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that is directly committed to the acts. >> now sullivan did not have a history of domestic violence that they know of, but they did find with tonya will conson- wilkinson-sonya that it may be another abusive relationship. >> yeah, more details to unravel there for sure, thank you. we also spoke to the spokesperson about the domestic violence and the proposed justice system that they will have more on the center for the next hour. and police say that they left on their own, riding on theatv
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as they tell us that he may have been in need of some help. other than those details, police are not saying much abwhout ere he was found and under what circumstances. a dramatic scene is unfolding in maryland sky 9 here. over the car that was overturned, partially submerged. this happening off the vw parkway. and that we now know that one adult male was inside, pronounced dead at the scene. in that water for at least a day as we do not know the identity of the person that would cause the crash. a robbery suspect was dead after a shootout with police. >> reporter: it happened this morning in the northwest as the businesses were opened and
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classes were starting in the nearby elementary school. joining us live in the studio to tell us more. >> that school was immediately placed on high alert. in added security on the inside. >> i didn't see it, but i heard it. >> i heard a bunch of gunshots. >> reporter: when they arrived for work this morning, they were met by two gunmen. minutes later one of the suspects was engaged in the gun battle with police in the back of the store. >> and it happened just before the suspect opened fire. and so yeah, that it is something they have to do. it's not a choice. >> the second suspect was captured nearby as bowser responded to the scene not far. which was placed on their high alert. >> there was attempted robbery from the liquor store and that we have a 911 call from inside.
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police responded rapidly and interrupted the robbery. >> the mayor credits the store employee for the quick response. >> what do you make of this? you know this community well. >> reporter: it is an attempted robbery that they would respond to the store and its employees that are also safe enough, it's important. >> reporter: they have been in that neighborhood for a decade. a lot of other small businesses are near that dc maryland line. i'm talking to people about the crime in the area, coming up at 6:00 i'll be joined by jan jeffcoat. >> a lot of people could have been at that time of the area. >> you have kids going to school, charter school, public schools, very crowded area. we are all lucky. >> we will see more of you at 6:00, thanks. at any minute now, maryland state police could release the identity of the man shot to death by a state trooper this morning. the county police officer was injured. happened at this gas station
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putting a lot of innocent bystanders in harm's way. so take it from the top here scott. what happened? >> the man killed was driving an suv stolen in baltimore as that person very narrowly killed a city officer whose car was struck as the suspect was trying to flea in the suv. a stolen gold lincoln navigator, shot by the maryland state trooper and the gunfire after the suv rammed a white frederick city police cruiser coming to assist. and at the convenience store on the boulevard of east patrick street in frederick during their morning rush at 8:30. there were patrons walking on the sidewalk. and when that vehicle accelerated away. the goal was reported last night and the suspect flashed a gun. today a man driving that suv
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turned up to witness this w. a bizarre encounter with the man in their bathroom. >> he was very hyper, pounding on his chest. i don't understand the deal with that. >> reporter: the trooper spotted the stolen car, jumping behind the wheel taking off, confronted by troopers. the suv slammed in to the frederick police car, just coming in to the parking lot. then gunfire as one trooper ended it. bill day heard troopers shouting commands. >> he gave those commands at least four to five times, then the shots were very quick after that as the officer did what he had to do. >> reporter: state police recovered a large knife. and the id of the man wounded in a baltimore shooting, but they still in a press release just released a moment ago have no idea who that man is. the frederick city police officer who was driving that
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car hit by the way was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. reporting live, scott broom, wusa9. >> this thing could have turned out so much worse. thank you. two of the troopers involved are also helicopter flight medics who immediately tried to save the suspect using cpr. going to home to stacking some rain moving in the area. topper shutt is back on this monday, great to see you. but it sounds like we will have a yellow weather alert? >> yes, it will come in here on wednesday as we're okay tonight and tomorrow morning and the evening planner. 67, still dry at 51 at 10:00. just a few clouds. but kind of the different story with the future cast, we'll go way in the future here 6:00 p.m. tomorrow with a wet ride home. if you are west of town, you'll have a wet commute going back and forth on whether or not to issue that weather yellow
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alert. dry drive to work coming home west of town a little different story. 55 in leesburg with rain as it gets worse throughout the night. by 5:30 wednesday, now we're seeing patches of yellow and some orange and heavier downpours are possible as we would get in to wednesday morning a definite wet commute. by noon, we still have rain and showers just effort where with the heavier activity north. a lot of moisture is heading our way with a rumble of thunder before all said and done on wednesday. we will come back and let you know if we clear out on thursday and look ahead to trick or treating weather over the weekend. two teenage boys who were allegedly planning a mass shooting at their high school had a plan forgetting their targets outside where they would launch their attacks. that is all new information coming out as the suspect appeared in court today. peggy fox joins us live from river bend high where this alleged attack was suppose to take place. some scary details, peg.
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>> reporter: everybody is just going to be joking. nobody was taking them seriously, we all knew that they had a problem, but no one knew that is how they would take it. >> reporter: the students that took online threats seriously and spoke up may have stopped what could have been another mass shooting. >> there were these two that were going to commit, you know, columbine-style attack on the river bend high school. >> reporter: the sheriff department says that the 15 and 17-year-old boys, the sophomore and senior at river bend were planning a fake bomb threat as a set up for their attack. >> these young men, they had every intention of satisfying this conspiracy and making it happen via making a fake bomb threat to the school. positioning themselves such that when the teachers and the students were evacuating their property were going to a location that was pre- determined that these gentlemen were going to start shooting. >> reporter: captain pierce says that they had access to numerous weapons and planned to
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use them. he says that after one of the boys was arrested two weeks ago that the student resource officer uncovered evidence of the conspiracy. >> and last friday he came and said you better be careful because something will go down on monday. mors >> yeah, what did it say? >> they were like we don't like any of the white girls at river bend, they are all trashy. >> the media was kept out. a relative tried to lend their support. >> are they doing okay? the panelists? >> they are hanging in there. that's the best that i could say. >> and they told us that their family was upset. >> reporter: prosecutors had a response chance to commit it. with the agreement about carrying out the intent and a plan in the works, introduced
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by the sheriff's office. >> and that is our peggy fox reporting as there was a conspiracy to commit murder charge here. if convicted, they would carry the sentence for the adult. and that will be a chance to decide on whether or not to charge those boys as adults. another sad story involving teenagers. this one in prince williams county. students at two different high schools are grieving after the death of two 17-year-olds. police found india davis and lyle ferringer dead in a park this weekend after their families reported them missing. investigators will only say that both teens were injured, but admit that there are really only two possible scenarios. murder-suicide or double suicide. >> two people dying for like no reason. it's like why. >> if you're ever feeling like, down talk to someone about it. don't keep it to yourself. that you always feel better when you talk to someone else rather than keep it to
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yourself. >> they're hoping to get autopsy reports from the medical examiner today. coming up at 6:00, bruce leshan will update us all on the latest of the investigation. the charles severance trial beginning its fourth and possible final week. offering forensic witnesses, and the owner of the game store that severance used to go to. the defense is close to wrapping up their case. then the case would head to the jury. at least 100 people were killed after that powerful earthquake rattled afghanistan. sending thousands running from their home in a panic and the shock waves could have been felt as far away as pakistan and india. and a warning of aftershock.
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on wusa9 news at 5:00, dc broadcasting legend ed walker has died just hours after listening to the final show. we'll learn more about the iconic radio man on the way at 5:30. donald trump on the defensive. what he's saying about dr. ben carson. about processed meats and cancer. an i don't want to live with
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a nearby helicopter pilot saw the whole thing happen. we all know that cigarettes could cause cancer, but how about that 4th of july hot dog? >> a new report says you should be worried about that as well, bringing us the story. >> well, they now say that there is someone that will eat a lot of red and processed meats that you might want to consider it, putting you at a greater risk for cancer. >> they say people that filled up on processed foods would face a greater risk of colon, cancer, other cancers. those meats, including meats that were smoked, cured, salted with the same risk as smoke. >> the lifetime risk is 5%. if you have a hot dog every day, your risk goes to 6%. >> so it is very, very small. >> reporter: for years, they said that too much meat is a
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bad things. the report goes much further than that as cancer causing and red meat as a likely cause of cancer. the report is already being criticized by those inside that meat industry. the north american meat institute calls it a dramatic report that cancer is a complex disease, that it is not caused by the single food. >> red made has been a part of my diet. >> it is amazing to save any lives. as long as you take it in moderation. >> they came this -- to this conclusion. if you eat it every day, you will increase the chance by 18%. >> all right. pretty much everything has some degree over it, let's talk about their takeaway here, saying to not eat this stuff at
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all? >> not necessarily, really saying two things here. >> everybody has got to evaluate that risk, thank you. to the meats of campaign 2016 now. a new leader, doesn't believe it because he believes he sees the response from iowa. boy, that's down the middle of the road in all fairness.
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i don't know about it. >> they are prepping for their third debate set to go off here in colorado and their rise to the top of the business world didn't come easy, telling them that they started in brooklyn, getting it small, the small loan from his father $1 million. he admitted that it might seem like a lot to a lot of people, but it's not compared to what he has built. i was hoping that you could pass along the small loan. >> i guess that he's got a billion dollar empire that $1 million doesn't seem like a lot. >> but to the rest of us, it is a lot of money. >> easy to make money when you have money to start with.
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let's talk about the 3-degree guarantee. we're in a bit of a roll here. we'll let you know how we did tonight at 11:00 when the numbers are in at 58 and that is in that range right now. relative humidity is pretty low holding off a bit. it will be a chilly night, but dry. it'll be dry in the morning and probably worthy of the sweatshirt. yellow weather alert for wednesday and maybe in that thunderstorm by the evening as both commutes, they will look wet and getting even more for the wet commute tomorrow. it is only for wednesday, but to be advised going home tomorrow night that you may have showers or rain. okay, you're welcoming ahead, 50 downtown, pretty mild, but in the 40s, walking the dog
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tonight in gaithersburg. now by morning, the clouds will return as temperatures are chilly. the showers to the south and west of us. by 9:00, 50 downtown. but because of the clouds coming in, it will trap in that cooler air for you. by lunch time probably dry, but the showers are popping up in to culpeper and certainly along their corridor. by 6:00 p.m., i think that it will be a little overdone and the showers primarily west of town you probably will have the wet roads before you go home as you will west of route 7 in that area with the temperatures in the 60s on tuesday and we're looking at 55 in leesburg, even 54 in hagerstown. by 10:30, notice some of the darker greens south and west of us with the yellows south of charlottesville and stronger moisture that will roll in on
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tuesday and wednesday and remanence of patricia, get ready. no flood watches just yet. some clouds, just chilly tonight. it'll be dry and then by their afternoon mostly cloudy and cool with some late showers or light rain that will be possible, high temperatures near 60 and winds are easterly at 10. most of their suburbs held in the 50s. 46 at 7:00. 59 at 11:00 and maybe 57 for you at 1:00 p.m. the day planner, yellow weather alert on wednesday, 70. morning showers on thursday. and then still pretty breezy and mild not a bad day at 67. the next seven days. friday we're in good shape a little cooler at 62. fantastic for halloween. 65 with their sunshine, trick or treating weather in the 60s, which is perfect, not too warm. move your clocks back one hour
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and check the smoke detectors please. 70 and milder with the the ravens in town, more showers monday. a high-end retailer gets ready to open up stores. what you need to know about affordable care act with open enrollment less than a week away. dramatic new video of the isis prison in iraq.
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the washington post endorses democrat jeremy mcpike for state senate. applauding mcpike's "ideas about getting traffic moving." the post warns republican hal parrish "holds rigid positions against medicaid expansion and common-sense gun safety." and parrish was the deciding v to restrict women's health clinics in manassas, forcing women to go elsewhere for cancer screenings and birth control. jerecpmy m is the better choice. i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad.
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the pentagon has released dramatic video of the kurdish raid in iraq. >> this is the video cam as you see them unfolding from their point of view. one by one the day they would emerge from their cells there that the defense secretary greeted them after finding out they were hours away from being executed as it never stops as they do battle here with hair isis militants, and they were killed in the battle. six others were captured as they are hoping that they could get valuable information from those captured fighters. >> in tonight's consumer alert,
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under the affordable care act that will start on november 1 to start browsing on the website this week and that they would feature a new calculator that estimate the total healthcare cost based on your needs, expected to increase next year well, as the tax penalty for uninsured people that they will rise to 2.5% of taxable income. joining the list of retailers, looking for their store as this one will be called find at lord and taylor to attract 20 to 30-year-old millennials with limited money in their wallet to carry items for babies and home goods than the regular lord and taylor locations. target jumps in to offer all online purchases this holiday season and their free shipping deal will start november 1, running right through their christmas day with no minimum price restrictions to qualify, but
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that the oversized items, they may be excluded. best buy also says that they will offer free holiday shopping. and the muscle car lovers rejoice the 2016 camaro that finally rolls off the assembly line and the first time gm has produced that car in the u.s. since 1992. set to hit dealership lots with the starting price around $25,000. >> i like that. >> powerful car. so one of the south most popular schools lowers the controversial state flag. >> why the chancellor called it such a tough decision. plus, the young lady accused of that deadly homecoming parade crash. >> and we would stop to remember that iconic dc broadcaster. ed walker.
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narrator: for state senate, who shares our values? jeremy mcpike - supports school funding. thinks women should make their own health care decisions. and favors background checks on all gun sales. hal parrish? as mayor, he slashed education. fought to block women's health clinics. parrish gets an "a" from the gun lobby - they oppose background checks to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. virginia extreme or mainstream? vote mcpike for virginia. feinblatt: everytown for gun safety action fund sponsored this ad.
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ed walker a long-time radio host on 88.5 passed away early this morning. walker recently diagnosed with cancer at the age of 83. we're told he was surrounded by his family last night as he listened to the radio finale of the big broadcast the show he hosted for 25 years. >> he died just a few hours later. we have the story. >> reporter: as walker taped the final broadcast in his hospital room, it is almost fitting that he passed just hours after it aired.
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good-byes are very hard to do, especially when this has been a labor of love how ed walker wrapped up the final broadcast capping off the legendary career that spanned six decades in the nation's capitol. >> reporter: in the 1950s and the 60s, with the joy boy and the radio show and then in 1970 walker took off as host of the big broadcast. >> but i worked out the system in college. >> he was the first blind student accepted to the university before helping to find them back in 1951. in october of 1973 in that final broadcast that he would speak to wusa9 about how he and co-host became the famous joy boys. >> we started the radio station in the summer of 1951. the young kid with air came on the campus to the aspiring
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freshman at the american university. >> no, no, that's not nice. >> and his name is scott and he introduced us on the air to the campus radio station. we have been doing it ever since. >> certainly a voice that will be missed. wamu will plan a public memorial. details have not been finalized. until then a ton of people are online using their hash tag big broadcast, lesli? >> all right, he will never be forgotten, thank you. we are hearing from the mother of the young man that was shot and killed in their park earlier this month and the suspect is accused of the murder of 22-year-old garrett mcqueen appearing in court this afternoon. that they were arrested on friday and charged with first- degree murder.
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and amongst the public. >> they just returned to maryland after living in california for several months. that friends would describe the young father at the grad as a free spirit and that it will be something of a modern day hippie. prince george's county police are mourning the loss of the beloved canine that died on saturday four years after retiring from the department service. that they completed 275 drug searches, recovering nearly $1 million worth of illegal drugs. and to do some uncommon goods. a judge has ordered the psychological evaluation for the woman accused of driving her car in to oklahoma state's homecoming parade, killing four people allegedly injuring dozens of others. a judge set bond at $1 million for adacia chambers, showing her car crashing in to the crowds there on saturday.
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chamber's father says that the daughter spent time in a mental hospital and very good at hiding her problems. >> the little girl i raised wouldn't have done something like this. and something has happened, i don't know what. because the night before she was fine. >> reporter: and the collision killed four people, the 2-year- old nash lucas, 65-year-old marvin stone and his wife bonnie. and also 65. combined the married couple spent nearly six decades working at oklahoma state university. 46 other people were injured. five people were confirmed dead and one still missing after capsizing in canada. all tourists from the united king doll. 27 people were on board when that boat went down. it is still not clear though why the boat sank. but that it may have been the iraqi area that is home to the sea lion.
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and today is very much focused on coming together supporting the survivors, the crews, the company, the whale watching industry. all of the search and rescue professionals that were involved. everybody who was on scene. >> back in 1998, two people died after a boat owned by the same company capsized. the university of mississippi has removed that state flag from their campus in oxford. the move comes days after the student said to lower the flag because of their imagery. the interim chancellor made the final decision, more stocks called it a difficult choice as they represent honor and tradition to some, but they felt it to others that they meant that some members of their ole miss families weren't welcome. after two days, 295 dead bears, florida has ended their controversial bear hunt. wildlife officials posted a statement on their website since the hunt was called off
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because of the objective of 320 black bears were approaching. now, the hunt was approve after the growing number of the reactions between bears and peill that they sought to stop the hunt claiming that it was too soon after being taken off the endangered species list. the board meeting with 5,000 gypsies from around the world. the pontiff was greeted from a number of musicals. neglected gypsies basic needs saying that it will be time to end the prejudice and discrimination. trending now, blurry lines. the shocking confessions from robin thicke about his 2014 interviews. >> you won't believe the timing of this one. a real life nightmare on elm street. >> what happened after this deer sprints across the kids soccer game. all right, as we head out tonight, just a chilly night and a cool evening. it's a pretty good idea.
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we will talk about the night planner if you will, the evening planner playing a lot of soccer. at 6:00, the sound of 50 by 10:00 and just a few clouds here and there and the timing of the rain and the showers the washington post endorses democrat jeremy mcpike for state senate. applauding mcpike's "ideas about getting traffic moving."
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the post warns republican hal parrish "holds rigid positions against medicaid expansion and common-sense gun safety." and parrish was the deciding vote to restrict women's health clinics in manassas, forcing women to go elsewhere for cancer screenings and birth control. jeremy mcpike is the better choice. i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. to be fearless... mcpike, is not a gift.or state senate, it is not a given.
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trending tonight, he sings the song blurred line, turning out that his vision may have been a bit blurred too. >> this is interesting, obtained by the hollywood reporter, thicke revealed to being drunk and high during every interview that he did in 2014. that includes his one on one with oprah. the video was a part of a lawsuit brought by the family of marvin gay accusing thicke and pa real williams of plagiarizing the film. resulting in a payday of more than $5 million for the gay family. >> might also explain why he is not married right now. >> how does it come up during the deposition? something completely different. were you drunk and high for every interview? >> yeah, got to be honest. >> this story, a lot of people were sounding off on facebook tonight. >> a young man lives with autism worked hundreds of hours
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at the rhode island applebees, but never received a paycheck. the company is going to pay 21- year-old caleb deal for those 480 hours. shouldn't have to come to this, but they need to pay him. >> the first day they have you filling out paperwork and every day you go. >> just in time for halloween a real life nightmare on elm street. >> this is just unbelievable. the texas woman found a coffin in her yard over the weekend. where does she live? you got it elm street. >> because coffins just end up in their yard. >> as workers started renovations in the backyard, they found that old rusted coffin four feet long. what was in it? it wasn't party games, canine bones along with pictures of a dog. city workers have since removed that coffin and its content. no one is going to her house for halloween candy.
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anyway freddie cruger didn't top the top five. >> it is so 90s. the most in our area apparently batman coming in number two is star wars, followed by super her row harley quinn and pirates. that's according to google's fright gist. an interactive map to let you search for the top trending costumes. firefighter is also spiking in popularity this halloween. >> new york pizza rats not even cracking a top ten. >> who knows. maybe next year we'll see a super girl costume emerging because? >> that exciting new show debuts tonight on wusa9. super girl forced to leave the planet, then grows up here on earth with a foster family using her super human ability to protect our planet. >> she kicks butt, she could be a little bit of a sassy pants and just fighter. >> you're her?
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>> yup. >> sounds like my daughter. she kicks butt and a sassy pants. "supergirl" airs tonight right here on wusa9 at 8:30. >> you know i have spent a lot of time on social work sidelines, which might be the best video that i have seen in a long time. and there they are, running, running, even scores a goal. you see that? that will be a goal over there. one of the players parents happens to be recording at the time after putting that ball in the net as they would saw i'm . >> going off to the forest t' thas where you would celebrate with all your friends in the forest. then you're there. after that, how are we going to outdo ourselves with the skin? most of dc still in the state of euphoria after the his forric win yesterday with a live report from redskins park after the break. getting a low cost college degree using only your tablets. we will have
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online education is growing. >> now a new app is offering a chance to earn a college degree on your ipad or tablet at a low cost without ever setting foot
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inside a classroom. chris martinez shows us how it works. >> reporter: virtually anywhere he goes, colin gray can work towards earning his college degree at his own pace. >> i don't really feel the pressure. i set my own deadlines and i'm able to work towards them. >> reporter: colin is using an app called my path. there are no books, everything is done on his tablet, even exams, which are monitored by instructors via web cam, designed with non-traditional students in mind, especially those with busy work schedules. >> you can find yourself with a spare 20 minutes, here comes the tablet as i could work on a paper or complete a little quiz. >> more are offering online options. according to the u.s. department of education, one in four college students take add least some courses on -- take at least some of their courses online. they offer an app with a unique payment plan for $2,700, students can earn all the
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credits they can handle within six months. >> this provides an incentive for students to finish as quickly as possible. if they finish in two and a half years a bachelor's degree would$13,500. would$13,5 -- would cost $13,500. >> reporter: a pace that wouldn't be possible any other way. chris martinez, cbs news, irvine, california. >> now, brandon university is an accredited non-profit college. about 100 students were a part of the beta testing for the my path app as they say that 500 more students have signed up to start taking the online courses. still the live michael and son weather cam with some color popping up right now downtown, pretty good color.
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winds are light, picking up as we would get in to wednesday as they come up here. but just a chilly night ahead, that the bus stop temperatures, 38 to 52 dry in the morning that you might want that sweatshirt for the kids, 10 to 15 minutes. yellow weather alert on wednesday and then looks like both commutes are wet, to and from work or school. here is the future cast at 10:00 tonight, we are 50 downtown. mainly the 40s in the suburbs and clear to start anyway. and 44 also in gaithersburg and 43 in olney. by the morning 6:00 a.m. we still have breaks in the clouds in the 30s. right at 30 to 40 degrees in leesburg, you're probably about 38. 40 in manassas as we would get in to the 9:00 hour clouds are moving in, staying dry. now we're about 46 in bowie and 50 downtown. by lunchtime dry, certainly inside that beltway, but some
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showers are popping up in to culpeper and winchester and the i-81 corridor. i still feel this is certainly aggressive with some showers and light rain. if you're going to go up 270, probably the wet road in virginia and around i-66 the wet roads as well certainly heading south on i-95. by 8:30 on tuesday, most of the showers and rain in to prince george's county, howard county, crossing well over the i-95 border. for tonight some clouds by dawn and just chilly with a low 38 to 48. winds are not a factor easterly. by 10:00 we're drive, yes, cool. about 55. then by the afternoon, some late showers or the light rain is possible west of i-95 and the high temperatures near 60. we've got 46 to start. downtown numbers, the 50 at 9:00 and 54 at 11:00 and only
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57 by 1:00 p.m. on wednesday courtesy of patricia 70 with a slight thunderstorm wednesday evening. morning showers, then breezy and mild in the upper 60s. the next seven days, a bit cooler, that's nice. and then almost perfect for halloween. mid-60s. beginning an hour this weekend to set your clocks back one hour. 70 on sunday with ravens in town. more showers on monday. fans of the burgundy and gold might be enjoying their mondays a little bit more than usual. they certainly are after they launch their biggest comeback history. after finding themselves down 24-7 at half time to tampa bay as they would stun the bucks and the fans back to a 31-30
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victory as you could argue that the record breaking comeback may have just saved that season and saved some jobs as well. frank hanrahan join us live as they will be going inside that red zone with more reaction from today. >> reporter: yes, you got that right. nothing like the victory monday out here for them to show you some of the criticism that it feels good to get a win because let's be honest if you are 3-4 and not 2-5 that it will be a big difference going in to the bye week as they dug themselves a huge hole yesterday down 24-0 to tampa bay. but yes behind cousins, fighting back, getting three touchdowns in the second half. game winner, of course 24 seconds left and the skins will get their much-needed win. today out at redskins park, asked the what if question, what if, coach that you may not have beaten tampa bay? >> oh, i would try to think
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about that one. i probably wouldn't be standing up here today. [ laughter ] but that i might have done something crazy. >> i think that morale wise and just give us a fighting chance, just to strike that, we are still in it to win the bye is awesome. >> that's right. updating on the linebacker. and that they had surgery today, that they would be ready to go, of course they would visit the defending champions. that's the latest out here live at redskins park inside the red zone, frank hanrahan wusa9 sports. good news about kerrigan and his surgery, keep the
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perspective on who they beat, but that is the boost they need before you can see that is exactly what they got. >> that there will be some kind of a boost. all right, those fans, they left early. >> all right, kb just ahead at 6:00 with jan jeffcoat and bruce johnson, there's a new front runner in the key early voting stage. and also ahead a high school student is coping with the loss of two classmates after their bodies were found in the back of the van. but up next a new study finds that food could be a good thing for moms in the discover the world
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for a long time women were warned to not eat or drink anything while in labor. >> that may soon be changing as marley hall reports. >> reporter: hannah peck is expecting her first child any day now. >> oh my gosh her face. >> long recommended that expectant mothers like hannah fast while deliverying -- delivering. >> labor is a physically strain ewe wows to last for days.
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thanks to improvements in anesthesia. jack morris of new york presbyterian say that the findings are revolutionary. >> the woman will have more energy and the baby will have more energy, so it is a very important study. knowing that she could eat is a big release. >> that i'm not able to drink or eat if i need to and need that extra bump of energy during labor is great news. >> reporter: that just having that option will make the whole process sound less. marley hall new york. now researchers warn that patients with a history of the other complications, they still have to stop the whole labor. right now at 6:00, just two
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days before the next presidential debate. and the key voting states. the family of the driver that crashed in to a crowd of people at the homecoming parade was once hospitalized for mental health treatment. and shock and sadness at two local high school students that would learn about the deaths of two of their classmates, i'm bruce johnson. >> i'm jan jeffcoat. they are now trailing in one key state. ben carson taking the lead over donald trump in iowa as it comes as the candidates prep for their next debate this time in colorado. craig boswell has the latest in the race for the white house. >> reporter: donald trump is going after the man replacing him at the top of the polls in iowa. >> that is low energy, i don't get it. >> reporter: a new poll shows ben carson with a double digit lead, 32% to 18%. (mark) >> i don't believe it.
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because of the response for the people in iowa. >> reporter: in addition to questioning their energy, trump questioned his religion at the event in florida this weekend. >> i'm presbyterian. boy. that is down their middle of the road folks in all fairness. i mean i don't know about it. >> reporter: but he and trump went through something like this a couple of months ago. >> he thought i was questioning his faith and he went ballistic on that, so it seems a little interesting that he would now be doing that. >> reporter: both carson and trump will be centered stage on their third debate. the two insisted on changes in their format that will now include their opening statements, limited to two hours. he is huddling with the donors and their family members, struggling with the dynamics of the race. >> i got a lot of cool things to do other than just sit around and be miserable, listening to people to demonize me and feeling compelled. >> reporter: the

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