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>>referee: tonight a virginia high school student is in custody charged with threat especiallying to blow up his school and shoot students. thank you for joining us. >> parents and students are being credited for stopping the plot. students we spoke to described the 15-year-old as a loaner. the county sheriff said the unnamed teen suffers from depression. he was angry at classmates and had a tough time making friends. some students say he tried to get them to go along with his plan. instead they went to the principal on tuesday to. deputies arrested the boy with in hours. >> the one thing have you to say about the police department is they are on it all the time.
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>> still scary. seems like we are hearing about it every day. >> he made a direct threat that he was going to bomb the school. he was going to bring weapons and he was going to shoot students. as a result of our investigation we learned that he was trying to solicit and enlist the help of at least one other student and even made the comment to this student that he would kill her or shoot her if she didn't participate. >> tonight the teen is being held without bond. he is charged with threatening to bomb the school and conspiracy to commit acts of terrorism. fight video are popular on the internet. one public school system is working to shut down accounts that spread those videos. an account was shut down today for violating terms of use involving violence and bullying. it was the school system that blew the whistle.
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the fifth time it's taken action this year. >> the videos absolutely glorifying violence, bullies, promote cyber bullying. >> reporter: and in addition to shutting down the account the administrators are disciplining students they can identity on the videos. montgomery county police say a 7-year-old had a minor injury when he was hit by a county school bus. happened just best west of connecticut avenue. the child got off the bus and started to get get back on but slipped and well as the bus pulled away. he was taken to the hospital. new information tonight on the laurel maryland man charged with murdering his wife with a dumb bell. howard county police say that jason martin posted his 500,000- dollar bail. he is out of jail tonight. is he charged with second degree murder. martin went to a neighbor's home and said he thought he had killed his wife.
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he has no criminal history. he is employed by the nsa. he taught math at james madison university. we have new video of the shooting in northeast washington. this happened on october 6th on olive street. police are hoping someone recognizes these two men. they are caught on camera shooting at someone off screen. you can see the flashes the muzzle as they pull the trigger. the person they were shooting at was not killed. anyone who helps police find these two men, you could belling uncle for a reward. new video show just how big of an effort it is to gather the blimp that floated away from maryland and into pen slam tonight crews were seen trying to fold up the military surveillance device which is longer than a football field. tina daniels shows us the day long effort to wrangle the blimp. >> reporter: the high tech blimp remains scattered in two pieces in rural pennsylvania while the united states military tries to figure out how it got loose. they know it broke free if it's
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anchor in aberdeen maryland and then drifted about 150 miles before coming down. >> we are now working on deflating it. you may have heard shot shots that's w we are deflater: the military "is woing on a plan to safely remove the blimp. the spokesman said it'll take a in the meantime state melissa long with united states army and national guard people are guarding the site because the blimp carries very high end radar equipment. >> for these we have been able to remove and some of the more difficult pieces. >> reporter: the unmanned blimp was still being tested. it was anchored by an inch thick tether designed to with stand hurricanes. several months ago a captain said there was a one in a million chance of it breaking wednesday was just an average
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day. cbs news. the >>the blimp knocked out power lines in pennsylvania but tonight the lights back on most. house of representatives has a new leader tonight. paul ryan held the speaker gavel for the first time. republicans elected him because he is viewed as someone who can unite their fractured party. it was one of the first issues he tackled from the speaker's a's >> the house is broken. we are not solving problems. we are adding to them. i am not interested inlaying blame. we are not settling scores. we are wiping the slate is clean. >> yes, freedom makes all things possible but being patient is what makes all things real. so believe in the long, slow struggle. >> at the end of the week former house speaker will resign from the house after serving some 25 years in
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congress. to his colleagues he said he leaves no regrets. we may hear tonight if metro has a new gm. they are negotiating a final deal with neil coh en. he has never run a railroad before. >> before >> reporter: sources say that the board chair has been meeting cohen all day. one of the key issues whether the former cfo who sevens on a number of corporate boards can continue to do that while he is running metr. what do riders think? >> i'm optimistic. >> reporter: ashley robins is leader of the new metro riders union. you are convinced that a new leader can make a difference? >> absolutely. >> reporter: nearly every rider we talked to had ideas to make metro better. >> i think an increased focus on safety is important. i think a lot of us are
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thinking about accident from the wintertime. >> we have had all the problems, all kinds of safety issues. there is a lot to do. >> safety would be the number one thing. >> reporter: some worry that if there is an emergency they will not be able to understand what the train operator is saying over the speakers. >> right now they shut down the train right here and that's -- i couldn't figure out why. >> reporter: the new gm will have his hands full. at the metro station bruce leshan. a metro reportedly has a back up candidate for gm. the fired former manager of bpi thurgood marshall airport. traffic going again on all lanes of the icc but it was a mess this afternoon when a trash truck caught fire. that truck dumped out the burning trash and several lane was shut down as fire crews put out the flames. secret frightening recordings of the former subway spokesman.
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after the break you will hear from jared fogle who will explain how he got children to trust him and tricked them. >> english ian -- engine on fire. >> hear from passengers who had to escape from a plane while it was on fire. >> it's kind of a shame that halloween isn't tonight it's so mild and comfortable. it'll be okay. everybody is talking about what is the forecast, what is the forecast? here you go. trick or treat weather. 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on saturday a few clouds, yes and cool but not bad. 48 to56. hasn't rained on halloween since 2003. we will ep ak alive. we will come back and talk about cooler air and talk about a big change in early november. >> winning the lottery more than once? try 25 times. really lucky or is something else going on? we break this inv
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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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narratorjeremy mcpike -ate, who csupports school funding.e, 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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right now about 15 people are recovering after this plane caught fire. passengers on at plane took cell phone video of flight 405 on the tarmac at for the lauderdale hollywood airport. you can see the heavy black smoke coming out of the plane. it was pull away from the gate headed for venezuela when the flames were spotted. >> i turn around and look in the window and it's like flames all over the turbine. >> we went from the left side. all the smoke was on that side . >> no confirmation on what sparked that fire but a pilot noticed fuel leaking. one person had burns, the rest had bumps, bruces and sprain -- bruises and sprains the airport closed for a few hours but is back open now. convicted child molester
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jerry sandusky appeared outside a court today. he is trying to get's new trial but the judge refused to make a ruling until he hears the state's attorney general. she said that the judge who over saw several grand jury investigations including sandusky's leaked information to reporters. the 71-year-old is serving at least 30 years for molesting ten boys. for the first time we are hearing secret audio tape that take us inside the mind of alleged child molester jared fogle. dr. phil has the interview with the former reporter who wore a wire for close to five-years and recorded him for the fbi. in this recording he talks to her about how he picks out young girls and boys to potentially abuse a warns, this is not easy to listen too. >> see one of these boys, possibility for us. i think that girl is [inaudible] possibility you know?
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we get them separated out on this thing. just the three of us. we sort of -- you know we sort of start talking whatever and start sharing stories and then we get a little closer and a little closer and a little closer. before you know it, you know -- you know -- just -- [inaudible] many >> it's not that hard to do? >> no. not at all. >> he pleaded guilty to possession and distribution of child porn and to travel across state lines to have sex with at least two teenage girls. tomorrow on dr. phil hear how he allegedly admits to committing one of the crimes he is charged with. it all starts at four. virginia's governor is telling the state lawmaker to man up. that after the father of slain allison parker sent this message on facebook to senator
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bill stanley. andy park certifyer is upset over stanley's progun stance. >> i think andy needs to be smarter with what he says. i had to call him the day his daughter was killed. i had to call the ward family. i want to be the last to go through this. it's a horrible tragedy. obviously -- but -- identify called the police every time someone went online and said much worse than i will be your worst nightmare i would spend all day on the phone. >> there is no word from andy parker tonight. he is not talking. no word on what action if any place will take against him. these dogs now ready for duty after the break. how they plan to keep maryland safe. >> the new england pats look to stay undefeated thursday night. coming up dave owens will have a preview on why they will pay close attention to this game.
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i'm jill mccabe, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. all the mouthwash in the world won't help dick black. because what comes out of his mouth is just offensive. black said gays and lesbians lead "lifestyles that are harmful to the culture of this state." he dismissed rape in the military, calling it "as predictable as human nature." black opposes the use of birth control and voted to force women seeking abortions to have intrusive transvaginal ultrasounds. dick black. so extreme, it's dangerous.
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after 14 growling weeks of training eight high highley dogs have beginned the maryland dog unit. they graduated today. i wish i had been there. they will patrol mare write land highways, sniffing out drugs, bombs and chasing down bad guys. they are also trained to track down and rescue people in danger. there are some 35 handlers, 46
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dogs assigned to the state police. always watching, always tracking. wusa9's first alert weather. dc's most accurate. >> i love those stories. i had this thing on my arm. had them chase me. bite my arm. >> i want to see video. >> you didn't need that thing. are you tough enough -- you are tough enough. >> i don't know why i brought that up. i'm sorry. >> are you stronger -- are you stronger than that. change in the temperatures. now that said before the cold front went through we were aggressive. i thought with the three degree guarantee. i almost went higher. 74 was the forecast for today. we have a streak is, 24 in a row. we will let you know how we did tonight after the game. live look outside. still 66. that's pretty toasty really. winds out of the west at seven and they will become northwesterly at ten to 15 overnight.
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will turn tonight cooler. nothing crazy though. bus stop temperatures, 42 to 52. just about 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. chilly but the sweatshirt a good idea. breezy and much cooler now we are talking about temperatures near 60 though i feel most of the suburbs will hold in the upper 50s. with the breezes, dress for the low 50s. chilly but nice for high school football. looks dry. temperatures in the 50s late games in the 40s. you may leave home this time any way. look to the east and look up. three planets very close together. it should be clear you don't need a telescope. ten tonight. not that cool. 53 leesburg. still 56 fredricksburg. by morning we go back to the 40s. nothing crazy either but 41 in frederick. 44 -- 43 in fairfax. by nine, we are generally still in the upper 40s. at least in the suburbs any
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way. by lunchtime we are back in the 50s. if it weren't so windy or breezy tomorrow it would be comfortable but the arrows indicate the direction from which the wind is blowing which is the northwest. dress for the low 50s. by six we are still in the low 50s and the suburbs, mid50s fredricksburg and in -- we are slipping in to the 40s by eight. as far south -- and waldorf, and we are looking at 49. for tonight clearing, breezy, a cooler, temperatures in the 40s winds will pick up northwesterly at ten to 15. on the day planner. 49 to start and then only 54 by 11 and only 58 by one. temperatures don't go up very far or very fast tomorrow. so we are looking at just a cool halloween but a dry halloween. 59. then 67 on sunday. perhaps a shower. should not be a huge problem. the game should be fine in baltimore. ravens in town and before you
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go to bed saturday night turn the clocks back one hour. better chance of showers on monday. 70 and then look at this. low 70s tuesday. mid to upper 70s on wednesday and mid-70s within on thursday. that's a nice start to november. now, wusa9 game on sports with dave owens. brought to you by xfinity. >> tonight will be a great night for a skins team slum bertha -- slumber pa rty. maybe a bonfire fire. they can all watch the patriot game. who is ready to go on the limb and --. >> washington taking a few days off from practice. this is video from earlier in the week. skins, they are in second place. one game behind the giants, 3- 4. next opponent after the bye just the patriots. y gruden's team will be under dogs but no team is unbeatable. the team is resting now but
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gruden said he wants has players to watch new england tonight. >> i want them to watch and get themselves mentally ready to go. second half of our season we have nine games left. it'll be a grind. i think it'll be important for them to get away. four our five-dayans d get some rest and come back ready to roll. it'll be a tough stretch. >> indeed. time for the key ingredient and it's -- it would be easy to say tom brady but it's really rob. i think he is the key. if he has a big game, the pats nearly impossibly -- he has 34 this season in the first six games and six touchdowns. dolphins 3-3. they had a come back. under the new coach who took over for joe after fur games patriots undefeated but the teams have split the last four games. i think it would be good tonight. i'm feeling dolphins upset. >> good. i want a good game. >> really? >> yeah. you heard it here first. >> okay i will watch just for
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that. >> there you go. >> on his word? >> no because i'm going against his word. >> i'm
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pats and dolphins tonight. 8:25. >> and you think the dolphins will win? crazy. that's the news for seven. >> better be taking notes. >> adam and leslie
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