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police say a d.c. officer shot his wife and turned the gun on himself. >> good evening. thanks for joining us. shots rang out. stephanie ramirez the couple leaves children behind. >> sullivan is a d.c. police officer with d.c. protect thive services. this is a force under the district department of general services tasked with protecting property that belongs to district of columbia. police tell me this is the person they believe shot and killed his newlywed wife before taking his own life. it started as an argument yesterday morning. we now know the couple's 4
-year-old child was many the room with them with the shooting happened according to sources. a spokesperson says the suspect does not have a history of domestic violence that they know of. the victim has a previous relationship that is believed to have been an abusive one where she had a restraining order she dropped. >> we want you to reach us to us, police, sheriffs, any other agencies that exist in the county. >> it's very sad. very sad that would happen so close to home. >> reporter: those close to the couple tell us they were married a month or two ago. wusa 9 news. the search for a missing 15 -year-old boy has come to an end. the body of owens was found in a wooded area not far from his home. he was last seen his residence saturday. forensic experts are working to
determine how the boy died. above and beyond the call of duty. that's what is said about the two that helped capture the gun et ting suspect. the man highlighted in the lower right has a gun. he board of directorsed a green line train and got in a fight with other passengers. two employees tried to intervene. after a struggle, one held the suspect down while the other called for help. couldn't let him get away simply because what he could have done to me, my co worker, customers on the train. >> late this afternoon, metro presented pamela marrone with a certificate of valor. he's fighted as 25 -year-old tubs. he faces armed robs and carrying a pistol. bullets and blood were all too real. police shot and killed a suspect after an attempted robbery this
morning. chief kathy la near says employees and officers stopped the robbery. the suspects ran out if tv back door. one of the suspects opened fire on office and he is was killed. are police picked up the second suspect a few blocks away we could learn the identity of a man found dead in an overturned car off the parkway as early as tomorrow. sky 9 was over the vehicle. officer there is the department of natural resources got in the water and used a you bar to pry open the door. they believe it was in the water at least a day. a trooper shot and killed an armed car they want suspect this this morning. >> that happened 8:30 this morning. here's scott with the details. >> reporter: the man killed by a trooper here was driving an suv reported stolen from baltimore. a stolen gold lincoln navigator
with the driver dead on the ground next to it shot by a maryland state trooper. the gunfire after the suv rammed a police cruiser coming to assist. this in the parking lot of a sheets convenient store at east patrick in fredrick during the morning rush at 8:30. greg shiply said the lincoln was reported stolen last night. the suspect is flashed a gun. the shooper sotted the car and called for backup. the suspect is jumped behind the wheel and took off. the suv slammed into the fredrick police car coming into the parking lots. then gunfire as one trooper ended it. he heard one trooper shouting commands to the driver before the shooting. >> he gave commands four or five times. shotswere quick after that. >> the officer in the fredrick city police car was injured and taken to the hospital without
life threatening injuries. >> police recovered a large folding knife and drug paraphernalia from the suspect but have not identified him. boys accused of planning to target fellow students and teachers at river bend high school were in court today. one of the teen suspects was arrested two weeks ago t other friday. they allegedly made threats in text messages and online. students told administrators about the threat. the student resource officer got involved. an investigation was launched. >> in class friday he came and said all y'all better be careful friday. something is going down on monday. i guess that's what it was. >> today? >> everybody thought he was joking. we all knew he had problems. nobody thought he would have taken it that far. apparently he was willing. >> the common wealth attorney
will decide this week whether to charge them as adults. a project to hopefully prevent flooding of the city dock is now underway. a new bulkhead should stop flow into the bay. it's a steel wall plunged into the earth to keep flood waters out and prevent shore erosion. the project will not cause street closures. crews hope to have that done by april. you're go going to -- going to need to keep your umbrella handy. >> tell us when. >> quite a bit the main alert is wednesday. let's start with the future cast and advance out. we'll start tomorrow evening. some of the showers and light rain could get in by tomorrow evening. the dry commute to work and school tuesday. coming home, fairfax west and up to 70, montgomery county to fredrick, could have showers. temperatures by then in the
50s. 57 downtown. cooler, 583 gaithersburg -- 53 gaithersburg, 60:00 -- 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. temperatures stay generally in the 50s through the next little bit. over the computer for a second here. temperatures in the 50s. we'll take you to wednesday morning i can guarantee both commutes wet wednesday morning as we go through. remnants of patricia. you can see yellow. that's heavy activity. that's 5:30 in the morning wednesday look to southwest culpepper, orange, heavier activity. we'll take you to lunchtime on wednesday around noon. temperatures milder, back in the upper 60s, maybe a thunderstorm possible coming in wednesday evening we'll come back, talk about that and also the trick-or-treat forecast as well. >> looking forward to that. thanks so much. we're waiting to find out when funeral services for the broadcasting legend will take are place. >> he died this morning just
hours after listening to his final radio broadcast with his family. he had done that from his hospital bed. walker's radio career spanned more than 50 years. he hosted a big broadcast, wamu longest running program since 1990. he was recently diagnosed with cancer and just retired from broadcasting. this guy was a legend. ed walker was 83 years old. he says he's as shocked as the rest of the country. coming up t father of the woman charged with killing four people with a car during a homecoming parade. finally breaks his silence. >> details of remarkable ending to a terrible plane crash near miami
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narratorjeremy mcpike -ate, who 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. medics rushed three people
to the hospital after their small plane crashed near miami. that single engine plane came down and broke in half. federal investigators are on the scene trying to determine how that happened. this morning at the vatican, pope francis met with 5,000 gypsies around the world. >> he was greeted by musical performances. children danced for the pontiff. in the speech, the pope condemned neglect of gypsy basic needs saying it's time to end centuries of prejudice and discrimination. he put a crown on a virgin mary statue. the couple that led to kim davis being locked up celebrated their marriage saturday after a supreme court legalized supreme court marriage across the country. miller and roberts avoided guest saturday to avoid -- urged guests saturday to avoid talking
about davis. we're looking at a chilly night. clouds don't come in until dawn. here's the temperatures. some get to upper 30s, even 35 possible in fredrick. 38 gaithersburg, 39 leesburg. 38 down town we'll come back, talk about the timing of rain and showers. timing of rain and showers. remnants of patricia the washington post endorses democrat jeremy mcpike for state senate. applauding mcpike's "ideas about getting traffic moving."
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dramatic footage of the freeze 70 hostages held inside the isis leaders home in iraq. the u.s. soldier was killed when especial forces and kurdish fighters raided the property. once everybody got out safety, aircraft flew over the compound and leveled it with the bomb. many parts of southeast asia dealing with disaster after the massive earthquake ripped through afghanistan. >> 160 were killed when the 7.5 magnitude quake hit that area. most killed were in neighboring pakistan. thousands in afghanistan, pakistan and india have been forced to sleep outdoors after the quake leveled their home. it cut power and communications in many areas making the rescue recovery efforts more challenging. today a woman held on
$1 million bond as she undergoes mental investigation. she's charged with killing four people. one of them a 2 -year-old son of an oklahoma state sophomore. four others hurt, five in critical condition tonight. cell early phone video shows the silver sedan slamming into the van saturday. the father offered condolences. >> she may have problems, underlying problems, i wasn't fully aware of. we're going to address that. we're going to look into the situation and see what was going through her mind that morning. >> a judge could sentence her to life in prison if convicted. investigators are trying to determine what caused a deadly whale watching incident. it went down off the coast of british colombia and killed five. one is still missing.
it's described as a 60-foot long vessel with three decks ideal for whale watch pers the boat may have been in a rocky area home to a sea lion colony there's been reports near son.thaz pri e helicopter crews spotted 20 sharks 10-18 feet long within 100 yards of the shore. experts point out these are not in one spot but hunting normal prey of seals and sea lions. . my lawn can use the water. >> yes, absolutely. it will help the colors. it's little too little too late but still. remnants of patricia getting here by wednesday. tomorrow evening, could see rain and showers. let's start with 21 in a row.
pressure is on tonight. can we go 22 in a row? that's our long streak. high wind 60 today. we'll talk about how we did tonight at 11:00. it's 55. not crazy cool yet. if you're outside, i recommend a light jacket tonight. winds east southeast at 9. relative humidity 51%. here's remnants of patricia spreading rain as far north as nashville. heavy thunderstorms on the gulf store. florida panhandlele getting hammered with -- panhandle getting hammered with storms. rain showers south and west until tomorrow morning. tomorrow night and wednesday the main event. right now we have high clouds rolling through. that's about it. tonight, we're going to stay dry, just chilly. dry at the bus stop too. 38 to 52 for temperature temperatures. little cool to start. yellow weather will alert day for wednesday. both commutes going to be wet on wednesday. i would go ahead and factor in
extra time both to and from work and school. 10:00 tonight in the 40s. 43 gaithersburg, 44 buoy and fairfax under generally fair skies. by morning, hi clouds come in. green, rain, stays south for a while. by 9:00, 50 downtown, 45 gaithersburg, 46 leesburg. by lunchtime, showers getting to culpepper and winchester. they certainly get to the corridor first. by 6:00, gaithersburg, rockville, downtown, certainly wester of town and fairfax west and out towards leesburg and route 7, showers on the way home tomorrow. temperatures inthe 50s. clouds rolling in from the west, you'll hold in 50s. everyone else will truck toll get to 60. tomorrow night, we have rain and showers across the metro area. notice the arrows.
that's easterly wind. temperature 50 in gaithersburg and 51 buoy. tonight, clouds by dawn but dry. just chilly. 3 to about 48 for temperature the -- 38 to 48 for temperatures tomorrow mowing, -- tomorrow morning, mostly dry. tomorrow afternoon, light rain possible west of town and in the evening temperatures near 60. 46 to start the day planner. 50 by 9:00 mid 50s by 11:00 and 57 by 1:00 on the day planner. wednesday, patricia's remnant, 70. that's a lightning bolt. a thunderstorm by evening. some thursday -- some showers thursday. not bad. 62 not bad. halloween looks great, 65 trick-or-treating weather in the 50s. it's a 49 hour weekend. how sweet is that? set your clocks back saturday
night. 70 on sunday. more showers next monday he initiated the code red. finally sunday they did something they haven't all season, made halftime adjustments. frank has more on the history comeback making victory. >> argue it was a season-saving victory from the redskins, showing what you want to see from a football team. heart, grit, character in the come from behind victory over tampa bay. >> it was big for us. it speaks volumes for our team. we set ourself a new norm. we're starting to get our identity out here. we're tough guys. we took one the first half, came back and put up points to win this game.
>> we got that fight man. never give up. go out the way we wanted to in the first half, jumped out on us. we kept playing. >> we set the doubters up and kept fighting. >> now three and four, they request get a much needed bye week. it comes at the perfect time with so many redskins injured. kerrigan had surgery on his broken right hand today. he may be able to play november 8th at new england patriots. wusa 9 sports. >> thanks frank. washington nationals could have a new manager by the end of the week according to our friend at the "washington post ." they've narrowed candidates down to two. black and baker in town for second interviews are the two finalists. both with a lot of experience. baker three time manager of the year, last managed the cincinnati reds. haven't since 2013. black managed padres last 8.5 years and let go midway through
finally tonight, hundreds of costume dogs decked out. owners came out for the dog parade in new york city. new york's premiere of pet parade i about costumes and creativity. they wouldn't have been complete without a pizza rat sighting and of course that looks like a giraffe. the doggald trump was out voting for votes i understand. weather alert for wednesday. rain and showers, both commutes wet. halloween fantastic. 65. >> we get to sleep another hour. hello. >> 49 hour weekend.
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