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the weather, a cold front this afternoon. showers. but the winds are picking up and the colder air is on the way. showers off to the east and off to the west right now. zoom in. you see it is effecting the northern neck and eastern shore. when you look here there are a couple showers towards charles and prince george. eastern part of the district.
it is snowing at snow shoe in west virginia. not sticking but the first sign of the-cold air of the season moving in. temperatures in pittsburgh, charleston 48. we are 60 at national but many temperatures now in the upper 50s. with winds gusting over 30 miles per hour. the winds they will gust tomorrow 30 to 40 miles per hour at time. date planning for saturday. start the day in the sustained winds 25 miles per hour. gusting 30 to 40. tracking metro's plans to cut late night service. more riders are coming to us to try stop it. >> reporter: metro wants to cut trains after midnight permanently. we heard about the impact on late night workers and partyers
>> reporter: when wheels are your only way to get around, her wheelchair won't fit in an uber. metro plans to slash late night comes with worry. >> restricts my life. my life is restricted by my disability. >> reporter: the general manager said crews need more times for fixes. >> i don't know if i could quantify it. i know they have to be saved. >> reporter: she needs metro to get home from her synagogue. sometimes weekend services go late. >> i would like to have next year service on one weekend night. >> reporter: four plans are on the table. the decision up to the board. metro is not done taking
a decision is due by the end oof the year. -- end of the year. wusa 9 news. the white house is calling it malicious activity. massive cyber attacks that knocked out several leading websites across the country. especially along the east coast. tonight law enforcement agencies are investigating. >> the attacks began this morning as websites from twitter lead to a crawl or -- slowed to a crawl or stopped. another attack noon eastern time. even effecting the fbi. this one focused on dine incorporated. a switch board for major websites and more attacks continued throughout the day. >> this will get worse as it goes on. >> reporter: he says they are known as the denial of search
sending out dummy data and that blocks the target from doing its job and show you the websites. >> reporter: who is behind it? >> doesn't look like the kid in a basement. looks more sophisticated. >> reporter: she is a consultant for cbs news. one thing investigators will look at is whether another nation is behind it. maybe russia. >> sending us a message we should be engaging in this activity with them because they are very capable. >> reporter: the dmv wasn't able to take credit card payments. donald trump is back in virginia tomorrow for a rally. he is far behind here and that has some republicans saying why
>> reporter: trump campaign tells nee expect donald trump to focus tomorrow on the military and rallying the republican base. they will need big numbers to balance out northern virginia where trump is weak and hurting his fellow republicans. -- weaker and hurting his fellow republicans. >> reporter: when they faced off earlier this month a third presence hung over the stage. >> this is a way sh with donald trump. >> reporter: she is trying to yoke them together in the hopes of taking a seat in congress that democrats haven't won since the carter administration. wednesday the democratic party chair woman explaining the math. >> 2/3 of the voters find donald trump too toxic. >> reporter: he says trump's moments hurt candidates more
>> the rallies are a great thing to have. they are an important part but a small part. he haven't developed a ground operation, a get out the vote plan that would allow him to be a help. >> reporter: he sees virginia as a lost cause for trump and advised republicans to keep their distance from the nominee. >> running your own race. concentrate on your own voters and making it about not about personality. >> reporter: the trump campaign expects polls to tighten in the next few weeks. they point out they both also trailed badly at this point in their campaigns for governor and senator and both narrowed their margins to a few points in the last few days but both republicans lost the races. garrett haake, wusa 9 news. >> thank you. early voting gets underway in d.c. tomorrow.
saturday between 8:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. through sunday november 4. early voting expands to sites in all 8 wards starting next friday. one notable item on the ballot, a referendum the mayor plans to petition congress and the next president to turn the district into the next 51 state. everything you need to know to vote is download it right now. as iraqi forces surround isis forces in mosul isis militants staged an attack on a city exexplosions and gin battles rocked the city all day long. 13 were killed when militants stormed a power plant and blew
forces away from mosul. we learned that both third grade teachers at concord elementary school have been on administrative leave since september 19. both of them. a spokesperson says they are investigating allegations against both teachers but didn't give us anymore details. parents say their son isn't getting much of an right now. also a husband and wife making their first court appearance since being charged in the death of their three- month-old son. he is charged with first degree murder. she is charged with accessory after the fact. her bond is $120,000. he punched the little boy to get him to stop crying and then
buried the body behind a high school. police arrested a man over an incident that nearly killed his daughter. the 38-year-old is facing charges of child neglect and reckless endangerment. she was able to get her hands on pcp that was inside the home. she stopped breathing. a neighbor and first responders were able deputies arrested a woman for trying to poison her former co-workers. the 32-year-old is accused of pouring a cleaning agent into an office coffee maker. several employees got sick. she is held without bond. tonight dc delegate will appear for the first time on
colbert." she made several appearances on comedy central. he will appear next to joy bryant who will portray him as a young lawyer in good girls revolt. a class ring lost in virginia, the owner a marine stationed in africa. what are the odds of being reunited? up next the man who made it happen. and alex ovechkin hitting the ice today with new and younger teammates. how he is feel nothing spired this friday and how about this?
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. this story has everything. burglaries, crime scenes, cops and a thankful u.s. marine. about a reunion that started in oklahoma, went through fairfax county and into africa. live in the news room piecing it together for us. >> reporter: if thought for one man taking the extra time to go the extra mile this would have never happened. >> reporter: he never expected to see it ring was stolen with cash from his home in 2014. >> we got robbed. the money was never found. after a day or so my class ring from high school was missing. the date of 1987 when i graduated 29 years ago. >> reporter: that is him on skype with police. he is in the united states marines in africa. they after two years reunited him with his ring.
how would anybody trace it back to me i have no idea. >> reporter: police found it at another burglary. took it into evidence. the ring caught his eye. >> i looked at the inside of the ring and there were three initials. >> reporter: chances were slim but he called the school. got a name and tracked down his parents. >> my parents called me and said oklahoma, 1500 miles from fairfax county, called and somehow linked me to it. >> like anybody that finds something like this and is able to reunite it, it makes you feel good. it does. >> i am glad to have it back. >> reporter: there are about 300 pieces of evidence that
so to reunite this ring with this man a long shot. >> thank you. well, howard university canceled tomorrow's home coming parade because of concerns about the weather. concerns you will hear about in a minute merchandise all the other events are on, though. they will take on the north carolina at&t aggies tomorrow. the show performance. we will be celebrating the 25th annual make a difference day tomorrow. a national day of service when anyone and everyone can help impact their community. there will be 200 of us tomorrow putting together bicycles, stuffing teddy bears
boys and girls club. share what you will be doing tomorrow. we will be here -- [ talking at the same time ] >> in jackets and sweaters and genes, courtroom sure because it will be chilly in the -- jeans and sweaters, because it will be chilly in the morning. >> yeah. check this time lapse video out. here comes the rain only lasts 30 minutes. we picked up a quarter inch of rain out of this. we still need rain. this is a good, quick moving down pour and then the back edge came through. we had sun in spots. people had sun by the end of the day and this is a tough forecast today. the front came through and then
had end. temperature forecast, 76. as it was we got to 79. it was close but it was three degrees. that is within the three degree guarantee. tonight all the rain off to the east, del mar. southern maryland. rain and sincerely yours, in the higher elevations, across west virginia. you could see a couple wet makes. right now tracking e activity down towards st. mary's. this is lifted off to the north. eastern shore could have a wet night. light showers gone towards prince george county and the beltway, the district here. across route 50. columbia. we will have to watch that. for most of us isolated showers. the other story, the temperatures starting to drop.
you could see flakes starting to mix in at the highest elevations. lots of 50s now with the winds gusting between 20 and 30 miles per hour. it is dry. good visibility. 60, winds at 14. giving us a chill in the air. we will into watch this storm system over night. squeeze out a few showers here and there. most of it to the east. towards 6:00 a.m. clouds and isolated showers. that is all we will see. this will pull away. mountains a couple rain and sincerely yours, with sun as the day wears on. a chilly day. upper 50s to low 60s. and then sunday, i think we will see still a breeze around but sunshine. the gusts 40 miles per hour.
wind out of the northwest 15 to 25. tomorrow morning 40s and 50s. outside chance of a shower. we start partly cloudy skies and portly to mostly sunny in the afternoon. highs 56 to 61. it will be a windy day. we have the terps at night. home football games. tailgating. 67 on sunday. 68 breezy again. a cool down by tuesday and i think the best chance of showers is next friday with highs in the mid-60s. >> chilly. [ talking at the same time ] >> speaking of tailgating -- [ talking at the same time ] >> send your picture in on
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northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett:
afety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. now wusa 9 game on sports. >> got to love the rivaly games. west field the defending sa 14 centreville. game on varsity on a friday night. and the student section was rocking in this one. west field dog pound in a blackout. the action scoreless in the first. he fights for all the yardage he can get after picking off the quarterback. that led to the first score of
west field shuts out their rival 35-0. homecoming at jeb stuart. trying to keep spirits up as the raiders fall by 43 in the third. mays like this that frustrate them all night. the quarterback finding garcia. you can see the yellow flag. trying to keep it alive but it would be called back of course for blocking. next drive, the o-line could not keep the quarterback upright. panthers with three sacks in a row. they roll to an easy victory. >> got a tough team in our next opponent. sometimes people -- [ indiscernible ] this is a good football team.
back. we got to keep going. [ indiscernible ] >> great feeling for all of us. >> nothing like winning. redskins in detroit on sunday. datson placed on the injured reserve list. only played in two games this season and he could be done for the >> speaking of the year, the nba pre-season finale for the wizards. 7 guys scored in double figures. wiz win 119-82. games count for real next thursday in atlanta. >> alex ovechkin was doing great stuff with young hockey players on the ice and in life.
players from the american special hockey association. showing them the ropes of hockey hockey. >> very important for our community to help the kids. people who need the help. again, organization do unbelievable job to raise the money. you know, help those organizations. >> their faces they love it. it is not an obligation for him. he loves doing this. >> one of the best in the game giving back. good to see. [ talking at the same time ] >> my son used to volunteer, they do great work for
kennedy center. this sets up a dilemma for bill murray who been to all the cubs playoff games. if the cubs lose tomorrow they go to a game 7. and they have it at the same time. >> it is going 7. >> yeah. [ talking at the same time ] >> yeah; of course. bill murray has this dilemma. >> we have a dilemma. windy and brisk around 60. sunday breezy upper 60s and a cool down by tuesday. >> all right.