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at this hour. we're down in the low to mid 40s in many suburbs here in town with low to mid 50s along the bay. if you've noticed the eastern sky you'll notice it when you head out pretty cool what's going on here with jupiter, venus and mars. very bright this morning, mars is a little bit dim but you're easily going to be able to see that in most areas. as far as today a nice sunny cool late october day. lunch time temperatures in the mid 50s with northwest early winds around 10, want that jacket today feels closer to 50 with an afternoon high around the 60-degree mark. larry miller you've been busy since early give us the latest. >> so here is the good news. metro riders everything running on schedule trains and buses so good news there. we've given the all clear for silver hill this morning, where we had an accident on the outer loop at the beltway at allentown road. all lanes of traffic are open. the crash scenes involving troopers vehicle has been removed as well as another vehicle so again all clear in that area with no major issues to report. want to give you a live look
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and show you how things are shaping up the westbound side of i66 and 123 looks like an accident blocking one lane use caution no major delays. your next update in 10 minutes we'll send it over to you. new this morning the manhunt is over for convicted rapist floyd ray cook. cook was shot and killed overnight in cumberland county, kentucky. >> according to police state troopers and a u.s. marshall opened fire when cook failed to comply. the 62 year old con vick was on parole for raping a 19-year-old woman back in 1971. on sunday he allegedly shot a police officer in tennessee. police say that happened after cook was pulled over for a traffic stop. day two of deliberations in the charles severance trial and it seems the jury is asking for a lot before they make their minds up. >> nikki burdine is live at the courthouse to explain . good morning. >> reporter: jury members will be back here at 10:00 today to continue deliberations and based on what they've asked from the judge they have their work cut out for them a lot of evidence to go over. charles severance is accused of murdering three people in
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alexandria over the course of 11 years the jury asked for several things from the judge yesterday. colored markers, other pad, more jury instructions and then a lit of all of the exhibits. there are more than 100 exhibits that have been shown throughout trial including pictures, videos, receipts, records, and some of charles severance's writings. the jury has been given all 2000 plus pages of severance's writing and the jury also heard from 100 witnesses over three weeks of testimony and there are 10 counts the jury must decide on. first degree murder charge, and the 2003 shooting death of nancy dunning but the more recent killings were upgraded to capitol murder because they happened within three years of each other. the jury also asked for the police report from ruth annapolis lodato's murder but that was never admitted into evidence so the judge denied that request but coming up in our next half hour what else the jury requested the judge also denied in the defense strongly objected to. i'll tell you what that is
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coming up in our next half hour. deliberations will continue again at 10:00. live out sad the fairfax county courthouse, wusa9. more than six months after the crime happened, an arlington man is now charged in the murder of his estranged wife. officers arrested 46 year old david black after he was indicted by a special grand jury. he's charged with first degree murder in the death of 42 year old bonnie black. police found her body inside her home last april. officers were called by a neighbor who spotted the couples two young children wandering outside. a teenager is being held this morning in stafford county, virginia. according to investigators fellow students turned in the classmates planning to attack brook point high school. the sheriff's office heard about the plot from the principal after students reported the suspect tried to get them to go along with his plan. under new management. paul ryan says it is time to change the way they do business on capitol hill. good morning. ryan took the speaker's gavel
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from nancy pelosi yesterday and thanked the outgoing speaker for his service and then the new speaker told the house member the house is broken and it's time to fix it. ryan pledged to work with the other side to tackle tax reform, poverty and debt. and a sign that he could actually bring his republican party together all but nine republicans voted for him. ryan also promised rankin file republicans would have a bigger say when it comes to passing legislation as they move forward. now it took until almost 3:00 this morning but congress finally did get a budget passed and from that standpoint the new speaker ryan gets a clean slate. no government shutdowns to battle. the deal boosts spending for military and domestic programs by a total of $0 billion over two years and pro techs senior citizens from an expected spike in medicare premiums next year as well. live in the news room, wusa9. cities trying to limit panhandling are facing a new legal hurdle this morning. because of a recent supreme court ruling that seemingly has nothing to do with asking for
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money. federal judges in at least three states have cited a june ruling by the high court on the size of church signs as a reason for overturning anti panhandling laws or at least sending cases disputing those laws back to lower courts for review. they have been legendary since the 1970s and a spooky tourist attraction ever since. >> get me every time i drive by. >> today is the day though. the exorcist looks at georgetown to become an official washington landmark. we are live there right now to explain. what's happening? >> reporter: hi, we are in the middle of the exorcist stairs and i've got to tell you whether you love the film or just a very challenging work out, these stairs do not fail. they are tucked away here between m and prospect streets and georgetown at 36th, between a stone wall, a brick wall they are dark, dingy, and yes, pretty creepy. and all 75 steps are very
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steep. just don't fall. of course, everyone knows these stairs were made famous in the 1971 novel and the subsequent movie in 1973, the exorcist and now, they will take their rightful place in d.c. history today. the mayor will join the film screen writer and director to officially commemorate the stairs with a plaque and some say this is long overdue and in fact this celebration is only happening because of fans who raised $7,000 and so today is the day when these stairs set so many including nick giovanni have passed and avoided will finally celebrate these stairs and i don't want to be a spoiler but behind this black cloak, there's nothing but there is a chalk mark line where the plaque will be placed later today and that happens at
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6:00 this evening. back to you in the studio. >> really built up the suspense there. started raising that. >> but i'm just so proud because she has gone up and down those stairs as part of her boot camp she knows from when she speaks. >> dawnting. >> it's tough. >> oh, delia. well this may be the redskins buy week we're talking football but hopefully they were on their job last night scouting their next opponent that would be the undefeated new england patriots. they are still undefeated coming out of thursday night football. tom brady picked apart the dolphins throwing for 356-yards and four touchdowns. here is one of them. the patriots flex this one 36-7 so now the redskins get their shot at becoming the first team to beat new england. we'll have to wait two sundays from now. >> mike already is telling us no problem for his team. >> exactly. 6:07 coming up on wake up washington several people are indicted in the largest disaster fraud case ever. >> and tragedy to report from
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europe. two boats carrying migrants and refugees from turkey to greece sank overnight. we're looking at a cool start with the jacket on and you'll need it as well with temperatures in the 40s and 50s but clear skies giving us another great view of jupiter, venus and mars. the one on the lower left is mars on this friday morning. we'll take a look at your weekend forecast. halloween time change lots coming up just a couple of minutes. right now you're looking live at i270 at west diamond avenue. you can see traffic flowing freely on the southbound and northbound side as you approach the capitol beltway in bethesda so we're off to a good start in areas of montgomery county a lot of earlier issues around the beltway are all but resolved, keeping a close eye on another situation. we'll tell you about it
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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. i'm jill mccabe, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. all the mouthwash in the world
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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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11 after 6:00 on this cool friday morning, temps starting in the 40s and 50s out there so i'm thinking you'll need the jackets and the 40s might need gloves and see the mid 40s in lots of areas like leesburg and damascus and ash burn at 45, and 49 in dumphreys and springfield. looking sunny breezy and cooler highs upper 50s, 61 in the warm spots. larry miller things looking a little better this last time we heard from you? >> yes, we do have improvement. that's good news again traveling bound on 50 going through crofton, making your way toward the beltway no issues . south bound on the bw parkway 95 coming from areas like laurel making your way into college park you won't have any problems this morning. here is a live look to show you how things are shaping up here this is in virginia, along i66. no problems as you travel inbound. we'll send it over to you.
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a tradition which quickly turned into sexual assault sends one man to jail. indictments have been handffed o in the largest disaster fraud case ever. wake up washington is 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."
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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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my dvr failed me last night. >> the 11:00 news was not recorded so i have no idea what how you guys finished on the three degree guarantee. >> you don't? >> we got it. >> topper was forecasting 74, we hit 73 and todays for cast highs around 60 and that's keeping that one it's a good number. i'm confident with it and this afternoon is a lot cooler than it has been. and it's like 25 in a row or something like here. >> there it is. mark it down. >> out of 46 have to double check that but i think you're close on those stats. let's see what's happening on think friday morning. we love friday. don't you love friday? we've got a beautiful sky, clear skies that's jupiter bright jupiter on top, brighter venus in the middle and mars down below. talking about temperatures which will climb into the upper 50s to 60, 61 in the warmer spot, northwest early wind 10- 15 gusty at times for the first half of the day.
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right now, 50 degrees for clear skies north northwest early winds at 12 and we dried out a lot. dew points yesterday morning still above 60, drop into the 30s so it feels a lot more like fall and speaking of fall we've got high school football tonight chilly 55 at 6:00, by 8:00 down to 50, even a few upper 40s and certainly looks like we'll have quite a few 40s if you're out late and around 10:00 p.m. clear skies northwest early winds cooler air moving in so this is with the your friday locks like a few clouds in the mountains tonight as high pressure settles in winds calm down a sunny start to halloween and look, the clouds move in in the after anyone and evening but we don't see any green so we'll stay dry. we will have a chance of a shower by sunday afternoon and evening. three day forecast 60 today, 30s and 40s tonight, tomorrow starts with clouds thickening up in the afternoon, 59 a dry day, 67 yes, 67 on sunday for the trick or treaters though it looks like temperatures will be mostly in the low to mid 50s with a couple of upper 40s
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mixed in for good measure and then november, right? starts on sunday, with the time change saturday night and look at those temperatures . tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. nice low to mid 70s. larry miller 6:17. howard you got your costume picked out already? >> scary without one. >> you're right about that. >> [laughter] >> no issues around the beltway folks so we are doing well. a lot of earlier problems all but resolved. sky 9 right now is on the outer loop at the beltway before 66, we had had a report of a vehicle fly out there that was confirmed when we got out there didn't see much of anything going on, so clear traffic both on the inner and outer loop at the beltway in this part of the town in the maryland side, especially out along i66 just volume but no major issues this morning. want to let you know metro riders everything is running on schedule, trains and buses good to go there. traveling south bound on i270 down toward the capitol beltway a 19 minute commute and again we are issue and problem free along i66 but volumes picking
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up primarily in manassas from james madison highway to almost street northwest a 42 minute commute, up to i395 an 18 minute commute and traveling on the inner loop of the beltway from baltimore avenue, now a 16 minute commute. look from our traffic land cam shows us how things are shaping up along the beltway here at 50. you can see volume as you make your way around the beltway. we'll send it over to you. now developing stories we're working right now. we've learned more than a dozen of the 22 migrants who drowned were children. they were on board an overloaded boat from turkey. the greek islands are just six miles from turkey's coast and the closest gateway into europe. he's expected to be in the class of 2018 at harvard and instead new hampshire prep school graduate owen lebre is headed to jail for a year unless he wins an appeal. he plans to appeal that sentence for rape. the judge told the teen he didn't believe the sexual encounter lebre had with a 15 year old was consensual.
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he attended the prestigious st. paul's boarding school and he contacted the 15 year old as part of a ritual called the senior salute. that's where young men about to graduate try to tally up sexual conquest. authorities in waco, texas are demanding to know who leaked surveillance video showing a massive biker brawl. the shooting killed nine people back in may. the video shows members of the biker club sitting and having drinks on the patio one moment and then the next dodging bullets and running for their lives. off screen the fire started the fight started with members of the rival gang the banditohad crew. police are furious. >> those did not come from waco police department. those were not released to the media by the district attorney's office either. >> in all police recovered hundreds of weapons including guns, knives, and brass knuckles at the texas restaurant. the struggle was real for crews trying to fully de flight that army blimp that broke loose at the aberdeen ground
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wednesday. they used shot guns yesterday to help let the air out. that blimp is longer than a football field keep in mind and it cost about $180 million. still no answers as to how the 6,000 foot long cable tethering that blimp to the ground managed to snap. venezuela is planning to sue the united states over the legality of ongoing economic sanctions. and another major retailer wants to turn turkey day into a shopping day. well we've got a cool start here, temps in the 40s and 50s and you might need gloves. get away day look at that. across the east looks good, chicago 58, boston 56 atlanta 69 and we're pushing 60 this afternoon. back with the weekend forecast in just a few moments. more motorists on the roads but no issues to slow you down so looks like our weekend already off to a great start with a lot of earlier issues we have primarily in prince georges county all resolved, so we're off to a great start this morning. stay with us we'll have much more news, weather and traffic and a look at how things shape
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up on metro coming up right after the break.
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in your money this morning, venezuela's president plans to file a lawsuit over a dispute
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issued a decree issued by president obama. in march president obama declared the south american country a threat and imposed sanctions on top officials for alleged human rights violations. venezuela's president says he will file suit in the u.s. court to try to get those sanctions repealed. seven people have been indicted in connection with the largest disaster fraud identity theft case ever. federal prosecutors say the defendants are accused of faking more than 40,000 damage claims after the bp oil spill in 2010 trying to get more than $2 billion. together they face 95 counts of conspiracy, fail fraud, wire fraud, identity theft, and aggravated identity theft. maryland business owners are about to get a break because their unemployment insurance tax rate is set to go down next year. governor larry hogan announced the rate will drop to the lowest possible level allowed under state law. that's because the states unemployment insurance trust
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fund has grown by more than $125 million since january. well the prepaid debit card backed by russel simmons is creating a multi million dollar fund now to help customers affected by technical glitches. this will compensate rush card customers who had late fees or any other financial setbacks because they couldn't get to their money. earlier this month, problems with the cards payment processor caused thousands of customers to lose access to their money for as many as ten days. once again macy's plans to open its doors on thanksgiving day. starting at 6:00 p.m. on turkey day customers can cash in or at lost try to on black friday sales at 700 stores nationwide and online. the department store and other retailers including target and wal-mart want to get that early jump on the holiday shopping season taking a different approach from rei, whose shutting it down on black friday. >> letting their employees and everyone else enjoy the holiday. all right how about this? skipping line in tsa security checkpoints is something many
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of us enjoyed from time to time. >> consider that a thing of the past potentially. we'll explain why when we return. we've got a much cooler start temperatures this morning are in the 40s and 50s and it does look like we'll have a cool weekend at least skies have cleared and you can see that 50 degrees in town with even 30s in the mountains, near 60 later on and a decent weekend as a said more coming up in a moment. larry? and looking at the beltway seeing volume at new hampshire avenue but again no accidents and or incidents to slow you down so that's good news and of course more people waking up and heading off to school and/or work this morning. we'll walk you around the trouble spots and give you an update on how things are shaping up on metro, mart and bre, coming up right after the break. violence against police, cops attacked again and again, an anxious wife in d.c., will her husband come
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airports is no more. one hour until sunrise over the district. wake up washington it's the beginning of a new era at wusa with a new look, a new name. >> i'm andrea roane. larry miller has your time saver traffic. we begin with first alert meteorologist howard bernstein. what's happening right now? >> pretty quiet morning temperatures a lot cooler 40s and 50s so jackets maybe gloves and hats with some of the readings in the mid 40s, low 40s and bull run and springfield sitting at 49, 48 in owings and 47 in buoy. futurecast lots of sunshine. that's good news but the chill is back. 55 by lunch time very pop you already number here. winds will be a little breezy especially this morning as the afternoon wears on gets a little lighter with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. tonight is a little chilly, 40s for high school football games and by saturday morning upper 30s to mid 40s with sunshine but clouds thicken up and we stay dry highs close to 60 once
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again saturday. let's check in with larry miller your latest time saver traffic. metro riders we are off to a great start with no issues on the rails trains, buses all running on schedule. around the capitol beltway still fairly quiet volume picking up through out much of the area and usual spots college park, even parts of silver spring this morning but again no accidents and/or incidents to slow you down so that's good news. traveling bound on 50s, toward the capitol beltway no issues southbound on bw parkway on 95 on the maryland side free and clear as well. your next traffic update coming up in roughly 10 minutes taking you out to i66 and show you how things shape up on 95 on the virginia side. we'll send it over to you. we continue to follow a developing story in the district. homicide detectives spent much of the morning at the scene of a deadly shooting in southeast washington. >> here is what we know right now. a man was shot and killed after 1:00 this morning in the 1500 block of v street rushed to the hospital where he was later
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pronounced dead. right now we're still working on information about any possible suspects. deliberations continued to in the triple murder trial of charles is in fairfax county. >> jurors reconvene this morning but it seeps they won't be wrapping up any time soon. >> nikki burdine is at the courthouse now with more and nikki do we know what the jury is asking and why it's taking so long? >> reporter: the jury is asking for quite a lot actually. they made several requests yesterday and based on that, and everything they asked for from the judge this will take them quite a while before they can even begin to make a decision. now just a reminder charles severance is charged with killing throw people over the course of 11 years. there were more than 100 exhibits shown during the course of trial. pictures, videos, receipt records and some of charles severance's writings. the jury has been given all 2000 pages of those writings and the jury heard from about 100 witnesses over three weeks of testimony. on top of that, the jury asked for a few more things yesterday. colored markers, more copies of
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jury instructions, and then a list of all of the exhibits; however the judge denied the jury a list of the exhibits from the commonwealth and the defense. the defense objected to that request saying that it could be prejudice to their case if they are looking for a match between the two. the jury has ten charges to consider including murder and capitol murder. those two capitol murder charges are against ron kirby because they have happened within three years of each otherment the jury certainly seems to be going over everything and they have a lot of information to go through after the judge granted those requests they will be starting again this morning at 10:00. live outside the fairfax county courthouse, nikki burdine, wusa9. have you ever breezed through security at the airport and not have to take off your shoes even if you were not enrolled in that tsa pre-check program? good morning. tsa would grab a few people in your line, zoom them through. well that's all over now. this comes after undercover agents were able to get through
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security 95% of the time with a weapon and not be detected by tsa agents according to our partners at the washington post they were even able to get through with simulated bombs. now you can still get through security more quickly than the bulk of travelers but you will have to enroll in that tsa pre check program and get a background check, pay an $85 fee and good for five years. live in the news room, wusa9. the 1970s book and horror film the exorcist made them famous. >> now more than four decades later d.c. will make them dredge en dairy. we are live at the exorcist stairs in georgetown to explain how but first we'll have to explain how you never seen this movie before? >> reporter: i don't do well with scary movies. i know the legend and we all know the legend but i can't even listen to music of scary movies ever since i was a kid and my birth day is on halloween but i digress. listen, these exorcist stairs
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are pretty infamous, certainly those white marbel steps at the jefferson or the lincoln e pr sive, but it is these concrete, dark, dingy stairs all 75 stairs here at the exorcist stairs are pretty famous and have been a landmark for years and now will take its rightful place in d.c. history. of course these stairs were first made famous in the 1971 novel and the subsequent movie in 1973, the exorcist and so now, fans have gathered $7,000 and they have joined the mayor in honoring the legend of the exorcist stairs. today there will be a ceremony with the mayor joining the screen writer and the director of the original film in 1973 and they will finally commemorate these stairs and
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become a landmark here in d.c. and official landmark and there will be a plaque and i've got to say i used to run so i'm a little winded. let me explain. i ran up all 75 stairs right before the live hit just to challenge myself because i used to run these stairs as a work out, ten times back and forth and i got to say, it could be the cold, it could be the boots, it could be the three kids in five years but i don't know. >> [laughter] >> it's not the same as it was back then. but it's a great trip and a real fun ride and finally, this landmark will become official here in d.c. back to you. >> running the stairs for us this morning. >> older and wiser she's not going to do it again. happy early birthday to you. you know, by this time next month there will be better conditions for new mothers who work at the smithsonian. a look at the coolest
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halloween house decorations in case you want to take notes. yesterday was still warm. today the chill returned and even gloves in spots if you're down in the 40s might want light gloves this morning. speaking of a chill tonight high school football forecast, 55 at 6:00, we'll be falling from 50 maybe into the 40s before the games end. you'll want to bundle up for that. back with your ekweend forecast in just a few moments. you may think all people who run for office are pretty much the same... but not jill mccabe. she's a doctor... who's a pediatric emergency room physician at inova loudoun hospital. she's a mom... who knows the value of a quality education. she's a community leader... who will work in the state senate to reduce traffic and use some common sense. jill mccabe. she's not a politician... and in richmond, she'll work for us.
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it is 6:40 on this friday morning temps down 10, 15, 20 degrees from where they were yesterday at this time so i urge you to grab a jacket and see down to 43 in ash burn right now and white oak as well with 49 in waldorf and toward manassas we're sitting at 46. clear skies now up to 60 looking ahead toward the weekend 59 saturday more clouds in the afternoon and mostly cloudy but mild sunday with a chance of a shower, south and west high of 67. got 70s in the seven day forecast you'll have to wait
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about five minutes though to see that. no wait for larry miller here. >> traveling south bound on i270 near 370 you'll see an accident actually just cleared up about two or three minutes ago in fact. but you will see the residual delays as a result of that now cleared accident. sky 9 is over the scene to show you how things are shaping up on i270 and you can see the left-hand side of your screen the south bound side slow going. get past the accident just south of you should be good to go as you make your way toward the capitol beltway in bethesda. we'll have an update on that situation plus a look at how things shape up along the beltway and 50 as welcoming up after the break. coming up what one former president thinks about kanye west plan to run for the white house in 2020. and we're now one signature away from averting a debt crisis and keeping the federal government running for the next two years. good friday morning to you and today on great day wash ton
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basketball legend kareem jabar joins us to talk about his new book. plus we'll celebrate halloween with a pumpkin derby race, a pet costume fashion show and sneak peak of halloween episode of young and the restless, the stars play chelsea and adam and they will talk to us. >> join us live right here at 9:00 for our first annual i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. republican hal parrish claims he improved transportation. but the truth is he was nowhere to be found.
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literally. parrish holds a seat on the northern virginia transportation authority, but 34 times he failed to show up for meetings. parrish skipped more meetings than any other member. and hal parrish refused to support the bi-partisan transportation bill. why would we want to get stuck with republican hal parrish in richmond? why would we want to get stuck okay. so everyone is saying, "hurry! you gotta get fios!" but why. why fios? well, right now for a limited time, you can get a great deal from fios, the 100% fiber optic network. fios gives you big capacity so you can get 100 percent out of all your devices. that means if you need more streaming for more devices... fios gives you options. so whatever speed you need, fios has it with the fastest internet and wi-fi available from 50 to 500 megs plus you can upload your favorite videos up to 5x faster than cable. but the main reason to get fios? we're rated #1 in customer satisfaction. why fios? ultimately that's why.
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right now, get 50 meg fios internet, tv and phone starting at $79.99 a month, guaranteed for 2 years. and get $300 back with a 2-year agreement. don't wait, because time is running out. this is your last chance. offer ends november 7th. get out of the past. get fios. 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. turning off the porch lights is the universal sign
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for i'm out of candy. >> i'm done for the night, i'm hiding in the n,de eating the candy that i'm out of. >> [laughter] >> if you have not chosen a costume by now every second that goes by without making a decision means you're that much closer to being that guy at the party trying to pass off your shower cap and bathrobe as a costume. it's not a costume, okay? that's unemployed. >> [laughter] >> please act now because if you wait until saturday you'll be going through the seasonal aisle at cvs and have to settle for the last rainbow wig. at that point just stay in. hulu the mindy project and pound down the fun size snickers until you can't feel anymore. you'll get them next year. there it is. >> [laughter] >> eating the kit kat or something, i'm out i'm out. >> colbert clearly in halloween mode. we're in halloween mode looking at traditions also going on for years. a father in los angeles puts on a halloween display for
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the whole neighborhood more of a troat than a trick. rick first created the $12,000 masterpiece for his young children and the goal was to create a halloween amusement park that's not scary and now his kids are all grown up but the tradition continues for a new generation. >> some have introduced their kids to us now, little babies and that makes me feel terribly old. >> this display takes months to set up. he starts in july. the whole display is only up for 10 days. >> got the tree house up and everything. >> too bad he can put snow on it and get it ready for christmas right? >> multi-facetted. time to see what our partners at cbs this morning are covering. >> nora o'donnell is live with a preview in new york. good morning your kids dressing up for trick or treating this weekend? >> yes, we are. we'll be in washington for halloween. i'm very excited about that. good morning to you, nick and andrea. we are celebrating our 1000th
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broadcast and you guys have a new look wake up washington i love it. >> yes, ma'am. >> congratulations on your 1000th show. >> thank you, thank you. we've got a lot of news this morning. first, there is a massive manhunt over so we're in kentucky where the man accused of shooting at police in two different state was killed overnight. plus a former prep school student sentenced to jail time in the sexual assault trial, we'll talk with ricky about what's next for him and also how drivers are kicking tesla's auto pilot feature too far and then john oliver will be right here in studio 57. the news is back in the morning as we say, see you at 7:00, wake up washington. >> we're going to wake up washington with cbs this morning and also go to bed, charlie's on the colbert show tonight. >> that's right. plan those highlights come monday, ha? >> we look forward to that. >> take care guys. >> have a great weekend talking about halloween with howard bernstein. if you we're a poncho this weekend strictly a costume right? >> you won't need the super
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warm gear but going to be a little chilly like in the 50s but dry so you won't need the plastic bag waterproofing and in some cases that is a costume. if you have the teenager in a trash bag. >> come on. >> just transaction. >> you want candy from me you better make an effort or something. let's show you whats happening. >> the threat from howard bernstein. >> just a fact. i'm not just giving it away for nothing right? we've got a beautiful start on this friday morning temperatures are climbing into the 50s, mid 50s for lunch time about 60 for the high little bit of a breeze northwest 10-15 could gust over 20 for the first half of the day. right now, it's really dried out from yesterday with dew points in the 30s humidity 59%, we've got a temperature of 50 on the nose in town but lot cooler north and west. do to 43 see that in gaithersburg 43 in front royal as well, 49 in waldorf, and the mountains, yes 30s still a ways away before the local ski areas open up but give it another six
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weeks and we'll be going down the slopes out toward the west see rain in west texas, new mexico, mexico coming into the plains. this is our next weather maker giving us a chance of rain as we head into late sunday and monday. so in the short-term with high pressure which will be building in we'll clear it out and we've cleared out nicely this morning and good sunny day around here with temperatures only around the 60-degree mark, little bit on the cool side tonight 44 in town with 30s north and west with lighter winds and now tomorrow upper 50s clouds will start to rule the day especially after the morning and then we get milder on sunday but saturday night, it is halloween. trick or treat time for that i think temperatures are low to mid 50s perhaps a few upper 40s in cooler spots and this forecast is for 6:00-9:00 when most folks will be out trick or treating. seven day forecast time change weekend clocks go back an hour saturday night. larry miller excited about the 49 hour weekend and as we head toward next week we warm up nicely that's warm start to november.
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it's just about 6:50 here is larry time saver traffic. >> that extra hour means an extra hour of me under the covers, and it's always a good day. again south bound side of i270 this is at clopper road close to west diamond avenue where we had an accident. the accident is clear but residual delays continue. sky 9 has been over that for awhile. this is the south bound side slow going as you approach the capitol beltway. just south of that accident you'll be good to go as you make your way toward bethesda. want to take you back and show you how things shape up on metro. trains buses running on schedule good news there. taking you back to i270 show you what that commute looks like taking into account that slowdown as you approach areas like germantown down toward the capitol beltway a 43 minute commute. eastbound i66 no major issues but volume again and the usual spots manassas, parts of centerville, from obana road to 27th street northwest a 47 minute commute north bound i95 on the virginia side from the
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prince william parkway up to i395 looking at a 14 minute commute on the inner loop of the beltway from new hampshire avenue to central avenue looking at a 14 minute commute as well. here is a live lock to show you how things shape up this is 395 making your way toward the 14th street bridge at duke street here and as you make your way into town you won't have issues traffic still fairly light both on the north bound and southbound side so things are shaping up along that corridor quite well. we'll send it over to you. tommy mcfly always in the spirit of the season he is ready for halloween all-in costume. we've been calling him super mcfly. >> take a look at super mcfly and trends in the 94.7 fresh fm studios . good morning. >> good morning guys. we take halloween very seriously around here. this is the lovely and talented kelly. she's going as a sexy donald trump this year and jen, we've got a jenny in a bottle she is granting your wishes and finally the secret is out, right? we're all getting together
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tomorrow and go down to south lee street in old town with 3000 bags of candy. check out video from last year. we do this every year. happened about four years ago. somebody who listened to the show said you should come and hang out in front of our house. they close down south lee street. senator mark warner lives on south lee and will be joining us on the air a little later about 7:10 this morning to talk about the biggest political drama today whether you choose candy or eyeballs on halloween. >> [laughter] 3000 bags of candy? >> 3000 bags of candy. you should see the shots on the fresh track. it rides low as we make our way to south lee street. it's going to be a blast and open to the public. they close down the streets. >> and remember if you can't eat it all, dentists are accepting and making sure we send them to the troops so they can have a little bit of halloween treats. >> and i better see selfie of your halloween costume. come on. >> i have one from way back when i did a throwback, is that
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good enough? >> we shall see. implying anchor man, just sticking with that. much appreciated. >> have fungis. checking what's in the news, new surveillance video emerged showing a massive biker brawl in central texas that left nine people dead if you'll remember. the video aired on cnn yesterday. it shows the may shootout inside a twin peaks restaurant involving rival gangs. waco police claim they didn't release this video. 177 people were arrested but so far, no charges have been filed. an arlington man charged in the murder of his estranged wife that happened in april is due in court today. officers arrested 47 year old david black after a special grand jury indicted him. he is charged with first degree murder in the death of 42 year old bonnie black . police found her body inside her home last april. officers were called by a neighbor who spotted the couples two young children wandering outside. deliberations continued to in fairfax county in the trial of charles severance, the man accused of killing three people over the course of 11 year, ron
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kirby, and ruth annapolis lodato. the jury asked for quite a bit more evidence and a few more materials so they can better make their decision. that will take them a lot of time. we will let you know as soon as a decision comes down. until then download our mobile app to keep up-to-date on all breaking news in the charles severance trial. delia? a man convicted of murder at a prince georges county hotel is expected to be sentenced today. deandre weans gunned down jessie chavez at the clarion hotel in october 2013. weans is facing up to life plus 60 years in prison for the crime. two other men who with with him the night of the crime are also charged. they will go on trial next march. the u.s. senate pulled an all nighter with very few breaks and just before 3:00 this morning they've passed a two year deal on both the federal budget and the debt ceiling. the agreement would raise the
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government debt ceiling until march 2017 removing the threat of an unprecedented national default next week. now the deal goes to the president for his expected signature. the exorcist stairs finally become a landmark with a ceremony tonight and because you asked, here we go. maybe i'll make the 30 seconds i don't know. >> wow. >> [applause] >> she's moving. >> great effort from delia. >> 30, we'll see hold on. >> okay. >> here we go. >> you've got this. >> all right. >> [applause] >> nice job, delia. >> go delia. >> all right, catch your breath. much appreciated meanwhile we'll talk about the world series shifting to new york
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tonight. howard bernstein is watching this for a critical game three, the kansas city royals up 2-0 on the mets but now the mets do have home field advantage. ironically howard quick to point out the last time the mets won the world series in 1986 they loss lost the two first games to boston. >> so there's a chance. >> until there isn't there's a chance. >> [laughter] meanwhile, the third straight world gymnastics title so her status is the overwhelming favorite now, atop the podium in brazil for the 2016 summer olympics. >> i believe she an lsu tiger. temps around 60 and chilly for high school football games tomorrow 59 cloudy and cool and dry and then time change weekend don't forget the batteries on your smoke detectors chance of a shower sunday into monday but look how nice and warm next week in the 70s larry? >> certainly stop and go as you travel south bound on i270 from fredrick toward the capitol beltway. once you get closer to the west montgomery avenue you'll see that volume sky 9 over that scene for awhile showing us the
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growing volume. the good news is that there is relief but you've got to get past what was the accident site and past those residual delays to get to your destination on time. cbs this morning is next with an in depth look at americas heroin epidemic. it's cheap, easy to get and people who use it may surprise you. and are americans testing limits of the tesla auto pilot feature in risky ways? there's a pretty good reason don't throw away that boarding pass when you travel this holiday season don't miss the weekend morning news tomorrow at 7:00
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