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weather alert day meteorologist howard bernstein is tracking what is coming our way. >> this is unusual in the sense that our average highs are in the low 60s and many areas are in the low 70s. we have a few showers ahead of this front. this is what we are tracking, well to the north and west of washington. a few of these goods week through in the next -- of view of these over the next few hours. this is right through frederick toward westminster. in carolyn frederick counties -- frederick county and down toward jefferson is where we are seeing the bulk of the showers
going into western maryland as well. this is not going to be an all day or all afternoon rain. we will have a couple of storms over the next couple of hours. up to 81 in manasses, dulles is 78 and reagan national is 73. the cooler waters of the potomac are keeping them down a little bit. a little bit cooler in annapolis. 60s in pittsburgh, 50s in cleveland. the cooler weather starts arriving later tonight and into the weekend. check out our radar on the wusa 9 app so you exactly where the showers are when i can't be here to tell you. we will have the 7 day in a few. it's the 0-1. this is going to be a tough play. the cubs have won the world series! [ cheering and applause ] he makes the play and it's over and the cubs have finally won
>> after more than a century long drought, not even a rain delay could get in their way to go today the chicago cubs and their fans are celebrating a world series victory. revelers filled the streets well into the morning, maybe -- many of them staying up to welcome home the team. dean reynolds is in chicago where the city is now planning a huge party. many have been waiting a lifetime to attend this. >> across chicago >> reporter: it was a once-in-a- lifetime celebration. >> [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: some games you watch. a few you remember, but only one can be emblazoned on your soul. >> [ cheering and applause ] [ chanting ] >> reporter: for cub fans, this was such a game.
fan. this makes it all worth it. >> the longest drought in the history of american sports is over and the celebration begins! [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: lifelong faithful cheered from their living rooms, favorite bars, or near a street corner, to exult in the victory of the lovable losers and shed be superstition that surrounded this franchise for decades. >> [ chanting ] [ clapping ] >> reporter: the reality of the cubs victory is still sinking in around here. the city of chicago plans a big parade for the team in the next couple of days and president obama, a noted white sox fan has invited the cubs to a visit at the white house. dean reynolds cbs news chicago. >> and the cubs win is what everybody is talking about on social media.
baseball's greatest games ever. hashtag the cubs win. after this grueling presidential election, the cubs world series win was just what america needed. you are so right. what did you think about last night spectacular world series when? go to any of our social media pages and join in on the conversation. shut down again, the neonatal intensive care nugent -- unit at prince george's hospital is temporarily closed after bacterial outbreak in its water supply. it had just reopen last month after being shut down for the same reason in august. the hospital is trying to figure out the cause of this. >> the hospital says it is working closely with public health and inspection experts to figure out the source here. county officials are part of
scary discovery of a bacteria which can be deadly for babies. the bacteria was found in the water supply. five infants had been transferred to children's hospital in washington dc after two tested positive for the bacteria. you may recall that in august the hospital flushed the water supply and installed a bacteria capturing filter throughout the civility -- the facility. now the focus is on how this happened again. parents and patientsus >> i think it's ridiculous what they are doing to the nicu and those babies here and they should've never been opened back up again. >> reporter: the nicu was shut down for almost 2 month before reopening in october. report during -- reporting from this george's hospital, channel 9. police are looking for a man who fatally shot a man in
occurred about 9:30 last night. the victim died at the hospital. police are offering a reward for information leading to his killer. it was a big night for dc police. they spent hours on multiple crime scenes just blocks away. hillary lane spoke with some of the neighbors who are fed up with the violence. were >> reporter: the violent night began here right here on the 1900 block of 16th street when a man was found neighbors finding of the news this morning, and man was shot in the head. he was lying here in this alleyway on 16th street southeast. he was pronounced dead at a little after midnight. this is the second homicide here in 2 months. at the end of the summer, talk of people were shot on the block in broad daylight. 17-year-old kevin anthony jackson was killed. >> it makes you feel unsafe. report to another report of violence just 2 miles away on the 3600 block of brothers place southeast. woman called police and said
apartment. her bedroom window was shattered but she was not her. ron says knowing the bullet hit a building where his daughter lives is unsettling. >> it makes you feel funny in a way, knowing that my daughter is here. were >> reporter: in the same area, police are also looking at some reported property damage from a gunshot. on the 1300 block of lawrence wrote southeast, is the scene. you are asked to call the metropolitan police department in -- if you have any information. after these incidents, it will encourage police to step up patrols in the area. traffic is flowing again in the southbound lanes of i-95 near route 100 and elbridge howard county maryland is the location. this involved a tractor-trailer and 2 course. the truck driver was heading north when he crossed the median onto oncoming traffic striking the 2 course. two people hurt suffered only
tonight if you want to cast your ballot now. early voting ends in maryland and tomorrow in the district. presidential candidates are traveling across the country to shore up support today. the democratic nominee is in miami, she is heading toward a rally -- heading to a rally in north carolina later today. the crowds are here and still waiting for [ name indiscernible ] to show up and join him. florida is a key state for both candidates and voters are divided. north florida is predictably republican. south florida remains firmly democratic. that'll be that -- that will leave central florida up for grabs. donald trump will be in central florida later today. coming up, to be a fly on the wall when the owner of this has to explain to his insurance company how he wrecked it. to make this worse, he's also
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she's also charged with trying to kill her two-year-old daughter. it's a fight two years in the making in the takoma park area and neighbors are split over a proposed dog park. nearly 600 people signed a petition calling for the park. they had met with opposition. >> reporter: it all started with an idea as was walking his dog through this tacoma rec center. >> we realized there was so much space available at the tacoma recreation center and we started to wonder why there wasn't a dog park already here. report that started a journey that would turn into a two your battle, debate, frustration and opposition. in that time four sites had been proposed on the park and all of them have been met by neighbor complaints. earlier this month the most recent proposal for this plot of land right here was denied by the department of parks and recreation. the denial came amid complaints from longtime neighbors such as charles who
for the area. >> people don't want that here. we already have all of these events going on over here. plus the parking is going to be ridiculous. we can't even park in front of our houses as it is. >> reporter: he remains hopeful that the elusive search continues -- as the elusive search continues. the recent proposal was an eye because of his -- its close proximity to neighbors' front doors to their homes. staff members are expected to come and take a look today at some alternate sites including this plot of land right here which is just a stone's throw away from the last site but a little farther away from neighbors' homes. kevin kozlov, wusa 9. >> if it's approved it would be one of the only ones in network.
for miles. a new investigation is raising concerns about how airline pilots are being regulated in this country. our sister station in dallas found that nearly 80 airline pilots in texas have had criminal convictions over the last decade including dwis and assault charges. the faa relies on pilots to self-report such things but it doesn't always happen. experts say this isn't isolated to one state. any idea as to how dangerous this guys actually are in terms of the people flying them around. >> faa officials to conduct random drug and alcohol tests but some claim the system is flawed. this is what can happen when your car outperforms her driving skills. the owner of this $250,000 spider apparently lost control and crashed into several cars before hitting a utility pole. police suspect the driver was street racing with another car to stay night.
this car and his passenger luckily survived the crash but they are pretty banged up. charges are pending against the driver. damage assessments are coming in after an earthquake rattled parts of oklahoma. it comes just two months after the most powerful tremor ever recorded in the state. this latest one measured 4.5 and many are worrying about a new crack in a home in pawnee county. the porch has separate from the house. the nearby liquor store, the bottles stayed on the shelf this time. they were reinforced after septembers 5.8 tremor sent the inventory crashing to the floor. -- september's 5.8 tremor sent the inventory crashing to the floor. we need to learn from past experience. >> absolutely. i'm sure those people need a little libation after that
it was before everything was shaking and rumbling. we didn't get any of that. i know it's warm out. a lot of people have been asking about our winter forecast. i'm going to tell you, monday night at 11:00, tune in. >> you will be shocking us. >> topper will give his winter forecast monday night at 11:00. you can find out then. for us, we are looking outside now and seen quite a few clouds work it's been the same, low on the mold and moderate on the moderate on the mold spores. we have a few showers in mid- 70s. it looks like about 9:00 most of the showers will move away. we will have a yellow weather alert, a pale yellow, if you
showers edited moving to the south and east. they are not just disappearing. there's a line of showers that is almost into montgomery county. you can see westminster right through the heart of urbanna and tuscola -- it will be raining in the next 15 minutes probably. as you go west on 7 or down 340 all the way to front royal in strasburg, winchester looks like it's done with the showe f sometimes a reader has trouble picking up showers but i think we will see a few more showers in the afternoon and evening. it will be all afternoon but from time to time. 70 in cumberland, 81 in annapolis, annapolis coming in at 80 degrees even with that offshore breeze. the river is keeping reagan national a little bit cooler,
potomac. 73 at reagan national. the dewpoint is 60. we are watching this front which is going to be coming through as we head into her the afternoon and evening hours. it will be moving out of the south -- toward the south with a few showers in mid to late afternoon. there at 6: 30 you can see a scattering of showers. and we get to 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, this should cooler air will be move-in as we head into later tonight, friday and for the weekend. other than this rain chance, we are not going to have much in the way of rain. yellow weather alert but it's a little iffy, a few showers and maybe even a rumble of thunder, 77, low 50s tonight. tomorrow, much more like it should be, breezy 54, cool and dry and saturday, saturday morning a walk on the national mall, temperatures will be in the 40s and into the 50s. saturday morning 63, sunday 66,
nice day, highs well up into the 60s. here's a look at your morning and 50 seconds. >> [ cheering and applause ] >> there was a strong showing of srtuppo in the metro last night. >> [ cheering and applause ] [ chanting ] the race is getting tighter, especially in a couple of key battleground states. >> the latest quinnipiac poll says florida and north cali president obama was trying to campaign for her. >> hate to put a little bit of pressure on you but the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders. >> they've had their fair share of problems over the last two years. no service still this morning. their neighbors circulated a petition. they got 600 signatures. i am reporting live maka. no one has been able -- live. no one has been able to explain why infants were exposed to
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