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good afternoon. thank you for joining us. it's one of the biggest shopping days of the year, black friday. thousands of people in the area shop throughout the night and early this morning to score some of the biggest deals. hillary lane spoke to some shoppers that say the sales are
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shop. shoppers woke up early and some didn't sleep at all in order to get some great black friday deals. >> i have to say my favorite was probably a michael coors, 50% off the entire store. >> you get an additional 20%. >> super shoes $80. great deal. >> reporter: deals galore of clarksburg premium outlet's. getting an early start in >> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: to score deals many shoppers stayed up all night. >> after the dinner we went to -- we were here at the -- midnight. >> reporter: and six hours later hilda was still going strong. thanks to her most important purchase. >> we drink a lot of coffee. >> reporter: for hilda it's her holiday tradition and the sweet deprivration. >> worth it i think. >> reporter: if you still want
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hours here are 10 p.m. tonight and tomorrow until 9:00 p.m. here's a look at the black friday blitz at tysons corner. thousands packed the mall around 7:00 this morning to cash in on those holiday bargains. mall officials say so far everything has been going smoothly. police are investigating a deadly shooting outside of a south jersey mall on black friday. it happened early this morning outside of the macy's departme landing. dozens of shell casings were scattered around a bullet riddled silver suv in the parking lot of the mall >> very scarry. you're starting off the holiday season and you're excited about the upcoming times and with family and now there's going to be a family who are missing people. >> the victim's brother was also shot but is expected to survive. police say they are working to
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what triggered the shooting. >> first lady michelle obama welcomed the white house what tree. donated by a tree farm in pennsylvania. and presented by the winners of the christmas tree association contest. the capitol christmas tree is still in the road but will be in dc soon. today the tree stops in blacksburg, virginia outside the lyric theatre. it will be here from -- there from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. you can stop by and sign the protective casing this. year's 80-foot spruce comes from idaho. expected to arrive in dc any day now. holiday shoppers could be dealing with showers this afternoon. as a cold front moves in for tonight. your first alert forecast coming up. melissa? >> there's a chance of a couple of showers but unfortunately not a good soaking rain which we need. good news for shoppers but for those of us that want a little rain in the backyard? you have to wait a little longer. clouds are persistent, thick,
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to a light south wind coming in temperatures this afternoon actually make it above average for this time of year. right now we've got a cloudy sky, 55 degrees. light winds from the south southwest and pretty uniform temperatures across the region. upper 40s in frederick but 55 manassas, leesburg, 54 waldorf and 55 andrews. the next front that arrives later tonight, not much shower activity in front of it. so we're going to see the cloud cover in front of this but ju this front is going to scour the clouds out as we look towards the weekend. it's going to be cooler for the weekend but we're going to have more sunshine coming in the picture. here's the day planner the rest of the day, again going to stay cloudy until we get to 5:00 p.m. then a chance of a light shower as we get towards 7:00 p.m. but it's going to be few and far between. most of us end up staying dry. there are chances in the next seven days for a good soaking rainfall. we're going to talk more about
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download our free wusa9 app. 7-day forecast and radar and current temperatures and conditions on it as well. president-elect donald trump's transition team is fighting over who should be named secretary of state. there are recalls in several states. >> reporter: at his resort president-elect donald trump stayed out of sight as he works to three top jobs are still open. secretary of defense, homeland security, and state. mitt romney is on the short list to head the state department but at least one member of trump's inner circle is questioning his loyalty. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. >> reporter: trump and romney attacked each other often during the campaign. >> the last election should have been won except romney choked like a dog! he choked. he went -- i can't breathe!
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adviser kelly anne conway hasn't forgotten the criticism either. she tweeted an article that some trump loyalists warn against romney. she went on to praise the loyalty of the former state department secretaries. >> third party candidate jill stein wants to reexamine some of the ovotes that helped mr. trump win the white house. through donations she raised more than $4.5 million to pay for recounts in three states. >> we need to change our voting guards so we're not requesting the question after the fact. >> reporter: today's the day for stein to file a recount in wisconsin where trump beat clinton by just over 27,000 votes. >> stein also wants votes recounted in michigan and pennsylvania. today a judge ruled the man accused of killing nine african- americans in a charleston, south carolina, church is competent to stand trial.
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to the murders that happened back in june of 2015. authorities say roof was trying to start a race war. he pled guilty in august, to avoid the death penalty but it was denied. a man dies from trauma to the upper body thanksgiving night in falls church and someone is in custody. it happened around 10:00 last night in the 5500 block of seminary road. they found a man who died from trauma some tough anti-tobacco legislation could soon become law in dc. the dc mayor plans to sign laws to increase the smoking age from 18 to 21. and regulate e-cigarettes by traditional ones. congress still has to approve the decision. the mother of the brady
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hospital from heart failure. the beloved actress entertained fans for more than six decades. more from dana jacobson. ? here's the story of a lovely lady? >> reporter: florence henderson best known as america's mom. >> alice, the washing machine has gone crazy! >> reporter: in the fall of 1969 she became carol brady, the stepmother and nearly flawless matriarch of "the brady bunch." >> >> reporter: that role was the crowning jewel of a more than 60-year career. >> florence henderson! mrs. brady! >> reporter: that spanned all aspects of show business. >> and rules are very important, bobby. they are made to protect people. >> reporter: she told correspondent sarah hughes on sunday morning in 2010 that the character may have been too perfect. >> a lot of women say i really hated you. because my kids wanted you to be their mother. >> reporter: the show was among the first to introduce an
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and reboots kept the bradies and henderson in the spotlight for multiple generations. >> i grew up in a very large poor family. >> 10 kids? >> 10. >> reporter: born in the small down of dale, indiana in 1934, her family was reminiscent of the one she led on tv. ? what a day this has been? >> reporter: her affinity for performance brought her to the american academy of dramatic arts in new york broadway. ? when the sky? >> reporter: starred in multiple leading roles. >> the lovely singing star, florence henderson. >> reporter: that launched a multifaceted career that never seemed to stop. >> what on earth? >> what is the one thing that i guess is the most different? about you? from carol brady? >> that's a very good question. first of all i've always
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that job was, to most of america, florence henderson
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california mom missing for more than three weeks found alive after an apparent abduction. she's now been reunited with her family. as michelle miller reports, police are captors trying to figure out who took her and why. >> she was bound with restraints. but was able to summon help from a passing motorist who then notified law enforcement. >> reporter: 34-year-old sherry papin iowas taken to a hospital to be treated for minor injuries and reunited with her husband after her alleged captors let her go thursday, about 100 miles from her home. >> we are looking for a dark-
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females. >> reporter: she also told police the two females were armed with a handgun. but so far no word on a possible motive or where she may have been held all this time. earlier this month her husband made an emotional appeal for her safe return after saying she went for a jog and never came home. he reported her missing when she didn't pick up their children from day care. >> bring her home. bring her home. bring her home sa volunteers spent weeks searching for papini, a six- figure reward supposedly offered to a negotiator. >> you lead us to sherry and we give you more cash than you can spend. >> reporter: police say the offer doesn't appear to be listened from the release. >> this investigation is far from over. it's only begun a new chapter in the investigation. >> reporter: michelle miller, cbs news, new york. >> officials say there is sensitive information they are not able to reveal just yet.
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public to come forward and provide information relevant to the investigation. with surprise? ? we have? ? and the twilight? aretha franklin sang e vikings/lions game yesterday but what is supposed to be a two-minute song lasted over four minutes. her performance has people talking today all over social media. matthew here wrote on twitter -- >> people are talking about how
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>> what did you think? log to our social media pages and join the conversation. also here's something to consider as you heat up the thanksgiving leftovers for lunch. not all dishes are created equal when it comes to safe seconds. for example, dieticians advise you not to safe leftover rice, one food where bacteria grows rapidly once it's cooled to room temperature. in this case it's heat resistant bacteria. so sticking it in the microwave won't kill it. another dish, potatoes, that were cooked in aaluminum foil. >> it's a bacteria breeding ground. you may not heat it sufficiently to kill the bacteria. >> plus foods with high moisture content like stuffing
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fridge. safer to cut it into smaller portions and get them into the fridge in two hours. we also have an update on the thanksgiving mix-up we told you about last week. first, here's backstory if you missed this. it's a great story. a grandmother in arizona accidentally invited a stranger to her thanksgiving dinner via text. thinking it was her grandchild but once 17-year-old jamal henson an selfies they knew it was a mix- up. she invited him anyway and yesterday they did. >> it was really touched my heart from all the people out there that had said the kindest things to me. i never expected this in a million years to happen to me. >> i loved just being here. i feel we can connect more and bond. >> both say they have a lot to be grateful for this year. including each other. >> that story is so fascinating
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her home. >> they got together and got along just fine. >> that's what it's all about, just giving and being kind to one another. love that story. >> being kind, a good lesson for this year. weatherwise -- a couple of showers. this weekend finally the sun will return. we had a little hint of sunshine in the afternoon yesterday but most of yesterday morning was gloomy to start thanvi get a good soaking rainfall? we have a rainfall deficit in a bulk of the area under a moderate drought level now. i do have some rain in the forecast that might give you a smile on your face if you really think that we need rainfall. cloudy now, look at the temperatures, pretty uniform across the region. 55, you can pick about anywhere. 55 including clinton in southern maryland, andrews as
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52 laurel. so light jacket a good idea this afternoon. clouds are going to be pretty stubborn. this is the next weather feature i'm tracking. that moves in here later tonight. that is going to spark off an isolated shower possibility but not much to talk about. look at the futurecast, clouds are there and there's little hints we might see a couple of little sprinkles moving in towards the late afternoon and early evening. looks like the best chance of these actually going to happen across the chesapeake, when the front moves through, for the weekend it picks up the winds but pushes the cloud cover out. so by 7: 00 a.m. tomorrow morning it's a little breezy but the sunshine is back in the picture to start off saturday and sunshine will roll into the afternoon hours as well. with that, we're also going to see colder air for the north and west. so there are going to be a couple of snow showers in the higher elevations of the mountains. day planner the rest of today, hanging on to mostly cloudy skies, it's going to be hard to shake the clouds out but we're
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that climb from the mid-50s into the upper 50s this afternoon. 6:00 p.m. still holding dry in dc but past 7:00, 8:00, could see a stray shower. the next couple days for the weekend, the rest of the holiday weekend, sunshine, now tomorrow will be a bit windy at times. winds will be gusting from the northwest about 20 to 25 miles per hour. but in to sunday, the winds back down a bit, it's cool and crisp but pretty nice. we have temperature that continue to go down weekend. then this big temperature uptick happens monday and tuesday. that is going to be ahead. next big weather system. this is worth talking about. why? because it could potentially give us good rainfall and we need the rain. you can see in the light tan it's a moderate drought over a good chunk of the area. we need rainfall. this is the next weather system that is going to do it for us. this is showing the model forecast of where we're requesting going to see the
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starting with monday morning. into tuesday rain showers on and off. another round of more rain moving in wednesday. it looks like, confidence is growing, that we could see many areas receiving over one inch. right now looks like a good one to one and-a-half inches for everybody over the course of two days. we'll keep monitoring that. still several days out but it's worth talking about because we're in a moderate drought. here's a look at the next seven days. 59 today. sunshine this weekend. 50 sunday. and we'll see showerings and nice little thunderstorm around the area next tuesday and
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after a devastating car
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ear, louisiana state university health and science center creating a medical milestone. another ear. a doctor took a mold. and used his rib cage and made a pocket on his inner forearm and placed the sculpted ear there a few months. as tissue and eventually skin and blood vessels grew around it the new ear was attached. >> i think it was awesome. at first -- like i say i done but they showed me different. >> and when i saw he's happy, that is the biggest, kind of the gift for me. and all of us i think. >> the surgical team plans to publish their accomplishments after the swelling and revisions are done. they hope people won't have to rely on prosthetics as doctors perfect this innovative therapy. a final look at the weekend
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tonight at 6:00 -- we're live in fairfax as shoppers hunt for deals while trying to move on from the election. we talked to a who survived a vicious bear attack. the next phase of metro is going to affect a lot of commuters, what you need to know before going back to work on monday. a final look at the weather. >> clouds are pretty stubborn today. a stray shower this evening but look at the sunshine returning this weekend. we're going to see temperatures both saturday and sunday hanging in the low to mid-50s. really looking forward to some much-needed rain possible the
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>> dylan: we believe adam newman, the prisoner, is being aided and abetted by his wife, chelsea. [ camera shutter clicks ] we now have a lead on the car she and her son used to flee genoa city. it's a gray sedan, wisconsin plate tah 7m2, last seen headed west on market street presumably headed out of the city limits. now, if you have seen this car, if yav its whereabouts, please contact the gcpd tip line -- the number's on the screen -- or our website. though the passengers aren't considered dangerous, it is urgent that they are found safely. >> chelsea: no. you are not turning yourself in. our new life, our new plans -- >> adam: compared to connor's health, none of that matters, babe. he needs to see a doctor. >> chelsea: okay, adam, you just need to just take a second and think about this. >> adam: his fever's not going away. you said it yourself.


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