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with speeds from 50 to 500 megs. and right now, you'll get 50 meg fios internet, tv and phone for 79.99 a month online for your first year. and with a 2 year agreement, we'll give you all the premium movie channels for a year. plus, 400 dollars back. so go online or call now. get out of the past. get fios. we start with break news to let you know about right now. a shooting at a daycare center in fairfax county. good news tonight, the day care center was closed, and children were not involved in any of this. it was at the creative world learning center on the little river turnpike. we are told one man has a gun shot wound that is considered life threatening, and police are still out there right now looking for the suspect. no word yet on the victim's
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connection to the day care, if any. and now the wet weather. it's not going to get better. it's doing going to get worse. i'm lesli foster. >> and i'm adam alango. we are meeting with tom on what is moving in right now. >> reporter: i can't remember the last time we had three consecutive yellow weather alerts. there's some showers, not picking up all the drizzle across the metro area. along i-81, we will zoom in a bit, and the showers are heavier were winchester and cross junction. the showers are headed right through leesburg, and also talking about visibility, it's serious. eighth of a mile visibility here, and that's all. you can get up early before the
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sun comes up and it's daylight, remember low beams with the fog. here's the futurecast, 6:00 in the morning, the heaviest activity to the north and west of us. fredericksburg, and the yellow is actually heavy rain. we will come back to check that out through the rest of the day. we will talk about a change through the week's end. two officers involved in the death of a 74-year-old medstar hospital patient are now off the death. >> james mcbride died after scuffling with the officers. garrett haake broke the news tonight. >> reporter: the hospital had placed the two officers involved in the incident on administrative leave while they conducted their own investigation, and a
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spokesperson tells me while the investigation continues, the two officers no longer work here. >> reporter: jim mcbride only had on a hospital gown when he struggled with the two police officers outside of the hospital in late september. the officers took mcbride to the ground, and according to documents obtained by the washington post, broke his neck. the pd is still investigating, butt hospital moved independently. the two officers are no longer on the special 56-person force here. the hospital spokesperson declined to go into detail about the "personnel matter." across town tonight, a vigil put on by the friends and family of alonso smith hope to keep his death while in the custody of special officers at the marlboro apartments in the headlines. >> as long as i have breath in my body, i will never give up for justice for my son. >> reporter: one night in early
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november. the 27-year-old special needs teacher was found handcuffed and unconscious, in the custody of the building's special officers. there's no word if smith had anything to do with the assault in the build. efforts to save him failed. >> the only thing i know now, the u.s. attorney's office has my son's case. officers involved in my son's killing as of last week, they have been suspended and their powers have been revoked. >> it looks like a coverup. >> reporter: the npd continue to investigate the smith case, and the medical examiner's office is determining the cause and manner of his death, and his family will continue to hold vigils and rallies in his honor including next saturday until they believe the full story has been told.
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reporting live, garrett haake, wusa 9. the officers have full police powers but only on the private company that hired them. they are not trained by the mpd, and they are not officially connected. to baltimore now where the opening statements are set to begin tomorrow in the first trial involving the death of freddie gray. gray died of a severe spinal cord injury last april after being placed in a police van. six officers are being tried, each separately. the first involves officer william porter, facing manslaughter, assault, misconduct, and wreckless endangerment. a week after release of the video showing a white chicago police officer shooting a black teenager 16 times, the mayor has dismissed the police superintendant, gary mccarthy, but it may not be enough. activists are demanding
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emanuel resign as well as the district attorney. the public wants to review what is recorded by the body cameras held by officers in a public space. there's some exceptions like domestic violence and sexual assault cases. the council will vote on the bill december 15th. a federal judge has rejected the effort to have a 40-foot cross-shaped war memorial removed. it's known as the peace cross, and it stands at route 450 and route 1. the american humanist association wanted it removed or altered on the grounds if violates the 1st amendment ban on establishing a religion. the judge ruled the monument does not endorse a religion. to montgomery county tonight, a house is gone, but
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the family and 10 dogs are safe. a car engine in the garage caught on fire, and the flames spread to the house. no one was hurt, but you can see from the footage, the damage was extensive. the family and their ten dogs now have to spend the holidays some place else. a kensington man is sharing the story of his nightmare encounter with a stranger who knocked on the door. a woman police want to catch before she strikes again. the woman asked to use the 74- year-old's bathroom. he said no, and she shoved her way inside, tied him up, threatened to kill him and stole his credit card. >> he turned from this not sweet, but mild mannered person outside of the door into a raging maniac. she held these scissors up to me and said i will stab you in a second. >> the woman and her two
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accomplices used the man's credit cards in several stores, and they withdrew cash at an atm. montgomery county police want to hear from you if you know any of the faces. major trouble today at dc high school. a student showed a gun to several classmates as he carried it around in his backpack. security officers pulled the student and the weapon during a senior level math class, and according to our partners at the washington post a fight broke out 40 minutes later outside of the school, and police arrests two juveniled, and one had a knife. it's not sure if the cases are connected. the body of george peter ross korzanuski was found today. there's no evidence of foul
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play, but his cause of death is under investigation. new details on the war against isis. there's new developments as we follow that story. tonight we learned a new expeditionary force will be stationed in iraq. their mission is to step up the fight against terrorism. >> repojrter: about 200 special operations forces will be based in the northern city where they will launch raids. the defense secretary ash carter revealed what he calls plans for a targeted force. >> it takes advantage of what we are good at, and it puts everyone on notice in syria. you don't know at night is coming in the window. >> reporter: until now the american commando raids against isis have been few and far between. both times, the commandos were brought in for the raids and sent home when they were completed. by basing them inside of iraq,
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carter is hoping to capture the isis leaders for interrogation and seizing the information on their laptops and cell phones. >> our hopes is that the operations the force will conduct will provide operations to make our intelligence much more effective. >> it also brings increased risk of american casualties. the one american to die in combat since the war against isis began was killed just this past october. now to the race for president. republican front runner, donald trump will make a stop tomorrow at the prince william county fairgrounds. the do 5:00 p.m. we will be live streaming the event, and if you have not downloaded our free wusa app yet, here's your chance. you will get breaking news, live coverage, and important updates, exactly when you need them. >> the heeley football players recently won the game, and
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while they had every intention of going to florida for the championship this weekend, now they may not be able to. that's coming up. facebook's mark zuckerberg posts the ultimate status update, but he's the one giving out the amazing new baby gifts. what's up
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new tonight, peewee football players are in limbo as they scram to be come up with -- scramble to come up with 30 grand in just 3 days. >> they are supposed to play in the national championship game
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this weekend, but with no money to go, they will have to for. more from the field. >> reporter: these 50 football players recently won the regional title, and they qualify for the national championship in florida this week. they may not be able to get there, but that is not stopping them from playing hard. >> reporter: arthur plays for the team, and they won the national championship last year. >> the feeling was great. >> reporter: on the field they are nearly undefeated and just qualified for the national championship game again, but they have a huge feat to overcome, and the timing could not be worse. >> almost as soon as the regional the were over, and my mood kind of changed. >> come on! >> reporter: they found out they have no money to go. the 50 players make up two teams, and both have a chance to become national champs again. >> they have to be there by
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friday. it's beyond crunch time. >> reporter: the coach says the team used to play on the department of park & rec's football league, and dpr played their way, but this year they joined a new league. >> this year we decided in order to better serve the young men was to get them into a league that can accommodate their schedule. >> reporter: now they cannot accommodate the cost, and the players are paying for it. >> we put in our work on the field and off the field, and it's a shame we don't have enough money to make it to go to florida. >> society is quick to beat the kids down when they are doing the wrong things, but where is the support when they do the right things. we have to make it work. >> reporter: it's nearly $30,000 for them to go and the players hard at work are asking for your help. >> we put in 110%, and we never give up. >> they deserve more, and they deserve better. >> reporter: with just 3 days
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left, the boys are not losing hope to find out how you can help them, go to wusa9.com. i'm eliana diaz. >> we wish them a lot of luck. the players have come up with nearly $2,000 on their own. the team is made up of kids ages 12-14 and all but two are on the school's honor roll. two big announcements from mark zuckerberg. >> first he and his wife said they will spend most of their lives donating their wealth, roughly $45 billion. it will go to causes like fighting disease, improving education, harnessing clean energy, reducing poverty, and promoting equal rights, and they will spend the rest of their lives loving and raising their new daughter, max. she was born just last week, and they posted this photo on facebook and twitter.
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this comment is funny from chris her who tweeted "great, now all zuckerberg is going to post is baby pictures." trevor tweeted "mark zuckerberg just forever changed philanthropy." >> this is the definition of social good, the man behind the social network doing social good. you have time to participate in giving tuesday. it's a 24-hour online campaign that encourages people to donate to charities and donate their time. it started in new york city, and it has grown into a worldwide effort. last year it raised an estimated $45 million with more than 15,000 nonprofit organizations getting involved, and this year more than 30,000 organizations signed up. today is also world aids day. the white house marked today
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with a giant world ribbon. white house day has been observed year since 1988 to remember those who died and support those living with h.i.v. and aids. an estimated 37 million people around the world have hiv. oprah winfrey has arrived down under. she's in melbourne, australia. she's starting a tour of the country, sharing her personal story and life insights with a series of shows billed as an evening with oprah. >> i think the telling of my story, even though my story is not like a lot of other people's stories, there's commonalities in the growth experience we all have that will be meaningful and funny and inspiring. >> winfrey will kick off the australian tour tomorrow, and be sure to stay up late tonight to catch her on the late show with it stephen colbert.
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i don't know if it's the deep sigh or the sulk that is giving away how the 3-degree -- not planned? no? not so good? not at all? >> not good. i have hope that a jet engine will fire up one more time and we will pull it out, but it's unlikely. we went for the high, i thought it was 52, but remember, some computers said 57 today. and some saying 49, but it was 48. it's been sitting on 48 for about 6 hours, and it just needs one more kick in the pants to get to 49. we will go to 59 tomorrow, and live look outside, and it's pea soup out there right now, and still 48. good times. winds out of the south at 5, and it looks like the fog will be with us all night into the morning hours, and that will add problems to your commute. in addition to rain and showers redeveloping. this is radar over the next hour. not a lot going on in the
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metro. the heaviest rain along i-81, haggerstown, down into winchester. you are going out past 50, and nothing really-just yet. the best chance for heavy activity will be tomorrow. another wet morning commute, but milder. bus stop temperatures, 46 to 56 and wet and miserable. heaviest rain, 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on wednesday. back to average temperatures around 50. 6:00 in the morning, 51. the heaviest activity, the yellow is moderate rain fall. by 9:00, moving across the entire metro area, up to 54 in dc, and it continues to rain right on through the lunch hour, and the good news, it will begin to clear out in time for the evening commute. okay, so, on the day planner as you may imagine, it's going to be rain and showers across the board. 58 by 1:00, cooler on thursday,
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but nice. 50, and 50 on friday. chilly and less wind. friday will feel better than thursday, even though it's the same temperature. the next 7 days, wow, the weekend and great. temperatures mid-50s on saturday. near 60 on saturday. upper 50s for monday, dry for the game, and maybe rain or showers on tuesday night. >> something to look forward to. thank you. there's something about rain and tarheel blue. >> you don't like either one of those! we have the phones out to check the store. maryland, close game, and maryland is struggling with the turnovers tonight, but heck of a game, and there's so much history, and even former head coach, gary williams made the trip to
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this is a story about doers, the artificial heart electric guitars and rockets to the moon.
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it's the story of america- land of the doers. doin' it. did it. done. doers built this country. the dams and the railroads. ♪john henry was a steel drivin' man♪ hmm, catchy. they built the golden gates and the empire states. and all this doin' takes energy -no matter who's doin'. there's all kinds of doin' up in here. or what they're doin'. what the heck's he doin? energy got us here. and it's our job to make sure there's enough to keep doers doin' the stuff doers do... to keep us all doin' what we do.
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well the maryland terrapins continue to build their new rivalries among their big 10 opponents, and it's hard to forget those they forged over the decades in the acc, and it's hard to imagine any of them would be as exciting.
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mentor and mentee on the court tonight. the pregame hugs and the north carolina tarheels get off to a hot start tonight. the tarheels are up by 6 at the break, and melo trembling for 3, and the foul, and he's good. maryland taking the 1-point lead, and unc proving to be too tough at home, and that's the triple to put carolina up by 9. 21 turnovers, and right now the terrapins lead with less than a minute to. to -- to go. and now the verizon center. a lot of d.s.r. as in devonte smith rivaro. 2nd half, more hoop and harm. smith rivaro with the high of 30 points. georgetown beats maryland 68-
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49. tony bennett and 22nd ranked virginia visiting ohio state. no problem. this is malcolm with the 3 buried to give them the 2-point lead in the 2nd after. the floater gets it to go. the game high was 22. virginia wins 64-58. up a level, the start of the nba season has within one of the worst from john wall, and he is missing shots and shooting less than 50%, but as an all star does, he finds a way out of the rut, and tonight we got one of his and the team's best performances. up in cleveland to take on the cavaliers, and wall turning defense into offense, getting the steal for the dunk, 8-0 wizards. the snow and ice spin move, and -- the snow, and the spin
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move, and he drives. the wizards actually never trailed in this game, and washington wins it 97-85, handing cleveland their first loss at home this season. needless to say, it's been a tough 24 hours for cleveland sports fans. before the wizards came to town, the browns lost in the most unimaginable way. their hopes of the season sweep of baltimore ending. this is the fan's video, and you can tell the browns' fans had enough. >> oh! >> the faces, the reaction, and this guy is not happy. >> oh! >> we had to take the audio out because of what they said. it was not very clean language, and this guy is so mad! >> french words. >> we just didn't want to share them tonight. i mean, the browns' fans, they mean business! >> yikes! and word is maryland lost tonight 89-81.
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great game, great
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one more day of the yucky stuff. >> it is, and then we will be in good shape for a lot of stuff. >> yellow alert tomorrow. heaviest rain 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. get ready for a nasty morning commute, and then look at the weekend. mid-50s on saturday, mid-60s for sunday. >> you're saying get through tomorrow? >> yes. >> we can do it! >> stay strong. >> that's it for us. thank you for you can't predict the market.
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