lines roads flooded as crews began to clean up. at least three churches in the area sustained some type of damage >> we got a call from my mother 5:30, the church had been destroyed again for the second time in three years. due to tornado. and next
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that we had a previous tornado. >> reporter: the community banding together as they assess the damage and mourn the lives lost. >> when i came home, the site this morning brought tears to my eyes, literally. and >> we've been working and you see this community has come together and everybody helping out. >> reporter: the national weather service says three to five inches of rain fallen in the affected area and more likely to come. raising the risk of flooding as relief efforts continue. in mississippi, willie sinman fox news. tough to see that. i got to give credit. you guys in the weather department were on the money on friday. i just told -- like when the president began to give his inaugural address, he said it yesterday. at the cia, the first drops came down exactly when you said. >> the timing
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more called for >> you all get a shout out >> thank you, fitz >> you guys get the shout-out for being outside in that weather, that was not pleasant. >> it wasn't as cold as inaugurations in the past. being outside for that amount of time. there was a point where i couldn't feel my feet and my hands, those are the first to get cold. so staying outside all day pretty tough, but everybody that came out, and >> i'm sure somebody would volunteer to feel your pain. >> my gosh. >> we've been battling with showers and clouds, by the way, the fog from yesterday never really lifted. we still got fog right now, the storm system that caused the severe weather in the southeast is moving into our area, not bringing severe weather but soaking rain beginning late today through monday and not exiting our area until early tussling a true northeast er it will bring the within and
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and possibly snow on the areas off towards north and west. reagan national 47, dulles 46, 45 as bwi marshal. 45 annapolis, 43 in winchester, temperatures also well above freezing, off towards or north and west quarter miles visibility manassas eight and of a mile. doesn't matter if you're under the advisory, all of our communities, take it slow on the roads. use low beams because this advisory is not expiring until at least 10 a.m. today. includes anne arundel county and through philadelphia. low clouds and fog. drizzle out there. that mist has been persist, it will continue through this morning. rain showers towards our
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started to dissipate. and from now a bit a break. rain showers will start to in view of the fact in later on, that will clear out some fog but once starts raining it's not going to stop. here's why a potent storm system to the south still bringing severe weather, active tornado watch across portions of southern georgia extreme northern florida and that's the severe weather that could cause more issues, more possible tornados through today. you see down in the southeast it is moving northeast it will be responsible for the several round of rain that we will see. let's time it out. today, sunday, not terrible, a lot like yesterday. but more rain chances. through the morning, just drizzle light spotty showers through the afternoon, showers become numerous, you need the umbrellas through about 5:00. this totally dreary. you're not going to see much in front of you. the raining will continue the low visibilities. steady showers overnight become heavy rain by monday morning, 7:00 m.
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slow, arduous commute no matter where you're going or coming from, because it's heavy rain and back to work, of course, and throwing in winds with it. it will be difficult to travel. bit of a dry spot comes in late monday, you see the rain shuts off a bit. notice the snow out in the mountains. as cold air gets wrapped around on the back side of the system monday and then will continue through about tuesday morning, flurries up by baltimore. i don't think it's out of the question for washington. how much rain? i would say at least an inch, but could be upwards of two inches in some spots as you get under the heavier rain bands, temperatures around 50 with the heavy rain, clear out by tuesday, wednesday looks beautiful. thursday looks beautiful. january returns much colder air by friday and saturday. that's a look to your seven-day forecast should it many more times through the hour. tom? happening today though,
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the patriots today. the steelers may be without a few of their players they've been battling the stomach flu this week, patriots, as you know are the favorite, the winner will head to houston for the super bowl. >> kickoff for the nfc championship game. the greenbay packers are going into atlanta. this game looks to be a shoot-out between aaron rogers and matt ryan, the seem. the falcons won that game. you're going to see that, the winner takes on the affect champions in the super bowl right here on fox. speaking of the super bowl, we're just two weeks away from the big game and things are starting to take shape in houston, all the pregame activities will be taking place at the convention center and discovery green park and crews are starting to put
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will be the sets we will be using to broadcast live through the super bowl week. exciting time. >> who do you like for there? >> i'm going to go with steelers. i know they're -- what about you >> i'm thinking it's going to be packers versus the patriots. we'll see. >> ok. >> we'll see. >> i am rooting for the packers. >> we'll see >> now everyone is going to be like what? time is 7:23. feeling lucky or unlucky in one man's case >> people tweet like that. you might land luck by buying a lottery ticket. after he dodged death at least two times. i'll tell you what actually happened coming up. up. . not much to look at right now because of the dense fog. this is what it looks like, as you're headed out please be careful. visibility is poor. the all important work, stay with us, we'll be
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. 7:26, here's a look at headlines. first up a deadly passenger train crash in southern indiana, at least fleebl killed and 50 others injured, seven train cars derailed and indiana is known for having a poorly
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the search for the melee sha flight 370 was called off but family members and passengers are pleading with officials to resume that search today more than a dozen letters will be delivered to the malasian officials written by family members as last resort to get the search to continue. the plane disappeared on march 2014 with 239 people on board. search crews in italy working around the clock hoping to find more survivals from thursday's avalanche that buried a popular hotel. they pulled nine people alive and five people. 23 people still missing, a series of earthquakes triggered the avalanche and authorities are concerned another one could strike, workers been planning escape routes. time now is 7:27. coming up a big dream to save lives and put out fires one day. >> let's just say this little
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guy's dream building him -- look at that guy. at a very young age. he's hoping the fans follow in his family footsteps. >> look how cute he is. >> coming up at fox 5 news at 7:00. >> we're waking up to another gloomy day, basically a carbon copy of yesterday. that's what we have to look forward to, caitlin will have much more as well as the work we previously. stay with us, we'll be right back. ck.
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. rain is on the way and that is going to be, soak rain by monday morning, get ready for it. the one thing i can say is this is a very potent winter type storm system because but because it's mild we don't have cold air, it will not be a snow producer and we're fortunate or unfortunate depending how you look at it. dense fog advisory until 10:00 a.m. for all areas north of washington. that's where visibility is below us, but we're still seeing fog, visibility down to three quarts of a mile in gaithersburg, baltimore, 1 eighth of a mile at dulles, the fogs never really went away then continued with low level moisture overnight and we still got it most of the day will be foggy and if it's not
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just rain temperatures 45 baltimore, 47 washington, 43 winchester and 45 up in frederick. around showers came through overnight. moving through southern maryland pushed offshore. here's why. strong low pressure moving out of the southeast causing severe weather outbreak. warm front will lift in and this will bring the showers, we'll time it out with the fox future cast. clouds drizzle giving way to more showers by this afternoon, there become steady later. umbrellas needed it's a rainy sunday night. it will be a very rainy monday morning. if this holds true our in-house model showing pockets of heavy rain. just in time for the morning commute. it will be windy, a wind swept rain on a monday morning as we head back to work and school. that does not sound fun and it won't be. dry spot tries to come in by
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precipitation, lingering showers and that will be snow showers as cold air gets on the back side of this storm system. snow showers for the highist elevation. on 10:00 p.m. monday, watch what happens as the storm exits, you wind continues, colder air dragged in. baltimore washington not out of the question, nothing going to stick but we could see snowflakes by the time this is done, could be an all-out blizzard if we had enough cold air. rain? two inches especially if we get the good period of heavy rain, back to today, we got the low clouds and fog 53 degrees with those northeast philly winds, afternoon showers when we'll get falling rain and like i said that continues through monday, so, heavy rain and wind monday. possibly a morning snow shower on tuesday before the whole storm exits and we clear out. look at this, we stay mild wednes
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and sunny, thursday not bad too. but thursday we're kind of transitioning to more january weather, high of 45, much colder, no snowstorms are at least big snowstorms in the past. it does turn much colder, i'm standing in the middle of that day on the seven-day forecast which will for sure going to be wednesday, that's a look. send it back. it's historic week in washington. crowds packing the district for the women's march and that event threw a lot more people than those organizers expected >> it was so packed organizers had to change out the original route for the original march. paul wagner was there and shows us some sights and sounds of the day. >> reporter: this and this and this.
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together as one >> we're here to support the women's movement and people's rights. >> my kids wanted to come out and support the cause. >> we had to go up to come down. this is awesome. >> clever. that's what so many of the signs were. >> fishist racist >> and funny too >> everything on this list. >> reporter: the number of people who came to protest overwhelmed the mall and the streets around and across it. take a look at this. pennsylvania avenue wasn't even on the original route. it's packed as far as the eye can see. >> get close it's very hard, and the amount of people here and the energy is just incredible. >> as one woman put it, this is what protesting is supposed to look like. calm, courteous, civil.
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>> quite a contrast to friday >> there was an out pour of the pictures, tweets coming in, using #fox 5 march. we're looking at tweets that we got throughout the day. really showing what it was like down there and i spoke to monica just a bit. she was down there and she said regardless of your political viewers anything, it was just so inspiring to be there and witness this moment, you know, it was just so many people. >> absolutely. so many tweets came in, paul wagner, saying enormous crowds walked down with signs women's march. a lot of these we saw yesterday, all these people wearing pink hats out there really making quite a show of it yesterday. >> we're just getting a better idea of how packed metro was yesterday with all the extra riders cramming into trains to make it down to the women's
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march. >> metro released figure to gos along with all of this. alexandra limon is live with the figure. >> reporter: indicates that the rider ship for saturday were much larger than the rider ship we saw on friday for the inauguration, let me tell you, i was there checking out some of those metro stations yesterday. and the crowds were just unbelievable. the way the times. take a look at the video. you can what i'm talking about. lines with hundreds of people waiting in them. stretched dun the streets and around the corner, parking lots jam packed and overflowing people trying to park to head downtown. in fact, metro said people were resorting to parking illegally because the stations were just so packed, but now let's get to those official numbers
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they said that on friday, inauguration day by 11:00 a.m., they had seen 193,000 trips compare that to saturday at the same time, 11:00 a.m., 275,000 trips. then the latest number we have from metro is that by 4:00 p.m., on saturday, they were seeing more than 597,000 riders entering the system at the stations downtown. so these are people who were likely leaving the women's march on saturday. just incredible numbers. we had a chance to catch up and talk to some of the people to talk to some of the people who waited in line. >> to this point that was our one bad choice. not get the metro tickets ahead of time. i believe if we had to do it over again, hop on the metro >> i believe we would have gotten, you know, getting somebody to get us tickets i believe that would have been a wise
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>> we're happy to be here. >> reporter: metro numbers aren't the complete story, we know a lot of people got downtown both friday and saturday by other methods, live in northwest, alexandra limon love news. time is 7:39. we're getting a behind the scenes glimpse into the trump family's big weekend in dc as the children and other family members post photos on the historic week online that story ahead. a box office blackout? sun dance film festival is underway in park city utah, but yesterday there were issues. we'll tell you about it coming up. .
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a california man with a recent bout of bad luck purchased a lottery ticket hoping to turn his name around. >> he lost two cars in one day after some serious storms blew through the sacramento california region and one tree fell on his truck and destroyed it. that's the picture p and at his home another tree fell on two
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now, after surviving all of that, the man decided he's going to buy a lottery ticket. he didn't win but he says he feels like the luckiest man alive because he's still alive. the good news is his insurance company is paying to get the cars fixed. i like his attitude. >> i want to get rid of some of those trees as well. the trump kids had an exciting weekend. >> the trump twitter and instagram account lit up. giving us a sneak peak behind the scenes from back stage photos to the black tie inaugural ball gowns and the snapshots from the balcony. there was a visit, you'll see that, there's the dress right there. >> and of course, they headed over to the bowling ally. which is in the white house,
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>> she definitely bowled in heels. and you know what's kind of cool? they said this limo, donald trump junior said in the caption, the limo is awesome, it's like a mix of a typical limousine and a monster truck. >> that tells tu a little bit about the trumps, they can judge limousines. the grandchildren, which i don't think a lot of people have really gotten to know them, the trump grandchildren are adorable. >> they're so young, i think being inside the white house at four, five, seven years old, it's like a playground. >> one of the presidentially granddaughters had her hands on the table as he was signing some papers friday, the look on her face. beaming. you can say he is one of the america's bravest in the making of 5-year-old boy in pennsylvania who has a deep passion for firefighters. >> as frocks shawnette wilson reports he's already
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line of duty. take a look. >> logan daniel isn't dressed in a halloween costume. at five, he's dressing the part. channelling his future. >> i want to put on an fire and drive a fire truck. >> reporter: he's aiming high. he opens to be a fire chief one day and he's already in training. >> there was a fire outside, so i was really excited. >> logan tells me he woke up to a fire across the street from his home, so he did what any real firefighter would do >> got dressed and put on gear. >> reporter: fox 29 cameras were there, our captures captured logan tagging along with firefighters on scene. >> i was wearing a jacket. >> reporter: you're probably wondering how he got the gig >> who's the firefighter in here >> dad. >> reporter: and >> pop-pop. >> reporter: his dad is a firefighter for the
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department and pop-pop just retired after 29 years. he's now a volunteer responded to the fire this morning. >> he watched the air packs, somebody is holding the hose. whatever, but makes me thinks he's doing good. >> reporter: when he's not training he's doing what many 5-year-olds do, playing legos with his big brother. >> this is called the white and the door. >> reporter: logan's passion for saving lives gets the best of his proud father >> he makes me feel like i am worth something and when you go to work and, it doesn't really -- doesn't really hit you until you come home and you know, your kid is there, how many calls did you have? did you have any fires? how big was the fire? >> i don't think logan wants fires, i think he loves his father. there's a lot emulating going on. if there's trouble i'm calling logan. time is 7:46. we'll be right back. k.
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7:49. happening tomorrow, it is the 60th anniversary of the frisby. they first marked it as the called the
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didn't stick. it's been recognized as an olympic sport. congratulations >> happy birthday, frisby >> the pluto platter sounds like something you order at a restaurant. that is the pluto platter. i'm not going to order it >> awkward otherwise. all right. well, how is the weather looking we're still so foggy, guys, we're socked in with the low clouds and the fog this morning. we do have rain on the way later on this afternoon. and then we've got a lot of rain on the way for monday, a soaking rain in fact in the true northeaster when we'll have rain, get the umbrellas ready, you're going to immediate them through about tuesday morning with a long period of some wet weather. outside, radar showing showers moving off the delaware
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line. we got a little bit of drizzle and mist, waiting on the storm system to arrive across the southeast still active tornado watch in southern georgia and extreme northern florida and they've had their share of deadly tornados yesterday. that is dynamic weather moving through carolinas, georgia, storm system back across the southern plains, a strong storm setting up. we will be getting rain. most weather expected maybe a little bit of snow on the back side. otherwise, just that type of precipitation. dense fog advisory until 10:00 a.m. for areas towards or north and west. that's why we've got where we got the lowest visibilities down to three quarters of a mile for baltimore, gaithersburg and eighth of a mile at dulles and two and a half miles being reported at reagan, we're all seeing fog, some dense, low beams needed. tough to be outside in this type of weather. pretty gloomy. te
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freezing, anticipating a rain the event, 45 baltimore, 47 quantico and 47 there in fredericksberg. let's time it out. futurecast, clouds, drizzle, and maybe falling rain showers as early as noon that will increase through the day as we got steadier showers moving in by evening dreary sunday night. rain heavy at times expected for the whole area. look at this orange lighting up the radar screen what should be the radar screen by 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, that mean as whole lot of a lot of problems for your morning commute. expect heavy rain and wind, we could be gusting at 40 and a lot of extra time needed for the morning commute. still raining but dry spots move in in the afternoon, that will help shut off some of the precipitation, look at the snow showers as the cold air wraps into the mountains, for us a flurry or two in the back side tuesda
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up fairly quickly as we clear out through the day tuesday. how much rain? at least an inch. probably closer to two inches west where we get into some of that you heavier rain span. that will change, overall one to two inches. we can still use the rain to be honest, but it is just rain, if it were about 20, 15 degrees colder we'll be talking about bigger problems. 53 degrees, fog and drizzle this morning giving way to afternoon showers, soaking rain and wind monday, morning rain shower, maybe a snow shower, sunny and mild so he we're not getting on the back side. gorgeous wednesday thursday looks great and much more like january as the cold air republics friday, looks like a chilly weekend as we head into next weekend itself. that's a look to your seven-day forecast. annie? . time is 7:53. the sun dance film festival is
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utah. some systems were hacked. the box office had to shut down for a short time. everything will be back up and running today. that is the good news, with the light hick cup. the festival went on as planned. this tuesday we will be finding out about the oscars, the academy awards will be announced ceremony set to take place end of next month and jimmy kimmel will be hosting. look forward to that. are you a big oscar person >> i used to be. over the years, you know, things just become busy in your life, just life happens and it's hard to keep up with everything >> used to be a bigger deal when they were less award shows now just seems like every week, there's another award show. takes some of the excitement away. but i believe the oscar is still a big deal. a view of a highway that
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>> we're steadily being able to see a little bit clearer, we'll be right back.
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♪ ♪ justice beiber auctioned his car off for a good cause, his 2011 ferrari 448 hit the auction block in scottsdale arizona. the car sold for $434,000. the money
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will go to charity. way to go justice. >> beautiful automobile. does it for 7:00. come back and join us for another hour as fox 5 continues at 8:00. see you in a few.
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this is fox 5 news morning. good morning, welcome back to fox 5 news morning on sunday
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>> i'm tom fitzgerald, great to see you, caitlin roth is here. >> it's been a gloomy weekend. if you take a live look outside with what i believe is a portion of the beltway. >> it's these are thick clouds, you can't see much. this is your backdrop traffic moving along fine. you got to look through thick fog january 22'nd unlike many january, it doesn't feel nice out there have not it's a chilly raw day with the fog and the mist. temperatures in the upper 40's rising into the 50's. we have another day where temperatures will be above average. this fog advisory until 10:00 ma'am for counties including montgomery county, howard county anne arundel county in maryland and over into extreme northern virginia, west virginia all of northern maryland to the pennsylvania border where visibility is the lowest down to a half mile to a quarter mile to ev
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low beams needed with the thick fog. should get a little better later today. 48 in washington, for example out of dulles, 45 in leonardtown and 41 in stevensville. here's the setup for sunday, all this fog and mist will actually lead to something eventually. feels like we should be building up to an event. all this gloomy weather and we will, warm front attached to a strong storm system will push in delivering us showers probably by mid afternoon you'll he need the umbrellas, fog giving way to scattered showers through this evening and soaking rain on tap for monday, a lot of rain, wind swept rain that will prove to be difficult monday morning commute. i'll have the latest on all the timing and rain amounts for that coming up in your seven-day forecast. but for now, tom, send it back. 8:02. the president's first full day in office. president donald trump took steps to repair relations with the cia yesterday. president
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the trump administration's press secretary had a fiery exchange with the media. fox's john roberts has more. >> reporter: it was partly an attempt to change the subject for the mass protests across the nation but also cancellation that the trump administration plans to push back aggressively over false reporting and reporting they don't particularly like. shawn spicer going off on the media for a tweet that falsely claimed that president donald trump removed the bust of mlk from the oval office and reports that trump crowd for inauguration was far smaller than that of president obama in 2009 >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period both in person and around the globe. these attempts to lessen the enthusiasm of the inauguration are shameful and wrong. >> reporter: it was theme that carried over to president donald trump's to the cia. he may have
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and john brennan but donald trump received a standing ovation. >> i believe that this group is going to be one of the most important groups in this country toward making us safe, toward making us winners again. >> reporter: his praise stood in sharp contrast to statement he is made earlier in the campaign where he appeared to call into question the quality of the american intelligence, the president blamed the media for that perception >> i am with you 1,000%. they sort of made it sounds like i had a feud with the intelligence community. i just want to let you know the reason you're number one is exactly the opposite. i love you. i respect you. >> reporter: his disdain took
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president donald trump litigated media reports that the crowd count for his inauguration, mr. trump claimed it was 1.5 million. photos appear to show a far smaller crowd than when barack obama drew 1.8 million >> they said donald trump did not draw well. looked like a million and a half people. we had 250,000 people literally in the little bowl that we constructed. that was 250,000. the rest of the 20's block area all the way back to the washington monument was packed. so we caught them and we caught them in a put beauty and i think they're going to pay a big price. >> reporter: it may be the president trump may not have a whole lot of time for arguments when he really gets down to business next week. he has a very aggressive policy and legislative agenda and will also welcome to the white house his first foreign leader when british prime minister teresa may comes calling in washington. john roberts fox news. the president today will spend this day swearing in some
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>> also hold a reception for law enforcement officers and first responders who helped with his inauguration as he also celebrates his 12th wedding anniversary. congratulations >> congratulations to the president and the first lady on their anniversary. in his first 100 days, president donald trump is promising big change, after president took oath on friday he made good on two campaign promises signing an executive order on obamacare and issuing an executive memorandum freezing all last minute regulations ordered by former president obama until all are thoroughly reviewed by the trump administration, by during his campaign, he developed a lengthy list of first day promises including the border wall, stopping funding to sanctuary cities, suspend syrian refugees and get rid of gun free zones on schools and executive orders on trade. top to story this morning, the massive crowds gathered in cities across this country for women's rights. >> hundreds of thousands of
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showed up at the women's march on washington. lindsey watts has details now on yesterday's march. >> our rights are not up for grabs. >> reporter: people put down protest signs after making history at one of the biggest demonstrations in recent times. >> i'm hoping that it will empower people. >> reporter: here's part of the crowd. so many people they were supposed to be marching on. a slew of famous faces in attendance >> seems as though we had all slipped into a false sense of comfort. that justice would prevail and that good would win in the end. (chanting). >> reporter: protesters fanned out through the streets. many chants and signs. showing the a
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was about. >> we've been in a place before in this country where unacceptable behavior has been ignored. we cannot ever go back there. >> reporter: trump supporters were documenting this too >> it's ridiculous uncalled for. >> reporter: others say they support both the 45 and presence and the march on washington he inspired >> i believe in all of this, i think it's accurate. we do need rights for women. and equality i love this empty powerment and everything. don't like fact it's turned into an anti-trump rally because it's supposed to be women's rally. >> reporter: signs left behind and of a manners heading home, the question now. is what comes next? will this energy continue? >> we're going to make sure that it does, if it's just us three that make it happen we're going to make it happen
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frustrated and angry. i feel the main message is this is the start of a huge movement. >> it's empowered me and i'll bring this back to my friends in rochester. >> that was fox 5 lindsey watts >> no official word how many people attended the march in dc. we're waiting. washington, dc wasn't the only city to play host to women's march. more than 600 sister marches were planned this is new york city where protesters marched towards trump tower. >> also large crowds in former president obama's hometown of chicago, tens of thousands gathered in grant park, organizers had to cancel the march portion because the streets became too filled with people. the protests reached several cities overseas this is a look at demonstrators gathered in london, marched past the american embassy there. and we're getting a better idea
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yesterday with all of the extra riders cramming into trains to make it down there to the women's march in washington. >> metro released figure on all of this, alexandra limon is live in northwest this morning with those details, good morning, alex. >> good morning and the metro system was so packed yesterday that at one point, metro released a figure saying they had eight times as many people for the women's march than they normally see riding the metro on a saturday. we, of course, went to some of those packed stations where the crowds were just incredible. take a look at this video. so you can see, escalators full of people standing shoulder to shoulder. the platform just as packed. at some point, they had to stop allowing people on to the metro trains because they were full at capacity as were the parking lots. metro said people were
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to parking illegally in the parking lots because there were no spots left. now let's guest to some of the official numbers that have been released by the agency so far. let's talk about friday inauguration day first. at 11:00 a.m. on friday metro said they had seen 193,000 trips taken so far. compare that to saturday for the women's march, same time, 11:00 a.m., metro said they had seen 275,000 trips. now, fast forward to 4:00 p.m. saturday, an astronomical number, 597,000 trips, that's according to the agency. as i mentioned we were hopping around all the different metro stations and talked to some of the people who waited in line at the shady grove metro station where hundreds were waiting in line. >> at least to this pointing that was our one bad choice. not to get the metro
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ahead of time. i think if we had to do it over again, hop on the metro >> i think we would have gotten, you know, getting somebody to get us tickets. i believe that was a wise choice, but. we're happy to be here. >> reporter: those give you a glimpse of the size of the crowds we saw both saturday and friday, not everyone who attended the inauguration events and the women's march took to metro. but definitely gives you an idea of the crowd sizes. reporting live in northwest dc, alexandra limon fox 5 local news. time now is 8:12. it's a big football game day. >> afc and nfc championship decided today one of them right here on fox 5 starting off the greenbay packers and the atlanta falcon, details on what that means.
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the pittsburgh steelers head up to take on tom brady and the new england patriots. the patriots are favored to win and the winner of this game will head to houston for the super bowl. there's a kickoff right here at 2:00 this afternoon on fox 5 for the nfc championship game, greenbay packers headed to atlanta to face the falcons. the game should be a had shoot-out between aaron rogers and matt ryan. th
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you can see that game at 2:05. the winner will take on the nfc in the super bowl. coming up at 8:00, we got a cool look from behind the scenes from the eyes of the first family of the historic weekend. stay with us. us.
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♪ ♪ time is 8:18 with a live look outside. >> at what? >> we're not going anywhere, no matter where you look, that's what you got. >> be careful. >> and the trump children and their families are taking to social media. it's been an exciting week for the family and taking to social media to share moments with us. >> look at a couple of them. the trump twitter and instagram account. giving them a peak in the car there and the black tie inaugural gown, there's a snapshot. there's tiffany trump there getting ready for the inaugural ball. there's a shot of the bowling ally. you do that in
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there's >> going to be fun for the ladies to get dressed up and wear those designer gowns and even help design them >> they're always going to fair better in that, men, we all look the same. >> all look the same. you put on that tuxedo you look like everyone else in the place. >> how are you doing this morning >> i'm great. i have to give the kids a lot of credit. there were a lot of little kids, there was no shortage of a long couple of days. >> the grandkids. >> totally. guys back to the weather. we have had some pretty gloomy set up the past couple days, today is no exception. soaking rain awaits. as we head back to work and school for tomorrow. true northeaster will be moving by bringing us rain but a lot of it. gloomy weather through tuesday. temperatures well above freezing, so we're talking about rain at least for now, 48 in washington, 40's elsewhere, dense fog --
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the live shot, many visibilities less than a mile, because of this we got a dense fog advisory in effect. north of washington until 10:00 a.m.: we're all seeing some of that fog. light showers moved through southern maryland pushed off the lower eastern shore. turning into a particularly dangerous day. this set up of severe weather where they've had deadly tornados, now tornado watch across the southern half of georgia, southeastern mississippi ahigh risk for long track dangerous tornados there. that can gives you an idea of how strong the storm system is. no severe weather anticipated but we will have the affects of rain and wind. fog and drizzle gives way to steadier showers and possibly pockets of heavy rain as early as this evening, look at southern maryland. rain continues overnight. really rams up and could be very heavy for the morning commute tomorrow. just a heads-up. give yourself plenty o
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extra extra time because not only is the monday morning we're all back to work and school, but it is raining heavily. it will be windy, wind swept rain will continue. dry spot should shut off most of that precipitation monday, look at the cold air moving in. the i 81 corridor. possibly on the back side of this snow showers in our area. not out of the question. i believe we can see wet snowflakes in the district briefly. that will be tuesday morning. how much rain? this is a good seeking, at least an inch to probably close to two inches in some spots. factor that in for thriving traveling -- driving, you need to take it slow with fog and drizzle giving way to showers seven-day forecast 50 with heavy rain and wind wraps up tuesday, 50 degrees and we clear out. wednesday it does look gorgeous, still mild look at that probably hitting 60 on ay. nice on thursday but transitioning to much colder air as it will feel much more like january, finally 45
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friday, 43 on saturday. looking at a cold weekend ahead. that's a look at your seven-day forecast amy and tom. >> you're watching fox 5 news at 8:00. that does it for me >> there's a lot more left this morning. look with fox news chris wallace and we will have fox 5 news on the hill coming up at 8:30. see you a little bit later. >> good-bye everybody.
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. chris wallace joins us with a respective of today's program. good morning, chris >> good morning to you, ronica, a special show. controversial weekend for president donald trump first weekend in office. we're going to have his new white house chief of staff. we'll have an exclusive interview with the senate republican leader image mcconnell also live and exclusive >> sounds like a fascinating and opportunity to look at those first 100 days and what someone like majority leader mitch mcconnell. >> in his inaugural address, mr. trump really took
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the washington establishment said they celebrate they need nice lives while millions of americans are forgotten but it's those folks on whether you like them or not on the inaugural platform the congressional leaders who mr. trump will deal with. we'll ask mr. mcconnell how he responded to the president's remarks in his address >> thank you so much, chris, you can catch fox news sunday at 9:00 a.m. right after our show. you're watching fox 5 news after the break. we'll be back.
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. i donald john trump do solemnly swear that i will faithfully execute >> that i will faith fullly did execute >> the office of president of the united states >> the office of president of the united states, and will to the best of my ability >> and will, to the best of my ability >> preserve, protect and defend >> preserve, protect and defend >> the constitution of the united states >> the constitution of the united states >> so help me god. >> so help me god >> congratulations, mr. president. bribes

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