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weather alert for tomorrow afternoon. why? for a few reasons. wet commute, a moderate risk of that. some of you will see the wet commute on the way home. fine on the way home. in wet practices, and moderate risk of those being wet as well. need an umbrella? moderate risk. wet after dinner? not so much. we will dry out quickly tomorrow as the cold front rolls through. future cast, again, 7:00 in the morning, and it's crazy warm. morning. going to 10:00, back in the 60s, and 66 in rockville, and by 1:00, we are already at 80 in fredericksburg, and showers on our doorstep, and we will come back and track the hours and even talk about the possibility of a thunderstorm tomorrow, and looking ahead to the weekend and election day weather. a local ne onatal intensive neighbor care unit has been
prince george's medical center. >> reporter: half a dozen infants have been evacuated from the prix george's hospital center after two tested positive for pseudonomis. they just reopened after a similar incident. they were closed for 2 months. when they reopened, doctors assured the public it was safe. >> reporter: thrust there one hospital to another. it has been canadian an all far realm to the children's hospital in dc after potentially deadly bacteria was found in the prince george's nicu water supply again, the second time in 3 months. >> reporter: are you concerned? >> yes, but i'm taking them to children's hospital right now. >> reporter: why are you doing? >> they don't trust nothing. >> reporter: this woman's granddaughter was in the prince george's nicu. she said despite her granddaughter not being
after the first time? >> they would clean it up. >> me personally, i call it killer county. i think it's ridiculous what they are doing to the nicu and the babies here it should have never been opened up back again. >> reporter: denise manning is so angry, she did not want to go on camera. after the infants were exposed in august, doctors said the hospital flushed the water supply and installed bacteria- facility, and this is the hospital's ceo neil moore ensuring the safely opening nicu. >> we are working very closely with the team of experts to ensure that the nicu is completely safe before we return to a full operation. >> reporter: today after the latest case, the hospital issued a statement once again saying they will be "relentless
however possible." >> they don't care. if they cared, they would have never opened the nicu back up until they were 100% sure everything was out of there. >> he's are infants, brand new infants. >> innocent children! innocent, innocent children! >> reporter: we are told that the bacteria is not harmful to healthy adults but potentially dangerous and deadly to infants, especially vulnerable premature infants, and the hospital is working with public hospital, and county and state officials are also now part of the investigation. live in prince george's county, i'm mola lenghi, wusa 9. controversy continues to swirl around metro after an officer was placed on administrative leave for allegedly assaulting two men. >> john henry spoke to another dc woman who said she is not happy at all with the decision.
assaulted her daughter over the summer? >> reporter: she said it was at the metro station 5 months before the incident we first told you about yesterday involving vihn and two women at the dupont circle station. the woman believes the punishment so far is simply not enough. >> i think he needs to be fired. >> reporter: that's what carlitta blocker believes should happen to metro transit officer andy vihn. you can see had her 18-year-old daughter, lashae haggins. he had ordered haggins and another one of her daughters to stop eating on the train, and then he tried to force them out of the station all together. we are told haggins questioned why she had to leave, and that's when the assault occurred. >> you could have killed her doing what you did to her. >> reporter: but blocker says the video only shows so much, and she said vihn also grabbed her daughter by the neck.
mean you, as an officer, abuse your authority. >> reporter: he has been accused of assaulting three other women while at work. in light of the claims, many people have taken to twitter to pressure metro to fire the officer out right. >> he should not have been able to sit on the job and constantly do this and do this. >> reporter: blocker said she communicated with metro since the incident with her daughter. the deputy police chief even sent her the metro was unable to substantiate any amount of force was used. she said the letter claims she filed the complaint on june 28th, but at that point she says she had not. now blockier's daughter was initially charged in the incident, but the chargers were later dropped, and she did not want to speak to us on camera. we reached out to the officer's attorney, but he said he will not comment on the case until at least friday. metro also said the investigation is still open,
provide any new statements. >> more to come on this one, john, thank you. the father of a preschooler who brought a loaded gun to school is behind bars right now, facing a court hearing tomorrow: 31-year-old anthony childs of southeast dc is facing gun and child endangerment charges. a security guard at molton elementary school found an unlicensed semiautomatic pistol in the book bag that childs' son was carrying. 150 people remember a popular teenager gunned down in prince george's county over the weekend. >> brian davis was one of six people shot outside of a halloween party early sunday morning. his friends and family say the 18-year-old who was set to graduate from roosevelt senior high in the spring had the world at his feet, and they lit candles, sang, prayed, and many of them cried. at the end of it all, tender warrior association renamed their mentoring program after
and it's very hard to see brian not here. i'm going to miss him, really miss him. no one wants to get a call at 3:00 in the morning or 3:30 in the morning and hear that type of news because it's a long lasting effect, and it rocked our family to the core. >> detectives also attended the vigil and handed out flyers, offering a reward for information leading to an arrest. a 14-year-old was also killed at someone else in that case. montgomery county police are investigating trouble aboard a school bus. listen to this. they said an 11-year-old girl released a blast of pepper spray inside of the bus this afternoon as it sat out of watkins middle school. 15 students had to go to the the hospital as a precaution. trouble on the tracks in rockville. the montgomery county fire
tracks between randolph road and nickelson lane. it caused delays for about 600 passengers on a m.a.r.c. train. tonight we can put names and faces to the list of bus drivers and passengers dilled in the horrible crash in bath lore. six people died yesterday when a school bus collided with a public transit bus. both drivers were killed. 33-year-old ebanesa el baker bus, 67-year-old glen chapel, a former truck driver who raised four kids. and among the passengers, 51 cheri denise yrobor. she was active in her church and promoting baltimore as a great place to live. >> you hear someone like that, such a great presence in the city, and to lose that, it is a loss for the whole city. >> baltimore police said they are still working to recover
help them in explaining what happened. >> tonight charges are pending against a suspect in the ambush murders of two police officers in des moines, iowa. in two separate attacks overnight, officers anthony beminio and justin martin were both gunned down sitting in their patrol cars, and investigators said 46-year-old scott green flagged down a department of natural resources worker hours later and asked them to call 911. the road waiting for them. the fbi launched a civil rights investigation into a fire that caused major damage to a african american church in greenville, mississippi. the fire at hope well missionary baptist church was deliberately set, and the church was spray painted with the phrase vote trump. the pastor says the red brick wall still stands but the pulpit and the pews are gone. >> our hearts are broken, but
hearts are broken and we are saddened by what happened, but we do know that all things work together for the good, for them that love the lord who are called upon for the purpose. >> the pastor says the community is rallying around the church, and she vows to rebuild. a hillary clinton hater, hacked into an electronic road sign in prince william county and plugged in new messages, and one read crooked hillary is followed by a word we will not say on the air. another commuter lot in lake ridge on a county sign that encourages people to vote. police are investigating, and the county has placed locks on the key boards of all those signs. you may not know much about some other candidates, but you have definitely seen their ads. >> one of the most contentious and most expensive ads in the
river. garrett haake spoke to the democratic candidate in the race today. garrett? >> reporter: lesli, 95% of the time incumbents in congress win their reelection reraces, but lewann bennett believes she can can buck the trend with the changing demographics and donald trump app donald trump. >> northern virginia on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. >> reporter: watching this voter could be forgiven for wondering who she is trying to defeat. a t their debates, bennett has linked the two republicans together at the hip. >> it's very clear when you line up the issues whether it be women's health, equal pay for equal work, comprehensive immigration reform, common sense gun safety, their
the same. >> reporter: comstock denounced some of donald trump's most inflammatory comments but mostly tried to avoid talking about him at all. a tight rope walk. >> if they disown donald trump, they alienate some of their republican party base that is supporting them, and if they don't disown him, they have to own all the baggage that goes along with that. it's a lose-lose. >> reporter: it is helped the changing demographic, less rural and more populated by the year. >> this district is not the same district that frank wolf held for 32 years. >> reporter: bennett said she breaks with her party's nominee on trade. she is supportive of t.p.p., one of several issues she is hoping to work with republicans. >> i'm going to congress to work with the other party. we need a strong two-party system. >> reporter: meanwhile the
comstock and doing everything they can to stop bennett. paul ryan is helping her raise money, and the rnc is at work, turning out voters on her behalf, even split ticket voters voting clinton for president and comstock. so far barbara has not responded to our request for an cart. >> the person who bought the tea cart was actually lisa! >> really? >> we are one step closer to getting the mysterious treasure back to its rightful owner. tonight two women with a special connection finally meet. trying to get into the national museum of african american history and culture? a big announcement tonight could make it a little easier.
it's one of the hottest tickets in town, and now it will be a little easier to get within the next couple of weeks. the african american museum of history and culture will soon be offering same-day passes, but it's for weekdays only. for weekends you need the prepasses. the treasury bond bought in the 1970s. >> yesterday we introduced you to the daughter of the couple wh >> this is walter jr., and my younger brother we called buddy, and we all grew up and lived in the house. >> tonight we go back to silverbrings -- silversprings for the big review. here's ellison barber. >> reporter: they left because betty had alzheimer's. >> i notice she was repeating stuff. she would say something, and 30
again. i said i think she's getting dementia. i told my dad we need to get her tested, and my dad said i'm not going to do that. brenda tricked her mom into seeing a doctor. >> she was diagnosed with dementia. they put her on medication and everything. >> this is at my dad's birthday party. she just got so bad, he was having a hard time with her. >> reporter: her dad decided he needed more permanent help, and they moved to south carolina to live with their oldest march 2014. >> reporter: but for as long as betty lived on the house on monroe street he constantly lived things. >> did you turn everything over as best as you could? >> my sister and sister-in-law, their job when they first did it, dissect the bedroom, looking over every nook and cranny.
under the rugs, under her drawers, her clothes, closets. >> it was cash! i don't know. >> reporter: the fact that lisa a total strangers found a stack of fully matured bonds under the tea cart that doesn't seem crazy. >> who looks at the bottom of a tea cart. >> reporter: the person who bought the tea cart, lisa. >> al >> reporter: lisa told brenda about everything, the auction, the search, and what she found. >> wow! i had no idea! >> reporter: and then she showed her. >> they start in 1976 -- >> there's my mom. >> is this your brother's? >> okay, i was thinking it was your dad. they have the same name, right? >> no, this is my younger brother, but yeah, that's my younger brother's name. >> that's the brother that passed away? >> yeah. >> he was 35. >> my brother was murdered in west virginia.
both lisa and i made the assumption we saw a man and woman's name and the same address, and we thought they were married but it turns out they weren't. her brother's name was on the bond. tomorrow we will tell you more about him and how he died. >> great story. i'm liking where this is going. >> each day we getting a little bit more. >> it was constantly surprising us. hopefully it does the same for you. no surprises in the forecast, right? it's as advertised? >> it is. >> >> maybe a record high tomorrow. we will see. first things first a lot of e- mails and facebook questions, when are you going to do the winter outlook? you have heard of sticker shock, what about topper shock? we will do it on monday at 11:00. we will talk about the first snowfall and how much will fall. the good news here, going for a high of 77, and it was 78 at dulles, and only 73 at national
and that means autism speaks gets $100. that's a good deal. i should go with 92 tomorrow. winds out of the south, southwest at 3. we are tracking showers, and a few thunderstorms out to the west, and this is the cold front, and we will go through this tomorrow. not everyone will see a shower. it's not a crazy yellow weather alert day, and the nuisance showers for practices and that sort of thing, some folks with a wet commute on the way home. partly cloudy skies with the temperatures remaining in the 60s downtown, and that's crazy warm. ca temperatures, 54 to 68. that's it. yellow weather alert tomorrow, and wet commute home for some. the critical hours of 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and then behind the front, breezy and cooler, and lows in the 40s, and that's actually average, and that's not a bad weekend at all. 6:00in the morning, and still 60 downtown, and still 61 in haggerstown, and by 9:00, we are in the 60s.
upper 70s, and day planner, 60sto start, 70 by 11:00, and clouds increasing, and it's 78 by 1:00, and behind the system, breezy and cooler on friday, and still nice. 62 and sunshine on saturday, and that's seasonal, extra hour of sleep, and it's actually on a saturday, and that's good. nice for the ravens, and nice monday and what could be the nicest day next week, election day, and that's 68. >> no excuses. no excuses. a great midwestern city could e >> this is it. it's the culmination of 7 months of games. the winner-take-all game of the world series. the wizards are
jones taking in the wizards but not the world series. huge night for john wall, intercepting the pass, pulling the wizards within 2. less than a minute later, wall picks lowry's pass, and it goes coast- to-coast again for the layup. 33 points for walls, and we are all tied up, but yet the wizards lose their third straight and have yet to win th we are the only ones who can pull us out of the 0-3 start, and no one else can do it for us. the moment we drift apart, everything breaks down, and that's when there's attitudes and everyone drifts away. >> and this sunday, right here on wusa 9, one of the fiercest rivalries in the nfl, it's ravens' steelers' week, and it's a battle the for first place in the afc north. they get their key starters
roethlisberger will play. he's a game time decision, but t. sizzle is not buying that. >> i just told them, i saw this movie before, and he's acting like i'm not playing, i don't know. i did individual bits. i don't know. then he will walk -- out there, and how are you doing benjamin? you know what i'm saying and then it's on. winner-take-all with game 7 of the world series. dexter fowler with a homer, and the cubs looking for their first title since 1908 and the indians 1948. a big homer from davis tieing it up in the top of the 9th, and finally tonight, what many of us were hoping for, rick wild thing vaughn has made an appearance finally. charlie sheen going as his
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>> the late show was taped earlier so we don't know who won the world series. for that reason we have two messages. is there congratulations, cleveland. you played great ball. your city should be proud. this is the kind of your mascot. i also want to say congratulations to this goat. as you know in the owner cursed the chicago cubs because they kicked his goat out of gaiment. apparently the curse worked really well. goat, your power is undeniable, and we stand in awe of your black magic. all hail evil goat! wooo!